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2024 KTM 350 EXC-F 6 DAYS

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The first KTM bearing the SIX DAYS name tore onto the scene way back in 1996. Back then, there was nothing to beat the KTM 350 EXC for sheer versatility.

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Overview

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Nearly 30 years later, the 2024 KTM 350 EXC-F SIX DAYS picks up the baton to continue that trend. With an all-new frame, closed-cartridge suspension, new bodywork, and a renewed ability to challenge for the win, the KTM 350 EXC-F SIX DAYS remains the one to beat.

ENGINE - SLEDGEHAMMER

Light, compact, and weighing only 28,8 kg, the KTM 350 EXC-F engine is an outstanding bit of engineering. For 2024, the engine is tilted 2° backward with a repositioned sprocket for an improved center of gravity, while its high-revving, 51 horseßower punch, and intelligent low friction design, provide the goods at every twist of the throttle.

WP XACT CLOSED-CARTRIDGE FORK

An all-new 48 mm W XACT Closed Cartridge spring fork finds its way into the KTM Enduro line-up for 2024. Providing fast and consistent damping, optimized oil flow, and a new hydro stop in the last 68 mm of the stroke, the forks ensure unmatched performance at any level.
New fork protection rings also provide improved protection against dirt intrusion. Best of all, the new fork allows for full adjustment of compression and rebound without the need for any tools.

ERGONOMICS - FLUID RIDER MOTION

The 2024 KTM EXC- range features a rider-focussed body-position triangle, providing improved knee contact - especially when standing on the pegs - with improved gripping surfaces all around. With the plastics working to expel mud buildup in wet, muddy conditions, a flat seat profile with a high grip seat cover providing exceptional rider movement and control, and a polyamide-reinforced aluminum subframe providing unmatched rider feel and feedback, your only concern is navigating the terrain ahead of you.  

WP XACT SHOCK

Remaining a hallmark of KTM Enduro weaponry, an updated PDS rear shock concept sees a new shock mount that significantly improves the anti-squat behaviors of the chassis. This remains the most reliable and maintenance-friendly option for competitive enduro racing. Moreover, an all-new W XPLOR PDS rear shock now takes charge at the rear, weighing 380 g less than the previous generation unit. It features a new compact design, new bearings seals, and a new main piston for optimized oil flow, and improved, consistent damping, as well as providing full adjustability thanks to easy-to-use hand clickers for adjustments on the fly.

PICK YOUR POWER - SELECTABLE ENGINE MAPS

Designed for easy operation, the newly developed map select switch comes standard on the KTM SIX DAYS models and allows for the easy selection of 2 unique engine maps. Map 1 is the standard, more linear, and predictable power map, while map 2 is a more aggressive map for added throttle response and more crisp, explosive power output.  

SMART ELECTRONICS - OFFROAD CONTROL UNIT OCU

An all-new Offroad Control Unit - or OCU - under the seat replaces all the electronic fuses and relays. All outputs are switched depending on signals from the voltage regulator and the CU continuously. In the event of over-current, outputs are deactivated individually. This makes for easy error detection as the status of each output is indicated by a red or green LED light. This means diagnosing an electrical issue out on the trail is as easy as lifting the seat, and there's no more need to carry fiddly fuses.

TOTAL TRACTION - TRACTIONAL CONTROL

Blasting through wet and muddy terrain just got a lot easier with an all-new optional Traction Control function. TC analyzes throttle input from the rider and the rate at which the RPM increases in the engine. If the RPM increases too quickly, the EMS registers a loss of grip and reduces the amount of power to the rear wheel. This ensures maximum traction. Of course, it can be switched off for complete control.

DROP THE CLUTCH - QUICKSHIFTER

Clutchless upshifts are the name of the game with the all-new optional Quickshifter. The function works by interrupting the ignition for a fraction of a second. This allows upshifting without the use of the clutch lever, while the throttle is fully opened. On the technical side, a sensor on the shift drum notices the force on the shift lever, sending the signal to the CU and interrupting the ignition timing to slot the next gear in. The Quickshifter can also be deactivated via the new map select switch and is only active from 2nd to 6th gear.

SWITCH IT UP - SWITCHGEAR

For 2024, the entire KTM Enduro range receives new, easy-to-use switchgear. On the right side of the handlebar, you'll find a new start/stop switch, and on the left, an optional map select switch will allow riders to choose between Map 1 or Map 2. Additionally, the new map switch also toggles the optional Quickshifter and Traction Control functions.

FIGHTING FATIGUE - ENGINE ABSORPTION

Besides the expertly crafted, hydro-formed, laser-cut, and robot-welded frame being engineered to provide exceptional rider feedback and straight-line stability, a number of components mean the frame acts as a "shock absorber" making for a less harsh ride, resulting in less rider fatigue over many hard laps. A new shock mounting, no longer connected to the main tube, significantly improves the anti-squat of the chassis. In contrast, a new, service-friendly one-piece steering head seal provides improved reliability. The closed-head tube design also provides a new routing for the fuel overflow. And lastly, a new forged one-piece side stand means no more sinking feelings when parking up.

GRAPHICS - ISDE24 INSPIRED

Hola Argentina! The 2024 KTM SIX DAYS range celebrates the latest installemtn of the ISDE in Argentina with an eye-catching design. Inspired by the Argentinian flag colours, the 2024 KTM SIX DAY lineup won't go unnoticed - or be confused for anything else.

SIX DAYS EQUIPMENT - TOP SHELF COMPONENTRY

The first KTM bearing the SIX DAYS name tore onto the scene way back in 1996. Almost 30 years later, we're still keeping that legacy alive. All KTM EXC-F SIX DAYS models receive the full KTM SIX DAYS treatment, from machined orange anodized triple clamps, right down to a solid rear brake disc. Each and every element on a KTM SIX DAYS model is specifically chosen for the job at hand, stamped with a coveted SIX DAYS logo, and let loose to dominate the field.

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Technical Specifications

Engine

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Displacement
449.9 cm³
Design
1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine
Bore
88 mm
Stroke
57.5 mm
Starter
Electric Starter
Transmission
6-speed

Chassis

Front Suspension
WP XACT-USD, Ø 48 mm
Rear Suspension
WP Xplor PDS Shock Absorber
Suspension Travel
300mm (F) 310mm (R)
Front Brake
Disc Brake
Rear Brake
Disc Brake
Ground Clearance
347mm
Seat Height
963mm
Tank Capacity
8.5L
Dry Weight
107.3kg

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