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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-08-2017, 02:54 PM Thread Starter
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Hi there! I'm a new user of Victory 92TC deluxe, 2002, pearl-champagne painted, K&N filtered and exchaust extracted by previous owner, 9000 miles on display. Rather rare motorcycle in Poland where japan bikes and some Harleys and BMWs rules on roads. But I always want something diff, something big, fat, low, and finally customized :-) So I plan in a future to change a little or more couple elements. Strip the bike to ride only on engine with bolt on only necesary things, with lowered sitting place (most complicated modification I think), black mat painted probably. So again, hello all! Take care on roads!
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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-08-2017, 04:57 PM
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WITAJ PRZYJACIELU!
Your English is excellent. What city do you live in? I am part Polish and was in your country 2 years ago and fell in love with it. Except for Auschwitz. Saw a lot of motorcycles while there, especially in the southwest mountain part. Two more posts and you can post photos of your bike and I hope you will.

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Welcome to the forum from Canada Elmvale ON....

Ride safe and enjoy your victory!!

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Howdy from Texas!

9000 miles on an 02 is unreal. I just never understand buying a bike and not riding it. But it could be a good thing because that means I'll be able to find Vics for years to come.

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Past Vic - 07 KP Tour - Stage 1, S&S Intake
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Yes, it seems unreal. But motorcycle stay not touched last three or more years in garage after some minor accident. Due to moisture in garage (I guess) chromes are in bad condition, it's scaly. I noticed practically no wear on other parts; seat, front suspension surfaces, paint, tires are old but looks like new ones. So maybe mileage is authentic
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The tires will have a date on them so you can know how old they are. Just because they look good doesn't mean a thing. They can still be hard and ready to fail. They should probably be replaced for your safety.
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Yes, right, I plan to replace them.
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Leszek....Please bleed out all the old brake fluid and put in new. Brake fluid absorbs the moisture in the air and that lowers its boiling point as well as causing corrosion in the calipers.
I love Karkow. When we were there, there was a live stage show in the town square - a Cuban group playing some great, feel good music. Made me want to dance and I did!
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Welcome

if you don't have a service manual find one here and download to your computer

https://www.mediafire.com/folder/aoq...ictory_Manuals
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Thank you, I got it!
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