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First off a big thanks to AJ for doing the leg work on this thread... Great idea... Simple and concise.

Second... Someone please correct me if I am wrong but the white bike with the red frame, wasn't that a matte white on gloss red or am I mistaken? I was thinking it was because the black with red frame was a matte black.

Third... Why hasn't anyone done matte black tins on the blue frame??? I think it would look pretty good.... Come on @BlueJ step up to the plate with your plastidip and make it happen... Lol
 

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2014- Matte pearl white on gloss red frame with black and chrome. This bike really stands out in a crowd and when out on a sunny day you better have some sun glasses, it's blinding bright.
 

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You're very welcome! I thought it was a much needed thread, too!
I'm not quite done yet, I'm gonna to be filling in the names of the colors, just haven't had time to continue the research yet, it is taking me much longer than I thought it would lol.
 

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Good, cool info !

Thanks for doing this write up. I have a 2013 Black. From what I can tell, the 2012,2013, 2014 blacks are identical (chrome parts and black wheels). Also, the 2015 "gold" wheels were called "titanium" by Honda brochures as I recall. I think the 2013 Red Fury with the red frame and tank is one of the best looking of all years.
 
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Hey Kbull it's not exactly what you said but low and mean did a bike with flat black/gray on a blue frame, and it is sweet!
 

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Hey Kbull it's not exactly what you said but low and mean did a bike with flat black/gray on a blue frame, and it is sweet!
Yeah I remember this one now that you mentioned it... I would still like to see it with flat black OR maybe pearl white tins.... One of the things I don't like about the white with red frame is it makes me think of a candy cane or peppermint... Lol

 

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Honda VT1300CX Fury
Factory "Custom 'Chopper'"
(started by aj8650)
(link to Honda's current Fury model)

Factory Custom: A standard production motorcycle that is altered by the factory to make it unique, generally considered to be of premium quality and limited quantity.

See also: Custom motorcycle - Wikipedia


Chopper: A motorcycle with the front wheel extended beyond the normal, optimal location for the purpose of creating a custom, stretched appearance. This was first done by cutting the steering neck from the frame to increase the rake angle, and lengthening the forks. Later methods may use offset triple-trees or a stretched frame design.

See also: Chopper (motorcycle) - Wikipedia


Factory Chopper: A motorcycle designed by the factory to resemble a production unit that has had the steering neck "chopped off" and welded back on at an extended angle.

In 2010 Honda was the first motorcycle manufacturer to release a factory chopper; previous stretched frame designs were available from custom motorcycle builders.


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Initial Honda Fury Specifications

Honda's Promotional Video:
2010 Honda Fury @ Top Speed


Engine
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  • 1,312cc (80.06 cubic-inch), 52° V-twin.
  • 67HP @ 4,250 RPM, 78.9lb/ft torque @ 2,250 RPM.
  • Single-pin crankshaft (makes that loping potato-potato-potato sound).
  • Dual two-axis primary counterbalancers.
  • Liquid-cooled, single overhead cam.
  • Two 31mm intake valves & one 40mm exhaust valve per cylinder (screw-and-locknut valve clearance adjusters).
  • Two spark plugs per cylinder.
  • One 38mm throttle body, electronic fuel injection.
  • 89.5mm x 104.3mm (3.52" x 4.11") bore x stroke
  • 9.2:1 compression.
  • Ignition: Digital with three-dimensional mapping.
  • Dry-sump oil system (stored in gearbox case).
  • Electric start (no kickstart).
  • Estimated 42 MPG (combined).
  • Top speed: 110 MPH (RPM limited).
  • Two-into-one-into-two exhaust.
  • Oil: 3.7L (3.3 imp. qt) Pro Honda GN4 4-stroke oil /API: SG, JASO T 903: MA/SAE 10W-30.
  • Oil pressure: 530 kPa (5.4 kgf/cm², 77 psi).
Transmission:
  • Five-speed unitized.
  • Manual non-hydraulic wet multiplate clutch.
  • Shaft final drive (Hypoid gear oil, SAE #80, 130 cm³ = 4.4 US oz = 4.6 Imp oz).
Body:
  • 32° steering rake (caster angle), 8.89cm (3.5") trail.
  • Raised, teardrop tank.
  • Seat height: 67.8cm (26.7").
  • Weight: 301/309kb (663/681 lb) Standard/ABS (all fluids & full fuel tank).
  • Wheelbase: 181cm (71.2" = 5' 11") (between axles).
  • Fuel capacity: 12.9L (3.375 gallons)
  • Front suspension: 45mm telescopic fork; 10.2cm (4.0") travel (Pro Honda Suspension Fluid SS-47 (10W); Left: 682 ± 2.5 cm³/119mm (4.7 in), Right: 712 ± 2.5 cm³/131).
  • Rear suspension: Single shock with adjustable preload, adjustable rebound damping; 9.4cm (3.7") travel; hidden "hard-tail" styling. (Reportedly the preload started out as 5-position and somewhere before 2016 changed to 35-position)
  • Ground Clearance: 14.5cm (5.7").
  • Front brake: Single 336mm (13.2") disc, twin-piston hydraulic caliper.
  • Rear brake: Single 296mm (11.7") disc, single-piston hydraulic caliper.
  • Front tire: 90/90-21
  • Rear tire: 200/50-18
  • Color-matched bodywork, frame and swingarm.
  • Mostly hidden c Control lines and cables.
  • Removable passenger seat and footpegs.
  • "Floating" rear fender.
Electrical:
  • Electric speedometer, odometer/A&B tripmeter/clock.
  • Indicator lights: Turn signal, high beam, neutral, oil pressure, coolant temperature.
  • Electronic transmission speed sensor (no speedometer cable).
Price: $12,999

