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jamracing

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Re: 2022 models
« Reply #15 on: May 29, 2021, 01:26:18 PM »
I'll say that I'm disappointed that they didn't improve the reliability of the electrical system, which is the real downside or these bikes. Crappy battery, unreliable coil, unstable reg/rec
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« Reply #16 on: May 30, 2021, 11:30:18 AM »
I watched the video the other day and the guy did say they made some changes to the two bikes I have interest.  The 250/300 SE he did say something about rebalancing the engine and maybe refining the powervalve.  If they get it as smooth as the KTM that would be cool, but as it stands it is not noticeable. 

I am another one 100% for carb.  TPI is okay and but I love power characteristics, adjustability, and no sensors/electronics in my fuel delivery.  I pray they hold off as long as they can.  I want Sherco to grow but with that they will be forced to emission's standards so I kind of don't want them to grow too big. 
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Re: 2022 models
« Reply #17 on: May 31, 2021, 05:51:44 AM »
The sherco 300 4 stroke
Is very light.
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Re: 2022 models
« Reply #18 on: June 09, 2021, 02:55:22 AM »
For comparison purposes what is the weight of the 250/300 2ST? Some of us are not big guys and weight does play into the riding experience when you have to wrestle the bike around and even loading etc. I get it that how weight feels when riding is a things but weight is weight. I am 158 soaking wet after 3 beers and a bowl of ice cream. I am strong for my age and size but a 6' 2" guy weighing 215 will not care as much as I do.

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« Reply #19 on: June 12, 2021, 11:34:27 AM »
Speculation only but...with so many production issues from 2021, they didn't really get the volume of 21's out the door they wanted/needed to so I imagine 2022 will be the 21 bike with some cosmetic changes.  The market demands that something be changed so a splash of color here or there and call it new model.  21's saw major changes so maybe 23/24 till next big changes.  My biggest desire is lighten the bike up.  It's noticeably heavier than my KTM and you can really feel it riding and maneuvering.  I'd say 20-25lbs heavier with all the same protection bits.
Nelle schede tecniche il peso della sherco 300 2t 102 kg la ktm 300 tpi 106
La sherco molto pi leggera


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I dont speak your language but understand youre saying there is only a 4 kg weight difference which is 8lbs.  I wiah I had a scale but I dont.  I do know I can fling my ktm 250 up on my hitch mount switch hauler rack pretty easy.  When i do the Sherco I have to really focus and use my hips and takes a lot more effort.  Feels like 20lbs more.  Not exact science but reality is I dont care because its such a great bike
2021 Sherco 300 SE Factory
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2019 KTM 250XC