2013 Victory Judge Comparison Photo Gallery
Hustling through corners on the Victory Judge is a breeze as turn in and handling is lighter thanks to the small profile of its 140mm rear Dunlop.
Victory Motorcycles pulled no punches when calling out the Harley Fat Bob as its latest cruiser also has drag bars, a 16-inch tall, 130mm-wide front hoop and a V-Twin with similar displacement. See how it stacks up in our
2013 Victory Judge vs 2012 Harley Fat Bob Comparison
Introducing the 2013 Victory Judge.
The seat on the Victory Judge was more comfortable on long hauls because its mid-mount controls place pressure points differently on a rider's backside.
A thick chunk of rubber on a mag wheel is always a thing of beauty. A single disc also helps to appreciate the Judge's front wheel with an unobstructed view.
Though the Judge transitions and turns in easier than its Harley counterpart, it also scrapes pegs earlier in the lean.
The 2013 Victory Judge tested out at 93.68 lb-ft of torque on our dyno.
The Victory Judge won the horsepower battle, handles with less effort and has much bitier brakes than the Harley Fat Bob.
2013 Victory Judge vs 2012 Harley Fat Bob dyno chart.
The Victory Judge has the chops to match its sporting disposition.
The 2013 Victory Judge has drag bars and mid-mount controls that place riders in a comnpact, at-the-ready riding position.
The mirrors on the Judge are a bit smaller than the Fat Bob's set and the view from between the bars is sparse.
The Freedom 106 V-Twin of the Judge with its 1731cc of power will chirp the tires in the first couple of gears.
The 4.5 gallon tank of the Victory Judge has a chiseled look.
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