Polaris Vegas Jackpot - 2013 Fuse Box Diagram

Polaris Vegas Jackpot - 2013 Fuse Box Diagram

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Safety
Safety and Information Labels
Due to different model and market requirements, your vehicle may not have all of the labels
shown. Labels that apply to your model will be located as shown.
Warning
Label
Manufacturing
Information
Label (VIN)
Engine Identification Number
(stamped on right rear
crankcase half)
Emission Control,
Noise Information
Label
Tire Warning Label
(if applicable)
Patent
Notice
Tire Warning
Label
(if applicable)
Fuse and Relay Label
(under side cover, on side of fuse box cover)
Fuse Box Removal Instruction Label
(on base of fuse box)
Handlebar Position Warning Label
(if equipped)
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Component Identification
Right Side View
1.
Passenger Seat/Cowl
2.
Rear Brake Fluid Reservoir
(under cover)
3.
Diagnostic Connector
4.
Fuses
5.
Rear Shock Access
6.
Front Turn Signal
7.
Front Brake Caliper
8.
Rear Brake Pedal
9.
Operator's Foot Rest
10.
Engine Oil Fill Cap/Dipstick
11.
Drive Sprocket (under cover)
12.
Passenger's Foot Rest
13.
Drive Belt (under guard)
14.
Exhaust Mufflers
13
1
6
8
7
12
10
9
2, 3, 4, 5
11
14
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Instruments, Features and Controls
Sidestand
WARNING!
An improperly retracted sidestand could contact the ground during operation and cause
loss of control resulting in serious injury or death. Always make sure the sidestand is fully retracted
before operating the motorcycle.
1.
While the motorcycle is in the upright position, push the sidestand downward until it is
fully extended.
2.
Slowly lean the motorcycle to the left until the full weight of the motorcycle rests safely
on the sidestand.
3.
To retract the sidestand, bring the motorcycle to the upright position. Swing the
sidestand upward to its fully retracted position.
Side Covers
Remove the left side cover to access the bat-
tery. Remove the right side cover to access
the fuses and the rear brake fluid reservoir.
1.
Pull outward at each corner of the side
cover to disengage the darts.
2.
Remove the side cover.
3.
To reinstall the side cover, make sure
each rubber grommet is properly located.
Align each dart with the appropriate
grommet and press inward firmly to
secure.
Grommets
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Maintenance
Rear Suspension
Rear Shock Preload (Ride Height) Adjustment
1.
Rest the motorcycle on the sidestand. Remove
the right side cover. See page 33.
2.
Remove the fuse box. See page 77. Make sure
the rear brake fluid reservoir cap is secure to
prevent fluid loss.
3.
Remove the three 10 mm bolts securing the
fuse box bracket to the chassis.
4.
Remove the on-board diagnostics connector
from the fuse box bracket by squeezing the
connector lock and pulling the connector apart.
Leave the terminated end attached to the fuse
box bracket.
5.
Remove the wire harness dart from the fuse
box bracket by sliding the connector off the
dart clip.
6.
Carefully pull and rotate the fuse box bracket
toward the front of the motorcycle.
7.
The upper spanner nut on the shock is the lock
nut. The lower spanner nut is the adjuster nut.
Loosen the lock nut by turning it
counterclockwise (as viewed from the top of
shock) with the spanner wrench.
8.
Spray a light lubricant on the adjuster nut
where it contacts the spring. DO NOT allow
spray to contact the drive belt.
9.
Adjust shock preload by rotating the adjuster
nut clockwise (as viewed from the top of
shock) to INCREASE preload (firm) or
counterclockwise to DECREASE preload
(softer).
10.
Recheck the preload measurement after adjusting.
11.
Tighten the lock nut securely against the adjuster nut.
12.
Reinstall the fuse box bracket and tighten the bolts securely.
13.
Reinstall the fuse box and side cover.
10 mm Bolts
Increase
Preload
(more firm)
Decrease
Preload
(softer)
Adjuster
Nut (lower)
Lock Nut (upper)
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Maintenance
Seat Removal (HAMMER S)
WARNING!
A loose seat could cause a sudden shift
in riding position, causing loss of control. Always
ensure seats are secure before riding.
1.
Remove the passenger seat cowl by pulling
evenly and directly upward on both sides
of the cowl.
2.
Remove the three socket head seat screws using a 5 mm hexagonal wrench.
3.
Lift the rear of the seat and pull rearward to disengage the tab at the front of the seat.
