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Missing 2500 RPM

I have a stock Victory V92CD 2001, when riding around 2500 rpm it acts like it wants to fall on its face, this is at any gear. I can't notice it when I'm throttling through the 2500 range, Just when holding the rpm around 2500 rpm. I'm thinking Something with the TPS but I have no clue how to test for it. I have a shop manuel .

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  • shorne21 Jan 03, 2009

    The only change from stock is a K&N air filter, but is was doing this before I changed the filter. thanks for reply.

  • jewell962 Jan 23, 2009

    victory motorcycles have never been " carbed ", they started in 1998 and are throttle-body injected.I run a ' 99 v92c. You have to take the tank off to remove the air filter or see into the throttle body, and those tank set-ups ain't something you wanna' just pull and put back on too many times.they're a major pain!! so it's all but imposable to spray any cleaner in the intake while it's running. i've been told by a vic' mechanic that the problem is most likely a dirty throttle body.

  • freeburgv92c Mar 21, 2009

    i have the same problem. but have already pulled the air box cleaned the butterflys. Replaced the tps. kinda has erattic idle then smooth idle, mid range bucks kicks sputters, wide open runs fine. put new spark plugs in when cleaned the throttle body nothing seems to improve or make any differance. mine is a 2000 v92c.

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    bike wont exceed 4 thousand RPM falls on its face after that, at full throttle only bouncing RPM at around 3 thousand. bought new fuel pump but need to know OEM pump pressure so i can order the correct one and not have this issue again.

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In the shop manual they should give the specs on the volts that the TPS operates at.  You will need a volt/ohm meter to test it. when was the last time you changed the fuel filter?   Have you done any mods to the intake or exhaust on the bike?

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  • nickels428 Jan 03, 2009

    Have you ever cleaned your carb with Gum Out or other product?  If not I would suggest doing that.  I prefer Deep Creep found at most auto parts stores, then following up with Sea Foam in the tank.  I suggest this because it is a very cheap fix if your carb is dirty, which could be your problem here.  The next step would be in the jetting, but you didn't make that big of a change in the air flow to the carb to really warrant re-jetting.

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