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Carducci SC3 Adventure Dual Sport Motorcycle - August 1, 2013, 01:50 AM



Carducci SC3 Adventure Dual Sport Motorcycle

Sometimes the open road isn't enough freedom, and you feel the need to hit the dirt. If you own a Harley Davidson 1200 or 883 Sportster made between 1993 and 2003, the guys at Carducci want to help turn it into an SC3 Adventure Dual Sport Motorcycle ($TBA). You supply the bike, they supply everything else, including the swing arm, gas tank, foot controls, fly screen, crash bar, skid plate, subframe, and more doing all the assembly in their California shop. When you get your bike back, it'll be a fully-street-legal, off-road machine.

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August 1, 2013, 04:11 AM

nice. I wonder how cool those engines will stay when covered with mud.


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nice. I wonder how cool those engines will stay when covered with mud.
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For when a 525lb GS isn't heavy enough
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For when a 525lb GS isn't heavy enough
..or unreliable enough


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Exactly what I was thinking.


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I don't know about that particular motor but all the air cooled dirt bikes I had (honda XRs of different sizes) were more reliable on really hot days than the, generally higher strung, water cooled bikes even when caked in mud.
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I don't know about that particular motor but all the air cooled dirt bikes I had (honda XRs of different sizes) were more reliable on really hot days than the, generally higher strung, water cooled bikes even when caked in mud.
Exactly. I ran a bunch of air cooled dirt bikes when I was a kid. Later on several air cooled street bikes including a couple air-cooled Yami 650 turbos, and they all managed heat and mud just fine.

Heck my first water cooled bike was a 2004 Concours, Hahaha.


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Note that windblown is a whole lot older than me. I just wanted to point that out as I am still very young.
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