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Hello Scrambler Riders,

We're happy to announce that we now have a

HICAP•SCDC

High Capacity • Sealed Current Distribution Circuit

for the full line of Scambler bikes.

The HICAP•SCDC is an upgraded starting circuit that enables your bike to start in 1 second or less.

We make over 100 different kits to fit all the European bikes. We've sold over 5,000 of the kits to riders in over 56 different countries. It is the world standard in an uprated starting circuit.

Along with the launch of the new kit we have a special promo - order the kit off the link below and you'll receive a Motolectric Tune Up Kit (MTUK) free of charge. This kit has 3 high tech chemical products and specialized cleaning tools that are the best available (see linked page below for details).

Starting upgrade for Ducati Scrambler motorcycles

We've been asked for a kit for the bikes for some time but working around the complicated positive terminal took some time.

Email us direct or reply to the thread if you have any questions.

Ride Safe!

M./

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just have to try it, to tell you the truth.
my neighbor who has the Hypermotard SP, does really have problems when starting his bike despite installing a new battery. He wanted to order a kit for his bike and I just order both at the same time.
I will keep you posted.
 

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Well, there's a large body of evidence that if your bike does not start in 1 second or less that putting off upgrading the starting circuit will just result in larger expenditures down the road.

So, we do have a significant percentage of our sales going to riders who are pro-active as to maintenance issues.

Once the starting begins to slow down it just puts more and more load on the the expensive components in the starting system;

starter motor
solenoid
sprag clutch
battery

changing those out at a dealership is close to $1,000.

Due to all of the variables in the equation, there are riders who have their bikes start in a blink while there are others who have to crank it around for quite a while before things fire up.

If your bike *could* start in 1 second or less but instead takes 4 seconds that is 300% unneeded added wear on the starting components.

Below is a before and after page of bikes in the field. All of these were done by the individual owners on their own initiative, to document the benefit they were receiving from the HICAP•SCDC kit.

Motolectric HICAP Starting / Starter Upgrade Example Results

Hope this helps.

M./
 
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