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looks very .... erm, different and definitely more rugged than the UE version. I wonder why they choose this set of wheels, aren't spoked wheels more rugged and the gold standard in dirt bikes?
 
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If I saw that bike on Craigslist, I'd expect it to cost 1/2 what an OEM scrambler was priced at.

There's this weird perception that other peoples' questionable design decisions add value to a bike. It can happen, but for me, this isn't one of em...
 

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Love what they did with the throttle cabling in front. I think a re-route may be in order on mine at some point... Neat looking bike.
 

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I seriously LOVE this streetfighter look - mean and purposeful - and think it really suits the bike. Whether it's value for money is beside the point. The one thing I'm totally sold on is the tank panel leatherwork and what looks to be a much flatter seat
 

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I cannot see where the seat would be useful for a passenger.
Way too much downhill slope.
Honestly, it seems like it would be a cleaner look to remove the passenger pegs completely.
That fat front knobby tire just looks completely out of place, like the bike should be both wheel drive.
 

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I cannot see where the seat would be useful for a passenger.
Way too much downhill slope.
Honestly, it seems like it would be a cleaner look to remove the passenger pegs completely.
That fat front knobby tire just looks completely out of place, like the bike should be both wheel drive.
Cool story ;)

To each his own!
 

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We need to understand what the cost for an off the shelf scrambler in Thailand is, I am guessing its anyway a lot more than what you pay in the US and UK. For example in India I paid roughly $13500 for my full Throttle which is more than what you pay due to the imports and other duties. So this custom might be a lot closer in price to what a guy in Thailand would pay for a scrambler off the dealership.

As for the design some elements are nice, I like the color scheme, the wheels and the dual sport/enduro tires a lot. Definitely elements here that I dont mind having on my bike. Not a fan of the headlight column.
 
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