The Ducati Scrambler is a roadster style motorcycle. The L-twin engine design and power that people have grown to love keeps the Scrambler popular among riders. One of the easiest things you can do as an owner is to keep your bike up to date with recommended service. This not only keeps your bike running well but keeps you safe. Our Ducati Scrambler service manual contains everything you need to know.
The Ducati Scrambler was first introduced in 2014 and was introduced to the United States market in 2015. There were seven different configurations available including the Classic, Icon, Urban Enduro, Flat Track Pro, Full Throttle, 399 cc Sixty 2, and the Italia Independent. The current Scrambler name came from a previous Scrambler dual sport single style motorcycle produced by Ducati from the 1960’s and 70’s. They look like an off-road motorcycle with features such as the handlebar and brake pedal designs but they are only for street riding. The Urban model features wire wheels, sport tires, and a handlebar cross brace such as seen on motocross motorcycles.
The engine in the Ducati Scrambler is impressive. There is a 803 cc 4 valve, L-twin, design with an air-cooled 4 stroke engine. There is also a 399 cc 4 valve, L-twin, air-cooled 4 stroke design as well. The top speed is around 128 miles per hour, definitely a fast bike. It has a 6-speed constant mesh designed transmission. T=The Scrambler offers 67 and 40 horsepower. The frame is made of steel so it is strong yet only weighs around 370 pounds dry. It has a larger style tank at 3.6 US gallons and it averages 47 miles per gallon US.
Being able to make any repairs needed efficiently is important to the owners of the Scrambler. Whether you are an owner yourself or work on these in your workshop, our Ducati Scrambler repair manual has everything you need to properly make any needed repairs. It is full of detailed instructions to guide you step by step through the process.