Even before the Indian FTR 1200 arrives there is already a host of accessories available for the bike including two types of Akrapovic slip-on titanium and stainless steel mufflers.
These accessories should help defray some of the criticism of the exhaust and plump seat. It may also thwart some of the aftermarket suppliers from producing their own accessories.
The four accessory packs are labelled Tracker, Rally, Sport, and Tour, two of which have high-mount Akrapovic exhausts similar to the FTR1200 Custom concept which was universally praised.
Indian Motorcycle Australia spokesman Peter Harvey says the parts are all individually available “to allow riders to build the bike in the style they prefer”.
There is no discount pricing for buying the parts as a whole pack.
Indian FTR 1200 accessories
Here are the packs with American pricing. Australian pricing will be announced closer to launch in early 2019.
This collection features the high-mount titanium and steel Akrapovic slip-on muffler ($US1699.99) and mounting kit ($US79.99), plus side number plates ($US199.99), clear turn signal lenses ($US119.99), rally foot pegs ($US279.99), a high number plate mount ($US249.99), tracker seat ($US199.99) and seat cowl ($US299.99) and waffle handgrips ($US29.99).
This off-roading collection also has the high-mount muffler and adds aluminium spoked wheels ($US1299.99), sport screen ($US149.99), front mudguard ($US299.99), rear mudguard ($US$199.99), aviator seat ($US$299.99), rally footpegs ($US279.99), high number plate mount ($US249.99), aluminium radiator guards ($US249.99), tank covers ($US449.99), Protaper handlebar ($US119.99).
This is the smallest collection and emphasises on-road performance with a low-mount titanium and stainless steel Akrapovic slip-on muffler ($US1499.99) carbon fibre tank covers ($US599.99), carbon seat cowl ($US399.99) and carbon front mudguard ($US299.99).
Touring range will be limited by the 13-litre fuel tank, but these accessories should make the ride more comfortable. The pack features the low-mount mufflers, plus a water-resistant messenger bag ($US279.99) for the left side of the bike only as the exhaust prohibits two side bags. It also includes a bag mounting kit ($US129.99), windshield ($US179.99) windshield mount ($US249.99), tank bag ($US279.99) and rear luggage rack ($US249.99).
You can check out the accessories catalogue here, but note it has American pricing.
Indian FTR 1200 tech specs
- Ride-away prices: $A19,995 (base black) $A22,995 (FTR 1200 S, red and grey or titanium and black) $A23,995 (Race-Replica)
- Engine: 1203cc liquid-cooled, 60 degrees, DOHC, 4-valves per cylinder, V-twin
- Bore x stroke: 102mm x 73.6mm
- Compression: 12.5:1
- Power: 89kW @ 8250rpm
- Torque: 115Nm @ 6000rpm
- Transmission: 6-speed, chain drive
- Suspension: 43mm USD forks; mono shock; 150mm travel
- Dry weight: 221kg
- Clearance: 183mm
- Length: 2286mm
- Seat: 840mm
- Wheelbase: 1524mm
- Lean angle: 43 degrees
- Brakes: 320mm discs with 4-piston caliber; 265mm disc with 2-piston caliber, ABS
- Tyres: 120/70R19; 150/80R18