Seat Installation (HAMMER S)
1.
Slide the seat tongue into the receiver at the rear of the fuel tank. Align the seat screw
holes. Ensure the front seat mount is engaged in the front receiver, then install the
screws. Torque to 57 in. lbs. (6.8 Nm).
2.
Reinstall the passenger seat cowl.
Seat Removal (JACKPOT)
WARNING!
A loose seat could cause a sudden shift in riding position,
causing loss of control. Always make sure the seats are securely
fastened before riding the motorcycle.
1.
Remove the side covers. If necessary, remove the fuse box
from the bracket.
2.
Remove the three screws securing the seat to the frame. Lift
the rear of the seat and pull rearward and upward to remove it.
Seat Installation (JACKPOT)
1.
Slide the seat tongue into the rubber mount at the rear of the
fuel tank. Push down on the rear of the seat until the screw
holes align.
2.
Ensure the front seat mount is engaged in the front rubber
mount, then install the screws and tighten securely.
3.
Reinstall the fuse box (if removed). Reinstall the side covers.
Seat Screws
1
2
1
2
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Maintenance
Seat Removal (JUDGE/BOARDWALK)
1.
Remove the side covers. Remove the fuse box from the bracket.
2.
Remove the two screws securing the seat to the frame. Remove the four screws securing
the rear fender rails and remove the fender rails.
Loosen
the four screws securing the rear
seat bracket to the frame.
3.
Carefully lift the seat upward and forward until the rear bracket fingers are freed from
the four rear mounting screws.
Seat Installation (JUDGE/BOARDWALK)
1.
Carefully lower the front of the seat and align the four slotted rear bracket fingers with
the four rear mounting screws. Make sure the fingers are outside of the spacers. Then
carefully pull the seat rearward so the screws can support the slotted fingers without
holding on to the seat.
2.
Adjust the seat so the front screw holes align. Install the screws and tighten securely.
3.
Tighten the four rear screws securing the rear seat bracket to the frame.
4.
Reinstall the rear fender rails. Install the screws and tighten securely.
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Maintenance
Seat Removal (VEGAS 8-BALL/HIGH-BALL)
WARNING!
A loose seat could cause a sudden shift in riding position, causing loss of control. Always
make sure the seats are securely fastened before riding the motorcycle.
1.
Remove the side covers. Remove the fuse box from the bracket.
2.
Remove the two screws (left and right) securing the seat to the frame.
3.
Lift the rear of the seat and pull rearward and upward to remove it.
Seat Installation (VEGAS 8-BALL/HIGH-BALL)
1.
Slide the seat tongue into the rubber mount at the rear of the fuel tank. Push down on the
rear of the seat until the screw holes align.
2.
Ensure the front seat mount is engaged in the front rubber mount, then install the screws
and tighten securely.
3.
Reinstall the fuse box. Reinstall the side covers.
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Maintenance
Battery
The motorcycle battery is a sealed, maintenance-free battery. Do not remove the battery cap
strip for any reason. Keep the battery connections clean and tight at all times.
Battery electrolyte is poisonous.
It contains sulfuric acid. Serious burns can result from contact with
skin, eyes or clothing.
Antidote:
External
: Flush with water.
Internal
: Drink large quantities of water or milk. Follow with milk of magnesia, beaten egg, or vegetable
oil. Call physician immediately.
Eyes
: Flush with water for 15 minutes and get prompt medical attention.
Batteries may produce explosive gases.
Keep sparks, flame, cigarettes, etc. away.
Ventilate when charging or using in an enclosed space.
Always shield eyes when working near batteries
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Battery Removal
1.
Remove the seat and left side cover.
2.
Remove battery cover retaining nuts, and remove the cover.
WARNING!
Improperly connecting or disconnecting battery cables can result in an explosion and
cause serious injury or death. When removing the battery, always disconnect the negative (black) cable
first. When reinstalling the battery, always connect the negative (black) cable last.
3.
Disconnect the negative (-) battery cables (black cables with ends exposed) first.
4.
Disconnect the positive (+) cables (cable ends are covered with a red boot).
5.
Slide the battery out.
Battery Charging
1.
Clean oxidation from battery posts and cable connectors with a wire brush. Wash the
posts and cable connectors with a solution of one 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.
Following the charger manufacturer's instructions, use an accessory battery charger or a
charger designed for use with 12-volt batteries. The charger should have a maximum
charging rate of 1.8 amps. Charge the battery for approximately 10 hours at a rate of 1.8
amps. If you use a taper or trickle charger, it will take longer to charge the battery.
