With it it means: attack the wagons instead of smoking the peace pipe, because the FTR not only has power, it can also drive dynamics. A V2 with powerful torque is pressed into the high-quality welded tubular space frame. Overzealous warriors get long arms when they step on the gas.
So that the 233-kilogram load doesn’t drift into the eternal hunting grounds in curves, the big Manitu has donated Brembo brakes (320 mm) and sticky Sportec tires from Metzeler. Even from afar, Siedler is startled by the powerful two-cylinder sound – but it’s not so loud that the chief’s feathers fall off his head.
Specifications and price: Indian FTR 1200
• Displacement 1203 cc
• Output 90 kW (123 hp) at 8250 rpm
• Maximum torque 120 Nm at 6000 rpm
• Top 190 km/h
• tires v./h. 120/70R17 / 180/55R17
• Seat height 780 mm
• Curb weight 233 kg
• Tank capacity 13 l
• Price from 13,990 euros