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2010 Honda VT1300CS

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Jon - Sabre VT1300CS  June 30, 2010 05:01 AM
Saw it on a platform, my 2006 Sabre already on the showroom floor for sale, had to sit on it, had to test drive it, had to buy it. Bought It, Road It, Love It. The difference between the VTX1300 and the VT1300 is a worold of difference. The FI does it good! The ride is super, and God, did I turn heads when I drove downtown, Beautiful bike, now just have to wait for the extras to add on. So new, only Honda has it and they are way too high. Take it for a test ride, I think you will like it.
Bob - Tank size and bore size  April 13, 2010 03:26 AM
Wake up honda.The Fury and Sabre need at least 20 ltrs and the motor at least 1500cc.I've had 5 Hondas over the past 30 years and now ride a Boulevard Zuzuki cruiser. Engine size good, fuel tank good.Been riding since 1958, WLHDs,Honda 1100 4s and heaps of triumphies.Still riding at my age 68 yrs young and still able to give it a fist full.Suzuki 1500cc wow, just great.The VTs looks good needs more ompth.Power when you need it even just cruising.
Arthur - The need for speed and size.  January 18, 2010 11:56 PM
There is still a need for speed. Power still rules. And size does
matter. I have a vtx 1800. I love this bike, it's rock solid,
but dated. At 6'3 230 lbs I need and want a big bike. My 1800
meets my needs but it could be longer and beefier. Your new
1300 line looks impressive, very clean lines but small and skinny.
A 240 rear or larger would set the stage for something big.
Build it and people will come.

Reggie - 2010 Honda Sabre  November 20, 2009 10:50 AM
I don't understand why we can't get at least 15 0r 1600cc's. Why the single-crankpin? I'm a Honda man.... I'm on my 4th bike. I wonder what they are going to do with the 1800 line? What about a custom 1800 line. That would be the BOMB!
JackssonJohn - VTX...R.I.P.?  November 11, 2009 01:06 AM
I've owned only HONDA bikes since 1976. I've hoped for a fuel-injected VTX1300, with a bigger gas tank. I like long rides and the VTX floorboards' placement. For 2010, I see anorexic 1300s that'll have to be spoon fed too often.
Hevace - Call it the Fury II, like an old Plymouth  October 28, 2009 02:28 PM
I like the hunkered-down look better than the chopper-look Fury. Probably steers easier, too (although I haven't heard any complaints about the Fury in that regard).

I think Honda is going to call this one the Sabre.

I wonder how comfortable it is . . .
Oreo - VT1300CS  October 27, 2009 06:10 PM
Looks really cool. And since it's a Honda, I bet it's reliable. Engine size is not an issue. This is a cruiser, I even like it better if it has a smaller engine (750-1000cc) for gas saving. If I want power in a bike I would stay with my R1. I mean who in their right minds likes to ride a cruiser that's hard to control over legal speed limit anyway? If this releases to N.America with a reasonable price I'll be one of the first in line.
Steve - Tank size  October 27, 2009 08:45 AM
I would like to know how much gas the tank holds. The tank on the original Fury is way to small. It needs to be at least 5 gallons. I also agree that the engine should be a bit bigger, in the 1500 to 1600 range.
Tom - VT1300CS  October 25, 2009 07:39 PM
Looks great, Sure I would like a bigger motor as well, but then you price yourself out of the "sweet spot" in the market. Nice thing is this doesn't look like a Harley clone, we have enough of those! I'm not looking for acceptance from some wanna be hardcore Harley d-bag at the local watering hole, I'll ride what ever the F*** I want. Give me something good looking that handles OK and is reliable at a decent price and I'm game. Great job Honda!
Nick - Needs more CCs  October 25, 2009 06:28 PM
Needs to be bored out to 1500cc. The VTX 1800 was awesome but too heavy; the 1300 more reasonably sized, but too slow.

I guess I like it okay as is. But I'd like it better with more oomph.
Ken - Honda VT1300CS  October 24, 2009 10:44 AM
This is exactly the kind of clean, metric design I've been waiting for - minus the freakishly-long fork of the Fury. A larger-displacement engine would be nice, but I can understand why Honda chose this single-crankpin engine.