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1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar
1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar
1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar
1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar
1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar
1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar
1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar
1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar
1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar 1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar 1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar 1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar 1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar 1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar 1920 Indian Daytona Racer With Flxicar

1920 Indian Daytona Racer with Flxicar

Motivated by lackluster racing results in 1915, Indian developed a new Powerplus engine that was introduced along with its innovative “keystone” frame design in 1919.  The following year, the Daytona Racer appeared with a now-familiar “S”-shaped seat tube. Lacking brakes and full-functioning throttle, Indian Daytonas employed a kill switch located on the handlebars to slow the engine when going into turns. Sidecar versions of the Daytona were equipped with leaning “Flxicars”, which provided a passenger counterweight, improved traction, and reduced outside force, allowing for greater speeds in turns.

Collection of the Gilbert Family

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