GPX TSE250R 2T Enduro

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  1. Grreatdog

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    Firestone Destination A/T on my truck and 4Runner. Those are good. T

    But you don't want those new Metzelers I tried on the bike. Hell I will lever them off still almost new and ship them to you.
  2. Navin

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    A wise man never accepts another's used rubbers... :muutt

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    Words to live by.
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    Came across this the other day. Thought it was interesting because I haven’t heard of anybody tuning the PV before this. Figured I’d drop it here.
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    offroadtoys Been here awhile Supporter

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    Early on I read a few people experiencing a wonky electronic power valve actuation .
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  6. Navin

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    Sharing this nugget just to confirm it, fella on FB was asking... KTM Fr/Rr wheels bolt up to the GPX bikes no problemo. Here is the GPX OEM 17" SM rear on my 18 SXF350. The fronts Ive been swapping forever now.

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  7. Glenn247

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    Just wanted to confirm the new crop of 2021.5 TSE bikes have the "upgraded" exhaust, larger tank, kick start, and "street legal" wire harness as stock, correct?

    Tracking the suspension is different and improved...

    Also, are the plastics and seat the same or at least interchangeable with the previous generation, circa 2019?

    Anything else I'm missing in regard to differences between a 2019 and 2021.5 TSE?
  8. Navin

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    Im 99.9% sure the plastics/seat are all new. They might be 2020+ KTM compatible but not with 2019 GPX/Husky unless you change tank, seat, subframe and all that plastic. (Im told the new stuff bolts to the old bikes with a new seat/tank/subframe, etc).

    The perf pipe is on it, I think the same 2019 gen Mikuni carb, not sure about the Race CDI. Big tank too and SZC suspension which is more conventional in assembly.

    No idea on wiring or kicker. Maybe @Pitster can clear that up?
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  9. Bitter

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    • Stage 3 performance exhaust, ripped for added strength
    • Alloy subframe (1.5 lbs lighter)
    • Pre-mix (1 lbs lighter)
    • New body work and air box for better air flow
    • Race Carb and CDI
    • Waffle style air filter
    • 2.5 gallon fuel tank
    • New LED headlight and mounting
    • 250cc two stoke engine w/electric start and kick start
    • Six speed wide ratio transmission
    • CNC triple clamps & footpegs
    • Folding billet clutch & brake levers
    • Trip / Speedometer
    • Light weight central backbone chromo "A" box frame
    • Frame guards & 3m Heavy duty graphics
    • New lightweight aluminum Enduro X Series wheels
    • Rebound, compression adjustment suspension front and rear
    • Head light, turn signals, rear view mirrors(no Horn) and tail/brake light kit & racing number plate included
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  10. Navin

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    Nice!

    Via email also confirmed latest gen KTM body parts fit though they are a different shape. Someone cant post in this thread but they do read it.
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  11. Bitter

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    The engine on these bikes is counterbalanced as well. Making it super smooth. Way less vibration than my old 95 KDX.
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    Hey Pitster. I changed a few things on the specs list I posted from your website. You may want to change them on the website.
    • 250cc two stoke engine w/electric start and kick start
    • Head light, turn signals, rear view mirrors(no Horn) and tail/brake light kit & racing number plate include
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    Why did you change these?

    The engine isn't exactly 250cc, correct?
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    Any possibility GPX will sell an "oil injection kit" to add to the new generation TSE?

    It would be great if GPX offered a few models with oil injection; but an easy-to-install kit would be next best...
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    If you go to their website, their spec list answers your question on engine size. I only added "and kick start" to their engine description. Their website description doesn't mention that it has both electric and kick start. Although the spec list does. Actual cc they list is 224. They call it a 250. It's a clone of the DT230. Very few engines are the exact cc's that the model description uses. They also don't mention turn signals, rear view mirrors or functioning brake light on the website description. IMO they need to list those to their website list of features.
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  16. gomerkfx700

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    Yes that my video. I believe all tse are affected by the powervalve not working as designed by Yamaha but I can't be sure I know the guys in brazil has the own type of fix for it on the mxf250ts I think the box they sell has 10 maps programmed into it I'm not sure though server language barrier
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    Thanks for the vid! I found it interesting and the first of its kind. When looking for zeeltronics tuner it seemed very limited in the US. Do you remember where you got yours from?
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    gomerkfx700 Been here awhile

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    Ordered it from there website across the pond in the uk I spoke with them via email and ordered took about a month since they seem to be built to order
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    About how much does the Zeeltronics controller cost? Thanks
  20. gomerkfx700

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    I believe it was about 225 for the controller and programmer