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Hello all, first poster here! Nice to be on this forum. From what I've read there are some serious guru'sn here. Perfect.

Has anyone had experience in putting either Bonny or thruxton pipes on a scrambler? Would it be a simple change?

Any advice/info would be fantastic! Have a good day all!

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hey man, welcome to the forum; JohnyC in Scotland has tried doing this but Bonnie pipes won't fit directly on a Scrambler becouse the rear brake master cylinder asssembly low on the RH side fouls them - it's quite different to the Bonnie's. Someone quite a few months ago had done a conversion though, I remember, but he must have changed quite a few other components as well as the pipes - cheers, Pat
 
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Thanks for all the replys fellas. I think i might try to put the thrux on the scram. I will post pics if it works, and if it doesnt I'll post too! AAhaha

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I have both a Scrambler and T100, each fited with Triumph's off-road (TOR) exhausts. I love them. I would say that it is probably not possible to fit the Triumph brand TORs on the incorrect classic bike, for two main reasons. First, the TORs for the Bonne and Bonne T100 are shapped different from the Scrambler's TORs. And second, that means the mounting brackets are in different places relative to how they are supposed to line up with each bike's respective mounting apparatus. I gues you can somehow do it, but it might be better to do a Goggle search about those nice and expensive New Zeland made exhausts (Thunder something?) that appear to be shaped like they'd fit either a Scrambler or a Bonne. Someone else here onthe forum can clarify what I'm talking about.
 
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