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2016 Indian Chieftain on 2040-motos

US $26,900.00
YearYear:2016 MileageMileage:3 ColorColor: Silver

Staten Island, New York, United States

Staten Island, New York, United States
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Indian Chieftain photos

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Indian Chieftain tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):111 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle has an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer

Indian Chieftain description

2016 Indian Chieftain absolutely brand new condition! This is the bike you want it has everything! Indian Ape bars

Factory Warranty 

Financing Available 

HID Headlights and fog lights

Heated Touring Seat

Locking Tour Pack with interior lights, power outlet and carpeting

Indian custom floor boards for both rider and passanger

Heated grips

Soft Lower Engine Guard Enclosures

Kuryakyn Toe Peg Foot Rests

Rinehart Pipes

Engine Work: All work performed by LLOYDZ MOTORWERKS! This bike runs and sounds great! Dyno tuned to perfection by Lloyd himself, installed Lloydz Stage II Cams, LLoydz Air Cleaner (200% more air flow), Power Commander, Rinehart Exhaust.

This bike now has 92.43 Horse power AT THE REAR WHEEL NOT BRAKE HORSEPOWER! It has 120.25 lbs of torque!

Moto blog

Polaris Reports Q4 2011 Results

Wed, 25 Jan 2012

Polaris Industries reported a record net profit of $227.6 million for 2011. Polaris’ on-road arm, which consists primarily of Victory Motorcycles saw a 79% year-on-year increase in sales. Sales from on-road vehicles, including Victory and Indian motorcycles as well as small electric vehicles from the newly-acquired GEM and Goupil brands, totaled $146.3 million in 2011, compared to just $81.6 million in 2010.

Ace Motorcycle Predecessor to Indian Four

Wed, 24 Dec 2008

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. This old adage has never been more accurate than when describing a rare collection of motorcycle drawings from 1919 that were recently found in a trash bin. Created in 1919 by William Henderson, a man considered by many to be America’s most impressive motorcycle designer, this rare collection of original drawings depict the design of a brand known as the Ace, which later became part of the Indian Motorcycle Co.

Indian Motorcycle Weekends at Washington IMS

Thu, 09 Jan 2014

Indian Motorcycle will be in Washington, DC starting this Friday at 3 p.m. as part of the Progressive International Motorcycle Show (IMS). Riders who attend the IMS at the Washington Convention Center will be treated to a variety of events throughout the weekend – many of which honor the US service personnel stationed in the DC area.