As a side effect of that program-or more plausibly, because final testing is ongoing-there were more than a few "TBAs" on the supplied specifications sheet. What we know is that the engine will be Victory's air/oil-cooled, fuel-injected Freedom V-twin displacing no less than the Hammer's current 100 cubic inches (1634cc), though it could be much larger-perhaps as much as 2 liters to compete with the Kawasaki Vulcan 2000. It will have a six-speed overdrive transmission and belt final drive. Rake is 29 degrees, trail 5.4 inches and wheelbase 65.7 in., so stability should rival that of a locomotive. Seat height, at 26.5 in., is said to be the lowest in class, despite a claimed 4 in. of padding. Fuel capacity is 6 gallons, so range should be 200 miles plus. Storage capacity is said to be ample, measuring a whopping 111 liters for the Tour (more than a Gold Wing) and 62 for the Street. Tires are touring radials, 130/70-18 front and 180/60-16 rear. The rear suspension is said to be adjustable, but now how.