Victory Vegas Jackpot Smashes Yamaha R1 Off the Start
2007 Victory Vegas Jackpot Beats 2006 Yamaha R1 Off the Start.
Here's the low down on this run.
R1 versus Vic Vegas Jackpot
Jackpot has a new ram air and MSD twin coils.
I preheated the rear tire with a burn out using VP Racing Fuels VHT since the tire kept spinning on launch. Dint try a test launch first. The bike ripped off the line a started to come over. I chopped the throttle and shut down the run immediately - you can see my break light come on right as I come past. It would have been a close run, but with the current mods, Mariah (my vic Vegas Jackpot will take a stock R1 easily through the 1/8 and maybe at the 1/4. they're FAST!
Stock 100 Cube Victory smashes 110 Cube Screamin' Eagle Harley
This video shows a 2007 Victory Vegas Jackpot 100 CI lining up against a
2007 Harley Davidson Screamin' Eagle Dyna Low Rider 110 CI with all the
Screamin' Eagle high performance engine parts Harley's Custom Vehicle
Operations Department could muster. Along with all those high performance
parts, the Harley has 10% more displacement than the Victory. Doesn't sound
fair does it?
Victory Motorcycles: Jackpot vs. Rocker C
The Victory Vegas Jackpot continues its unrelenting assault on tradition,
blurring the lines between stock and custom. To find out more on this great
bike visit http://www.victorymotorcycles.com. Made for riders who want to
thunder down the road on a machine dripping in polished chrome and primal
graphics, this is the bike that makes its own statement.
We put the Jackpot up against the Harley-Davidson Rocker C to find out
which bike is best in: Performance, Comfort & Handing, and Value. Watch the
video to learn which cruiser motorcycle is best in class.
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Victory 2010 45Deg Jackpot
2010 Victory Jackpot with the KewlMetal 45Deg Bolt On Rake Kit / Chopper
Built by KewlMetal Jan 2010
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Victory Motorcycles: Vegas vs. Dyna Wide Glide
Long sweepers or sharp, twisty curves. In 2011, the Victory Vegas is back
with its legendary versatility for any road you seek out, while adding more
power for the ride. Learn more about the bike at
With 23% more torque than Harley-Davidson, and 97 horsepower, the new
106-cubic-inch Freedom V-Twin is at the heart of its long, low profile. We
decided that numbers aren't enough, so we put the Vegas up against its
competitor the Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide. Find out which bike is
truly is best in class.
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Victory Vegas Jackpot
Learn all about the features and benefits of the Victory Vegas Jackpot from
this 6 point walkaround video.
ride out of grand canyon. one handed 135 mph. crazy ride home thanks to
victory jackpot beats rocket 3 Drag race
Paul Wilson's Lloydz breathed on Victory Jackpot does 11.64 ET beating a
triumph rocket 3. Watch the rocket at the end of the race as it hits the
cones at 115 MPH. Check out http://www.lloydz.com/
Victory Vision road test review
Victory's Vision is a motorcycle unlike any other. One of the heaviest
motorcycles ever produced in volume production, it takes big V-twin touring
to new levels, effectively outgunning its fellow- American manufacturer in
every respect. Gizmag puts a thousand clicks on the bike in a fortnight to
discover what it's all about.
Full review and write up:
Victory Motorcycles: Behind the Scenes with Zach Ness and the NessCafe
Go behind the scenes with Zach Ness as he builds NessCafe, his custom cafe
racer inspired Victory Judge. Learn more about the Judge at
We spent four days with Zach at Lloydz Motorworkz as he rebuilt the engine
and assembled this one of a kind motorcycle which was revealed at the 2012
New York City International Motorcycle Show.
Ride One And You'll Own One
Cam Replacement on a Harley Davidson Twin Cam, including Pushrod Removal • J&P Cycles
Watch as Justin Bramstedt, Research Manager at S&S Cycle, walks you through
the process of upgrading the stock cams on a Harley Davidson FLTRX. The S&S
510C camshaft set is designed to be used with the stock Twin Cam
chain-drive system and is an economical way to improve the performance of
stock twin cam engine. In this video we'll see the easiest way to remove
your stock pushrods using a bolt cutter.
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