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2002
V92TC DELUXE
V92TC

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    2002 V92TC DELUXE V92TC...

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    WARNING The engine exhaust from this product contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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    Product improvements or other changes may result in differences between this manual and the motorcycle. Polaris Industries reserves the right to make production changes at any time, without notice and without incurring any obligation to make the same or similar changes to motorcycles previously built.

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    Thank you for choosing a Victory Motorcycle! The Owner’s Manual contains information on the following Victory Motorcycles: V92TC Touring Cruiser V92TC Deluxe Touring Cruiser All photographs and illustrations used are generalizations, and your specific model may be slightly different than what is shown.

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    Foreword Your authorized Victory dealer will resolve all issues regarding the motorcycle. If you are unsatisfied with the performance of your Victory dealer, contact Polaris Customer Service at 763- -417- -8650. Victory motorcycles comply with all federal, state, and local safety and emission regulations for the area of intended sale.

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction ..... Reporting Safety Defects ....Read the Owner’s Manual .

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    Table of Contents Headlamp High Beam Indicator ..Throttle Control Grip ....Multi--Function Display (MFD) Mode Multi- -Function Display (MFD) .

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    Table of Contents Check Evaporative Emission Control Check Fasteners ..... . System (California model only) ..Tires .

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    Table of Contents Check Drive Belt Tension ....Adjust Throttle Freeplay ....Clutch .

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    Table of Contents Check Wheel Spokes ....Waxing, Polishing, and Applying Protectants (Items Other Than Check or Replace Spark Plugs ..Windshields) .

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    Table of Contents III. Limited Liability ....IV. Legal Rights ..... . . V.

  • Page 15: Introduction

    Introduction Read the Owner’s Manual The Owner’s Manual contains information that is essential to safe riding and proper maintenance of all 2002 Victory motorcycles. Anyone who uses the motorcycle (Operators and Passengers) must read the Owner’s Manual before riding. Carefully read and understand the information found in the ”Safety Precautions” section.

  • Page 16: Symbols And Terms Used In The Owner's Manual

    Introduction Symbols and Terms Used in the Owner’s Manual The following signal words and symbols appear in the Owner’s Manual. Your safety, and the safety of others are involved when these words and symbols are used. Become familiar with their meanings before reading the Owner’s Manual.

  • Page 17: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions WARNING Improper use of this motorcycle can result in serious injury or death. To minimize the risk of injury to you, your passenger, and others, read and understand the information contained in this section before operating the motorcycle. This section contains safety information specific to the Polaris Victory, as well as information about general motorcycle safety.

  • Page 18: Safe Riding

    Safety Precautions Pay close attention to the motorcycle maintenance requirements in this Manual. For additional information or assistance regarding technical service specified in the Owner’s Manual or required by mechanical circumstances, see the Victory Service Manual or your authorized Victory Dealer. Safe Riding Design Characteristics The following design characteristics affect how you should ride the Victory motorcycle:...

  • Page 19: Safe Riding Practices

    Safety Precautions Safe Riding Practices Follow these general safe riding practices: Before you ride, make sure you can operate the motorcycle safely and properly by following the recommendations given at the beginning of the Safety Precautions section on page 3. Each time you ride, make the checks described in the Pre- -Operation Check section.

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    Safety Precautions Safe Riding Practices (continued) The most common cause of accidents involving a motorcycle and an automobile is the automobile driver’s failure to see the motorcycle. Ride defensively, as if you are invisible to other motorists, even in broad daylight. Ride where you are visible to other motorists and observe their behavior carefully, as they may not see or be aware of you.

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    Safety Precautions Safe Riding Practices (continued) If in doubt, reduce your speed when: - - The weather is windy, raining, or otherwise causing slippery or rapidly changing conditions. - - The traffic is heavy, congested, not allowing sufficient space between vehicles, or otherwise not flowing smoothly.

  • Page 22: Carrying A Passenger

    Safety Precautions Safe Riding Practices (continued) Ground clearance is reduced when you lean the motorcycle. Do not allow components to contact the road surface when leaning the motorcycle in a curve, as this could cause you to lose control of the motorcycle. Retract the sidestand fully before riding.

  • Page 23: Protective Apparel

    Safety Precautions Carrying a Passenger (continued) Adjust your riding style to compensate for the differences in handling, acceleration, and braking caused by the additional weight of the passenger. Failure to do so can cause you to lose control of the motorcycle.

  • Page 24: Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (gvwr)

    Safety Precautions Protective Apparel (continued) Wear heavy boots and pants to prevent or reduce abrasions, lacerations, or burns that you can suffer if you fall. Wear boots with low heels because boots with high heels can catch on pedals or footrests. The combination of your boots and pants should completely cover your legs, ankles, and feet, protecting you from engine and exhaust system heat.

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    Safety Precautions Example 1: V92TC Touring Cruiser with no cargo Gross Vehicle Weight Rating 1210 lbs (549 kg) Item Weight Touring Cruiser - with full capacity of all fluids 759 lbs (344 kg) Operator - with recommended riding apparel 220 lbs (100 kg)

  • Page 26: Loading

    Safety Precautions Loading Use the following guidelines when attaching cargo or accessories to the motorcycle. Where applicable, these guidelines refer to accessories and their contents. Keep cargo and accessory weight to a minimum, and keep it as close to the motorcycle as possible, to minimize a change in the motorcycle’s center of gravity.

  • Page 27: Saddlebags

    Safety Precautions Saddlebags Saddlebags are included with some Victory models. Use the following guidelines when operating a motorcycle with saddlebags installed. Never ride a motorcycle with saddlebags above 80 mph (120 km/h). Depending on load and weather conditions, the maximum safe operating speed may be less than 80 mph (120 km/h). Saddlebags can make the motorcycle unstable due to the lifting or buffeting effects of wind and can cause you to lose control of the motorcycle.

  • Page 28: Parking

    Safety Precautions Parking For complete parking procedures, see “Parking” page 67. When leaving the motorcycle unattended, turn the engine off, engage the steering lock, and take the ignition key with you. The engine and exhaust system are very hot after the engine has been running. Therefore, park the motorcycle where people are not likely to touch the engine or exhaust system or place combustible materials in close proximity to these hot areas.

  • Page 29: Product Modifications

    Safety Precautions Product Modifications Modifying the motorcycle by removing any equipment or adding equipment not approved by Victory may void your warranty. Such modifications may also make the motorcycle unsafe to ride and could severely injure you or others or damage the motorcycle. Some modifications may be illegal in some states. If in doubt, contact your authorized Victory Dealer.

