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I’m looking at getting a new Scrambler, and choosing between the 1100 Pro and the 1100 Tribute Pro.

It looks like the standard 1100 Pro has been discontinued for ‘22 in the US (can anyone confirm?), so I’m looking at a ‘21 1100 Pro now (with a small dealer discount) vs. waiting a few months for a ‘22 1100 Tribute Pro.

Besides the styling changes (color, wheel spokes, etc.) is there any significant difference between the two models? I’m honestly leaning to the slightly more understated ‘21 1100 Pro for looks, but wanted to solicit opinions.

And secondly; I’m planning on having the Termignoni silencers fitted. My previous bike was a 2001 Monster, and the racing exhausts made a huge difference to the feel of the engine, so I’m going to add those right away.

My question is: is it worth also getting the “racing manifolds” upgrade, or will just the silencers alone give the engine that more open feeling I got on my previous Monster? (Or do you have to get the manifolds with the silencers? The “configurator” has them as separate items.)
 

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I’m looking at getting a new Scrambler, and choosing between the 1100 Pro and the 1100 Tribute Pro.

It looks like the standard 1100 Pro has been discontinued for ‘22 in the US (can anyone confirm?), so I’m looking at a ‘21 1100 Pro now (with a small dealer discount) vs. waiting a few months for a ‘22 1100 Tribute Pro.

Besides the styling changes (color, wheel spokes, etc.) is there any significant difference between the two models? I’m honestly leaning to the slightly more understated ‘21 1100 Pro for looks, but wanted to solicit opinions.

And secondly; I’m planning on having the Termignoni silencers fitted. My previous bike was a 2001 Monster, and the racing exhausts made a huge difference to the feel of the engine, so I’m going to add those right away.

My question is: is it worth also getting the “racing manifolds” upgrade, or will just the silencers alone give the engine that more open feeling I got on my previous Monster? (Or do you have to get the manifolds with the silencers? The “configurator” has them as separate items.)
Can confirm- Only the Tribute Pro and the Sport Pro for 2022. I went with the Sport Pro (Winter Add-Ons) A: It was the only one in Alaska B: It had Ohlins....ive always wanted Ohlins..... (otherwise I would have waited).

The racing Termi's have to be used with the racing manifold, unless you want to take it to a shop and have a custom midpipe made. The stock system also has the exhaust valve, the racing manifold does away with that. One of the racing 'parts' has the upmap that your dealer can flash on, apparently that wakes the bike up- may get you closer to the feeling of the Monster. There is a tyoe approved EU version of the slip on Termi's (unsure if they are avail in the US)- more info here: Termignoni Exhaust for 1100


I went with the Comp Werkes exhaust with the silencer. Dropped a ton of weight, amazing sound- and even came with the exhaust servo delete adaptor. No codes thrown after I installed it. With the ducati throttle spacers and the exhaust it def feels more alive.
 
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