3.
After charging the battery, allow the battery to sit 1-2 hours before checking the state of
charge with a DC volt meter. The charge should be a minimum of 12.5 DC volts. Repeat
the charging cycle if the charge is less than 12.5 DC volts. Replace the battery if it fails
to reach 12.5 volts after the second charge.
Tip:
An accessory maintenance charger and accessory fused charging harness can be purchased
through your authorized VICTORY dealer.
WARNING
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Maintenance
Battery
Battery Installation
1.
Before installing the battery, make sure it's fully charged and clean.
2.
Slide the battery into position in the battery tray with the positive (+) terminal to the rear
of the motorcycle.
NOTICE:
Connecting the battery cables to the wrong terminals can severely damage the electrical
system.
3.
Connect the positive (+) battery cables, tighten securely and install the red boot.
4.
Connect the negative (-) cables and tighten securely. Be sure cables have adequate side
cover clearance.
5.
Reinstall the battery cover.
6.
Reinstall the side cover.
Fuse Replacement
1.
Remove the right side cover.
2.
Lift the release tab and slide the fuse box
rearward to remove it from the bracket.
Release the tabs on each side of the fuse
box cover and remove the cover.
3.
Remove the damaged fuse and seat the
new fuse firmly in its place.
4.
Reinstall the fuse box cover with the
double cutout toward the front of the
motorcycle.
5.
Reinstall the fuse box and side cover.
NOTICE:
Use fuses with the recommended
amperage to avoid damage to the
electrical system.
Fuse Recommendations
Engine / ECM
15 amp
Fuel Pump
10 amp
Headlamp / Brake Lamp
20 amp
Tail Lamp, Flashers, Indicator Lamp, Horn
15 amp
Ignition / Gauges
15 amp
Accessory Fuse (for emergency use) (motorcycle will operate
without fuse)
15 amp
Release Tab
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Specifications
Tip:
Dimensions and specifications may vary with features, options and accessories.
HAMMER
Chassis
Front Suspension Type / Travel
43mm Inverted Telescopic Fork / 5.1 in. (13 cm)
Rear Suspension Type/Travel
Single Monotube Gas / Preload Adjustable
3.9 in. (10 cm) (HAMMER S)
3.0 in. (7.5 cm) (HAMMER 8-BALL)
Swingarm
Forged & Cast Aluminum with Rising Rate Linkage
Front Brakes
Dual (HAMMER S), Single (HAMMER 8-BALL)
300 x 5 mm / Floating Rotor / 4 Piston Calipers
Rear Brakes
Single 300 x 5 mm / Floating Rotor / 2 Piston Caliper
Drive System
Final Drive Type
Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt
Transmission Type
6 Speed Overdrive / Constant Mesh
Primary Drive
Gear Drive With Torque Compensator
Primary Reduction Ratio
1.49:1
Gear Shift Pattern
1 Down / 5 Up
Internal Gear Ratios
1st Gear
3.13:1
2nd Gear
2.02:1
3rd Gear
1.50:1
4th Gear
1.20:1
5th Gear
1:1
6th Gear (Overdrive)
.87:1
Final Drive Ratio
2.12:1
Clutch Type
Wet Multi-Plate / Diaphragm Spring
Wheels and Tires
Front Wheel Type / Size
Cast 18 x 3.5 or Billet 18 x 3.0
Rear Wheel Type / Size
Cast or Billet 18 x 8.5
Front Tire Type / Size
Dunlop Elite 3 / 130/70 R18 63H Tubeless
Rear Tire Type / Size
Dunlop Elite 3 / 250/40 R18 81V Tubeless
Electrical
Alternator
38 amp
Battery
YTX20HL-BS / 12 Volts 18 Amp Hour / 310 CCA
Fuse, Engine / ECM
15 amp
Fuse, Fuel Pump
10 amp
Fuse, Headlight / Brake Light Lamps
20 amp
Fuse, Tail Light Lamps / Flashers /
Indicator Lamps / Horn
15 amp
Fuse, Ignition / Gauges
15 amp
Fuse, Accessory
15 amp
Bulb, Headlight (International)
High H11 / Low H11
Bulb, Taillight
Non-Serviceable LED
Bulb, Turn Signal
R10W / Auto-Cancel System
Bulb, Indicator
Non-serviceable LED
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Specifications
Tip:
Dimensions and specifications may vary with features, options and accessories.
