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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 11-24-2009, 02:45 PM Thread Starter
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I just purchased a Victory Cross Country about 2 weeks ago and I'm looking for accessories from 3rd party vendors.

I'm especially looking for exhaust.
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Nothing yet but you can bet they will be out soon.
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Got my Cross Country about 3 weeks ago. Arlen Ness states that they will have an exhaust available early spring next year.
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So far I found only one site that actually list the Cross Country and Cross Roads: http://www.victoryonly.com/

They have some accessories available with more to come later.
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Thats all cross over products. A lot of those pieces are from Kewlmetal. They fit the 100 and 106 engines.
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That bike is gorgeous!

I've been toying with the idea of getting a used Jackpot and doing the Kewl Metal 5 degree kit, dropping the rear and building the motor.

What's the best bang for you buck with the 100 motor to get to the magic 110/110 numbers? Can you do it without breaking the bank?

I'm thinking the S&S 106 kit with the cams and tune but is that a reliable package?
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That bike is gorgeous!

I've been toying with the idea of getting a used Jackpot and doing the Kewl Metal 5 degree kit, dropping the rear and building the motor.

What's the best bang for you buck with the 100 motor to get to the magic 110/110 numbers? Can you do it without breaking the bank?

I'm thinking the S&S 106 kit with the cams and tune but is that a reliable package?
Thank you for the compliment.

I'm actually on air ride so I can raise the ass when I have a passenger and luggage.

Best bang for the buck performance wise is plain and simply without a doubt the Lloydz 106 or 104 engine kit with the high compression pistons. Forget S&S go with Lloydz. I've built 3 Lloydz engines 104, 106 and 110. They all have over 10,000 with the 110 over 25,000 and that includes strip running. Never a single problem.

Now, if you decide to go with higher compression or bigger pistons you will need your starter rebuilt.

http://www.lloydz.com/perfparts-early.shtml

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hey Diamond, what is on the front chin of your bike?
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LOL...just a regular old leather tool bag.
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