Anybody done the 15,000 mile service yet? Oil/filter, air filter, change the oil in the front forks: Total $600+. According to the technician this will come around every 15, 000 miles.
Victory owners manual has replace every 15K or every 2 years (whichever is sooner).I'll have to check out my Victory Cross Country owner's manual about my forks as I'm approaching 17,000 miles on my 2012 XC. I was thinking about replacing the brake fluid as the bike will soon be considered 3 years old. Polaris is probably the same with both brands.
Finished work today, sat in dealership 6 hours. One thing for sure I will not change the fork oil the next 15K. 30K, maybe. I wish someone would tell me why that oil needs changing in 15 thousand miles. Even the techs couldn't understand why it is recommended. And why not put drain plugs in the bottom? Is it really all about the money?They're are going to complete the work Thursday, I'll let you know for sure. Tech said he would be removing the forks.
NO Motorcycle is an Investment! It is a depreciating asset. You will lose money just like I have with many motorcycles over my years,Thank you, IndyJoe. It may be sticker shock for some but be mindful we purchased a premium motorcycle they are investments, and its gonna cost a little along the way to keep it in like new condition. I think this first year run will become collector items someday.