KTM 300 EXC-E 2017        

Rider Weight in Kilograms:

Ideal Fork Rate: kg/mm

Ideal Shock Rate: kg/mm


Stock Fork Spring Rate: 0.430 kg/mm


Offroad


Ideal Rider Weight 73 kg


2 Stroke Engine 300 cc


WP Reservoir Removal Tool 2 Pin Type

WP Reservoir Removal Tool 2 Pin Type

93-046-00

$60.50

Shock Preload Collar Spanner

Shock Preload Collar Spanner

93-015-00

$28.60

Shock Oil Seal Showa/KYB/WP 18x30x5

Shock Oil Seal Showa/KYB/WP 18x30x5

22-406-00

$27.50

Shaft Clamp 20 24 28mm

Shaft Clamp 20 24 28mm

93-004-02

$96.80

Piston Ring 46x8.0 WP

Piston Ring 46x8.0 WP

22-387-00

$75.00

Fork Seal Driver Kit

Fork Seal Driver Kit

93-009-00

$258.50

Fork Oil Seal 48id x 58od x 9.3 KYB PSF

Fork Oil Seal 48id x 58od x 9.3 KYB PSF

24-884-03

$22.00

Fork Oil Level Tool

Fork Oil Level Tool

93-002-00

$49.50

48mm id x 58mm od x 8.5mm height - KYB

48mm id x 58mm od x 8.5mm height - KYB

24-832-00

$38.50

20-070 Motorcycle Shock Spring
RRP $242.00
19-210 Motorcycle Fork Springs
RRP $218.90
Shaft Clamp 10 12 12.5 14 16 18mm

Shaft Clamp 10 12 12.5 14 16 18mm

93-004-01

$96.80

Fork Bleeder Tool Set

Fork Bleeder Tool Set

93-007-00

$110.00

Bushing Driver Set

Bushing Driver Set

93-118-00

$174.90

48mm KYB Fork Dust Seal

48mm KYB Fork Dust Seal

24-885-00

$26.40

18mm Dust Seal Late- WP

18mm Dust Seal Late- WP

22-445-00

$38.50

With its simple and unique Link-less rear suspension, it is light and quick reacting, but it's tricky to tune so needs a lot of knowledge and experience to get the most out of it. We've found that changing the springs can make big differences, and have developed a huge range of both linear and progressive springs to fit the WP PDS Shock.
Forks
A WP fork, it was initially a 43mm fork up to 2002, then a 48mm. The early forks were great for their time but were very under sprung by modern standards, normally in the 0.40 to 0.42kg/mm range for the 4 strokes. We did a lot of work on them at the time, and they can be brought up to a high standard with dyno work and our specially developed hi-flow pistons to cater for the 14mm damper shafts high displacement.
Shock - First Gen PDS - 1999-2007
This was the First Generation of the PDS rear, and was often maligned for its "Pilot Discharge System" character. A lot of this came from the very soft spring rates though, not the dampening. We started manufacturing Progressive and linear shock springs for the WP PDS back in 2004, before moving onto our tapered wire springs in 2006. We still keep the heavier P20, P25 and P30 shock springs for the early PDS.
We have run the old PDS shocks on he dyno, and they can be made to work with not much fuss.
  • WP PDS Shock Revalve & Service. The rebound needles can seize in these early shocks so they are part of any routine shock service for us, adding a little cost compared with japanese built shocks like Kayaba and Showa. We also put in specific settings for your weight and how you intend to use the bike.

    Price $
    New Shock Spring Approx $200.00

Shock - Second Gen PDS - 2008-2011
With the Second Generation PDS, a change in shock angle meant a lighter rate shock spring must be used. The shock was improved over the earlier version with a Hi/Lo adjuster, and a revised rebound mechanism, however it was still prone to seizing.
The shock is often described as harsh, but we have specific force targets to achieve on our shock dyno that are proven to take the harsh feel out of the PDS, without replacing pistons and telescopic needles and adding to the cost.
  • WP PDS Shock Revalve & Service. We disassemble the rebound adjuster on every service, and we keep the rebound adjusters in stock as it's common to find them snapped off in the shock clevis. We even have a jig to drill the broken adjusters out.

    Price $
    New Shock Spring Approx $200.00


XPlor (USD 48mm OD)

WP XPlor (USD 48mm OD)


Preload Adjuster

Preload Adjuster


22 Clicks

Compression Adjuster 22 Clicks


20 Clicks

Rebound Adjuster 20 Clicks


Internal

Top Out Type Internal


25 in-lb (0.29 kgf-m)

Compression Nut Torque 25 in-lb (0.29 kgf-m)


295 mm

Fork Travel 295 mm


44.3 mm

Fork Tube Inner Diameter 44.3 mm


48mm id x 20mm height x 1.0mm thick

Inner Bush Dimensions 48mm id x 20mm height x 1.0mm thick


48mm od x 12mm height x 2.0mm thick

Outer Bush Dimensions 48mm od x 12mm height x 2.0mm thick


43.4 mm

Fork Spring Large Outer Diameter 43.4 mm


43.4 mm

Fork Spring Small Outer Diameter 43.4 mm


30.0

Number of Coils 30.0


505 mm

Spring Free Length 505 mm


31.9 mm

Spring Guide Outer Diameter 31.9 mm


4.2 N

Spring Rate - Claimed 4.2 N


0.430 kg/mm

Spring Rate - Measured 0.430 kg/mm


4.97 mm

Spring Wire Diameter 4.97 mm


482.5 mm

Set Length 482.5 mm


5

Fork Oil Weight 5


110+10-20mm

Fork Oil Level 110+10-20mm


2 Litres

Oil Quantity 2 Litres


46mm ID - PDS

WP 46mm ID - PDS


No

Shock Linkage No


Progressive Springs Available

Progressive Springs Available


20 Clicks

Compression Adjuster 20 Clicks


2 1/2 Turns

Compression Adjuster - High Speed 2 1/2 Turns


24 Clicks

Rebound Adjuster 24 Clicks


150 psi

Nitrogen Pressure 150 psi


5 Weight

Shock Oil 5 Weight


7 mm

Piston Height 7 mm


100 mm

Shock Travel 100 mm


18 mm

Shock Shaft Outer Diameter 18 mm


16 mm

Shock Shaft Outer Diameter at Valve 16 mm


151 mm

Shock Shaft Chrome Length 151 mm


210 mm

Shock Shaft Overall Length 210 mm


M16 x 1.0

Shock Shaft Nut Thread M16 x 1.0


White

OEM Spring Colour White


250 mm

Spring Free Length 250 mm


63.5 mm

Shock Spring Large Inner Diameter 63.5 mm


63.5 mm

Shock Spring Small Inner Diameter 63.5 mm


61.3 mm

Shock Collar Large Outer Diameter 61.3 mm


275 mm

Spring Maximum Set Length 275 mm


235 mm

Spring Minimum Set Length 235 mm


0.000825

Slope of Spring Formula 0.000825


0.282

Y Intercept of Spring Formula 0.282