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Hello all! Last week I picked up my Victory Cross Country Tour. Love the bike and have been riding the crap out of it. Hopefully there are other Victory owners living here in Southern Oregon. Would be nice to have some local riders here to exchange ideas with. Anyway, glad to be on-board and look forward to many interesting exchanges!

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Welcome from CT! Love that paint scheme.
TIP: If you get the 'mod bug' (who doesn't?) take a look-see at PaulJP's videos (link in his sig).
 

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Welcome from CT! Love that paint scheme.
TIP: If you get the 'mod bug' (who doesn't?) take a look-see at PaulJP's videos (link in his sig).
LOL! Yeah, I've already found PaulJP's videos. In fact, last night, I unplugged my two O2 sensors following each step on his video. I never really trusted the mod until he explained the reasoning behind it. Today was the first time I rode with the two disconnected and I've had no issues so I'm probably gonna tape them up like I was gonna smuggle drugs or something; no need for them anymore. I've ordered the Lloyds timing wheel and have already familiarized myself with the process and new torque specs with Paul's vids. I really wanna lower my bike but this weekend I took my son up the hill a little and on the way down we scraped the chrome bag protectors twice. Eh, probably need more air in the shock with the extra weight and trunk on. I'll also be upgrading the headlight and windscreen hopefully before I take a trip to the coast.

Anyway... thanks for welcoming me! Glad to be here and hope to learn lots!
 
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