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Hey All!

New to the forum, thought I'd post some of the few mods I've done to my Classic Scrambler. I've had my bike just over a year now in stock form and thought it was time to make her my own!

So far-
Rear fender delete with New Rage Cycles eliminator kit. The LED turn signals are super bright and very discrete.
Rizoma Spy R bar-end mirror 60mm (the crown jewel).
Competition Werkes Slip-On (no silencer). Exceptional quality and monstrous sound. DO YOU SEE THAT WELD JOB??

Thought I'd share some photos! Enjoy!
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Nah, I haven't had a single problem with it. It feels a little hotter if you're sitting at a standstill (but really, what motorcycle doesn't) and because I'm in Los Angeles where its still 85-90 degrees every day it will always feel like my legs are roasting. I'm actually considering wrapping my exhaust pipes to fight some of it off. I heard it makes a huge difference.
 

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I haven't had an issues with it running too lean and I'm not fearful of it. I did not remap the ecu.
I've only read about other Scrambler owners concerns about it and so far no one has come out to say they're engines are ruined because of an aftermarket exhaust.
 

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I haven't had an issues with it running too lean and I'm not fearful of it. I did not remap the ecu.
I've only read about other Scrambler owners concerns about it and so far no one has come out to say they're engines are ruined because of an aftermarket exhaust.

as you see, I've eliminated a lot. So would love to get rid of the CAT
 

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The bike looks good with the stock system. But now I'm even happier with my new setup.
I just need to find a couple other things to add :)
 

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Welcome! I definitely don't miss the engine heat when I was in SoCal. Winter is hopefully coming, so you'll enjoy the warmth when it does cool down.
 
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