Victory Vision Middle Brake Light Modification
For a 2009 Vision the wire colors are different (Black and Black/Red) but
the procedure is the same. Cut or back out the wires for G and H.
KansasGaurdsman on Vision-Riders.com came up with a modification to the
rear lights on the Victory Vision, Victory turns off two of the four brake
lights when the turn signals are used. By cutting two wires under the seat
you can make sure all four brake lights come on every time you stop.
**** Note: Some of the Vision riders are backing the pins out of the
connector instead of cutting the wires.
Make sure you have the windshield in the up position so you can access the
fuse box if needed.
Victory Vision MSF ERC Box
This Victory Vision weighs over 900 pounds at the time of this video. **
The wheelbase is five and a half feet long and the overall length for the
Vision is eight and three quarters feet long.
That is a little longer then a Smart car.
After the MSF ERC was over, I ran the box with my Vision. The instructor
was kind enough to run the camera. It is nice to get the "Alright" from
Thanks San Antonio Fun Machines!
**The dry weight of the 2008 Vision Tour is 849 pounds.
I was full of fuel. Six gallons adds 36 pounds
It carries four and a half quarts of oil so that over 6 more pounds.
After market horn. 4 more pounds.
The CB/Intercom is 5 more pounds.
In my side bags I carry rain gear, yellow vest, owners manual, two small
towels, a few tools and a hand air pump for the rear shock.
All of this makes the Vision I ride tip the scales at over 900 pounds.
Vision on the Dragon - Part 1
We took our Victory Vision out to the Dragon.
View the high quality version if you have the bandwidth.
BTW, I get this question a lot, the camera is mounted on the left fairing
and is hanging out about 8 inches or so from the bike. So, in the video it
looks like I'm crossing the center line but I'm not. Although I'm often
leaning across the line, the tires are to the right side of the center
MotoUSA 2011 Victory Vision Tour Comparison
Motorcycle USA features the 2011 Victory Vision with its thumping 1731cc
Freedom 106 V-Twin engine and handful of latest upgrades. In our two part
comparison we pit the vision with Harley's Road Glide Ultra. Read the full
Vision vs Road Glide Ultra article at MotoUSA.com