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2010 VT1300 Custom Slammer, Switchblade, Furious Photo Gallery
The Honda Concept Switchblade has styling cues gleaned from Formula 1 and MotoGP, utilizing a three-way, race-inspired adjustable suspension and plenty of carbon fiber parts.
Honda Motorcycles let the imaginations of three in-house designers run wild as they customized three bikes out of the VT1300 cruiser line, creating the Slammer, Switchblade and Furious.
The 'Furious' features a hardtail frame conversion to go along with its straight pipes.
The 'Slammer' was once a Honda Stateline until Erik Dunshee converted it into this wicked-looking bagger with an air ride suspension.
Nick Renner raked out his Fury version to 45 degrees and threw on some custom, oversized drag bars.
2010 Honda Concept Furious
The Honda Concept 'Slammer' has an all-in-one NAV/Multimedia system with a GPS speed display tucked into its fairing.
On the Honda Concept Switchblade, designer Edward Birtulescu created a sportbike-style tail section, opted for a single-sided swingarm and went with a 535 chain conversion.
The 'Furious' Fury concept bike was created by Honda R&D Americas' Nick Renner.
2010 Honda Concept Slammer
The Pro Drag 'Switchblade' has a three-way adjustable suspension with cruise, sport and race modes.
The Honda Concept 'Switchblade.'
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