Question about Victory Hammer Motorcycles
The Victorys are all direct injected since inception. there are no carbs to worry about. Slip ons should not affect performance since the header pipes are the same flow. Using a free flowing intake and exhaust will greatly improve performance from stock but will need the computer "flashed" with the appropriate fuel map. These flashes can be done by dealers and performance shops that work on Victory and will be included with many of the intake or exhaust sytems such as Lloydz and S&S.
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
You may need to adjust the timing and or air flow to your carbs as the mufflers create a mild amount of backpressure to your cylinder heads. Over all this hould not be a problem, but if you plan on keeping the bike for some time you may want to look into this. Thank you.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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