2017 Victory Octane Based off a proven Polaris platform, the Victory Octane shares engine and chassis architecture with the Indian Scout. Both bikes are based on a common platform, but, according to Victory Product Manager Brandon Kraemer, “Only 35 percent of the parts are shared, the other 65 percent are unique to the Octane. And what they share—things like the crankshaft, crankcase, transmission and brake pads—are things customers can’t see.” Using the same engine and/or chassis in different models is common. Victory, Indian and Harley-Davidson have used the same engine/chassis in multiple models for years. Polaris owns two motorcycle brands, so it should come as no surprise that they share resources. With Victory’s emphasis on performance—it’s tagline is “Modern American Muscle”—the Octane’s engine had to have plenty of kick. With DOHC and four valves per cylinder, V-twin is already impressive, The Octane, has a 73.6mm stroke and the bore was increased to 101mm boosting displacement of 1,179cc. Victory said the Octane cranks out 104 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and 76 lb-ft of torque at 6,000 rpm, and the goal, was to deliver “head-snapping acceleration.” This one is super clean, it has 16,637 miles on it. It has been fully serviced, and it is ready to ride!!
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