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Does anyone know if the Victory tach kit will fit on. XRC with Victory fairing? Looks like it might be a little tight but would like to hear from someone who has done it or tried.
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What is an XRC? XR = Cross Roads / XC = Cross Country.
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What is an XRC? XR = Cross Roads / XC = Cross Country.
You'd help us to help you if you'd complete your signature with year and model of your bike.
Sorry, Cross Roads Classic, 2012.
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Found out on different post but thx, although I have the victory fairing not the windshield.

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If you have the victory XC fairing then you should find the gauge cluster that fits into it and use it. If you are not going to use the interior portion of the fairing then there should be ample space to fit the gauge cluster from the XR there.

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