VEGAS JACKPOT
Drive System
Final Drive Type
Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt
Transmission Type
6 Speed Overdrive / Constant Mesh
Primary Drive
Gear Drive With Torque Compensator
Primary Reduction Ratio
1.49:1
Gear Shift Pattern
1 Down / 5 Up
Internal Gear Ratios
1st Gear
3.13:1
2nd Gear
2.02:1
3rd Gear
1.50:1
4th Gear
1.20:1
5th Gear
1
6th Gear (Overdrive)
.87:1
Final Drive Ratio
2.12:1
Clutch Type
Wet Multi-Plate / Diaphragm Spring
Wheels and Tires
Front Wheel Type / Size
Cast or Billet 21 x 2.15
Rear Wheel Type / Size
Cast or Billet 18 x 8.5
Front Tire Type / Size
Dunlop Elite 3 / 90/90 2154H Tubeless
Rear Tire Type / Size
Dunlop Elite 3 / 250/40 R18 81V Tubeless
Electrical
Alternator
38 amp
Battery
YTX20HL-BS / 12 Volts 18 Amp Hour / 310 CCA
Fuse, Engine / ECM
15 amp
Fuse, Fuel Pump
10 amp
Fuse, Headlight / Brake Light Lamps
20 amp
Fuse, Tail Light Lamps / Flashers /
Indicator Lamps / Horn
15 amp
Fuse, Ignition / Gauges
15 amp
Fuse, Accessory
15 amp
Bulb, Headlight (International)
High H4 (W5W)
Bulb, Taillight
Non-Serviceable LED
Bulb, Turn Signal
R10W / Auto-Cancel System
Bulb, Indicator
Non-serviceable LED
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Specifications
Tip:
Dimensions and specifications may vary with features, options and accessories.
VEGAS 8-BALL
HIGH-BALL / JUDGE / BOARDWALK
Chassis
Front Suspension Type /
Travel
Telescopic Fork / 5.1 in. (13 cm)
Rear Suspension Type/
Travel
Single Monotube Gas / Preload Adjustable
3.0 in. (7.5 cm)
Swingarm
Forged & Cast Aluminum with Rising Rate Linkage
Front Brakes
Single 300 x 5 mm Floating Rotor
4 Piston Caliper
Rear Brakes
Single 300 x 5 mm Floating Rotor
2 Piston Caliper
Drive System
Final Drive Type
Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt
Transmission Type
6 Speed Overdrive / Constant Mesh
Primary Drive
Gear Drive With Torque Compensator
Primary Reduction Ratio
1.49:1
Gear Shift Pattern
1 Down / 5 Up
Internal Gear Ratios
1st Gear
3.13:1
2nd Gear
2.02:1
3rd Gear
1.50:1
4th Gear
1.20:1
5th Gear
1
6th Gear (Overdrive)
.87:1
Final Drive Ratio
2.12:1
Clutch Type
Wet Multi-Plate / Diaphragm Spring
Electrical
Alternator
38 amp
Battery
YTX20HL-BS / 12 Volts 18 Amp Hour / 310 CCA
Fuse, Engine / ECM
15 amp
Fuse, Fuel Pump
10 amp
Fuse, Headlight / Brake
Light Lamps
20 amp
Fuse, Tail Light Lamps /
Flashers / Indicator Lamps
/ Horn
15 amp
Fuse, Ignition / Gauges
15 amp
Fuse, Accessory
15 amp
Bulb, Headlight
(International)
High H11 / Low H11 (VEGAS 8-BALL/BOARDWALK)
High H4 (W5W) (JUDGE/HIGH-BALL)
Bulb, Taillight
Non-Serviceable LED
Bulb, Turn Signal
R10W / Auto-Cancel System (VEGAS 8-BALL/HIGH-BALL)
Non-serviceable LED (JUDGE/BOARDWALK)
Bulb, Indicator
Non-serviceable LED
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Safety
Safety and Information Labels
Due to different model and market requirements, your vehicle may not have all of the labels
shown. Labels that apply to your model will be located as shown.
Warning
Label
Manufacturing
Information
Label (VIN)
Engine Identification Number
(stamped on right rear
crankcase half)
Tire Warning
Label
(if applicable)
Patent
Notice
Tire Warning
Label
(if applicable)
Fuse and Relay Label
(under side cover, on side of fuse box cover)
Fuse Box Removal Instruction Label
(on base of fuse box)
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Component Identification
Right Side View
1.
Passenger Seat/Cowl
2.
