2019 honda fury specs

2019 honda fury specs DEFAULT
Honda's profilation of this bikeLong, lean and mean, stretching nearly six feet from axle to axle, this is an outrageous testimony to the builder’s art. But this bike is more than a looker. Where most customs this visually impressive are, errr, challenged when it comes to their handling, the Fury is pure Honda in this department. Which means this awesome bike is just as much fun to ride as it is to look at. Read more at http://powersports.honda.com/2019/fury.aspx#C64RQufI1OvYYAUa.99
General informationModel:Honda FuryYear:2019Category:Custom / cruiserPrice as new:US$ 10599. MSRP depends on country, taxes, accessories, etc.Rating:Do you know this bike?
Click here to rate it. We miss 2 votes to show the rating.Engine and transmissionDisplacement:1312.0 ccm (80.06 cubic inches)Engine type:V2, four-strokeEngine details:52 degrees V-twinTorque:89.5 Nm (9.1 kgf-m or 66.0 ft.lbs)Compression:9.2:1Bore x stroke:89.5 x 104.3 mm (3.5 x 4.1 inches)Valves per cylinder:3Fuel system:Injection. PGM-FI with automatic enricher circuit, one 38mm throttle bodyFuel control:Single Overhead Cams (SOHC)Ignition:Digital with three-dimensional mapping, two spark plugs per cylinderCooling system:LiquidGearbox:5-speedTransmission type,
final drive:
Shaft drive (cardan)Fuel consumption:5.23 litres/100 km (19.1 km/l or 44.98 mpg)Greenhouse gases:121.3 CO2 g/km. (CO2 - Carbon dioxide emission) Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheelsRake (fork angle):32.0°Trail:92 mm (3.6 inches)Front suspension:45mm forkFront wheel travel:102 mm (4.0 inches)Rear suspension:Single shock with adjustable rebound-damping and five-position spring-preload adjustabilityRear wheel travel:94 mm (3.7 inches)Front tire:90/90-21 Rear tire:200/50-18 Front brakes:Double disc. Two-piston calipers. Diameter:336 mm (13.2 inches)Rear brakes:Single disc. Single-piston caliper. Diameter:296 mm (11.7 inches)Physical measures and capacitiesWeight incl. oil, gas, etc:300.7 kg (663.0 pounds)Seat height:683 mm (26.9 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.Wheelbase:1808 mm (71.2 inches)Fuel capacity:12.87 litres (3.40 US gallons)Other specificationsColor options: Pearl Hawkseye BlueStarter:ElectricFactory warranty:One year. Unlimited milage. Transferable.Comments:Model ID: VT13CXUpdate specsReport missing specs or required updates.Further informationInsurance costsCompare US insurance quotes from the nation's top providers.Finance optionsCompare US motorcycle loan quotes from the nation's top providers.Parts finderRevzilla offers up to 50% off motorcycle accessories.Accessories Ships to most countries. CMSNL provides online schematics & OEM partsParts and ships to Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Belgium, Canada, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Montenegro, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, The United States and more. Also check out our overview of motorcycle webshops at Bikez.info.MaintenanceFind parts, fluids. filters, maintenance tools and service manuals at Amazon.com.Ask questionsJoin the 19 Honda Fury discussion group or the general Honda discussion group.Related bikesList related bikes for comparison of specs.

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2020 Honda Fury [Model Overview]

The Iconic Mass-Produced Chopper Honda Fury Returns For 2020

Honda’s aggressive factory-built chopper model returns for 2020. The Honda Fury is one of the most interesting looking motorcycles in the line-up, featuring an unusual and highly unique “long and lean” chopper aesthetic that appeals to riders who want something that turns heads and looks awesome.

There’s more to the 2020 Honda Fury than an unusual aesthetic, because the Fury performs just as good as it looks. Powered by a potent 1312cc V-twin engine that delivers 53.7 horsepower at the rear wheel and 73 lb-ft of torque—more than enough power, and delivered right where you want it.

