Motorcycle USA tricks-out a 2011 Honda Fury so that we can give it away as a grand prize for fans who vote in the ‘People’s Choice’ award at the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Shows.
- The tips of the Cobra Speedster Swept Pipes add a touch of attitude to the project.
- We took just about all the covers and had them covered in gold metal flake and pinstriping.
- The Low and Mean Reaper Front Fender is shorter in the front and longer in the rear and has a more custom cut than the stock fender.
- Cutting Edge Illusions out of Eugene, Oregon, did a super job of splashing our Fury project in gold metal flake.
- The engine on the project is stock, but a high performance air intake and new pipes add a few horsepower. Wish we would have time to paint the engine black, though.
- Our first step was to clean up the Fury's rear end which we accomplished by lowering the fender, adding a Low and Mean custom rear fender and LED lighting system and an Accutronix side-mount license plate holder.
- Here's a look at our latest project, a custom 2011 Honda Fury.
- This is one of our favorite components of the project. Not only does it give it a hot rod look, the Cobra PowrFlo Air Intake adds a bit more snap at the throttle, too.
- A set of Cobra Speedster Swept Pipes in black add a bigger bark and more snap to our Fury project bike.
- Accutronix makes some of the best looking controls you'll find.
- Now that's some wicked pinstriping!
- Out with the old, in with the new. The headlight housing needed a touch of the custom treatment, too.