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Original 6v generator that fits Indian Chief 1940-50, mount bracket, cap, pully, voltage regulator, taken off my father's 1950 Indian Chief (owned since 1962), when he converted to 12v and added an electric starter (mounting bolts/washers, and battery bolt not original). Generator/voltage regulator is in great working condition. Winning bidder please send me your address and I can give you exact shipping cost, and then receive total bill for this item. Accept bank cashier's check or cash. No deposit required.
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Moto blogTue, 03 Jul 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Hero MotoCorp has launched the Ignitor, a 125cc premium model based on the CBF Stunner from former partner turned rival Honda. The Ignitor is one of the final models Hero will produce with technology licensed from Honda, and it is expected to bridge the gap before Hero introduces its own new models (with help from a gentleman named Erik Buell.) Like the Stunner, the Hero Ignitor is powered by a 125cc single-cylinder engine. Both models claim 11hp and 8 ft-lb., but the Ignitor reaches its peak torque at 5000 rpm while the Stunner has to spin up to 6500 rpm.Mon, 11 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0700
To mark the unveiling of its new Thunder Stroke 111 engine, Indian Motorcycle revealed a custom-built streamliner motorcycle dubbed the “Spirit of Munro“, equipped with the new Indian engine. The “Spirit of Munro” is a tribute to the Munro Special, the 1920 Indian scout that set a new land-speed record in 1967 at the Bonneville Salt Flats for under-1000cc motorcycles. The Munro Special was famously depicted in the 2005 film “The World’s Fastest Indian“, starring Anthony Hopkins.Tue, 28 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700
In 1914 the city of Dodge City, Kansas held a motorcycle race, the Dodge City 300, attracting over 17,000 spectators. By 1921 there were more than 20,000. The race was held on a two-mile dirt oval and was sanctioned by the FAM (Federation of American Motorcyclists).
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