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post #1 of 42 (permalink) Old 02-07-2015, 01:05 PM Thread Starter
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2016 Chief Dark Horse to be announced on Friday, February 13th @ 5:30


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Imo this model is going to put Indian over the top.

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Yeah. The dark stealthy look is definitely in style right now. Not sure it ever goes completely out of style.
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The twin mountains or what ever they were called (the previous owners of Indian) version of the Dark Horse was awesome! Hope this is as good.

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Already got this in an email from Indian ..

http://view.exacttarget.com/?j=fe591...&WT.mc_id=&r=0

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No Oil Cooler, Passenger Pegs, Fuel Gauge, Running Lights, Not For me ..


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Beautiful bike, totally interested


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Two deposits for them already.


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Two deposits for them already.
Ahh, and more sheep to follow. No Oil cooler, I can't wait to see them pulled over on the side of the freeway with all the other sheep, when there is stop and go traffic. (but at least injun did produce a water cooled model)

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I would be shocked if they have overheating issues outside of areas with extreme temps. Just like any business that sells a product they have to evaluate the warranty risk vs savings with a change like this, I can't imagine they saw a problem and said oh well, it saves us $230


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I would think an oil cooler could easily be added. I did it on a number of HD's over the years. If I had one I would definitely add an oil cooler with a thermostat so it could cut off flow through the cooler in cold weather and for faster warm up times.
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