Rear Brake Fluid Reservoir
(under cover)
3.
Diagnostic Connector
4.
Fuses
5.
Rear Shock Access
6.
Front Turn Signal
7.
Front Brake Caliper
8.
Rear Brake Pedal
9.
Operator's Foot Rest
10.
Engine Oil Fill Cap/Dipstick
11.
Drive Sprocket (under cover)
12.
Passenger's Foot Rest
13.
Drive Belt (under guard)
14.
Exhaust Mufflers
15.
License Plate
13
1
6
8
7
12
10
9
2, 3, 4, 5
11
14
15
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Instruments, Features and Controls
Fuel Cap
Use the ignition key to open and close the fuel cap. Follow
proper fueling procedures. See page 40.
Tip:
Prime the fuel pump if the tank is completely empty.
Open the fuel cap
1.
Lift the key slot cover on the fuel cap and insert the key.
2.
Turn the key clockwise while pushing downward lightly.
The latch will release and allow you to open the cap.
Close the fuel cap
1.
Insert the key into the cap. Turn the key clockwise and
press downward on the cap.
2.
Turn the key counter-clockwise while pushing downward lightly.
3.
Remove the key and close the key slot cover.
Side Covers
Remove the left side cover to access the battery.
Remove the right side cover to access the fuses
and the rear brake fluid reservoir.
1.
Pull outward at each corner of the side cover
to disengage the darts.
2.
Remove the side cover.
3.
To reinstall the side cover, make sure each
rubber grommet is properly located. Align
each dart with the appropriate grommet and
press inward firmly to secure.
Steering Lock
To lock the steering, park the motorcycle and turn the
engine off. Turn the handlebars fully to the left. Place the
ignition key in the steering lock and turn the key counter-
clockwise to lock the forks. Remove the key.
WARNING!
Do not move or operate the motorcycle with the
steering locked, as the severely restricted steering could result in
loss of control.
Fuel Cap
Key Slot Cover
Grommets
Steering Lock
General Representation
(your model may differ)
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Maintenance
Rear Suspension
Rear Shock Preload (Ride Height) Adjustment
1.
Rest the motorcycle on the sidestand. Remove
the right side cover. See page 29.
2.
Remove the fuse box. See page 69. Make sure
the rear brake fluid reservoir cap is secure to
prevent fluid loss.
3.
Remove the three 10 mm bolts securing the
fuse box bracket to the chassis.
4.
Remove the on-board diagnostics connector
from the fuse box bracket by squeezing the
connector lock and pulling the connector apart.
Leave the terminated end attached to the fuse
box bracket.
5.
Remove the wire harness dart from the fuse
box bracket by sliding the connector off the
dart clip.
6.
Carefully pull and rotate the fuse box bracket
toward the front of the motorcycle.
7.
The upper spanner nut on the shock is the lock
nut. The lower spanner nut is the adjuster nut.
Loosen the lock nut by turning it
counterclockwise (as viewed from the top of
shock) with the spanner wrench.
8.
Spray a light lubricant on the adjuster nut
where it contacts the spring. DO NOT allow
spray to contact the drive belt.
9.
Adjust shock preload by rotating the adjuster
nut clockwise (as viewed from the top of
shock) to INCREASE preload (firm) or
counterclockwise to DECREASE preload
(softer).
10.
Recheck the preload measurement after adjusting.
11.
Tighten the lock nut securely against the adjuster nut.
12.
Reinstall the fuse box bracket and tighten the bolts securely.
13.
Reinstall the fuse box and side cover.
10 mm Bolts
Increase
Preload
(more firm)
Decrease
Preload
(softer)
Adjuster
Nut (lower)
Lock Nut (upper)
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Maintenance
Seat Removal (HAMMER S)
WARNING!
A loose seat could cause a sudden shift
in riding position, causing loss of control. Always
ensure seats are secure before riding.
1.
Remove the passenger seat cowl by pulling
evenly and directly upward on both sides
of the cowl.
2.
Remove the (3) socket head seat screws using a 5 mm hexagonal wrench.
3.
Lift the rear of the seat and pull rearward to disengage the tab at the front of the seat.
Seat Installation (HAMMER S)
1.
Slide the seat tongue into the receiver at the rear of the fuel tank. Align the seat screw
holes. Ensure the front seat mount is engaged in the front receiver, then install the
screws. Torque to 57 in. lbs. (6.8 Nm).
2.
Reinstall the passenger seat cowl.
Seat Removal (JACKPOT)
WARNING!
