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Old 06-02-2016, 08:00 PM   #1
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Electric-Powered Victory Empulse RR and Gas-Powered Victory Project 156 Will Battle a


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The countdown is on: Don Canet will ride the Victory Empulse RR in "Take Back the Hill for America" on June 26


June 26 is fast approaching and on that day you can expect an exciting race as the electric-powered Victory Empulse RR faces the gas-powered Project 156 at the "Take…


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