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Discussion Starter · #1 ·



Note: All specifications subject to change


Length 100.5”

Width 40.5”

Height 50.5”

Seat Height Laden 26.69”
Seat Height Unladen 27.89”

Wheelbase 68.4”

Dry Weight
(will vary for each model) 747 lbs

Running Order Weight 773 lbs

Rake Steering Head/Trail 34°/5.92”

GVW - Gross Vehicle Weight 1260 lbs


Engine Type Power Plus 105, Air-Cooled

Displacement 105 Cubic Inches

Bore x Stroke 3.966 x 4.25

Compression Ratio 9 to 1

Engine Torque 100 ft*lbs (TBD)

Fuel System Closed Loop Sequential Port Fuel Injection


Primary Drive Chain

Gearbox Six Speed

Gear Ratio (overall)

1st 10.441:1
2nd 7.090:1
3rd 5.172:1
4th 3.984:1
5th 3.193:1
6th 2.771:1

Final Drive Belt


Frame High tensile steel, monoshock

Suspension/Front Diameter 41 mm/Travel 108 mm

Suspension/Rear Single shock/travel 73 mm

Brakes/Front Dual Caliper with Floating Rotors 11.5” Diameter

Brakes/Rear Single Caliper Floating Rotor 11.5” Diameter

Tires/Front 130/90-16 Black or White Wall

Tires/Rear 150/90-16 Black or White Wall

Wheels Wire spoked

Exhaust System Two Into One Stainless Steel With Chromed Shields

Electrical Instruments Tank mounted analog speedometer and muti function digital display

Charging System 42 Amps

Lamps Tear drop head lamp, glass front fender light, auxillary spot lights.


2 Years



Standard colors

Thunder Black with Silver Script

Thunder Black with Silver Head Dress

Available colors

$199 Indian Red with Gold Script
$199 Indian Red with Gold Head Dress
$899 Thunder Black & Winter White w/ Silver Head Dress
$899 Midnight Blue Metallic & Winter White w/ Silver Head Dress
$899 Thunder Black & Indian Red w/ Gold Head Dress
$899 Smoke Silver Metallic & Winter White w/ Vintage Head Dress

Standard equipment
Short Fenders
Two Up Seat, Black Leather
Roadmaster Leather Saddlebags, Black
Passenger Backrest

Available equipment
$499 Long Fenders
$99 White Wall Tires
$999 Billet Wheels
$99 Red Leather Seat & Saddlebags
$99 Tan Leather Seat & Saddlebags
$99 Leather Fringe

*Does not include delivery, set up and local taxes



Chromed tear drop Halogen Headlamp
Additional driving lamps
Die cast console - color matched
Black and polished engine with chrome covers
Chromed spoke wheels
Available billet wheels
Two into one stainless steel exhaust system with three way catalytic converter and chromed shields
Available long skirt fenders and dual tone paint
Polished brake calipers


Air cooled, pushrod, rigid mounted, Power Plus 105ci engine
Closed loop, sequential, port injection with heated oxygen sensors
Six speed transmission


Seat: Luxury touring seat available in black, tan and red leather with or without fringe
5.5 gallon fuel tank
Brembo brake system with dual floating rotors and 4 piston calipers in the front and single floating rotor and two piston caliper in the rear. (not pictured)
Two accessory 12 V outlets
Quick release windshield
Roadmaster saddle bags available in black, tan and red leather with or without fringe


Tank mounted analog speedometer and multi function digital display
Charging system 42 Amps
Lamps: Tear drop head lamp, glass front fender light, auxilliary spot lights
There are no electrical relays in the system

Note: All specifications subject to change.

Discussion Starter · #2 ·
This Indian Roadmaster was a class act IMO, just loved it and would like to own very much so


Discussion Starter · #3 ·
2342 said:
This Indian Roadmaster was a class act IMO, just loved it and would like to own very much so

Either the bikes have shrunk or that is one big guy on there?

Discussion Starter · #4 ·
Beautiful maching, hopefully Polaris can work out some of the bugs in these motorcycles then put their prices where they belong, $34,000 for a $22,000 at best is still stretching it for what you get.
I never cared for Indian when they came back to life with a crate motor, put them into ' kit ' bike catagory, now that they have their own engine ( 2009 I believe was the first 105' powerplus ) they are definitly more appealing.

Bring the price down where it belongs and I would seriously consider buying one over a Harley in a second.

If I had the money right now, the ' first ' American Motorcycle would be sitting next to my ' new ' American Motorcycle.

Which one do I ride today ???

Discussion Starter · #5 ·
Well he wasn't small, the picture is in gallery if you want better look

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