Victory Gunner by Tattoo Projects

Dec 1, 2016

Category: Rides

At first glance, this Victory Gunner custom by Tattoo Projects looks like something out of a Mad Max movie, or any other post-apocalyptic film for that matter. This is an aesthetic strange to Victory Motorcycles’ lineup of typically futuristic looking bikes, but it’s one that works well.

The company took a badass modern American muscle bike and turned it into an old-school bobber cafe racer. The most notable change is the new tail section, which features a Nitroheads seat. The battery was swapped for a smaller Ballistic unit that now sits inside of a custom battery pouch made by Colsen Keane. The front end sports Suzuki GSX-R forks and custom-made triple trees. The ride also uses thick Firestone’s Deluxe Champion tires, adding to american muscle look. The exhaust were capped with new headers, and a Lloydz Torque Tube intake was added to help it breathe a little. Top it off with a distressed paint job and you’ve got yourself a strong bike that’s ready for the apocalypse.

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