- Brat Style, Scrambler, Tracker
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- London, UK
- Days listed:
- 11 days
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For Sale Triumph Scrambler 2013 Street Tracker
I’ve been working away so much, I’m really not getting the use out of my bikes, so I think for the time being I need to thin my garage a little.
This is my 2013 Triumh Scrambler that I’ve had from new and a lot of fun descrambling and customising into more of a street tracker. Where do I start? First off it’s got less than 2000 miles on it, full Triumph service history (at Metropolis – don’t judge me!) and has pretty much only seen dry miles. Just been MOT’d a couple of months ago.
In terms of customisation, there’s an extensive list, but I’ll pull out the major stuff.
K-Tech razor piggy-back shocks (£1,000) on the rear – fully adjustable for preload and rebound. Preload adjustment, lowering and progressive springs in the front forks.
Motogadget Mini speedo, re-routing of wiring, M-Tri connector (to talk to Triumph ECU), M-blaze bar end indicators front and mini Motogadget rear indicators. Smaller Bates headlamp
Untitled Motorcycles made changes to rear subframe and there’s a minimal bolt on/off rear grab handle and pannier supports – so you can go from 2-up with day away luggage to stripped back, no pillion cruising.
New Mass 2 into 1 exhaust coated in Zirtech ceramic – matt black. Airbox removal (British Customs kit) and secondary air induction. K&N cone filters added and custom made side covers with mesh cut outs. New DID gold chain
It’s been on the dyno at the legendary Bob Farnham’s and tuned for the current set up.
New billet levers, British Customs tail tidy, LSL handlebars and mirror, LSL footpegs – rider and pillion, new chain guard, Joker customs steering stem nut and s.s. petrol cap. Most bolts replace with black anodised s.s. New Triumph front brake reservoir.
Standard rims, powder coated and replaced with Stainless Steel spokes (by Bob Farnham also). Almost new set of Avon Roadrider tyres front and back
New Braking wavy front and rear discs. Pretech 6 pot front brake caliper. Free Spirits rear caliper relocation bracket. HEL braided brake lines throughout
Comes with 2 seats. A 1-up custom seat (shaped by me) and covered by Saddle Craft in chocolate brown leather. Second one is a British Customs tuck and roll 2-up seat in tan leather
Custom paint job (by the guy that does Bob Farnham’s stuff). Matt white and light grey with stripe – tank, mudguard and side panels.
Tracker and Triumph Data Tool Alarm/Immobiliser fitted
Tracker is activated for life. Roll it 2 metres without the ignition on and you’ll get a text and/or a call.
It’s insured for £15K (which is what I’d have to spend on parts to refit a new stock one, but clearly doesn’t reflect the expert labour). Message me for more info, viewing etc. No test rides etc