HAESEKER-BUILT KTM 150SX // PASHA’S ENGINE BUILDER SHOOTOUT EP. 1
Pasha Afshar is the man behind the scenes in Southern California that puts up his own money to encourage riders to race two-strokes and win some cash along the way. Pasha took three of his own KTM 150cc two-strokes and called up three different engine builders to work their magic. The parameters of the shootout consisted of Pasha’s personal preferences, just to make sure the playing field was equal. Each bike is using FMF pipes and silencers, VForce4R reeds, Sunoco Maximal fuel, Billetron 38 carburetors, VHM head with the motocross chamber, Rekluse torque drive clutches, Vortex pistons, stock cranks, stock rods and stock CDI’s. As for the other parts, the bikes have Fasst Company Flexx handlebars, Guts RJ Wing Seats, Hoosier tires and more. Which engine builder came up with the best overall package? You’ll have to wait for that video. In Episode 1 we talk about the Jim Haeseker-built KTM 150 two-stroke and how it performed on track. In the next episode we will show you the Twisted Development’s KTM 150 and see how it does!