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 vs. Harley Davidson
Victory Motorcyles wins the Great American Debate vs. Harley Davidson!
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2006 Night Train with Heartland customization
This 2006 Night Train was rolled from the local Harley-Davidson dealer to the Heartland facility where they proceeded to add a lowering kit, new fenders, wheels, Exhaust, mirrors, lamps, lower legs and much more. Essentially,they used this bike to take to different dealerships to show them how easy it is to add their parts.
I scored it when they had to upgrade for the newer models.
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Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic vs. Victory Vision Motorcycle
The top of the luxury-touring segment has been ruled by an unlikely trinity comprised of Bavarian, Japanese and American manufacturers. While the Gold Wing , with its horizontally-opposed six, has long been the standard, BMW's sharp K1200LT, with its Inline Four, has also developed a devout following, especially in the European market. For the longest time this left one marque with the distinction of being the only American V-Twin alternative. Harley-Davidson long stood unopposed in the V-Twin luxo-touring niche with its Ultra Classic models. Then Victory shook things up last June with the release of its Vision Tour, also powered by a big bore American-made V-Twin. And so the competition for bagger buyers with the biggest bucks is now even more cutthroat.
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