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Although our company is well know in the Speed Triple section of your forum, we thought we would let you know that Zard Exhausts is expanding the Triumph portion of their exhaust line, as the Speed Triple design has been one of our best sellers to date.

We have just shown our newest at the Milan Show last week, very well received designs for the Rocket 3, Scrambler, Bonneville, Thruxton and T-675. We thought members might be interested in considering a high quality and distictive option for their machine which offers not only great sound and Italian style, but performance as well.

At this time the products are just coming out of R&D phase, but should be available in stainless or carbon fibre and we are told with removeable db killer baffle inserts. There will be a few styles to choose from, 2-1's, 2-2's and high pipes as well.

Not sure on the rules for uploading photo's of products, but if anyone would like images please email us and we will be happy to send them to you.

Just thought we would "slide over" from our Speed Triple world and let you all know about the coming Zard designs. If there are any questions please feel free to ask and we will do our best to get the answers for you.

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Scrambler is the first set of photo's we have, getting the Thruxton and Bonneville files sent to us.

Anybody mind how many we post? They are all low res so will load very quickly...

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...and another set:









Please keep in mind that these are all from the Milan show, so not exactly "pro" shots.

All of these of course are the Scrambler model, the 2-1 High mount version.

Zard will be offering this exhaust as well as a 2-1 Low version, and 2-1 Cross version. I will be getting these photo's soon and will post them when I have them.

As soon as I have the Bonneville and Thruxton photo's I will post these as well.

Let us know if you have any questions or comments, love to hear your thoughts!

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Whoa..... distinctive, b'ness looking, and enough 'flash' to bring lookie-loo's over to point, stare, and comment about that cool mesh behind the cut-outs.

VERY curious whatya got for the street Bonnie's, but I would easily consider putting that Scrambler pipe on a T100 as well!

Italian, materials, craftsmanship.....
gotta be big buck$$ for one dem though!~

(Is Hyperpro still "Purple perfection"?)
 

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Of course they are going to be huge money, how else can the Italians keep everybody wanting their stuff but never being able to buy it!!! :-D

Just kidding, actually do not have ANY prices yet, but are supposed to be getting them late next week. Zard is not cheap, but honestly they really are worth the extra couple of dollars over all the "just like everyone else" products out there. Com'on, you bought a Triumph...!

And you are correct, when I walked into the booth in Milan the first bike I went to was the Scrambler, the pipe is just about perfect for the correct look of the machine! I own a bunch of old and unusual stuff, so getting the style correct is something nobody else has been willing or able to do.

Zard has the right curves in the pipe, great design of the heat shields and the individual details (mesh under the heat shields was exactly what "makes" the look!) are exactly as they should be. Just what you would expect from Zard.

Very, very, classy stuff!

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They look very sexy indeed! I don't suppose they will be available this side of the pond? :???:
 

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Members:

Have the Bonneville photo's, but...

We are a bit concerned that we are "spamming" your forum, and have an email off to the webmasters to see about taking care of this, but have not heard back yet. I posted here more as an informational post, but the feedback has been much faster then we ever expected.

This is my job, but aren't most of you supposed to be working??? :-D :-D

I and Zard have been in your Speed Triple world for some time and hopefully always proper and in accordance with forum etiquette, and we wish to stay that way.

We do not want to get into any problems here, can anybody advise us as to whether we should be posting here or not until we hear from the moderators?

Just want to do this correctly and fairly, so please let us know the correct direction from here and we will follow it.

Steve Larson

[ This message was edited by: SteveLarson on 2006-11-22 14:27 ]
 

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On 2006-11-22 14:26, SteveLarson wrote:
Members:

...This is my job, but aren't most of you supposed to be working??? :-D :-D
Work to live. Live to Ride! :cool:

I am looking forward to the Bonnie pipes.
 

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SteveLarson wrote:
This is my job, but aren't most of you supposed to be working???
Well, Steve, I'm actually on my lunch hour. And because I've sent your company an email for more info, I've given you my work email. I've even gone so far as to add your company to our "whitelist", so email away.

So Steve, instead of reading this, shouldn't you be checking your emails? :roflmoa2: :-D :roflmoa2: :-D
 

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Zard Linky

These were posted in our BIR forum a couple of days ago. Not selling em' so I'm no spammer.




[ This message was edited by: boboso on 2006-11-22 15:34 ]
 

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What I would like even more is a 2>2 done with the same style silencer on each side, AND sidestand compatible....all for les than $500.00....wishful thinking, right?????
Yes... :)

Steve Larson

[ This message was edited by: SteveLarson on 2006-11-22 17:09 ]
 
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