2015 KTM 250 SX-F BUILD: PROJECT BIKE SPOTLIGHT

The 2015 KTM 250 SX-F Project bike was done for comfort and versatility. We wanted to make a good bike just a little bit better and with a few upgrades it really helped. The added parts also made this bike stand out even more at the track. Check out what we did below.

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Tusk Impact KTM wheelsets are made with 7050 T-6 rims anodized black; forged, 6061, CNC-machined hubs anodized orange; and 304 stainless steel spokes.

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AHM re-valved and re-sprung our KTM 250SX-F, giving it more resistance to bottoming without making it too 
harsh during small accelerations and braking bumps.



The IMS Bigfoot pegs provide a stable, 57mm-wide platform with a powdercoated and polished finish for some added bling.

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The Rekluse 3.0 is the newest generation of auto clutches available to the public, featuring patented EXP
technology with loads of adjustment for rider preference.

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P3’s new bi-color carbon composite skid plates are a combination of P3’s proven composite and a new high-tech orange carbon fiber weave.

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ARC Racing has just released these adjust-on-the-fly-with-no-tools-required folding-lever assemblies. They are only available for 2014 and 2015 KTMs right now, but that could change soon.

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The Antigravity AG-401 is the lightest and most compact battery in Antigravity’s lineup. Weighing a mere 16 ounces and packing 120 cranking amps, it is perfect for saving weight without compromising function.

If you liked this build, check out our KTM 300XC Off-Road Project Bike. Click here for to see that bike.

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