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I'm glad that you guys have forum for Victory biker. I have 2000 v92sc. Having trouble with it stalling from time to time...

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Question 2000 v92sc - jerking periodically and sometime backfire

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I bought my bike last fall and it has only approximately 20k miles (thanks to odometer being reset).... I don't know if it has problem before since the clutch cable broke before I got the chance to ride it. After replacing the clutch cable (including removing gas tank and putting it back on), my bike has trouble with jerking periodically..It felt more of like trouble with oxygen and gas mixture. Sometime it would run smoothly. Other time, it would jerk or backfire.
I took it to the Victory dealer nearby and they tried to fixed it. They basically told me that it's common problem with any bike before 2002 and there's nothing we can do about it but to sell it.

Any suggestion I can do?

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Hi,
I bought my bike last fall and it has only approximately 20k miles (thanks to odometer being reset).... I don't know if it has problem before since the clutch cable broke before I got the chance to ride it. After replacing the clutch cable (including removing gas tank and putting it back on), my bike has trouble with jerking periodically..It felt more of like trouble with oxygen and gas mixture. Sometime it would run smoothly. Other time, it would jerk or backfire.
I took it to the Victory dealer nearby and they tried to fixed it. They basically told me that it's common problem with any bike before 2002 and there's nothing we can do about it but to sell it.

Any suggestion I can do?

Matt
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Sounds like you might have a air leak. When running spray some cleaner up around the throttle body and see if the idle changes. If it does you have a air leak

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How old is your battery are your cables tight

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Does the Hammer engine have those vacuum caps on the right of the throttle bodies like the Freedom 92 has I wonder. I would get that sputter before I found one of those vacuum caps cracked. I ask as you said you changed the clutch cable and on the freedom engine those vacuum ports about about 2" away from the routing of my clutch cable (04 TC) right about at the mid cable adjustment point.

You should be able to see up in there without pulling the tank, one on each TB, facing rear, about 1" long above and behind the clutch cable adjustment if in fact the Hammer engine has those ports. I can post a pic of mine to see if it's similar, sorry that I am not familiar with the SC configuration. Im with Crossroads and Vissionjohnny, Vacuum leak. I don't buy into the we can't fix it, sell it at all.

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The dealer did clean the throttle body. So, that part has already taken care of.
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Sounds like you might have a air leak. When running spray some cleaner up around the throttle body and see if the idle changes. If it does you have a air leak
Air leak on 2000 v92sc? what kind of spray are you talking about? I'm novice when it comes to repairing bike.. Where is the throttle body locate at? Underneath the tank?

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Does the Hammer engine have those vacuum caps on the right of the throttle bodies like the Freedom 92 has I wonder. I would get that sputter before I found one of those vacuum caps cracked. I ask as you said you changed the clutch cable and on the freedom engine those vacuum ports about about 2" away from the routing of my clutch cable (04 TC) right about at the mid cable adjustment point.

You should be able to see up in there without pulling the tank, one on each TB, facing rear, about 1" long above and behind the clutch cable adjustment if in fact the Hammer engine has those ports. I can post a pic of mine to see if it's similar, sorry that I am not familiar with the SC configuration. Im with Crossroads and Vissionjohnny, Vacuum leak. I don't buy into the we can't fix it, sell it at all.
It's not Hammer... It's 2000 v92sc... I'm not sure where I can locate those vacuum caps.

I was disappointed to hear when they basically said they can't fix it.
So I agree with you about "we can't fix it , sell it"

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