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Sounds strange maybe, but i would like to know it handles on curvy roads.

All choppers, cruisers I've ever tried has begun to wobble at around 90 mph. Is the fram up to the task. The frontforks looks to be!

PS! 1st post again!!!!

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Technical info for the European version !!!

Weight: 320 Kg. Ooooh! Heavy, but Honda's are known to be able to hide this once under speed.

The pistons are the largest that Honda has ever made, and that goes for their car division too!

Specifications VTX1800 (ED-type) (95/1/EC-values)

Engine Liquid-cooled 4-stroke 6-valve SOHC V-twin

Bore x Stroke 101 x 112mm

Displacement 1,795cm3

Compression Ratio 9 : 1

Carburation Electronic fuel injection with automatic choke

Max. Power Output Exact value to be determined

Max. Torque 163Nm/3,000min-1

Ignition Digital transistorised with electronic advance; two spark plugs per cylinder

Starter Electric

Transmission 5-speed

Final Drive Enclosed shaft

Dimensions (L x W x H) 2,456 x 932 x 1,128mm

Wheelbase 1,715mm

Seat Height 693mm

Ground Clearance 130mm

Fuel Capacity 17 litres (including 3.5-litre warning light reserve)

Wheels Front/Rear Cast aluminium

Tyres Front 130/70-R18 (Radial)

Rear 180/70-R16 (Radial)

Suspension Front 45mm inverted cartridge-type telescopic fork, 130mm axle travel

Rear Dual conventional dampers with 5-step spring preload adjustment, 100mm axle travel

Brakes Front 296mm dual hydraulic disc with Combined three-piston callipers and sintered metal pads

Rear 316mm hydraulic disc with Combined three-piston calliper and sintered metal pads

Dry Weight 320kg

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