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Discussion in 'Indian Scout Sixty' started by NickJ, Jul 29, 2016.
Really sharp looking...no pun intended.
Howdy. Could you please tell me what mirrors those are on your 60, thanks heaps.
Bet those pipes woke up sleepy Kaponga
Nice photo, looks sharp as.
Not as much as the Maverick Crushers did, haha
Thanks, it's had a few wee changes since this shot. I will hopefully post a more up to date pic.
I wonder where the inspiration came from @muz?,......but then, I can't talk,.....seat alterations on the 18th Feb coming up?,..... Whose seat am I copying to a degree?,....hmmmm?,......and those 3" V & H slip ons are just the sweetest sight and sound,.....stuff it,.....I'm putting the Scout back together and going for a ride!,.....even though those southerly gales have arrived! What's the wind like in Taranaki and the East Coast Fella's? @Scouts Honour ? Windy your way?
Yeah Crushers are loud alright. The first Scout I test rode had them and the sound was awsome riding the twisties through the Port Hills. Great for a blast but not very neighbour friendly getting home from shift work. Interested to see what else you've changed.
Muz's Sixty is one sweet bike Mate,.....took my breath away when I saw it at the first rally in Taupo,.....he won prizes with it if my memory serves me correctly,.....ill say no more and let Muz post some pics ,......
Bit of wet stuff last night, sunny and windy here in the Naki
The list is too extensive, really, and still growing. It's a never ending piece of art, haha. Are you attending the Indian Rally in Taupo ?
Beaut day here in Hawkes Bay, 26d with a breeze, nice relief after yesterday. Hope to get a ride in after my chores
your red pin stripes and seat look awesome. That’s a real nice set up.
Thanks dude. yes its an addiction, haha, some things seem to work and I'm happy with, some things don't.
There's a lot to like!
I think those shocks look more balanced than the bullits too.
Indian Rally in Taupo is looking hopeful. Will know in a few days. Just got finalise some leave arrangements because if we come that far then it'll be part of a longer trip.
How about an updated pic Buddy,....
Absolute crap weather here, sunny but the wind has not let up all day. Had to shut garage doors to work, and it was foul weather in there too! In fitting the gear indicator I discovered that the assemblers had done a most beautiful job of putting all the wiring up and behind the regulator / rectifier!,.....that meant in order to connect ONE,!! wire, I've had to dismantle half the bike. The rectifier bracket is held on with four Bôlts, one of which you cannot undo because the exhaust is in the road. I thought, no, I'll remove battery and battery housing and get to my wire that way, nope!,....after 90 minutes trying to lift up the housing I gave up and went back to dismantling exhaust. Finally got the wire connected and started reassembling, thinking at last things are going ok,.......till I took some pics for you all,.....and what did I see on the floor at the back wheel,??, after I finished all the under seat assembly,?,........the battery clamp,.....,.....that's it! I'm having a beer! Tomorrow is another day,.....
Sounds like a bit of a challenge to fit. Beer sounds good for now and like you say, another day tomorrow. At least you know what is required now -