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Seems like the C.C. is being used for more than recreatonal

Discussion in 'Victory Cross Country' started by rking35209, Nov 3, 2010.

  1. rking35209

    rking35209 New Member

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    riding now. http://www.polarisindustries.com/en-us/Victory-Motorcycles/Experience/Pages/000AZpolice1.aspx
     
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    I really like the lightbar.
     
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    any one know where to get that light bar for the bike?
     
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    e-mail Arizona Victory as they are the ones that did all the work on the bike. http://www.arizonavictory.com/
     
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    They used standoff brackets on the lower bolts just above the T/S if you look closely.
     
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    The HD look The front lights added to the T/S might work great, but I think they look too much like standard HD-Issue stuff. I'd prefer the PIAA lights (or some other brand) mounted on the underside of the front bars - like in the outer corners. AZ-Vic has done some like that. I think it gives the bike more of a 3-dimensional aspect for others to see. I would also just wire them through the headlight with a relay and have them on all the time. Off to start, then always on. Anybody done that yet? fb
     

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