We found the bike in the main exhibit hall where the uneven lighting wasn’t doing it any favors, though we could make out a super-slick new titanium exhaust system (still in 2-1 configuration) with a stainless collector and can from Fab28 (https://www.fab28industries.com/). The V-twin valve heads and air cleaner also received new finishes and graphics. Another big visual change comes from the addition of high-rise Z bars from Torch Industries and a custom fastback seat (with a serious bolster!) from Saddlemen. We also spotted new footboards, controls, and, since Hart’s a Dunlop guy, different rubber on this bike than on the stock Challenger. There’s probably much more going on underneath, but since the Indian crew was tight-lipped on the specifics, we’ll just have to serve up the photos for now. We’re sure more details will be out soon though, so stay tuned.