In terms of handling, the Honda Fury might appear to be more form over function, but it has remarkably responsive handling with a comfortable ride experience thanks to the rear-end’s faux hardtail. At the end of the day, this is mass-produced chopper made to the highest Honda standards. Japanese reliability fused with American aesthetics, with an exhaust note that will immediately grab your attention.

Though the Fury hasn’t enjoyed any significant mechanical updates since it was launched, Honda have given the 2020 Honda Fury a Pearl Hawkseye Blue color option to make up for it.

On this page:we’ve curated specs, features, news, photos/videos, etc. so you can read up on the new Honda Fury in one place.

2020 Honda Fury


Model Overview

General Info

  • Price: Est $10599
  • Key Features:
    • Fuel Injection
    • Low Seat height
    • Shaft final drive

Key Specs

  • Engine type: 1312cc liquid-cooled, 52º V-twin engine
  • Power: 53.7 horsepower
  • Curb Weight: 663 lbs
  • Seat height: 56.9 Inch

2020 Honda Fury Specifications

From Honda

ENGINE

Engine1312cc liquid-cooled 52 degrees V-twin
Power53.7 horsepower
Bore x Stroke89.5mm x 104.3mm
Compression Ratio9.2:1
Fuel SystemPGM-FI with automatic enricher circuit, one 38mm throttle body
StarterElectric
Lubrication

DRIVETRAIN

ClutchMultiplate wet
Transmission5-Speed
Final DriveShaft

CHASSIS

Suspension Front45mm fork; 4.0 inches travel
Suspension RearSingle shock with adjustable rebound-damping and five-position spring-preload adjustability; 3.7 inches travel
Brakes FrontSingle 336 mm disc with twin-piston caliper
Brakes RearSingle 296 mm disc with single-piston caliper
Tires Front90/90-21
Tires Rear200/50-18
Fuel Tank Capacity12.8 L (3.4 US gal.)
ColorPearl Hawkseye Blue

ELECTRICAL

IgnitionDigital with three-dimensional mapping, two spark plugs per cylinder
Spark Plugs
Headlight
Tail Light

DIMENSIONS

Overall Length
Overall Width
Overall Height
Wheelbase1800 mm (71 in.)
Ground Clearance125mm (4.9 in)
Seat Height685 mm (26.9 in.)
Curb Weight300 kg (663 lb.)

WARRANTY

WarrantyOne Year, Transferable, unlimited-mileage limited warranty
ExtensionExtended coverage available with a HondaCare Protection Plan®

 


2020 Honda Fury Features

LOW SEAT

The Fury’s super-low 26.9-inch seat height is an integral design element that fits in behind the slim and long fuel tank.

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HIGH-TENSILE STEEL FRAME

The Fury’s high-tensile steel frame is the centerpiece to this machine’s open, minimalist chopper styling. It’s functional, too, delivering smooth ride quality and responsive handling.

BRAKES

A single, powerful 336mm-diameter front-disc brake is complemented by a 296mm brake disc in back. An ABS version is also available.

SHAFT FINAL DRIVE

The shaft final drive is quiet, clean and has been uniquely integrated into the overall design.

CHOPPER STYLING

The Fury is one of the most authentic, radically styled custom motorcycles that Honda has ever produced. It features a teardrop seamless fuel tank, an ingenious single-shock rear suspension system and an aluminum swingarm.

EXHAUST

The Fury’s engine features specially designed camshafts that also add to the unique V-twin sound and power-pulse exhaust sensations.

LONG RAKE

A raked-out front end and condensed, hard-tail look to the rear, plus a stretched wheelbase. And that long wheelbase is no illusion—the Fury stretches a full 71 inches between axles.

V-TWIN ENGINE

A powerful 1312cc, 52-degree V-twin engine with a single-pin crankshaft and dual balancers has plenty of torque, and the feel only a V-twin can deliver.

