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Indian Scout Sprint Racer revealed at Art & Wheels

The Young Guns Speed Shop finally reveal much teased ‘Miracle Mike’ sprint racer in Basel, Switzerland.

Having been teased for the past few months over the build, we’ve been expecting great things from the Swiss building duo; last update we got a logo, but this weekend we finally get to see the bike.

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The 1133cc v-twin engine has been married to a nitrous oxide system, meaning that the bike has had to be completely rewired and various components reseated.

Visually, it might not seem massively different from a regular Indian Scout upon first glance, but alongside huge component upgrades the addition of NOS would appear to have required quite a heavy reworking of the fuel tank and rehousing/rerouting of several elements.

The proof of the racing bike is in the racing however, and with this sprint scout due to show its teeth at Glemseck 101, Wheels & Waves later this year, and the Café Racer festival in Montlhery on Saturday 10th June, there isn’t long to wait.

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