“Hey, look at me!” This phrase could sum up the latest Magnum X-1 Stealth Edition. It’s no stealth at all, with a superb silhouette and a 200W audio system.
It's not just handsome with its big front wheel and grey-matte paint, but it also can turn the dead people into zombies due to its 200W surround audio system.
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A very popular but usual bagger ‒ Harley-Davidson Street Glide ‒ has an audio power of 50W. Meanwhile, the Electra Glide Ultra Limited Mega Cruiser has a 4x25W output. With such an audio system, the Electra Glide was able to provide great sound to the whole Harley-Davidson EICMA Stand in 2015. At the first sight, I thought it was a dedicated stereo system.
Victory Magnum X-1 Stealth Edition has ten speakers: two 6×9 woofers and two tweeters in the saddlebags, as well as two 5.25-inch mid-bass speakers, two 2.5-inch mid-ranges, and two more tweeters in the front fairing. The audio system fully integrates into any Bluetooth capable device and features an informational window for input and song selection.
It also features a 21-inches aluminum front wheel. Both wheels are machined from a single block of aluminum.
To be noticed during the night, you got LED headlight, 74% brighter than halogen. The turn signals and the taillight are also LED.
Victory Magnum X-1 has a 4-STROKE 50° 106 ci V-Twin with air/oil cooling and a 6-speed overdrive constant mesh transmission. The tires: 120/70R 21 front and an 180/60R 16 rear.
All these features come with a $23,499 price, and the bike will be revealed to the public at Daytona Beach Bike Week as a demo motorcycle.