FUEL INJECTION

Forget about fiddling with a choke—the Fury’s fuel-injection system means no-hassle startups on cold mornings or at high altitudes.


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2019 Honda Fury Specifications

Model VT1300CX ABSVT1300CXENGINE Type1,312cc liquid-cooled 52º V-twinValve TrainSOHC; three valves per cylinderBore x Stroke89.5mm x 104.3mmCompression Ratio9.2:1InductionPGM-FI w/ automatic enrichment; one 38mm throttle bodyIgnitionDigital w/ 3-D mapping, two spark plugs per cylinderStarterElectricTransmission5-speedClutchMultiplate wetFinal DriveShaftSUSPENSION Front45mm telescopic fork; 4.0 in. travelRearSingle shock w/ adjustable rebound damping, five-position spring preload adjustability; 3.7 in. travelBRAKES FrontSingle 336mm disc w/ dual-piston caliper; ABSSingle 336mm disc w/ twin-piston caliperRearSingle 296mm disc w/ single-piston caliper; ABSSingle 296mm disc w/ single-piston caliperTIRES Front90/90-21Rear20/50-18MEASUREMENTS Rake (Caster Angle)32ºTrail92mm (3.6 in.)Length100.6 in.Width35.4 in.Height45.3 in.Seat Height26.9 in.Ground Clearance 4.9 in.Wheelbase71.0 in.Fuel Capacity3.4 gal.ColorPearl Hawkseye BlueCurb Weight*681 lbs.666 lbs.
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Honda Fury ABS Specs




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The Honda Fury ABS model is a Custom / cruiser bike manufactured by Honda . In this version sold from year 2019 , the dry weight is  and it is equipped with a V2, four-stroke motor. The engine produces a maximum peak output power of  and a maximum torque of 89.50 Nm (9.1 kgf-m or 66.0 ft.lbs) . With this drive-train, the Honda Fury ABS is capable of reaching a maximum top speed of  . On the topic of chassis characteristics, responsible for road holding, handling behavior and ride comfort, the Honda Fury ABS has a High-Tensile Steel frame with front suspension being 45mm fork and at the rear, it is equipped with Single shock with adjustable rebound-damping and five-position spring-preload adjustability . Stock tire sizes are 90/90-21 on the front, and 200/50-18 on the rear. As for stopping power, the Honda Fury ABS braking system includes Double disc. Two-piston calipers. ABS. size 336 mm (13.2 inches) at the front and Single disc. Single-piston caliper. ABS. size 296 mm (11.7 inches) at the back. 

Honda Fury ABS General Information

BrandHonda 
ModelHonda Fury ABS 
Start year2019 
Year2019 
CategoryCustom / cruiser 
Factory Warranty (Years / miles)One year. Unlimited milage. Transferable. 

Honda Fury ABS Dimensions, Aerodynamics and weight

Frame typeHigh-Tensile Steel 
Seat details
Wheelbase1,803 mm (71.0 inches) 
Length2,555 mm (100.6 inches) 
Width899 mm (35.4 inches) 
Height1,151 mm (45.3 inches) 
Seat Height683 mm (26.9 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. 
Alternate Seat Height
Ground Clearance124 mm (4.9 inches) 
Trail size92 mm (3.6 inches) 
Wheels details
Front Tyres - Rims dimensions90/90-21 
Rear Tyres - Rims dimensions200/50-18 
Front brakesDouble disc. Two-piston calipers. ABS. 
Rear brakesSingle disc. Single-piston caliper. ABS. 
Front Brakes Dimensions - Disc Dimensions336 mm (13.2 inches) 
Rear Brakes Dimensions - Disc Dimensions296 mm (11.7 inches) 
Curb Weight (including fluids)308.9 kg (681.0 pounds) 
Dry Weight
Front Percentage of Weight
Rear Percentage of Weight
Weight-Power Output Ratio :
Fuel Tank Capacity12.87 litres (3.40 gallons) 
Reserve Fuel Capacity
Carrying Details and Capacity
Front Suspension45mm fork 
Front Suspension Travel102 mm (4.0 inches) 
Rear SuspensionSingle shock with adjustable rebound-damping and five-position spring-preload adjustability 
Rear Suspension Travel94 mm (3.7 inches) 

