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No I'm not recommending this and I know what stock plugs are sounds like you don't


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Gentlemen, you are looking at the future of the Victory brand. The Polaris big shots told us it was coming, that there were big changes due and Victory is to become the performance brand, while Indian fills the cruiser lineup.

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I'd like to see some actual specs, but as of right now, if they mass produced it, I'd buy one. If they could make enough of them in a full fairing I'd like to see it in AMA superbike. That motor did sound pretty nice.

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I'd like to see some actual specs, but as of right now, if they mass produced it, I'd buy one. If they could make enough of them in a full fairing I'd like to see it in AMA superbike. That motor did sound pretty nice.
As far as how the new Victorys and their engines are going to look, I'm keeping an open mind. The 156 is a highly specialized design for a singular purpose. When it comes to making a bike with mass appeal, Polaris may have very different ideas. I'll wager they are heavily into market research and surveys right now.

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looks a lot like a Indian motor
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looks a lot like a Indian motor
Probably because it is......
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They better change a bunch! That thing is butt ugly.

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Gentlemen, you are looking at the future of the Victory brand. The Polaris big shots told us it was coming, that there were big changes due and Victory is to become the performance brand, while Indian fills the cruiser lineup.

I hope this isn't the case, I'm all for them adding models, but I love the existing victory lineup. I eventually want one of each haha. Indians don't look so cool



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So in ness gone and now we will have even more overpriced trinkets for our bikes? That's what we should be asking!!

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