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biting the bullet and looking out for a CrossRoads so my beloved Vegas is on the market,....thought the Aussie page a good place to start.

Victory Vegas Low 100 cube /6 speed overdrive,
Regrettably up for sale due to a work related injury.
My very limited edition 2010 Victory Low is magnificently presented in deep metallic blue paint with lashings of chrome , polished alloy, and stainless steel.
Equally at home cruising the city lights or eating up the kilometers on the highway.
My dream bike has every conceivable upgrade.
It has many factory Victory options including comfy touring pillion seat and footpegs, backrest.
Custom saddlebags on lockable Easybrackets (All these can be quickly removed to revert to a solo ride)
The Smooth Torquey Powerful V-Twin engine with roller rockers, 4 valves per cylinder, and balance shaft is Fuel Injected and has been fitted with a Power Commander V fuel controller and professionally Dyno-tuned at Powerhouse Nerang.(Dyno Graphs supplied)
Fitted with a throaty Freedom Performance Slash Dual exhaust and breathing in through a set of LLOYDZ Torque Tubes with K&N servicable filters and a Lloydz Idle Air Valve.
A Lloydz timing advance wheel is also fitted.
This all adds up to reliable meaty Torque and Power with amazing fuel economy.
I have kept log books and my machine has been fastidiously serviced regularly.
Just had in tank fuel filter replaced.
This Fantastic Muscle Cruiser is fitted with the very best handlebars 'Burleigh Roller Bars' in polished 304 grade stainless steel with iso. grips.
Llyndals brake pads, Metzeler Marathon rear, Pirelli Night Dragon front tyres.
Victory H.I.D. headlight, and a Victory Tachometer.
Over 4K in accesories.(and VVI00 personalised plate)
Lowest seat height in it's class.
Genuine and extremely regretful sale.
 

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nudge:) (almost a bump)
 

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OK my Airhawk R seat cushion just arrived!:)
well actually it arrived last Thursday!... but the PostOffice fk'd up and didn't put a tag in my po box!
Anyway its on now and I've wound my rear shock back two turns to where it was when I got the bike, so Im off for a ride to experiment with air pressures.
My Grasshopper backrest should be here in a week or two.
 

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and I'm running solo for a day or two.
Got her stripped of pillion seat backrest and bags for the For Sale ads, as not everyone likes a babe on the back, and likes the lean mean look.
A coupla pix
 

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My backs getting better and the Airhawk R seat cushion is good!
maybe once my backrest arrives all will be great.
May even consider a windscreen as I tend to lean into the wind at speed and thus curve my spine more.
 

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So you've changed your mind about selling?
 

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So you've changed your mind about selling?
Not necessarily Vin, its in the laps of the God's really,
If my Vegas sells I will buy a suitable XR and bring it up to my desired specifications.
If not I'll keep riding my Vegas as I do love the bike.
With a riders backrest and possibly a windscreen I reckon I could live with it.
A suitable rear shock may give me a little more travel and bonus ground clearance too.
Thats why I need to know the measurement of a Kingpin shock eye to eye and the amount of rear travel.
Im not shelling out a grand for a Penske though as there must be a viable VicTory shock will fit.
Whatever will be will be.
The outcome is out of my hands.
 
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