Honda Fury ABS Engine and Transmission Technical Data

Engine type - Number of cylindersV2, four-stroke 
Engine details52 degrees V-twin 
Fuel systemInjection. PGM-FI with automatic enricher circuit, one 38mm throttle body 
Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity1312.00 ccm (80.06 cubic inches) 
Bore x Stroke89.5 x 104.3 mm (3.5 x 4.1 inches) 
Compression Ratio9.2:1 
Number of valves per cylinder
Camshaft Valvetrain ConfigurationSingle Overhead Cams (SOHC) 
Maximum power - Output - Horsepower
Maximum torque89.50 Nm (9.1 kgf-m or 66.0 ft.lbs) 
Engine Maximum RPM
Cooling systemLiquid 
Lubrication system
Engine oil capacity
Exhaust system
Gearbox5-speed 
Transmission type, final drive ratioShaft drive (cardan) 
Clutch typeMultiplate wet 
Driveline

Honda Fury ABS Performance

Top Speed
Acceleration 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph)
Acceleration 0 to 400m (1/4 mile)
Recuperation 60 to 140 km/h in highest gear
Fuel Consumption - MPG - Economy - Efficiency5.23 litres/100 km (19.1 km/l or 44.98 mpg) 
CO2 emissions121.3 CO2 g/km. (CO2 - Carbon dioxide emission) 
EmissionsMeets current EPA standards. California version meets current California Air Resources Board (CARB) standards and may differ slightly due to emissions equipment 

Honda Fury ABS Electrical Systems, Ignition and Equipment

Ignition TypeDigital with three-dimensional mapping, two spark plugs per cylinder 
Electrical Details
Starter TypeElectric 
Instruments
Lights

How tall (seat height) is a Honda Fury ABS?
The Honda Fury ABS seat height is 683 mm (26.9 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.

How many gears does a Honda Fury ABS have?
The Honda Fury ABS have 5 gears.

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Honda specs 2019 fury

Honda Fury / Stateline Design

The designers went after the outlaw-chopper look that was so prevalent in the '60s and '70s and what they came up with is a fairly good interpretation.

More and more riders have come to appreciate the look associated with what I would call Classic Americana, and manufacturers around the world have responded in recent years to try to exploit this niche interest. This movement has actually been on, and gaining momentum, for a few years now, and we are starting to see some fairly bold designs from some of the big names. Honda had two such designs available for the 2016 model year.

First was the Stateline, the sole surviving member of the 1300 Custom Line having outlived its siblings, the Interstate and Sabre cruisers, though it met the same fate going into 2017. The Fury joined the Stateline as a sort of brother-from-another-mother with lots of shared DNA, but with a few critical differences, and it represents a very bold design concept indeed.

Historically, the overseas interpretation of the custom culture from back in the ’50s through the ’70s is, ahem, interesting to say the least. Sure, the old [Honda Rebel-mot2054] had a certain charm, but it was really a mish-mash of features that didn’t exactly target any specific era or bike (unlike the modern Rebel which seems a little more put together) and has come to have a place in the hearts of many.

Unfortunately, the Stateline sort of falls into this visual category. To my eyes, the parts don’t really match, which may explain why it was dropped. We have a full rear fender and deep-scoop solo saddle that is in keeping with certain old-school, cruiser styles, but then the swoopy gas tank, raked front end, and curved downtube veer sharply toward custom-chopper territory. The result; a confused collection of parts that doesn’t really do more than suggest at its collection of influences.

