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Victory Jackpot Customizing

By Beau Wiley

Motorcycling is all about having an individual style while at the same time having a shared passion. With the huge popularity of the Victory Motorcycle models -- Victory Vegas, Victory Kingpin, Victory 8-Ball, Victory Jackpot and Victory Hammer, the Victory custom after market is starting to gain momentum. Early owners of Victory motorcycles were offered few choices when it came to customizing their ride. The majority of options came from Victory corporate. Victory offered their customer few options and did not give the true custom look that some Victory riders wanted.

Now fast forward to 2007, we are now starting to see a cottage industry growing where the small manufacturing shops are starting to recognize that Victory is here to stay and is indeed a player on the American V-Twin Cruiser market. Sure not all of the Victory after market parts are all that revolutionary, but most are. Meaning that this gives the customer a plethora of options when it comes to stripping off the ugly stock parts and adding in some nice after market bling. But bling is not the extent of the after market. With Lloydz motoworks producing an Victory Fuel Control Module (VFC) for the Victory bikes, and Hacker Pipes producing both stylish and high performance exhausts, the Victory motorcycle owner can now even add more performance to their already high-powered Victory Freedom engine. Harley Davidson owners are quickly taking note and tailoring their broken down Harley to the Victory dealer and doing a trade in on a new Victory.

I am very proud to know see several manufacturers offer the many after market parts and accessories for the Victory motorcycle. I have chosen the best products out there and stand behind what I have purchased. I am a Victory rider and I am excited about the future of Victory motorcycles. The Victory crowd is growing -- Victory Vegas, Hammer, 8-Ball, Kingpin and Jackpot riders. I enjoy working with other Victory owners to help them find the right part to make their ride unique. One such friend, Dan, was kind enough to supply us with some after photos of his Victory Jackpot after he added on a new MBW Radius Sidemount, Rear LED tubing with dark lens and red LEDs, Kewlmetal Air intake cover, Front bullet style LEDs, Bar Oil Cooler Cover, Chrome Starter Cover. I have posted the photos on the CycleSolutins.net site to give fellow Victory owners some ideas on what you can do with your stock Victory by adding on these Victory motorcycle after market parts and accessories.

Shared passion, Individual styling.

Contributing author to the Victory Custom shop -- Cycle Solutions http://www.CycleSolutions.net

and the Victory Kingpin Cruiser Enthusiast site http://www.KingpinCruisers.net


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