I don't think a lot of Hardley buyers actually ride the things. Certainly not very much. It's just a status symbol to some.Bare
I remain very skeptical of the new Indians. I was not at all impressed with that companies CAN AM trike, having overtaken & passed several on my 1994 650cc URAL Combo. There are no New Indians to really examine here, but the pictures show a machine very heavily into early 50's DECORATIVE styling. I see no need in the world to resurrect TAILFINS, or to sell yet another rock crushing motorcycle I'd be afraid to meet coming my way downhill on a twisty mountain road. Why oh Why doesn't some one resurrect a worthwhile retro VINCENT?
I remain very skeptical of the new Indians. I was not at all impressed with that companies CAN AM trike, having overtaken & passed several on my 1994 650cc URAL Combo.
YES, YES, PLEASE! WILL IT HANDLE ALSO? TALL SKINNY WHEELS? If only I weren't on a fixed income.
What's the advantage to using the UCE heads?
Ah. Yeah, good to be able to use the new hardware, better availability. Can he use the new cylinders too?It'd be nice if you could spin the rear head 180 degrees and use a Y intake manifold and a single throttle body between them, but then the pushrods would be on the wrong side.Scott
Absolutely! But the same can be said for most motos. Not necessarily the status, but purchased mid-life with good intent, then it just sits in the garage.