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Like to slap a riser on the red and white one with spikes
 

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Based on the 1300 CX VT, aka Fury, Honda presented in 'his' Salon de Tokyo two new custom models, the VT 1300 CR (red) and CS (black), the first custom classic style first and the second in custom plan "sport", seconding already submitted to the custom chopper VT CX 1300 European or American Fury.

The engine, in the absence of detailed official statement is the same V-twin with 52 degrees of 1,312 cc, LC 4T, SOHC, 6 valves, dual spark plugs per cylinder head, PGM-FI electronic fuel injection, relationships and change of 5 per tree final drive Cardano, but the cycle varies.

These custom adopt a double-cradle frame of round steel tube geometries with regard to the Fury. At that, his face chopper style steering column is very high (see comparative photos side), whereas in the new versions CR and CS, the chassis is much less radical, with a shorter range and less pitch.

The tires also vary. In the classic CR adopting a five-alloy wheels sticks, the 17-inch front and 15 rear, with large balloon tires. In the CS 'sports' are mounted alloy wheels also five clubs, but the front is 19 inches, the rear is 15, identical to the CR.

Disc brakes are unchanged, with 336 mm front disc and a 296-rear with two piston calipers (three pistons if they have C-ABS) and piston respectively. In the CR the fenders are big and enveloping, and send the canons of classic custom. The tail light is large, the pilot and passenger seat is more foam, more comfortable riding position and his feet are a little more developed and less stretched arms.

In the CS (Custom Sport) fenders are smaller, the tail light and fender is the same as the Fury, the seat is harder and less foaming and the position is more radical with arms outstretched and less curved handlebars and short. In both versions the fuel tank is the same, more elongated and, because the new chassis, placed lower than the Fury, which is a definition of customs long and low for the two new versions.

Within weeks, quad the Tokyo Motor Show opens its doors, we are ready to expand information and details of these two new models that Honda includes within its next marketing models for 2010.
 

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That leaves 1 more bike in the line doesn't it?
Looks like the Interstate is a Stateline with windshield and maybe saddlebags.

Anybody still looking for more range on their Fury may be able to adapt the Sabre/Stateline gas tank which apears to have more capacity but retains the Fury style.
 

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Looks like the Interstate is a Stateline with windshield and maybe saddlebags.

Anybody still looking for more range on their Fury may be able to adapt the Sabre/Stateline gas tank which apears to have more capacity but retains the Fury style.

The article states that the tank and rear fender on the Fury are the same on the CS.
 

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Originally Posted by dillonr
how so? i think the fury is the best looking one out of them all, besides that sweet moped. trade if you dont like it.

agreed. those don't stand out like the fury does. no thanks


The fact that the larger tank(if it indeed is), the cleaner welds, the instrumentation placement that allows aftermarket bars and the better exhaust layout are showing up in a finished state a mere 5 months after this bike hit the market would suggest that they were already aware of the major concerns with the fury. That means that all of us who bought the fury the first 5 months basically paid 13K to be beta testers. That's bulls#!* in my opinion.
 
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