  • Page 30: Gasoline And Exhaust Gases

    Safety Precautions Selecting and Installing Accessories (continued) Do not install electrical accessories that exceed the capacity of the motorcycle’s electrical system. An electrical failure could result and cause hazardous loss of engine power or lights, or damage to the electrical system. If you want to add a windshield, backrest, or luggage rack, choose one designed and approved by Victory specifically for your model, and follow the instructions for proper installation and use.

  • Page 31: Maintenance

    Safety Precautions Gasoline and Exhaust Gases (continued) Gasoline and gasoline vapors are poisonous and can cause severe injury. Do not swallow gasoline, inhale gasoline vapors, or spill gasoline on yourself or your clothes. If you swallow gasoline, inhale more than a few breaths of gasoline vapor, or get gasoline in your eyes, see a physician immediately.

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    Safety Precautions see the Victory Service Manual or your authorized Victory Dealer for tire replacement. Operating the motorcycle with improper tire pressure or tread condition, or improper wheel or tire balance, can make the motorcycle hard to handle and cause you to lose control of the motorcycle. Check proper steering head bearing adjustment.

  • Page 33: Location Of Safety And Vehicle Information Labels

    Safety Precautions Location of Safety and Vehicle Information Labels (49 state models only) (California models only) (Deluxe Touring Cruiser Left Side Shown)

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    Safety Precautions Location of Safety and Vehicle Information Labels (continued) (inside saddlebag) (Deluxe Touring Cruiser only) (Deluxe Touring Cruiser Left Side Shown)

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    Safety Precautions Location of Safety and Vehicle Information Labels (continued) (under seat) (under side cover) (on left crankcase half) Engine Identification Number Label (Deluxe Touring Cruiser Right Side Shown)

  • Page 36: Reporting Safety Defects

    However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual problems between you, your dealer, or Polaris Industries. To contact NHTSA, or obtain other information about motor vehicle safety, you may either call the Auto Safety Hotline toll- -free at 1- -800- -424- -9393, visit the NHTSA website at www.nhtsa.dot.gov, or write to:...

  • Page 37: Motorcycle Description

    Motorcycle Description Use the following information to identify and locate the major components of the Victory motorcycle. Information on vehicle and engine identification numbers, model number, and the ignition key number is also provided. For All Models (Standard Cruiser Operator’s View Shown) 1.

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    Motorcycle Description (Deluxe Touring Cruiser Left Side Shown) 1. Front Forks - page 85 7. Side Cover - page 43 14.Passenger’s Foot Rest 2. Front Turn Signal/Running Light - 8. Battery (under side cover) - page 105 15.Oil Filter - page 74 page 38 9.

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    Motorcycle Description (Deluxe Touring Cruiser Left Side Shown) 1. Auxiliary Lights - page 110 2. Auxiliary Lights Switch - page 42 3. Lockable Hard Saddlebags - page 42 4. Exhaust Muffler (2) - page 103...

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    Motorcycle Description (Deluxe Touring Cruiser Right Side Shown) 1. Seat Strap 8. Front Turn Signal/Running Light - 14.Drive Sprocket (under cover) - page 77 page 38 2. Drive Belt (under guard) - page 77 15.Rear Brake Fluid Reservoir 9. Front Fork - page 85 (under side cover) - page 96 3.

  • Page 41: Vehicle Identification Number

    Motorcycle Description Vehicle Identification Number The vehicle identification number (VIN) is stamped into the front of the steering head and also appears on the certification label. You will need the vehicle identification number to title, register, license, or insure the motorcycle, or to order replacement parts.

  • Page 42: Ignition Key Number

    Motorcycle Description Ignition Key Number The ignition key identification number is stamped into the shaft of each key. With the ignition key number and proof of ownership, an authorized Victory dealer can assist you in obtaining a replacement key (have your dealer reference Voice of Victory April/May 2001). For easy reference, record all vehicle numbers in the space provided on page 140.

  • Page 43: Instruments And Controls

    Instruments and Controls Ignition Key The ignition key operates the steering lock, the ignition switch, and the saddlebag lock on models equipped with hard saddlebags. Steering Lock The motorcycle is equipped with a steering lock to deter others from moving or using the motorcycle. The steering lock is on the right side of the steering head.

  • Page 44: Ignition Switch

    Instruments and Controls Ignition Switch The ignition switch energizes the ignition, the lighting system, and all electrical switches and buttons. Off Position In the Off position, all electrical circuits are inactive and the ignition key can be removed. Turn the ignition switch to the Off position and remove the ignition key when leaving the motorcycle unattended.

  • Page 45: P (park) Position

    Instruments and Controls P (Park) Position In the Park position, the taillight and running lights illuminate, the emergency flashers can be activated, and the ignition key can be removed. You must push the ignition key into the switch while selecting the Park position.

  • Page 46: Indicator Lights

    Instruments and Controls Indicator Lights Low Oil Pressure Indicator illuminates when engine oil pressure drops below safe operating pressure. If this indicator illuminates while the engine is running, turn the engine off immediately and check the oil level. Add oil if necessary.

  • Page 47: Headlamp High Beam Indicator

    Instruments and Controls If a turn signal bulb has failed, or if there is a short circuit in the turn signal system, the turn signal indicator flashes at more than twice the normal rate. Headlamp High Beam Indicator illuminates when the headlamp switch is set to high beam (see page 38). Multi- -Function Display (MFD) Use the MFD to view the odometer, the trip odometer, the clock, the fuel gauge, the voltmeter, the instrument cluster light dimmer, the headlamp high beam indicator light dimmer, and the check engine indicator.

  • Page 48: Clock

    Instruments and Controls To reset the trip odometer, the ignition switch must be in the On position with the MFD in trip odometer mode. Press and hold the MFD Set button for 3 seconds. To change to the next MFD function, press the MFD Mode button. Clock A clock icon appears as part of the display when in clock mode.

  • Page 49: Instrument Cluster Light Dimmer

    Instruments and Controls Instrument Cluster Light Dimmer “DIM” appears as part of the display when in instrument cluster light dimmer mode. To change the intensity of the instrument cluster light, press the MFD Set button to select from six (6) intensity levels. The engine does not need to be running to change the light intensity.

  • Page 50: Check Engine Indicator

    Instruments and Controls Check Engine Indicator The check engine indicator will flash “CH ENG” any time the the ignition switch is in the On position and the Engine Control Module sensors report abnormal sensor or engine operation. The check engine indicator will continue to flash as long as the fault condition exists.

