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2013 Victory Vegas High Ball

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  • Victory Vegas High Ball
  • Year:
    2013
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    |4-stroke 50° V-Twin
  • Transmission:
    6-speed overdrive constant mesh
  • Torque @ RPM:
    113
  • Energy:
    Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45mm throttle body
  • Displacement:
    1731 cc

With its classic appearance, the raised handlebars and sleek lines, the Victory Vegas High Ball is a fairly attractive cruiser. Moreover, being 2350 mm long and weighting 522 kg the Vegas High ball is also pretty imposing.

This badass pedigree is completed by a 106 cubic-inch, freedom, v-twin, 4-stroke 50° engine that rewards you with a peak torque of 113 ft lbs. Its power is kept in leash by a six speed overdrive constant mesh transmission. You’ll be also happy to know that the V-twin engine is fed by a pretty generous fuel tank that has a capacity of 17.0 liters.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Victory Vegas High Ball is equipped with a conventional telescopic front fork (43 mm diameter) paired with a rear single, mono-tube gas.

The Victory Vegas High Ball is offered with a starting price of £ 10,995.

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Polaris recalls 26,182 Victory motorcycles for possible melting of brake lines and wires.

Polaris recalls 26,182 Victory motorcycles for possible melting of brake lines and wires.

Victory doesn’t make motorcycles but Polaris still has obligations towards them.

After making motorcycles for 18 years, Polaris shut down operations of Victory Motorcycles back in January as it struggled to keep up with the attention pulled by the Harleys and the Indian. But had made commitments to assist dealers with providing service and warranty coverage for a period of 10 years.

Looks like its first proof of the same commitment has come up the surface in the form of this major recall from the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) which affects a swath of models from the defunct American manufacturer that have issues with their brake line melting away.

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2016 - 2017 Victory High-Ball

2016 - 2017 Victory High-Ball

Victory is something of a Johnny-come-lately in the American motorcycle scene (since 1998). Its main competitors, Indian Motorcycles — which falls under the Polaris umbrella along with Victory — and Harley-Davidson, boast over 100 years of experience each in the U.S. market, so there can be no doubt that Victory has its work cut out for it. The factory usually uses its lack of deep roots as a springboard for a more-progressive design, but the High-Ball is something of a departure from the norm. Let’s take a look at this ride and see what Victory does with the modern-retro combo.

Continue reading for my review of the Victory High-Ball.

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2013 Victory Vegas High Ball

2013 Victory Vegas High Ball

With its classic appearance, the raised handlebars and sleek lines, the Victory Vegas High Ball is a fairly attractive cruiser. Moreover, being 2350 mm long and weighting 522 kg the Vegas High ball is also pretty imposing.

This badass pedigree is completed by a 106 cubic-inch, freedom, v-twin, 4-stroke 50° engine that rewards you with a peak torque of 113 ft lbs. Its power is kept in leash by a six speed overdrive constant mesh transmission. You’ll be also happy to know that the V-twin engine is fed by a pretty generous fuel tank that has a capacity of 17.0 liters.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Victory Vegas High Ball is equipped with a conventional telescopic front fork (43 mm diameter) paired with a rear single, mono-tube gas.

The Victory Vegas High Ball is offered with a starting price of £ 10,995.

Hit the jump for more information on the Victory Vegas High Ball.

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2013 Victory High-Ball

2013 Victory High-Ball

With its classic design the Victory High Ball managed to conquer a lot of fans. The elements that play a major role in giving it a unique look are the elegant fuel tank, low placed saddle and the black fenders. You’ll also like the raised handlebar and the classic headlamp.

The 2013 Victory High Ball is powered by a 106 cubic-inch freedom v-twin engine which delivers an impressive torque, rated at 110 ft-lbs. Needless to say that the engine includes modern technologies such as EFI, 4-valve overhead cams and self-adjusting cam chain tensioners.

