By Chase Hadden
Born in the Dirt, Brought to the Street
Since selling this kit to professional racers since 2015, Roland Sands Design has finally decided to open the gates to the public and provide the world with their Street Tracker Kit for the Indian Scout.
Prior to Indian building their FTR race bike, the American OEM was stuck sliding a modified Scout around the track. These flat track Scouts typically took the kit that Roland Sands Design had to offer and slapped it onto their motorcycle. Six years (and an Indian FTR or two) later, RSD has decided to bring the flat track Scout’s looks to the street with this new bolt-on kit.
This kit is designed to be directly bolted onto your existing Scout or Scout Sixty (it must be a 2015 model or newer), and highly modifies the look, breathing a new level of aggression to the refined look of the traditional Scout.
The main difference between this kit and the one that flat track racers were using in 2015 is the inclusion of signals and a taillight. The only thing missing from this kit to complete the look is an upgraded rear suspension kit to lift the rear of the motorcycle, but beyond that it has you covered. All the body panels you need, subframe, tail section, seat and the likes are included in the kit.
This kit retails for $1300 USD, and RSD also has some other parts that can be bundled into the kit such as bar risers and updated foot controls.
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