2015 Honda Fury
The Honda Fury is without a doubt one of the most stylish motorcycles in is class. Its radical design will certainly turn a lot of heads, while its roaring engine helps you get a healthy dose of adrenaline each time you jump on its saddle.
Talking about the engine, the Honda Fury is propelled by a liquid - cooled, 52 degrees, V - twin, SOHC unit with a displacement of 1312 cc. The engine features PGM-FI with automatic Enricher circuit and is mated on a five speed transmission.
The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a high-tensile steel frame which further enhances the bike’s handling.
The stopping power is handled by a single 336 mm-diameter front-disc brake which is paired with a 296 mm brake disc in back. An ABS system is also available as an option.
Hit the jump for more information on the Honda Fury.
2015 Honda Fury
Engine:Liquid-cooled 52 degrees V-twin
Energy:Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI)
Top Speed:110 mph (Est.)
When was the last time you saw a beige motorcycle? Motorcycling has never been about blending in or being one of the herd. And that’s especially true in the world of cruisers and customs. But we think a bike has to work as good as it looks, and that’s what really sets the Honda Fury apart. Wanna turn some heads? The Fury is guaranteed to do that. But it’s also for riders who want a machine that they can cruise on all day long, that doesn’t spend its life in the service bay. Long, lean and mean, stretching nearly six feet from axle to axle, this is an outrageous testimony to the builder’s art. And the power and sound coming from its big 1312cc V-twin? Pure music. With clean, crisp lines few customs ever achieve, the Fury is as eye-catching when it’s stopped as when it’s rolling down the highway. One ride, and you’ll be hooked.
2015 Honda Fury Key Features:
V-Twin Power and Torque.
You won’t find a V-twin more righteous than the Fury’s, a 52º, 1312cc brute, putting out heaps of power and torque—and a sound that is pure V-twin soul.
Custom Touches Abound.
Want to give your personal Fury some personal finishing touches? We hear ya: Check out our line of Honda Accessories, designed to make this unique machine shine a little brighter.
2015 Honda Fury Key Features:
Not Just a Chopper. A Honda.
Nothing looks like a chopper, that’s for sure. Problem is, a lot of choppers don’t work as good as they look. And that’s where the Fury really stands out. Boasting innovative features like Programmed Fuel Injection, custom-cast wheels, specially designed shaft drive, and, of course, that monster 1312cc V-twin, the Fury also offers the reliability and fit-and-finish that have made Honda famous.
A single powerful 336mm-diameter front-disc brake is complemented by a 296mm brake disc in back. An ABS version is also available.
A raked-out front end and condensed, hard-tail look to the rear, plus a stretched wheelbase. And that long wheelbase is no illusion—the Fury stretches a full 71.2 inches between axles.
High-Tensile Steel Frame
The Fury’s high-tensile steel frame is the centerpiece to this machine’s open, minimalist chopper styling. It’s functional too, delivering smooth ride quality and responsive handling.
The Fury is one of the most authentic, radically styled custom motorcycles that Honda has ever produced. It features a teardrop seamless fuel tank, an ingenious single-shock rear suspension system and an aluminum swingarm.
Forget about fiddling with a choke—the Fury’s fuel-injection system means no-hassle startups on cold mornings or at high altitudes.
1300cc V-Twin Engine
A powerful 1312cc, 52-degree V-twin engine with a single-pin crankshaft and dual balancers has plenty of torque, and the feel only a V-twin can deliver.
The Fury’s super-low 26.7-inch seat height is an integral design element that fits in behind the slim and long fuel tank.
Shaft Final Drive
The shaft final drive is quiet, clean and has been uniquely integrated into the overall design.
The Fury’s engine features specially designed camshafts that also add to the unique V-twin sound and power-pulse exhaust sensations.
Unique Wheels and Tires
A fat 200-series rear tire is paired with a slim 21-inch front tire, both wrapped around distinctive alloy wheels.
|Engine Type||Liquid-cooled 52 degrees V-twin|
|Bore and Stroke||89.5mm x 104.3mm|
|Induction||PGM-FI with automatic enricher circuit, one 38mm throttle body|
|Ignition||Digital with three-dimensional mapping, two spark plugs per cylinder|
|Valve Train||SOHC; three valves per cylinder|
|Front Suspension||45mm fork; 4.0 inches travel|
|Rear Suspension||Single shock with adjustable rebound-damping and five-position spring-preload adjustability; 3.7 inches travel|
|Front Brake||Single 336 mm disc with twin-piston caliper|
|Rear Brake||Single 296 mm disc with single-piston caliper|
|Rake||32° (Caster Angle)|
|Trail||92mm (3.6 inches)|
|Seat Height||26.9 inches|
|Curb Weight||663 pounds (Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and a full tank of fuel ready to ride)|
|Fuel Capacity||3.4 gallons|
|Miles Per Gallon||45 MPG*|
|*Miles per gallon values are calculated estimates of fuel consumed during laboratory exhaust emissions tests specified by the EPA, not during on road riding. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you ride and maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, cargo and accessories, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.|
|Emissions||Meets current EPA standards. California version meets current California Air Resources Board (CARB) standards and may differ slightly due to emissions equipment.|
|Available Colors||Black/Gray, Candy Red|
|Factory Warranty||One Year, unlimited-mileage limited warranty; extended coverage available with a Honda Protection Plan.|
"Sporting a unique style of both cruiser and bobber, the 2015 Honda Fury Motorcycle offers up a powerful ride thanks to a 1312cc V-Twin fuel-injected engine along with a reliable shaft drive system, custom cast wheels, a sleek frame that measures six feet from axle to axle, and a brand new optional beige color scheme that is sure to turn heads on the strip. Available this November. No word yet on pricing." — GearMoose