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  1. Indian Scout
    Hi All, I’m struggling with handlebar vibration on my 2017 Scout 69. I tipped the bike onto the left side and filled the handlebars from the throttle end with #5 lead shot. I tapped it down with a rubber mallet as I filled a little bit at a time and capped it off with a small plug of goop at...
  2. Indian Motorcycle Tech Q & A
    I recently installed hand grips onto my chief Dark Horse. Before doing so, I did tons of research online to find out the best way to do it. After all the time I spent trying to find tricks and tips this was the best way I could come up with. By the sounds of it the leather cord you get with the...
  3. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Hi All, When riding more then 45 minutes or so, my right hand starts getting numb and pain starts shooting up the underside of my arm and into my armpit. I have already fitted cushion grips and upgraded tires and suspension (there used to be a lot more vibration then I have now). I have also...
  4. Parts for Sale/Wanted
    I have a brand new 2017 Indian Chieftain Elite w/Stage III put on by the dealer before it left their building. I have all the 111 parts that came off to be replaced by the 116ci Stage III kit. Included items are cylinders, pistons, valve & clutch springs, throttle body, cams etc. These items...
  5. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Hi all, I have the Indian heated grips on my Springfield. Now that it's very cold here in Switzerland I just see that the last setting for the heated grips is lost after a few hours. If I start my bike between 1 and 4 hours after I used the heated grips, last setting is remembered. But if I...
  6. Indian Scout
    So I lowered the angle of the handle bars to accommodate my frame better. It is comfortable, may need some tweaking to get just right. The engine sounds quieter? It seems to run better, and changing gears is smoother I have a more natural grip on the throttle and clutch lever, rather than a...
  7. Indian Scout Sixty
    I dropped into one of our dealers last week and he asked what I thought of my Michelin Commander 2s. I affirmed that they offer more grip than the Kendas did, but not as much as I'd hoped - on greasy roads, I'd still had a couple of minor slides and one occasion when the back wheel spun under...
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