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    Instruments and Controls DEFAULT ODOMETER TRIP ODOMETER CLOCK SET 3 Sec SET 3 Sec SET 3 Sec FLASHING FLASHING FLASHING METRIC/ RESET TRIP HOURS DIGIT TEN--MINUTE DIGIT MINUTES DIGET ENGLISH ODOMETER INCREASE INCREASE INCREASE VALUE VALUE VALUE ALTERNATOR/ BACK LIGHTING HIGH BEAM DIMMER FUEL BATTERY...

  • Page 52: Left Side Handlebar Controls

    Instruments and Controls Left Side Handlebar Controls Fast Idle Lever The fast idle lever increases the engine idle speed when starting a cold engine (see page 60). To engage the fast idle lever, move the lever toward the rear of the motorcycle until the lever stops. Headlamp High/Low Beam Switch The headlamp high/low beam switch toggles the headlamp between high beam, low beam, and...

  • Page 53: Clutch Lever

    Instruments and Controls Clutch Lever To disengage the clutch, pull the clutch lever toward the handlebar. To engage the clutch, gradually release the clutch lever. For smooth clutch operation, pull the lever quickly and release it gradually. The motorcycle is equipped with a clutch interlock switch that prevents the engine from starting Notice when the transmission is in gear and the clutch is engaged (see page 62).

  • Page 54: Emergency Flasher Switch

    Instruments and Controls Emergency Flasher Switch The emergency flasher switch activates and cancels the emergency flashers. When the emergency flashers are active, all of the turn signals flash. To activate the emergency flashers, slide the switch to the left; to cancel the flashers, slide the switch to the right. Starter Button To engage the engine starter motor, press the right side of the starter button.

  • Page 55: Gear Shift Pedal

    Instruments and Controls Gear Shift Pedal The gear shift pedal is located on the left side of the motorcycle. To shift to a lower gear, press down on the front of the gear shift pedal. To shift to a higher gear, press down on the rear, or lift up on the front, of the gear shift pedal.

  • Page 56: Auxiliary Light Switch

    Instruments and Controls Auxiliary Light Switch A toggle switch located underneath the left side of the upper triple clamp controls both auxiliary lights. The auxiliary lights operate only when the headlight is set to Low Beam. The auxiliary lights extinguish automatically when the headlight is set to High Beam.

  • Page 57: Side Covers

    Instruments and Controls Side Covers The motorcycle is equipped with 2 removable side covers. Remove the left side cover to access the battery, and remove the right side cover to access the fuses and the rear brake fluid reservoir. To remove either side cover, remove the operator’s seat (see page 104) and pull the lower corners of the side cover out and away from the motorcycle.

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    Instruments and Controls Notes:...

  • Page 59: Pre-operation Check

    Pre-Operation Check To keep your Victory motorcycle in good working order, make the checks described in this section before each ride. This is especially important before you make a long trip or when you remove the motorcycle from storage. You must be familiar with the Victory motorcycle instruments and controls to make these checks. You can find additional service information in the Maintenance section of the Owner’s Manual, in the Victory Service Manual, or from an authorized Victory dealer.

  • Page 60: Headlamp

    Pre-Operation Check Pressing the MFD Mode button should advance the MFD through the various functions (see page 33). Headlamp Check the headlamp to see that it is on. Set the headlamp switch to the high beam position. The headlamp brightness should increase and the headlamp high beam indicator in the instrument cluster should illuminate. Taillight With the ignition switch in the On position, the taillight and the license plate light should illuminate.

  • Page 61: Engine Stop/run Switch

    Pre- -Operation Check Engine Stop/Run Switch Be sure the engine stop/run switch stops the engine, or prevents the engine from starting when set to the Stop position. If you regularly use this switch to shut off the engine, you are already checking its operation each Notice time you use the motorcycle.

  • Page 62: Fuel

    Pre-Operation Check WARNING Do not operate the motorcycle with the oil level above the FULL mark or below the ADD mark. Operating the engine with too much or too little oil can cause serious engine damage or engine seizure, resulting in you losing control of the motorcycle. Fuel Check Fuel Level 1.

  • Page 63: Tires

    40 psi (275 kpa) REAR: Dunlop D417 - 160/80 B16 75H 36 psi (250 kpa) 41 psi (280 kpa) V92TC Deluxe Touring Cruiser (inner tubes required) Up to 200 lbs (91 kg) load 200--441 lbs (91--200 kg) load FRONT: Dunlop 491 Elite II - MT90 B16 71H...

  • Page 64: Check Tire Condition

    Pre-Operation Check Check Tire Condition Inspect the tire sidewalls, road contact surface, and tread base for cuts, punctures, and cracking. Replace damaged tires immediately (see your Victory Service Manual or an authorized Victory dealer). Check Tread Depth Raised areas at the base of the tread, known as wear bars; act as easily visible tread depth indicators.

  • Page 65: Check Front Brake Fluid Level

    Pre- -Operation Check Check Front Brake Fluid Level 1. To check the front brake fluid level, rest the motorcycle on the sidestand and on level ground. Turn the handlebars until the front brake fluid reservoir is level. 2. View the brake fluid through the sight glass. The fluid should be clear and at a level in or above the sight glass.

  • Page 66: Check Rear Brake Fluid Level

    Pre-Operation Check Check Rear Brake Fluid Level 1. To check the rear brake fluid level, remove the right side cover. Straddle the motorcycle and bring it to a vertical position. 2. View the brake fluid through the reservoir. The fluid should be clear and at a level between MIN and MAX.

  • Page 67: Check Throttle Control Grip And Cables

    Pre- -Operation Check Check Throttle Control Grip and Cables 1. Rotate the throttle control grip. It should rotate smoothly from its rest position to its completely open position and 1/8--1/4 inch back again. It should return to its rest position quickly (3--6 mm) when released.

  • Page 68: Check Fast Idle Lever

    Pre-Operation Check Check Fast Idle Lever 1. Move the fast idle lever. It should move smoothly from its rest position to its completely open position and back again 2. Fast idle lever freeplay - - the amount of lever movement from the rest position to the point of cable resistance - - should be 1/8- -1/4 inch (3- -6 mm).

  • Page 69: Check Steering

    Pre- -Operation Check Check Steering Straddle the motorcycle and bring it to a vertical position. Turn the handlebars from stop to stop. The action should be smooth but not loose or interfered with by wires, hoses, or control cables. Check Rear Suspension Proper rear suspension adjustment is essential for a safe and comfortable ride.

  • Page 70: Check Sidestand

    Pre-Operation Check Check Sidestand Straddle the motorcycle and bring it to a vertical position. Move the sidestand to its stored (up) position, then to its fully extended (down) position, and back again. It should move smoothly and quietly. When the sidestand is in its stored position, the sidestand return spring should hold the sidestand tightly against the motorcycle.

