Hammer S anyone?

Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by itsover954, May 31, 2007.

  1. itsover954

    itsover954 New Member

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    Anyone rockin Victory? I was into it, but saw that its only available in one color combo. Was a Nightrod / vrod alternative. Not really diggin the red wheels.

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  2. jtl090179

    jtl090179 Oh I get it, yeah. He's the girl, then you're the OT Supporter

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    i think the red wheels look hot, but thats just me
     
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    Monstrddg New Member

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    Only 100ci. I couldnt go back to a bike with a motor that small.
     
  4. Subie Driver

    Subie Driver Eye see what you did there.

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    A 1.6L engine on a bike is too small for you now? What do you have, a Boss Hoss with a 350 smallblock?
     
  5. Monstrddg

    Monstrddg New Member

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    Several manufacturers have V-Twin motors that are larger than that even in STOCK form

    Yamaha with a 1670cc and 1854cc motors
    Suzuki with a 1783cc motor
    Honda with a 1795cc motor
    Kawasaki with an 2053cc motor

    Mine was 102" when I purchased it new in 02 for $8695, its much larger now
     
  6. Subie Driver

    Subie Driver Eye see what you did there.

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    But just because there are bigger engines out there, that doesn't make 100ci a small engine. What do you ride, and what have you done with it?
     
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    ROFL out of context.
     
  8. Vermincelli

    Vermincelli Banned

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    engine size is a joke nowadays. with big cruisers running 1800 cc up to as high as 2300cc, they are heavy as fuck and nothing more than bragging rights.
    As for it being the "slowest", I have to laugh. Even cruisers are still more than quick enough for the average driver for daily driving and freeway use.

    With technology these days a 650cc engine is comparable to some of the 900cc motors of 20-30 years ago and back then a 900-1000 was more than enough to haul a goldwing at freeway speeds 2 up for days at a time with little effort.

    I can go out right now, find a 1978 GL1000 that will run right alongside these 1800-2300cc boats, be more maneuverable, get better gas mileage and even more comfortable when doing a 1000 mile day.
     

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