I never got the chance to ride a 750, but I did put some miles on a 800 (98-00-ish), sweet ride.BryanThompson said:I just put a down payment on this today. It's a 1990 VFR750 with 12,700 miles.
Dirt bike. Looks fun :rockin:I think you should post a pic of your bike.
Here's another one of mine as long as I'm posting,
Found it! :rockin:this is my bike clubs website theres a few of my bikes on it in various runs
I know this wasn't aimed at me but since you haven't gotten a response, I can tell you that my 2007 Victory Kingpin even with the touring bags and trunk this bike handles like a much smaller bike. The Kingpin has a 100CI engine and 6 speed transmission and I get 45 mpg highway and as much as 54 mpg riding at 50 mph in the mountains! it's positively amazing that a bike this big can get this kind of fuel economy but when you have programmed fuel injection and a light wrist it's as efficient as a 600 CC sport bike or better.So, how's the Victory? Put many miles on it? Highway? MPG? City handling?
You're insane!It's been awhile since I've posted in this thread. I'm a winter riding fanatic, and am excited to report that I hit a new low a couple of weeks ago!
I know it's a whole different deal, but been thinkin' about a KLR650 to break up the asphalt riding a little bit.Here's my other new toy...2001 KLX300 ... got new tires/tubes ready to install... waiting for new clutch basket and Kickstart idler gear...35mm flat slide carb .... Big Gun full exhaust... and swap out front forks for KX forks.
Love the Victory. Nice and throaty exhaust, ****s and gets when needed. I ride a bunch in the summer, I got it for a steal with a little under 7K miles, and have a little over 9K now (2.5 years.) Never really figured up MPG but it does well. Only issue I have had was a snapped clutch cable, which took me 15 min to replace. Awesome ride though.So, how's the Victory? Put many miles on it? Highway? MPG? City handling?