Are Indian Motorcycles fuel efficient?
Once the tuner was fitted it dropped to 52 MPG Imperial but recent readjustment of the tuner settings has seen it rise again to 60 MPG Imperial or in your speak, about 49.9 MPG US.
Does Harley own Indian Motorcycles?
In 1970, Harley produced the XR-750, shown above, a new Sportster-based entry for AMA Class C racing. In 1981, 13 Harley execs bought their company back from AMF. And in 2011, Polaris Industries bought Indian. All has been well with both companies since.
How much HP does a Indian Scout have?
Indian Motorcycle Scout / Scout Sixty Drivetrain
|Displacement:||69 cu in (1,133 cc )||60 cu in (999 cc)|
|Horsepower:||100 hp (74.7 kW) @ 8,100 rpm||78 hp (58.2 kW) @ 7,200 rpm|
|Peak Torque:||72 lb-ft (97.7 Nm) @ 6,000 rpm||65 lb-ft (88.8 Nm) @ 5,800 rpm|
What is the difference between Indian Scout and Scout 60?
The biggest difference (but not the only one) is that the Scout Bobber Sixty has a slightly smaller engine and makes a little less horsepower (but it’s also a little cheaper, and a great motorcycle for beginners). The Bobber Sixty also has more parts of the bike that are blacked out. Take some time to educate yourself.
Does Burt Munro’s record still stand?
This record still stands; Munro was 68 and was riding a 47-year-old machine when he set his last record. Working from his home in Invercargill, he spent 20 years to highly modify the 1920 Indian motorcycle that he had bought that same year.