I have a T120 and my wife has a Street Twin, both are liquid/air cooled. Neither get stifling hot like many other bikes do. This setup does seem to do a good job managing heat.Triumph's T120 engine is water and air cooled, with a slim radiator between the down tubes. It seems the best compromise.
Well it's really four motors for the four lines. Sure two of them have two sizes at the moment but it's really four engines matched to the four lines and two of the lines have two engine sizes. And surely Indian will introduce more engine sizes on these four basic motors.IMO not making six motors... 4 lines no problem... keeping up with six different motors financially stupid
Nope.Yep, they are missing the boat on that one and we all know it. A retro Indian 4 would be a game changer. Give it that old school look and a canted tail pipe and holy shit they will sell 50,000 units the first year. But they should make it a water cooled 4 with old school fins and "look out Mama there is white dove floating up the river..."