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Honda Fury

Honda Fury

Posted on by Serafim  

The 2014 Honda Fury continues to impress us with its spectacular appearance. Being without a doubt one of the best looking custom-styled motorcycles in its class, the 2014 Honda Fury is propelled by a 52-degree 1,312cc injected v-twin engine which delivers a fuel consumption of 45 MPG. The unit transfers its power to the rear wheel through a five-speed gearbox with shaft final drive.

The motorcycle weighs 663 lbs and its wheel base measures 71.2"- long (1,808mm) which not only gives it a sleek profile but also helps it stay better planted on its wheels at both high and low speeds.

Talking about speed, it is kept in check by a set of big front 336mm and rear 296mm rotors which can be combined with an optional ABS system for extra stopping safety.

Available from January 2014 the new Honda Fury is offered with a base price of $13,390.

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Posted on by Sulthoni  

The Honda VT1300CXA Fury can be instantly recognized after its custom chopper look. The most notable design cues are the elongated, aerodynamic fuel tank, the old school headlight and the long front fork.

The motorcycle is propelled by a big 1,312 cc, liquid-cooled, 52-degree, V-twin engine that rewards you with a strong low-end and midrange torque. The engine cranks out 74 hp at 5000 rpm and its power is kept in leash by a five speed transmission.

The stopping power is assured by a Honda’s Combined Braking System with ABS - a strong combination that delivers first class performances.

The bike has also received an ingenious single-shock rear suspension with adjustable rebound damping and five-position spring preload adjustment that offers a comfortable ride.

As far as price is concerned, the Honda VT1300CXA Fury can be yours for not less than $13,999.

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Posted on by Sulthoni  

In the latest years the demand for custom motorcycles has grown bigger than ever, so there is no wonder why Honda decided to join the race. Fortunately it models are as good we expected to be, but one of its most popular custom models is the Fury – a complete motorcycle wrapped in a tasty design language and fitted with a long list of modern features.

At the heart of this beauty lies an imposing 1312cc V-twin, PGM-FI engine which sends its power to the rear wheel through a five-speed transmission.

Like any respectable Honda bike, the Fury offers excellent ergonomics, rewarding its rider with a big, sculpted seat, a comfortable handlebar and a non intrusive fuel tank.

As far as brakes are concerned, the Honda Fury is equipped with a single 336 mm disc with twin-piston caliper up front and a rear single 296 mm disc with single-piston caliper.

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Posted on by Sulthoni

The Honda Fury was designed for the wild rider that lies in anyone of us. The bike’s radical lines give it a head-turning look and we especially like the front spoiler LED accent lights, passenger backrest pad and the sleek, boulevard screen. Not to mention about the numerous chromed details which further enhance the classy look of the chopper.

The high-mount steering head gives the frame a see-through, open-air look with plenty of breathing room between the tank/upper frame and the front cylinder head. The 2012 Honda Fury ABS is powered by a 1312cc liquid-cooled 52° V-twin mated on a five speed transmission.

The bike rides on a fat 200-series rear tire paired with a slim 21-inch front wheel. The suspensions include a front 45mm fork and a rear single shock with adjustable rebound damping and five-position spring preload adjustability.

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Posted on by Maxx Biker 5

Honda was the first ever manufacturer to unveil a veritable production chopper. Yet, the public isn’t as surprised as initially expected not only because it managed to get a glimpse of the bike thanks to the different leaks, but also because the bike itself isn’t as innovative and mind-blowing as initially thought. Definitely not a disappointment, the Fury looks like a rocket taking off and if not towards your garage, you’re going to experience some sleepless nights.

Posted on by Maxx Biker

Honda has come up with yet another video of the Fury model, their first production chopper, which was specifically built for the US market.

The clip is destined to promote the unleashed beast on the TV screen and looks like a preview for a horror movie, continuing so the creative path indicated with the launch of the new model’s dedicated website.

Source: motoflash
Posted on by Maxx Biker

Despite the fact that the Fury isn’t scheduled for official release until the New York International Motorcycle Show on Friday, we’ve come across what seems to be the first official picture of Honda’s all-new chopper that is ready to hit dealerships any moment after the launch.

The picture shows a long (actually, at 1808.5mm, the Fury has the longest wheelbase of any production motorcycle ever built), low and sleek motorcycle that looks like nothing ever built before by Honda and yet exactly how the Honda Fury patent images did.

As we anticipated, the bike is powered by a fuel injected version of the 1312cc liquid-cooled V-twin on the Honda VTX1300. Other great features are the 200mm wide rear tire, 21-inch front wheel and also the fact that the Fury features a shaft drive instead of belt, like on most custom models and choppers.

Posted on by Maxx Biker

Honda will definitely launch the enigmatic Fury model at the upcoming New York Motorcycle Show on January 16.

After presenting you the spy shots of this future custom Honda motorcycle and having made a clearer idea by seeing the patent drawings of the Japanese manufacturer, now only a week separates us from unveiling the mystery wave behind this all-new model.

In order to increase the thrill, Honda has launched a site which counts down the days, hours, minutes and seconds until the great launch. At the time I wrote this news there were 07d, 23h, 29m and 55s left.

Honda Fury Countdown.

Source: motoflash

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