Designed for HD but I don't see why the bullet style wouldn't work on Vic's. At 1/2" diameter they would practically disappear. I would like to see how the look during the day when flashing though. These would fit right on the bag fillers on the Magnum.
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Yeah. The Ness signals are actually quite affordable. I'm trying to put as much cash as I can toward the Sturgis trip this year. I did splurge on a used Ness seat from a member here to try sit lower so maybe the Ness modular bars will fit me a bit better. I will still get a set of those Vic apes at some point; just not right now.
If money were no object I would rake and extend the front end on the XC and go with a wide 21" wheel and tire to go with the apes. That would be a slice of nirvana to me. That would make it a perfect open road cruiser. With the tall sissy bar it would be badass. Dunno how it would look with the trunk on though. That might be an interesting picture, eh.