This is the maintenance schedule for the Indian Pursuit and all variants, including the Dark Horse and Limited variants (and any more that might be released in the future).

Indian has been making the Pursuit range of motorcycles since 2020. They’re all powered by a liquid-cooled engine — the 1768 cc (108 c.i.) “PowerPlus” 60-degree V-twin, the same motor found in the Indian Challenger.

The PowerPlus motor in the Indian Pursuit has an 11.0:1 compression ratio and makes peak torque of a whopping 128 lb-ft (174 Nm) at a low 3800 rpm, with peak power of a quite high 122 bhp (91 kW), thanks to the liquid-cooled high-revving engine (it has a rev limiter at 6500 rpm). Unlike for many cruisers, Indian quotes peak power for its PowerPlus motorcycles, because the power is quite high!

The Pursuit’s PowerPlus engine has single overhead chain-driven cams, four valves per cylinder, and hydraulic valve lash adjusters, meaning it doesn’t have scheduled valve clearance adjustments (hooray).

The drivetrain for the Indian Pursuit is via a wet clutch, a 6-speed transmission, and a belt final drive.

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