With its “post-heritage” design, the Ducati Scrambler provides a contemporary take on a classic. The bike received more pre-release hype than most, and was an immediate hit once unveiled in September 2014.Available in four versions – Icon, Urban Enduro, Full Throttle and Classic – the 2015 Ducati Scrambler arrives with the oil-cooled 803cc L-twin two-valve Desmodue engine transplanted from the Ducati Monster 796.
The UK-based Scorpion Exhausts were the first to release a new exhaust for the Ducati Scrambler that not only adds horsepower, but sheds 10.14 lbs. over the standard exhaust. On the Scorpion Exhaust dynos, the stock Ducati Scrambler produces 67.67 horsepower, but with the added slip-on exhaust (minus the flute and DB killer), horsepower was 70.18.The Ducati Scrambler Scorpion Exhaust is based on the company’s Serket Taper silencer, which is produced in three different finishes: brushed Stainless Steel, Carbon Fiber and Satin Titanium.Following are the prices for each Ducati Scrambler Scorpion Exhaust slip-ons:
This week Teejay chats to Tyler Poppe. Tyler works on the TV show Mayans MC–and yet he doesn’t ride an American V-Twin. Wassup with that?? Also, Arthur finds out from friend Mike Cardillo about his thoughts on the full-size version of the Kawasaki KLX 140R F trail bike.