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 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 Vegas vs. Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide Motorcycle Comparison
Victory Motorcycles has started a pilot program where the manufacturer is
providing Harley-Davidson motorcycles to be test ridden back to back with
various Victory Motorcycles.
In this video, DSJR70 from TheVOG.net gives his opinions after riding both
a 2010 Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide and a 2011 Victory Vegas.
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!
Victory Motorcycles: A Harley-Davidson Riders' Unedited Review of the Cross Country Tour
On the last day of Victory Motorcycles' World's Longest Test Ride, we asked
Harley-Davidson Road King rider and H.O.G. member Jerry Windell what he
thought of the new Cross Country Tour motorcycle after he spent three days
riding one. Unscripted and unedited, here are his thoughts.
Ride One, and You'll Own One
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