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“Major necessary parts discontiued”

Written on: 19/03/2014 by odMoore268 (1 review written)

I have a 2003 V92c Classic Cruiser. The speedometer quit working and it is combined as a sealed unit in the instrument cluster mounted on the headlight. In less then 10years this very important part seems to no longer be available. The answer I received from dealers and Polaris itself, the best answer is I can no longer use a motorcycle because it is useless without a speedometer. They could not even give me an alternative. I own a 2000 Harley Fatboy that the Victory mimics. There is no… Read Full Review

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“Victory Motorcycles Build Quality ”

Written on: 26/11/2012

Hi This is in response to a recent post I have seen mentioning that there was very little available on the net about Victory Build Quality I have been driving motorcycles from the age of 16 and have had a few different Brands over the years ,Yamaha /Honda/ Cagiva /Ducati/Triumph and Victory is at the Bottom of that list in regards to Build Quality , Honda was probably best for me For this particular Victory Here is the list of my concern I have purchased my Victory Jackpot in April 2006… Read Full Review

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“Poor quality, Poor dealerships, Australia.”

Written on: 01/11/2012

Hi. I had a 2011 Victory Vegas. Continual problems with transmission , fuel injection, torgue compensator , many unexplained and concerning noises. Dealerships in NSW Australia had little knowledge and less effort in correcting problems.I had many large capacity bikes over thirty years. This was one of the worst. The bike was a real heap of Junk. Lost a lot of money to get rid of it. Underhanded Dearlerships… Read Full Review

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“The Polaris Victory is a nice looking bike, but not as...”

Written on: 27/06/2009

The Polaris Victory is a nice looking bike, but not as good as my older harley… Read Full Review

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“I have a Polaris Victory 01 v92 deluxe never a problem...”

Written on: 03/04/2009 by Bull 53 (1 review written)

I have a Polaris Victory 01 v92 deluxe never a problem other than a couple of recalls so what bmw ducatti and harley all have recalls out.They all do, stage 1 kit and it runs like a champ .My younger brother has a 02 tc (victory) loves it My older brother bought a used 01 classic with 17,000 miles on it ,loves it now has 35000 on it.
My best friend bought a 01 after riding mine. He moved up to a 04 ness victory loves the bike… Read Full Review

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Jblackstock's Response to Bull 53's Review

Written on: 24/07/2013

I have this same model. I put five thousand miles on it this summer, mostly riding two-up, bringing the bike to about 16k total. The bike has given no sign of a problem to me or to its previous owner. I do wish the company would not abandon early models so that parts were hard to find, but the bike itself is fun and sturdy.

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★★★★★

“Bought the Polaris Victory after owning a Yamaha...”

Written on: 11/09/2008 by Lurk (1 review written)

Bought the Polaris Victory after owning a Yamaha enduro and a Suzuki SV650 best bike I have ever riden. The best thing is the bike is made completely in USA (Minnesota to be exact) except the front fork (Italy) and now that everything thing we buy now (even Harley) is made or designed in Japan… Read Full Review

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“I have a 2005 Polaris Victory Vegas, I have owned this...”

Written on: 01/09/2008

I have a 2005 Polaris Victory Vegas, I have owned this bike for two years, it has 11000+ problem free miles.I absolutely love this bike, dont regret buying it for one minute!… Read Full Review

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“I had previously owned a 2000 V92sc and my wife had a...”

Written on: 05/08/2008 by tinsizzle (1 review written)

I had previously owned a 2000 V92sc and my wife had a 1999 V92c. I upgraded to a 2007 Vegas Premium and she now has a 2008 Vegas Premium Low. The ride is greatly improved and there is considerably more power. We have gone on several poker runs and these bikes will run with any of the others. With the 6 speed transmission the top end is much faster than you will want to go… Read Full Review

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“Great alternative true american muscle cruiser. Very...”

Written on: 11/07/2008 by STURMERBUG (1 review written)

Great alternative true american muscle cruiser. Very very impressed… Read Full Review

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★★☆☆☆

“Took a couple of Polaris Victory's out for a test...”

