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So just got the lloydz timing wheel in for my 2006 Vegas 8 ball, One of those "easy ways to get more power out of my bike" right? Wrong..... not so easy, no one seems to touch the subject of the 2007 and earlier timing wheels, much more difficult much more work and much more money, no instructions almost anywhere other then the 10 step paper they give with it, which is so vague and undescriptive, I got to the part where I need a victory fly wheel tool, don't have that so I'm screwed until I get one unless I want to beet on my transmission with a hammer... no thanks, so I decided that I'm going to make a write up for this, since there is no help out there at all, anyone see any reason why I shouldnt? Know of some good how to's? If not I'm going to come up with the best write up I can for this so hopefully the next person that trys this doesn't have any problems

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So just got the lloydz timing wheel in for my 2006 Vegas 8 ball, One of those "easy ways to get more power out of my bike" right? Wrong..... not so easy, no one seems to touch the subject of the 2007 and earlier timing wheels, much more difficult much more work and much more money, no instructions almost anywhere other then the 10 step paper they give with it, which is so vague and undescriptive, I got to the part where I need a victory fly wheel tool, don't have that so I'm screwed until I get one unless I want to beet on my transmission with a hammer... no thanks, so I decided that I'm going to make a write up for this, since there is no help out there at all, anyone see any reason why I shouldnt? No of some good how to's? If not I'm going to come up with the best write up I can for this so hopefully next person that try this doesn't have any problems
Since the wheel is still pretty fresh on the market your the first I've seen on this site attempting the install. Hats off to ya documenting it

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I've had 750, 900, 1470, 1800, and now 1507cc bikes.

The easiest way to get more power is to get a bigger bike.
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I've had 750, 900, 1470, 1800, and now 1507cc bikes.

The easiest way to get more power is to get a bigger bike.
Well not everyone has enough money to go out and buy the biggest bike out there one after another , just for more power, that being said I have a 100 ci, so I think I have a powerful enough bike compared to most other cruiser brands, but that doesn't mean I don't want more power, even if I had the most powerful stock bike in the world I would still want to squeeze more power out with mods, some people like stock bikes some people like to have fun with modding there bikes, I see no reason to buy a "bigger bike" lol but I see every reason to make my bike more mine by making it my way, that is probably 90% of the reason this forum exist, if everyone kept there bikes 100% stock this forum wouldn't exist just saying
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Well not everyone has enough money to go out and buy the biggest bike out there one after another , just for more power, that being said I have a 100 ci, so I think I have a powerful enough bike compared to most other cruiser brands, but that doesn't mean I don't want more power, even if I had the most powerful stock bike in the world I would still want to squeeze more power out with mods, some people like stock bikes some people like to have fun with modding there bikes, I see no reason to buy a "bigger bike" lol but I see every reason to make my bike more mine by making it my way, that is probably 90% of the reason this forum exist, if everyone kept there bikes 100% stock this forum wouldn't exist just saying
That honda vtx1800 was the most powerful I've ever ridden. It had crazy torque and was stupid fast. I hated to let it go.

I agree that everyone should make their bike their own.
As for affordability? Due to kids in college and other financial obligations, right around $4500 was my limit and this is what I paid for each of the bikes that I listed... some a little less.

Tons of bikes for sale out there. Patience and lots of looking got me on each one and I'd do it all again. Great experience!

However, this time I really struck gold and I'm hanging onto this one.
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I just went to Vic's parts list and could not even find a timing wheel of any kind. Guess Vic doesn't need one.
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Maybe you can rent. Borrow or buy a flywheel puller.
From what I gather youll need it again if you want to go back in and make further adjustments to your timing.
Personally if I had an early Vic I reckon I'd be going different, somewhat easier ways to liberate more power, via exhaust and intake,
I cant see what mods you already have? Or what else you have planned?
Good Luck with your enterprise and good on you for wanting to document your trials and tribulations.
Rather you than me though.

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I just went to Vic's parts list and could not even find a timing wheel of any kind. Guess Vic doesn't need one.
What triggers the ignition?
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I think it replaces #17 on the 2006/2007 models...


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The flywheel pulley is nothing but a large drain bolt (pictured) M20x1.5 thread. I get my at the local AutoParts store for about $2. It threads into the flywheel and forces it off the crankshaft.

We've done a dozen or so wheels with good luck. I charge $85 labor to install one if anyone is interested.
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