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Carducci Dual Sport SC3 Adventure Photo Gallery
The Carducci Dual Sport SC3 Adventure starts life as a 1993-2003 Harley-Davidson Sportster. After a full conversion it's ready for the trail.
See photos of Harley-Davidson Sportsters converted for off-road duty in the Carducci Dual Sport SC3 Adventure photo gallery.
Jim Carducci, founder of Carducci Dual Sport and designer of the custom pieces found on the SC3 Adventure, putting the bike through its paces off road.
One of the first pieces Carducci designed was this billet aluminum swingarm.
Only a few pieces of the original Sportster remain, besides the frame and engine Carducci kept the switches and hand controls as well.
The fly screen of the SC3 Adventure is another piece designed by Carducci specifically for the bike.
Carducci says the ride feel is somewhere between a KTM 950 and 990 in terms of off road performance.
Dry weight of the SC3 Adventure is a claimed 475 pounds.
Initial response to the SC3 Adventure has been overwhelmingly positive.
Through a partnership with IMS, Carducci Dual Sport also offers a five-gallon plastic gas tank option instead of the hand-forged aluminum piece.
Corbin makes a custom seat for the SC3 Adventure.
Ohlins built the forks and shocks to specification for the SC3 Adventure.
Rear rack on the Carducci Dual Sport SC3 Adventure.
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