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2016 Ducati Scrambler with Zard Full Exhaust MWR Power Up Kit NO RESERVE

  • 2016 Ducati Scrambler with Zard Full Exhaust MWR Power Up Kit NO RESERVE


Price : $3,651(Auction)
Date : October 9, 2017
Condition : Used
Year : 2016
Model : Scrambler
Bike Type : Dual-Purpose
Mileage : 2842
Engine Size : 803
VIN : ML015ANM1GT004767
Location : Mansfield, Pennsylvania, United States

Up for auction is my 2016 Ducati Scrambler Classic.  I purchased the bike new from Kissell Motorsports in State College after watching the Scrambler model develop online the previous year.  I was in the market for an all around bike and was going to purchase a Triumph Scrambler, but saw that Ducati was coming out with their own variant and had to have one.  I’ve had quite a few Ducati’s and I flat out love their styling and attention to detail.  In order to make the bike a true Scrambler I opted for a Zard high mount full exhaust system (it’s their special edition) and then added an Evotech Skid Plate since the exhaust wouldn’t be the lowest point anymore.  The stock handlebars were a bit wide and had a strange pull back so I replaced them with a Renthal set and removed the mirrors.  I installed a CRG bar end mirror on the shifter side to keep things legal. A lot of people love the aluminum rear fender on the classic bikes, but I wanted a more streamlined look so I opted to remove the fender and install a New Rage Customs fender eliminator with LED Signals, LED plate light, and a tucked plate mount.  All I can say about New Rage Customs is that they make some amazing products. The bikes have a restricted airbox from the factory, so in order to take advantage of the full exhaust system I installed a MWR Power Up kit and filter.  The kit opens up the factory airbox by installing two waterproof filters in the tops of the airbox on either side to increase flow to the re usable air filter and sock that comes in the kit.  The kit made a huge difference in overall use of the powerband and has a great sound when you open the throttle up. I changed out the front signals for a set of Rizoma because the stock ones were simply enormous and really not that bright when contrasted with the NRC ones on the rear.  I added a rear axle bobbin/rear wheel protector so I can lift the bike and maintain the chain properly. The most significant change made to the bike and one that simply had to be done in order to use the bike for more than an hour at a time was a change to the seat.  The stock seat with the diamond pattern looked incredible, but was terrible for comfort after riding for over an hour.   I ordered and installed a Seatconcepts seat kit that included new seat foam and a ribbed brown cover.  The cover keeps the vintage look and the new foam in unbelievable.  I can ride the bike for hours on end with no issues at all. I just serviced the bike with a K/N filter and an amsoil oil change so the bike is ready to go. The rear tire is ending it’s lifespan and I’d estimate that it has between 800-1000 miles left in it. I have a few youtube ads I’ll be linking to in the future.  If you have any questions, please feel free to drop me a line. I can help arrange shipping, but payment is the responsibility of the buyer.  On Oct-09-17 at 06:43:15 PDT, seller added the following information: I added a photo of the MWR kit for reference.  It opens the airbox to allow approximately 50 percent more air volume into the intake.

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