Accessories/Options:
  • Custom leather driver and passenger seats (multiple designs).
  • Leather front pouch with Fury logo.
  • Low backrest (optional backrest pad).
  • Chrome rear fender panel.
  • Chrome hex bolt inserts (5, 6, 8mm).
  • Billet master cylinder cover, oil dipstick, clutch cover, timing cover, upper fork bolt cover, license plate frame.
  • Braided steel lines for brakes, throttle, and clutch.
  • Color matched front chin spoiler (optional LED Light Kit).
  • Boulevard windscreen.
  • Outdoor cover.
  • Service Manual: 61MFR09
  • Owner’s Manual: 31MFR660

Paint other than from a dealer:
Honda Fury Touch Up Paint & Paint Color Codes | TouchUpDirect
ColorRite Motorcycle Paint


The machines are the same since 2010, with a few exceptions:
The biggest differences are probably between models (regardless of year):
  • ABS vs. non-ABS.
  • California emissions package (vs. non-CA).
  • U.S. models (no O2 sensor) vs. EU/AU (2 O2 sensors).
  • EU/AU has Honda HISS security system/engine immobilizer (U.S. does not).
 

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2010 Introductory Model:
Product Launch: January 2009 New York International Motorcycle Show
Shipped: May 2009
Price: $10,599, $12,999 ABS

Colors:
Engine: Unpolished Aluminum
Rims:
  • Unpolished Aluminum
  • Flat Black Powdercoat
Underseat Covers: Chrome
Body:
  • Black (gloss black--not metallic, color-matched frame)
  • Matte Bullet/Silver Metallic (2010 special color—limited production, flat gunmetal gray, gloss black frame, red pinstripe on gloss black rims)
  • [Digital] Metallic Silver (flat silver, color-matched frame)
  • Dark Red Metallic (gloss bordeaux red, color-matched frame)
  • Ultra Blue Metallic (gloss blue, color-matched frame) (from what I understand this is a tri-coat or three-layer blue developed specifically for the Honda Fury motorcycle and not used on any other product)

2011:
Price: $12,999
Changes: None.
Key Competitors:
Colors:
Engine: Unpolished Aluminum
Rims:
  • Unpolished Aluminum
  • Flat Black Powdercoat
Underseat Covers: Chrome
Body:
  • Dark Red Metallic (unchanged from 2010)
  • Matte [Axis] Orange Metallic (with eggshell clear coat, color-matched frame)
  • Pearl [Fadeless] White Tricoat (matte white, Ballistic Black Metallic frame)

2012:
Shipped: January 2012
Price: $13,390, $14,390 ABS (available in Black color only)
Changes: Improved fuel filter.
Key Competitor: 2011 Yamaha Star Stryker

