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Just picked up my Fury yesterday. It's sweeeet! Rides and shifts smooooth! Maybe, a little too smooth.

I also ride a HD RoadKing Classic and really enjoy the vibration and exhaust feedback from the Harley (or maybe I'm just used to it).

The Fury is too quiet. And it barely vibrates at a stop. I need to burp the throttle just to reassure myself it's still running.

Needless to say, I eagerly await more blacked-out exhaust choices in the future.

Keep the shiny side up and the rubber side down!
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Number 002, that is Awesome! Aloha from a Hawaiian Native, Born and Raised, and a fellow Iraq/Afghanistan Veteran :cool: HooRah!
 

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Number 002, that is Awesome! Aloha from a Hawaiian Native, Born and Raised, and a fellow Iraq/Afghanistan Veteran :cool: HooRah!
Predator, what are you doing in AZ? I guess you have to make your own local HI food (Spam musubi, poke, lau lau, kalua pig, etc.). Even after the Marine Corps, I ended up in places in which I could still get HI food (Seattle, San Francisco, then ultimately back to HI).

Although, you must enjoy a heckuva lot of good weather riding out there!
 

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Predator, what are you doing in AZ? I guess you have to make your own local HI food (Spam musubi, poke, lau lau, kalua pig, etc.). Even after the Marine Corps, I ended up in places in which I could still get HI food (Seattle, San Francisco, then ultimately back to HI).

Although, you must enjoy a heckuva lot of good weather riding out there!
I've been stationed out here for about 2 1/2 years. The riding waether is second to none, year long since it doesn't rain that much :D
 
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