Written on: 09/06/2008 by tman001 (1 review written)

Took a couple of Polaris Victory's out for a test drive. I don't mind the looks compared to some other bikes on the road. Though I do prefer the 70-80's classic look (if it's been long enough to call it that). I found that the power was smooth during acceleration, though the transmission made a bad clunking sound when changing gears with the clutch fully engaged, I didn't even try to quick shift it. The gearing also felt sloppy, mainly in the lower gears. As for the gauges I didn't like that… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“Best V-twin on the market. Brand X should take notes....”

Written on: 14/04/2008

Best V-twin on the market. Brand X should take notes. After 50,000 miles it's still an excellant motorcycle and very dependable… Read Full Review

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“I am a very proud Polaris Victory owner, I have...”

Written on: 17/02/2008 by help4117 (1 review written)

I am a very proud Polaris Victory owner, I have invested a lot of money on my bike as well as my clothing (Victory patch work). I feel good with my bike and love the attention it deserves to get. I hope dealerships can be more helpful and less argumentative with every concern a new owner has. Remember these bikes cost as much as a fully loaded car in some cases… Read Full Review

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“My Victory is a 2002 TC with 20,000 miles. I would not...”

Written on: 21/01/2008 by ssiggins (1 review written)

My Victory is a 2002 TC with 20,000 miles. I would not hesitate to take it across country with the experience I have had with this scooter. Victory is a geat bike. As it grows in market share so will service and availablity. I have owned two of them now. My first one was a 2001 Crusier. Great dealer in Arlington, TX. Victory of Arlington.
PS I didn't buy either bike from them. they weren't around when I purchased the two bikes… Read Full Review

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“I would not own any other motorcycle.”

Written on: 07/12/2007 by nickkrugh (1 review written)

I would not own any other motorcycle… Read Full Review

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★☆☆☆☆

“I bought my 2003 Polaris Victory classic brand new and...”

Written on: 02/12/2007

I bought my 2003 Polaris Victory classic brand new and stil in the crate last year. I've got 2100 miles on it and have had nothing but one problem after another. I had the dealer install Stage one pipes and it took them over a month to get the bike running at all. They couldn't figure out how to get it properly mapped out. I've gone through 2 fuel pumps already. The gas tank makes a horrible whinning noise when I get down to 2 gallons. I've "run out of fuel" with 2 gallons still in the tank… Read Full Review

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“Transmission lost 2nd and 3rd gear, and polaris told...”

Written on: 18/11/2007 by lewis c (1 review written)

Transmission lost 2nd and 3rd gear, and polaris told me that i had to buy a 1700 dollar up-grade kit. I would think that they would stand behind part's but I was wrong! Will never buy another victory!… Read Full Review

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“I have a new 07 Vegas that was purchased one week ago....”

Written on: 02/11/2007 by RINGOKID585 (1 review written)

I have a new 07 Vegas that was purchased one week ago. Today, after a short 5 mile ride when I turned off the kill switch, the motor kept running. I attempted to turn off the key and the same. I realized it was the starter motor that was engaged continuously. Finally after about two minutes, the starter fired. The bike has only 100 miles on it and needless to say I am very worried now about the quality and reliability.
Has this ever happened to anyone else?… Read Full Review

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“Disapointed with the Polaris Victory. Continued...”

Written on: 27/10/2007 by focholm (1 review written)

Disapointed with the Polaris Victory. Continued problems with fuel system low fuel warning. The shop performed recall on fuel pump clip and they just can't get it right. Concerns on axle replacement. Clutch cable broke at 3400 miles, found design flaw with cable, yet it was not covered under warranty. Brakes wear out fast, even with reasonable breaking habits. I try to like it, yet with all the problems I am concerned on how long it will last before the next problem occurs… Read Full Review

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“08 Harley Dyna Lowrider like the one I had = $17,000 ”

Written on: 29/09/2007 by docspine (1 review written)

08 Harley Dyna Lowrider like the one I had = $17,000
06 Ninja 650 R like the one I had = $ 6200
Total = $ 23000
08 Victory 8-ball = $13600 NICE!… Read Full Review

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“I have owned my Polaris Victory now for only three...”

