STERLING MOTORS inc
1807 Locust St.
Envy comes standard on the Ness Magnum. This Victory has graphics and paint designed by the one and only Ness Family. Its 21-inch front wheel is the largest production rim on the road. And the 100-watt fairing audio is Victorys loudest sound system ever. Loud, fast, and impossible to ignore, the Ness Magnum is the ultimate factory custom bagger. This particular example is a one owner bike that was factory optioned in Ness Midnight Cherry and has been pampered since day one. The Magnum boasts a 106ci Victory Freedom V-Twin that delivers 106 ft-lb of torque without any modifications. It is a smooth and efficient engine with a 6th gear overdrive to drop the RPMs and delivers the smooth ride youre looking for. Not only is this a fully loaded Ness model but it also has a nice list of dealer added upgrades. Upgrades added by Randys Cycle include performance cams, a precision timing system, a turn throttle, a high flow air filter. A Power Commander V and it sounds just plain nasty ripping through its Lloydz performance exhaust. It was dyno tuned by Fuel Moto at 113.05 hp with 117.56 pounds of torque making this bike a sheer thrill to ride. Other notable upgrades include the contrast cut front rim, matching quick release trunk with luggage rack, speakers and amp as well as the ape hangers, handlebar mount and wiring for a Garmin GPS (not included), a USB port inside the right saddlebag, a trailer hitch with wiring and a manual rear air ride system controlled by a hand pump. All said and done over $10,000 was spent on upgrading this beauty making it a true one of a kind. If you could see yourself on this sweet machine you better call us before it is too late!
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