  • Page 71: Operation

    Operation This section describes how to operate the Victory motorcycle for best performance and longevity, including: Engine Break- -in Period Fueling And Fill Height Starting The Engine Shifting Gears Accelerating Braking Stopping The Engine Parking For safe operation and riding, see Safety Precautions, beginning on page 3. Engine Break- -in Period During the first 500 miles (800 kilometers), critical engine parts require special wear- -in procedures so they seat and mate properly.

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    Operation Engine Break- -in Period (continued) 0- -90 miles (0- -145 kilometers) - - Do not operate the motorcycle for extended periods of time at throttle positions above 1/3 throttle. Vary the engine speed of the motorcycle. Do not operate the motorcycle for extended periods of time at any one set throttle position.

  • Page 73: Fueling And Fill Height

    Operation Fueling and Fill Height Fuel the motorcycle with the sidestand down and on level ground. Use only the recommended fuel (see “Fuel Specifications” page 139). Fill the fuel tank to a level just below the bottom of the fuel filler insert. WARNING •...

  • Page 74: Starting The Engine

    Operation Starting the Engine The Victory motorcycle has a starter interlock system. The engine can be started only when the transmission is in neutral, or when the transmission is in gear and the clutch is disengaged. Follow these steps to start the motorcycle: 1.

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    Operation Starting the Engine (continued) 7. Leaving the throttle closed, press and hold the starter button until the engine starts. If the engine does not start within a few seconds after you press the starter button, release the button and wait several seconds. Then press and hold the starter button again. Hold the starter button for as short a time as possible to minimize battery drain, and do not push the starter button for more than 10 seconds at any one time.

  • Page 76: Shifting Gears

    Operation Shifting Gears WARNING The clutch must be fully disengaged (clutch lever pulled completely in toward the handlebars) before you attempt to shift gears. Forced shifting (shifting without the clutch disengaged) may damage the engine, transmission, and drive train, causing you to lose control of the motorcycle. The motorcycle is equipped with a five- -speed transmission.

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    Operation Shifting Gears (continued) To engage first gear, start the engine (see “Starting the Engine” page 60). With the engine at idle speed, engage the front brake (squeeze the brake lever) and disengage the clutch (squeeze the clutch lever). Push the shift pedal down until you feel it stop in first gear.

  • Page 78: Recommended Shift Points

    Operation Shifting Gears (continued) WARNING • Downshifting at a speed in excess of the recommended downshift point may severely damage the transmission or cause the rear wheel to lose traction. It could also result in engine damage from running at excessive rpm. Reduce speed before downshifting and do not downshift at a speed above that in the table of recommended shift points.

  • Page 79: Accelerating

    Operation Accelerating To accelerate, open the throttle (roll the throttle control grip toward you). For even acceleration, open the throttle with a smooth, continuous motion. When you reach the recommended speed for upshifting, shift up one gear according to the instructions in “Shifting Gears” page 62. The more quickly you open the throttle, the more quickly the motorcycle accelerates.

  • Page 80: Braking

    Operation Braking To slow the motorcycle with the brakes, close the throttle and apply the front and rear brakes evenly. As the motorcycle slows, either disengage the clutch or downshift each time your speed reaches a downshift point. Applying slightly more front brake than rear brake generally gives you the best braking performance. Do not apply the brakes so forcefully or quickly that either wheel stops rotating.

  • Page 81: Stopping The Engine

    Operation Stopping the Engine Before stopping the engine, bring the motorcycle to a complete stop either in neutral or with the clutch disengaged. Once the motorcycle is at a complete stop, if it is not already in neutral, shift into neutral. To stop the engine, set the engine stop/run switch to the Stop position, turn the ignition switch to the Off position, and remove the ignition key.

  • Page 82

    Operation Parking (continued) If you must park on a slope, point the motorcycle toward the top of the slope. Put the transmission in gear and park the motorcycle so that it is stable when it rests on the sidestand. If you must park on a soft surface, use a sidestand plate under the foot of the sidestand to provide a firm surface.

  • Page 83: Maintenance

    Maintenance This section includes information for maintaining your Victory motorcycle. It also includes recommended periodic maintenance intervals. “Periodic maintenance” means performing the regular service required to keep your motorcycle in top working condition. Regular service increases motorcycle durability, safety, and dependability, and provides greater riding pleasure.

  • Page 84: Initial Maintenance

    Maintenance Initial Maintenance Perform the initial maintenance after you’ve ridden your new motorcycle 500 miles (800 kilometers). This maintenance is one of the most important services your motorcycle requires and should be performed by an authorized Victory dealer. Initial maintenance includes servicing all adjustments, tightening all fasteners, and changing engine oil.

  • Page 85: Periodic Maintenance Interval Table

    Maintenance Periodic Maintenance Interval Table ODOMETER READING in MILES (KILOMETERS) Component (see operation codes below) Engine Oil* - page 74 Engine Oil Filter* - page 74 Air FIlter - page 76 Drive Sprocket and Sprocket Nut - page 77 Drive Belt - page 77 Rear Wheel Alignment - page 80 Rear Shock Absorber -...

  • Page 86

    Maintenance Periodic Maintenance Interval Table (continued) ODOMETER READING in MILES (KILOMETERS) Component (see operation codes below) Crankcase Ventilation Sys- tem - page 87 Evaporative Emission Con- trol System (Calif. Only) - page 87 Fuel Filter - page 88 Fast Idle Lever - page 88 Throttle - page 89 Clutch Lever - page 90 Control Cables - page 92...

  • Page 87

    Maintenance Periodic Maintenance Interval Table (continued) ODOMETER READING in MILES (KILOMETERS) Component (see operation codes below) Brake Pads - page 97 Gear Shift Pedal - page 98 Tires - page 99 Wheel Spokes - page 100 Spark Plugs - page 101 Engine Compression - page 103 Exhaust System - page 103...

  • Page 88: Engine Oil

    Maintenance Engine Oil Change Engine Oil and Oil Filter This procedure involves using a small automotive style oil filter wrench. 1. Start and run the engine until it reaches normal operating temperature. Stop the engine. 2. Securely support the motorcycle on the sidestand. 3.

  • Page 89: Check Engine Oil Level

    Maintenance 10. Reinstall the oil fill cap and then start and run the engine until it reaches normal operating temperature. Caution After an oil change, the low oil pressure indicator remains illuminated longer than usual before going out. Revving the engine while the low oil pressure indicator is illuminated can damage the engine. 11.

  • Page 90: Inspect Air Filter

    Maintenance WARNING Do not operate the motorcycle with the oil level above the FULL. mark or below the ADD mark. Operating the engine with too much or too little oil can cause serious engine damage or engine seizure, resulting in you losing control of the motorcycle. Inspect Air Filter The standard Victory air filter element is a dry paper design and does not require the use of air filter oil.

