In reality, both Harley-Davidson and Indian have sprinkled technology from fender to fender. The list between the two is long: huge disc brakes with Bosch ABS, satellite navigation, LED lights, remote keys, and enough watts in the sound system to shake ripe fruit from a branch. Cruise control, color screens, and Bluetooth connectivity. And yes, those enormous engines. The Street Glide uses a four-valve, precision-cooled V-twin spread at 45 degrees to avoid blasphemy, displacing 107 cubic inches. A massive 111ci mill in the Indian requires a 49-degree V to keep the cylinders away from each other, while it uses a more conventional two-valve setup and the wind whistling past to keep cool.