05 ktm 250 sx 2 stroke what oil do you use?
the ratio is 50:1 on my ktm 125sx, for every gallon of gas you have, you need to use 2.56 oz of oil. i use Amsoil, its expensive, but its the best synthetic two stroke racing oil there is. the gas should be light pink if you mixed it correctly. hope this helps
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Answer \n. \nThe 250SX is a 2 Stroke engine with a Gas (1.98 Gals Unleaded Premium 91 octane Recommended) to Oil Mixture (using Motorex Cross Power 2T at a 40:1 - 60:1 depends on oil quality) and when KTM says to Change the transmission oil the amount called for is 0.7 liters engine oil using Mo…torex Top Speed 4T 15W50. \n \n. \nThese Quanities are from an 04 250SX could not find a 2000. So consult with your local KTM Dealer's Service Department and pickup a Owners Manual at the same time it would be in your best interest. \n \n \n Liter breakdown \n \n0.7 liters = 0.739681 quart (US liquid) OR 0 quart (US liquid) and 1.47936 pt (US Liquid) / 0.7 liters = 1.47936 pt (US Liquid) OR 1 pt (US Liquid) and 0.958726 cups (US) (MORE)
\n. \nThe XR 250 will have more power, however, the SX80 will be quicker off of the line. It's not always just about brute horsepower, but rather useable power and how quick you can accelerate. In many circumstances the SX80 would be faster than the XR even though it doesn't have the most horsep…ower. (MORE)
\nThe KTM 360 SX is still a good bike, like all other KTM's dependable but parts are expensive when you need them. Here is a link that has pictures of the 360 SX:\n. \nhttp://www.bikepics.com/ktm/360sx/
\n. \nStart the bike up and ride it or let it idle for a few minutes to war the oil up in the engine. Then kill the engine and loosen the drain plug on the bottom of the engine. Let all of the oil drain out and replace and tighten (careful to not overtighten) the drain plug. Remove the filler plug …and add your oil. (MORE)
30:1 is probably about perfect anything from 40:1 and richer is good. some people try 50:1 i think that is pretty risky dont you. remember fresh 92 octane even though its expensive!
It is possible to use 4-stroke oil in a 2-stroke engine in anemergency situation. You should not use this oil in the long termas it will damage the engine.
Hard to say, need more information. 2 stroke or 4 stroke and if it is a 2 stroke premix or gear oil.
\nI ride a 07 525 XC-W and the manual recommends Motorex Power Synt 4T (or similar synthetic) with a viscosity of 10W/50 or 5W/40.
thay are all great bikes but over all if you like going in all kinds of terain get the yz all 250s are close but thay have ther strong points and week points and the yz didnt come on top on every catogory but it was strong on every catogory and that makes it mor usable than all others its got a craz…y moter and great handaling suspention and over all the best bike but if you wont one bike than get the yz it has all the goody in just one bike and the 05s 06s 07s and 08s all great. thay are all great bikes but over all if you like going in all kinds of terain get the yz all 250s are close but thay have ther strong points and week points and the yz didnt come on top on every catogory but it was strong on every catogory and that makes it mor usable than all others its got a crazy moter and great handaling suspention and over all the best bike but if you want one bike than get the yz it has all the goody in just one bike and the 05s 06s 07s and 08s all great. in the 80's and early 90's Honda put out the best 250cc 2 strokes and some of the most powerful bikes ever built. around 94 Yamaha took the lead and has kep it ever sense. however in the last couple years the ktm 250sx is right there with Yamaha and sports a more powerful motor. (MORE)
\nIt would be about as loud as a chainsaw. Its loud but not terribly bad. Better for rural areas.
Noise has always been one of the biggest reasons people don't like dirt bikes. I am not talking about just environmental groups that don't like OHV recreation on general principles and philosophy either. We can deal with almost every issue they raise. We can deal with water quality, air quality, ero…sion, wildlife issues and user conflict issues. Often all of these are just surrogate issues for the real underlying reason, ... nobody likes noisy dirt bikes. I don't think we will ever be able to satisfy environmental extremists, but we need to quit making the general public mad at us over noise. (MORE)
Fork oil level for a 2002 KTM 65 SX is 210 cc or 7.1 OZ per leg
what is the application? if it is an ATV 10-30 or 10-40 will work but use ATV motor oil because it has different additives than automobile oil. If your application does not have an oil filter use anon detergent oil.
As of 2/09, according to Kelly Blue Book, the ratail value is $2435. \n. \nKBB Disclaimer: "The final sale price will likely be less depending on the unit's actual condition, popularity, type of warranty offered and local market conditions."
No, not a good idea to use vegetable oil. Use a TC-W3 rated, 2 stroke outboard oil blended for outboard use.
KTM recommends Motorex Top Speed 4T 15W50 - 0.7 L It is a 2 stroke motor however. So I run the 80W-85W Honda Red, or typical 2 stroke oil such as Maxima, BelRay 80W or 85W I abuse my motor at tracks and may need the extra weighted oils for extra safety
\nThis would depend on what type of oil you will be using for your premix. The oil base stock is either petroleum, semi-synthetic or synthetic oil and is mixed with gas at a ratio ranging from 16:1 (petroleum) to as high as 100:1 (synthetic).\n. \nMy 2 stroke I have is a 2001 Kawasaki KDX200 that I… run Yamalube 2R at 36:1 with no problems.\n. \nAlthough synthetics say you can mix them at 100:1 I would not, that seems way too lean to me. (MORE)
For the 2000 SX 400 KTM recommends SAE 10W-40 wt.; Capacity 1200cc\n. \nSee link below for technical specs.
