Triumph Scrambler

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

  1. Mikey Boy

    Mikey Boy Been here awhile

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    In the few weeks since I picked up the Scram this is what I've done...besides ride the piss outta it!:

    Arrow 2 into 1 with baffle removed of course
    Hagon 370mm trail shocks
    Hagon progressive fork springs
    17T front sprocket
    Rox 2" Risers
    Renthal Street 7/8" High Bar
    Oxford Heaterz Grips
    Zeta hand guards
    Crash bars
    Center stand
    Ram mounts on the lower bar clamp bolts

    What's coming:
    Free Spirit rear brake caliper bracket
    PMR Rack Left side rack
    Blood Brothers quick mount plate for a rotopax or side bag
    Willie and Max left side slanted bag
    Wolfman Blackhawk Tank bag
    Ventura Rack with Mistral
    Dart Flyscreen
    Headlight guard
    Power socket

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  2. Mikey Boy

    Mikey Boy Been here awhile

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  3. b0rderman

    b0rderman Been here awhile

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    Been using one of these for a while now. Does the job well. I usually use it to charge an external battery while riding, and then at night I just charge the phone, etc. off that external battery while I sleep. It's a cheap solution for those that already have a battery tender lead...it's also a cheap solution for those that are willing to invest $2 in a battery tender lead.
  4. manyu

    manyu Adventurer

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    Thanks! Will check it out

  5. Bluesforchallah

    Bluesforchallah Been here awhile

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    Last week I installed one of these LED + relay plug and play kits for the Scrambler as these OEM headlights are shit for light output. I was riding home from Seattle one night with my wife on her Iron 883 behind me and with her headlight (low beam) shining thru me from behind I couldn’t see any light that my bike was throwing out, so I decided right then I needed to do something about it and ordered one of these.

    http://www.cyclopsadventuresports.com/3800-Lumen-H4-LED-Headlight-bulb-_p_83.html



    Tonight I finally had a chance to test it out. I have to say, it's a huge improvement over stock. Unfortunately I don't have any before photo's to compare, but you can see how much light this LED bulb throws out. Its incredible.

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  6. Nerfin

    Nerfin An Adventure thats Knarly

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    Looks like a huge improvement Bluesforchallah. I agree the stock lighting is brutal. I haven't dug into the front headlight and am not sure what is involved with installing the H4 LED. Do you need the relay as well? I'm sure it's as easy as changing a light bulb, just plug and play, but is there anything quirky about the installation? Thanks!
  7. 9.5isCanadian

    9.5isCanadian "Missing a few pieces." Supporter

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    Ditto,
    supper cheap and convenient way to charge USB do-dads
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  8. b0rderman

    b0rderman Been here awhile

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    I've got a cyclops LED on my bike. They just plug right in. Here is my original install ramble from earlier in the thread:

  9. mountain dave

    mountain dave Adventurer

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    Is there any problem using 2inch rox risors and stock bars as far as cable length on a 2014 scrambler
  10. Mikey Boy

    Mikey Boy Been here awhile

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    I think you should be fine. You might have to loosen some cables from their holders/slight re-route but you should be alright. I just put the Risers on with Renthal high bend bars and there is still plenty of play left.
  11. Nerfin

    Nerfin An Adventure thats Knarly

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    Thanks Borderman! Much appreciated. Cheers.
  12. mountain dave

    mountain dave Adventurer

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    Mikey Boy thanks for the help. i will order them today
  13. Gundy

    Gundy Long timer

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    Just mounted them a couple weeks ago. I had to loosen the front brake line from the holder and I also moved the clutch clamp inboard by about a 1/4". Other than that, nothing needed. You will want to check the throttle and clutch for correct tension at both ends of the bar stops.


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  14. Glascelt

    Glascelt Been here awhile

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    Hey ChuBrocka, what year is your Scram? What model of Hagons did you get? Price? Cheers!
  15. Gundy

    Gundy Long timer

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    Just a reminder - if we can get 5 people in on a group buy for Ricor suspension, we'd be eligible for some sort of discount....anyone?
  16. DaSwami

    DaSwami Been here awhile

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    Wow! Just a bulb swap in the stock headlight housing??



  17. Bluesforchallah

    Bluesforchallah Been here awhile

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    yeah, just a bulb swap.
  18. YJake

    YJake Social Distancing Before It Was Cool

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    Just ordered one for a week long trip since I already had a tender pig-tail, thanks.

    -Jake
  19. ChuBrocka

    ChuBrocka Been here awhile

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    She's a 2006. I went with the Hagon 2810s at +10 mm. They were a little over $400 Canadian if I recall correctly. Well worth that price in my opinion.
  20. Rabid Hamster

    Rabid Hamster Adventurer

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    Gundy - what is the Ricor deal?