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    Default New Honda Fury Pics

    I know most of you guys aren't into the chopper thing but I think Honda did a great job on this bike.




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    OK, I'll make the first comment a dissenting one. Yuck! Even though they don't suit me, I do like choppers and the "chopper style" but this bike really doesn't grab me at all.



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    Default I love it it reminds me of my brothers

    750 chopped honda when i was growing up,I will have to locate some pics its the same stlye from 70's chopper he made. Then he moved on to Harley and Truimphs but i always loved that honda,must be why i love the valk .But i love al bikes
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    Quote Originally Posted by holmes View Post
    OK, I'll make the first comment a dissenting one. Yuck! Even though they don't suit me, I do like choppers and the "chopper style" but this bike really doesn't grab me at all.
    You see a picture that's complete, I see a canvas to work with.

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    I guess for a chopper it's not to bad... I like to look at choppers...
    But not my cup of tea...
    And yes I agree ... Lamont ...
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    I wouldn't want to ride it coast to coast. but I think it is a sharp looking bike. I really think they did an excellent job of making that radiator as unnobtrusive as possible. I do believe they will sell a few !
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaMonster View Post
    You see a picture that's complete, I see a canvas to work with.
    Very true. I've no doubt it will be fun as hell to customize but I still can't figure Honda out and where they want to go. I'd love to seem them revamp the Goldwing and take a stab at redoing the ST to be a more competitive sport touring bike. Oh well, as Burgess Meredith once said in a movie: "you can wish in one hand and crap in the other and see which one gets filled first."

    What did you end up doing with the X and the Boss Hoss?



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    Quote Originally Posted by holmes View Post
    Very true. I've no doubt it will be fun as hell to customize but I still can't figure Honda out and where they want to go. I'd love to seem them revamp the Goldwing and take a stab at redoing the ST to be a more competitive sport touring bike. Oh well, as Burgess Meredith once said in a movie: "you can wish in one hand and crap in the other and see which one gets filled first."

    What did you end up doing with the X and the Boss Hoss?
    Sold the X shortly after I go the 109 and I sold the Boss just before I got the Spyder.

    I'm pretty sure this will be my next bike.

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    Now those are pretty sweet. For a bike that size they appear to handle well at low speed. You going to rig a trailer to tow?



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    Hey Lamont,

    I love all bikes... and this is like a bare Valkyrie.... there is going to be a lot of modification done by a lot of folks.... I would imagine a lot of customizing like done on the VTX board.

    Smilin' Jack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smilin Jack View Post
    Hey Lamont,

    I love all bikes... and this is like a bare Valkyrie.... there is going to be a lot of modification done by a lot of folks.... I would imagine a lot of customizing like done on the VTX board.

    Smilin' Jack
    My guess is you'll start seeing more Big Dog type mods to this bike, pipes and paint to start. I don't think anyone is going to make this a touring bike but I would ride it cross country just to say I did.

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    P.J. Chopper? (Plain Jane Chopper) hee hee


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    At first sight... hadnt followed any threads or stories leading up to this post... so first reaction is..... I like it and theres a nice platform with which to make personal changes to make it my own ( pulling off all the reflectors, signals, DOT-mandated stuff, etc)... if its priced right Honda might get me to buy one... I kinda wanted a nice bar-bike to play with...

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    You go to bars? ha ha Roy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mosa View Post
    I kinda wanted a nice bar-bike to play with...

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    DUDe, You still got that hot little cl100 sittin in a box. Chop, cut rebuild.....

    That'd be a bar bike!!



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    The Fury has a lot of possibilities. I like it but would start the mods pretty quick. This bike could be made to look very custom without a lot of time. I like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yogi View Post
    DUDe, You still got that hot little cl100 sittin in a box. Chop, cut rebuild.....

    That'd be a bar bike!!

    good point... cl100 chopper!
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