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2010 Honda Fury Project Bike Photo Gallery

Follow along with Motorcycle USA as we hop up the Honda Fury and make it a little rougher around the edges.

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AFT Customs High Performance Cam and Piston Kit
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Jim Guiffra of AFT Customs, who did the engine mods on the Fury project bike, has two Metric Class World Championship titles to his credit.
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Looks like fun, right?
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The new stainless steel Goldammer air filter is a big improvement over the bulky, plastic cover it replaces.
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The smooth tear-drop shaped air filter mirrors the slim, tapered design of the Fury's tank.
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Fury engine with stock air cover.
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Fury Dyno Chart with Engine Modifications
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One of the first thing's to do when installing Cobra Speedsters is to remove the stock pipes from the cylinder.
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Save the stock acorn nuts when you pull off the OEM pipes because you'll need them to tighten down the new flanges.
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The 2010 Honda Fury with a Roger Goldammer G Force Smooth Air Filter.
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I love the pointed tips on the Cobra Speedster exhausts.
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New pipes for old, new pipes for old! The Cobras added instant attitude to our Fury project.
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The Cobra Speedster pipes not only complement the lines of the Fury much better, but they provided 3.92 lb-ft more torque and 4.73 more hp.
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Climb on! Our 2010 Honda Fury project bike is running like a hot rod now. Next we'll work on cleaning up her bars and backside.
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Overall, our engine mods, new pipes and fuel management system were good for a 10.9% increase in torque and a 21% increase in horsepower.
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Cobra Speedster pipe kit
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The new Corbin King and Queen Saddle provides passengers with a 12-inch backrest to relax on.
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Out with the old, in with the new. A side-by-side comparison between the stock seat and the new Corbin saddle.
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Bye-bye, stock seat, hello comfy Corbin seat.
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Motorcycle USA's 2010 Honda Fury project bike with the new Corbin King and Queen Saddle.
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The new Corbin King and Queen Saddle provides passengers with a 12-inch backrest to relax on.
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Motorcycle USA's 2010 Honda Fury Project bike heads to its next phase.
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New seats for old, new seats for old!
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A diamond patterned leather seat and faux alligator skin vynil side panels add a vintage look to the 2010 Honda Fury project bike.
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Corbin has been making top-notch motorcycle seats since King and Queen saddles were the rage.