Indian Chief Vintage
|Passenger Back Rest||Yes|
|Fuel Capacity||5.5 Gallons|
|Miles per Gallon||42 MPG|
|Seat Height||27.25 Inches|
|Engine||Thunder Stroke™ 111|
|Displacement||111 cu in|
|Bore x Stroke||3.976" x 4.449" (101mm x 113mm)|
|Fuel System||CLOSED LOOP FUEL INJECTION / 54MM BORE|
|Suspension (Front)||TELESCOPIC FORK/4.7 IN (119 MM)|
|Suspension (Rear)||SINGLE SHOCK / 3.7 IN|
|Brakes (Front)||DUAL / FLOATING ROTOR / 4 PISTON CALIPER|
|Brakes (Rear)||SINGLE / FLOATING ROTOR / 2 PISTON CALIPER|
|Tires (Front)||DUNLOP® AMERICAN ELITE 130/90B16 67H|
|Tires (Rear)||DUNLOP® AMERICAN ELITE 180/65B16 81H|
|Exhaust||SPLIT DUAL EXHAUST W/ CROSS-OVER|
|Ground Clearance||5.5 IN|
|Wheel base||68.1 IN|
|Rake (at Steering Head)||29|
Love to see new places I been on the open road for long time just can't enough .
When the Vintage first showed up at Eaglerider New Orleans the first thing I was drawn to was the smell.
I know it sounds nuts but the leather smells awesome...
Then came bike night everyone rides a different bike for advertisement. Darren my boss said Melissa you ride the Indian. Pff alright I"m not scared.
Please, I was so nervous when we were taking off. But amazingly enough I was immediately comfortable with the handling and turning
of this beautiful machine.
I can't lie the front fender skirt was terrifying. But turned out to handle almost as good as my favorite (Street Glide). Affectionately known as"Big Bird ". Because he is YELLLLLOW...