ducatif1
Howdy Chappies , just brought myself a 2017 Indian Touring bike its like the Hamburger with the lot , very happy
While this bike a mile from exciting, its a load of fun for touring on and thats why ive gone down this street. 
Really enjoying the sound system, it actually works at speed 
At 400kgs it always going to be a slug so ill keeping it a stock as block
ride safe team
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V-Twin
Hey Ducatif1,

Welcome to our forum.  Glad you are enjoying your 2017 Indian.  Which model did you get?  Where are you from?  Enjoy your stay.
Let's be kind to one another.
Melbourne, Victoria
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gazman
Welcome Ducatif1.
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hallzee
Welcome mate, looking forward to a ride
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Robbo
Welcome Ducatif1
Enjoy the forum and keep  having fun on your Indian. 
2017 Dark Horse  - Stage 2, Rush Pipes

Location - Perth, Western Australia
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DrZ
dallasskyline_new.jpg 
Welcome to the Tribe from Dallas Texas USA.
I agree, your touring scoot will never create a stripe of fire coming off your back tyre..there are some things you can do to improve things slightly.  I am going to include a link of a post I made on another site.  It concerns punching the plugs from your exhaust pipes.  Improves sound, and fuel economy.
http://www.indianmotorcycles.net/threads/punching-the-exhaust-plugs-the-day-has-arrived.2294/
    
Enjoy your ride.
Semper Fi,
Z
Bike History
2015 Indian Roadmaster , 2014 Indian Chieftain, 2005 Honda Goldwing GL1800, 1999 HD Road King Classic, 1994 HD Fatboy, 1986 HD  Heritage Softail, 1978 HD ElectraGlide, 1972 HD SuperGlide, 1969 HD XLCH Sportster, 1945 HD WLA,  1963 Honda 305 Dream.
USMC 1969 - 1978
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Smiley
Welcome to the forum Ducatif1. Enjoy your Indian.
Cheers Smiley
2016 Scout (red) Canberra, ACT
IRMG #AU 100935
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crash
Hi Ducatif1, Welcome.

Yep, they are not the quickest out of the blocks but pulls a smile like you wouldn't believe.
Ulysses #30673
IMRG #AU100394
Current: RoadMaster (ebony and ivory)
Highett Victoria Australia
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ducatif1
Thanks Champions for the notes
I have the Road-master for Family duty's. Lucky i never had Kids
Yeap its quite the big rig in the same colours as the Crash above
looking forward to a many kms trouble free i hope
see ya on the road 
Louis 
 
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Jollster

Glad to have you here ducatif1

After a few trips on the Roadmaster, you may change your username to Roadmasterf1 😅

2017 Thunder Black Scout.
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Jollster
Or maybe RMF1?
2017 Thunder Black Scout.
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crash
Jollster wrote:
Or maybe RMF1?

or maybe F1RM (oh, second thoughts that might not be such a good idea) 😉
Ulysses #30673
IMRG #AU100394
Current: RoadMaster (ebony and ivory)
Highett Victoria Australia
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hallzee
crash wrote:

or maybe F1RM (oh, second thoughts that might not be such a good idea) 😉


Hahaha +1 for F1RM
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V-Twin
hallzee wrote:
Hahaha +1 for F1RM
It has to be better than L1MP 
Let's be kind to one another.
Melbourne, Victoria
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crash
V-Twin wrote:
It has to be better than L1MP 


Oh v-twin (as he walks away shaking his head) - there is no such Indian as an MP!! 
Ulysses #30673
IMRG #AU100394
Current: RoadMaster (ebony and ivory)
Highett Victoria Australia
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crash
Sorry DucatiF1, these guys just can't seem to stay on topic (it must be an age thing) 😃
So a 2017 RM - very nice - all you need now is a sheepskin to protect the seat 😉
Ulysses #30673
IMRG #AU100394
Current: RoadMaster (ebony and ivory)
Highett Victoria Australia
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V-Twin
crash wrote:
So a 2017 RM - very nice - all you need now is a sheepskin to protect the seat 😉
How does it always come back to sheep skins?  🙄😝
Let's be kind to one another.
Melbourne, Victoria
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Cloud
and is it really wat the sheepskin is used for..?? ilmfao

welcome Ducatif1
Ride Safe, Ride Often
2016 Chief Dark Horse
with a few modest mods
NOR Perth WA


IMRG AU - 101381
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