Maybe reviewer needs carpal tunnel surgery? I ride singles cross country, 500 mile days, after my surgery and have no issues whatsoever. Before surgery silky smooth Beemers caused me pain and numbness.Reviews online said has some vibration in the upper rpms. Put his hand to sleep. Don’t sound good.
Also said 4,000 rpm @ 68 mph in top gear.
Hope they didn’t screw it up.
True for the most part though I'm not sure Polaris would have taken such a bold (and ultimately wildly successful) swing at flat track racing had they never secured the Indian brand. No game changing FTR750, no serious presence in Super Hooligan racing, beyond the bikes these are my favorite things about Indian today. I'm positive they would have maintained a presence in the racing world with Victory but it would likely have been a much smaller footprint with much less invested. The Indian name gave Polaris a colossal reputation to live up to.They're evolving fast because they only changed Victory's name to Indian . Their technology already exists ,it just has a new name now . The drag bikes ,pikes peak bike and all the testing done at the Isle of man . Companies don't forget those kind of investments ,they keep em in the back pocket till they become relevant .
No, what I was talking about is the thing sitting behind the left floorboard, behind the rider's foot. Looks like an air cleaner to me. Also, there does not appear to be an air cleaner in the usual place, near the rider's left knee.This may be the battery. If you remember the Victory battery was up front under the oil cooler.
I may be wrong, but I assume that it is the clutch cover.
That would be the primary\clutch cover(similar to the Victory).