June/July 2000 Features
Welcome to yet another issue of the VI mag. Lots of things going on here. The Network is developing nicely, with established dealers joining the fun. We will no doubt see more dealers join as they discover the value of cooperation. Lots of new parts as usual. The new clutch plates have really taken off, and this is a neat example of how the VI can help both riders and manufacturers. Another is Stan's Chief project, wich will live-test a bunch of the parts, you've seen on the VI. The Warpath "People's Indian" is also coming along nicely, and as the engine case patterns near completion, there will be a lot of Warpath stuff in coming issues. If you fancy building a Warpath bike, let's hear about your version! Moen
Virtual Indian T-shirts! Dress in style and support the VI. Updated 6.29!
KING Kevlar Clutch update Tester feedback, new models and dealers.
New Fender Skirts From Tom Keene (in Titanium, too -for racers!).
New Pinion Shaft Seal and other Neat News from Kiwi Indian.
Case Update Pattern Progress and Primaries.
Dealers New! VI Dealers' pages. New part of the Network.
VI Buyers' Club Do you want a new Chief frame? Or ACE forks? Or?
VI Exchange Parts for parts, parts for services, services...
Monthly page on the Peoples' Indian.
Bob Kelley Goes a'riding.
Chopper Corner Tim Pickering examines Chief Choppers.
Editorial Our Magazine. Moen says it ain't his.
Struck Cindy Gargagliano on Motor Maids.
Blueprint Project Update from Dave Clements and team. Engine plates.
Fitting the KING Clutch New! How-to series. Report from Lyle Landstrom.
Fitting the Moto Valve Another how-to from Lyle Landstrom
Rob Olsen on the basics of 4-cylinder lubrication.
640 Restoration, part 7 Jim Jones gets to the generator.
Rick Abbott's 101 Racer "Mean Machine" rings kinda true here...
Ken Kemp's Wreck Indian Chief going down -and back up again!
Sport Scout Tom Lovejoy's Introduction to the World of Indians.
Jessup's New Chief Project, part 2 A Bike Built to Ride.
Oley 2000 Eli Sentman goes to Pennsylvania.
Stan Jessup goes to Oregon.
How's the Wigwam these days? Brett Herrey investigates.
This month's new Indian Sites. New monthly feature
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