Written on: 05/09/2007 by 4razorbacks (1 review written)

I have owned my Polaris Victory now for only three months and have 2000+ miles on it. Never once have I had a single issue with it other than I don't have enough to to spend riding it. I bought a Harley in October 2006 and one test ride on my Victory Hammer and I knew I had made a terrible mistake. So, before jumping on a new Hammer I tested all the Harley's and Triumphs that interested me and test rode several Victories before deciding on the Hammer. I feel Victory is on the right path with… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“The dealership could have done more to inform me of...”

Written on: 11/11/2006 by Del Lawrence (1 review written)

The dealership could have done more to inform me of what to expect with service charges and what can or cannot be done on a Saturday service… Read Full Review

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“I already have 5000 miles on my Polaris Victory and...”

Written on: 13/09/2006 by kwh (1 review written)

I already have 5000 miles on my Polaris Victory and all I can say is "Wow, what a bike and what a dealer"! The dealer went through incredible lengths to help my wife "surprise" me with this bike for my birthday. Ever since, they have done fantastic on the issue of service, including cost and handling the couple of trivial adjustments that needed correction. The bike is the best I've ever owned. People stop me everywhere I go to comment on how hot this thing is. I can't even sit at a stop light… Read Full Review

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“Pretty bike with only these few bad points; brakes,...”

Written on: 28/08/2006 by brerran (1 review written)

Pretty bike with only these few bad points; brakes, oil lines, fuel economy, gauges, fuel injection, fuel tank fit, throttle position sensor, internal oil cavity alignment, transmission "clank", mysterious rear wheel lock-ups, constant recalls, factory service and crazy high price tag.Good lookin' bike, just don't ever ride it unless you like being stranded or being a road pizza… Read Full Review

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Philakapd's Response to brerran's Review

Written on: 02/09/2006

Amen! I feel for you Sir! Have a look at my story located on this message board. I'm considering creating a website for those with complaints here in the States. It's unbelievable what consumers deal with on a daily basis.

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“I love the Polaris Victory motorcycle. It is a show...”

Written on: 24/11/2005 by David Bridwell (2 reviews written)

I love the Polaris Victory motorcycle. It is a show stopper right out of the box. Power is excellent. People always want to look at this machine. I have 4000 miles on my 04 Vegas, and no trouble at all. Handling could be improved, but is still OK… Read Full Review

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Written on: 13/08/2005 by philakapd (2 reviews written)



Hi,

I purchased a new 2003 Victory Classic Cruiser two years ago. The
bike currently has about 4200 miles on it and I'm still having problems keeping it on the road. The bike has its problems and the dealership cannot seem to take care of them. I've already had it towed to the dealer twice in the last two months. It's getting expensive and frustrating to have someone drop me off and pick me up each time it's in for service.

The customer service at K&W Motor sports is great, the
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Moron's Response to philakapd's Review

Written on: 05/11/2005

This sounds like a bogus report to me. Gee is it under warranty and did you buy the extended warranty? You only have to tell us once. st of all if the bike has a good rep. you don't need an extended warranty. If your haveing all this trouble then you have the lemon law. Ok now lets get some real reviews from real owners !!!

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Lurk's Response to philakapd's Review

Written on: 11/09/2008

I own a 2000 victory V92SC love the bike never any problems with it with 13000 miles on it stage one upgrade (exhaust and intake) great bike. I have owned several bikes my all time fav. My cousin also has a 2003 victory vegas loves that bike and is looking to buy a new victory and he also has owned several bikes along with a harley and still would rather have a Victory. also have a friend Jeff who has a 2003 vages and loves that bike and would never buy anything else. I also have a friend that owns his own shop in town and he never has a victory in his shop other than on upgrades because they dont break down. I also live in MN (where Victory is made) so there are a lot of them around here everyone that I know has riden one puts they bike up for sale to buy a victory.

