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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-13-2015, 02:09 PM Thread Starter
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I started with a 750 shadow Aero Touring that I have had for almost 4 years now, but have been eyeballing the Victory line-up for some time. Hoping to snag a XR 8-ball in the next couple of weeks once the Shadow sells. Already have a BUNCH of parts being purchased with the bike to upgrade her from day one.
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This is my current bike, HEAVILY customized switching to Victory as they are the only saddlebags that rival mine in size. And I don't have to custom build them this time!!



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Welcome to our twisted little world! Good luck on the hunt for an XC.
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Isn't that bike a little big for you Spawn?

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I moved from an 1100 Shadow to the Vic. You won't find it has the fit and finish of the Honda but it's the Vic's ergonomics and especially the torque that grabs you by the shorts.

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