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Discussion in 'Victory General Discussion' started by Papa Yoda, Sep 6, 2021.

  1. Papa Yoda

    Papa Yoda New Member

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    I Have a 15 Vic Vision. Looking for best Vic. Performance shop to have cams, fuel management and tune in my area.
     
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    Unless one exists in AZ, I think you'll have to travel eastward to Iowa, NY or Florida. Who have I missed?
     
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    Reparto Veloce in Phoenix.
    I use ESP in Tucson.
     
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    BFP Garage is owned by Brad Parrack and is located in Glendale. He is an outstanding mechanic.
    (623) 469-1288
     
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    @Papa Yoda I’d suggest BFP in Glendale as well for the cam install. For tuning, I’d suggest a Maximus and remote tune by Noe (on here as @NOEMTZ )

    if you end up going with a PowerCommander piggyback w/Lloydz timing wheel, then Reparto Veloce in Chandler is what I’d recommend. Had my bike tuned twice by them (before and after cams). Colin is a great tuner. They just don’t install cams on Vics anymore (they are primarily an Aprilia shop, but Colin has a lot of experience tuning Vics)
     
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    Guys thank you. Time to spend some money.
     
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    Welcome to theVOG. If you can't find it here then you don't need it.
    Victory, the motorcycle I always wanted.
     
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    Arizona has to be one of if not the busiest state for hotrodders and bikers. Hard to believe there’s no Victory support there. Seems anymore when you talk to anyone in the service business regarding Victory service they act like no one wants to work on them. The easiest bike on the planet to work on with one of the best designed motors ever and most of these new mechanics would rather work on Harleys and jap bikes.
    I’ll give you an idea…..one of the best MC mechanics I’ve ever known is starting to see Victory bikes in our area and his attitude about fixing anything is just a process. He’s amazing. When he started figuring out VICTORY he realized they too are just a process and once you look at the bike and see how it’s built then it’s actually easier to work on than most. He says they are engineered well.
    Like a cam swap …Sure they can be done without raising the back bone. Raising the back bone is easy if you have the right setup. Making the job easier. More time consuming but your also learning about the bikes over all design and build quality. The tank has to be removed if your doing a Lloydz filter anyway. Such a simple machine once you spend the time with it. Oh and YouTube helps.
     
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    slick, I’ve never had a problem finding service in AZ.

    BFP Garage
    Phoenix Triumph (formerly Victory of Mesa and the main guys are still there)
    Multiple “RideNow” dealer locations that were Vic and now Indian shops.
     
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    Cochise motorsports Sierra Vista AZ, Indian of Tucson AZ. Both ex Victory dealers and retained most of their techs from Victory days. Both still have the ,"Digital wrench", if needed.
     
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    Agree wholeheartedly on Vics being mechanic friendly. Way easier than Harley.
     

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