I don't think so fireman, you've had the stage one reflash haven't you?
Mine ran good with just that.
It was when I got the much better airflow in from the Ness filter and saw how lean it was on the spark plugs that I got the PCV and dyno tune the next day.
have you got your O2's disconnected too that richens it a bit too I hear
My '11XC is pretty much stock except for just a tad of work on the stock mufflers. I've had the Vic a/f, PCV5 with A/T, etc on my bike. Most of the difference I could tell was in my wallet. But the timing wheel is the real deal. It's not that it makes the bike faster, etc, but that it just runs smoother, cooler, and better all-around. Best bang-for-the-buck going.
I'm not exactly sure Motorbikerx. I am currently in Afghanistan and just bought the bike and have it waiting on me. All I really know as of now is that it is a 2008 with 4,000 miles and the stage 1 kit. I guess I'll have to spend some time going over things when I get back. I'm already wanting to make upgrades. Lol
Hi all, thought I share a bit of info and hopefully some pics about my custom build here in England
over here Victorys are pretty rare in comparison to a lot of bikes
to me that seemed like a perfect choice of engine for a custom chop build
as far as Im aware it is currently the only vic 106...
I have been doing quit a bit of riding but for the last month or so I have had a loud clunking like rattle from the rear of the bike every time I hit a bump or rough road. As hard as I tried, I could not find the source of the noise.
The other day I worked on the rear brake caliper, thinking it...
This is an odd one. I have a 2014 victory vision in the shop and the ignition is always on so the only way to kill the engine is to use the stop switch. Is this an ignition switch problem or something else.
I am guessing this is one of those "never seen this before" deals