Accuracy of Polaris/Victory Recall By VIN?
Hi everyone - As I stated in my intro post, I scored a 2001 V92C w/ 894 miles. Ran the VIN through the Victory Site and came up with the following info: So, if it says bulletin completed, then the dealer has a record of reparing the recall, correct? So, that brings me to the rear sprocket cushion drive, which according to my research is Victory's solution to the notoriously unreliable transmissions...correct? If so, does anyone have a picture of what the rear sprocket cushion drive repair looks like? That way, when I bring it to the dealer to get fixed, I know what to look for so the dealer can't just claim he repaired it but left it uncorrected? I hate to think the worst of dealers, but he's not making money occupying repair bays doing free recall/warranty work...
Bulletin Status Bulletin Information
Bulletin Completed V-01-03 - BRAKE ROTOR FASTENER REPLACMNT
Bulletin Completed V-01-05 - PRI DRIVE SPLIT GEAR REPACMENT
Bulletin Completed V-02-05 - FUEL PUMP REPLACEMENT
Bulletin Completed V-03-05 - UNEXPECTED SIDESTAND DEPLOYMNT
Review bulletin to see if it applies V-01-06 - BATTERY REPLACEMENT
Bulletin needs to be applied V-06-07 - REAR SPROCKET INSPECTION ONLY
Bulletin needs to be applied V-06-07A - REAR SPROCKET CUSHION DRIVE