For the iconic Indian
Motorcycle products, it was a 2018 lineup with more power and torque, delivered
from the same renowned Thunder Stroke 111 engine.
With motorcycles now having to
meet EU4 emission rules, there has been an on-going homologation process at
Spirit Lake to ensure Indian Motorcycle offers the best products possible, the
company said. As such, for 2018, all of the Thunder Stroke 111 engine models
have a 15hp increase in power and a 15Nm increase in torque.
International Product Manager, Ben Lindaman commented: “Indian’s engineering
team achieved the increase in power and torque by removing intake restrictions,
equipping the bikes with better flowing exhaust, and optimising the calibration
for this setup. The results are a substantial 21% power increase and an
improved throaty exhaust tone as well.”
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