Indian is planning to launch a 1000cc variant of the Scout Bobber, or, to look at it a different way, a bobber sort of the Scout Sixty. The new version was certified by the California Air Resources Board and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency since the 2020 Indian Scout Bobber Sixty, which, as though it were not perplexing enough, will get a more compact version of the motor powering the anniversary edition Indian Scout Bobber Twenty.
While we wrap our minds around the mathematics of 20 > 60, it is relatively simple to determine what to anticipate from the Scout Bobber Sixty. The normal Scout Sixty is much like the Scout, just using a 1000cc V-Twin motor (versus 1133cc) plus also a five-speed transmission (in comparison to Scout’s six gears). The Scout Sixty lacks the highlights about the wheels and engine, in addition to the Scout’s passenger seats.
It stands to reason that the Scout Bobber Sixty will be like the Scout Bobber, but with blacked out a gearbox plus cylinder heads. The Bobber Sixty reduced suspension, very low profile seat, headlight, handlebars and foot pedal places of this Scout Bobber and will get exactly the fenders that are truncated.
The CARB executive order affirms that the Bobber Sixty transmission, in addition to a Phase 1 g and/or exhaust a Phase 1 g exhaust update in addition to updates. Beyond this, the CARB or EPA certification records offer any helpful particulars, though we can not rule out any changes Indian could pose for the Scout Sixty Bobber.
The Scout Sixty is priced at $8,999, or even $ 2,500 less than the 1133cc Scout. The Scout Bobber has an MSRP of $10,999, so we anticipate the 2020 Scout Bobber Sixty to come barring any surprises.