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Pretty good article, I wish I could forward it. Maybe someone else can. The thing that stood out was that while the bike is a step up from the RG, the fly in the ointment was the electrical glitches resembling those others have experienced here on two of their test bikes. Indian better get its act together.
 

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Pretty good article, I wish I could forward it. Maybe someone else can. The thing that stood out was that while the bike is a step up from the RG, the fly in the ointment was the electrical glitches resembling those others have experienced here on two of their test bikes. Indian better get its act together.
To be fair, according to the article the Challengers tested were pre-production bikes and the glitch had to do with wire routing that caused a short due to chafing. The only recurring glitch I’m aware of on production Challengers is the cylinder misfire. Have not seen any posts regarding electrical shorts.
 

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To be fair, according to the article the Challengers tested were pre-production bikes and the glitch had to do with wire routing that caused a short due to chafing. The only recurring glitch I’m aware of on production Challengers is the cylinder misfire. Have not seen any posts regarding electrical shorts.
Have seen a few posts regarding ruff shifting and sounding transmissions.
 

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Who Frickin cares anymore. There has been enough comparisons and reviews. Here is mine. I have 7500 miles on my Challenger and no off the floor HD can compare to it. Nuff said.
 

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Who Frickin cares anymore. There has been enough comparisons and reviews. Here is mine. I have 7500 miles on my Challenger and no off the floor HD can compare to it. Nuff said.
7500! You must not get off it...lol. Must be top mileage for a Challenger ?
 

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7500! You must not get off it...lol. Must be top mileage for a Challenger ?
I basically sleep on the damn thing. Put 1400 miles on it since Sunday. 200 more tomorrow, going on a 900 mile ride next Wednesday and Thursday. Oh, I did not ride it today, lol.
 

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I basically sleep on the damn thing. Put 1400 miles on it since Sunday. 200 more tomorrow, going on a 900 mile ride next Wednesday and Thursday. Oh, I did not ride it today, lol.
Looking at the snow on the ground outside and knowing mine is stuck at the dealership an hour away makes me jealous!

Happy for you! ?
 

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18 degrees and a couple inches of snow on the ground with all roads covered in salt or brine today. No riding here.
 

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Looking at the snow on the ground outside and knowing mine is stuck at the dealership an hour away makes me jealous!

Happy for you! ?
I would sleep at the dealership. I am as anal as it gets, damn.
 

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"Who cares" "there are enough reviews"
Said as he Continues to give his review.. irony! ???
Figured one more from an actual Challenger owner won't hurt. It ain't never gonna stop unless a Mod closes this thread like he did to another one.
 

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Figured one more from an actual Challenger owner won't hurt. It ain't never gonna stop unless a Mod closes this thread like he did to another one.
So, what happened to your "Nuff said" LOL
 

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So, what happened to your "Nuff said" LOL
Nothing, I only gave one review. The the other was a comment to a reply. Just like this one is, lol.
 
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