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2012-11-09 2012 Victory Zach Ness Vegas Motorcycles View Listings

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I have had my bike for almost two weeks now. I have serial #31 of ??? (rumor has it about 200). I am really enjoying the bike. My first mod was putting on an OEM lock and ride windshield. It made a big difference knocking off the wind blast. I have on order a passenger seat and rear peg kit (keep's the wife happy). One of the nice things is that I will not see another one on every corner. So far, great bike, no problems at all.
- Mike F., Murrieta, California

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2011-12-28 2011 Victory Zach Ness Vegas Motorcycles View Listings

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I have people looking everytime I'm out. The subtle chrome accents go well with the matte black paint. I hated the overly heavy and large chrome exhaust. It throws the look way off. Nothing a stop at a Bassani distributor didn't cure with a set of powder black two into ones.
- Larry, Saskatchewan

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2011-10-20 2012 Victory Zach Ness Vegas Motorcycles View Listings

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I rode the 2012 Vegas Jackpot off the factory demo truck in Springfield, OR in September, not the Zach Ness model but will offer my personal opinions. The Jackpot had considerable understeer with the fat rear tire and skinny front tire -- the Zach Ness appears to have the right combination that I would want for curvy roads. Get rid of the huge "Kirby vacuum cleaner" mufflers -- too Japanese and especially ugly when stacked like this. Stagger them, put them on either side like a touring model, or replace with a 2-into-1 or Stage 1 version. Additionally, the sound was not there--too quiet. They need to be changed immediately.
- Bob Yates, Eugene, Oregon

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