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Yea, yea, I know we haven't seen anything that lets us know what we are working with yet, but does anybody have any ideas about what to do with the Scrambler after market?

I just saw this Akrapovic Evolution Line Exhaust and thought it looked pretty gnarly.




I would also consider getting a custom paint job. Find a great artist or something to decorate it up nice and then cap it off with the chrome.
 

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Yea, yea, I know we haven't seen anything that lets us know what we are working with yet, but does anybody have any ideas about what to do with the Scrambler after market?

I just saw this Akrapovic Evolution Line Exhaust and thought it looked pretty gnarly.



I would also consider getting a custom paint job. Find a great artist or something to decorate it up nice and then cap it off with the chrome.
Not sure if thats going to fit the Scrambler, the picture its shown with is a 1199 Panigale S. Id like to see some aftermarket high pipes along the lines of this..



its a custom Ducati Tracker but still gorgeous...

or THESE BEASTS

 

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The high pipes are cool too. I just think that I want to change the exhaust pipes generally. They haven't been doing it for me from what I've been seeing.

Would you get them in black like the picture, or in chrome?
 

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I might play with the shocks a bit to get the ride feel just right, but other than that I think I am going to keep the Scrambler as is. Depends a bit on what it ends up looking like. If there is some glaring ugly feature of the bike, I may have to deal with that. I will also likely get a top case of saddle bags so that I can carry stuff around on it.
 

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Got to love how akropokiv exhaust systems look and sound, i just wish they would come in a matte black, for that 1199 it would flow very well
 

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Yea, yea, I know we haven't seen anything that lets us know what we are working with yet, but does anybody have any ideas about what to do with the Scrambler after market?

I just saw this Akrapovic Evolution Line Exhaust and thought it looked pretty gnarly.




I would also consider getting a custom paint job. Find a great artist or something to decorate it up nice and then cap it off with the chrome.
That is some serious craftsmanship right there. well that Akrapovic for you. Looks like there is a Helmholtz resonator at the end there to smoothen out the sound. I dont know if this would be something seen on the scrambler though. But you never know.
 

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The Scrambler may come with an awesome exhaust system stock, but I think that there are so many different things you can do with the exhaust that I am going to be tempted to customize it. If the exhaust isn't high-mounted I will start with that. And even if it is, I will be looking into what my options are for upgrading the exhaust. I want to have a serious rumble.
 

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Yeah for sure I can see it too. The scrabler will be that weekend warrior that everyone wants to look good.
 

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Yeah for sure I can see it too. The scrabler will be that weekend warrior that everyone wants to look good.
Not only that but it should hopefully have a classy appearance to it that even riding it through the city in high end area's it will look like it just fits in
 

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If not mentioned already, TAIL TIDY. Almost every new bike needs it, I have a feeling the Scrambler won't be left out.
And if it has ugly mirrors, that will have to go too
 

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there will likely also be people fitting dual purpose tires on the scrambler for some all purpose riding. since thats what the original scrambler was meant for.
 

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It might even show up with dual sport tires... I'll probably consider a bikini fairing just to cut down wind during longer highway rides...
 

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It might even show up with dual sport tires... I'll probably consider a bikini fairing just to cut down wind during longer highway rides...
would a bikini faring even make that much of a difference when riding on the highway? plus how long would you be on the highway and how often?
 
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