2019 KTM 300 XC-W TPI Six Days
2019 KTM 300 XC-W TPI Six Days

Specs

General Information

Manufacturer
KTM
KTM
Model Year
2019
2019
Model
300 XC-W TPI Six Days
300 XC-W TPI Six Days
Model Code
300XCWTPISIXDAYS
300XCWTPISIXDAYS
Color
WhIte / Orange
WhIte / Orange

Brakes/Wheels/Tires

Brakes

Front - 260 mm Disc

Rear - 220 mm Disc

Front - 260 mm Disc

Rear - 220 mm Disc

Drivetrain

Transmission
6-Speed
6-Speed
Final Drive
Chain - X-Ring 5/8 x 1/4 in.
Chain - X-Ring 5/8 x 1/4 in.

Engine

Engine
1-Cylinder, 2-stroke
1-Cylinder, 2-stroke
Displacement
293.2 cc
293.2 cc
Bore x Stroke
72 x 72 mm
72 x 72 mm
Clutch
Wet, DDS multi-disc, Brembo hydraulics
Wet, DDS multi-disc, Brembo hydraulics
Starting
Kick and electric
Kick and electric

Operational

Frame
25CrMo4 steel central - tube
25CrMo4 steel central - tube
Suspension

Front - WP Xplor 48r; approx. 11.81 in. (300 mm) travel

Rear - WP Xplor PDS shock absorber

Front - WP Xplor 48r; approx. 11.81 in. (300 mm) travel

Rear - WP Xplor PDS shock absorber

Rake
63.5°
63.5°

Features

Bodywork & Graphics

  • SIX DAYS EQUIPMENT: Six Days seat for improved long-distance comfort, Exclusive Six Days graphics with a striking design, Handlebar with Six Days logo, Six Days silencer (anthracite anodized and with Six Days logo), Machined orange anodized triple clamps for extremely precise fork clamping and optimum fork function, Carbon pipe guard on all 2-stroke models for effective expansion chamber protection, Floating front brake disc for consistent braking performance in extreme conditions. Solid rear brake disc (no slots/holes) for improved heat resistance and reduced brake pad wear, Supersprox Stealth 2-component rear sprocket with an aluminum inner ring and steel outer ring for maximum durability, Front axle puller for simple front wheel removal, Orange frame, Engine guard for effective engine protection, Orange chain guide.

Chassis

  • FRAME: The high-tech, lightweight chrome-moly steel frame is engineered for excellent handling, precise cornering and supreme stability. You can also count on high torsional rigidity and low longitudinal stiffness for better absorption of the energy created by the front and rear suspension sucking up jumps and bumps. In short: more comfort and less rider fatigue. Laterally attached, lightweight engine head stays contribute to a reduced vibration level. Two threaded inserts in the lower cradle tubes allow for an optional skid plate. The engineers were able to pull off all that, while making the frame two pounds lighter than that of the lightest competitor on the market. In addition, the frame is easier to maintain, easier to work on and supplies more space for the tank and other components. The bike also features an extra-light aluminum subframe, which weighs in at less than 2 pounds. The orange coating truly makes it stand out; precisely what an engineering masterpiece like this deserves.
  • FRONT SUSPENSION: The WP XPlor 48 upside-down fork is a split fork developed by WP in close collaboration with KTM. It is fitted with a spring on both sides but features separated functions for each fork leg: compression damping is fitted on the left side, while rebound is on the right. So the forks can easily be adjusted for compression and rebound with the twist of a dial on the top of the forks. In addition, a longer and sealed hydro-stop guarantees better resistance to bottoming-out. Due to high-quality materials and a state-of-the-art production process, the new XPlor 48 fork - with approx. 300 mm of travel - has outstanding response and damping characteristics and is about a half of a pound lighter than its predecessor.
  • TRIPLE CLAMP: The 300 XC-W TPI is fitted with forged triple clamps with an offset of 22 mm, ensuring a solid grip of the fork and precise handling. The handlebar is adjustable forwards and backwards over 4 positions; this XC-W will fit you like your favorite gloves.
  • BRAKES: You can’t brake any harder, better, faster or stronger. High-tech Brembo calipers are combined with lightweight wave discs and feature a reduced piston diameter for better modulation. The rear brake now features a 10 mm longer brake pedal, and less aggressive brake pads are fitted front and rear. The steel-flex front brake hose gets more efficient protection and there’s an integrated channel for the speedo cable. First you outrun them, then you outbrake them.

Engine & Exhaust

  • ENGINE: When it comes to optimal power-to-weight ratio and outstanding Enduro specific performance the KTM 300 XC-W TPI engine reigns supreme. It features revolutionary TPI electronic fuel injection, which sets the benchmark in the offroad competition 2-stroke segment. And thanks to its modern architecture including high-end features such as the well protected E-starter, a cylinder with two injectors and power valve, a 6-speed Enduro transmission and a hydraulically operated DDS clutch, the KTM 300 XC-W TPI machine is the best choice when the going gets real tough.
  • ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: The engine management system (EMS) of the TPI models features a control unit located below the seat. The control unit determines the ignition timing and the amount of fuel to inject is based on several sensor readings such as intake and ambient air pressure, throttle position, oil and water temperature. Thanks to altitude and temperature compensation the hassle and time of jetting a 2-stroke is no more.

