2018 Husqvarna TE250
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The TE 250 takes the simple, low-maintenance motor concept that is a proven favourite of enduro riders, and progresses it with modern technological advancements. The engine shaft arrangements ensure excellent mass centralisation while a counter-balancer shaft reduces vibration. The electric starter unit is located within the engine casings, keeping it secure from impacts and is linked to a lightweight and powerful Li- Ion battery for reliable starting when needed most.Features may include:
The 250cc 2-stroke engine has for long been the best combination of unsurpassed power and lightweight construction. The simplicity and low maintenance cost of the 2-stroke motor has made it a favourite amongst enduro riders for generations. The TE 250 engine has an advanced construction featuring shaft arrangements precisely positioned for better mass centralisation, a counter balancer shaft reducing vibration, a twin-valve controlled power valve and 6-speed enduro gearbox.
The 66.4mm bore cylinder features a twin valve controlled power valve system which delivers smooth and controlled power throughout the RPM range. This can be further customised by simply changing between three springs supplied and altering the power delivery for different conditions and rider preference.
The engine houses a laterally mounted counter balancer shaft. The balancer significantly reduces vibration delivering a smoother and more comfortable ride.
The TE 250 engine is designed to improve mass centralisation. As a result the lightweight, die-cast engine casings are developed to accommodate the shaft arrangements is the ideal position, centralising oscillating mass and improving ride-ability.
- Chromoly steel frame
The hydro-formed, laser-cut and robot-welded frame is expertly crafted by WP Performance Systems. The flex character of the frame is specifically tailored to benefit suspension functionality, handling and comfort. The frame fitted with standard frame protectors and an engine protector which mounts directly to the frame guaranteeing superior protection and durability.
- WP Xplor 48
The WP Xplor 48 front fork is developed by WP Performance Systems specifically for enduro type riding. The forks consist of an open cartridge layout with a spring in each circuit and split damping functions. For MY18, the forks feature new outer tubes with improved flex characteristics and reduced friction while a new stiffer setting offers more sensitivity and greater bottoming resistance.
- WP rear shock
The WP DCC rear shock is designed to provide advanced damping characteristics while keeping to a compact and lightweight design. With a pressure balance inside the shock, the stroke is more seamless resulting in greater rider comfort and handling while the corrugated outer contour of the reservoir improves cooling.
- Composite carbon fibre subframe
The composite subframe is a design unique to Husqvarna showcasing pioneering technologies and innovation. This 3 piece component is made up of 30 % carbon fibre making it remarkably light (1.4 kg). Specific care is taken to engineer a calculated rigidity for optimal handling and rider ergonomics.
- Magura braking system
New for MY18 is a Magura front and rear braking system. The system features a similar layout to the previous design with improved sensitivity for a more modulated feel while still retaining the highest level of performance. 260mm disc front and 220mm rear.
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