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Default New Husky 350cc 2 Stroke?!

I found this out on another forum.
Sounds like Husqvarna are bringing out a new 350cc 2 stroke enduro weapon?
Listen in at the 2.30 mark.
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sounds awesome
id love a wr300 or a 300exc
wonder how much different the 350 will be from them
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nice, hopefully it wont go the same way as the honda EXP-2
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That'd be bloody right! I knew as soon as I bought a 300 they would announce a new one, bet it has a 6 speed gearbox too...
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Relax twatty, you dont want anything over 300cc anyway. They are hunks of shit to ride in the bush. Before anyone flames me i did used to ride a ktm380 and it was the worst bike i had ever owned. The 300 in my opinion is the perfect size for trail riding and the 200 is the perfect size for racing

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Relax twatty, you dont want anything over 300cc anyway. They are hunks of shit to ride in the bush. Before anyone flames me i did used to ride a ktm380 and it was the worst bike i had ever owned. The 300 in my opinion is the perfect size for trail riding and the 200 is the perfect size for racing

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I also think a 350cc 2 stroke would be too much of a hanfull in the bush, especially in the tight and technichal stuff. My next bike might be a 300 smoker, not sure what brand though. Husky? Ktm? or Husaberg?
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no bike is too much of a handful, its just about how much throttle you use.
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no bike is too much of a handful, its just about how much throttle you use.
From my experiences I know i'll be quicker riding through tight single trail with a 200cc, 250cc and a 300cc 2 stroke or 450cc 4 stroke than what i would be riding a 350 cc 2 stroke... My ideal Enduro bike (for the riding I do) would be a 450 4t or a 300 2t, but hey, that's just me.
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Depends how they port it could be a good thing but could be a pain. 250 2t mxers have more go than the 300 2ts enduro's. The 350 2ts could be easier again to ride
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It could be better it could be worse. Anyones guess really. I won't know till I ride one
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