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Author Topic: Cozy or Inder  (Read 409 times)

Grant Borden

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Cozy or Inder
« on: November 13, 2014, 09:29:22 pm »
Considering adding a side car to my 2014 C5, what is the difference between the two other than the $1500 price?

Would a sprocket change be necessary?

Thanks in advance,
Grant
2014 Royal Enfield C5 (Lizzie AKA Elsie)
2008 Kawasaki Concours14
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1980 Vespa P200E
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Kevin Mahoney

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Re: Cozy or Inder
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2014, 11:43:47 pm »
Sprocket change depends upon your bike. In all cases there is a difference between "nice!" and "nah, it's OK"
Inder versus Cozy versus Kozy = You get what you pay for.

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Re: Cozy or Inder
« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2015, 11:04:05 pm »
Strongly agree with Kevin.  Was in the process of hooking an Inder Retro to my G5 when we discovered it was shipped without all the parts.  The seller had a very slightly used Kozi Rocket he let me have for what the Inder would have cost.  Had the chance to compare the two sitting side by side.  There IS a difference.  Believe I pointed out some of them in the thread labeled "HELP"

Did not change sprockets and mine is running fine.

Mike
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2009 V-Star 950 Tourer w/Velorex 562

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Re: Cozy or Inder
« Reply #3 on: June 21, 2015, 03:12:52 pm »
Purchased and Inder Euro just before Christmas . I purchased it from a supplier in New Orleans. It arrived at my place of work in the New Year in a large crate with no fitting instructions. A web search got me some good info but not really enough so I emailed Inder direct. The response was quick with a PDF file of instructions including photos. Fitting and set-up was more straight forward than I had expected. The only issue other than the lack off instructions had been the lack of a steering damper. Inder , however came up trumps again. One email and they quoted me a price for the correct damper and mounts and in less than a week after payment it was  on my doorstep.
Now 2011 Royal Enfield G5 and just added 2014 Continental GT
Then:-
1978 Ducati 900 GTES
1969 Ducati 350 Desmo Racer
1972 Mototrans Ducati 250 24 Horas
1965 Triumph Tiger Cub 200
1967 BSA Bantum