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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-21-2017, 08:26 AM Thread Starter
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Default Vic Baggers Cross Country / Magnum back rests

Just got my back rest in from Vic Baggers and wowza! Love the fit/finish and wife loves the comfort. Super tough to find a back rest to work with our bag fillers not to mention look amazing. The Vic Baggers low back rest snugs the seat and looks as if made for it. She bolts under the stock seat and has the same seat material. Wife says she loves the comfort and a happy wife is a happy life. Canít suggest it enough... For only $200 for the low and $250 for the taller version she is Custom and complements the bike...
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Here is a side pic installed.
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That is clean and smooth.... looks perfect
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VicBaggers makes a high quality product for a fair price.

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Shocked on the quality! Still thinking of what best power options. Maximus tuner and maybe cams coming for Christmas but will be adding Vic baggers new floorboards, grips and covers too...
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As for VB you can spend les than $500 and virtually change the entire appearance and comfort of your bike. As for tuniers you can do a couple less mods than the PCV such as not adding the timing wheel and not pulling you O2 sensors and still get a great tune. Add cams and air filter and your there. A little pricier but remorse tune with no dyno time it about evens out. Personally Iíd go with the Maximus. Although I have PCVís on all my bikes. Iíll prob change out the trike to Maximus in the long run.

2012 Cross Country Champion Trike in process with all the usual mods
2010 cross country, engine change out in process
All sold
2012 XCT,
03/07/12 RG Chopped Bagger
1996 Road King Chopped
2003 FLHTCUI
2003 Big Bear Choppers DA
2000 Chopper Guys rigid EVO
1995 FLHTCU w/Hennigan sidecar
1947 Knuckle
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I hear great things on the Maximus. Several saying you donít need to add the cams with the Maximus tuned correctly. Being able to adjust timing below 2k and maximizing air to fuel ratio is part of this. Rumors posting over 100 hp and over 100 foot pounds of torque? I havenít used yet but for all the benefits sounds crazy! Need real time experience from our Vic peeps to quantify.
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