Why do many dirt bike riders love 2-stroke KTM motorcycles over 4-Stroke? There are various factors to consider when comparing two-stroke KTM dirt bikes to four-stroke bikes. While it's not a matter of one being better than the other, they do have distinct differences. Two-stroke KTM engines typically generate more power per cubic centimeter (CC) compared to four-strokes. However, the power delivery of a two-stroke is often peaky, whereas a four-stroke offers a more linear power delivery.
One significant advantage of two-stroke KTM dirt bikes is their higher power-to-weight ratio. This makes them particularly appealing to many riders, as the bike provides a greater amount of power relative to its weight. Engines are simpler and easer to work on. Additionally, the crisp, distinctive sound produced by a two-stroke motocross bike, known as "brap," adds to their appeal.
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