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tree1979
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tree1979

Well-Known Member, Male, from Birmingham, AL

tree1979 was last seen:
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    1. Skitch7
      Skitch7
      Hey tree1979, I read a thread where you offered share the manual to your 07 Victory Kingpin. Would you be willing to share that with me? In changing my brakes, I realize I need to replace the rear caliper and can't quite figure out how to get it off the correct way. I could get it off but rather the correct way if possible. Thanks in advance either way. I have an 07 Kingpin as well. Thanks, Sandra
      1. tree1979
        tree1979
        It may be a while before I can get to it. But to get the rear caliper off, remover the rear axle. Caliper is held up by the axle.
        May 2, 2020
    2. Chopperbob
      Chopperbob
      Chris from PGR-DE? If so, it's Bob on the blue Vision.
      1. tree1979
        tree1979
        Nope. Name is Jason, from south Alabama. Live in Pittsburgh area for now
        Apr 5, 2018
    3. bikeriderga
      bikeriderga
      Hey Tree. what fairing is that on your Kingpin? Looks like something I would be interested in putting on mine KP.
      1. tree1979
        tree1979
        Apr 4, 2016
    4. cycletech1
      cycletech1
      I'm curious about your modifications. Did you put all of your performance mods on at the same time? Do you get a lot of intake noise with the torque tubes?
      1. tree1979
        tree1979
        Torque tubes last may. Exhaust about two months before that. Cams and timing wheel with fuel controller this week. If there is intake noise I can't hear it over my exhaust. Would have been cheaper to do at once as I would have only paid for one dyno
        Apr 12, 2015
    5. Pharus
      Pharus
      I like the looks of those crash bars, with the integrated foot rests. Do they work well instead of using highway pegs?
      1. tree1979
        tree1979
        Love them. Great height. Can't put my feet on them because my heels hits the brake and shufter, but I rest the back of my heel on them and get really stretched out. Very nice that way. They are Lindy Bars.
        Oct 14, 2014
    6. jimmi
      jimmi
      Yes the fuel pump started when I turned the key How would I test the pump pressure? Is there a way I could clear the code for the engine light called I a mec friend he says if you wait long enough it will clear itself. Thanks for your help.Jimmi
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      2. jimmi
        jimmi
        Will do Thanks Jimmi
        Jul 8, 2014
      3. tree1979
        tree1979
        Any luck with the exhaust or intake boot?
        Jul 10, 2014
      4. jimmi
        jimmi
        Took it to local vic dealer he says volt reg went for a crap replaced it and bikeruns fine. Thanks for the info.Jimmi
        Jul 29, 2014
    7. Christian
      Christian
      Thank you.


      The Street Shield EX might do the trick.



      Christian
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Birmingham, AL
    Occupation:
    Construction Manager
    Type of Motorcycle Currently Riding:
    2007 Victory Kingpin

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    Lloydz Torque Tubes,
    VM-1 Cams, Adjustable timing wheel (+4), PC-III
    RPW Deal 2-1 exhaust
    HP/ TQ ...... enough...... for now
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