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Philakapd's Response to philakapd's Review

Written on: 02/09/2006

Referenced a few different attorneys in the Metro Detroit area. Basically, because the bike is working at this very moment...there isn't much to be done legally. I was told to take the bike out and ride it until it quits on me again; it will make for a better case in front of a judge. I can't bring myself to sell this piece of junk to anyone else...it wouldn't be fair. I'm still trying to figure out how to jump off the bike at 90 MPH without killing myself so I can RAM it into a brick wall: then I'll just claim it on insurance :) LOL
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<br/>Good luck to those of you who purchase the Polaris Victory. You will see all kinds of smiles at the dealership the day you buy your new toy; your fooling yourself if you think you&#039;re getting customer support after that. Don&#039;t forget to buy the extended warranty. It&#039;s absolutely useless because Polaris won&#039;t fix the bike anyway, but atleast they can get another $800.00 out of you before you drive off.
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Brerran's Response to philakapd's Review

Written on: 29/08/2006

I had the exact same experience from my Victory. Everytime I tried to ride, it broke down. My back engine died and locked up my rear tire in the middle of a curve because my throttle position sensor went out. Skidding sideways on a bike isn&#039;t a good idea. I was blessed to regain control. My dealer sucked, once I waited two months in the shop for a part. The parent company Polaris didn&#039;t care one bit! I wrote then, I called them. They don&#039;t care about you or your problems with their products. By the way the lemon law sucks. By the time you pay the attorney it isn&#039;t worth it. Luckily I was able to unload my 2000 Victory sport cruiser hunk of junk to some chump in New York.
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<br/>PS. Someone I work with had the exact same bike. He had to have his engine rebuilt after 1000 miles because his internal oil cavities didn&#039;t line up properly. Nice!!

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228583_Sweave1's Response to philakapd's Review

Written on: 05/02/2006

Customer Service number? Try the Polaris web site!
Contact Information: Polaris Direct, 2100 Highway 55, Medina, MN 55340-9800
1-800-304-6067, Available 7 days a week, 7:00 am to 11:00 pm central time
Email customer service at: consumer.service@purepolaris.com

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Philakapd's Response to philakapd's Review

Written on: 15/11/2005

Owe $10,500. That's what I would ask for. I live in Detroit...USA!

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Moron's Response to philakapd's Review

Written on: 15/11/2005

well you might want to check the lemon law again but until then how much do you want for the bike?

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Philakapd's Response to philakapd's Review

Written on: 07/11/2005

This report couldn't be more real...sorry to say. The bike IS under warranty. I DID purchase the extended warranty. Hmmmm, where do I start. OK. Did you know the warranty does NOT cover towing! So we'll start the "warranty" math approach you have. $130.00 towing charge (one way 13 miles) x time off work x embarrasement of getting rides from friends or family to pick- up bike x "maintanance parts" (things like lubrications, spark plugs, etc) and the labor for those items ARE NOT COVERED UNDER ANY WARRANTIES!!! I spent $800.00 on the exteded warranty and I don't use it yet. The bike still has the original. I also spent about $700.00 out of pocket for the previously mentioned. I have been stuck on the side of the road a few times, and I cannot drive more than a few miles from home because I don't know what's going to happen with the machine.
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<br>I called Polaris, wrote them letters, and I'm not kidding when I say they left me for dead. I never heard a word back from their corporated division. Don't believe me? Go ahead, look for a customer service number...ANYWHERE. You won't find it on service tickets, their websites, or even in a google search. You have to write them. What is that all about? I waited months and never heard a thing.
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<br>I'm not a mechanic. The bike will not consistently run for more than 100 miles before it "bogs down", backfires, smells of gas from the tailpipes, uresponsive throttle, "dummy lights" appear, etc. There isn't a lemon law because they keep replacing DIFFERENT PARTS trying to find the source of the problem. They keep telling me it's fixed every time I pick it up. But last month I didn't make it 3 miles before the bike quit. I was so mad. I literally have 15 service sheets from the last two years. I put a whopping 300 miles on it this year (8 months of potential riding).
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<br>And yes, to top it off; the bike now has different chemicals that have hit the saddle bags, engine mounts, chrome, etc. These were pointed out to the service manager. It was never corrected.
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<br>So, is it real? Yes.
<br> Am I upset? Yes.
<br>Did Polaris help? No
<br>Would I buy another Polaris Victory? What do you think?
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<br>My hands are tied. I cannot fix the bike personally. There is only one dealership I can take it too. I don't have any support from anywhere. This stinks.

