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Anyone ever used Zard exhausts? I quite like the look of the one they've done for the Scrambler and was considering getting one.
My cousin burned his leg about 3 or 4 times on a triumph scrambler, even with heat shield. different bike though...



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Though I worry about the high exhausts sticking out so far and burning my leg, anyone ever had this problem with them?
My cousin did on a triumph scrambler 3 or 4 times. diff bike though...
 

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Definitely a sweet looking exhaust setup. But like all the above, it would be very inconvenient to burn my leg going for a casual evening ride in shorts. You would have to wear jeans for the most part.. I wonder how hot the exhaust gets though.
 

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Anyone ever used Zard exhausts? I quite like the look of the one they've done for the Scrambler and was considering getting one.



SCRAMBLER DUCATI EXHAUST BY ZARD - Zard

Though I worry about the high exhausts sticking out so far and burning my leg, anyone ever had this problem with them?
The heat shields will stop you burning your leg; they work well on every bike I've had em on.

That system seems over large to me; it overpowers the rest of the styling IMO. I think the accessory listed Termigoni high pipe is better re styling.

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The best part about the system is that the back pipe is not low to the ground. It's the only one I've seen where they have worked around getting the rear pipe routed correctly.

I don't care for the looks of the muffler at all though.

Honestly, a dual exhaust with a muffler on each side like the Monsters would look great to me.
 

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The best part about the system is that the back pipe is not low to the ground. It's the only one I've seen where they have worked around getting the rear pipe routed correctly.

I don't care for the looks of the muffler at all though.
I agree, mostly, but I don't want the monster exhaust either. The Zard muffler IS too big, but the plumbing is in the right place. Wonder if the Termi can fits the Zard header?
 

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Its the brushed one with the black heatshield. it sounds absolutely awesome without the baffles, even with baffles in its fantastic.
here is a short video i did with my gopro (baffles are in). didnt had enough time yet for more (but will do):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Kl1HWvw0nU

mounting isnt very hard, mostly self explanatory. but it definitely gets hotter on your leg, keep that in mind.
 
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