You will get a list of differences between just two different models, or even the same model of two different years.sure, why not... just to see what people know....
i mean it is kinda confusing with all the 8balls, hammers.. Vegas, jackpot and on and on..
So what is different in between all of them, which parts fit where and so on !
Yes, indeed.Ask a silly question, get a silly answer...
It's a fair question, but if someone were to answer it, they would end up writing a book. A book nobody would read.Seems like a fair question to me... I was curious myself... but... I have what is considered a "vintage" 2005 so my bike would not even make the list
Your answer is all over the forum. Search and you shall find it.Who in the right mind would care about colors ???
I AM TALKING HARDWARE !!!!!!
tires, swing arms, engines.. transmissions...come on !!!
ITS INTERESTING !!!!!
So pls, think out of the box !
I don't believe that is accurate as the specs for ALL 106 Victory-factory produced engines are all the same. If the HP/Torque ratings are all the same, the cams are also likely to be identical.If we cant discuss all models, lets just narrow it down to engines.
I read somewhere the 106 in the touring bikes uses a different cam than the 106 in the cruisers. I think I read the performance bikes like the Hammer use a more aggressive cam. I could be wrong or the article I was reading could have been full of BS.
I do know HD makes different motors even though they the same 103 displacement. Some are dry sump, some are wet sump and some are counterbalanced. I know the motor I had in my Ultra was not counterbalanced and after riding the XC, when I had to ride the Ultra down to trade in on a truck, I felt like I was riding a paint shaker. :ltr: