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In an earlier post you said that you switched the "injector cable" to the right and the problem moved to that side.
Is that cable removable?
Did the shop test for continuity between connectors?
Has it been replaced?
If the cable is non removable from the ECU then the bike probably would not...
One other thing to check is wiring, especially grounds & proper batt voltage.
Victory's are especially prone to high idle if battery is low or terminals are loose.
Todays computers are very sensitive current wise.
Really do need to ride both & hopefully be able to put at least 50 if not 100 miles on before deciding.
Both brands have their own issues & both are easy to live with.
For me the Guzzi's have always had a lot more fun factor for a lot longer time.
By that I mean year after year the Guzzi makes...
Mines doing the same thing but my bikes are not garaged.
Might try poking the air bubbles with a pin then using a plastic squeegee smooth the tape.
I've never tried this but I wonder what would happen if after smoothing it you shot it with some hairspray??
If I ever get my shop built then I'm...
My Victory Cross Tour (1750cc loads of torque and around 850 to 900 lb bike) is belt drive & I have no complaints.
I replaced it at 70,000 miles (About $400.00) altho the local Vic wrench head said I was foolish because they are going 100K.
I'm not an easy rider so the belt & pulleys have got...
Sitting on a fork lift in an auto parts warehouse.
One of the office guys came out & said an airplane just hit the tower.
In my mind I saw/thought a small single engine aircraft & kept on working.
When the second one hit we crowded into an office & watched.
Welcome & kudos for what you do.
Whatever system you use just remember to be flexible when deciding what goes where.
Trying to decide what goes where while sitting at home is going to be different than when items are needed when needed.
Heavy stuff like the jack should be kept lower.