Victory Hammer S




Make Model

Victory Hammer S


2009 - 10


Four stroke, 50° V twin SOHC, 4 valves per cylinder


1731 cc / 106 cu-in
Bore x Stroke 101 x 108 mm
Cooling System Air / oil
Compression Ratio 9.4:1


Fuel Injection with dual 45mm throttle body
Oil Capacity  5.0 qts / 4.73 ltr


 Staggered slash-cut dual exhaust with crossover
Battery 12 volts / 18 amp hours
Starting Electric
Clutch Wet, multi-plate

Max Power

96.9 hp / 71.3 kW

Max Torque

153 Nm / 15.6 kg-m
Clutch Wet, multi-plate


6 Speed
Final Drive Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt
Primary Drive  Gear drive with torque compensator

Front Suspension

Inverted cartridge telescopic fork, 43 mm diameter

Front Wheel Travel 130 mm / 5.1 in

Rear Suspension

Single, mono-tube gas, cast aluminum with rising rate linkage, preload adjustable spring
Rear Wheel Travel 76 mm / 3.0 in

Front Brakes

Single 300mm floating rotor 4 piston caliper

Rear Brakes

Single 300mm floating rotor 2 piston caliper

Front Tyre


Rear Tyre

Rakem 33°
Trail 140 mm / 5.5 in
Dimensions Length 93.8 in / 2382 mm
Wheelbase 1689 mm / 66.5 in
Seat Height 660 mm / 26 in
GVWR 532 kg / 1173 lbs
Ground Clearance 135 mm / 5.3 in

Dry Weight

305 kg  /  672 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

17 Litres / 4.5 US gal

One of the latest Victory models revamped for the 2009 lineup is the notorious Hammer S. A muscle bike characterized by faultless custom design and backed up by a massive V-Twin engine this is Victory’s way of getting the best out of American muscle cars and transposing it into motorcycles.

The thing with Victory motorcycles in generally is that by being relatively new on such a competitive and continuously growing market, they must feature absolute top notch features in order to get the appreciation that consecrated brands effortless obtain. Although, from our point of view Victory has long passed that critical point and is indeed a well played card by Polaris Industries, the 2009 Hammer S pushes further the boundaries of style and performance.

For starters, get hold of those x-factor custom wheels and that custom paintjob. These are the shiny new bits that get our attention in the first place, but the 106-CI 50° V-Twin engine is also impossible to pass unnoticed. Displacement has been upgraded from 100-CI (1634cc) to 106-CI (1731cc), resulting into a 9.4:1 compression ratio (previously 8.7:1) and the powerplant also gets a different, tow-into-one exhaust, not only to mark the upgrade, but to retune the power range.


2007 Victory Hammer S

Victory first introduced the Hammer S in 2007 as a stand-out machine that was entirely based on the simple Victory Hammer model which first made an entry in 2005. The idea was to offer diversity and slightly stand apart from that classic, chromed look so that was achieved with the use of a blacked-out 100-CI four-stroke 50° V-Twin engine, handlebars, gauges and inverted forks. The red, power-coated Gatlin wheels were supplied by Performance Machine, but the new Hammer model also stood out thanks to a custom-inspired headlight.

The 2008 Victory Hammer S was all about Black. Despite not being the subject of a major revamp as it was only a year old, the custom bike featured Black/Silver with SS Stripe coloring while the Performance Machine wheels were now black translucent powdered coated.


2009 Victory Hammer S

The 2009 Victory Hammer S is mostly about looks and comfort so that was the design team’s task when turning to their previous schemes. But what is so outstanding is the fact that even though at a first glance you would think that they’ve changed everything, the fact is that they haven’t changed anything, but colors.

The 2009 model year features an easy remarkable Blue and White color combination in a strong contrast with the Matte Black mechanics. Do you know how those competition stripes applied on bright painted custom cars make them stand out from the crowd? Well, this is the same kind of magic adapted by Victory for the 2009 Hammer S. So on the sides of the fenders and gas tank as well as on the lower half of the headlight, they’ve applied that awesome Blue while the top is a simple White with stylish contour lines.

The wheels haven’t been excluded from this treatment so they are entirely covered in that very same Blue. The rider seats on a spacious seat and the cowl can be easily removed in order for a passenger to find its place on that rear seat.

Overall a low, sleek and mean looking bike, the 2009 Victory Hammer S indeed stands away from its competitors, just like custom made cars.

Victory turned the expected into the unexpected as nobody ever could imagine the all Black 2008 model ending up into a worm colored, but still aggressive motorcycle. And with the evolved, now 106-CI (1731 cc), V-Twin engine created to back up those looks, the 2009 Hammer S is an unbeatable package with much more left to prove during a future test drive.

New for 2009
- New Freedom 106 6 Speed
- Stage 2 Cams
- 97 HP and 113 Ft Lbs of Torque
- New super light X-Factor wheels are 16.8 lbs lighter
- New LED tail light is twice as bright
- New Headlight lighter and better pattern

  Key Features
- Premium Performance Cruiser introduced in 2007
- Blacked-out engine, handlebar, gauges, fuel cap and handlebar, distinctive engine and fender badging, anodized forks, color matched headlight, muscle car inspired custom paint

Features & Benefits

• Freedom 106 Cubic Inch V-Twin Engine

• Ultra Fat 9.84 inch (250mm) rear tire

• Muscle car inspired custom paint

• Removeable Passenger Seat Cowl

• Custom-inspired headlight

• Inverted fork with dual disc brakes

• X Factor wheels

• Mutli LED Tail light

• Chopped rear fender

• 18" front wheel