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  1. UncleCreepy

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    2013 Victory CCT

    Looking for any helpful suggestions. I just bought a 2013 CCT with low miles and original tires. I mounted two new tires, replaced the kickstand rubber, installed a quarter turn throttle ring, and replaced the plastic bushings on the shifter and foot brake. Before I did this there were no glitches present, but since I did all these things I now have an issue with the odometer. Every time I shift gears it will change from odometer to trip 1 to trip 2 to average mileage and so on. Doesn’t matter whether shifting up or down it changes every time. Has anyone had anything like this happen before? I have no idea which of the things I worked on could have caused this. Lol Any suggestions are appreciated.


  2. 11ZNL

    11ZNL
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    2007 Kingpin V11 Sport Naked

    When I owned my Vision the trip computer would change between modes by itself when I was out riding. I sprayed contact cleaner on the mode switch and it wasn’t so bad after that. Could be that it is super sensitive when you use the clutch lever it changes modes. I am pretty sure there is no other reason why this would happen as the mode switch must be toggled to change screens.
    Rob


  3. PDXLaserGazer

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    I changed the rotation of my clutch lever slightly and had this happen as well. How much free play in the lever cold? Should be roughly between 1/8″ and 1/4″. Or about 5mm. If too much it might require full pull putting the lever close enough to hit the mode button.

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