Husqvarna Revamps TC250, TE250, TE310 for 2010

After the new CR 50 and SM 50 models revealed last week, the BMW subsidiary announced today it has completely revamped its 250 cc 4-stroke motocross and enduro range. Three new models, with a revised design, chassis and engine, will be available from late July at Husqvarna dealer network.

Specifically, these models are the TC250, the TE250 and the TE310, fitted with a new 250 cc displacement that has been increased to 300 cc.

Taken separately, the engine on the new TC250 is now fitted with a Mikuni batteryless electronic fuel injection system and 45 mm diameter throttle body. The engine crank-case has been reinforced and now has steel sockets on chassis connections. The Akrapovic exhaust pipe has a steel manifold, titanium silencer and steel heat protection.

Next, the chassis on the TE250 has been redesigned and reinforced with a streamlined area below the cradle preventing knocks from uneven surfaces. The suspension has been optimized, the tank has a new pump, the engine guards are made of a new material, and the mirror-finish aluminium hubs have standard perforations, among others.

Finally, the TE310 boasts the lightest engine in the 250 cc 4-stroke category (22 kg), boosted to 302.44 cc, thanks to an increase in bore and stroke, as well as a new exhaust system with a new heat protection on the silencer. Furthermore, the bike is also weighing 6 kilos less than the previous version. Otherwise the bike has the same features as the TE250.

The bodywork on all three models has new graphics on the tank area, with In Mould Plastic Decoration which is incorporated in the actual material not applied afterwards.


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