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Old 03-04-2011, 03:54 AM   #1
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So to start off with I have not owned a Harley in years. To me they are all name and no go. I saw one today that may make me change my mind. The Vrod Muscle. THat has got to be one of the sleekest bikes I have ever seen with a V twin. Even the Vmax has nothing on this bike. If any of you have not seen it do a google. Now if it has hard bags in aftermarket......
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i've never been fond of the vmax. it's short and fat like me.

those vrods are pretty cool imo. i was at a demo day a few months back with my friend and we test rode a bunch of bikes. he loved the muscle i fell in love with the road king
I like Road Kings. Very nice bikes. The V-Rod, not so much. I think there are much better bikes for the money.

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So to start off with I have not owned a Harley in years. To me they are all name and no go. I saw one today that may make me change my mind. The Vrod Muscle. THat has got to be one of the sleekest bikes I have ever seen with a V twin. Even the Vmax has nothing on this bike. If any of you have not seen it do a google. Now if it has hard bags in aftermarket......

Vmax is a V4.
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