The engine’s torque is sent to the 16 inch rear wheel through a six speed Overdrive transmission. It’s also worthy of being mentioned that the 16” black 60-spoke laced wheels are shod in classic whitewall tires and they complete the Victory High-Ball’s timeless bobber style.

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2013 Victory Hard-Ball

2013 Victory Hard-Ball

The Victory Hard Ball is equipped with a 106 cubic-inch Freedom V-twin engine which delivers enough power to reward you with a rush of adrenaline every time you jump on the saddle. The counter-balanced, fuel-injected, air- and oil-cooled engine delivers a maximum torque of 106 ft-lb and is mated on a 6-speed overdrive transmission. The transmission comes with helical-cut gears, which means that every shift is smooth and precise.

As far as styling goes, the Victory Hard Balll comes with a set of adjustable, blacked-out ape hanger handlebars which enhance its outlaw look. The custom look of the motorcycle is completed by the black 40-spoke laced wheels housed in the imposing sharp-cut fenders. The motorcycle received a black paint scheme which is complemented with red accents.

On the safety side of things the Victory Hard-Ball comes with ABS brakes which provide precise and reliable stopping power.

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2012 Victory Hard-Ball

2012 Victory Hard-Ball

Victory Motorcycles isn’t playing hard-ball with its customers; they just have a bike called Hard-Ball that they pulled the covers off recently in Long Beach, California.

In typical High-Ball fashion, the 2012 Victory Hard-Ball arrived in one no-nonsense color: Matte Black with tasteful red pin striping. For an old-school look, the bike received black spoke wheels - 18" on the front and 16" on the rear - shod with blackwall Dunlop Elite tires. The Hard-Ball’s triple-disc brakes with standard ABS are fully modern binders.

The 1731cc Freedom 106 provides a spirited ride with a wide spread of power on the High-Ball, and despite a little larger fender on the front end, steering is still light enough, even with the absence of a fairing most baggers or tourers sport. The Hard-Ball also features a single-overhead cam with four valves per cylinder and self-adjust cam chains with hydraulic lifters. The 106 Freedom V-Twin also breathes through a modern Electronic Fuel Injection with dual, 45mm throttle bodies, and split dual exhaust with a crossover pipe for enhanced performance. The powertrain is mated to a 6-Speed overdrive transmission with "Neutral Selection Assist and helical-cut gears to ensure every shift is as quiet and smooth as the one before."

As for handling, the chassis design of the bike comes with a longer wheelbase (65.7" worth), a higher seat (26.25"), and more ground clearance (5.8"). The Hard-Ball also adds some touring amenities, safety and comfort, including a larger air-deflecting battery cover, split dual exhaust, and a longer rear fender.

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2012 Victory High Ball

2012 Victory High Ball

Victory knows how to build some of the most stunning bikes in the market, and even if they have to strip down the bike to its bare necessities - an aesthetic throwback of sorts - they know how to do it in style.

The all-new Victory High Ball fits all the qualifications of a no-nonsense cruiser with the spirit of the classic bobber style oozing from its design. The bike was built piece by piece around Victory’s road-pounding 106 Freedom V-Twin, ensuring a ride that not only offers unbridled power but also the kind of remarkable agility that Victory bikes have come to be known for. The blacked-out Apes on the bike exudes a stunning profile. Moreover, the High Ball also comes with a short front fender that offers protection from whatever the road throws your way without taking away from the “bare necessities” spirit of the bobber style. The High Ball also carries a pair of 16" wheels with an old-school lace design and white sidewalls, carrying the throwback look to stunning new heights. Even the matte-black and white color schemes on the tank tie in with the rest of the bike’s retro look while a specially designed, painted-on logo provides the final touch on a truly unique cruiser bike.

In addition to its tremendous cruiser looks, the High Ball is powered by Victory’s renowned Freedom 106 V-Twin engine that produces 97 horsepower and 113 lb/ft of torque.

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