Indian Bike not too long ago unveiled a street-legal “customized,” combining its successful chrome-moly flat-track chassis with the 1,133cc Scout motor. It’s the bike many people have been begging Indian for, and now—whereas we’ve got no phrase of any manufacturing mannequin coming down the pike—the Minnesota producer has simply given us hope that we’d sometime see this beast grow to be a actuality.
“The Scout FTR1200 Customized is a celebration of the Indian Scout FTR750’s dominant efficiency in American Flat Observe. Impressed by the enduring model of the Scout FTR750, The Scout FTR1200 Customized is an exploration of what a street-legal tracker may seem like.” —Indian Bike
We ran the FTR1200 Customized on our dyno to see what sort of numbers it put down. Operating fourth-gear pulls we obtained 98.83 hp at 7,640 rpm and 76.60 tq at 5,720 rpm out of the l iquid-cooled, 60-degree, 1,133cc V-twin motor with S&S Cycle Tracker exhaust .
“Whereas we’ve got all 10 fingers crossed hoping to see extra evolve from this bike, proper now Indian is sticking to its weapons that “it’s only a customized.” If it’s a idea, we’re simply praying will probably be as near this as doable.” —Morgan Gales