Husqvarna launches TE 300 Pro, FE 350 Pro as enduro range expands

Husqvarna has launched a new 'Pro' line of its enduro range, with a new FE 350 Pro four-stroke and TE 300 Pro two-stroke. Both are already available.

Husqvarna FE 350 Pro

The Pierer Mobility Group loves a special edition, and for Husqvarna that means a new ‘Pro’ offshoot of its enduro range in 2024.

Derived from the standard FE 350 and TE 300, respectively, the FE 350 Pro and TE 300 Pro are both new additions to Husqvarna’s enduro line-up for the 2024 model year, and both feature new frames, subframes, bodywork, suspension, brakes, and some engine refinements.

The suspension features revisions at both ends, with a new piston at the rear and closed cartridge forks at the front from WP’s XACT range. The forks also feature a hydrostop in the final 68mm of the stroke in order to maintain momentum.

The graphics are also new, and primarily grey, which Husqvarna says is “Swedish-inspired”. The brakes are a combination of Galfer discs and Brembo callipers. The Italian company also supplies the hydraulic clutch. 

Excel Takasago rims are a part of what Husqvarna calls a “Factory Racing wheel set”, and the seat is competition-inspired, too, with its profile featuring additional ribs over the standard version.

The polyamide skid plate also offers protection to the linkage, and protection for both the front and rear brake discs. Staying at the wheels, specifically the rear wheel, the rear sprocket is supplied by Supersprox.

Moving back to the front, and up to the bars, this is a ProTaper unit, and features ODI grips.

The same two-stroke engine technology as found on the standard enduro bikes for this year, such as Throttle Body Injection (TBI) is present on the TE 300 Pro, while both models get a multifunctional switch to choose between engine maps. On the FE 350 Pro, the switch is also used to activate the traction control and quickshifter.

2024 Husqvarna FE 350, TE 300 Technical Highlights

  • New competition-inspired graphics
  • Brembo hydraulic clutch and brake systems
  • Galfer brake discs front and rear
  • WP XACT Closed Cartridge front forks offer more progressive end-of-stroke damping
  • WP XACT rear shock design with CFD-optimised main piston and tool-free adjusters
  • New Factory Racing wheel-set with Excel Takasago rims
  • New competition seat cover with additional ribs
  • Polyamide skid plate with added linkage protection
  • Front and rear brake disc protector
  • Supersprox rear sprocket
  • Soft compound ODI handlebar grips
  • 2-stroke engine features TBI technology
  • 350cc DOHC 4-stroke engine provides class-leading power and torque
  • Quickshift sensor providing seamless up-shifting on the FE 350 Pro
  • Multifunctional Map Select Switch on both models, which also activates the Quickshifter and Traction Control on the FE 350 Pro
  • Offroad Control Unit (OCU)
  • High-performance LED headlight unit
  • ProTaper handlebar
  • Electric starter powered by a Li-Ion 2.0 Ah battery

Head to the Husqvarna website to find out more, and to locate your nearest dealer, where the new Pro enduro models are already available.

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