Colors:
Engine: Gloss Black
Rims:
  • Unpolished Aluminum
  • Flat Black Powdercoat
Body:
  • Black (gloss black--not metallic, color-matched frame & underseat covers, flat black rims)
  • Ultra Blue Metallic (gloss blue, color-matched frame, unpolished aluminum rims & engine)
  • Matte Black (flat black, [magna] gloss red frame, gloss black engine & underseat covers, red pinstripe on gloss black rims)
2013:
Price: $13,390, $14,390 ABS (available in Black color only)
Changes: Dunlop E3 replaced with improved Metzler ME880.
Key Competitor: 2011 Yamaha Star Stryker

Colors:
Engine: Gloss Black
Rims: Flat Black Powdercoat
Underseat Covers: Gloss Black
Body:
  • [Graphite] Black (gloss black--not metallic, color-matched frame)
  • [Magna] Red (gloss red--not metallic, color-matched frame)

2014:
Price: $13,390
Changes: None.
Key Competitor: Harley 72

Colors:
Engine: Gloss Black
Rims: Flat Black Powdercoat
Underseat Covers: Gloss Black
Body:
  • [Graphite] Black (gloss black--not metallic, color-matched frame)
  • [Matte] Pearl [Glare] White [Tricoat] (matte white, [magna] red frame)

2015:
Price: $9,999
Changes: None.
Key Competitors: None.

Colors:
Engine: Gloss Black
Rims:
  • Flat Bronze Powdercoat
  • Flat Black Powdercoat
Underseat Covers: Gloss Black
Frame: Gloss Black
Body:
  • [Graphite] Black (gloss black--not metallic, flat gold rims)
  • [Candy Prominence] Red [Tricoat] (gloss red, flat black rims)

2016:
Price: $9,999, $10,999 ABS
Changes: Passenger seat & mounting bracket, passenger pegs no longer included.
Key Competitors: None (and starting to be attacked by the media for it).

Colors:
Engine: Gloss Black
Rims: Flat Black Powdercoat
Underseat Covers: Gloss Black
Body:
  • Ultra Metallic Blue (gloss blue, color matched frame) (my understanding is this is the return of the "Ultra Blue Metallic" though called "Ultra Metallic Blue," after which this color was discontinued)
  • Matte Black (flat gunmetal gray, gloss black frame)

2017:
Price: $10,299, $11,299 ABS
Changes: Passenger peg brackets no longer included (2017?)
Key Competitors: None.

Colors:
Engine: Gloss Black
Rims: Flat Black Powdercoat
Underseat Covers: Gloss Black
Body:
  • Matte Black (flat gunmetal gray, gloss black frame)
  • [Candy Prominence] Red [Tricoat] (gloss red)

2018:
Price: $10,449, $11,449 ABS
Changes: None.
Key Competitors: None.

Colors:
Engine: Gloss Black
Rims: Flat Black Powdercoat
Underseat Covers: Gloss Black
Body:
  • Chromosphere Red [Tricoat] (gloss red, non-ABS)
  • Candy Red [Tricoat] (gloss red, ABS)

2019:
Price: $10,549, $11,449 ABS +Destination Charge: $450
Changes: None.
Key Competitors: None.

Colors:
Engine: Gloss Black
Rims: Flat Black Powdercoat
Underseat Covers: Gloss Black
Body:
  • Pearl Hawkseye Blue (gloss dark blue)

2020:
Price: $10,599 +Destination Charge: $450
Changes: No ABS option.
Key Competitors: None.
Colors: (same as 2019)

2021:
Price: $10,599 +Destination Charge: $475
Changes: The destination charge increased, otherwise none.
Key Competitors: None.
Colors: (same as 2019)

2022 (speculation):
Price: $10,599 +Destination Charge: $475
Changes: None.
Key Competitors: None.
Colors: (same as 2019)

08/31/2021: I'm hearing from various sources Honda will continue to produce the 2019 non-ABS Fury as a 2022, but Honda Americas has not confirmed it. Honda discontinued the NM4 Vultus in 2019, and will discontinue making their NSX halo supercar after 2022. Their motorcycle focus for 2022 is supposedly on small-displacement Dual-Sport bikes now that they've breathed new life into the Goldwing.

The good thing for Fury owners is the more that are made the longer parts will be available. Perhaps production will continue to when choppers come back into vogue, which would be awesome.
 
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