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Would an 07 KTM 450 EXC have enough power for this mod ? I've heard that they are on the low end of the power needed.Thanks.
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How did they handle the deeper fluff? Looks like you had a blast! Dirt bikes next on the wish list!
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We've got a bunch of KTM 450's in the Canadian Rockies. They go great.

The Yamaha's in these photos are bone stock WR's that still have all the emissions garbage on the carbs. They did great in the powder. Your KTM would run away and leave the stock WR's.
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How did they handle the deeper fluff? Looks like you had a blast! Dirt bikes next on the wish list!
We had an awesome ride in the deeper fluff. Here's a shot of how deep it is when you land a jump- so you can see it really was a deep day...

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Great pics! It looks like you guys had a great day.
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I want one of those. I bet they are pretty easy to get unstuck too. LOL
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I want one of those. I bet they are pretty easy to get unstuck too. LOL

I could see laying one over in the deep deep powder being a challenge to get up. Sometimes I can't even move in the waist/chest deep stuff.
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I could see laying one over in the deep deep powder being a challenge to get up. Sometimes I can't even move in the waist/chest deep stuff.
If it's steep and you tip it over "bars downhill" (did it in a chute on Saturday...) you just grab the ski hoop and pull it downhill- it's pretty easy.

If you're in the flats and it's chest deep when you tip it over- that's not so fun, but it's still quick to get unstuck. The center of gravity on the newer dirt bikes is low.
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Here's a 3rd gear turn- of one of our demo riders on the KTM 505


Another jump landing shot- the WR450 is in there somewhere-
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how much does a kit cost for a honda 450r what mods have you done to the airbox or just stock for snow wise?
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how much does a kit cost for a honda 450r what mods have you done to the airbox or just stock for snow wise?
There are no permanent mods to your bike. You remove the airbox and run a Unifilter with an Outerwears skin on it (comes with the kit)

RadiX kits sell for $4249. You can contact your local motorcycle dealer, or 2Moto to get one for your bike.

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Ever have any carb issues in snow like that?
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Ever have any carb issues in snow like that?
Of course. In 8 years of product development, we've had plenty of carb issues in the deep dry powder. It's been amazing to see how well dirt bikes actually do in the cold, and in the powder. Two strokes are not as forgiving as the 4 strokes.

Sleds have had 30+ years of powder testing, and now they're pretty good; but I still had to do some work to my 975 to make it right. There's no perfect solution when you're under the snow, and everything has good and bad days.

We've tested most everything like foam filters, wire screens, pipe wrap, synthetic fiber filters, door screen material- you name it. I've even had soffit vents on a bike... the good news is we've got it dialed in now. The customers WR's in the photos were stock, with no powder screens, and we got them to run 95% of perfect. With a little powder screen, they would have run 100% like the rest of our bikes did.

Great question! Here's a photo of the screen we zip tie on for the deep days- you can see through it to the pod/Outerwears filter-
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Nice Blaser, When can I get a test ride??? Ive got my older 520 sitting here collecting dust. SHA has convinced me that 1 ski is the way to go!
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What dual purpose bikes would this kit work on, id like to get a bike i can ride street leagal in the summer and then also ride it with this kit in the snow for fun? also would it work on a 250 4stroke?
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might have to toss a kit on my 07 450X......looks like fun
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Those are fantastic! I sure wish we had powder like that in WA for this coming weekend!
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My Honda 450X was set up street legal in the summer. Another one of our buyers' Yamaha WR450 was the same way. We had some great dual sport rides.

The kit would work fine on a 250 4 stroke, but I'd suggest more hp for the mountains-
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Those are fantastic! I sure wish we had powder like that in WA for this coming weekend!
I thought it was supposed to be snowing out there???

Just have Annell take you out in the trees on a good North face- maybe you'll find some pow- (see if you can get on the 505 she even put some pink HMK stickers on it- something about "girl power")
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Sweet!
Those look like a blast. I checked out the video on the website, They look like they rip.
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Relatively inexpensive, Works well on the hill and the bike can be ridden year 'round.

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