Well first of all sorry for the huge delays in any updates to the website, work and life have got in the way of that but hurrah i’m back and with a bit of news about a new bike!
Royal Enfield Scram 411
A big success
Removing most of the bulky bits from the Himalayan have produces this a “scrambler” hence the name Scram.
So what do you get?
The headlight will be a halogen light, rather than LED, while the rear lights will be LEDs. Also at the back will be a 17-inch rear wheel which, like the 19-inch front, will be encased within a Ceat Gripp XL tyre – the same as is seen on the Himalayan.
Ride (200mm) and seat (795mm) height will be lower than the Himalayan, mostly thanks to the smaller wheels; and that the 300mm front disc, and 240mm rear disc will be electronically managed by dual-channel ABS which at the rear disc is unable to be disabled.
“Moving on to the instrument cluster, the Scram comes standard with a single multi-functional speedometer that reads out the odometer, two trip meters, a gear indicator and a digital fuel gauge,”
There is also the option to add a Tripper navigation system, based on Google Maps, as an extra instrument in the cluster.
The Scram 411 will weigh in 6.5kg lighter than the Himalayan, at 183.5kg, which should mean for nimbler handling and a more impactful feeling from the 24.3 horsepower and 32Nm of torque (unchanged from the Himalayan); while also allowing the rider to squeeze a few extra kilometres out of the 15-litre fuel tank.
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