2014 Ktm 65 Sx on 2040-motos
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2014 KTM 65 SX, 2014 KTM 65 SXS
PROMOTION TO THE NEXT DIVISION
The 65 SX defines the standard of its class in terms of power, riding dynamics, equipment and craftsmanship.
Derived from the full-size SX bikes, the graphics design makes the 65 SX even cooler. Its frame has a super-rugged polymer coating in charcoal grey metallic.
The classy anodized Renthal handlebar made of a high-quality aluminum alloy is distinguished by best ergonomics and the highest strength. A Renthal crash pad on the handlebar brace protects the rider from rough contact.
Front and rear, massive four-cylinder calipers grip lightweight Wave brake discs of 198mm front and 160mm rear diameter. In 2014, a revised front master cylinder with improved piston system is used.
Frame and suspension components
Both the WP upside-down telescopic fork with its 35mm diameter outer tubes and 215mm of suspension travel and the WP shock absorber have adjustable rebound and compression damping. The stable steel frame on the 65 SX has a bolted-on, light alloy subframe.
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