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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-13-2012, 03:38 PM Thread Starter
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Got any pics of it. Sounds like a nice lookin' bike.

Sorry. Don't have anything to offer for the noise. I'd need to see it in person for this one.
Yes there are pics in my photo album, let me know if you can view them or not.
The pipes on the bike in the pictures are the Victory swept, I've since installed the RPW slash pipes.


Here is a picture of the belt, notice the top right edge, I think that is what's causing the noise.
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Here's another pic showing the problem you have owning a nice bike around here. If you want to keep your bike you better be packin' when the thieves catch a glimpse of it! LOL
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2009 Cory Ness Jackpot
Dynojet PCV by Fuel Moto
S&S Performance Intake
RPW Slash pipes
Corbin seat with 2 removable backrests
Kewl Metal 45 degree rake kit
Lowering kit
Kewl Metal LED Bullet signal lights
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post #23 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-13-2012, 09:05 PM
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Damn good lookin' bike brother!

Hope you don't mind if I'm a little envious.

Packin', in my humble opinion, is something every man and woman should be doing these days and not just because of theft. Time to get used to the feel of packin' because the days of Traditional America are over as of last Tuesday - sorry to say.

Don't be a victim. Be armed. Be ready. Be safe.

If I'm wrong the worst thing that could happen is you are over prepared. I'd rather err on the side of caution than get caught on the other side of this.

Just sayin'...
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...Here is a picture of the belt, notice the top right edge, I think that is what's causing the noise.
When your Jackpot was lowered, the pulley cover was not modified. Belt's rubbing inside the pulley cover, and you need to modify it by shaving/grinding it a little, as shown in the picture below. Great looking bike!
Drive Pulley Cover inside shot modified for lowered bike.jpg

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...I attribute this to being the biggest issue with owning a Victory, most mechanic’s at Victory dealerships in my area work on several different bikes, mostly jap bikes, so their knowledge of a Victory is only general issues, no Victory experts in my area that I know of!!!
Who needs knowledgeable dealers when you have a forum full of helpful, fellow riders?

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