myReview: Evotech Performance Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 Engine Guard Protector

Evotech Performance make some beautiful CNC machined bolt-on pieces for the Ducati Scrambler Sixty2.

“Evotech Performance Ducati engine guards fit like original factory equipment should, using the existing mountings and require no modification.”

I recently picked up their Engine Guard Protector as an extra layer of defence for the bike and, let’s be honest, mainly to bolster that aggressive Scrambler look.

All-in cost

Part cost $114.041
Shipping $22.791
HST (tax)2 $14.39
Handling fee2 $9.95
Total cost (CAD) $161.17
  1. Prices originally charged in GBP at an exchange rate of 1.825
  2. Due on delivery, charged by Canada Post

The product arrived almost as pictured. Evotech’s product page shows the engine guard with drilled holes at the top and bottom of the guard while the actual product I received only had drilled holes at the top. It doesn’t really have a significant impact on the mounted aesthetic and is quickly overlooked by appreciating the quality of the guard and its included mounting points.

Installation was very simple and quick. This thing feels sturdy on the bike and looks great. I’m very satisfied with my purchase and would recommend it to anyone that appreciates the finished look and doesn’t have a strict aversion to adding any weight to their bike. Take a look at the photos below to see how it turned out and keep scrolling for my take on another reviewer’s fit comment.

Would buy
Easy installation
5/5

Evotech Performance Scrambler Sixty2 Engine Guard
Evotech Performance Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 Engine Guard Protector installed

One thing worth addressing is the only review of the product on Evotech’s product page at the time of my purchase had critiqued the product for its placement relative to the oxygen sensor:

Screenshot of Engine Guard's review on evotech-performance.com

In my own installation experience, Evotech’s promise of the product requiring “no modification” held true and the fit was superb, even in relation to the oxygen sensor, as seen in the detail shot below:

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