2008 Triumph Scrambler (low pipes) NC

Thrux181

Scooter
Performance Upgrades

Carrozzeria wheels (18 front 17 rear)
Bitubo front fork cartridges
KYB rear shocks w/Race Tech Springs
D&D full exhaust system with baffles
Air box carve with Uni Pods and 145 mains
Triumph tachometer

Norman Hyde rear sets (mid length)
Grab rail (Plastidip not so great)
Skid plate
Two windshields
Hand guards with Touratech extensions

Rattle can paint job (reason for low price)
Triumph tank cover and side panels

Other
12000 miles time for valve check
Counter sprocket seal seeping
More stuff included
List and better pictures for serious inquires
$ 6500.00


Also have Kendon single trailer $ 1000.00
 

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Thrux181

Scooter
Price reduced.

$6200.00 Included with the bike is a Corbin seat and new rear tire.

I also have the original lime green/ silver tank I can switch out. Will also throw in the original rear silver fender. A silver front fender and black side panels would put it close to the original paint scheme.

I also have just about everything to put it back to stock to use for negotiation.

Thanks,
Bill
 

Thrux181

Scooter
This bike is much lighter than a stock scrambler. The weight is lower with out the stock pipes with out losing ground clearance. Also thanks Flaco and Nat
 

Thrux181

Scooter
Thanks LMT.

I want to make it clear to everyone. This is a Scramber with 270 motor.

I got the last of the 18 front wheels. They were close to $2000.

With the stock parts (including the stock wheels) some one could make it any way they want it, sell the rest and make a profit.

Thanks,
Bill
 

Thrux181

Scooter
I've had many inquires about the paint job. This is not a runny mess. I wanted a satin finish but it came out more flat. It is smooth and has not runs.

I don't like shine and chrome. To much work.

If you are really interested I can take close ups of the paint job and Email them.
 

Thrux181

Scooter
Will throw in the high stock exhaust. Also a pair of shorty mufflers if you wish to keep the performance up.

Thanks,

Bill
 

Thrux181

Scooter
Thanks Guys,

I set it up to run good on the road and the forest roads close to me.

I'm starting to think that, if some one wants a scrambler, they want it to look like a scrambler with high pipes.

Bill
 

Thrux181

Scooter
Update

OK. for $6000.00 I'll include the following. You could sell these things and pay for a paint job and or pick up a used arrow exhaust.

STOCK WHEELS

STOCK EXHAUST (Included with shorty mufflers)

STOCK REAR SHOCKS (Not shown)

HAGON REAR SHOCKS

STOCK KRZ SPRINGS (Not shown)

HYPERPRO PROGRESSIVE FRONT FORK SPRINGS

STOCK HANDLE BARS ( M BARS RENTECH BARS Not shown)

LEFT AND RIGHT SIDE COVERS (PAINTED GREEN) LEFT ONE STOCK SCRAM W/DECAL

STOCK RIGHT SIDE COVER

STOCK MOUNTING FOR FOOT PEGS, SHIFTER AND BRAKE (Minus one peg)

STOCK REAR FENDER

STOCK TURN SIGNAL SIGNALS (WIRES CUT SHORT) (Not shown)

STOCK AIR BOX W/TWO K&N FILTERS (Not shown)

MEMPHIS SHADES DEMON WINDSHEILD (in previous listing)

STOCK 18 TOOTH SPROCKET
 

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Roger

Street Tracker
Wow! Unbelievable that this bike has not sold yet. Here's a thought. Take it off any local listings you might have for two weeks. Relist it at $7500.00 with the stock stuff and see what happens. Maybe people are thinking, "There's got to be something wrong with such a low price."

It's that time of year. I don't know the demographics of your area but there has to be someone looking. Good luck.
 

Thrux181

Scooter
Thanks Roger,

You might have a point. In the early 80's I bought a Cessna 150 for $5500. Had it a couple of years and then put it up for sale for $7500. Some people thought the same but I was just trying to move it.

Bill
 
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