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2004 Honda VTX1300C Photo Gallery

Photos of the 2004 Honda VTX1300C. 2004 Honda VTX 1300C.

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It ain’t cool if your chrome don’t shine.
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Whether you ride in the country or just to the coffee shop – this bike does it all.
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Comfort, low price and a good looking ride. What more could a guy want?
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The VTX1300 will turn heads anywhere it goes.
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Almost everything chrome on the VTX1300 is actually plastic.
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You can consume miles of highway with ease on the VTX1300.
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The VTX1300 offers everything you could want in a cruiser.
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Adorned in the latest GP Star gear, Korf is looking too cool for his own good.
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We used the Hansens Motorcycles Dyno Jet 2500 Dyno to uncover the truth about the VTX.
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On the twisty roads the VTX is stable and inspires confidence.
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Here Korf reveals max lean is only a short distance from your heels.
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At $9199 the 2004 Honda VTX1300C is a bargain of epic proportions.
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The VTX is a good looking bike no matter which way you look at it.
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This cool upper cowling is right out of the Honda catalog.
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The gleaming V-Twin puts out an impressive 72 ft. lbs. of torque.
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The slick looking instrument cluster includes a speedo, dual trip meter and necesary idiot lights.
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The VTX uses shaft drive to get power from the tranny to the rear wheel.
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On the back, a single piston caliper grips a 296mm rotor.
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A massive 336mm rotor and twin piston caliper does a good job of slowing the 650lbs bike down.