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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.

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