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Indian Motorcycle Unveils The Smaller Displacement Scout Sixty. The Most Powerful Motorcycle In Its Class. Only $8,999.00. at Cyril Huze Post ? Custom Motorcycle News

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Now they need to release a Vic with the same price point.

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I would never spend that much on a motor cycle....

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WOnder if it weighs any less.

Don't care for a 5-speed, but I guess for $9k, and you don't cruise the interstate often, no big whoop.

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May turn out to be a seller, think they have plans for it perhaps in Racing being a notch below 1,000 cc .. Weight is the same, just about all is the same as the 1133 other than 5 Speed, Displacement and Price ..

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WOnder if it weighs any less.

Don't care for a 5-speed, but I guess for $9k, and you don't cruise the interstate often, no big whoop.
It actually weighs a few pounds more. I guess the gears are beefier and the cylinder sleeves have more metal instead of being bored out to the larger displacement.

Might be a rugged bike. Just because it's a 5 speed doesn't mean it won't cruise the freeways at 80. Just depends on how it's geared plus this engine has a wide rpm band so running it at 4k rpm is no big deal.

I remember when HD went to 5 speeds from the long time 4 speed gear box. Everyone was saying it could cruise 95 mph all day. That was an exaggeration but it could cruise 80 all day.
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It actually weighs a few pounds more. I guess the gears are beefier and the cylinder sleeves have more metal instead of being bored out to the larger displacement.

Might be a rugged bike. Just because it's a 5 speed doesn't mean it won't cruise the freeways at 80. Just depends on how it's geared plus this engine has a wide rpm band so running it at 4k rpm is no big deal.

I remember when HD went to 5 speeds from the long time 4 speed gear box. Everyone was saying it could cruise 95 mph all day. That was an exaggeration but it could cruise 80 all day.
Showing your age in that last statement ..

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