Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

The bobber spirit had not yet really entered the Victory clan. Within the range of cruisers, a more equivocal, more wet, more vintage machine was needed. So here’s the High Ball, a new version of Vegas. A custom with a retro spirit, light post-war fragrances and a stripped-down style, but without being so much ‘’bobberized’ than a Henchman type Saxon. This 1700 High Ball oscillates between a Sportster 48 and a Cross Bones. The driver will also have as much style on the Victory as on the Harley thanks, among other things, to the ascending Ape Hanger handlebars. With the hands slapping at the height and the feet well forward, the ride is both expressive and striking. However, you can get tired of the wind tickling your armpits … Everything is planned: a small set of tools, a few turns of the screws, and here is your handlebars in the low low riding position..

On the High-Ball, black is the order of the day, from the end of the mirrors to the tip of the double exhaust! Handlebars, headlight casing, triple trees, frame, mudguards, cylinder head … Suddenly, the white sidewalls of the tires jump out at you. Mounted on 16-inch spoke rims, the Victory immerses you in vintage and solitary spirit. Without a saddle or passenger footrest, the machine expresses bluntly that it will not want to share you with anyone.
Powered by the hearty V-twin ‘Freedom ‘of 1731 cm3, you will not be disappointed with the price / performance / performance ratio. For 5,000 euros less than a Cross-Bones, Victory offers you twenty more horses, a much more efficient chassis, and remarkable build quality. The twin 106 is certainly more powerful than a Twin Cam but it turns out to be a little too linear, less rocky, less scraper, less American, more Yankee.

What you must remember

Themore

    Theless

    Prices

    Price
    new
    Compare
    the credits

    Make
    your

    Calculate the cost of
    insurance
    Test the price of the motorcycle insurance specialist

    Notice

    sure 2 notice
    users
    Read reviews

    Model marketed in

    2011
    2012
    2013
    2014
    2015
    2016
    2017

    Performances

    Max speed:
    about 180 km / h

The technical aspect

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

  • Frame
  • Tank: 17 liters
  • Wheelbase: 1,684 mm
  • Dry weight: 293 kg
  • Train before

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

  • Transmission
  • Secondary toothed belt transmission
  • Rear axle
  • Engine
  • 1,731 cc
    (101 x 108 mm)
  • 92
    ch
    at 5,000 rpm
  • 14.20 mkg
    at 3,500 rpm

Detached pieces

exhaust
engine
fluid
electricity

filtration
braking
chain kit

Competitors

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Gallery

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

Victory (USA) 1700 VEGAS HIGH BALL 2011

related posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *