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The changes I made were all definitely for the good.

The wider back wheel makes the back of the bike look complete, filled in so to speak, and the ride is appreciably better. It's hard to explain the change in the ride, but I've just returned from a ride to Melb and rolling in and out of the curves and bends seemed to require less effort to stay on line, and indeed to change the line if needed. It's almost just a case of looking at where you want to go and the bike simply taking you there.

I regularly ride to Melb, at least once a year, and each time I would return with at least one broken spoke because of the inevitable hard hit in a pothole or ridge in the road, but this time, no broken spokes, and they look a lot better too (much easier to keep).

The headlight looks so much better too... I was not a fan of the original one, so almost anything was going to be better, but the Judge light and the Judge ignition switch cowl, and the one on the other side of the motor, just adds to the downplaying of bling for me.

I got all these changes done through the Bris Victory shop. For the rear wheel Robertino, the lead mechanic at Victory Bris, found a local mob to build the wheel. So if anyone wants technical info on it, I guess Robertino would be the one to call. 

For me this whole exercise was well worth it, and relatively cheap compared to what others spend on customizing.


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