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No Sooner do I get these pipes Broke and sounding pretty Good Get a Call from Kevin and ask if I am Interested in a Set of Aeromachs for the Scout said Hell yeah on my Way .. Will let the Pictures Speak for theirselves and Just Say Quite Pleased with them and a Better Quality Pipe but also a More Expensive One .. Would still recommend the Xchopper Pipe if Budget minded because basically the Dyno was about the same for Both Pipes .. Many Thanks to KevinX for his Time and Work and Glad to see that i have another Option besides the Dealer when comes to my Scout ..







 

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Cool looking bike mate, beautiful

What is the difference in power (butt-dyno) between your Vic and Scout ?
 

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Would you believe it? A Scout Cross Roads!
 

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Cool looking bike mate, beautiful

What is the difference in power (butt-dyno) between your Vic and Scout ?
The Scout is Fast and Peppy and a Bit More Fun zipping around but will always be considered my 2nd Ride to the XC .. That's My Long Haul Power with Comfort .. While do have 6,000 Miles on the Scout Now the XC Has 52,000 and with a Road trip coming up will be more like 55,000 by the time Get to Helen , GA for the Rally ..
 

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FYI

New Mufflers For Indian Scout

Published by Cyril Huze August 26th, 2015 in Customs and Exhaust.
“War Horse” is the name of these new mufflers by Rush Racing Products. The company claims that they are high performance slip-on muffler designed to give your Indian Scout a nice deep rumble, more torque, and more horsepower than any other slip-on mufflers.
They feature show quality chrome or black finishes along with the ability to interchange the baffles so you get the sound and performance you are looking for. Rush Racing Products.
 

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gotta try one

my put arounder is a 2012 bonneville, nice simple + light bike. the scout looks like a more powerful alternative, a good lookin ride you have makes me think i need to try one. Vic dealer Hernley's in Elizabethtown Pa that sold my preowned Hammer is also an Indian dealer + has several new 16 models, your red looks good but black is where its at for me. upgrades are coming out quickly it seems!!
 

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my put arounder is a 2012 bonneville, nice simple + light bike. the scout looks like a more powerful alternative, a good lookin ride you have makes me think i need to try one. Vic dealer Hernley's in Elizabethtown Pa that sold my preowned Hammer is also an Indian dealer + has several new 16 models, your red looks good but black is where its at for me. upgrades are coming out quickly it seems!!
Rodhotter that's where I picked up my bike as well in E town. They had an Indian demo day back in June that ya missed out on. I rode them all that day.


The dark horse looks sweet all dropped in black!


Have to catch ya in the area for a ride sometime I'm in York.
 

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i am about 2 hrs north in coal twp which is part of shamokin, worked in York off + on installing chain link fencing before getting in the carpenters union. the scout is my only interest in the indian line + wondering if Vic will use that engine or similar in a lighter sporty model with a decent riding position. i am 5-8 + comfy in my 13 hammer + i like my first forward control ride. with the scout looking to fit me as well.
 

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i am about 2 hrs north in coal twp which is part of shamokin, worked in York off + on installing chain link fencing before getting in the carpenters union. the scout is my only interest in the indian line + wondering if Vic will use that engine or similar in a lighter sporty model with a decent riding position. i am 5-8 + comfy in my 13 hammer + i like my first forward control ride. with the scout looking to fit me as well.
Yeah I know where you are!!

I ride my ATV up in that area. I took the sport bike up PA 125 a few years back. Nice road! Need to take this one up and give it a workout.
 

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Aaoa

do you ride your ATV at the fairly new AAOA, its just about 3 miles from me going to the girlfriends house i pass it regularly. yea the mountain twisties around me are popular for "sport" riders, all geared up which is smart as some roads get gravel here + there from rains. they just "fly" bye!!!
 

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do you ride your ATV at the fairly new AAOA, its just about 3 miles from me going to the girlfriends house i pass it regularly. yea the mountain twisties around me are popular for "sport" riders, all geared up which is smart as some roads get gravel here + there from rains. they just "fly" bye!!!
Yep. I ride there. Headed back as soon as it cools off a bit. I normally go up a bit further up to road and ride RAC starting at the coal hills and working my way back towards AOAA. Fun area to explore.
 
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