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New Zard Highmount exhaust installed

Discussion in 'Scrambler Builds' started by nicolas.j.mills, Feb 10, 2017.

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    nicolas.j.mills Member

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    Finally found the perfect exhaust for my build, I think it's just right for the look I've been after. I originally had the Termi exhaust, I bought it before there were very many exhaust on the market. It was a great exhaust but once the Zard came out I had to have it.

    I've been making a few changes this winter , still have a few things on the list to do, but I think it's looking good so far. Let me know what you guys think.
     
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    Looks good, I had the same Zard on my Triumph Scrambler and loved it, it can get pretty hot, is your seat going to be OK? it looks pretty close, maybe a seat cut and infill side panels?
     
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    I'm hoping it will be, I plan on checking the heat out, making sure its not to hot there, I assume Zard has taken the necessary precautions but I'm going to double check myself.
     
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    The plastic side frame covers will be gone soon, I have some Mugello ones on order.
     
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    It would be wise, it would be such a shame to damage that seat.
     
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    Yes, it would I really love my seat, recovered it myself with the seat concepts new foam and cover.
     
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    Looks good. Question about your handlebar cable routing. How did you get rid of the big loop in the brake hose? Replace the cable or creative rerouting?
     
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    That looks great ! Looks like you've routed the clutch cable down the other side of the headlight, I need to do that too.
     
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    Very nice mods!
     
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    Will be interesting to hear how hot that exhaust gets once you've tested it. Also wondering how it would affect the position of pillion rider? I do love the look of that exhaust and I believe they do it in black too.
     
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    How is it?? Does the seat get hot/burned, or your leg?? also how was the install...i was looking the termingnoni and it looked painful to install... this looks a little more plug and play friendly? thanks
     
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