Sometimes it’s not about the performance or the speed, sometimes you just want to have a layback, and chill ride, motorcycle. These character can be found in the RE Scram 411, the new scrambler-style Scram 411 and the Himalayan share the same frame and air-cooled 411cc single with SOHC and two valves. The 4-gallon fuel tank is also the same, but the Himalayan’s two-piece seat has been swapped for one of a singular design. The 21-inch front wheel of the Himalayan was replaced with a more street friendly 19-incher on the Scram.
The Scram 411 is available in seven different graphics packages and 3 variants, that starts at from RM26k-RM28k
The semi-knobby tires do a fine job generating good grip and control through the twisty roads in KL during the Media Test ride, off road was scrapped during our session.
The handlebars position was just the right height and width to provide the rider with comfortable control.
The 411cc 5-speed transmission, single’s claimed 24.3 hp is enough for a novice or experienced motorcyclist to have fun in the sun! I got a top speed of 120km/h++ probably the road wasn’t long enough to get claimed top speed of 140km/h.
Engine Type: Air-cooled Single, SOHC w/ 2 valves
Bore x Stroke: 78.0 x 86.0mm
Horsepower: 24.3 @ 6,500 rpm (factory claim)
Torque: 23.6 lb-ft @ 4,500 rpm (factory claim)
Transmission: 5-speed, cable-actuated wet clutch
Final Drive: Chain
Wet Weight: 195kg
Fuel Capacity: 15 Litre