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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-09-2014, 03:22 PM Thread Starter
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Bought an 09 Victory Vision Tour Premium with only 1,000 miles. I recently was in an accident with my 99 Valkyrie Interstate and was not really looking for a new ride, but _ happens.

Have everything I wanted on this except a CB radio. I found it is nearly impossible to get one for an 09. They are not in stock anymore and the manufacturer is not making them. Victory went for a new model in 10. Seems the 09 and maybe 08 had problems and the 10 model is not compatible. Go figure!

I decided it was easier to go bluetooth and bought a Scalia Rider G9. Will not have CB, but it had passenger Comms and an FM radio built in.

Will post a picture and add a signature line as soon as it's an option for me.

Found a lot of useful info on this forum already.

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Welcome aboard , glad your in one piece , 09 with 1K , sounds like a great find !

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Welcome from Oak Grove Oregon. Hope you love your Vic as much as I do. Switched from Yamaha Royal Star Venture to 2013 XCT. The best bike I've ever ridden.


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Hope to see you out there when the Rain Festival is over next July. Congrats and welcome.

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Will be out there as soon as I get my heated gear wired. Don't want to use the aux outlets. Gonna connect directly to battery.
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From the Midwest to the Northwest...Welcolm to the forum.

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Will be out there as soon as I get my heated gear wired. Don't want to use the aux outlets. Gonna connect directly to battery.
Forget the heated gear and the wires that go along with it. I've been there, done that for over 30 years, then I discovered that a heated saddle is far more effective and a helluva lot more convenient. Just flick the switch. You're not far from Rich's Custom Saddles. There might be a closer source if you can't do it yourself. There's a wire under your saddle just waiting to be hooked up.

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