A loose seat could cause a sudden shift in riding position,
causing loss of control. Always make sure the seats are securely
fastened before riding the motorcycle.
1.
Remove the side covers.
2.
If necessary, remove the fuse box from the bracket.
3.
Remove the three screws securing the seat to the frame. Lift
the rear of the seat and pull rearward and upward to remove it.
Seat Installation (JACKPOT)
1.
Slide the seat tongue into the rubber mount at the rear of the
fuel tank. Push down on the rear of the seat until the screw
holes align.
2.
Ensure the front seat mount is engaged in the front rubber
mount, then install the screws and tighten securely.
3.
Reinstall the fuse box (if removed). Reinstall the side covers.
Seat Removal (JUDGE/BOARDWALK)
1.
Remove the side covers.
Remove the fuse box from the bracket.
2.
Remove the two screws securing the seat to the frame.
Remove the four screws securing
the rear fender rails and remove the fender rails.
Loosen
the four screws securing the rear
seat bracket to the frame.
3.
Carefully lift the seat upward and forward until the rear bracket fingers are freed from
the four rear mounting screws.
Seat Installation (JUDGE/BOARDWALK)
1.
Carefully lower the front of the seat and align the four slotted rear bracket fingers with
the four rear mounting screws. Make sure the fingers are outside of the spacers. Then
carefully pull the seat rearward so the screws can support the slotted fingers without
holding on to the seat.
2.
Adjust the seat so the front screw holes align. Install the screws and tighten securely.
3.
Tighten the four rear screws securing the rear seat bracket to the frame.
4.
Reinstall the rear fender rails. Install the screws and tighten securely.
Seat Screws
1
2
1
2
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Maintenance
Seat Removal (VEGAS/HIGH-BALL)
WARNING!
A loose seat could cause a sudden shift in riding position, causing loss of control. Always
make sure the seats are securely fastened before riding the motorcycle.
1.
Remove the side covers. Remove the fuse box from the bracket.
2.
Remove the two screws (left and right) securing the seat to the frame.
3.
Lift the rear of the seat and pull rearward and upward to remove it.
Seat Installation (VEGAS/HIGH-BALL)
1.
Slide the seat tongue into the rubber mount at the rear of the fuel tank. Push down on the
rear of the seat until the screw holes align.
2.
Ensure the front seat mount is engaged in the front rubber mount, then install the screws
and tighten securely.
3.
Reinstall the fuse box. Reinstall the side covers.
Handlebar Position (HIGH-BALL)
On models equipped with two handlebar positions, the motor-
cycle is manufactured with handlebars in the low position.
Before changing handlebar position, check regulations in your
area of operation. Operation with the handlebars in the high
position may not be legal in all areas or for all riders.
WARNING!
Handlebar controls must be repositioned each time
handlebar position is changed. Failure to reposition handlebar controls
could result in loss of vehicle control resulting in severe injury or death.
1.
To adjust handlebar position, loosen
the bolts on the bottom of the riser.
2.
Adjust the handlebars upward or
downward to the desired position.
For high position, align the
upper
handlebar marks with the split in
the riser. For low position, align the
lower
handlebar marks with the
split in the riser.
3.
Tighten the front (longer) riser bolts first, then
tighten the rear bolts.
Torque:
22 ft-lbs (31 Nm)
4.
Loosen the screws at the bottom of the left and
right handlebar controls and reposition both
controls.
Make sure the index pin in each
control is fully seated in the appropriate
handlebar hole before tightening screws.
For
handlebars in the low position, seat the index
pins in the forward set of index holes. For
handlebars in the high position, seat the pins in
the rear set of holes.
5.
Tighten the handlebar control screws.
Torque:
25 in-lbs (2.8 Nm)
High
Position
Low
Position
High
Position
Align upper
mark to split.
Low
Position
Align lower
mark to split.
Low Position
Use forward holes.
High Position
Use rear holes.
Index Pin
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Maintenance
Battery
Battery Installation
1.
Before installing the battery, make sure it's fully charged and clean.
2.
Slide the battery into position in the battery tray with the positive (+) terminal to the rear
of the motorcycle.
NOTICE:
Connecting the battery cables to the wrong terminals can severely damage the electrical
system.
3.
Connect the positive (+) battery cables, tighten securely and install the red boot.
4.
Connect the negative (-) cables and tighten securely. Be sure cables have adequate side
cover clearance.
5.
Reinstall the battery cover.
6.
Reinstall the side cover.
