Honda Fury Motorcycle

honda fury motorcycle

The Honda Fury Motorcycle was was brought forth into the world in January 2009 and first sold to the public in May 2009. The evolution and idea behind the Honda Fury Motorcycle was to develop and create a motorcycle to attract to the custom made chopper marketplace. Built on on the 1,312 cc (80.1 cu in) V-twin engine from the Honda VTX 1300 motorcycle, the Honda Fury Motorcycle has an entirely original frame from the ground up and bodywork one would expect being placed on a chopper motorcycle. The Honda Fury Motorcycle is not meant to displace any models in the current Honda lineup. The rear wheel is driven using a driveshaft, paired to a five-speed transmission.

There’s no motorcycle anyplace, on any street, or in any garage, that can begin to compare to the all new Honda Fury Motorcycle. The eminent headpipe, the graceful swoop of the bare spinal frame tube and teardrop shaped gas tank, and the tire-hugging fender flares give the Honda Fury Motorcycle some of the cleanest, coolest lines ever created in the custom cruiser motorcycle world. The look, the sound, and the feel, the Honda Fury Motorcycle is the most unparalleled custom-made motorcycle that Honda has ever set loose for the pleasure of the motorcycle world as a whole.

The center of any motorcycle is its engine. And the new Honda Fury Motorcycle has a beauty that is all it’s own. Of course it’s a strong V-twin motor and Honda gave it a single-pin crankshaft so it feels like a twin engine should. New fuel injection makes sure of a strongthrottle response and no-hassle starts, even on cold days. And a freshly designed exhaust scheme brings it all together with a screaming V-twin sound and power that will give you sensations unlike any other motorcycle before.

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11 Comments

  • 1
    September 5, 2011 - 5:32 am | Permalink

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    • 2
      October 1, 2011 - 7:44 am | Permalink

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  • 3
    September 5, 2011 - 5:56 pm | Permalink

    This is what a good, accurate, detailed motorcycle book is supposed to be. You get great information and fantastic pictures of original, historically important motorcycles, their riders and the facts that go with them. There is so much speculation these days by people who think they remember what happened, or what a bike was supposed to look like, or when a particular feature was added or changed in a particular model line. This book sets a lot of that straight. It seems the author knows and has spoken personally to the factory racers, mechanics, engineers and competitors to get the information. I got the impression that the author and the historic people themselves were good friends! I got a kick out of the Soichiro Honda quote the first time he rode the great CB 750 in 1969. It really brings characters to life.Jeff Hackett is frequently used as a resource, as he is one of the top authorities on photographing and restoring old Hondas among other motorcycles. Many of the top authorities, authors and restorers have been accessed to create this book. To top it off I get great, color, engine-out photos of the famous RC-166 and RC-160 motors that so much legend has been made of. This all in consideration, the book is not the absolute last word on Honda motorcycles, as many models, specifically US models and some others have been omitted or intentionally left-out. Thankfully, there are other top notch books like that written by Bill Silver that pick up any slack that was omitted herein, but this is the best effort so far at being far better than any “coffee table book” and definitely a must for the restorer or researcher. This is not a re-hashed and fluffed-up “coffee table book”, as it is really an up-to-date, detailed history with a bit of myth and legend mixed it for good balance and flow. You should read it end to end; but, you can just as easily flip through it now and then for a “fix” as well. Either way, this is one book you should have in your collection.For the record, I have personally started restoring old Hondas and this book no doubt will pay for itself repeatedly over the years as I take on new projects!

    • 4
      October 2, 2011 - 6:10 am | Permalink

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    November 25, 2011 - 5:53 am | Permalink

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