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Andy Downes  says:

Indian unveils new 1819cc V-twin engine

Historic American motorcycle firm Indian has revealed the first completely new engine in 70 years as part of the rebirth of the name under the ownership of the huge Polaris Industries; the same firm that owns Victory. The 1819cc (or 111cubic inch) V-twin is called the ‘Thunder Stroke 111’ and was unveiled at the huge Daytona Bike Week event in Florida,...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (11 March 2013 11:58)

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Dec 08

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boybilly1967 says:

It looks like a side valve Brough SS80 engine, intereting though. Glad they have not gone for another Harley clone.

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Jan 13

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Boxer12 says:


Another Harley clone? Indian is older! so it's the other way around

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Aug 07

Posts: 42

charlesq_70 says:

Wow, that really is beautiful. They've made some good decisions here, sticking with pushrods and two valves per cylinder but adding oil cooling. I hope they stay with a 2-into-1 exhaust too. Looks like they're well on the way to proving their Harley-beating credentials, but eventually I'd like to see smaller bikes in the line up too. A nice little Deus-style Indian thumper, how cool would that be.

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