There are no cruisers that "excel" in turns. There are some cruisers better at it than others. But none would be defined as "excels". The Yamaha Warrior and Harley Street Rod are supposed to handle turns quite well for a cruiser.im looking for bike's with the following.
-excells around twistys
-between 1200 and 1600cc
any ideas? if u know of more then one whats the best in your opinion?
which out of the performance/Hot rod cruisers would u go with?
Or if you have 18k burning a hole in your pocket avoid the add ons and get the new one(VMAX), that thing is awsome!!!Early model Max's have smaller forks than the ones made from around
'93 and up. You'll need a fork brace on either so start there. Brakes could use an upgrade and for the most part it depends on how far your willing to go. Braided lines are a must. Try to find one with the stock pipes. They hold their value better (you can still change the exhaust- just don't sell the original). Check the 2nd gear shift dog on the test ride. The rods will bend on a bad shift and you have to crack the case to fix it. If you want to be different and just go big power- swap to downdraft carbs and a V&H exhaust. You loose the v-boost feeling, but you'll gain insane low-end power.
There's your start.