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Give us an unbiased ride report when you put some miles on it:smile:

I'd give my right N_ _ for that bike as I'm not sure if I need them anymore anyway:wink2:

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Discussion Starter · #22 ·
Thanks! I'll try and get out for a longer ride this weekend. It goes in Saturday morning for the Stage 1 install, and they weren't clear whether I'd get it back that day or not. I would think so, as I'm sure I could install the pipes and air cleaner in an hour or so myself and whatever tuning change they make can't possibly take that long either. Its fine either way, I can always ride the Indian (first world problems). I've only put about 100 miles on that thing since the Stage 2 cams went in anyway... need to properly flog it some more.
 

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Boy that is something you don't hear very often. Usually it is about how expensive genuine Harley pieces are.
Yup, interesting that H-D means 'Hundred dollars'. Since Bert's took over Jim's H-D it cost over to ten dollars more for an oil change
than it used to, screw that, I'll get my back-pack an ride up to ThunderBay Custom cycles and buy my oil, filter and tranny fluid there,
what I save gives me a full tank of 93 octane gas.
 

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I guess I got used to Indian rape prices on aftermarket accessories. Case in point, a set of Indian Stage 1 pipes and end caps are $1000. The equivalent Harley pieces are $600. I guess maybe Indian is still suffering from lack of overall volume in that area... or, Polaris is greedy. Or, maybe both. :)
 
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