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2002 Honda Vtx on 2040-motos

Location:

Sheridan, Wyoming, United States

Sheridan, Wyoming, United States
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Honda VTX photos

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Honda VTX tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,800

Honda VTX description

This bike literally has too many add ons and accessories to list. Detailed photos show the results. It has a BrakeAway throttle lock/Cruise Control, the best on the market. Selectible, Sound Responsive Amber LED Accent Lighting. Kuryakyn Hyper Charger Intake with K&N Filter, Radiator Side trim and LED Lighting and many other chrome  accents. It has a Mustang Gel Seat and Includes Mustang Gel passenger seat and sissy bar. The bike has been lowered with Progressive Rear shocks and handles awesome. It has NEVER been laid down.

Moto blog

A Weighty Issue

Mon, 03 Nov 2008 00:00:00 -0800

For as long as I can remember, motorcycle manufacturers have been playing fast and loose with regard to what they claim for the weight of their bikes. The “dry weights” they foisted upon us had little basis in reality. The “dry” part of that claim meant that listed weights on a spec chart were the result of all fluids being MIA from the bike, including necessities like engine oil, coolant and fork fluid (not to mention fuel), but even that didn’t fully explain the overly optimistic specs.

Honda Launches Dream Yuga in India – One of The Cheapest New Honda Motorcycles Worldwide

Tue, 15 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Honda, the largest (by volume) motorcycle manufacturer in the world has launched one of its least expensive motorcycles. Made specifically for the booming two-wheeler market in India, the 109cc Dream Yuga is set to retail for 44,642 Indian rupees. That price wouldn’t translate directly here in the U.S., but a simple currency conversion at today’s monetary values equates the rupee cost to $830.

Pedrosa, Marquez, Bradl Talk About Racing, Motorcycles, And Each Other

Fri, 05 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700

In order to use footage from a Dorna-sanctioned MotoGP test session — say, for marketing or promotional reasons — a team must receive approval from Dorna. The process is tedious, and even if permission is granted, there are strict limitations as to what the material may or may not be used for. So when Honda decided to conduct its own private test (which Yamaha also joined), at the Circuit of the Americas, it was free from any and all Dorna mandates.