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Is it me or does this bike have some Hammer similarities? I must say that I might just have to go see one in person. ii0 CI 240 rear tire 130 front, 24 inch high seat. Not crazy about the color in this add. Interesting that it has a chain drive....

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Such as? I see no similarities.

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They both have 240 tires, forward pegs, and a teardrop fuel tank.




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They are drag bikes and are styled to appeal to muscle bike admirers from my perspective. There are several articles comparing performances. Look at the Harley, the display of the rear tire in fact the new 2014s come stock with side license plate holders to better display the rear tires. The bars are forward on both so you are stretched out on the bike forward, fat front tire and stretched out bike look from front tire to rear tire. Perhaps my observations only but I hadn't seen this model Harley before and it has the same draw to me as does the Hammer. They apparently changed the 103 to 110 sometime within the same model year from what I can tell and the newer 110's have a saddle that can be wrapped to act as a single saddle...again like the hidden passenger saddle on the Hammer.

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Is it me or does this bike have some Hammer similarities? I must say that I might just have to go see one in person. ii0 CI 240 rear tire 130 front, 24 inch high seat. Not crazy about the color in this add. Interesting that it has a chain drive.
Rest assured this bike is belt drive. Just like every HD.

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Only the CVO comes with a 110"
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Still not very interesting.....Same old ugly gas tank as every other Harley. I like sweeping sexy lines and Victory has that down. Harleys are just too boxy looking for my taste. I'll take my good ole Hammer any day over anything else....oh that's right I did. Went and got just what I wanted over any other bike when I got her!

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I agree. The H-D bikes look mostly the same minus a few changes here or there. Even the new Indians were able to pull off retro with some cooler styling. I personally don't want to buy a bike that looks roughly the same as something they pumped out 30+ years ago. Not to mention the CVO motors do nothing to excite me either. Stick with the Hammer or Jackpot if you want a fat tire bike (or even the Yamaha Raider-113ci motor).

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I know, I know, probably don't care. V-Rod, not the standard old looking Harley. 240 rear tire, over head cam motor. Fuel mounted low, very fast. Good top end. Not a copy of anything, been out since 2002.
Breakout 103 or 110, slow and old design. Bigger motors aren't always better. Buy what you want & enjoy it.
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If it were me to buy a harley it would be the SSR
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