Enhanced with multiple Technical Accessories to unlock further performance and boost durability, the TE 300 Pro Series makes hard enduro easy. A highly competitive machine in its standard form, the new model is equipped with a competition-focused list of upgrades all replied upon by Husqvarna Factory Racing's Billy Bolt. Powered by an engine that is fuelled using Throttle Body Injection (TBI) for best-in-class rideability, the TE 300 Pro Series is complete with distinctive grey and white graphics to signify its exceptional offroad prowess.
A truly distinctive grey and white colour scheme dramatically sets the Pro model apart from the standard machine. For a long-lasting and scratch resistant finish, the graphics are applied to the ergonomic bodywork using an in-mold process, which embeds the design into the plastics.
A new and transparent 8.5 litre fuel tank fits neatly within the ergonomic bodywork. The fuel pump is new and features and integrated filter for improved supply, with the fuel line positioned to be less exposed and susceptible to any potential damage.
The proven chromium molybdenum steel frame is refined for 2024. A new shock mounting, which is no longer connected to the main tube, significantly improves the anti-squat behaviour of the chassis. With optimised wall thickness in high stress ...
Made from 60% polyamide and 40% aluminium, the new subframe offers exceptional strength and durability at a low overall weight of just 1.8 kg. The lower subframe spars and frame mounts are manufactured from cast aluminium for significantly improved reliability, with the upper section made from injection-molded polyamide to enable specific flex characteristics.
The 300cc 2-stroke engine in the TE 300 Pro Series is the flagship model of the Husqvarna Motorcycles enduro range. With the introduction of Throttle Body Injection (TBI) for 2024, the engine delivers improved torque while maintaining its high-revving two-stroke character. Designed to be more compact to reduce overall weight, a total saving of over 1.2 kg when compared to the previous generation underlines the ongoing development of this popular machine. Additionally, the shaft arrangements inside the TE 300 Pro Series engine are precisely positioned for greater mass centralisation while a counter balancer shaft reduces vibration.
Designed to be low in weight without sacrificing strength or reliability, the new crankcases are made using a high-pressure die cast production process to create a thin-wall design. To centralise engine mass, the shaft arrangements are precisely positioned to harness rotating masses at the ideal centre of gravity.