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Matte silver 2600mi. over $2,000 in aftermarket goodies including accutronix FC's/grips, Mayhem exaust, raw design front & rear signals, low&mean intake adapter with D&M spike intake, accutronix sidemount asking $12,300


 

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Why are you selling it?? If you are interested in taking things off to sell them, I'd take your forward controls.
 

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Bike looks awesome, should sell at that price; good luck!
 

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None of my business but why are you selling? Seems like you really like your bike?
 

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Whats up fellas!, I will NOT be parting out the bike but thanks for your interest.

Im selling because I want something different!, The fury is a great bike! its just not for me thats all!
 

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If you don't mind me asking, what bike are you interested in? What are your likes and disslikes with the Fury in your honest opinion?
We would all appreciate your input on the forum.
Thanx buddy...
 

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If you don't mind me asking, what bike are you interested in? What are your likes and disslikes with the Fury in your honest opinion?
We would all appreciate your input on the forum.
Thanx buddy...
I'm would like to pick up a ducati hypermotard/monster1100 and or the new vfr1200. I love the fury styling and it gets non stop attention eveywhere I go BUT, I just don't have that much fun riding it, I miss the cornering/braking/acceleration of my motocross and sportbike background!
 

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Well thanx Hydro,

I got that same feeling earlier this summer. I bought a sportbike, had it for a couple months and traded it in for a Suzuki M90. I too got the same feeling, I missed the speed, cornering and the thrill of high speeds, so I traded that in on the 2009 Kawasaki zx6r. So now I have just what I wanted! Later this summer I saw the Honda Fury and it was love at first sight, so I bought that too. I can honestly say that you can't have the best of both worlds. The Fury ain't no sportbike and the sportbike sure ain't no Fury. My conclusion is, "Every man or woman should have two bikes"!
 

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Well thanx Hydro,

I got that same feeling earlier this summer. I bought a sportbike, had it for a couple months and traded it in for a Suzuki M90. I too got the same feeling, I missed the speed, cornering and the thrill of high speeds, so I traded that in on the 2009 Kawasaki zx6r. So now I have just what I wanted! Later this summer I saw the Honda Fury and it was love at first sight, so I bought that too. I can honestly say that you can't have the best of both worlds. The Fury ain't no sportbike and the sportbike sure ain't no Fury. My conclusion is, "Every man or woman should have two bikes"!
I second that. I have my zx6r for when I want to go fast and drag my knee around corners. And I have my Fury for when I just want to cruise. Nobody should have to live with only one bike!
 

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I second that. I have my zx6r for when I want to go fast and drag my knee around corners. And I have my Fury for when I just want to cruise. Nobody should have to live with only one bike!
That was my first thought... why not just have 2 bikes? Don't know, some people's preferences I suppose.
 

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Great looking bike. I know someone looking and since your not to far from me I will pass this on.
 

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Reasons for not having more than one bike:
1. Low bank account balance/bad credit.
2. Lack of space to store other bikes (I don't have a garage and had to build a shed to store my bike).
3. Can't justify second bike to spouse/significant other (p***Y whipped).
4. One bike meets all of my needs (Yeah, right.).

I think #1 and #2 cover most of us.
 

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Well thanx Hydro,

I got that same feeling earlier this summer. I bought a sportbike, had it for a couple months and traded it in for a Suzuki M90. I too got the same feeling, I missed the speed, cornering and the thrill of high speeds, so I traded that in on the 2009 Kawasaki zx6r. So now I have just what I wanted! Later this summer I saw the Honda Fury and it was love at first sight, so I bought that too. I can honestly say that you can't have the best of both worlds. The Fury ain't no sportbike and the sportbike sure ain't no Fury. My conclusion is, "Every man or woman should have two bikes"!
I disagree...................2 is not near enough to truly be a happy biker:)
 

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I am a Realtor here in Dayton, Ohio and a guy I sold a house to a couple of weeks ago is eligible for the $8,000 tax credit. He plans on putting it towards a bike. I sent him the information on your bike and he seemed interested. Problem is that it will probably be the end of December or first of January before he gets his check. Hopefully the money comes quick and you two can make a deal.
 

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I was fortunate enough to keep my 08 CBR 1000 RR and just tricked it out this summer while riding my fury, this winter the fury will be done too and both will be at the IX center bike show on Jan 28-31 if any of you Ohio peops plan to attend.
 

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I just wanted to add this..

I took a half hour cruise yesterday. I got the thinking while I was going down the road, "This Fury is the nicest bike I have ever owned", total satisfaction.. I tell ya! The bike looks beautiful, all the curves are amazing. The bike runs perfect and is smooth as silk. I understand there are a handful of haters out there, all people who own something different of course. I guess one just has to ride a Fury a few times to understand what Im talking about and respect you recieve from people who admire the bike is overwhelming. I have no regrets with this bike, true satisfaction.
 

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i agree with xxpatman77 everyone should have at least two bikes.one for getting it on,and one for getting on and looking good.keep the rubber on the ground.
 
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