Feature Bike Aug 2014

p043-w2014 Victory Cross Country

Owner: Phillip Herlihy

SPECS 

Year –   2014

Make –    Victory

Engine –    106 ci

Transmission –   6 speed

Compression –   9.4:1

Fuel System –    Fuel Injection with 45 mm Throttle Body

Primary Drive –    Gear Drive with Torque Compensator

Valve Train – Single Overhead Cams Shafts with 4 Valves per Cylinder, Self-adjusting Cam Chains, Hydraulic lifters

Bore and stroke – 101x 108 mm

Engine type – 4 stroke with 50 degree V-Twin

 

UPGRADES TO THE BIKE ARE AS FOLLOWES:

 

SUSPENSION 

Front – Kewel metal 40 degree Rake Kit with Kewel Metal Triple Trees

Rear -Vic Baggers Air Ride

WHEEL

Performance Machine -26 Heathen Wheel w/ VEE Rubber Tire

ACCESSORIES

Front Fender – Fat Katz

Gas Cap – Ness

Inner Faring   – Painted by Hot Vic

Hand Control- Avon Grips

Foot Controls & Floor Broads   – Hot Vic

Saddle Bags – New Lids w/ Poke Audio Speakers also 3 inch Extension to Bags by Hot Vic

Seat – Mustang Day Tripper

Exhaust – Hot Vic Power Cone Mufflers Tips

Open Belt Cover – Witch Doctor

Mirrors – Witch Doctor

PAINT

Matt black w/ Gold Leaf Tape, Sprayed with Tangerine Orange Pearl Clear Coat Design and Paint by JIMMY Jackey

ENIGNE

Cams, Air Cleaner, Timing gear – Llody’s

Horse Power – Dyno = 110, Torque = 118

Built for 2014 Daytona Bike Week by Coastal Victory in South Carolina. All custom parts were design by Coastal Victory. Riding the Victory makes the typical drive to the daily grind a little less typical. In fact the bike is often commented on for its color scheme – black with orange .The bike serves as a “fun ride” with the idea of get on and go after a long day. Its handles the traffic well in and out of New York City.  Just last week, I was coming back from Lkody’s Motor Workz located in Pine Bush, NY and got caught in a down pour on 87. I had no problems cruising along due to the large wheel. I have plans of adding a pro charger to the bike, which should give me somewhere up to 185 hip. I would like to thank Llody Greer and the team at Lloyd’s Motor Workz for their help and patience and to Eric from Vic Baggers.com for help with the rear suspension

 

photos by G-Man

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