Victory Jackpot

Victory Jackpot

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With its low-slung look, curvy shapes and the special 21” custom-look Stingray wheels, the Victory Jackpot is without a doubt a fairly attractive cruiser.

At its heart sits a 4-stroke, 50° V-twin engine which is mated to a six speed overdrive constant mesh transmission with wet, multi-plate. The engine generates 110 ft-lb of torque and is fueled by a 4.5 Gallons fuel tank.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Victory Jackpot features a front conventional telescopic fork, (43 Mm diameter) which delivers 130 mm of wheel travel and a single, mono-tube gas shock absorber which offers 75 mm of travel.

The stopping power is handled by 300 mm floating rotors which are grabbed by 4-piston calipers at the front and 2-piston calipers at the rear.

The Victory Jackpot can be yours for no less than $15,999.

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With its sleek lines, leaned back handlebars, fat rear tyre and double exhaust pipes the Victory Vegas Jackpot is a stylish custom-looking cruiser that will turn everyone’s head every time it will pass down the street.

Needless to say that you also get first class ergonomics, lots of chrome and modern technologies. Talking about technology, the Victory Vegas Jackpot is propelled by a 4-stroke, 50°, V-Twin, 1731 cc engine with electronic fuel injection. The engine rewards you with a maximum torque of 113 ft. lbs and its power is sent to the ground via a modern six speed overdrive transmission. To offer smooth and precise shifts the transmission features helical-cut gears.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the engine is fed by a 4.75 liters fuel tank that offers a pretty generous riding range.

The Victory Vegas Jackpot can be yours for not less than £ 14,495.

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Cory Ness and his father Arlen Ness have become famous thanks to their tasty-looking custom motorcycles. One of their latest creations is the 2012 Cory Ness Signature Victory Jackpot.

The 2012 Victory Cory Ness Jackpot is powered by a big bore 106 cc Freedom V-Twin engine, mated on six speed overdrive constant mesh gearbox. The company says that the 2012 engine received a series of tweaks and now delivers 14% more power than the previous unit. Its maximum output is rated at 97 hp @ 5000 rpm and 113 lb.ft of torque achieved at 4300 rpm.

The limited-edition 2012 Victory Cory Ness Jackpot comes fully loaded with the Ness custom-designed paint, hand-stitched leather seats and Ness Signature chrome. You’ll especially lik the chrome Ness grips and mirrors, Ness footpegs, Ness billet wheels and the fat 250mm rear wheel wrapped in a Dunlop Elite 3 Tire.

Find out more about the 2012 Victory Cory Ness Jackpot after the jump.

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The Victory Jackpot feels similarly comfortable on both the city streets and on the highway. In its street adventures the motorcycle is helped by a capable 106 cubic-inch Feedom V-twin engine which puts out 110 lb-ft of torque. The engine’s power is kept in leash by a capable six speed overdrive transmission with helical cut gears.

The ride is kept in check by a conventional 43 mm Telescopic Fork and a rear single, mono-tube gas, cast aluminum suspension with rising rate linkage.

One of the most distinctive features of the 2013 Victory Jackpot is the 250mm rear tire mounted on a custom billet wheel. Apart from looking great, the 250 improves the motorcycle’s stability and assures a smooth ride. The 21 inch front wheel is similarly attractive and further enhances the custom look of the motorcycle. The finishing touch is given by the color-matched frame and swing arm which give the Jackpot the ultimate custom look.

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You want to strike a home run on your next motorcycle purchase? Well, look no further than one bike whose name exudes good luck: the Victory Vegas Jackpot.

With unique styling that looks like it came straight out of a custom shop, the Vegas Jackpot will turn some serious heads, thanks to its stunning cruiser looks and remarkable performance credentials.

Standard features found in the Vegas Jackpot range include a 250mm wide rear tire, a 21" anvil billet front wheel, a color matched frame, custom inspired paint, and loads of chrome. The Vegas Jackpot also comes packed with plenty of power courtesy of Victory’s world-famous Freedom V-Twin powertrain that produces 97 horsepower and 113 lb/ft of torque, mated to one of the best performing transmissions on the street. Unleashing the sheer power of the Vegas Jackpot is right in your hands; all you need to do is press the starter and the eruption of 97 ponies immediately comes to life.

Adding more impressive credentials to the Vegas Jackpot’s overall package is its custom inspired paint job, detailed color-matched frame, and headlight configuration. This cruiser doesn’t only look to impress, but actually performs incredibly well, making you feel like you really won the lottery.

Find out more about the Victory Vegas Jackpot after the jump.

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The 2010 Victory Jackpot is all about delivering the ultimate custom riding experience by relying on the consecrated 106-cubic-inch Freedom V-Twin engine and on a host of unique features such as the 250mm rear tire, a color-matched frame, billet wheels and a chrome front end just to mention a few. Also for 2010, Cory Ness got his hands dirty and came up with the Victory Cory Ness Jackpot limited edition motorcycle. Watch for the Ness custom-designed paint and diamond-cut cylinder heads in order to identify this absolutely beautiful creation in Victory’s lineup.

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It is hard to believe that a 2009 Victory Jackpot Cory Ness is still sitting on the showroom floor, but at seeing these pictures we immediately understood there’s a good reason for that: very good company. 20-year-old Petra declares itself in love with its set colleague and although we have serious doubts about her actually being aware of the 1731ccs behind the American motorcycle, we can definitely understand why.

These two beauties make one another shine even brighter, so it is a shame the two don’t come as a package because they would make a very lucky customer extremely happy.

Source: 4tuning

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