  • Page 91: Inspect Drive Sprocket And Sprocket Nut

    Maintenance Inspect Drive Sprocket and Sprocket Nut 1. Remove the drive sprocket cover. On some models it may be necessary to remove portions of the exhaust system to access all of the Notice drive sprocket cover screws (see the Victory Service Manual or an authorized Victory dealer). 2.

  • Page 92: Check Drive Belt Tension

    Maintenance Check Drive Belt Tension This procedure involves using the belt tension gauge, part no. PV- -43532, which is designed specifically for measuring drive belt tension. Before beginning this procedure: Make sure the drive belt is dry and at room temperature. Make sure the rear suspension is properly adjusted (see 1.

  • Page 93: Adjust Drive Belt Tension

    This position represents 10 lbs. force. 6. Calculate the difference between the zero force position and the 10 lbs. force position you recorded. V92TC Touring Cruiser and Deluxe Touring Cruiser: 3/8 inch (9.5 mm) 7. Adjust belt tension as necessary.

  • Page 94: Align Rear Wheel

    Maintenance WARNING Do not reuse a cotter pin because it may fail, allowing the wheel to loosen and you to lose control of the motorcycle. 6. Pump rear brake several times to reset brake pad distance. Align Rear Wheel This procedure involves using the rear wheel alignment tool, part no. PV- -43528, which is designed specifically for aligning the rear wheel.

  • Page 95

    Maintenance 6. To adjust the rear wheel alignment, remove and discard the rear axle cotter pin and loosen the rear axle castle nut. Loosen the rear axle adjuster jam nuts. 7. Turn the axle adjuster on the side with the longer measurement counterclockwise one flat (1/6 revolution).

  • Page 96: Rear Suspension

    Maintenance Rear Suspension Adjust Rear Shock Absorber This procedure involves using the shock absorber preload wrench, part no. PV- -43507, which is designed specifically for adjusting the shock absorber preload. The distance measured while the motorcycle is Notice elevated will not change, and needs only be measured once. After the measurement and the locations from where the measurement is taken are recorded (steps 1- -4), you will only need to perform steps 5- -8 to correctly adjust the rear shock absorber.

  • Page 97

    Maintenance 3. Record the measurement and the locations from where the measurement is taken in the space provided. 4. Remove the motorcycle lift apparatus and return the motorcycle to the ground. 5. Load the motorcycle with all the things you intend to carry (cargo and accessories). Sit in the operator’s seat with your riding gear on, and if you plan on carrying a passenger, have them sit on the passenger seat with their riding gear on.

  • Page 98: Inspect Swing Arm And Rear Axle

    Maintenance Inspect Swing Arm and Rear Axle 1. Remove the swing arm pivot covers and tighten the swing arm pivot nut. Torque: 85 ft- -lbs (115 Nm) 2. Reinstall the pivot nut covers. 3. Sit in the operator’s seat and slowly bounce the rear suspension a few. Make sure the suspension moves freely without binding.

  • Page 99: Front Suspension And Steering

    Maintenance Front Suspension and Steering Check Front Forks 1. To check the front suspension, straddle the motorcycle and bring it to a vertical position. 2. Apply the front brake and push down hard on the handlebars several times. The front suspension should operate smoothly and quietly.

  • Page 100: Inspect Steering And Front Axle

    Maintenance Inspect Steering and Front Axle 1. Elevate the front of the motorcycle until the front wheel is off of the ground. Use an appropriate motorcycle lift or a block of wood or steel placed securely under the frame. 2. Turn the handlebars from stop to stop. The action should be smooth but not loose or interfered with by wires, hoses, or control cables.

  • Page 101: Fuel System

    Maintenance Fuel System Check Fuel Hose, Rail, and Connections Inspect the fuel hoses for cracks or damage. Inspect the hose connection at the fuel tank and at the fuel rail for dampness or stains from leaking or dried fuel. Check Crankcase Ventilation Hose and Connections Remove the operators seat and fuel tank.

  • Page 102: Replace Fuel Filter

    Maintenance 5. Disconnect the fuel line. 6. Disconnect the tank vent line. 7. To reinstall the fuel tank, reconnect all fuel lines and wire harness. 8. Reinstall the fuel tank mounting screws. Torque: 20 ft- -lbs (27 Nm) 9. Reinstall the operator’s seat. Replace Fuel Filter The fuel filter is attached to the electric fuel pump located inside the fuel tank.

  • Page 103: Throttle

    Maintenance 3. Loosen the fast idle cable adjuster jam nut. 4. Turn the cable adjuster in or out until the fast idle lever freeplay is 1/8- -1/4 inch (3- -6 mm). 5. Tighten the adjuster jam nut and reinstall the fuel tank and operator’s seat. Throttle Check Throttle Control Grip and Cable 1.

  • Page 104: Clutch

    Maintenance Clutch Check Clutch Lever and Cable 1. Squeeze the clutch lever toward the handlebar and release it. It should move freely and smoothly and should return to its rest position quickly when released. 2. Clutch freeplay - - the amount of clutch lever movement from the rest position to the point of cable resistance - - should be between 0.04- -0.08 inch (1- -2 mm).

  • Page 105: Adjust Clutch Freeplay

    Maintenance 10. Reconnect the clutch cable and reinstall the clutch lever, lever pivot screw, and nut. Torque: 40 in- -lbs (5 Nm) 11. Adjust clutch freeplay. Adjust Clutch Freeplay 1. Remove the operator’s seat. 2. Remove the front and rear fuel tank screws. 3.

  • Page 106: Lubricate Control Cables

    Maintenance Lubricate Control Cables The following cables used on the motorcycle require periodic lubrication for smooth operation and longevity: Throttle Cables Clutch Cable Fast Idle Lever Cable 1. Loosen the adjuster of the cable to be lubricated, and disconnect one end of the cable. 2.

  • Page 107: Lubricate Front Brake Lever

    Maintenance Lubricate Front Brake Lever 1. Remove right mirror, brake lever pivot nut and pin. 2. Remove any old grease and dirt from the brake lever and lever housing. 3. Lubricate the brake lever and lever pivot pin with Victory All Purpose Grease or equivalent. 4.

  • Page 108

    Maintenance Caution Brake fluid attacks painted surfaces and plastic parts. Always clean spilled brake fluid immediately with plenty of water and a mild detergent. WARNING • Do not operate the front brake while its reservoir cover is removed. Fluid could overflow from the reservoir and cause air to enter the fluid system.