Ah, but the Fury, now that is another thing entirely. As I mentioned, the designers went after the outlaw-chopper look that was so prevalent in the ’60s and ’70s and what they came up with is a fairly good interpretation. A big, skinny, 21-inch front hoop and cut-down fender fit right in with the 32-degree rake of the forks. The upper lines flow across the same swoopy tank as the Stateline, but with one important distinction – it fits well with the rest of the bike; as does the deep saddle and cut-down rear fender.

An air-cooled V-twin completes the package, and at 52-degrees, the "V" angle doesn’t immediately scream import at a casual glance. Last but not least, Honda’s boldness really shines through in the stretch of the downtubes that couple with the rake for a truly custom look. Now, if I could just add a tombstone taillight and a coffin tank I think we would really have something. Oh, a slapshifter and a kickstarter would be nice, too.

Honda Fury / Stateline Chassis

A standard, yoke-style swingarm, the hidden rear shock, and frame geometry manages to pass on the suggestion of the old rigid frame lines.

As always, the frame dictates the direction of the overall look, and that’s certainly the case here. Both bikes boast double-downtube, double-cradle frames, and quite a bit of rake. The Fury carries a 32-degree rake and quite a bit of stretch, while the Stateline has distinctly curved downtubes and a 33-degree rake. Beyond that, both bikes carry their seats just below the 27-inch mark for a classic, low-slung look and feel that fits well with the rest of the bike.

In spite of the fact that both run a standard, yoke-style swingarm, the hidden rear shock, and frame geometry manages to pass on the suggestion of the old rigid frame lines. You might expect the trail numbers to be rather large with such radical front ends, but the 4.6-inch trail on the Stateline is fairly standard for a cruiser. I was really surprised to see only 3.6-inches on the Fury, but I guess looks can be deceiving after all.

The Stateline runs 41 mm, right-side-up forks that fit right in with the front wheel and fender, plus they provide 4 inches of wheel travel. A hidden monoshock supports the rear on 3.9 inches of travel. On the Fury, a set of beefy, 45 mm forks provide the same 4 inches of travel, but the rear monoshock only gives up 3.7 inches of travel. Not stellar, but within reason for sure.

Wide tires cap the 17-inch front rim and 15-inch rear, and contribute even more to the low-and-wide look of the Stateline. The Fury comes jacked up just a bit more with a 21-inch wheel up front and 18 in back, sizes that also add to the custom feel and radical panache.

Brakes are consistent across the board, with a 296 mm disc and single-pot caliper to bind the rear wheel, and a single, 336 mm disc and twin-pot caliper up front. At over 650 pounds, this is a lot of bike to try and control with a single front brake, so maybe the optional ABS isn’t such a bad idea on these rides.

Honda Fury / Stateline Drivetrain

Fuel economy isn't too awful bad for a 1,300+ cc engine and makes it suitable as a really bitchin' commuter bike.

Honda’s 1,312 cc mill powers these two rides with a 52-degree angle that’s pleasing to the eye, and doesn’t wreck the effect builders were going for. Blackout jugs house an 89.5 mm bore and 104.3 mm stroke with a common crankpin for that typical, V-twin cadence and torquey bottom end. I’ve got to say that the bike could look cooler without the radiator, but it certainly runs cooler with it, plus the water jacket helps attenuate some of the mechanical noise from the three-valve-per-head valvetrain. A computer-controlled, fuel injection system in the 38 mm throttle body maintains a proper stoichiometric ratio, and a digital ignition system manages the timing for the dual plugs in each head.

The Fury and the Stateline come geared for 45 mpg. This isn’t too awful bad for a 1,300+ cc engine and makes it suitable as a really bitchin’ commuter bike. A five-speed transmission and shaft drive send the power to the rear wheel, and as much as I prefer anything but a shaft drive, I have to admit they aren’t as undesirable as they were a few decades ago.

Honda Fury / Stateline Price

MSRP on the Fury is $10.6k without ABS.

Both the Stateline and Fury rolled for a base MSRP of $9,999 in 2016 with ABS as an available option for a smooth grand extra. Prices have gone up a little since then. For 2020, the Fury will set you back $10,599 with no ABS in sight this year, though I’m really diggin’ the Pearl Hawkseye Blue.

