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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-27-2014, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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Default 91 v92c Deluxe

My Vic has about 20k miles on it now and has carried me every where I've wanted it to. I ride rain or shine hot or cold just had her out a few days ago started right up at 19 degrees and started again at 9 degrees to get home.
Model:V92C Deluxe
Eng size:92 CI
Pipes:Stage 1 slip ons
Wheels:Stock Spoke
Accessories:K&N Filter, Battery Disconnect, Kurakyn cup holder
And the story: Bought this bike last year after being about a 100 miles from home and finding gas in the oil of my Roadstar 1600, I noticed the gas and some grimy junk in the oil so I grabbed my lid outta saddle bag told my buddies it'd probably blow up on the way home and rode it wide open down the turn pike on the way home, I was in complete shock when both the bike and myself made it home, the next day I did and oil change and gravel dropped out the bottom of my engine, I found more larger rocks in my tank so I finished the oil change loaded it in the truck and took it to a Harley dealer that had a couple Victories for sale, The one I bought wasn't the prettiest, didn't run right, it bucked and kicked barely stayed running when u let of the throttle but It was gonna be mine. I took her home and started to get her all cleaned up and began the tune up process first thing I noticed when the air filter out it was chewed out in the center (photo below) , I found parts of the culprit to ended up disassembling the entire air box after removing the tank and had to clean the throttle body as-well bits of mouse everywhere. Now I understood why it wasn't running right and I think that weird ticking in the motor was more pieces. After allot of work a fresh oil change and some pain staking detailing she is now what you see today.

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mouse in vic.jpg This is what was left of the mouse in the airbox when bought the bike the photo below is what the mouse did to the air filter.
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Very nice bike. You make me feel guilty, it is so clean! I live in the SW, no snow, but my bike looks like it has been in the snow. Last bike I rode in the snow was my 05 Triumph and the snow was not fun to me. Take care and be safe on that slick white stufffff.

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Default Ty for the compliment

Fridays ride was a bit sketchy at first hit some slushy icy crap about a block from home and the Vic decided to have a sliding contest. Kept her upright though and the rest of the ride was smooth as silk. Last time I really did a heavy cleaning on her was in August for a local bike show.

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