Well, it is simple... If you like the fat rear get it, if not go with the Veags.. You cant go wrong with either!
Originally wanted a Vegas, not excited about a 5 speed, likes the bigger rear tire. Seems a Jackpot has to be the obvious choice. Have fun shopping.muckers said:Went to the dealer today originally considering a 2010 vs 2011 Vegas he has the 2010 with stage 1 and swept pipes for the same money. Not sure I want a 5 speed. So I am considering the Hammer or the Vegasfor next year just for the bigger tire rear tire. What are opinions out there.
Thanks guys you have been very helpful and I am SOLD on the Victory now for SURE!
MONEY is buring a hole in my pocket now
Keep in mind even the Vegas 8-Ball for 2011 has the 106 with the 6 speed.muckers said:Went to the dealer today originally considering a 2010 vs 2011 Vegas he has the 2010 with stage 1 and swept pipes for the same money. Not sure I want a 5 speed.
You go OT. I'm with you. Now they can have the thread back.OneThumb said:Each bike has its trade offs,
- Jackpot Wide Rear tire & Skinny Front
- Vegas Standard Rear & Skinny Front,
- Hammer Wide Rear & Standard Front,
- Kingpin Standard Rear & Standard Front - Best of Both Worlds
To keep the price down. They also move the H-8-Ball footpegs back a couple of inches to appeal to more riders of various sizes.scottb said:I never noticed that and it makes no sense for Victory to produce the H-8ball with a single disc up front. Is there some logic to this?
You cant go wrong with a Vegas!Warren said:I love the look of the Hammer, but bought the Vegas. The dealer had both, but the salesman mentioned to me that the rear tire on the Hammer costs about $450 to replace, and it doesn't last as long as a standard tire. With that, and the Vegas being less money anyway, I chose the Vegas. I'm happy with my decision.