Honda Fury / Stateline Competitor

If looking good is good enough for you and name-dropping isn't your thing, I would say the Fury deserves a test ride, and soon.

Since the Fury looks more like something that came out of a chopshop than a production bike, I picked another bike with strong, custom undertones; the Softail Breakout from Harley. They both reach for the same sort of dated feel and wind up with similar looks, but not too similar.

Harley-Davidson Breakout

Rake is cool, and the 32-degree angle on the Fury and 34-degree angle on the Breakout strike an unquestionably custom pose, but the stretch in the Fury frame really sets it apart. The Fury comes off looking a little cleaner, even though Harley chopped down the Breakout’s fenders, bobber style and kept the hang-on gear to a minimum.

Prices vary widely, and though some of it may be the usual name-pride H-D consistently demonstrates, at least some of it is due to the discrepancy in engine size. Honda runs a 1,312 cc mill in the Fury, but Harley stuffs a massive, 1,746 cc lump into the Breakout as standard with the optional 1,868 cc engine available. Folks, that’s a difference you can feel in your pants, unfortunately, you will feel it in your wallet as well.

The base Fury rolls for $10,599 and that’s a little more than half of the $20,499 sticker on the Breakout. Of course, H-D offers some fabulous-looking paint as usual, but you will have to skin that checkbook if you want anything but the basic, Vivid Black. That’s a lot of cheddar for a name and a few (hundred) extra cubes in the engine, so if looking good is good enough for you, I would say the Fury deserves a test ride, and soon.

Read our full review of the Harley-Davidson Breakout.

He Said

“Man! I am really feeling the Fury. I realize that I may be in a small minority here, but I love a bit of stretch in the tubes, and that’s just icing on the cake. Not feeling the Stateline so much, but I recognize that looks are subjective to taste, and some folks may prefer a more docile custom look to the radical nature of the Fury. Whichever you prefer, price alone is enough reason for these two to be on your short list.”

She Said

My wife and fellow writer, Allyn Hinton, says, "I haven’t ridden a Fury since 2016, but my impression at the time was that there was a fair amount of vibration and it was surprisingly fast. Well maybe not ’surprisingly’, but I wasn’t expecting it to be as scrappy as it was. My complaint at the time was that the plastic instrument cluster came across as ’cheap’ and just lowered my perception of the overall fit and finish of the bike."

Honda Fury / Stateline Specifications

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T.J got an early start from his father and other family members who owned and rode motorcycles, and by helping with various mechanical repairs throughout childhood. That planted a seed that grew into a well-rounded appreciation of all things mechanical, and eventually, into a formal education of same. Though primarily a Harley rider, he has an appreciation for all sorts of bikes and doesn't discriminate against any particular brand or region of origin. He currently holds an Associate's degree in applied mechanical science from his time at the M.M.I.  Read full bio

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2019 Honda Fury

2019 Honda Fury

Honda’s factory chopper rolls on

Updated: September 19, 2018

Honda’s tagline for the nearly decade-old Fury chopper is “go big or go home.” Designed during the height of chopper mania before the 2008 economic meltdown, the Fury is certainly the cleanest factory custom from any Japanese manufacturer. Although it’s not actually all that big—its SOHC engine displaces 1,312cc, hardly a record for cruiser muscle mass—it can boast three valves and two spark plugs per cylinder (for a balance of low emissions, fuel economy, and power). The 52-degree V-twin drives through a five-speed gearbox and shaft final drive, which sanitizes the bike’s appearance.

As one might expect from this sort of Easy Rider wannabe, the wheelbase is ultra-long (71.2 inches, nearly 1-1/2 feet more than a typical sportbike), and the 32-degree steering-head angle makes for a stable but slow-turning machine. Fortunately, the seat height is a scant 26.9 inches off the sundeck, helping riders manage the (actually fairly modest) claimed 663-pound curb weight. The highly stylized lines and decisive Pearl Hawkseye Blue finish are simply eye-popping, making the Fury a standout in almost any crowd.

