UPCOMING

Expected price:

12.00 Lac – 14.00 Lac

Expected Launch Date:  May 2016 – May 2016

Victory MotorCycles Hammer 8-Ball

Victory MotorCycles Hammer 8-Ball Overview

The Victory Hammer 8 Ball is a true bad boy among cruisers with a black-out style,a low stance and an aggressive 1731 cc, 4-stroke 50degree V-Twin engine. The bike\'s engine delivers a maximum torque of 110 ft-lbs which is kept under control by a six speed overdrive transmission with helical-cut gears. The engine needs to deal with a dry weight of 533 kg. The Victory Hammer 8 Ball is a stunning bike while on the streets and rolls on a pair of stylish and trendy 18 inch wheels which are kept in check by inverted front forks and a rear single, mono-tube gas shock absorber. The rims are wrapped in 130/70R18 front and 250/40R18 rear Dunlop Elite 3 tires. The Hammer 8-Ball has a sporty, high-cut rear fender displaying the bike\'s signature 250mm rear tire. The tire is exclusively designed to cater to the smooth and comfortable ride. The speed of the motorcycle is controlled by front and rear 300mm floating rotors which are paired with 4-piston calipers up front and 2-piston calipers at the rear. The Victory Freedom 106/6 V-Twin is smooth, stylish and the same time efficient and extremely powerful. Adding up to the style, the passenger seat is integrated into the rear bodywork. with a removable gloss black cowl covering the seat. It comes with blacked-out features from end to end, from the headlight to the exhaust. For better style, you could customize and add accessories to make the bike your own. With a powerful performance and delivery of 110 ft-lb of torque you could leave the passersby on the street dumbstruck. You will have instant throttle response and outstanding power you can unleash on demand. It has worthy competition from Harley Davidson Street Bob, Harley Davidson Heritage Softail Classic and Indian MotorCycle Indian Chieftain. This bike with fabulous features is expected to be priced about 12,00,000 to 14,00,000 INR based on the accessories opted for .