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post #1 of 9 Old 02-10-2014, 11:32 AM Thread Starter
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So it looks like the Victory Gunner has been based on the Victory Judge Cruiser. Both share identical chassis geometry.

32-degree rake, 64.8 inch wheelbase and 130/90-16 front,140/90-16 rear tire sizes are identical to the Judge.
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yep. the gunner just seems to be a cheaper version of the judge
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Cheaper almost always better, in this case it seems to be good!
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you save some weight too
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you save some weight too
That too, but we can also save weight on our part....hit the treadmill! Diet!
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So what your saying is that the Victory Gunner has the same handling as the Victory Judge? I mean that makes sense since they are both pretty much the same bike. Maybe I'll try to take out a Judge on a test drive while we wait for the Gunner to become available. That should give me an idea of what to expect from the Gunner.
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it is lighter so it might handle a bit differently

i have no experience with either so i cant say
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So what your saying is that the Victory Gunner has the same handling as the Victory Judge? I mean that makes sense since they are both pretty much the same bike. Maybe I'll try to take out a Judge on a test drive while we wait for the Gunner to become available. That should give me an idea of what to expect from the Gunner.
that would be something good to do, or you can wait on some journalist to do it, but who knows how long that will really be
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my google skills arent good enough but is the suspension the same between the two models?
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