Power-wise, you’re looking at Victory’s standard 106-inch V-Twin, rated at 113 foot-pounds of torque (expect about 85 horsepower and 105 ft.-lb. at the wheel), backed by the same not-bad-but-not-great six-speed overdrive gearbox sending power rearward via toothed belt. Both ends get a single 300mm disc brake to bring the 660-pound (claimed, dry) proceedings to a halt. The handlebar, swept-back risers, triple clamps and (pleasantly round) headlight get the black-out treatment—and those clamps also give the Judge the 6.7-inch trail and 64.8-inch wheelbase of Victory’s other 16-inch-wheeled cruiser, the High-Ball. The fork serves up 5.1 inches of travel; the single shock gives 3.0 inches (also High-Ball numbers) and adjusts for spring preload.