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$35,499

Specifications



Note: All specifications subject to change


dimensions
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) 753 lbs
Running Order Weight 773 lbs
Rake Steering Head/Trail 34°/5.92”
GVW - Gross Vehicle Weight 1260 lbs
engine

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
drivetrain
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

chassis
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 White Wall
Tires/Rear 150/90-16 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.
warranty
2 Years
pricing
35,499*
standard colors
Thunder Black
available colors
$199 Indian Red
$199 Ivory Cream
$899 Thunder Black & Indian Red
$899 Willow Green & Ivory Cream
$899 Indian Red & Ivory Cream
$899 Arizona Turquoise & Winter White
standard equipment
Long Fenders
Solo Seat w/ Passenger Pillion, Black Leather
Vintage Leather Saddlebags, Black
Tinted Windshield
Leather Fringe
Chrome Grab Rail
Chrome Fender Tips
Engine Guards
available equipment

Short Fenders
$999 Billet Wheels
$99 Red Leather Seat & Saddlebags
$99 Tan Leather Seat & Saddlebags




*Does not include delivery, set up and local taxes


Features



Styling

Chromed tear drop Halogen Headlamp
Auxilliary driving lamps
Die cast console - color matched
Black and polished engine with chrome covers
Chromed spoke 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
Metal tank badge
Chrome fender tips
Engine guards

Powertrain

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

Chassis

Seat: Solo seat with passenger pillion available in black, tan and red leather with 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.
Two accessory 12 V outlets
Quick release windshield
Vintage saddle bags in black, tan, or red leather with fringe

Electrical

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

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The tank needs a little something....what?... I don't know, but it just lacks something right there. Maybe curve the lines a little more I think.
Reminds me of a soft tail deluxe. Love the pipes. Heavy cruiser for sure!
 
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It is missing something on the tank, the gear shift lever. If this is a vintage it should be a tank shift.
 
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After looking at all of them, which by the way they are all great looking bikes, my opinion is that they just have to shave off $10,000 off each bike and whalla...they'd appeal much more to the masses instead of the 'brand loyal' crowd which much is being speculated on as far as target markets.

I still want my Highball!!
 
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My favorite, but as said above they will have to lower price a lot for me to buy, I bought my KP because it kind of had the same style IMO.
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I'm not big on the fenders but I do like the old school bags on it. The external push rods look cool to.
 
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I would really like to see this model with a full Touring Option: Fairing, Audio, GPS, etc. In a perfect world, it would be great if there was a way to add/remove a fairing so that it can easily return to the look it has in the photo pictured above and added to provide the extras for road trips.

It's starting to call my name!
 
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I would really like to see this model with a full Touring Option: Fairing, Audio, GPS, etc. In a perfect world, it would be great if there was a way to add/remove a fairing so that it can easily return to the look it has in the photo pictured above and added to provide the extras for road trips.

It's starting to call my name!

Be strong Andy!!! Resist!! Go to your 'Happy Place' in your mind & exhale!! Ha-ha-ha-ha!! (It is a very good looking bike - I love the vintage, old school look). It's just too darn pricey. Polaris needs to work their magic & control those production costs.
 
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I have always loved the Indian But at $40,000.00 dressed it is no Vision.
 
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40K is that for real. why are Indians so much I would like it better at 21K
 
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40k would buy you a real 40's or 50's Indian in totally rebuilt condition!!!!
 
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2 said:
I would really like to see this model with a full Touring Option: Fairing, Audio, GPS, etc. In a perfect world, it would be great if there was a way to add/remove a fairing so that it can easily return to the look it has in the photo pictured above and added to provide the extras for road trips.

It's starting to call my name!
Sorry Andy but your going to have to buy two bikes.A xc and a vintage chief because if you put all that stuff on that bike it would be blasphemy:nono:.
 
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I guess I am just not in to the old vintage look. I wish Polaris would have put the money into more accessories and factory options for the Victory line. I hope the new addition doesn't water down the talent they have for the Vics. May be a mistake, I guess time will tell.
 
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I guess I am just not in to the old vintage look. I wish Polaris would have put the money into more accessories and factory options for the Victory line. I hope the new addition doesn't water down the talent they have for the Vics. May be a mistake, I guess time will tell.
I think you may be on to something. It seems to me that all the most valuable thing they are getting is the name. Mergers like can sound good in the beginning and end badly. Example : Mercedes and Chrysler.

If they wanted to invest in a motorcycle company, try an up and comer not some old has been.

Here's a candidate : http://www.vipermotorcycle.com/bikes.html
 
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minor moods. Wide beach bars on 2.5' risers (going back to the old indians) and shaving about 10k off all the models price.
 
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I would really like to see this model with a full Touring Option: Fairing, Audio, GPS, etc. In a perfect world, it would be great if there was a way to add/remove a fairing so that it can easily return to the look it has in the photo pictured above and added to provide the extras for road trips.
It's starting to call my name!
As you well know Andy, you can have anything you can afford.
http://dragonflycycleconcepts.com/fairings.htm

Only a red one with tan seat and bags will do for a bike this classic looking. Also, I believe you would need to take it all the way and put a tank shift (Chief Head Finial) on with a foot clutch. But hey, it's your $43,500 so you decide.


 
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My local dealer has a 2009 Vintage with 636 miles on it. Asking $21K:
 
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Too much money just for the sake of nostalgia IMHO. I mean I can appreciate the classic look, but anything more than 25k and it gets hard to swallow. You can buy one hell of a lot of bike for 35k.
 
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During my trip to the republic of texas rally, there was an indian at dream machines, OMFG it was amazing, I sat on the seat and still had two inches of width on either side of my ass, they are amazing bikes and I so want one when vic puts them into full tilt production
 
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