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★★★★★

“If you want a big motorcycle with great looks and...”

Written on: 12/06/2005 by dutchman 79 (1 review written)

If you want a big motorcycle with great looks and performane out of the box, then this Polaris Victory is the bike for you… Read Full Review

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“I have enjoyed every moment aboard this Victory/Arlen...”

Written on: 16/04/2005 by kooeskooee (1 review written)

I have enjoyed every moment aboard this Victory/Arlen Ness creation that has a lot of riders dreaming. With a little imagination a "very special" ride can be put together. The stock 04' Arlen Ness Vegas takes you about 88.2 percent of the way there. The few drawbacks mentioned (i.e saddle, windshield, signals, tank design)are the last thing you're thinking of when you're cruising on this proud warrior. If it was perfect on the showroom floor, the challenge of final design additions (leather… Read Full Review

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“I LOVE THIS BIKE. Word of advice to anyone that has...”

Written on: 08/03/2005 by nashvilleoutlaw (1 review written)

I LOVE THIS BIKE. Word of advice to anyone that has not had a cruiser. Test ride it first, this Polaris Victory motorcycle is not a CBR929 it doesn't drive like one nor would I expect it to. I got 600 miles on it now and would have twice that if it wasn't for the 7 inches of snow over christmas… Read Full Review

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“I have a V92C Polaris Victory motorcycle. After a...”

Written on: 02/08/2004 by martinrj (1 review written)

I have a V92C Polaris Victory motorcycle. After a looonnng break in riding this is my first getting back into it. Wow! The power is unbelievable. I got mine off of eBay and paid way less than the 10k it was worth. Now I am looking to make one a trike and customize another… Read Full Review

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“I would have liked to test ride this Polaris Victory...”

Written on: 15/07/2004 by vandedd1 (1 review written)

I would have liked to test ride this Polaris Victory Motorcycle befor buying. The dealer will not take it back after having owned it for less than a day. Deal was good but I hate the bike now. The Transmission feels like a old car with a bad universal. A lot of slop in 1st, 2nd, 3rd gear. Dealer said they would look at it, but I don't expect the problem to be corrected. I will let you know if it is… Read Full Review

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198299_Stever212's Response to vandedd1's Review

Written on: 19/06/2005

Must be a previous in-line 4 owner. Victory Vegas rocks in comfort, speed, ease of shifting compared to HD duce. Yes most real Big V-Twins are a bit clunky between 10-20mph. But who wants to ride at that speed anyway??

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Vandedd1's Response to vandedd1's Review

Written on: 22/07/2005

Ah, but the Harley Davidson is not clunky at low speeds and rides much better than the victory. I have a O5 Harley Delux softail. Great bike especially after the exhaust change & a race tuner. Then it really rocks. No vibration in this bike and at 65 & above, a lot less vibration then the victory.

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★★★★★

“I have owned my 2002 Tourning Cruiser Delux for 1 year...”

Written on: 04/04/2004 by mcjrutz (1 review written)

I have owned my 2002 Tourning Cruiser Delux for 1 year now. Have about 5500 of trouble free miles on it. I bought this bike after test riding all other big bikes both American and Japanese. With my 6 foot frame the Victory had the best comfort for the long trips. Buying Victory's best bike with all the added on goodies included made me feel I didn't have to spend a bunch more to make it complete, as you would with the other American Bike. Anyone looking for a smooth, fast, great handling… Read Full Review

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“Myself and three friends have purchsed Victory classic...”

Written on: 16/07/2003 by Joe. (1 review written)

Myself and three friends have purchsed Victory classic and a touring cruiser. This is by far the best bike I have ever ridden! The power and design are unbeatable we turn heads where ever we go and the rice is fantastic. Victory is an all american made bike all parts are USA made with the exception of the Forks which are made in italy. This is definatly the new American bike!… Read Full Review

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153358_Sportsterbob's Response to 116167_Joe.'s Review

Written on: 28/04/2004

Joe
<br>What type of bikes did you and your friends have before the Victory?

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