2017 Victory Octane: Powerful V-Twin Muscle Bicycle

Feb 15, 2017 09:30 AM EST | Hem Cervantes

The Victory pulls the cover off its most recent section in the V-Twin muscle bicycle fragment with its 2017 Octane. The 2017 Victory Octane had revived their enthusiasm for performance gear with the Roland Sands Designs cooperation and Pikes Peak International Hill Climb make, known as Project 156.

The changes made are the 2 mm increment in the bore, upgraded camshafts, and a large group of restorative changes to the heads. The Octane has a four more strength and a four more feet pounds of torque than the Scout.

The 2017 Victory Octane is controlled by a water-cooled and double overhead cam 1179cc twin. It also comes with the fuel-infused motor featuring a four-valve chamber head and a 60-degree cylinder point much the same as Indian's Scout. Cylinder stroke estimation is additionally the same at 73.6mm yet bore increments 5mm.

The motor is mated to a six-speed gearbox with a cable clutch and belt last drive. The 2017 Victory Octane asserts the powertrain is useful for more than 8000 revs, 104 horsepower, and 76-pound feet of torque, which implies it sprints over the quarter-mile in 12-seconds level. Squeeze materials additionally indicate it fit for wheels and power drifts probably in first or second gear.

The frame of the Octane is inflexible mounted to the cast-aluminum front and rear edge segments with twin tubular-steel spines and the sculpted front spars to help cover the radiator. The Octane is said to weigh 528 pounds little fuel, oil, and coolant.

The 2017 Victory Octane pair of disc brakes comes with a full-manual ABS standard and equipment comprises of the 298-millimeter disc at each end matched with twin-cylinder front brakes and single-cylinder back calipers. The front anchor likewise profits by a stainless-steel pressure driven line rather than a squeezy plastic hose. Anticipated that would be available in the market later this spring and with a price of $10,499. The Octane wears a desirable outline with LED tail light and turns signals.


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