2020 Indian FTR 1200 S - Race-Replica

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The FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S are propelled by a powerful new liquid-cooled 1203cc V-Twin engine making approximately 120 horsepower and 85 ft-lbs
of torque. A flat torque curve ensures a progressive, predictable power delivery with loads of low-end punch and flexibility. The engine features a 12.5:1
compression ratio, high flow cylinder heads, and dual throttle bodies for optimal airflow and power. Additionally, the engine covers make wide use of
magnesium to reduce weight and utilise a low-inertia crankshaft that allows the engine to rev quickly for immediate response and thrilling acceleration.

Fuel Tank
The fuel tank on FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S is strategically located under the seat to make the bike feel more compact and give it unmatched agility.
This design centralises the mass, lowers the centre of gravity, and allows for an optimal airbox placement directly above the engine. Fuel capacity is 13 liters.

Similar to the FTR 750 race bike, the airbox on the FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S is placed directly above the engine to optimise airflow and maximise power. Each bike’s intake features Dual Mikuni Throttle Bodies and Electronic Throttle Control.

The FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S feature a tubular trellis style steel mainframe with an aluminium rear sub-frame that optimises rigidity and minimises weight. The design features a single side rear shock mount and aluminium support parts, including the rear engine mount, mid-frames and front head mounts. The frame also includes removable passenger hand-holds.

Front Suspension
The front suspension of the FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S are comprised of 43mm upside down cartridge forks with 150mm of travel. The front suspension has a hollow axle to minimize weight, with a 26.3° rake and 130mm of trail. The gold FTR 1200 S suspension is fully adjustable with preload, compression and rebound adjustments.

Rear Suspension
The FTR utilises a similar rear suspension and swing-arm design as the FTR 750 race bike, with a tubular steel construction and a side mounted monoshock with 150mm of travel to ensure maximum grip and compliance. The swing-arm pivot attaches to the engine’s crankcase in order to keep the wheelbase more compact, while a hollow rear axle helps reduce weight. The FTR 1200 features a monoshock with preload and rebound adjustments, while the FTR 1200 S features a monoshock with an aluminium piggy-back reservoir that is fully adjustable for preload, compression and rebound.

Wheels and Tyres
To further follow the style and design of the FTR 750, Indian Motorcycle worked with Dunlop® to create an all-new flat track-inspired street tire that is exclusive to the FTR. Modelled after Dunlop’s DT3 flat track-race tire, the DT3-R on the FTR1200 and FTR 1200 S are modified for the street – featuring closer tread blocks, a shallower tread depth and additional silica to increase grip and improve wear. Both the FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S feature 19-inch front and 18-inch rear light weight cast aluminium wheels.

The FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S feature dual radially mounted 320mm disc front brakes that are mounted directly to the wheel to decrease weight. Brembo® Monobloc M4.32 4-piston front calipers ensure exceptional control and stopping power. A single, 260mm semi-floating disc with a Brembo® P34 2-piston caliper provides stopping power for the rear. ABS is standard on both models.

Both models feature a power-assist slipper clutch inspired by the race clutch used on the FTR 750 race bike. The design reduces rear-wheel slip during deceleration for more control and creates a light clutch-lever pull. The 6-speed sliding mesh transmission ensures easy, crisp gear changes. The gear primary drive creates a smooth power delivery and requires minimal maintenance while the chain final drive more effectively transfers power to the rear wheel.

The FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S feature a flat track-inspired 2-1-2 design with brushed stainless-steel construction that provides a uniquely American V-Twin sound.
Riders looking to upgrade their exhaust can select between a low and high mount Akrapovic® slip-on exhaust that enhances the sound and style.

Flat track-styled ProTaper® aluminum handlebars further add to the styling of the bikes. Conveniently located handlebar controls allow the rider to control all features within the FTR 1200 S’s Ride Command touch screen system without taking their hands off the handlebar. 

The FTR 1200 features a 4-inch analog gauge with a USB fast charger that lets riders quickly charge mobile devices. The FTR 1200 S features an all-new 4.3-inch Ride Command LCD touchscreen display with high visibility and contrast so it’s easy to see in any lighting condition. The display includes Bluetooth® and a fast charge USB port so that riders can easily pair mobile devices and control their phone and music from the display. The display is customisation so riders can select a variety of configurations for the bike’s speedometer and gauges.