Victory Judge

Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by bowlingballhead, Jan 20, 2012.

  1. bowlingballhead

    bowlingballhead Adventurer

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  2. bowlingballhead

    bowlingballhead Adventurer

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  3. GB

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    Looks nice! and they have the 106ci engine in there!

    Victory's on a roll... Curious to see what they do with the Indian brand..
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  4. 625SXC

    625SXC Been here awhile

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    Now that's what a muscle cruiser should look like! I love the old school Dunlop white letter tires. I don't like cruisers.... And I would own one of those!

    Be a tuff choice between that and the Triumph Storm.
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  5. Foot dragger

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    Polaris is a pretty sporty company,I wonder how long till they build a dirt/dual purpose bike?
    Numbers are up on dualsports sales.
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  6. Garp

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    I'm not sure about the Oval side panel and the way the seat wraps around it:

    [​IMG]

    Also thinking a second front disk would be useful.

    But, for a cruiser it looks better than most of the others.
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  7. kdstang

    kdstang Child of the Corn

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    That seat was the first thing to catch my eye, looks funky, but I bet its comfy. Will def. have to get a test ride on one, now I just have to find a Vic dealer, which is surprisingly hard considering I live about 40 mins away from the factory.
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  8. NONo443

    NONo443 Been here awhile

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    Ah, this kind of makes sense now, with the Zach Ness custom motorcycle (and what looks to be an ohlins shock on his motorcycle, in the video).

    Not exactly what I would call mid-controls, but they're further back than their other bikes with forward controls. I kind of like this bike, getting closer to what I want in a bike.

    Keep it up, Victory/Polaris; you might make a customer out of me in the future.
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  9. larryboy

    larryboy Chopper Rider

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    Dang, that looks awesome!!

    I like the oval "number plates".
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  10. Wolfgang55

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    Is this scoot going to fill the Buell void?
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  11. Garp

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    Sacrilege, go and wash your mouth out. Buell never built cruisers. This may be a "muscle" cruiser, but it is still a cruiser
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  12. Ogre_fl

    Ogre_fl Long timer

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    FAR FAR FAR from a buell.

    But looks a lot like a reincarnation of the Victory SC, HD Super Glide Sport or perhaps even Street Rod.


    ......which means it will be a great bike that will fail in the showroom.

    Not sure I would call that mid mounted controls though.
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  13. hyena

    hyena Been here awhile

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    Only if Victory decides to crush it into a cube when subsequent models come out.



    I like that Judge. So much I'll stop at the local dealer to look at one when they make it out.
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  14. Grainbelt

    Grainbelt marginal adventurer Super Moderator

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    Are those luggage mounts on the rear fender or should I ice my boner?
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  15. schwartzkm

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    Mid controls, no chain, no valve, decent sized back tire, adjustments...:thumbup:

    I need to see other specs but so far I really like this bike!


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  16. LuciferMutt

    LuciferMutt Rides slow bike slow

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    I don't like cruisers. But that is cool. I'd own that a million times over before I even looked a V-rod. V-rods are way to freakin' long. That thing looks just about perfectly sized.

    Nice job Victory.

    Don't like the flat uninspired oval shaped oil tank/side covers. :huh
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  17. Dranrab Luap

    Dranrab Luap E-Tarded Super Moderator

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    I guess I am the odd man out here. I met that with a big yawn.
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  18. NONo443

    NONo443 Been here awhile

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    [​IMG]

    Probably nice for a tailbag, but looks like it is just an exposed part of the subframe.
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  19. LuciferMutt

    LuciferMutt Rides slow bike slow

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    I really like the muscle car-ish wheels.
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  20. CheesyRider2

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    I dig it, not initially crazy about the side plate-but has possibilities. Can'y wait to get a test ride (In about 3 months)
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