Different strokes for different folks, I guess.Why would anyone buy a Sabre over a Fury?
It is a wise business decision by Honda actually. The virtual overnight popularity. The devoted owners and fans of the Fury. This large Fury community that has popped up in literally months. Honda would be stupid not to diversify the line and make more options available to hungry consumers. I don't like them myself. They seem too cookie-cutter, which is one of the reasons I was drawn to the Fury. Other manufacturers use the same frame for multiple motorcycle lines. Look at the V-Star line from Yamaha. Or the Victory bikes. They all look relatively like another bike within the company, at least to me they do. Honda is making a good business choice by broadening the "Fury line." I know a couple of people that really like the looks of the other bikes Honda is rolling out.Why does the Sabre look so much like the Fury? At a quick glance its hard to tell the difference? Why would Honda do this? They even advertise the Sabre as "Fury derived"???
Why would anyone buy a Sabre over a Fury?
The ECU probably still is governed. They all run the same engine. If the gains posted in another thread (http://www.furyforums.com/forum/fury-lounge/2312-2010-honda-stateline-porting-more-hp.html) are correct then I just want the ECU for the gains and possible smoother power band. I don't wanna go fast, I just wanna get to my slowpoke speed quicker.I wanna test crash it....more then steal the side covers for my bike, and the ecu if it isnt govorned
lol...That's what I'm talkin' about....http://www.furyforums.com/forum/fury-lounge/2312-2010-honda-stateline-porting-more-hp.html
I don't wanna go fast, I just wanna get to my slowpoke speed quicker.