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  1. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Well I am excited. I finally found a way to 3D print parts hardy enough for the outdoor motorcycle world. I am using ASA plastic. It is a form of ABS but it is heat, weather, UV, gas, and oil resistant. It has taken thousands of dollars to get my 3D printers to print properly in a good material...
  2. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    At Thunder Works we offer the only true cold air filter for the Scout. It is a dual set up. It has a K&N filter on the outside of the bike on each side. If you are building a show bike or a performance bike, you might want to consider this option. LINK...
  3. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Thunder Works used have a custom made slip on muffler for the 111's that we sold and really liked the sound. Well, the manufacturer went out of business and we were stuck. I finally found a muffler I like and we now offer it on our website. Here is a video of how to install and at the end there...
  4. Indian Scout
    We have produced a "How to" video on YouTube that shows how to install the Tier1Tuner on a Scout. We will be introducing lots of new info about this tuner in the next few months. It is amazing and is going to have a big impact on Indian bikes. We are running lots of tests and love the results.
  5. Indian Scout
    We are in the process of putting some performance packages together for the Indian bikes. Here is a video of how to install The RPW complete 601 "Shock" system. Complete performance package deals will be coming soon. This exhaust system produces a deep tone and is very loud. Other mufflers can...
  6. Indian Scout
    Thunder Works makes several different risers for the speedo and bars on the Scouts and Bobber. We are adding anew one. This one moves the speedo and the bars both forward and up 1.5 inches. LINK: http://www.indianaftermarket.com/handlebar-and-speedo-riser-kits.html
  7. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Here is another easy to give gift. Leather grips. We have black, Tan, and custom colors for all of the Indian bikes $29.95. LINKS: http://www.indianaftermarket.com/grips-leather.html
  8. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    At www.IndianAftermarket.com we have another new product. It is a cast metal medallion that mounts on the horn cover. It is made from a special aluminum that holds a great sheen in outdoor weather. It is affordable as a stocking stuffer. More photos to follow. LINK...
  9. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Thunder Works and www.IndianAftermarket.com are introducing another new product. It is fairly popular to "black out" your bike to some extent if not entirely. We now offer an all black trim package for the windshields of Vintage, Dark Horse, and Chief bikes. This trim will fit both Indian brand...
  10. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    It might begin to make sense why I post some hot topics. I learn what you guys might want. So here is a new product. They are inexpensive pegs for toe and heel shifters. They are made from Delrin black plastic so they will not mar your shoes like rubber does. LINK...
  11. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    I was going to use this info for a new product idea but decided to abandon the idea. But it is still and interesting topic. So please express your preference. Then go buy something at www.IndianAftermarket.com I have always used toe shifters myself. But once I bought a Scout and a Springfield I...
  12. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Personally, I prefer to wear boots for safety. I figure more toes will remain attached in a crash. But in reality I often jump on the bike for a short errand with my shoes on.
  13. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Thunder Works is introducing a new sissy bar for Scout. It is quick release (QR) and is all black with a textured surface. It give the Scout a whole new look. Hope you like it. LINK: http://www.indianaftermarket.com/sissy-bars-for-scout.html
  14. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    I own Thunder Works and www.IndianAftermarket.com I am working on a promotional event. It will be located at a drag strip near Charleston, SC. Anyone will be able to bring their Indian and run the drag strip for times (probably restricted to 0-60 and 1/8 mile, maybe 1/4 mile). There will be...
  15. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Thunder Works now offers several mounting platforms for Scouts and 111's. They utilize a quick release system. Some mount onto the saddle bag spools. But we are excited about our new modular system for our luggage racks. The platforms shown here snap onto any Thunder Works luggage rack (except...
  16. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Thunder Works is continuing to develop its modular system for its luggage racks. This Travel Trunk snaps onto any of our luggage racks and is secured with two nylon screws. The cost for the Travel Trunk is $379.95. A Thunder Works luggage rack sold separately is required. We have numerous other...
  17. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    At www.IndianAftermarket.com we now offer the Thunder Works luggage rack for the Dark Horse (without saddle bags). As with all of our luggage racks you can buy various components to snap onto the luggage rack. (Trunk, pet carrier, sissy bar, and more). LINK...
  18. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Thunder Works has another new product. It is a sissy bar for the 111 bikes. It is quick release and mounts onto our luggage racks. It will hold a lot of soft luggage bags. It takes less than minute to mount or remove. It is part of a series of new products that quick mount onto our luggage...
  19. Indian Scout
    I am designing a new sissy bar for the Scout. I have one for the 111 bikes coming out in a few days. The photo shows the 111 design and a cardboard prototype. Looking for comments and ideas on what you might want. It will be black and made from the HDPE plastic. This material is super strong and...
  20. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Thunder Works has another new product. We made the first unit and have used it for about a year. Many people asked if we would offer it for sale. The answer was it is too expensive to make. Well we redesigned it and got the labor down a little. It is still expensive but pretty cool. It is part...
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