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2020 KTM XC two-strokes go TPI | News

Based on the SX platform, the 2020 250 XC and 300 XC will see the same refinements for 2020 with the new addition of Transfer Port Injection (TPI).

KTM first applied TPI technology to the 2018 EXC range and following on from their success, the KTM XC cross-country models have been given the same treatment for 2020. Read our launch report of the 2018 KTM TPI range. The change sees a continued expansion of KTM’s non-carburettor two-stroke bikes.

The cross-country range has been equally updated for 2020. New graphics and colours give the SX and XC range a fresh look for the new season, while an E-starter and a map select switch with integrated traction control and launch control on 4-stroke machines, premium brakes supplied by Brembo, No-Dirt footpegs are fitted as standard to KTM’s class-leading lineup. High-quality exhaust systems, plastics and seats join the reworked WP XACT suspension with the proven AER technology, which offers enhanced handling for model year 2020.


Redesigned graphics
TPI (Transfer Port Injection) fuel injection system featuring industry-leading technology offers unparallel performance and simple operation: no premixing or jetting required.
Ambient air pressure sensor for improved altitude compensation.
New exhaust system provides improved performance with reduced weight and a more durable construction thanks to the innovative corrugated surface on the expansion chamber.
Revised WP XACT front fork setting for improved damping, and new fork piston for improved performance. Features proven, sophisticated air spring design with separate damping functions.
Revised WP XACT rear shock setting and new compression adjuster for improved tuning.

Pricing and availability will be announced soon.

Read more about the 2020 KTM SX range here.