The 250 XC TPI is another two-stroke dirt bike in the KTM lineup, now equipped with transfer port injection, which improves fuel efficiency, reduces exhaust emissions, and removes the need for rejetting a carburetor and premixing fuel.The TPI system on the 250 XC TPI is the same as what is used on the 300 XC-W TPI and 250 XC-W TPI enduro bikes, Dirt Rider covered. The 250 XC TPI off-road racer works its way around the track with a 250cc engine that is equipped with a new ambient air pressure sensor that aids in providing a smooth, crisp-running operation at any elevation.
The KTM 300 XC TPI, Husqvarna TX 300i, and GasGas EX 300 are three other TPI-equipped two-stroke options to consider if you don’t mind an extra 50cc of displacement. If you’re set on a 250cc engine for your two-stroke cross-country machine, the Yamaha YZ250X is another model on the market.
Plentiful updates are seen on the 250 XC TPI. For starters, there’s the addition of transfer port injection. The model also sees a new ambient air pressure sensor, exhaust system, and revised WP Xact suspension. The model is topped off with new graphics.