Triumph Scrambler

Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by danger_dave, May 29, 2006.

  1. Kiwi Mo

    Kiwi Mo Been here awhile

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  2. oldroadie

    oldroadie Two wheel addict

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    Mine today:clap

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  3. Av8rPaul

    Av8rPaul Have bike will travel

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    Hurray and congratulations!! Love that color combo
  4. Ctscrambler

    Ctscrambler 2010 Scrambler Black

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    Wow, really looks great, especially with the solo seat and black pipes! Has its own personality for sure!
  5. B02S4

    B02S4 Aye

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    Well bought :thumb
  6. Bugchewer

    Bugchewer Piece of Work

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    Very nice! :nod I do like the black pipes and solo seat as well. I've heard the foam is a little denser and holds up a bit better than the banana seat. I will eventually have the solo on mine. I don't ride 2up on Scram only on my 800XC. Enjoy and ride this weekend LOTS!
  7. eatpasta

    eatpasta Lawnmower Target

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    is anyone bugged by the asymmetry of the bike (pipes specifically).... or is that just me
  8. Boola-Boola

    Boola-Boola Scramblin' Man

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    Not me.

    Lots of motorcycles have assymetry. Not a problem if it looks correct, like it's designed in. Like on the Scrambler.

    Bad assymetry is like when someone takes a machine that was symmetrical by design, modifies it to assymetrical but leaves it looking obvious that it was originally symmetrical. Like when someone takes a machine with an exhaust on each side and replaces those with an exhaust system that just runs down one side but leaves the 'gap' where the exhaust on the other side ran looking all empty.

    Hope that ramble makes sense.
  9. IRideASlowBike

    IRideASlowBike Banned

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    Replaced mine with a Zard low exhaust. Looks, runs, sounds, and handles a ton better. Gets better fuel economy too.
  10. Av8rPaul

    Av8rPaul Have bike will travel

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    If I ever replaced my stock pipes the low Zard is my favorite too. I've got the TORs and really enjoy the sound. This winter I think I'll pull the heatshields and have them ceramic coated black to "lighten" up the presence of all that chrome. The pipes have kind of grown on me, I love how well they shield the heat from my leg.

    I have the engine guards on my bike....it looks like the low Zard precludes the use of these?
  11. xaman

    xaman Been here awhile

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    I too am trying desperately to resist the urge for the low Zard.

    I have Thunderbike pipes and they sound SO good, I have a hard time believing the low Zard could sound better. AND I'm pretty certain I'd have to lose my center stand, which is pretty nice to have in the garage. But then again, between the pipes and the center stand, that's a lot of weight loss.

    Decisions...

    I can pretty much guarantee you that if one popped up second hand at a decent price I'd jump...

    Group buy??? :D
  12. grebmrof

    grebmrof Been here awhile

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    Then maybe you don't like Scramblers, but rather something like a T100 that has nice symmetrical exhausts.
  13. eatpasta

    eatpasta Lawnmower Target

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    no, I love scramblers. I also love both of my CB400F's but hate their asymmetry...... the right side of the bike is gorgeous and the left is boring. but alas, without its particular asymmetry, there would be no famous header pipes....

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    if I ever build a scrambler of my own, I think it would be with low pipes

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  14. ferals5

    ferals5 Long timer

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    It's the way it is...beautiful exhausts are nearly always asymmetric.. the way pipes curl and run together...the 400F would be just another in-line 4 without it.
    From the rear though...symmetric twin outlets nearly always look better.

    A low 2 into 1 does has my interest for the future... but it will need to be...special...
  15. soundcc

    soundcc Been here awhile

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    please, anywhere (on two wheels), but not here
    I want that header image in a large format.
    Did you create such art?
    You got more images like that to share to my head?
    MORE MORE MORE:clap:clap:clap
  16. gk ryder

    gk ryder is this thing on?

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    Time for new bike adventure and this is not a 'didn't get on with the bike' type story.

    In fact had it for 5 years and made me smile every time. But had a couple of other bike options and kinda got the dream happening...

    I would like to thank well all of you...my daily inspiration.

    Especially:
    David Cohen for that brilliant introduction
    Grizz for that mouth watering performance benchmark of a Scram

    And when I thought we were starved of Scrambler videos to show what can be done:
    Rossi and Roadie pioneering the Scrambler for the 21st century
    Ernie eDub Vigil for improving my dating life (or thinking it did improve)
    Johnny Miller for helping put Triumph back on flat track and THAT video
    and the beautiful simplicity of the Scrambler


    Will I be back? Would never say no to a future collectible and perfect everyday ride.

    But another bike has connected with my soul and it's time to keep riding to a different vibe.

    All the best and if anyone wished to get a look like below (tank, fairing, seat, cowl, Thruxton cup bellypan) I have those parts going on fleabay soon or PM me (local pickup from Sydney, Australia preferred) as I sold with the standard Blue/White setup.

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    Ciao Scramblertisti ciao! :cry

    GK Ryder >>>
  17. Boola-Boola

    Boola-Boola Scramblin' Man

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    GK_Ryder,
    Ciao buddy. That's one damn fine 'cheerio' post there.
    Enjoy your new vibe to the max, take care and be sure to drop by sometimes to see how we're all goin' on this one.

    All the best,
    BB
  18. Boola-Boola

    Boola-Boola Scramblin' Man

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    X75 Hurricane too. Among the most gorgeous Triumph models of old (although technically a BSA originally), but as asymmetric as could be.
  19. gseur

    gseur Been here awhile

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    Didn't they sounds too loud?
    Idea of efficient db killer?
  20. gseur

    gseur Been here awhile

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    @ gk_rider : ciao, take care and live your dream :freaky
    My story whith my Scram's just starting.