  • Page 109: Check Rear Brake Pedal Freeplay And Movement

    Maintenance Check Rear Brake Pedal Freeplay and Movement Rear brake pedal freeplay - - the amount of brake pedal movement from the rest position to the point of contacting the master cylinder - - should be 3/16- -5/16 inch (5- -8 mm). Adjust 3/16--5/15 inch pedal freeplay as necessary (see page 95).

  • Page 110: Check Rear Brake Fluid Level

    Maintenance Check Rear Brake Fluid Level 1. To check the rear brake fluid level, remove the right side cover. Straddle the motorcycle and bring it to a vertical position. 2. View the brake fluid through the reservoir. The fluid should be clear and at a level between MIN and MAX. Add brake fluid if necessary.

  • Page 111: Check Brake Pads

    Maintenance WARNING • Do not operate the rear brake while its reservoir cover is removed. Fluid could overflow from the reservoir and cause air to enter the fluid system. Air in the brake fluid system could cause the brakes to malfunction. •...

  • Page 112: Check Brake Hoses And Connections

    Maintenance Check Brake Hoses and Connections Inspect all brake hoses and connections for dampness or stains from leaking or dried fluid. Tighten any leaking connections and replace components as necessary. Gear Shift Pedal Adjust Gear Shift Pedal Height 1. Loosen the gear shift linkage rod locknuts. 1.

  • Page 113: Tires

    40 psi (275 kpa) REAR: Dunlop D417 - 160/80 B16 75H 36 psi (250 kpa) 41 psi (280 kpa) V92TC Deluxe Touring Cruiser (inner tubes required) Up to 200 lbs (91 kg) load 200--441 lbs (91--200 kg) load FRONT: Dunlop 491 Elite II - MT90 B16 71H...

  • Page 114: Check Tire Condition

    Maintenance Check Tire Condition Inspect the tire sidewalls, road contact surface, and tread base for cuts, punctures, and cracking. Replace damaged tires immediately (see your Victory Service Manual or an authorized Victory dealer). Check Tread Depth Raised areas at the base of the tread, known as wear bars; act as easily visible tread depth indicators.

  • Page 115: Check Or Replace Spark Plugs

    Maintenance Check or Replace Spark Plugs The spark plugs must be removed from the engine to inspect them. Spark plugs with bright white deposits, sooty black deposits, or with damaged insulators or electrodes can indicate engine problems. If these conditions exist, or if the condition of one plug is markedly different from the other, see the Victory Service Manual or an authorized Victory dealer for assistance.

  • Page 116

    Maintenance 5. Remove the spark plug from the cylinder head with a spark plug socket. Both spark plugs should have the same light or medium tan color deposits on the insulator around the electrode tip. The spark plug electrode tip and bridge 0.032 inch should have sharp, square edges.

  • Page 117: Check Engine Compression

    Maintenance Check Engine Compression An accurate periodic engine compression check documents engine wear and condition. For engine compression check procedures and special tools required, see the Victory Service Manual or contact an authorized Victory dealer. Check Exhaust System Check the exhaust system for stains from leaking exhaust gasses. Replace exhaust gaskets if necessary (see the Victory Service Manual or an authorized Victory dealer).

  • Page 118: Remove And Install Seat

    Maintenance Remove and Install Seat The V92TC Touring and Deluxe Touring Cruiser has a combined operator and passenger seat. WARNING Always make sure the seat is securely attached before riding the motorcycle. A loose seat could cause a sudden shift in riding position, causing you to lose control of the motorcycle.

  • Page 119: Battery

    Maintenance Battery The motorcycle uses a permanently sealed, maintenance- -free battery. Do not remove the battery cap strip for any reason. Keep the battery connections clean and tight at all times. WARNING The battery contains sulfuric acid, which can cause severe burns. Do not allow sulfuric acid to contact skin, eyes, or clothing.

  • Page 120: Remove Battery

    Maintenance Remove Battery 1. Remove the left side cover. 2. Remove the battery hold- -down strap. 3. Disconnect the negative ( - - ) battery cables (exposed connectors). 4. Disconnect the positive ( + ) cables (covered with a red boot). Caution Disconnecting the positive cable first can produce an electric shock that could result in damage or injury.

  • Page 121: Install Battery

    Maintenance 1. To clean oxidation from the battery posts and cable connectors, use a wire brush. Wash the posts and cable connectors with a solution of 1 part baking soda to 16 parts water. Rinse with clean water and wipe dry. Apply a thin film of dielectric grease to the posts and cable connectors. 2.

  • Page 122: Electrical Equipment

    Maintenance Electrical Equipment Replace Fuses Caution Use only recommended amperage fuses or you can damage the electrical system. 1. Remove the operator’s seat and the right side cover. 2. Release the tabs on each side of the fuse box cover, and remove the cover. 3.

  • Page 123: Adjust Headlamp

    Maintenance Adjust Headlamp The headlamp should shine straight ahead of 25 feet (7.62 m) the motorcycle. The top of the headlamp High beam should be just below the center of the lamp at a distance of 25 feet (7.62 m). 1.

  • Page 124: Adjust Auxiliary Lights

    Maintenance Adjust Auxiliary Lights 25 feet (7.62 m) Each lamp should shine straight ahead or slightly to the right of the motorcycle. The top of each lamp beam should be just below the center of the lamp at a distance of 25 feet (7.62 m).

  • Page 125: Remove And Install Saddlebags

    Maintenance Remove and Install Saddlebags 1. Remove the lower saddlebag mounting screw located outside and underneath the saddlebag. 2. Remove the two (2) upper saddlebag mounting screws located inside the saddlebag. 3. Disconnect the wiring harness and remove the saddlebag. 4.

  • Page 126: Inspect Sidestand Pad

    Maintenance 2. Move the sidestand to its stored (up) position and remove the sidestand return spring. WARNING Wear face protection. The sidestand return spring is under tension and can injure your eyes and face when released. 3. Remove the sidestand pivot bolt. 4.

  • Page 127: Check Fasteners

    Maintenance Check Fasteners Visually inspect the entire motorcycle chassis and engine for loose, damaged, or missing fasteners. Tighten loose fasteners to the proper torque (see the Specifications section of the Owner’s Manual, or the Victory Service Manual). Replace stripped, damaged, or broken fasteners with genuine Victory fasteners of equal size and strength immediately.

  • Page 128

    Maintenance Notes:...

  • Page 129: Cleaning And Storage

    Cleaning and Storage This section explains how to properly clean the various parts of your Victory motorcycle and how to store it to keep it in good working order and appearance. Cleaning Clean your motorcycle regularly to protect it from corrosion and to keep it looking new. As you clean your motorcycle you perform a complete and thorough visual inspection that may reveal components in need of repair.

