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2008 Victory Vision transmision "rattles" in 4th and 6th.

This noise comes on when oil is at 200F. Also shifting gets somewhat "crunchy" and loud and clunky esp. down shifting. The bike has 6000 miles on it and oil & filter have been changed as per manual.

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Someone already mentioned to make sure you use Victory Oil & Filter. As for the noisy ******, yes that is what that year (2008-2009) trannys sound like in the Visions. (Sounds like one of my old Harley trannys)They have a new ****** for the 2010 up Visions; real smooth & quiet! As a point of additional info: watch the front gear-shift linkage for breakage at the point where it comes out of the front pivot point at the foot board mount closest to the engine!

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Are you using the Victory specified oil and filter?

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