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I did a bad thing

Discussion in 'Victory General Discussion' started by Flyboy, Oct 18, 2015.

  1. Flyboy

    Flyboy Well-Known Member

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    I did a bad thing and was unfaithful and slipped off to have my way with Victory's Cousin, which proved to live up to her reputation of being a good time gal.

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    Yes it felt good and then I played with Boardwalks older sister:

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    She was a very mannered and good girl, in need of a little sass not like that spunky Vegas framed Girl, I ride now.

    Bottom line I am a whore when comes to Polaris, and find myself conflicted in my heart...
     
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    Hit the lotto and get them all... that's my plan!
     
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    Not this week spence. Wait for the jackpot to build a bit first.
     
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    Go tell your boardwalk that you're sorry for your transgressions, then flog yourself with a broken clutch cable. That should cover your penance.
     
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    Nice!
     
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    Going to an Indian demo this week myself.
     
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    I did and polished her nether regions including her spokes and added new risers (more for me) and told her she will always have a corner in the Garage. I informed her I was only looking for a playmate for the long grinds and she will always be my spontaneous girl for uptown. Still purring and I did it where she couldn't see me...
     
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    So what did you think of both bikes ? Give us a review of your test ride. I'm curious to know since I haven't rode the new Indians.
     
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    Just don't let your side piece know she's your side piece. That's how you lose your side piece.
     
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  10. Flyboy

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    If you insist. Being the BW is a steel Vegas frame, I didn't know what to expect for the Victory CCT and first thought it heavy till underway and found the CCT to be a dream in handling at all speeds. The only complaint is it felt underpowered and I see why the Guys jack the power up with tuning and all the mods that come with it. It is a tour bike, so don't expect rocket performance due to weight. However, I loved the stable yet nimble feel of the frame. I would make some mods for more ponies.

    The Indian had a good feel and the power was there as well and I was surprised at how well she rode. Didn't quite have the feel of the CCT, but the balance between handling and power was spot on. My riding partner said I looked like an old man on the Indian, well I am I guess. But he is a XR rider and may be a bit bias.

    As I plan to keep the BW and add a tour bike, either would work. Not wanting two Victory's, I may end up with an Indian Chieftain, but the deals on CCT may prove too hard to resist.

    Seeing you own a Magnum, you got both sport and tour and should be a happy man, being she is built for comfort and speed...
     
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    You will love em...
     
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    I did the same thing. At the same place it looks like. Rode a highball and CC as well. The scouts pep was impressive.
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    Yes I gave the magnum and it's great for me and still sporty but I get my comfort and bag space, lol. If I start touring on longer rides I can add the trunk and still be okay with my setup. However the CCT is great and I think the rebates may be hard for you to overcome. Dealer in town tried to get me to trade my magnum for a chieftain but I think right now I'm content.
     
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    I think the only one I'd be interested in at this point, would be the Darkhorse. Wife says I'm too young still for a CC or Chieftan, but she could tolerate a DH or Cross roads. Anything with a fairing to her is an oldman's bike.

    One grip I have about all the Indians so far, is that even with an aftermarket exhaust, they seem WAY to quiet for my taste. Did you find them to be very quiet as well?
     

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