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post #21 of 40 (permalink) Old 10-26-2017, 12:21 PM
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Navigating this forum, as well as many other things, is so user friendly on a laptop. But on my tablet, its way too frustrating. That's just one of the things that has me staying with a flip phone. Call me a Luddite, but when I'm home, which is most the time, a laptop serves well, and on the road, a flip phone works for calls. If I need to look up something, I get out the tablet. If you are going to comment, "what about music?" I have yet to download my first song. My car has a 6 CD changer (got lots of those) and a cassette player for books on tape we buy at thrift stores. My bike has the best music emanating from the pipes. More I do not need.

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That's okay A friend of mine still has a rotary dial telephone hanging on the wall in his kitchen
There are different types of phones out there now?!?

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Yes thank you, I will definitely search a lot before doing anything. As per the spark plugs that I recently replaced, I am apparently not running lean, but more on the rich side.

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Wholley S**T Those plugs are running rich to the point of fouling I would say and are NO WAY normal for even a Lawnmower never mind a Victory. They normally run to the opposite end of the spectrum, too lean with little or no deposits which also is not good. alright, so much for an old post.

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Wholley S**T Those plugs are running rich to the point of fouling I would say and are NO WAY normal for even a Lawnmower never mind a Victory. They normally run to the opposite end of the spectrum, too lean with little or no deposits which also is not good. alright, so much for an old post.
Go pull your plugs you'll see about the same look. Vic's plugs for the most part are black and it doesn't mean your running rich. Now that there is no lead in the gas you don't find many brown colored plugs

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"Go pull your plugs you'll see about the same look. Vic's plugs for the most part are black and it doesn't mean your running rich.
Now that there is no lead in the gas you don't find many brown colored plugs"
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"Go pull your plugs you'll see about the same look. Vic's plugs for the most part are black and it doesn't mean your running rich.
Now that there is no lead in the gas you don't find many brown colored plugs"
SOOOO TRUE
Yeah...unless of course you fit brand new plugs and do a proper plug chop, which Ive elaborated on before and am not going to again.
and yeah you still wont get anything like the shading when we had lead , toluene etc in fuel,
before we had to be protected from ourselves.

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Neither do I with mine, bought my 2010 in late 2013 with 14,400kms on it.
Was solo and stock save for Freedom Performance Slash pipes and the paint.
The paint? Yeah evidently the 2010 Vegas never came out metallic blue.
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My 2010 Vegas is metallic blue, original paint...
got a pic that shows the colour good?....Ive redone mine in Raven Blue much darker, almost black till the sunlight hits it.

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