The 2017 Victory Empulse TT has a 6 speed transmission as standard equipment. The Integrated Electric Transmission (IET™) – IET™ is a mechatronic propulsion unit that emulates the feeling and performance of a traditional internal combustion engine, with a specially developed electric motor, clutch and gear shift, that enables the 2016 Empulse TT to effortlessly accelerate hard from the line up to a high top speed, something that is just not possible to achieve with a single ratio electric motorcycle. The 2016 Empulse TT is also the world’s first production electric motorcycle to feature liquid cooling.

The Empulse TT features a fully adjustable front (43mm inverted forks) and rear (direct-acting shock) suspension system connected to lightweight cast aluminum wheels.

At only 470 lbs, the 2016 Empulse TT enjoys a high power-to-weight ratio thanks to its 54 horsepower AC electric motor that delivers 61 ft-lbs of instant torque. The Empulse TT’s LCD dashboard has a digital speedometer, gear indicator, and battery level monitor with a backlit analog tachometer that is clearly visible day or night. With a 10.4 Kwh lithium ion battery pack, the Empulse TT can’travel up to 140 miles on a single charge, with a recharge time of 3.9 hours.

4 comments on “Victory Empulse TT”
  1. Travis says:

    Hopefully its not super quite. Bikes are oddly enough built to be somewhat loud – so that drivers notice them. Would hate to hear about people not hearing these things, leading to countless accidents.

  2. Bruce Williams says:

    How is it charged..110..220.. Special receptacle and seperate charging staion that must be it solar friendly…how???

  3. Eduardo G Hierro says:

    Will like to know where I can go to buy one

  4. Eduardo G Hierro says:

    Will like to test drive the bike and learn more about it.

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