If a product is available for ordering, so you can order it and then you get a tracking number for its delivery, then that is a product that exists and the vendor has it.
If an item is listed as available to ship in 1 to 3 days, then the vendor does not have the item but it has been promised to the vendor by the vendor's supplier. There is hope for this item.
If an item is any further out than three days before it will be shipped, then it does not exist. It may exist at some time in the future, but it does not exist now. Life is too dear to depend on anything in this category. If it actually comes into existence at some time, then that is a good thing, and it can be ordered.
This item is said to become available "in November", according to my dealer, who got this information from his Victory rep. That means that there is an idea for this product, but it has not been manufactured or not licensed for sale. If it had been manufactured and licensed for sale, then there is nothing that would cause it to be unavailable until November other than extreme gross incompetence -- and who wants to depend on that? It is not even certain that it has been tested or even designed -- only that it is being marketed. Life is too dear to depend on such things. If it comes, it comes.