Likes: Dual balancers smooth out the narrow-angle V-twin's jitterbugging

Dislikes: Do you really need attention this much?

Verdict: A future Honda collectible you can buy today

2019 Honda Fury Specs and Pricing

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2019 Honda Fury: 

The Fury® looks like something from the farthest fringes of the two-wheeled world, yet it’s a Honda, through and through. It’s the rolling incarnation of the pure, undiluted chopper essence, a machine that simply looks right, sounds right, and goes straight to the heart of radical enthusiasts. Despite the extreme lines and head-turning looks, the Fury is backed up with the same fit and finish, functionality, affordability, quality and reliability that are built into every Honda.

Go big or go home—sound like your way of thinking? If so, then step this way—we have the perfect bike for you: the 2019 Honda Fury. Motivating down the road with a 1312cc V-twin, there’s plenty of engine here. But the real statement isn’t just engine size—it’s the way this awesome custom machine looks.

Long, lean and mean, stretching nearly six feet from axle to axle, this is an outrageous testimony to the builder’s art. But this bike is more than a looker. Where most customs this visually impressive are, errr, challenged when it comes to their handling, the Fury is pure Honda in this department. Which means this awesome bike is just as much fun to ride as it is to look at.

Fury
Features & Options
1312cc liquid-cooled, 52º V-twin engine
Low 26.9-inch seat height
Wide 200-series rear tire

Fury ABS
Features & Options
Adds: Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)

2019 Honda Fury Totalmotorcycle.com Key Features

Pure V-Twin Soul.
The Fury’s 1312cc, 52º brute V-Twin engine puts out heaps of power and torque. There’s a reason why this engine is a lot of people’s all-time favorite.

Brakes
A single, powerful 336mm-diameter front-disc brake is complemented by a 296mm brake disc in back. An ABS version is also available.

Long Rake
A raked-out front end and condensed, hard-tail look to the rear, plus a stretched wheelbase. And that long wheelbase is no illusion—the Fury stretches a full 71.2 inches between axles.

High-Tensile Steel Frame
The Fury’s high-tensile steel frame is the centerpiece to this machine’s open, minimalist chopper styling. It’s functional, too, delivering smooth ride quality and responsive handling.

Chopper Styling
The Fury is one of the most authentic, radically styled custom motorcycles that Honda has ever produced. It features a teardrop seamless fuel tank, an ingenious single-shock rear suspension system and an aluminum swingarm.

Fuel Injection
Forget about fiddling with a choke—the Fury’s fuel-injection system means no-hassle startups on cold mornings or at high altitudes.

V-Twin Engine
A powerful 1312cc, 52-degree V-twin engine with a single-pin crankshaft and dual balancers has plenty of torque, and the feel only a V-twin can deliver.

Low Seat
The Fury’s super-low 26.9-inch seat height is an integral design element that fits in behind the slim and long fuel tank.

Shaft Final Drive
The shaft final drive is quiet, clean and has been uniquely integrated into the overall design.

Exhaust
The Fury’s engine features specially designed camshafts that also add to the unique V-twin sound and power-pulse exhaust sensations.

Unique Wheels and Tires
A fat 200-series rear tire is paired with a slim 21-inch front tire, both wrapped around distinctive alloy wheels.

2019 Honda Fury Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits

Engine/Drivetrain
•The 1,312cc liquid-cooled 52-degree V-twin delivers strong low-end and midrange torque, with ample power for passing and relaxed cruising. Unique dual-exhaust system offers throaty exhaust note.
•Power plant features a single-pin crankshaft to accentuate engine character.
•Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) incorporates a single 38mm diameter throttle body.
•Three-Valve Dual-Plug Combustion Chamber.
•Five-speed transmission for exciting roll-on performance.
•Low-maintenance slim-profile driveshaft provides smooth operation with no need for chain or belt guards and covers.

