Except for the Touring Cruiser, which uses the old-style chassis, all of Victory's 2006 models get the Freedom 100/6 V-twin power train. That's the 1634cc displacement with six speeds (unique among V-twin gearboxes from major manufacturers). It also is a bit narrower than the old 1520cc, five-speed engine (which is still used in the Touring Cruiser). The big six-speed engine is still used in the Hammer (which starts at a suggested $16,899), and now powers the Kingpin ($15,999 suggested base), the Vegas ($15,799), the Vegas 8-Ball ($13,399) and the Deluxe version of the Kingpin ($17,499). The Kingpin Deluxe wears a windshield, a touring saddle, saddlebags, and backrest and floorboards for the passenger.