2010 ktm 300 xcw ignition curve

i know theres a plug under the tank to change the ignition curve just wondering if in the plugged in position (stock ) if its the aggressive curve.

Yes, pluged in full power, unpluged is tamed

I tried the switch and really couldn't tell all that much difference so I took off the switch and reconnected the wires back to stock. I don't do all that much "technical" though.

http://vimeo.com/16129924

Be patient with the vid for some good laughs.

LOL that was painfull to watch,you should never ride alone in that place.You might be better off with your 4stroke,I dont think switching the ignition curve would help you.

LOL that was painfull to watch,you should never ride alone in that place.You might be better off with your 4stroke,I dont think switching the ignition curve would help you.

:smirk::lol::lol: The 300 chugs really good believe it or not. It'll go some places you would think you could never get back out from and climb some hills you might not want to ride back down:lol::lol: I absolutely despise my 450R in that terrain. It stalls very easily and overheats and can be very hard to re-start. Seriously, I tried the ignition mapping dealio on the 300 and didn't notice any difference. :excuseme:

the switch is real handy and noticeable in the tight slippery nasty wet stuff.obviously not as effective in open riding.

Joe

Thanks, Joe. I might put it back on for mountain rides next Summer then.

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