The KTM 300 XC-W TPI SIX DAYS is set to become a legend when it comes to cross-country battles – not to mention in 2-stroke history. Add to that a range of SIX DAYS special parts, new TPI technology, a compact powerplant and the bragging rights of being the strongest 2-stroke money can buy, and there is definitely no off-road racing motorcycle with a better claim to the ISDE throne.
The engine in the KTM 300 XC-W TPI SIX DAYS features ground-breaking 2-stoke electronic fuel injection technology, which sets a new standard in the offroad competition segment. Modern architecture and high-end features such as a new E-starter, a new cylinder with two injectors and Twin-Valve Control power valve gives the 300 TPI an almost unfair advantage over its competition.
The frames of all KTM TPI models are manufactured from lightweight sections of top-quality chrome-molybdenum steel tubing which provides high torsional rigidity for best handling. A modified frame design also serves to route engine oil from an added filler cap assembly, located between the fuel tank and the steering head, via a hose inside the upper frame tube to the oil tank – meaning no more premixing fuels!
The highly competitive world of enduro racing relies heavily on your ability to move freely and feel comfortable on the bike. This can make all the difference in a long race. KTM knows this and has designed all 2019 bikes to provide riders with the perfect mix of mobility and comfort.
For 2019, the 300 XC-W SIX DAYS models receive a refreshing decal package representing the Chilean flag colors; red, white and blue. The I-beam structures of the front and rear fenders also guarantee maximum stability and low weight, while improving high-speed stability.
The hardware of these machines is equally as advanced as the software. Thanks to its automatic altitude and temperature compensation, there is no need to set up the TPI for the prevailing environmental conditions. The standard engine mapping switch on the SIX DAYS models also allows the rider to select an alternate map, providing a smoother power delivery when the terrain calls for it.