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Victory's New Bikes

Post by Phantom on Wed Jan 25, 2012 1:33 pm

Anybody been keeping an eye on victory? I have. They have released some new models lately. i do miss my Harleys, but these bikes have caught my attention.

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What are your thoughts on what Victory is doing and some of the bikes they are producing now? I am just about ready to start seriously looking for my next bike and it may well be a victory.

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Re: Victory's New Bikes

Post by DirtFreak on Wed Jan 25, 2012 4:01 pm

I would buy the Ness Cafe if I had the money.

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Re: Victory's New Bikes

Post by hayweed on Thu Jan 26, 2012 8:51 am

Haven't really been keeping up with it. But they seem to be building some nice quality bikes.

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Re: Victory's New Bikes

Post by tully_mars on Thu Jan 26, 2012 9:51 am

I have been watching them. To me....

The PROS
Good strong reliable engine. No need to modify for additional power.
Great lines, good looking bikes
Engine is very smooth, i really like their engines.
Good colors and paint combinations

The CONS
Poor resale
Controls are loose and seem kind of cheap, especially foot controls
Lots of hours entailed to do a simple Stage 1
Few aftermarket parts and accessories.
lots of plastic on bikes

Just my opinions.

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Re: Victory's New Bikes

Post by ZombieNNN on Thu Jan 26, 2012 2:12 pm

Very nice.
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Re: Victory's New Bikes

Post by beachbum_ on Fri Feb 03, 2012 9:14 pm

well u know im predjudice when it comes to vics mine has let me down once snapped a clutch cable at around 10k of course it was my dumbass fault for not lubing the ball after many bike washes. other than that i have replaced the tires and brake pads oh and a set of spark plugs just 23k on it so i dont think the maintenance has been to high brakes tires etc mostly my fault as this bike is the first one i rode in 30 years so i probaly was a little hard on it. only other thing is once a harley guy said it ran all the grease out of his axles on a ride LOL. that was a nice little ride to pensacola beach. the big question would i buy another one without a doubt, cant justify doing it because this one rides an runs so strong. PS she dont look to shabby even though i have rode her hard an put her up wet beach_

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