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2008 Triumph Scrambler Base

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2008 On-Off Road


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2008 Triumph Scrambler Base Specifications

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Model Type  On-Off Road
BASE MSRP(US)  $7,999.00
Warranty  24
Engine Type  Parallel Twin
Cylinders  2
Engine Stroke  4-Stroke
Cooling  Air
Valves  8
Valves Per Cylinder  4
Valve Configuration  DOHC
Compression Ratio  9.2:1
Starter  Electric
Fuel Requirements  Regular
Fuel Type  Gas
Transmission Type  Manual
Number Of Speeds  5
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel)  Chain
Wheels & Tires:  
Front Tire (Full Spec)  100/90 R19
Rear Tire (Full Spec)  130/80 R17
Front Brake Type  Disc
Rear Brake Type  Disc
Technical Specifications:  
Wheelbase (in/mm)  59.1 / 1501.1
Fuel Capacity (gal/l)  4.4 / 16.7
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scrambler - not for the masses, but for the chosen few
By steve fredrickson(Owner), Sep. 28, 2008
I purchased a scrambler in July after an acute episode of motorcycle fever.

the Scrambler appealed to me in two areas: it's retro look, and triumphs out of the norm biker image. Meaning it's not a generic rice burner, and it's not a I have no image, so I better buy a Harley. The bike reminds me of... Read Full Review


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Lovin' it!
By Shannon Fisher(Owner), Oct. 17, 2008
Lot's of torque thru the whole powerband, great "standard" upright riding posistion. Positively great to look at, compliments where ever I go. Read Full Review


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Go your own way!
By D L Carrington(Owner), Aug. 17, 2013
If you're already looking at the Scrambler, you know you want something different. Or, you'd be riding your Harley right now. The Scrambler isn't a big heavy cruiser. It's not a lane-splitting crotch rocket either. It's got off road tires, high pipes, and long flat seat. What it does is get you down... Read Full Review


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