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I dont think we post enough photos, so here are some of a night ride last week. Done a couple of dinner/night rides the last couple of weeks and they are awesome. Only thing is I have the Victory supplied HID upgrade, and I get flashed all the time by oncoming traffic.
 

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I dont think we post enough photos, so here are some of a night ride last week. Done a couple of dinner/night rides the last couple of weeks and they are awesome. Only thing is I have the Victory supplied HID upgrade, and I get flashed all the time by oncoming traffic.
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For the headlight, follow your owners' manual procedure on alignment. Most of the time, dealers just eye ball the headlight alignment, as many here have already noted. Aiming your light should take no more than 5 minutes, and it could save your life. cheers
 

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For the headlight, follow your owners' manual procedure on alignment. Most of the time, dealers just eye ball the headlight alignment, as many here have already noted. Aiming your light should take no more than 5 minutes, and it could save your life. cheers
Good tip CR- thanks

Owners manual? What's that? :)
 

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Great pics Kris ! Love going out on the bike for food and drink ! Good times indeed !cheers
 

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Thanks Mags. Yeah, night rides are awesome.

BTW CrossRoads- that XC in the pictures is blinged to the max, and has been bored out to 119" with basically racing internals. I'm not joking when I say I can feel the ground tremble beneath my feet when he is down the road- - it's an animal!
 

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Nice picts...cheers
 

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Beautiful bikes Kris, is your buddy's touring bike a Ness?

BTW, that 300 kicks ass!!!
 

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Thanks 8Ball.
Yeah- a Ness XC that's he's gone APE with- bored out to 119 inches.
 

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Thanks mate- they are just ness wheels, and there are so many other great brands out there too
I want your CBR600RR :) I do miss my Fireblade- what a bike!
 

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This was my CBR, I had everything done to it. All murdered out. I miss that bike but now the hammer is my new love. thumb up
 

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Very nice T1TO- until I owned a Honda I never new what "it's a Honda" meant. It was much better than any other bike I've had, other than my Hammer :)
 

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Sweet bike, why did you get rid of it? Maybe later in the future I'll get me another sport bike.
 

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I couldnt afford 2 bikes, and now that I am 47 the Hammer is better for me- it has slowed me down, which is a good thing. I did look at the BMW S1000RR (as well as the Diavel, and V-Rod) before I got my Hammer- but getting the BMW would have just upped the anti.
The CBR600RR would be ideal 2nd bike :)
 

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I hear ya on that. I'm done with the speed runs and now I just want to enjoy the cruise. Think I made a good choice for getting a victory.
 

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Yeah. The first thing I noticed with the Hammer was the scenery :)
 
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