Chassis/Suspension
•High-mount steering head complements the raked-out front end.
•Hard-tail styling.
•Long, slim 3.4 gallon seamless fuel tank mounts high on the frame for a true custom look.
•Slim radiator is mounted unobtrusively to accent the Fury’s clean lines.
•Minimalist front and rear fenders complement the Fury’s chopper styling.
•Control lines and cables are specially routed for a clean, custom look.
•Rear suspension system gives a clean, uncluttered appearance.
•Single rear shock with adjustable rebound damping and five-position preload adjustment features an advanced internal valve system for a comfortable ride, and provides 3.7 inches of wheel travel.
•Large-diameter 45mm extended fork provides 4.0 inches of plush, responsive travel.
•Integrated handlebar-mounted chrome housing features a speedometer, odometer/A&B trip meters, and indicator lights for the turn signals, high beam, neutral, oil pressure, coolant temperature, and clock.
•Electric speedometer with easy-to-read numerals uses an electronic transmission speed sensor, which eliminates the front-wheel-mounted speedometer cable. This contributes to a clean, uncluttered look.

Honda Accessories
•Front Spoiler
•Front Spoiler LED Accent Lights
•Low Sissy Bar Upright
•Passenger Backrest Pad
•Boulevard Screen (smoke)
•Rear Fender Panel
•Leather Front Pouch
•Custom Rider Seat (Tribal/ Vector/Flame)
•Custom Passenger Seat
•Braided Lines (Throttle Cable/Clutch Cable/Front Brake Hose/Rear Brake Hose)
•Billet Clutch Cover
•Billet Timing Cover
•Billet Master Cylinder Cap
•Billet License Plate Frame
•Billet Dipstick
•Chrome Allen Bolt Inserts
•Fork Bolt Covers
•Custom Grips
•Outdoor Cycle Cover

WARRANTY: Because we are so confident in the quality of each of our Honda Accessories, we are pleased to offer one of the best warranties in the industry. One-year warranty begins on the day accessories are purchased by the customer.
•Meets current EPA and CARB standards
•California version differs slightly due to emissions equipment

2019 Honda Fury – Totalmotorcycle.com USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $10599 – $11449 
USD
Canada MSRP Price: $ CDN
Europe/UK MSRP Price: £ GBP (On The Road inc 20% Vat)
Australia MSRP Price: See Dealer for Pricing in AUS
Model VT1300CX ABSVT1300CX
ENGINE
Type1,312cc liquid-cooled 52º V-twin
Valve TrainSOHC; three valves per cylinder
Bore x Stroke89.5mm x 104.3mm
Compression Ratio9.2:1
InductionPGM-FI w/ automatic enrichment; one 38mm throttle body
IgnitionDigital w/ 3-D mapping, two spark plugs per cylinder
StarterElectric
Transmission5-speed
ClutchMultiplate wet
Final DriveShaft
SUSPENSION
Front45mm telescopic fork; 4.0 in. travel
RearSingle shock w/ adjustable rebound damping, five-position spring preload adjustability; 3.7 in. travel
BRAKES
FrontSingle 336mm disc w/ dual-piston caliper; ABSSingle 336mm disc w/ twin-piston caliper
RearSingle 296mm disc w/ single-piston caliper; ABSSingle 296mm disc w/ single-piston caliper
TIRES
Front90/90-21
Rear20/50-18
MEASUREMENTS
Rake (Caster Angle)32º
Trail92mm (3.6 in.)
Length100.6 in.
Width35.4 in.
Height45.3 in.
Seat Height26.9 in.
Ground Clearance 4.9 in.
Wheelbase71.0 in.
Fuel Capacity3.4 gal.
ColorPearl Hawkseye Blue
Curb Weight*681 lbs.666 lbs.

*Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and full tank of fuel—ready to ride
Meets current EPA standards
Models sold in California meet current CARB standards and may differ slightly due to emissions equipment

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