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Freedom 106

So luckily the Freedom 106 is not a new mill. It was first introduced in 2009 as part of Victorys 10 year anniversary celebration.



Freedom 106 is simply the 50 degree V-Twins displacement in cubic inches, which translates to a healthy 1700 cc's..

Going off the engines use across the Victory lineup a good bet is we should expect 110 ft-lb of twist and 95 horsepower routed through a six speed transmission.

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Its 1731cc isnt it?



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Sweet! Can't wait to hear how this beast sounds when fired up. Adding to this it has two 101 X 108 mm cylinders



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95hp and 110 torque

That is GOOD torque

Is this engine used in the same configuration in any other Victory models?



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95hp and 110 torque

That is GOOD torque

Is this engine used in the same configuration in any other Victory models?
it's in a number of different models as you'll see here: http://www.victorymotorcycles.com/en...-v-twin-engine



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post #6 of 6 Old 11-21-2014, 06:33 PM
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it's in a number of different models as you'll see here: http://www.victorymotorcycles.com/en...-v-twin-engine
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