Buyers Guide 2016 Victory Empulse TT

2016 Victory Empulse TT

2016 Victory Empulse TT | Buyer’s Guide

2016 Victory Empulse TT batteries
2016 Victory Empulse TT

Victory makes its first foray into two markets with the new Empulse TT–electric and high-performance motorcycles.

Using a platform from the purchase of Brammo by the parent company Polaris, the Victory Empulse TT takes its name from the company’s success in the Isle of Man TT.

While the electric motor’s output numbers are relatively modest, it does have a six-speed transmission to maximize its power. The Empulse TT has a high-performance chassis with twin 310mm Brembo discs and radially mounted Brembo calipers in the front, along with regenerative braking, 17-inch Continental Sport Attack II tires, 43mm inverted forks, and a wheelbase of 53 inches.

2016 Victory Empulse TT Specifications

Engine:

  • Motor type: Internal permanent magnet AC
  • Battery: Brammo Power Lithium Ion
  • Charging System: 3.9 hours (Level II); 8.9 hours (Level I)
  • Battery capacity: 10,400 watt/hours
  • Battery voltage: 103.6 volts
    Emissions: None
  • Peak power: 54 horsepower
  • Peak torque: 61 ft/lbs
  • Top speed: 100+ mph
  • Transmission: 6-speed w/ hydraulic activated wet clutch

Suspension:

  • Front: 43mm adjustable inverted forks
  • Rear: Adjustable direct-acting shock

Brakes:

  • Front: Dual 310mm Brembo floating discs w/ 4-piston radially mounted Brembo calipers
  • Rear: Brembo disc w/ 2-piston Brembo caliper

Tires:

  • Front: Continental Sport Attack II; 120-70 ZR17, 58W
  • Rear: Continental Sport Attack II; 160/60 ZR17 69W

Wheels:

  • Front: 17” x 3.5”
  • Rear: 17” x 4.5”

Dimensions:

  • Ground clearance: 7.3 inches
  • Rake: 24 degrees
  • Trail: 3.8 inches
  • Seat height: 31.5 inches
  • Wheelbase: 58.0 inches
  • Overall length: 81.3 inches
  • Dry weight: 470 pounds

2016 Victory Empulse TT Color:

  • Titanium Silver/Havasu Red

2016 Victory Empulse TT MSRP:

  • $19,999

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