The systems have double ceramic coating that increases exhaust gas flow and therefore improves power. Besides better performance, lower exhaust pipe temperatures makes a more comfortable ride by reducing heat.
Other important feature is the heavy-duty 16-gauge steel which provides longer life and better sound. A special design spiral louver-packed baffle contributes to the sound and additional power. Mounting hardware is included.
The Fury features the longest wheelbase of any production motorcycle and is powered by a 1,312cc fuel-injected and liquid-cooled V-twin engine coupled with a 5-speed transmission. The bike uses shaft drive, which is completely different than the traditional belt on custom-style motorcycles.
Honda’s chopper weighs 663 pounds and features a low seat height and a Single-shock rear suspension offering a hard tail look. The 2010 Honda Fury is equipped with a PGM-FI with automatic enricher circuit with one 38mm throttle body induction system and a digital ignition system with three-dimensional mapping and two spark plugs per cylinder.