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  1. Indian Motorcycle Builds
    Alright so I’ve learned a few things during this process, the threaded inserts your stock scout handlebars come with are electro welded into the handlebars, so getting them out is quite the task. HOWEVER drilling out the threads to accommodate motogadgets mounting inserts is a good deal easier...
  2. Indian Scout Sixty
    Still a ways to go, but getting there. Big thanks to my man @111BagBoy for the killer deal on the freedom pipes .
  3. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    hi guys, total newbie to the bike scene here, never really been interested in bikes at all until last month when i went into a dealership with my mate saw the scout bobber fell in love and bought it on the spot haha. im down to do my test in a few weeks and i was just wondering what changes i...
  4. Indian Motorcycle Builds
    I'm looking to do some mods to my Chieftain DarkHorse using Azzkikr rear end and body wrap. Anyone else done this, and what are your thoughts?
  5. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    History, I need to preface this thread with: I have hyper lites multi function lights front and back on my Scout and they work fine in all modes / functions because the brains are built into the modules. My "however" Issue: I've been working on my Rizoma Club multi-function LED running lights...
  6. Indian Scout
    I'd like to swap out my tail light/smooth the rear fender on my Scout 60, but i've read searching here where doing so causes issues with the computer/error code and this is a canbus light setup? The light i want to use takes an 1157 type bulb and i see 1157 canbus bulbs around on the internet...
  7. Indian Scout
    I love my Scout. I love my Scout and I'm a stock kind of guy. 15 bikes in and I've never modified anything on any of them (not counting tires). But, after a couple road trips and some rough commuting in the city, I've started to think about an old quote people say about living in Seattle...
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