Question about 2003 Victory Vegas
Replacing throttle cable on my victory vegas
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is the speedo sensor on the drive pully on the right side of your tranny box. If you look down in the pully area you will see a small little black cylinder abut 1 inch long. Take a metic socket loosen and remove. Brand new one is around $49 i think.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
You get a crescent wrench and a standard screw driver. Hold the nut underneath and use the screw driver to take the bolt out. Then you take that broken clutch lever to a dealer .. purchase one just like it and reverse the steps. It's QUITE easy.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
the bike only has 2 locks?
Just get a set of locks and keys - maybe from breakers yard or ebay,
cheaper than dealership or locksmith... and just as effective, but you have to fit the locks yourself.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
SOURCE: How do I replace the
First things first
Probably your cable broke at the clutch handle as mine did so it makes the job a little easier.
Remove the side cover over the battery box.
Slide the old cable out of the sheath and remove the ½ in nut from the cable mount below the battery. You will not need this nut again as it comes on the new cable if it’s a victory cable
Remove the side cover from the fuse block side of the bike.
Behind and to the front about a half inch you will see a cable bracket with a 10mm nut.
Remove this nut and set it where you will not lose it, You will need it
Remove the seat and set the bolts aside.
Place a protector cloth or whatever you have to not allow the front of the tank to hit the forks.
Remove the rear fuel tank bolt.
Lift the tank and block it with something that will hold it up at least 2 inches.
I used a 3 in stud with nuts on both ends and washers in the hole the tank bolt was in.
You can completely remove the tank if you like but I used a shortcut.
Take a 3 foot piece of shrink tube and shrink one end on the old cable after you place it on the end of the cable. (most hobby electrical supplies have this)
Spray wd40 on the outside of the cable and slide it out from the rear of the tank with the shrink tube in place until the shrink tube is out at least a foot on both ends.
Cut the shrink tube after you get it this far beyond where it is not heated.
Place the new cable in the shrink tube and shrink it again over just the end of the sheath.
Lube it with wd40 for about a foot of the cable and slide it back the same path the old cable was removed using the shrink tube on the other end to guide it.
Now remove the nut on the bottom of the clutch handle and slide the handle out, careful of the spacers on the top and bottom of the handle.
You will see a barrel connector for the end of the cable still in the handle slide it out and remove the broken cable end.
Clean it and apply whatever grease you chose before reinstalling it on the new cable.
(I used synthetic brake caliper lube as it is more resistant to washing out)
Install the lower end of the cable and tighten the retaining nut on the lower bracket.
This nut is the only difficult part of this job. I used a crowsfoot socket to tighten it
Make sure your adjuster is all the way in on the cable behind the rear cylinder head before you go any further.
Reinstall the retainer bracket you should have removed from the old cable with the 10mm nut.
Install the cable in the handle and slide it in the clutch perch on the handle bars with the spacers on the top and bottom and put the bolt in and tighten the nut.
Remove the support for the tank and reinstall the bolt.
Adjust the clutch cable until you have 1/16 to 3/32 in play at the handle and tighten the adjusters.
Reinstall the seat and side covers and ride the bike to allow the cable to seat and check the adjustment.
It easy and it only took me about a hour for the whole job
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
Click this link below and go through exact procedure to replace seals and removing fork tubes on victory Vegas. ----- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/06/how-to-remove-fork-seal-on-victory.html ---------- This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Jun 08, 2011
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