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Honda CRF450 49 7.99%
Honda CR500 27 4.40%
Kawasaki KXF450 69 11.26%
Suzuki RMZ450 10 1.63%
Yamaha WR450 44 7.18%
Yamaha YZF450 99 16.15%
KTM 450 73 11.91%
KTM 500 66 10.77%
KTM 505 3 0.49%
KTM 525 29 4.73%
KTM 530 19 3.10%
Husaberg 570 24 3.92%
Husaberg 650 9 1.47%
Husqvarna 42 6.85%
Other 84 13.70%
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i like the electric start, headlight, good torgue, a little more top end might be nice.
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I really like the KX 450. They have great power and never break down. They are easy to kick start; I can even start it with my hands. They are simple to change the oil in and parts are cheap. I also have the best luck with the stock air box not getting snow into them; with a few mods done to the air box I can ride all day in soft deep powder without having to stop and scoop it out. The KX is also bright safety green and when I am stuck my friends can see me to come help me out. LOL!

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I'm especially interested in this poll, and wonder if the extra power of a motorcrosser is worth giving up electric start, larger tank, and a light?
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you can have a full blown MX bike and E start with the ktm sxf450. with that in mind anyone run the 350 with a kit??
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you can have a full blown MX bike and E start with the ktm sxf450. with that in mind anyone run the 350 with a kit??
One of my buddies just put a kit on a brand new 350, I believe it's the first 350 to have a MH kit bolted to it. We have rode together twice and it seems to do pretty good. I have also been riding with his brother who bought a new KTM 500 and it does really well to. The nice thing about these injected KTM's is that they don't seem to have any problems with snow in the airbox's and they seem to run good all day long. With that said you won't find me throwing down 8k-9k on a new bike. I finally got my CR500 on the snow this past weekend and it's pretty impressive compared to my 300. The snow was deep but very wet and heavy which really sucked up the hp. There were two of us on CR500's and the KTM 500 and I think all three bikes were very comparable in the power and ability department. My buddies CR500 did a little better than mine because of his gearing (13,17,17,20), so I will be changing my gearing around. The CR500 does have quite a bit more vibration than my 300 did and by the end of the day it was quite noticeable but I think that's something I can get use to. What I like about these CR500's is that they are cheap to buy, maintain, rebuild and they will hang with the 4 stroke race bikes. The big two strokes do have a couple down falls though including the vibrations, carb icing, older chassis and they burn a little more fuel.
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This poll should maybe say "What bike do you WISH to have?".... it's funny how you buy something and then later learn what might work better or what does work better.

I have the WR450 and I think it's a good bike.... it's not perfect but it's good and obviously I have a lot of fun on it. Estart, headlight, ability to put it on the road in the off season, etc. It has a lot of positives.

What bike do I want? The 2011 or 2012 KX450 (and I have one coming! YES!). The bike makes it's power in such a way that it just rips for a snowbike application. EFI is a major plus since you don't have to mess with the carb crap, which I hate and I really suck at. Add the Bazzaz AFR tuner and a FMF Powerbomb full exhaust.... can't be beat and I've yet to see any bike touch the all around nimbleness mixed with raw power that the KX450 has. Add to it Allen's good point that you can start the bike by hand and the Estart looks pointless. Another interesting point, with the Bazzaz tuner the fuel economy is just STUPID!!!! You can put an entire day in for only 2gal of gas sometimes while I'll go through 5gal on my Yamaha. Seriously.... a FULL DAY RIDE for only $8.00? That pays for the kit by itself over couple years!

KX450 is probably the best snowbike available.

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I'm especially interested in this poll, and wonder if the extra power of a motorcrosser is worth giving up electric start, larger tank, and a light?
No doubt the super crossers have more power and it will show on the snow.

I run the KTM because of the ease of maintance (from years of ISDE racing) the parts cross-over from model to model (used parts are easy to find) AND charging system for heated grips/headlight (for when you come off the mountain at night).

I am not racing so the extra power does not outweigh the additional maintance required on the super-crosser.

You see at this time my stock '09 KTM 530, has right at 9000 miles as a motorcycle and 5287 miles as a snowbike, for a total of over 14000 miles!!
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