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  1. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    I have a strange noise on my Indian Scout Bobber 2019, apparently it´s the fork, or maybe this noise is normal, I don't know. In the video you can hear the noise when finishing the speed bump . Thank you very much for your comments.
  2. Indian Scout
    Just came from meeting the director of the Mass Eye and Ear Infirmary otolaryngololy department because of my tinnitus (which seems to be worsening) and degrading hearing. I'm down to 60 dB loss in the upper registers and counting... normal for old farts like me. Of note, he said wind noise...
  3. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    We all like to think of ourselves as rugged individualists, right? My wife tells me that I'm one of a kind, but sometimes I'm not sure if she's saying that as a compliment. But am I alone in the desire to ride a motorcycle that has a reasonably quiet exhaust note? I've been riding since 1971...
  4. Indian Scout Guides and How-To's
    so, after looking at a thousand places and trying to weld the baffles to the inside of the exhaust, just figure out... why not install them on the header... I supposed since little or no info found this might be useful to newbies like around the blog... been in here for a few months a never...
  5. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Got my new 2016 Classic back from its 500-mile service last Saturday and I'm noticing what I believe is a new noise -- and feel. It's a slight grating/vibration that I definitely feel through my feet -- especially when they're fully flat on the floorboards. It seems like it comes from the front...
  6. Indian Motorcycle Tech Q & A
    No NOT Fluffy! I mean the catalytic converter. I'm curious about how much of a difference it makes. Some guys mention reducing the heat felt at the header area. Does it make a big difference to how much heat you're feeling? How about exhaust note and volume? Assuming that the catalytic converter...
  7. Indian Chief Vintage
    So how many of you Chief Vintage owners have a scary clunk in your rear suspension? At slow speed over bumps and holes the rear suspension make a loud clunking sound, you also hear it when you take off. No it is not the shock bottoming out! It rides great and it has been adjusted to stiff...
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