At the rear, there’s a new license plate holder that keeps things clutter-free, while the OEM exhaust system has been replaced with an SC-Project alternative under current ownership. When it comes to mileage, the Duke’s digital odometer tells us he’s driven just over 2,300 miles (3,700 km).
Before we go ahead and tell you what’s the deal with this particular Flat Track Pro, let’s take a minute to discuss its key specs and features. The mechanical stallion is fitted with a tubular steel trellis frame, which matches an 803cc injection L-twin engine and six-speed gearbox. In terms of power output, the air-cooled Titan will summon up to 75 ponies at 8,250 rpm, along with 50 lb-ft (68 Nm) of torque at around 5,750 rpm.
Up front, the entire shebang sits on 41mm (1.6in) inverted Kayaba forks and they are connected by a single shock absorber that is adjustable for southward preload. At midday, stopping power comes from a 330 mm (13 inch) disc and a radially mounted four-piston Brembo caliper. In contrast, the 17-inch rear wheel is stopped by a 245 mm (9.6-inch) brake disc and a single-piston floating caliper.
Weighing just 410 pounds (186 kg) with fluids, the Scrambler is an exciting machine in many ways. If the thought of acquiring such a creature has crossed your mind, then now is the time for you to get seriously excited because the MY Flat Track Pro 2016 pictured above is up for grabs! The Italian predator will be listed on Iconic Motorbike Auctions until November 30, with the current bid being placed at $ 1,100. As you might expect, the reserve price has yet to be met, so feel free to take your chances to secure this purchase.