Husaberg, a Swedish company now a division of KTM, has announced their 2013 North American model range featuring a variety of new or improved 2-stroke and 4-stroke bikes in every competition class. The entire 2013 model line has been updated with new chromoly frames, high-strength plastic subframes, swingarms, and bodywork. They also get a new, more easily adjustable fork that allows rebound and compression adjustments on the upper end.
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Husaberg’s 2013 Model Line and Updates
Husaberg’s newest model is also their first 4-stroke, 250cc bike and features modern electronic fuel injection.
This mid-size bike replaces the FE 390 for 2013 and strikes a balance between the size of a 250 and the power of a 450.
Though the 450 doesn’t receive any model specific updates for 2013, it shares the blanket 2013 updates with the rest of Husaberg’s model line.
For 2013 Husaberg’s flagship gets a substantial weight reduction to complement its power.
The little 125cc 2-stroke is the smallest bike in Husaberg’s lineup and receives the same new frame, subframe, swingarm, and bodywork updates as its larger stable mates.
The 2-stroke middleman receives a new chassis as well as adjustable power valves and selectable ignition curves, which allow the rider to tailor the bike to his or her riding style.
Husberg’s biggest 2-stroke also receives an all-new chassis along with a power boost.
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