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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-10-2012, 09:04 PM Thread Starter
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Been searching for almost a year and finally found what I've been looking for. She's an '02 with less than 14k miles. Got in a hundred mile ride to get her home and loved it. Unfortunately, they're predicting rain for most of the week -- but that won't last forever.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-10-2012, 11:57 PM
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Nice looking ride MH1, I really like the two tone blue! (not as much as the solar red though.. .lol... ) Predicting rain? 30% or less, hit the road! JK, get the feel of her first.
You will be suprised after a couple 1000 miles how well balanced that TC is and rain is no match for it! (soft lowers sure help though)

There have been quite a few TC purchases around here in the past few weeks so post if you have a question or need something. Plenty of mods you can do to personalize it. Again congrats and safe riding!!!

Dont forget to update your bike and location if you get a chance so folks know where your at and what bike you got for quicker replies!

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Nice bike, I really love those TC's. I have a V92C, but would Love to have a V92TC. I could not pass up the price on the V92C though. Got it for a steal!!

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I have to say, this forum has been a GREAT help! I spent months just lurking and learning the pros and cons of the various Victory models. Then when I got serious about buying, I signed on and had several questions answered while I was looking at specific bikes for sale. Saved me from some bad choices!!!

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Welcome, I've only had my TC for just over a month and 2500 miles and I love it, powerful and smooth at the same time.

You wont be disappointed in yours if it's been taken care of and you get use to the sound of the engine lol.

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Looking forward to accumulating miles. You're right about getting used to the noises. Quite different from my Vulcan. But those whines and smacks just say serious business.

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I really need to take one of the older TC's for a ride. I'm on my second v92c and am very partial to them, but I'm thinking about swapping to the tc just for the freedom motor. I've heard the handle different than the standard cruiser, and the handling is what sold me on Vic in the first place.
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I really need to take one of the older TC's for a ride. I'm on my second v92c and am very partial to them, but I'm thinking about swapping to the tc just for the freedom motor. I've heard the handle different than the standard cruiser, and the handling is what sold me on Vic in the first place.
They handle fine I went from a smaller Vulcan to a TC and the TC actually handles better. When I'm not working and don't really have any place to go I'll just ride in circles around town the TC does fine.

I got to ride some newer bikes at our dealers demo a XC, vision, and a judge I liked them all my next bike will most likely be a XR XC or Hard Ball but I'm not disappointed or in a great big hurry to trade in my TC yet I love that bike.

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