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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-10-2019, 03:39 PM Thread Starter
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Hey look it's a cross country tour...
Kinda.
Roadmaster Dark Horse.

https://www.motorcycle.com/mini-features/2020-indian-thunder-stroke-lineup-announced.html

I wouldn't mind something like that after I run wheels off my Victory there should be some low miles used around.
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Much excited! I would like to get some more details on it. Thanks!
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Hey look it's a cross country tour...
Kinda.
Roadmaster Dark Horse.

https://www.motorcycle.com/mini-feat...announced.html

I wouldn't mind something like that after I run wheels off my Victory there should be some low miles used around.
OK so the new big inch Indian puts out 3ft/lbs more torque as my souped up Vegas 109.
But we know Polaris claim torque at the crank not the back wheel, mines at the back wheel.
Daresay my Vegas would weigh a bit less than an Injun dresser too.
Bet the Vegas revs harder and quicker too!
Dunno what my XCs 116 rear wheel torque would translate to at the crank?
Someone here would know. ..

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Hey look it's a cross country tour...
Kinda.
Roadmaster Dark Horse.<snip>
What aspects of this Indian bike make you feel it looks or acts like a Cross Country Tour?

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Aren't they all 116" now?

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What aspects of this Indian bike make you feel it looks or acts like a Cross Country Tour?
Looks more like a Harley Street Glide to me which are nice looking bikes but if it's black you'll have a hard time finding it in the parking lot at a bike meet.
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Aren't they all 116" now?
Most Not All ..
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Look at the prices, they are outrageous.
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Personally I'm still not impressed... They are way too Harley (square) looking for me.... I still love the long sweeping sexy lines of our Vics.
RICZ, cooper and otab like this.

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Personally I'm still not impressed... They are way too Harley (square) looking for me.... I still love the long sweeping sexy lines of our Vics.
They are getting there, slowly.
Look at Indian now versus several years ago. Changes being made. Less rolling chrome monument. Slowly creeping in more modern touches. Trying not to anger old timers.

I like what I see in the small changes but a while to go yet.
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