I was actually surprised at how little power the Indian made in the comparison. I know that it makes more power than the Harley but bragging about making more power than Harley is like bragging about being the smartest kid in the special education class.
For comparison, compare the Indian 111 to the Yamaha 113. Both are big, long stroke, push rod V-twins with similar displacements. Using the dyno results from motorcycleusa.com you get the following:
73 HP @ 4500 rpm, 101 ft-lbs @ 2700 rpm
87 HP @ 4400 rpm, 111 ft-lbs @ 2300 rpm
I don't know. I guess I was expecting to see something closer to 80+ HP and 110 Ft-lbs of torque out of a modern 111 cubic inch twin.
2011 Cross Country
-Cee Baileys Windshield & Lowers. Victory Lower Bag Rails, Driver And Passenger Backrests.
-RPW Exhaust, Lloydz Air Filter, VM1 Cams, ATS (Timing Wheel), 1/4 turn throttle & IAV. PCV with Custom Tune by Coweta Customs.
105.2 HP & 127 Ft-Lbs on a Dynostar (Eddy Current) Dyno.