Indian Scout

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Make ModelIndian Scout
Year: 2001.
Engine: Air cooled, four stroke, V-twin, 2 valve per cylinder.
Capacity: 1442
Bore x Stroke: 92.3 x 103 mm
Compression Ratio: 9.4:1
Induction: S&S Super E, 1 7/8″ venturi
Ignition / Starting: Electronic, computer-controlled / electric
Max Power: 75 hp 54.7 KW @ 5200 rpm
Max Torque:
Transmission / Drive: 5 Speed / belt
Frame: Robotically-welded, high-tensile steel, powder-coated, color-matched
Front Suspension: 41mm, hydraulic compression and rebound damping
Rear Suspension: Nitrogen-charged hydraulic dampers, coil springs with adjustable pre-load
Front Brakes: Stainless-steel disc, 4-piston billet-aluminum caliper
Rear Brakes: Stainless-steel disc, 4-piston billet-aluminum caliper
Front Tire: : 4.10″-19
Rear Tire: : MT90-16
Seat Height660 mm
Dry-Weight: 275 kg
Fuel Capacity: 22 Litres

by Victor Wanchena and Sev Pearman

It is a 45 Year: long story with enough twists and bends to make your head spin. I refer to the saga of Indian Motorcycle Company. Once the industry leader in motorcycles, by the early 50’s they had fallen on hard times. Low profits had forced the company to close its doors. The Year: s saw the marquee fall into a trading game. The only real viable asset left to Indian was their name and the all too famous script logo. The rights to the name traded hands and even ended up for a while on the Royal-Enfields produced in the country of India.

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