Sure it will, but with respect, but what makes you think that having asked about the Termi twin can that is an OEM part for the Scrambler, I'd be interested in just another single can that undoubtedly makes more noise and will certainly require re-packing after not too many miles (unless the Scorpion is constructed any different from all other aftermarket exhausts I've ever had occasion to work with)?A Scorpion wil be much cheaper and probably considerably lighter than the Termi. If you go to Scorpion directly, you may be able to buy their stainless silencer for around £250. Now, how much is the Termi, and what does it weigh?The Scorpion looks good and sounds fine!
Well the seat is certainly not a plank (got those on other bikes), but as you are implying, it is far from comfortable. Not sure how they managed to make it so bad. It really ought to have been possible to make something really comfortable for the Scrambler. I think the problem is that it's too narrow at the front where you sit, so the pressure is concentrated on a smaller area. But I'll worry about that when I get a Scrambler as I intend to do once sold some other bikes and bits. All in good time. :eagerness:As you please. Ducati fits, as OEM, poor suspension at both ends and a plank for a seat. Other Forum members have mentioned problems with Termis ( though I have never had cause to complain about them on other Ducatis) but if you are not interested in what appears to be a realistic alternative, good luck with your choice.
I have tried the Icon and an FT and the seat of the FT was certainly better. Be interesting to see how different are the Classic and Urban Enduro seats. Are they the same do you know (apart from patterning on the top)?I put the FT seat on my Icon and never looked back, much more comfortable for my weight,
I just like the look of the FT Termi, from when I first saw it. And being OEM means fully legal, quiet enough and engine should still run fine. I'm not looking for something that requires messing with the fuelling just to get it to run right. Have enough of that with other bikes. If I want noise and light weight, I could probably cobble something together from all the bits I have lying around. But I really like the FT Termi.Ken,
The Full Throttle Termi is truly a wonderful sounding exhaust, but pricy for sure. As for Scorpion, per their website they claim no re-packing required, same for Remus, I believe. Just in case that helps in the decision making.
And of course they are often wet in Wales. Over the years I've done a lot of trail riding in Wales. Where are you based Simon? Are you an off-road rider? TRF? Does the Monk's Trod mean anything to you?...You still get dirty with the Classic rear fender when the roads are wet (I also have a PB hugger fitted)...
I used to start out from Rogerstone where a friend lived. I always envied his ability to ride off from his front door on the bike. I always had to trailer it somewhere first. Lots of good riding from there and up to and around Rhayader and Elan Valley.I am from Blackwood - not far from Newport
Yes, a lot was lost some years ago, all over the country. Under the guise of 'protecting the countryside' the legitimate routes were decimated. Great rides like the aforementioned Monks's Trod been closed to motorised traffic for years now. In all the years I rode it, I only ever saw anyone else on there once and that was an SAS training platoon/squadron, whatever they call them. Horizontal hail I called it. Dreadful conditions, but we've been banned to allow everyone else to enjoy it without the bikes. Er, like who. NO-ONE ever went there except the bikers. It's part of why I gave up riding off road, but I fancy some gentle green laneing on a Scrambler.They really have clamped down on off road activities around with me.