Here is the facts on the belt position on the V Stars. The belt will ride toward the outside edge (but not rubbing) of the rear pulley when moving forward when the tire is aligned properly The front drive pulley and rear drive pulley are not in the same plane. The rear drive pulley sits further inside the bike than the drive pulley does.
The 950 calls for 3mm-5mm of tension from the factory which is way too tight, and yes way too tight. This will eventually lead to rear drive pulley needle bearing failure. Also check that the front pulley nut is not loose, and the washer behind it. There have been cases of where the front drive pulley nut was not torqued to speck, but they are staked so they don't move, but the washer underneath does and this will cause the front drive pulley to wobble and eventually destroy the output shaft splines.
Last edited by baron58; 05-30-2017 at 07:10 AM.