Husqvarna TE 250 Meo Replica

Husqvarna TE 250 Meo Replica

Husqvarna TE 250 Meo ReplicaThe Paul Feeney Group is pleased to announce the arrival of the eagerly anticipated Enduro World Championship winning TE 250 Meo Replica.

The Meo Replica has been limited to only 100 units worldwide and the Australian market allocation has experienced strong demand with only a small number still available.

The high demand is a direct result of the outstanding specification level of the Meo Replica and the very attractive price point of $12995.00 MSRP (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price) excluding dealer and statutory charges.

The fortunate few purchasers of the new TE 250 MEO Replica will receive an outstanding racing machine equipped with the highest quality components derived from Husqvarna’s competition experience.

Engine performance is enhanced by the addition of a Leo Vince full titanium racing exhaust with carbon muffler end cap plus carbon fibre header pipe and muffler heat shields.

Husqvarna TE 250 Meo Replica

The front suspension consists of Kayaba forks with sealed cartridges derived from the motocross range providing outstanding response in the toughest conditions, while the CNC triple clamps offers additional strength with reduced mass and adjustable offset for improved steering response.

The bike is equipped with a range of dedicated special parts to both enhance the rider comfort and control plus the additional benefits of weight reduction:

•Footrest in light material and wider section,
•Engine guard in aluminium,
•Fuel tank cap in ergal
•Oil tank cap in aluminum.
The Husqvarna racing- handlebar protection pad, the Dalla Valle seat with anti slip cover and, obviously, the limited edition Antoine Meo factory racing sticker kit, complete the equipment list of a bike with no compromises, dedicated to all riders who live to succeed.

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