Fuse Replacement
1.
Remove the right side cover.
2.
Lift the release tab and slide the fuse box
rearward to remove it from the bracket.
Release the tabs on each side of the fuse
box cover and remove the cover.
3.
Remove the damaged fuse and seat the
new fuse firmly in its place.
4.
Reinstall the fuse box cover with the
double cutout toward the front of the
motorcycle.
5.
Reinstall the fuse box and side cover.
NOTICE:
Use fuses with the recommended
amperage to avoid damage to the
electrical system.
Fuse Recommendations
Engine / ECM
15 amp
Fuel Pump
10 amp
Headlamp / Brake Lamp
20 amp
Tail Lamp, Flashers, Indicator Lamp, Horn
15 amp
Ignition / Gauges
15 amp
Accessory Fuse (for emergency use) (motorcycle will operate
without fuse)
15 amp
Release Tab
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Storage
Battery Care
1.
Remove the battery. See page 68.
2.
Clean oxidation from battery posts and cable connectors with a wire brush. Wash the
posts and cable connectors with a solution of one 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.
3.
Clean the outside of the battery with a solution of mild detergent and warm water.
4.
Store the battery in a dry area with a temperature of 32° to 90° F (0° to 32° C).
5.
While in storage, fully charge the battery monthly. If the motorcycle will not be used for
a period of six weeks or longer, a maintenance charger should be connected to the
battery. See page 68.
Tip:
Accessory maintenance chargers and accessory fused charging harnesses can be purchased at
your dealership.
Motorcycle Covers
Cover the motorcycle with a genuine VICTORY motorcycle cover or a cover made from a
durable, breathable material designed for storage. The cover must be of a breathable material
to prevent moisture build-up, which can cause oxidation of metal surfaces.
Protection from Rodents
If the motorcycle will be stored in an area where mice are a concern (rural areas, barns,
sheds, etc.), take extra measures to deter infestation. This may include placing a screen mesh
over any intake or exhaust openings.
Removal From Storage
1.
Remove the cover and any intake or exhaust coverings.
2.
Unlock the front forks (if locked).
3.
Verify that tire pressure is at specification.
4.
Install the battery and perform an electrical inspection.
5.
Check the oil level. If the motorcycle was stored in an area subject to wide swings in
temperature and humidity (such as outdoors), change the engine oil before starting the
engine. See page 47, beginning with step 3.
NOTICE:
During storage, temperature and humidity changes can cause condensation to form in the
crankcase and mix with engine oil. Running the engine with oil that contains condensation
can cause engine damage.
6.
Inspect the storage area for signs of fluid leaks. Identify and perform service to any
leaking components.
7.
Install new spark plugs if necessary.
8.
Wash and polish the motorcycle. Wax, polish, or apply protectant to appropriate
components.
9.
Perform the pre-ride inspections. See page 30.
10.
Perform a road test. See page 45.
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Specifications
Tip:
Dimensions and specifications may vary with features, options and accessories.
HAMMER
Drive System
Final Drive Type
Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt
Transmission Type
6 Speed Overdrive / Constant Mesh
Primary Drive
Gear Drive With Torque Compensator
Primary Reduction Ratio
1.49:1
Gear Shift Pattern
1 Down / 5 Up
Internal Gear Ratios
1st Gear
3.13:1
2nd Gear
2.02:1
3rd Gear
1.50:1
4th Gear
1.20:1
5th Gear
1:1
6th Gear (Overdrive)
.87:1
Final Drive Ratio
2.12:1
Clutch Type
Wet Multi-Plate / Diaphragm Spring
Wheels and Tires
Front Wheel Type / Size
Cast 18 x 3.5
Rear Wheel Type / Size
Cast 18 x 8.5
Front Tire Type / Size
Dunlop D418F Elite 3 / 130/70R18 63H Tubeless
Rear Tire Type / Size
Dunlop D419 Elite 3 / 250/40R18 81V Tubeless
Electrical
Alternator
48 amp
Battery
YTX20HL-BS / 12 Volts 18 Amp Hour / 310 CCA
Fuse, Engine / ECM
15 amp
Fuse, Fuel Pump
10 amp
Fuse, Headlight / Brake Light Lamps
20 amp
Fuse, Tail Light Lamps / Flashers /
Indicator Lamps / Horn
15 amp
Fuse, Ignition / Gauges
15 amp
Fuse, Accessory
15 amp
Bulb, Headlight (International)
High H11 / Low H11
Bulb, Position Lamp
12 Volt 5 Watt W5W
Bulb, Taillight
Non-Serviceable LED
Bulb, Turn Signal
R10W / Auto-Cancel System
Bulb, Indicator
Non-serviceable LED
Bulb, License Plate Lamp
5 Watt
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Specifications
Tip:
Dimensions and specifications may vary with features, options and accessories.