  • Page 130: Washing And Drying

    Cleaning and Storage Washing and Drying Before washing the motorcycle, make sure the exhaust pipes are not hot. Cover each exhaust pipe opening with a plastic bag and attach the bag to the pipe with a strong rubber band. To prevent contamination from water, check that the spark plugs, spark plug wire caps, oil fill cap, and fuel caps are properly seated.

  • Page 131

    Cleaning and Storage Caution Use as little water as possible when washing near the air cleaner or the exhaust pipe openings. An excessively wet air cleaner, or water in the exhaust pipes, may cause the engine to start and run poorly. Dry these components thoroughly before using the motorcycle.

  • Page 132: Waxing, Polishing, And Applying

    Cleaning and Storage Waxing, Polishing, and Applying Protectants (Items Other Than Windshields) After washing and drying the motorcycle, you can help extend the life and appearance of its components by waxing painted surfaces, polishing chrome surfaces, and applying a protectant to exposed rubber, vinyl, and plastic parts.

  • Page 133: Windshield Care

    Cleaning and Storage Windshield Care A windshield is included with some Victory models. Wash the windshield using a soft cloth or sponge soaked in a solution of mild detergent and warm water, applying minimal pressure as you wash. Let the detergent do the cleaning, not the pressure you apply. Excessive washing pressure may cause dirt, sand, or other foreign materials on the windshield to scratch it.

  • Page 134: Storage

    Cleaning and Storage Storage If you will not operate the motorcycle for several months, such as during the winter, store the motorcycle to prevent damage to the fuel system and the battery, and to protect components from corrosion or deterioration. During storage you might use products that are potentially hazardous;...

  • Page 135: Stabilize Fuel

    Cleaning and Storage Stabilize Fuel 1. Using a mixture of fuel and the amount of gasoline stabilizer recommended by the stabilizer manufacturer, fill the fuel tank only to the top of the filler insert. 2. Start and run the engine for 15 minutes to pass the stabilized fuel through entire fuel- -injection system.

  • Page 136: Inflate Tires

    Cleaning and Storage 4. Connect the spark plugs to the spark plug wires and ground the spark plugs to the engine. With the main switch in the On position, the stop/run switch set to Run, and the transmission in neutral, press the electric starter button to crank the engine a few times.

  • Page 137: Maintaining During Storage

    Cleaning and Storage Maintaining During Storage Check and maintain normal tire pressure and battery voltage during storage. Removing from Storage 1. Remove the cover and unlock the front forks. 2. Check the tire pressure and inflate the tires if necessary. 3.

  • Page 138

    Cleaning and Storage Notes:...

  • Page 139: Warranties

    Warranties Motorcycle Noise Regulation Tampering with noise control systems is prohibited. Federal law prohibits the following acts or causing thereof: The removal or rendering inoperative by any person other than for purposes of maintenance, repair, or replacement, of any device or element of design incorporated into any new vehicle for the purpose of noise control prior to its sale or delivery to the ultimate purchaser or while it is in use.

  • Page 140: Noise Emission Warranty

    Warranties Noise Emission Warranty Victory Motorcycle Division warrants that this exhaust system, at the time of sale, meets all applicable U.S. EPA Federal noise standards. This warranty extends to the first person who buys this exhaust system for purposes other than resale, and to all subsequent buyers. Warranty claims should be directed to: an authorized Victory dealer or Victory Motorcycle Division, Polaris Sales Inc., P.O.

  • Page 141: Manufacturer's Warranty Coverage

    Warranties Manufacturer’s Warranty Coverage Class III motorcycles (280 cc and larger): for a period of use of five (5) years or 30,000 kilometers (18,641 miles), whichever first occurs. If an emission-related part on your motorcycle is defective, the part will be repaired or replaced by Victory. This is your emission control system DEFECTS WARRANTY.

  • Page 142: Coverage

    Warranties Victory Motorcycle Division, Polaris Sales Inc., (hereinafter Victory) warrants that each new 2002 and later Victory Motorcycle that includes as standard equipment a headlight, taillight and stoplight, and is street legal: A. is designed, built and equipped so as to conform at the time of initial retail purchases with all applicable regulations of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and the California Air Resources Board;...

  • Page 143: Ii. Limitations

    Warranties failure occurs prior to the first scheduled replacement; and hoses, clamps, fittings and tubing used directly in these parts. Since emission related parts may vary from model to model, certain models may not contain all of these parts and certain models may contain functionally equivalent parts. In the State of California only, Emission Control System emergency repairs, as provided for in the California Administrative Code, may be performed by other than an authorized Victory dealer.

  • Page 144: Iii. Limited Liability

    Warranties B. Inspections, replacement of parts, and other services and adjustments necessary for required maintenance C. Any motorcycle on which the odometer mileage has been changed so that actual mileage cannot be readi- ly determined. III. Limited Liability A. The liability of Victory under this Emission Control System Warranty is limited solely to the remedying of defects in material or workmanship by an authorized Victory motorcycle dealer at its place of business dur- ing customary business hours.

  • Page 145: Iv. Legal Rights

    Warranties IV. Legal Rights THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE. V. This Warranty Is In Addition To The Victory Limited Motorcycle Warranty. VI. Additional Information. Any replacement part that is equivalent in performance and durability may be used in the performance of any maintenance or repairs.

  • Page 146: Victory Motorcycle Warranty Policy

    Warranties Victory Motorcycle Warranty Policy Limited Warranty Victory Motorcycle Division, Polaris Sales Inc., P.O. Box 47700, Hamel, Minnesota 55340-9960, gives a ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY on all components of the Victory Motorcycle against defects in material or workmanship. This warranty covers the parts and labor charges for repair or replacement of defective parts which are covered by this warranty.

  • Page 147: Warranty Coverage And Exclusions

    Warranties Warranty Coverage And Exclusions: Limitations Of Warranties And Remedies The warranty excludes any failures that are not caused by a defect in material or workmanship. This warranty does not cover accidental damage, normal wear and tear, abuse or improper handling. This warranty also does not cover any Victory Motorcycle that has been altered structurally, modified, neglected, improperly maintained, used for racing, or used for purposes other than for which it was manufactured, or for any damages which occur during trailer transit or as a result of unauthorized service or the use of unauthorized...

  • Page 148

    Warranties ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE) ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE ABOVE ONE YEAR WARRANTY PERIOD. VICTORY MOTORCYCLES DIVISION OF POLARIS SALES INC. FURTHER DISCLAIMS ALL EXPRESS WARRANTIES NOT STATED IN THIS WARRANTY OTHER THAN EMISSIONS AND EXCISE WARRANTIES.

