What years did KTM make the 530?

What years did KTM make the 530?


Make Model KTM 530 EXC
Year 2008 – 09
Engine Four stroke, single cylinder, SOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Capacity 510.4 cc / 31.1 in
Bore x Stroke 95 x 72 mm

How much does a KTM 530 EXC weight?

251.1 pounds

KTM 530 EXC Dimensions, Aerodynamics and weight
Front Brakes Dimensions – Disc Dimensions 260 mm (10.2 inches)
Rear Brakes Dimensions – Disc Dimensions 220 mm (8.7 inches)
Curb Weight (including fluids)
Dry Weight 113.9 kg (251.1 pounds)

Is KTM 530 EXC street legal?

Member. You already have it. 2007 and up 350, 400, 450, 500, 525, and 530 exc’s are factory street legal.

How much does a KTM 450 weight?

222 lb.
2021 KTM 450 SX-F Claimed Specifications

MSRP: $10,199
Ground Clearance: 14.6 in.
Seat Height: 37.4 in.
Fuel Capacity: 1.8 gal.
Wet Weight: 222 lb. (w/ all fluids except fuel)

What year did KTM EXC become street legal?

2007 was the first year the EXC was deemed street legal in the US. As of 2008 the US version of the EXC, with the new XC-4 motor, continued to be sold in street legal trim. In 2012 the US 50-states street legal 530 EXC-R was rebadged the 500 EXC.

Is the KTM 530 EXC a fighting machine?

For those who simply can´t get enough, the new 530 EXC is heading to the start line this year with a completely overhauled chassis. An insatiable fighting machine that is unfazed by even the toughest Enduro challenges on the one hand, and a complete workhorse that undeviatingly pursues its course – strong and reliably, on the other.

Is the KTM 530 a good dirt bike?

The 530 handles great all around on whatever type of trail we threw at it. From a deep, sandy wash to tight single-track on the side of a cliff and even on rocky uphills this dirt bike with a license plate felt sturdy. I was always able to stay in a comfortable stance aboard the bike and never ventured off the trail and ended up in the bushes.

What’s the name of the 2011 KTM EXC?

KTM made a few minor updates to the 2011 EXC line including better turn signals (the older ones were much less durable) and a shorter license plate holder.

How tall are the sprockets on a KTM 530?

Even for light-duty dual-sport use, the stock 15/45 sprockets are too tall for any trail use; you will want to go with a 13/50 ratio (allows you to use the stock chain) or 13/52. Either option is still plenty tall for 60 mph on the road and works well even on tight trails.