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2004 Honda VTX1300C Photo Gallery
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Photos of the 2004 Honda VTX1300C.
2004 Honda VTX 1300C
It ain’t cool if your chrome don’t shine.
Whether you ride in the country or just to the coffee shop – this bike does it all.
Comfort, low price and a good looking ride. What more could a guy want?
The VTX1300 will turn heads anywhere it goes.
Almost everything chrome on the VTX1300 is actually plastic.
You can consume miles of highway with ease on the VTX1300.
The VTX1300 offers everything you could want in a cruiser.
Adorned in the latest GP Star gear, Korf is looking too cool for his own good.
We used the Hansens Motorcycles Dyno Jet 2500 Dyno to uncover the truth about the VTX.
On the twisty roads the VTX is stable and inspires confidence.
Here Korf reveals max lean is only a short distance from your heels.
At $9199 the 2004 Honda VTX1300C is a bargain of epic proportions.
The VTX is a good looking bike no matter which way you look at it.
This cool upper cowling is right out of the Honda catalog.
The gleaming V-Twin puts out an impressive 72 ft. lbs. of torque.
The slick looking instrument cluster includes a speedo, dual trip meter and necesary idiot lights.
The VTX uses shaft drive to get power from the tranny to the rear wheel.
On the back, a single piston caliper grips a 296mm rotor.
A massive 336mm rotor and twin piston caliper does a good job of slowing the 650lbs bike down.
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