+1 on everything MH1 posted.I've been looking at buying a V92TC. A few negative things I've read about them are running out of gas due to a faulty gauge, some transmission problems, odd error codes, etc. Is there a certain year these bugs were worked out? Thanks.
Any issues with the 100 cubic inch upgrade? I've found two of them for sale and they both seemed to be priced comparably low. It made me a little suspicious.All TC's have 5 speed 92 C.I. Freedom engines-some were upgraded with 100 C.I. kits-they were both introduced the same year-2002 with 2006 being the last year of the TC's.
May simply need some tuning or regroup using current knowledge to get the 100ci up to speed. Would need bike specifics to better answer your question to their priceAny issues with the 100 cubic inch upgrade? I've found two of them for sale and they both seemed to be priced comparably low. It made me a little suspicious.
If it's clean, you'll have a bike that will last for at least another 100K. I have a JP [my first vic] getting a new tire at the dealer and saw a '04 TC that someone traded in for a Vision a couple of years ago. Paid $7,000. It's my main grocery getter, more passenger leg room than a x-bike. No mechanical problems, it just keeps running. I want a new bagger, but the TC runs so damn good [can we say damn on this blog?] I am going to keep it until it, or I die. My bet is the bike will out live me.
Not too high but upper end, not to low for this time of year I don't think either. Still alot of riding time left. I bought my 04 for 5500 and split the rear tire with the seller considering the deal a steal. he wanted to get rid of it due to another purchase which he may regret by now.. +1 negotiating room left but I think these bikes are comin back. Im with SofaKing on the TC. I love this bike and while I also two time on her with the Vision, I forsee keeping the TC for some time with a bigbore going in one of these days to increase the play time. I have and continue to jump on the TC worry free, ride balls to the wall and get 38-40 mpg while slaming the throttle or just cruising. I don't think you can go wrong. Retro is in anyway.. hehehe
I just picked mine up in May with 25k miles. Needed a throttle body boot, oil change, etc. Love it! Nothing like an old school. As others have stated, it handles like a buffalo at slow speeds and is made for comfort on the open road. Its a canvas just waiting to be customized.
I've put apehangers on all the V-twins I've had and I probably will to this one. How much longer did you have to go on the cables?I have a 99 that I converted to a TC and I love the ride. So many things you can do to it. Here is a few pictures. I don't think you would ever regret it.