I'm sure the "Motor Company" will offer a "parts shedding kit" in its P&A catalog. It will come with some non-toxic, biodegradeable goodies that will randomly fall off the bike giving you the nostalgic feel of being a real biker.
In addition, the "vibrator seat" will also be offered. It will have a reostat that will allow you to dial in the appropriate levels of vibration for you and your passenger. Levels of vibration will be:
1) Pretty smooth
2) A little tingly
3) Honey, turn this thing around and take me home and nail me!
You know, I was really hoping they'd counterbalance it instead. The Sportsters get their "sporting nature" at least in part from the solid mounting of the engine. Well, that, and to prevent the frame from twisting up like a pretzel.
Still, after the Twinky engine, we all expected that they would have to do *something* to the Sporty. And, really, pretty well anything is a help. I wouldn't actually mind seeing the 984cc Buell motor in a version of the Sportster, myself.
I've got less than 2000 miles on the Glide due to business commitments, rain and of course, parenting duties. The rubbermounts are pretty good at keeping the parts from flinging off. I put 35,000 miles on my Dyna Low Rider and managed to keep it together.
Remember when Honda changed the Shadow to a single pin crank to make it shake more and then switched back to the old crank after a couple of years? With the price of Honda parts, you don't want too many of them flinging off!
"You think Harleys are expensive? Try dropping a Honda!"
I'm not to sure about this Trevster bike. In fact, even though there is a Trevster in the Trev Deeley Motorcycle Museum, it is some old prototype and nothing indicative of what one would expect from the Motor Company. I believe that we will see a revamped Sportster with the Buell type engine with the fuel injection. It will more than likely be rubber mounted like the Buells but it most likely won't be festooned with the monicker, "The Trevster".