  • Page 149: Specifications

    Specifications Model Year 2002 V92TC V92TC Touring Cruiser Deluxe Touring Cruiser Dimensions Overall Length 98 in (249 cm) 98 in (249 cm) Overall Width 42 in (107 cm) 42 in (107 cm) Overall Height 60.8 (154 cm) 60.8 (154 cm) Seat Height 28.3 in (72 cm)

  • Page 150

    Specifications Model Year 2002 V92TC V92TC Touring Cruiser Deluxe Touring Cruiser Engine Engine Model Number MCVT1507D 2002 MCVT1507D 2002 Configuration 50_ V-Twin 50_ V-Twin Displacement 92 cu in (1507 cc) 92 cu in (1507 cc) Cooling System Air & Oil Air &...

  • Page 151

    Specifications Model Year 2002 V92TC V92TC Touring Cruiser Deluxe Touring Cruiser Internal Gear Ratios 3.21:1 3.21:1 2.19:1 2.19:1 1.53:1 1.53:1 1.24:1 1.24:1 Final Drive Ratio 2.13:1 2.13:1 Clutch Type Wet Multi-Disk Wet Multi-Disk Diaphragm Spring Diaphragm Spring Drive Belt Deflection 3/8 inch (9.5 mm)

  • Page 152

    Specifications Model Year 2002 V92TC V92TC Touring Cruiser Deluxe Touring Cruiser Wheels and Tires Front Wheel Type/Size Cast 5 Spoke Laced 40 Spoke 16 x 3 in 16 x 3 in Rear Wheel Type Size Cast 5 Spoke Laced 40 Spoke 16 x 3 in 16 x 3.5 in...

  • Page 153: Fuel Specifications

    Specifications Fuel Specifications Use only unleaded gasoline, 92 pump octane minimum. DO NOT USE GASOLINE CONTAINING METHANOL. Using gasoline/methanol blends can result in poor starting and drivability, and may damage critical fuel system components. Gasoline containing up to 15% Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE) can be used. Gasoline containing up to 10% Ethanol can be used.

  • Page 154: Identification Numbers For Your Motorcycle

    Specifications Identification Numbers for Your Motorcycle Vehicle Identification Number: Engine Identification Number: Ignition Key Number: Model Number:...

  • Page 155: Index

    Index Description, 105 Installing, 107 Accelerating, 65 Location, 24 Accessories Maintenance intervals, 73 Loading, 12 Removing, 106 Selecting and installing, 15 Air filter Battery cables Location, 24 Installing, 107 Maintenance intervals, 71 Removing, 106 Maintenance procedure, 76 Brake caliper location Aligning rear wheel, 80 Front, 24 Applying protectants, 118...

  • Page 156

    Index Brake lever, front Cargo, 12 Checking movement, 92 Chassis specifications, 137 Function, 40 Check engine indicator (MFD), 36 Location, 23 Cleaning, 115–121 Lubricating, 93 Battery terminals, 122 Maintenance intervals, 72 Washing and drying, 116–118 Waxing, polishing, and applying protectants, 118 Brake pads Windshield, 119 Checking, 97...

  • Page 157

    Index Electric starter button Design characteristics, 4 Function, 40 Dimensions, 135 Location, 39 Dimmer switch. See Headlamp high/low beam Emergency flashers switch Checking operation, 46 Dipstick Switch Function, 75 Function, 40 Location, 75 Location, 39 Drain plug, oil, location, 74 Emission system (California models) Drive belt Canister location, 26...

  • Page 158

    Index Evaporative emission control system. See Emission Front forks control system Checking, 85 Location, 24 Exhaust gases, safety, 16 Maintenance intervals, 71 Exhaust system Oil replacement intervals, 71 Checking, 103 Front tire. See Tires Location, 25 Front turn signals. See Turn signals Maintenance intervals, 73 Front wheel.

  • Page 159

    Index Fuel system Checking crankcase ventilation hose and connec- Hazardous materials, handling, 69 tions, 87 Headlamp Checking hoses and connections, 87 Adjustment, 109 Fuel tank removal and installation, 87 Checking operation, 46 Maintenance intervals, 71 High beam indicator light, 33 Fuses High/low beam switch Location, 26...

  • Page 160

    Index Ignition key Information labels, 19–23 Function, 29 Instrument cluster Identification number, 28 Description, 31 Ignition switch Location, 23 Function, 30 Instrument cluster light dimmer (MFD), 35 Location, 24 Instruments and controls, 29–44 Off position, 30 Introduction, 1–3 On position, 30 Park position, 31 Indicator lights Kickstand.

  • Page 161

    Index Trip odometer function, 33 Voltmeter function, 35 Maintenance, 69–114 Maintenance interval table, 71 Maintenance intervals, 70 Neutral indicator MFD. See Multi--Function Display (MFD) Function, 32 Modifications. See Product modifications Location, 31 Motorcycle description, 23–28 Mufflers, exhaust, location, 25 Odometer (MFD), 33 Multi--Function Display (MFD) Oil drain plug, location, 74 Check engine indicator function, 36...

  • Page 162

    Shock absorber location, 26 Safety precautions, 3–24 Rear tire. See Tires Seat, Location, 24 Rear turn signals. See Turn signals Seat(s), V92TC, Remove and install, 104 Rear wheel. See Wheels Service, 69–114 Rear wheel alignment, 80 Service interval table, 71...

  • Page 163

    Index Service intervals, 70 Speedometer Shift points, 64 Function, 31 Shifting gears, 62–65 Location, 31 Downshifting, 63 Spokes Recommended shift points, 64 Checking or replacing, 100 Upshifting, 63 Maintenance intervals, 73 Shock absorber. See Rear suspension Starter button Side cover Function, 40 Left side, location, 24 Location, 39...

  • Page 164

    Index Torque specifications Brake lever pivot nut, 93 Tachometer Clutch lever pivot screw, 91 Function, 31 Drive sprocket nut, 77 Location, 31 Drive sprocket nut retainer, 77 Taillight Exhaust system, 103 Checking operation, 46 Fuel tank mounting screws, 88 Location, 24 Oil drain plug, 74 Throttle cable Rear axle adjuster jam nut, 79...

  • Page 165

    Index Vehicle identification number (VIN), 27 Vehicle information labels, 19–23 VIN. See Vehicle identification number Voltmeter (MFD), 35 Warranties, 125–134 Wear bars, tires, 100 Weight specifications, 135 Wheel Alignment, rear, 80 Specifications, 138 Wheel bearings Checking, front, 86 Checking, rear, 84 Maintenance intervals, front, 71 Maintenance intervals, rear, 71 Wheel spokes, Maintenance intervals, 73...

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