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  1. Parts for Sale/Wanted
    Dean Speed Rampage slip-ons for '22 Chief. Bought new and installed June of this year. Approx 4K miles on pipes. $400 $350 shipped in cont US.
    $350 USD
  2. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    What do you guys think is the remaining commercial lifecycle of the Thunderstroke engine? It is nearly ten years old now. I image they designed it to last 10-15 in the company's lineup, but seems like it could easily make it to 20+ given the air-cooled tech hasn't changes all that much. On...
  3. Indian Motorcycle Tech Q & A
    Gday guys, Im looking to do a chian drive conversion on my 2 chief models, but I can't find any off the shelf kits, ive seen it done, Cary hart has done a few, Jimmy burnouts is done on his driftain, but I can't find anything. Both these guys have the money to do alot of R&D so im guessing...
  4. Indian Chieftain
    In 2018, a Trakking device was fitted to my new Indian Springfield motorcycle in Suffolk, UK. (Prior to this the bike had been fitted with a S4 security system. This caused electronic malfunction and fused the VCM requiring a new module. That item was removed). However, it is clear that an...
  5. Indian Motorcycle Tech Q & A
    Before purchasing my 15 Vintage, most every professional review I read commented on the lack of heat experienced from the engine. The 14 and 15 chiefs of the time, including mine, came stock with Indian's Oil Cooler. Beginning in 16, i believe only the chieftains and RMs maintained the oil...
  6. Indian Motorcycle Tech Q & A
    Hi all, Already had the Freedom Liberty slips ons with a thunder stroke filter when I purchased the bike. I upgraded to stage 2 cams and had the Freedom head pipes installed at an Indian dealer. I bought the Dynojet thinking everything would workk out. Popping, both deceleration and sometime...
  7. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Anyone know if Thunderstroke has a rev limiter?
  8. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    A little something I came across in an independent study, made me realize what I really had with that engine: "The engine is beautifully designed and crafted. 118 ft-lbs torque at 3,000 rpm on a stock 111 cubic inch (1,811cc) 49 degree V-Twin engine. The crankshaft is single pin totally forged...
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