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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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Pat - Reply for William  August 21, 2010 02:23 PM
William I bought one in April ...... Nothing to look out for , the bike is Ace . Just keep an eye on front tyre pressure . Everything I've added so far I've got from Ebay . Leave off the .au and you'll get all the international stuff . I'll probably do the same to get the pipes , think it will work out cheaper & quicker than bying them over here unless you get pipes made locally which are pretty cheap but you may not get the heat shields etc so you'd have to go black not chrome or they'll blue after a short time . Forget Honda ..... they are no help when it comes to really cool custom gear for it . Every thing is in the States and made to bolt on .
william - honda fury chopper  April 10, 2010 03:19 AM
how you goin ive seen the new 2010honda fury and im thinking of buying one any thing to wacth out for ?? and if i did buy one i think the pipes will be the first thing to go what are they worth and can we get them here in australia ??
Doug Schutt - VP Sales & Marketing  February 16, 2010 08:21 AM
Sure seems like you put alot a money in to the bike to get the gains in horse power and torque. We tested the 2010 Honda Fury with just an intake and Fuggin Fabrication - Viper-2 and Fuggin EFI Fuel controller and got 64HP and 80ftlbs torque. The Fuggin pipes drove up the torque. I don't see where the pistons and cams did anything other than add cost. Maybe you should test the bike with the Fuggin Fabrication Viper-2.