Stock 100 Cube Victory smashes 110 Cube Screamin' Eagle Harley

A little horseplay between brands... This video shows a fairly stock 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? Two outstanding machines in all regards, the Victory has high performance Exhausts (Arlen Ness Street Sweepers) and a low restriction intake. The big performance difference between the two machines is the overhead cam design and 4 valve head of the Victory. This is NOT a Harley Bashing Video, just two friends out having fun after a long week - We at Napalm MotorSports love ALL MOTORCYCLES!

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