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    I can't read German........but it looks kinda cool. http://www.custombike.de/bikes/india...ad_171117.html

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    When children paint a motorcycle: a black flywheel as an engine, a wheel in the front and back. Then an unhealthily bent driver. When Kay Blanke paints a motorcycle: a chrome-drenched engine, a wheel in front and behind. An unhealthily nourished driver: me. Louis Engina is a driving engine with the power of a whole Indian horde








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      Take one hand of a can of 900 milliliters, cross your forearms at a 49-degree angle and make a circular motion out of your shoulders. Two more hands each lead a Red Bull can up and down at the upper reversal point. What sounds like a fitness video for pregnancy recovery is very figuratively what happens in a real V2 with 1800 cubic, whose valve discs have the diameter of children's hands. In this specific case, it is 1811 cubic and that belong to the engine of an Indian Chief. In that engine, Louis Press boss Kay Blanke has been in love since the presentation and from it should eventually a light racer à la Louis arise. At some point is now and from a 357-kilo Indian Engina has become. Realized lightweight space with the powerfully tuned heart of a heavy metal woman. Key Facts: Fewer over 210 kilograms fully fueled, 125 Mustangs and 185 Nm at the clutch. Before: 72 hp, 132 Nm. Questions about pressure or draft after tuning? I do not think so.


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        For the 47 percent increase in output, I would like to thank Engine Pope Ulf Penner. His initially simple plan to sharpen the slack timing with new camshafts, should then only be the first step to comprehensive engine tuning. The cylinder heads are properly planned to increase the compression. Then the entire valve train with tuning parts is made fresh for more speed: Due to the new mapping, the fat twin is allowed to turn a good 900 turns higher - this is an announcement for the moving masses. But not enough, the valve seats are ground at a different angle and the intake manifold and inlet channels with epoxy resin for faster gas exchange redesigned. In conjunction with the open intake funnel and an equally open exhaust system is now powerful pressure in the cylinder. For the diet of a good 140 kilograms, mostly Sam Aquarius is responsible for the UNO. He welds a completely new tubular frame and gives the engine the desired, prominent appearance. At the series swingarm he changes the intake to directly steer a Wilbers strut. In the front end, the fork of a BMW S1000 R works with a Wilbers cartridge kit. Firmly gripped by specially manufactured Alpha Racing triple clamps. The BMW also takes over the Brembo brake package. In swingarm and fork - how could it be otherwise today - custom Kineo rims rotate. Over the mighty cylinders and the new pipe, Blechpapst Michael Naumann is allowed to let off steam. The drop-shaped tank, the narrowest tail of recent history and the battle-ready front mask are created with hammer and sack (ie the tools). Incidentally, according to the shape of the tank and its volume: fit only a few drops of combustible pure - what I may learn unintentionally. No matter.


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          For the paint job again the Schrammwerk is responsible and Danny takes the topic of Indians seriously. After many hours in the cabin, Engina dignifies the feather headdress of a great chief - Geronimo sends his regards. Unfortunately, the time pressure can be clearly seen in the optical finish and feel: The Louis stickers on the tank and mask are glued on and not over-painted. Ugly. One will also be allowed to complain. Sorry, Kay. By the way, also for the fact that I had the titanium elbow neatly grind. Even with little cornering the Edelrohr crawls early over the asphalt. If there were more downslope available, Engina would become a true cornering robber, and the suspension could offer that as well as more usable. Super agile, easy and precise it can be chased through long, tight curves. Although the powerful flywheel between the legs (the engine!) Is clearly noticeable, it is also impressive as a handy example of centralized masses. A wonderful driving. And again and again this bestial pressure from the reactor below you. From 3000 U / min, the twin beats out so bad performance that it probably needs a gun license. Although only another 3000 tours, but cut me a smile in the face. Not so innocent: the open Shark stopper. The skin produces a sound pressure on the gently flowing dike and in the seismological observatory the earthquake displays are striking. Legal: no. Makeable? Yes, for the little thing of 60,000 euros Engina can be built. I'm looking for bottles in the basement.


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            Technical specifications Indian Chief Vintage Year 2016 Builder: Detlef Louis Workshop Crew engine Two-cylinder four-stroke engine, ohv two-valve, 1811 ccm (bore / stroke 101 x 113 mm) Air filter: open funnel Cylinder heads: planned and processed channels Camshaft: Indian Stage 2 kit with Penner profile Valve gear: adapted and revised Exhaust: Trautmann manifold, Shark end pot Transmission: six-speed Performance: 125 hp at 5200 rpm Torque: 185 Nm at 4300 rpm landing gear Steel tube spine frame, motor bearing, built by UNO Sam Aquarius Fork: USD fork S1000 R with Wilbers Cartridge Kit Triple trees: Alpha Racing Wheels: 17 "-Kineo Brakes: vo. S1000 R. hi. Indian Chief Swingarm: reworked strut mount Strut: Wilbers equipment Tank: Michael Naumann Handlebar: Stub by Gilles Tooling Handles: Motogadget Bench: Michael Naumann Lamp: Koso LED lights Taillight: Highsider LED Disguise: Michael Naumann Blinker: Kellermann Bullet Atto Footpegs: Gilles Tolling metry Curb weight: <220 kg Wheelbase: k. A.


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