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2010 KTM 450 SX-F


  • New frame design for 2010 – frame set 10 mm lower than in 2009
  • New 5-speed gearbox with improved setting
  • Fully adjustable WP 48 mm USD fork with closed cartridge technology, numerous updates and a new setting
  • Newly developed, KTM-patented, CNCmachined triple clamps with a 22 mm offset
  • New carburettor calibration for improved handling
  • New piston and clutch basket for even greater durability
  • Brembo brake with new, additionally optimised Toyo brake pads (front)
  • Perfectly functioning electric starter

MX1 Racer For Winners - Made In Austria

In the 2009 MX1 world championship, German KTM factory rider Max Nagl clearly demonstrated the 450 SX-F's potential. While always able to rely on the machine's powerful thrust at the start lines, at the
end of the 2009 season, Nagl's title as vice world champion was clear evidence of the consistently impressive performance of both the rider and his machine. The team's success was largely attributable to the close cooperation between Stefan Everts, multiple champion and KTM team manager, and the riders and their
motorcycles. In 2010, the enhancements devised are going straight into the series models. The 10 mm higher steering head creates a lower centre of gravity and thus easier handling plus excellent front wheel responsiveness. A new 5-speed gearbox, reinforced pistons and clutch basket, optimised carburettor calibration and all the other modifications to the KTM Motocross 2010 model enable the 450 SX-F to once
again be a true contender in 2010.