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Hey Everyone. I am turning my 2015 Full Throttle into a full blown road racer. I have a lot of stock take off parts that would be useful to someone that has been in a collision, lost their keys, or maybe made some mistakes tinkering with their Scrambler.

I am now in the process of building what I hope will be the baddest Scrambler ever. Motor has a lightened 796 crank with Carrillio rods and high comp pistons. Well massaged heads with over size valves, lightweight flywheel, and bumping the displacement to 868cc to fall right in line with the maximum displacement for the classes I wish to race. We have mounted 848 Triples with Ohlins forks, rolling on an 899 Front wheel. This bike is all race, never going back to street. I need some funds to push the project along, so offering stock take off parts.

Here are a couple teaser pics of the build

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All parts taken off a 2015 Full Throttle with 956 miles on it. Bike had never been crashed. I took a perfectly good bike and ripped into a million pieces.

Willing to negotiate prices and ship worldwide. I have other stuff I did not take the time to photo or list. Need something else, just ask.


forks $1000
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front caliper $250
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front rotor $150
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front wheel $400
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seat $175
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triple clamps $400
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Looking forward to this completed build! What kind of ECU or equivalent do you run? Im guessing you'll also be stripping the ABS system off. I'd like to strip all the fluff and extras off mine down to bare minimum cafe racer style but i know pulling the ABS system causes all kinds of electrical issues with the ECU, lights etc.. Any insight into your wiring would be great! Good luck with the build and on the track.
 
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