$155 an hour at daytona indian which use to be a Victory dealer once upon a time. But about 8 hour of shop time, I might as well set it on fire.
Digital wrench still works it's the dealer labor that is the issue. Supposedly some high end OBD code readers can read codes off the bikes from what I've seen in old posts.I have to say this is a nagging fear in the back of my mind that a failure I can't find takes the bike off the road and pretty much makes it worthless. No Victory support with the Digital Wrench around and a dwindling supply of critical parts. I don't think about it often and it totally goes away when I get on the bike and still smile every time. Oh well. Life goes on.
Let's not derail his thread with it. It's flashing display with the key off after riding.@IndyVictory Might it just be your radio is drawing more power than available? A weakened regulator or battery may not be able to provide enough power when rpm's are low. Stop and go traffic would cause problems that wouldn't be noticeable at higher rpm riding like on the highway. At low rpm's you'd be draining the battery then possibly not running at higher output long enough to recharge the battery. Easy stuff to check with a meter.