Victory Motorcycles was founded in 1998. It was a glorious 4th July
in Spirit Lake, northern Iowa, United States when the V92C went out
of the production line. After realizing the success Harley-Davidson
was enjoying, Polaris decided to start building an all-American
heavy bike. Soon after an entirely new and innovative bike was
created, the V92C.
Symbolically born on the 4th of July Victory V92C emphases the
classic American cruiser. This model was well received and even
called the best cruiser on the market at the moment. It featured a
large 1510cc air-cooled V-twin engine that could produce at its
peak 55 HP (41Kw) at the wheel. The weight and power output made it
a direct opponent for Harley's Sportster.
Victory Motorcycles managed to build the engine with parts
manufactured entirely in Minnesota and Iowa. The only parts from
exterior were the Brembo braking system and GM fuel-injection. The
highlights of the power unit were the large oil quantity that stood
in the sump (unlike the Harley) and the easy to tune design.
The V92 92ci 1510cc V-Twin engine is good for 55hp and will clock
out at 120mph top speed. The bike was a true Harley Davidson
fighter when it came out in 1999 and had several good years of
profitable business before the company lost its way and the brand
was ultimately retired from the Polaris portfolio. The Victory V92
has always been a well-received all American built bike with a
reliable engine and brakes provides by Brembo for sturdy stopping
This bike has been well take care of and looks and runs very good
for the miles. The complete fuel system has been overhauled, brake
flush, rebuilt front forks, new tires and a new battery as well as
all other fluid services. It runs and looks like a bike with under
10k miles. Please call Jon at 480-703-2337 to check it out. The
bike belongs to my dad and I am helping him sell due to lack of
space and other projects.
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