2017 Victory Octane
Street Motorcycle for sale by Kevin Powell Motorsports - Greensboro in Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
$6,955Check value with KBB ›
Kevin Powell Motorsports - Greensboro
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2017 Victory Octane $6,955
2017 Victory Motorcycles® Octane® Matte Super Steel GrayA POWERFUL, LIQUID-COOLED 1200CC V-TWIN IN A LIGHTWEIGHT CHASSIS THAT PUTS DOWN 104 HORSEPOWER.
POWER TO BURNFeatures may include:
- A RACE-BRED V-TWIN
Based on the Project 156 racer that competed at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb, Octanes 1200cc V-twin uses 4-valve heads, dual overhead cams and liquid cooling to make 104hp. Geared for acceleration, Octane™ ran a quarter mile in 12 seconds and hit 60 mph in under 4 seconds.
- A CAST-ALUMINUM FRAME
light and rigid cast aluminum frame transmits every horsepower directly to the pavement. Sharp steering geometry and 32-degress of lean angle deliver agility previously unknown to American motorcycles. Cast aluminum 10-spoke wheels are sized for sure-footed handling.
- CHROME WONT GET YOU HOME
That’s why theres so little shiny stuff on Octane™. The chassis and powertrain are blacked-out creating a modern look thats all business.
- LEANER AND MEANER
Octane® is the most aggressive Victory motorcycle ever built, styled with harder lines, sharper creases, and other subtle details that make Octane® look leaner and meaner than any other American motorcycle. The bullet cowl is standard equipment and proves this bike is built for speed.
2017 Victory Octane Specifications
Trim Body Style
Exterior ColorMATTE GRAY
Custom Exterior ColorN/A
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