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    Picked up a Scrambler this weekend.

    And LOVE IT! I was looking at much faster machines, but the Scrambler completely threw me. It's so much fine to blast around on. Looking forward to making a few modifications and the rest of the summer! Didnt want to get on my GSA to go to work today
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    they are a great little runaround such a fun bike

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    I see someone has already spunked a load on that Arrow
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    Very nice too!

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    Lovely bike, I recently bought a Bonnie and love riding it.

    Take a look www.tecbikeparts.com for starters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crotchrocket View Post
    And LOVE IT! I was looking at much faster machines, but the Scrambler completely threw me. It's so much fine to blast around on. Looking forward to making a few modifications and the rest of the summer! Didnt want to get on my GSA to go to work today
    Are 'we' feeling a little vlog coming on?

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    Looks good - my priorities would be suspension and getting rid of the original tail light

    Also well worth a look here http://www.triumphtwinpower.com/triu...ccessories.php
    Paul S

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    Current Bikes: BMW Scrambler X & KTM 1190 S Adventure

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    I really like the look of that.

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    cheers chaps! Already ordered some bits for this weekends play time...

    Mirror bolt bungs, to remove the stock mirrors and bar end mount mirrors
    Tail tidy and wiring loom
    front indicator relocation bracket
    a set of black bullet indicators.
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    its pretty nuts, shoots flames!

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    Looks better with the tail tidy and some new indicators!


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    Has the tail tidy done away with rear reflector?
    Quote Originally Posted by crotchrocket View Post
    Looks better with the tail tidy and some new indicators!


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    Quote Originally Posted by crotchrocket View Post
    Looks better with the tail tidy and some new indicators!

    Subjective ?

    Don't get caught in any rain either
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Yeah that is a bit of a down side! A rooster tail of water soaking my back . Ah well, all good fun.
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    Picked up a Scrambler this weekend.

    Quote Originally Posted by crotchrocket View Post
    Yeah that is a bit of a down side! A rooster tail of water soaking my back . Ah well, all good fun.
    Form before function every time!

    It looks brill'

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    I absolutely love that exhaust!

    Great looking bike.

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