Triumph Scrambler 400 Tramontana: “Modern Classic Offroad”

It was 2015 when the López Córdoba brothers (Felipe and David) presented their first Tramontana, this time developed based on a 2006 Triumph Scrambler. At that time, both were already working as engineers and pilots. evidence of the British firm.

That preparation took them four years of hard work in their free time, adapting to the well-known Triumph modern classic everything they thought necessary, not only to create a preparation that caught the eye. Also so that it improved dynamically in all aspects, mainly in Offroad driving.

Reduce by no less than 39 kilos The final weight of the set was not an easy job. Furthermore, they equipped this Scrambler Tramontana with top-level accessories such as a double Öhlins rear shock absorber, Takasago Excel aluminum spoke wheels, double disc front brake, Triumph Tiger 800 XC inverted fork with Öhlins interior or a custom Arrow 2-in-1 exhaust.

Triumph Scrambler 400 Tramontana: Old Offroad

Now, almost a decade after that process of creating that first Scrambler TramontanaFelipe López has posted a post on his Instagram social network showing a rendered image of what we suspect could be a customized Scrambler 400 X.

He himself explains that it is his new personal project and that, once again, it will be baptized under the acronym Tramuntana. Taking into account the work carried out by Felipe himself in the past, it is very likely that the new Scrambler 400 will end up enjoying an amplified Offroad facet, after being prepared by him.

Let us remember that the Scrambler 400 enjoys a more asphalt-oriented configuration, although its image is inspired by the brand's first Scrambler from the 1950s. Its 398 cc single-cylinder engine with fuel injection and liquid cooling combines the characteristic modern classic style from Triumph with state-of-the-art engineering.

Triumph Scrambler 400 Tramontana: "Modern Classic Offroad"

This approves a final power of 40 HP at 8,000 revolutions, and a maximum torque of 37.5 Nm at 6,500 rpm. All this combined with a cycle part where its tubular steel chassis and cast aluminum swingarm are the main protagonists of it. Perhaps López Córdoba will keep them unchanged, although we doubt that he will do the same with the rest of the elements that make up this section.

It is likely that this Scrambler 400 Tramontana equip spoked wheels shod with Offroad tires, longer travel suspensions, top-exit exhaust system and general ergonomic adjustments.

In any case, it is a bit early to draw final conclusions, so we will have to wait for new updates on this interesting project around the new Triumph mount.

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