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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-09-2013, 09:05 PM Thread Starter
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Yeah, just got a low mileage 2007 Vegas. What a great bike. Too bad the fuel pump failed after the 3rd tank of gas. Thanks for the information posted in this forum for helping me remove the pump and getting it repaired.
I removed regulator and found both o rings shot. I went to Napa and found replacements from a car fuel regulator. I was sure I was going to have it fixed for less than $2, but still only putting out 30 psi.
Bummer, now it will cost hundreds. Well, I tried.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-09-2013, 09:50 PM
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Default Good luck Ernie

And welcome from a fellow Zonie, where in AZ are you?

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Welcome from a Scottsdale Victory owner

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Get ahold of a Rylan Vos.He is a member here. He also owns a shop that works on and builds Victory's. He rebuilds the fuel pumps. It is a lot less expensive.Try this link

http://thevicshop.com/

And Welcome to the forum.

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Thank you for the warm welcome and the fuel pump repair lead. He must have a great reputation, as Arizona Victory suggested him when I went there looking for a replacement.

Love the bike. Funny, it's so smooth and powerful that I rode it 2 days to work before I realized that I hadn't even used the 6th gear yet..

Anyone have stock pegs they want to trade for scar inducing smooth spikes?

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