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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-26-2012, 09:39 AM Thread Starter
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When you could have this:

$15,000 for a fully modified ready to go awesome street/race bike.
http://quickvic-usa.com/mbwbike.asp

The ORIGINAL World's Fastest Victory is now street legal (more or less...!) and available for sale! This bike is best known as the FIRST Victory Motorcycle to run the international course at the Bonneville Salt Flats during Bub's Motorcycle Speed Trials in August 2007. This bike has been featured in Hot Bike and Victory Rider magazines (please visit http://www.mbwmotorcycle.com/news.html for details) and falls right in line with MBW Motorcycle's history of taking Victory motorcycles in unique, original and innovative directions. It's standing mile recorded speed of 159.3 MPH at the Maxton Mile makes it the FASTEST stock displacement Victory, period!

This bike was purpose built front to back and top to bottom to race. The Lloyd'z Motorworkz built stock 100 CI motor dynos at almost 150 rear wheel horsepower and nearly 130 foot/pounds of torque...on premium pump gas! It features a host of Performance Machine components including wheels, brakes, rotors and calipers and its chain drive conversion allows for dialing it in perfectly for whatever the occasion calls for; 1/8th and 3/4 mile drag racing, standing mile or other land speed racing events and now...stoplight to stoplight grudge matches! (Not that we encourage street racing...)

All of this racing technology and power is now streetable thanks to recently undergoing a thoughtful conversion to allow it to be driven (not trailered) to the track and driven home afterwards (but you're going to need someone to carry your trophies back for you!). An insane StreetFighter headlight is like nothing you've ever seen and tops the custom billet triple-tree front end with Penske performance valve emulators and a Dakota Digital speedo/gauge. Clip-on handlebars allow for almost infinite adjustment while a Bitchin' Seat Company saddle provides exceptional comfort and a uniquely custom look. Mid-foot controls from a Victory Sport Cruiser provide a performance peg location like NO other Victory, and combined with the rear Penske racing shock allow for sportbike-like handling and lean angles not typically seen from a V-Twin "cruiser".

And keeping in the MBW Motorcycle tradition of the highest possible quality LED lighting, the custom rear fender (stock taillight deleted) features a superbright running and brake light and a black-anodized primary mounted radius illuminated sidemount mounts your tag.

Offered at $15K this bike offers tremendous performance, aesthetics and uniqueness at an incredible price. The bike's title is clear and nationwide shipping quotes are available upon request. Please contact us with any questions you may have...

*MBW Motorcycle and Lloyd'z Motorcycle make no guarantees to the street legality of this motorcycle as vehicle inspection laws vary tremendously from state to state. Please refer to your local DMV or inspection station with any questions you may have.




DAMN, I wish I had 15 grand laying around right now!!!!

I hope whoever gets it enjoys the hell out of it.
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Sucker would be bad ass! That's a steal, its all done.
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I have a feeling a lot of people at the drag strip wouldn't believe it was just 100 c.i.

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Looks like a belt wouldn't cut it so they went to a chain.
That was the first thing I notice.

Can someone tell me what the small silver bars coming back from the forks are? Steering stabilizers? Also what pipe they are using?

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Loooks like a 2 into one Basani
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Its a stabilizer to eliminate head shake at speed.

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