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Old 11-19-2012, 10:00 AM   #16381
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Looking for same advice, just bought a 2012 Scrambler going to install the Arrow 2-1 pipes after 1st service and also was wondering about opening up more airflow etc... on this bike. Does anyone recommend a flash update other then the one from the dealership to adjust the motor for the new pipes and air? How does one go about opening up the bike for more Air flow, I read online some things about removing parts of Air box etc.. but no specifics. So just wondering what brand Hi Flow air filters people are using etc...
Thanks for listening.
I have a 2012 with an Arrow. I am going to do this soon:

You could get the "Breathe", the DNA filter, and the O2 removal kit at the link below. Also, remove the AI while you're at it. And then download the Tune 2 option and istall it using TuneECU.

http://www.triumphtwinpower.com/triu...ccessories.php

You can also remove the airbox baffle and go with Tune 3 instead. The site says if you install these tunes, it will void your warranty. I have had my Scram for one year and I am ready to take the plunge.
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Old 11-19-2012, 05:49 PM   #16382
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Been on advrider for a couple years but new to this thread - pulled the trigger on Friday and traded in my '09 KLR650 on a '13 Scrambler. The wild hair attached to the bike got yanked but now I find I have a whole new crop of wild hairs each with a different accessory attached, There is no end to it as you all know! Anyway, we went out for a taste of dirt yesterday and both came home smiling!

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I'm loving that color scheme.
I'll second that, when the dealer told me the 2013 colours were matt grey I had visions of grey undercoat so I went with gloss black. I zoomed in and she looks nice
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Old 11-20-2012, 06:35 AM   #16383
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Just a quick heads up

Triumph scrambler, thruxton, bonneville Alpina Tubeless

17x5.0 rear rim to be available any time now... price to follow

Also Triumph Tiger to join the fold, more info when i get it
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Old 11-21-2012, 11:29 AM   #16384
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Just a quick heads up

Triumph scrambler, thruxton, bonneville Alpina Tubeless

17x5.0 rear rim to be available any time now... price to follow

Also Triumph Tiger to join the fold, more info when i get it
Are the spokes stainless ?? or steel like the scrambler ??
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Old 11-21-2012, 01:13 PM   #16385
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Are the spokes stainless ?? or steel like the scrambler ??


spokes are carbon steel that are zync coated, so rust free like stainless only stronger
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Old 11-21-2012, 08:50 PM   #16386
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I have a 2012 with an Arrow. I am going to do this soon:

You could get the "Breathe", the DNA filter, and the O2 removal kit at the link below. Also, remove the AI while you're at it. And then download the Tune 2 option and istall it using TuneECU.

http://www.triumphtwinpower.com/triu...ccessories.php

You can also remove the airbox baffle and go with Tune 3 instead. The site says if you install these tunes, it will void your warranty. I have had my Scram for one year and I am ready to take the plunge.
+1 on the above. I have a 2012 Scrambler with the above mods and I highly recommend them!
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Old 11-21-2012, 11:42 PM   #16387
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+1 on the above. I have a 2012 Scrambler with the above mods and I highly recommend them!
Have you done a dyno after? how much hp ?
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Old 11-22-2012, 08:42 AM   #16388
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Howdy,
I bought my 2010 EFI Scrambler used, it had the Arrow 2 into 1 exhaust, a stock airbox and filter with the "flash" from Triumph for the EFI.
It was putting out 50.04 HP & 46.33 ft/lb (rear wheel) with this set-up

Then I installed my Zard cross (exhaust system), K&N , NH bellmouth, airbox baffle removed and PC-V with custom map. Also, I removed my AI system and O2 sensors.

Now it's putting out 55.34 HP & 51.05 ft/lb to the rear wheel.

I am quite happy with my results.

Brad (TT RDHS)

P.S. if I had done a bit more research, I would have gone with the "Breath" bellmouth and the DNA filter.
I think that set up would be slightly better, and maybe slightly less money.
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Old 11-22-2012, 09:24 AM   #16389
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Howdy,
I bought my 2010 EFI Scrambler used, it had the Arrow 2 into 1 exhaust, a stock airbox and filter with the "flash" from Triumph for the EFI.
It was putting out 50.04 HP & 46.33 ft/lb (rear wheel) with this set-up

Then I installed my Zard cross (exhaust system), K&N , NH bellmouth, airbox baffle removed and PC-V with custom map. Also, I removed my AI system and O2 sensors.

Now it's putting out 55.34 HP & 51.05 ft/lb to the rear wheel.



I am quite happy with my results.
D you feel the PC V had much if anything for your improvement?
Was the modification to mapping from the PC V over the stock map or was an upgraded map in place?
Where is the Arrow exhaust hangin out now?
Do you also ride the Austrian orange and black?
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Old 11-22-2012, 09:33 AM   #16390
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D you feel the PC V had much if anything for your improvement?
Was the modification to mapping from the PC V over the stock map or was an upgraded map in place?
Where is the Arrow exhaust hangin out now?
Do you also ride the Austrian orange and black?
The power commander was for the custom map. I really like this guy's work (Mark Ladesma at North Scottsdale Triunph), he is an excellent tuner.
So yes, I feel the completly new map he did played a big part in the improvement.

Sorry, I've already sold the Arrow...

And my srambler is a black one.
(but I do ride a grey and black KTM Superduke)
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Old 11-23-2012, 11:28 PM   #16391
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Remove the fork boots

Have anyone removed the front fork boots, I peeled the fork boot up for a look & the wiper seal is there just like my Thruxton, will the plastic shield from the Thruxton fit the Scrambler fork leg ?

Cheers Terry
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Old 11-24-2012, 02:05 AM   #16392
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Old 11-24-2012, 10:41 AM   #16393
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centerstand fix

This is what i did to solve the centerstand problem so many of us have faced. I replaced the original hardware with some brass bolts i fabricated and used teflon washers to take up the end play. 10,000 miles so far and no problems.

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Old 11-24-2012, 05:58 PM   #16394
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Scram bags, luggage etc...

Looking for luggage opinions... I've looked through the entire thread (165 pages ) Seen some nice options... Was originally thinking metal mules but they're pricey and not completely sure I want boxes. Some really nice tail bag/tank bag combos (wolfman) have some nice bags. Pelicans and ammo cans... Anyone use giant loop basin bag? What are people using for, let's say a moto camping setup on your scrams? Or on a trip?

Thanks in advance
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Old 11-25-2012, 12:14 AM   #16395
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Not much I would change

1 up and all camping equipment included

2 up included camping equipment sufficient for 3 people for 3 weeks on 2 bikes
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