VEGAS JACKPOT
Drive System
Final Drive Type
Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt
Transmission Type
6 Speed Overdrive / Constant Mesh
Primary Drive
Gear Drive With Torque Compensator
Primary Reduction Ratio
1.49:1
Gear Shift Pattern
1 Down / 5 Up
Internal Gear Ratios
1st Gear
3.13:1
2nd Gear
2.02:1
3rd Gear
1.50:1
4th Gear
1.20:1
5th Gear
1
6th Gear (Overdrive)
.87:1
Final Drive Ratio
2.12:1
Clutch Type
Wet Multi-Plate / Diaphragm Spring
Wheels and Tires
Front Wheel Type / Size
Billet 21 x 2.15
Rear Wheel Type / Size
Billet 18 x 8.5
Front Tire Type / Size
Dunlop D419 Elite 3 / 90/90 21 54H Tubeless
Rear Tire Type / Size
Dunlop D419 Elite 3 / 250/40R18 81V Tubeless
Electrical
Alternator
48 amp
Battery
YTX20HL-BS / 12 Volts 18 Amp Hour / 310 CCA
Fuse, Engine / ECM
15 amp
Fuse, Fuel Pump
10 amp
Fuse, Headlight / Brake Light Lamps
20 amp
Fuse, Tail Light Lamps / Flashers /
Indicator Lamps / Horn
15 amp
Fuse, Ignition / Gauges
15 amp
Fuse, Accessory
15 amp
Bulb, Headlight (International)
High H11 / Low H11
Bulb, Position Lamp
12 Volt 5 Watt W5W
Bulb, Taillight
Non-Serviceable LED
Bulb, Turn Signal
R10W / Auto-Cancel System
Bulb, Indicator
Non-serviceable LED
Bulb, License Plate Lamp
5 Watt
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Specifications
Tip:
Dimensions and specifications may vary with features, options and accessories.
VEGAS 8-BALL
HIGH-BALL / JUDGE / BOARDWALK
Chassis
Front Suspension Type /
Travel
Telescopic Fork / 5.1 in. (13 cm)
Rear Suspension Type/
Travel
Single Monotube Gas / Preload Adjustable
3.0 in. (7.5 cm)
Swingarm
Forged & Cast Aluminum with Rising Rate Linkage
Front Brakes
Single 300 x 5 mm Floating Rotor
4 Piston Caliper
Rear Brakes
Single 300 x 5 mm Floating Rotor
2 Piston Caliper
Drive System
Final Drive Type
Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt
Transmission Type
6 Speed Overdrive / Constant Mesh
Primary Drive
Gear Drive With Torque Compensator
Primary Reduction Ratio
1.49:1
Gear Shift Pattern
1 Down / 5 Up
Internal Gear Ratios
1st Gear
3.13:1
2nd Gear
2.02:1
3rd Gear
1.50:1
4th Gear
1.20:1
5th Gear
1
6th Gear (Overdrive)
.87:1
Final Drive Ratio
2.12:1
Clutch Type
Wet Multi-Plate / Diaphragm Spring
Electrical
Alternator
48 amp
Battery
YTX20HL-BS / 12 Volts 18 Amp Hour / 310 CCA
Fuse, Engine / ECM
15 amp
Fuse, Fuel Pump
10 amp
Fuse, Headlight / Brake
Light Lamps
20 amp
Fuse, Tail Light Lamps /
Flashers / Indicator Lamps
/ Horn
15 amp
Fuse, Ignition / Gauges
15 amp
Fuse, Accessory
15 amp
Bulb, Headlight
(International)
High H11 / Low H11 (VEGAS 8-BALL/HIGH-BALL/BOARDWALK)
High H4 (W5W) (JUDGE)
Bulb, Position Lamp
12 Volt 5 Watt W5W
Bulb, Taillight
Non-Serviceable LED
Bulb, Turn Signal
R10W / Auto-Cancel System (VEGAS 8-BALL/HIGH-BALL)
Non-serviceable LED (JUDGE/BOARDWALK)
Bulb, Indicator
Non-serviceable LED
Bulb, License Plate Lamp
5 Watt