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The Zombie resembles a Harley Davidson Fat Bob Custom with a rigid body frame, as evidenced by the lack of a separate rear suspension module. The back of the bike is taken after a Harley Davidson Iron 883 with the fender and 2 tail lights.
The Zombie will have a wide range of parts, resulting in different combinations. These are:
- Slim fuel tank, Rounded fuel tank with single gas cap and rounded fuel tank with double gas caps. These will have different tribal paints on it and sometimes, "skull-themed" decals.
- Whitewall tires and "Redwall" tires.
- Dual Exhaust tubes and dual exhaust tubes with a single end.
- Lower transmission covers in a standard form, decorated with "skull-themed" decals and plain covers with Liberty Chop Shop badges.
- Rider's seat with or without "skull-themed" decals.
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While able to reach a decent top speed, the Zombie's handling suffers due to the oversized front tire, and the bike is susceptible to oversteer. It can only do wheelies from high revs, and by transferring weight to the back before taking off. The engine is a chain-driven, two-cylinder V-Twin internal combustion engine with a manual transmission, as evidenced by the foot-actuated gear shifter. The Zombie has elongated "ape hanger" type handlebars, which make cornering difficult with the increased sweep caused by the handle arms.
The Zombie has mostly good handling. Its speed and braking are superior to most motorcycles in GTA IV, compensating for its flaws.
GTA IV Overview
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V-Twin (In-game model)
- The Lost Brotherhood
- Jim Fitzgerald will have a black Zombie with "Redwall" tires, black rims, black panelings and frame, a custom gas tank with custom pin striping, an oversized carburetor on the right side of the engine, and a repositioned jolly roger on the gas tank lid. While some details changes, the overall paintjob and the "Redwall" tires will be always there.
- Lester Arnold
- Jason Michaels
Grand Theft Auto IV
- Usually spawns all over Middle Park.
- Spawns when driving mostly any motorcycle.
- Found near Acter, driven by The Lost.
- Easily accessible in GTA IV during No Love Lost and No Way on the Subway, when the player kills members of The Lost, particularly Jason Michaels and Jim Fitzgerald.
- Spawns more frequently when driving a Turismo.
- The default radio station in the Zombie is Liberty Rock Radio 97.8.
- In the GTA IV mission No Way on the Subway, and in The Lost and Damned, Jim Fitzgerald is depicted riding a Zombie B.
- The Lost paintjob can be sprayed on any Zombie in The Lost and Damned, but these don't have the modifications.
- The Zombie is based on the Exile Hot Rod by Russell Mitchell. The only differences are twin headlights, a "tribal" paintjob and the addition of a pillion pad to the Zombie.
- In The Lost and Damned, Zombies with custom paint jobs spawns more often than the plain-coloured version.
- In the mission No Love Lost, Niko must chase down and kill Jason Michaels who is escaping from him. He is seen riding a Zombie. In addition, his Zombie's tires cannot be popped, making this one of the only vehicles in the entire game to have any sort of immunity.
- The Zombie does not return in Grand Theft Auto V, but they can be seen on Steve Haines's TV show when he talks about The Lost MC.