For a 250 SX KTM recommends Motorex Top Speed 4T 15W50 (.7 L).\n. \nFor a 250 SX-F KTM recommends Motorex Power Synt 4T 10W50 (1.1 L).
0.7 L of Motorex Gear Oil EP 80W. See link below for more specs on the 04 250 SX.
Start the bike up and let the oil warm up (side of the cylinder should be pretty warm to touch) before killing engine. Remove drain plug (on bottom of engine) and let all oil run out. Replace drain plug and remove filler plug on side of cases and add oil.
My manuel recommends 40 to 1on my 2001 ktm sx I've never had any problems with it..
If you look at the side of the bike there is a pipe that leads to the exaust pipe. If it is big and bulges out then its a two stroke. if its small and skinny its a four stroke. you can tell by the name to. if its a YZ250 its a two stroke. If its a YZ250F then its a four stroke.
\nIt depends on what year, model and is it a 2 or 4 stroke. See KTM tech bulletin for 06 models below.
you can use 10w30 or an sae 30 weight you'll find it in every hardware store this time of year
you got to take off the gas tank, remember to shut off the fuel before unplugging the fuel line, you got to take off the radiator shrouds then the seat, the tank bolts in at the seat, i got an 04 exc 250 2 stroke and that's how you do it to mine. you might want a manual bro. ha with those to strokes… its needed quite a bit... just sayin but most awnsers you can get off thumper talk, its almost the same thing but all the people ride dirt bikes (MORE)
Motorex top speed 4T oil. You can find it at www.ktmcyclehutt.com then go to maintenance then clck Motorex.
If it is a two stoke engine, and there are no specific prohibitions yes. Two stoke oils are broadly similar.
WTF!!!! LOL! hey brother the drain plug is either on the bottom or it is on the side at the bottom of motor, It is not like a drain plug on other bikes (yam,kaw,suz,hon) it used an Allan key to open up and then it pours out the bottom on the side on the left side of motor.
your crank case does not take oil at all. your transmission however will take usually 1 to 1.5 quarts of approved transmission oil.
Depends if you want to run petroleum or synthetic. Yamalube is a good clean burning petroleum based 2 stroke oil that I have run in my race bikes at 40:1 since around 1986. As far as the synthetics, the only one I have run is Golden Spectro.
This would depend on what type of oil you will be using for your premix. The oil base stock is either petroleum, semi-synthetic or synthetic oil and is mixed with gas at a ratio ranging from 16:1 (petroleum) to as high as 100:1 (synthetic). My 2 stroke I have is a 2001 Kawasaki KDX200 that I run… Yamalube 2R at 36:1 with no problems. Although synthetics say you can mix them at 100:1 I would not, that seems way too lean to me. (MORE)
Yes, for 2010 KTM will have a full line of motocrossers. They will have a 250, 150, 125, 105, 85 std, 85 big wheel, 65 and the 50. Check the link below for pictures of the 2010 lineup.
I would have to say the two stroke. I have a banshee that can hold its own with atvs twice the size
br9es, br9eg, br9egv, br9ev, rn2c, if it fould all the time something else is wrong
Highly doubt it but look up 1990 plastic on a website and see what year it goes up to. For example it might say "this plastic fits KTM 250s from years 1990-1995" or something. Pretty much anything can be done with adjustments though. I know for a fact I can put '03 or newer plastic on a '97 YZ250 wi…th some makeshift brackets. Sorry if this doesn't help. (MORE)
It will probably just foul the plug or wreck the engine because the oil is not designed to mix with the fuel and will not lubricate the motor.
2 cycle engines require lubrication - it is in part from the oil added to the fuel that this requirement is satisfied. What happens? Nothing good. Accelerated wear, then it will not run, either from seizing, something breaking into itty bitty pieces or otherwise becoming a paperweight. Feel free to …assume you know better than the manufacturer, it'll be an object lesson for one of you. (MORE)
a 125 2t will have a lead in the start because that's the thing about 2 strokes they have alot of speed but the 250 4 stroke will definitely win given that the engine is bigger and that 4 strokes have more traction and power..............
Small 2-stroke engines don't have any separate lubrication system,so they rely on oil mixed with the fuel to be carried to all theparts of the engine that needs lubrication.
Some of them are two strokes an some are 4 strokes Most of them are 2
You can but it is not very good for the bike, its defiantly better if you put a motorbike two stroke oil in it as KTM's don't like other types of oil cheers
You should use the appropriate oil for the type of motor it is.4-strokes should have 4-stroke oil and 2-strokes should have2-stroke oil. . my friend bought a used 4 stroke 4 wheeler and the first day theoil started shooting from the head,she took it back and he ranhoses from crankcaase to head, and… the previous owner told her touse 2 stroke in crankcase.makes no sence unless hes rigged it up towork temporaraly. (MORE)
Yes it is a two stroke But if u want to check the exhaust pipe is thin then it's a four stroke If it is thicker it's a two stroke
That is the basic information, anything else will depend on the brand of parts you use and what gearing etc.. you run. However another useful piece of information to have is the VIN or Frame Number, this is unique to each bike and can be found on the steering column behind the forks
Run engine to warm up the oil undo sump plug drain old oil. Replace with the correct oil and amount.
That is not a complete VIN number, the vin is a 17 characters (numbers and letters) that is stamped on the head tube between the handlebars and the front fender.
no1's 4 sure yet but there is a rumor of there being a fuel injected 2 stroke and if it will be sick!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The engine oil capacity for a 2010 KTM 250 XCF-W is 0.75L. It is also stated that the best oil to use for the 2010 KTM 250 XCF-W is the 10W-40 bike oil.
The engine that is supplied stoke standard with every 2013 KTM 250 SX sold is a 2-stroke engine which is really reliable to use. These are fitted to many motor bikes now days.