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Go to Honda.com, check out the motorcycle page.....lots of pics of sabre, stateline and interstate.
 

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I like the Sabre! Slap on a 250, new billet wheels, new rear fender, and remove the tank seam and you got a winner.
 

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Thanx buddy! As I said on the other thread, I really like what you did with your VTX. I watched your videos on YouTube and I was extreamly impressed with what you did with your bike. After seeing what you did, My mind starts wondering when I look at the 2010 1300. Great job on that VTX, I love it...
 

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should be a bit cheaper than the Fury. My guess is 11-12K retail
When they first put them up they had some prices, the Sabre ABS was slightly less than a Fury, non ABS was something like 12k I see today they have removed the prices.
 

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Notice they all fit the lines of the new Fury... Heck, the saber is only 1.2 inches shorter than the Fury. Guess they like the lines of the Fury so much, they incorporated it into their new line up. That's good to a point, as that means we'll get more accessories for our bikes because of this. Not good to the point that it means that the lines of our bikes won't be so "radical" for a production bike, but that we got our hands on the Fury first. Means though that we'll be able to sell our OEM items off of the bike easier as well, and hopefully OEM items will be cheaper because of this. Hmmm, also means we might be able to use that 4.4 gallon tank that it has as well... Anyways, my 2 cents.
 

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Sounds like some of us actually want a VTX. The teardrop gas tank is what makes a Fury. Remember, we bought a Fury because it was a chopper and had that custom teardrop tank and all them curves. I love my Fury just the way it is! I have never recieved more respect on the road with any other bike I have owned.
 

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Sounds like some of us actually want a VTX. The teardrop gas tank is what makes a Fury. Remember, we bought a Fury because it was a chopper and had that custom teardrop tank and all them curves. I love my Fury just the way it is! I have never recieved more respect on the road with any other bike I have owned.
No... you're the one missing the point, we are simply pointing out how everything looks like the fury... take a look again, and yes... I was simply stating the fact that the gas tank is bigger, which I have heard many people want bigger tanks on here... I just put 2 and 2 together is all...
 

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in the 70's i rode with a bunch of guys that did'nt give a crap what you rode.we couldnt afford new bikes.we bought old bikes,got together and started cutting.whatever we ended up with is what we rode.you guys need to quit bikkering and start helping each other and rideing.i thought the purpose of a bike was to have fun.aww crap,im outta here.
 

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If you look closely at the new tanks, you can see that they all have that lip on the bottom of them. The fact that the fury does not have that lip gives it than custom look. The lip would make the fury look more like a production bike.
 

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If you look closely at the new tanks, you can see that they all have that lip on the bottom of them. The fact that the fury does not have that lip gives it than custom look. The lip would make the fury look more like a production bike.
Removal of the lip (actually filling of the lip) is a common modification on VTX's. The bigger challenge is the top mounted dashboard. You'll have to remove the dashboard and have the void filled in and a pop-up gas cap installed for it to look right. I have a painter/bodyworker I use which does both modifications if anyone needs one.
 

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in the 70's i rode with a bunch of guys that did'nt give a crap what you rode.we couldnt afford new bikes.we bought old bikes,got together and started cutting.whatever we ended up with is what we rode.you guys need to quit bikkering and start helping each other and rideing.i thought the purpose of a bike was to have fun.aww crap,im outta here.
Yeah, I started in the mid 60's, I was 12 and had a cushman eagle....then got a bunch of hondas, kawasaki and triumph and harley....we were happy to just ride and keep'em running! :)
 

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yea,i started in the 60's and then i had a 4 year stint with uncle sam.then in 66 i started rideing again.been at it ever since.like you,i rode about everything.includeing a few sooners.i think they called them the(GOOD OLE DAYS).i used a cushman eagle on my paper rout.
 
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