New Victory Hammer Freedom 106/6 V Twin 2009 2010 : Reviews and Specification

New Victory Hammer Freedom 106/6 V Twin 2009 2010 : Reviews and Specification

Powered by a 97 hp Victory Freedom 106/6 V Twin that is calibrated especially for these models, these Muscle Cruisers deliver sporty performance that inspires riders. With unique styling that looks like it's straight from the custom shop, these Custom Cruisers turn heads up and down the street and also deliver a great Victory riding experience.ustom masters Arlen and Cory Ness have once again created incredible customized versions of Victory models that will be produced in limited numbers. Make sure you're counted in. The 2009 Hammer has an aggressive arms-forward riding position.Our first ride of the day is the 2009 Hammer. Big pipes, big tire, big engine. It only takes a quick glance to realize why it is considered a muscle cruiser. The rear end is anchored by a black swath of Dunlop rubber. The 250mm-wide Dunlop Elite 3 is showcased beneath a short, wide rear fender that’s cut high and away from the tire. The cylinders on the Freedom 106/6 V-Twin stand tall and look powerful within the bike’s A-frame. V-shaped handlebars invite you to climb on and give it a rev. A short, color-matched front fender cups a tall 18-inch front Stingray wheel with dual 300mm floating rotors waiting at the ready to put a stop to the action. Dual staggered slash-cut exhaust chrome-up the right side nicely.

Hopping on board, I give the clutch lever a firm squeeze and thumb the electric starter. The Hammer thrums to life as dual 45mm throttle bodies are electronically-fed into healthy 101mm cylinders. The dual exhaust barks with each twist of the throttle and sends familiar vibrations through my body. The pipes are loud but not overpowering, and the engine idles with nominal vibes.

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