Ergonomics & Comfort

  • HANDLEBAR: KTM engineers sure know how to handle handlebars. This tapered one, made of high-strength aluminum by NEKEN, features a throttle assembly, which now has a twin-cable for EXC TPI models just like their 4-stroke brothers, with a new double-cable aluminum body and straightforward free-play adjustment. A volcanized grip sits on the right, while on the left side of the bar a comfortable ODI lock-on grip is mounted, which does not require any wire or glue to be fixed.
  • SEAT: Tailored to meet the needs of the best off-road racers, this durable seat offers great comfort, while being 10mm lower to help you master the most challenging terrain.

Bodywork & Graphics

  • SIX DAYS EQUIPMENT: Six Days seat for improved long-distance comfort, Exclusive Six Days graphics with a striking design, Handlebar with Six Days logo, Six Days silencer (anthracite anodized and with Six Days logo), Machined orange anodized triple clamps for extremely precise fork clamping and optimum fork function, Carbon pipe guard on all 2-stroke models for effective expansion chamber protection, Floating front brake disc for consistent braking performance in extreme conditions. Solid rear brake disc (no slots/holes) for improved heat resistance and reduced brake pad wear, Supersprox Stealth 2-component rear sprocket with an aluminum inner ring and steel outer ring for maximum durability, Front axle puller for simple front wheel removal, Orange frame, Engine guard for effective engine protection, Orange chain guide.

Chassis

  • FRAME: The high-tech, lightweight chrome-moly steel frame is engineered for excellent handling, precise cornering and supreme stability. You can also count on high torsional rigidity and low longitudinal stiffness for better absorption of the energy created by the front and rear suspension sucking up jumps and bumps. In short: more comfort and less rider fatigue. Laterally attached, lightweight engine head stays contribute to a reduced vibration level. Two threaded inserts in the lower cradle tubes allow for an optional skid plate. The engineers were able to pull off all that, while making the frame two pounds lighter than that of the lightest competitor on the market. In addition, the frame is easier to maintain, easier to work on and supplies more space for the tank and other components. The bike also features an extra-light aluminum subframe, which weighs in at less than 2 pounds. The orange coating truly makes it stand out; precisely what an engineering masterpiece like this deserves.
  • FRONT SUSPENSION: The WP XPlor 48 upside-down fork is a split fork developed by WP in close collaboration with KTM. It is fitted with a spring on both sides but features separated functions for each fork leg: compression damping is fitted on the left side, while rebound is on the right. So the forks can easily be adjusted for compression and rebound with the twist of a dial on the top of the forks. In addition, a longer and sealed hydro-stop guarantees better resistance to bottoming-out. Due to high-quality materials and a state-of-the-art production process, the new XPlor 48 fork - with approx. 300 mm of travel - has outstanding response and damping characteristics and is about a half of a pound lighter than its predecessor.
  • TRIPLE CLAMP: The 300 XC-W TPI is fitted with forged triple clamps with an offset of 22 mm, ensuring a solid grip of the fork and precise handling. The handlebar is adjustable forwards and backwards over 4 positions; this XC-W will fit you like your favorite gloves.
  • BRAKES: You can’t brake any harder, better, faster or stronger. High-tech Brembo calipers are combined with lightweight wave discs and feature a reduced piston diameter for better modulation. The rear brake now features a 10 mm longer brake pedal, and less aggressive brake pads are fitted front and rear. The steel-flex front brake hose gets more efficient protection and there’s an integrated channel for the speedo cable. First you outrun them, then you outbrake them.

Engine & Exhaust

  • ENGINE: When it comes to optimal power-to-weight ratio and outstanding Enduro specific performance the KTM 300 XC-W TPI engine reigns supreme. It features revolutionary TPI electronic fuel injection, which sets the benchmark in the offroad competition 2-stroke segment. And thanks to its modern architecture including high-end features such as the well protected E-starter, a cylinder with two injectors and power valve, a 6-speed Enduro transmission and a hydraulically operated DDS clutch, the KTM 300 XC-W TPI machine is the best choice when the going gets real tough.
  • ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: The engine management system (EMS) of the TPI models features a control unit located below the seat. The control unit determines the ignition timing and the amount of fuel to inject is based on several sensor readings such as intake and ambient air pressure, throttle position, oil and water temperature. Thanks to altitude and temperature compensation the hassle and time of jetting a 2-stroke is no more.

Ergonomics & Comfort

  • HANDLEBAR: KTM engineers sure know how to handle handlebars. This tapered one, made of high-strength aluminum by NEKEN, features a throttle assembly, which now has a twin-cable for EXC TPI models just like their 4-stroke brothers, with a new double-cable aluminum body and straightforward free-play adjustment. A volcanized grip sits on the right, while on the left side of the bar a comfortable ODI lock-on grip is mounted, which does not require any wire or glue to be fixed.
  • SEAT: Tailored to meet the needs of the best off-road racers, this durable seat offers great comfort, while being 10mm lower to help you master the most challenging terrain.