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For being a GL cool if it was home built but as for production change the headlight and you may sell 6 if them
 

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it looks awfully similar to a goldwing fighter ive seen with a repsol paint job
 

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I love that bike...
But know they will tone it way way down for production
And it will be way more then I'll prob ever spend on a bike
 

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The joke was it should have been called the Honda Ruin since it cost the better part of $30k by the time you got it out of the dealership. It was a sales disaster, you could still buy brand new 2004 models in 2009.
 

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If I was older and in a position where I didn't want to wrench on bikes anymore, but still wanted a naked style bike with a big SSSA - that'd be the ticket. It's going to have 116 ft/lbs of of torque - super smooth 6 cylinder engine.


It's just how much they "tone it down".
 

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The joke was it should have been called the Honda Ruin since it cost the better part of $30k by the time you got it out of the dealership. It was a sales disaster, you could still buy brand new 2004 models in 2009.
ok. your point is right. But still, you can't deny the crazy looks :D we'll see what the new one can do...
 

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Kinda like the headlight might look good on the right bike
 

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id still ride that one. i wonder if its gonna carry a price tag like the rune did
 

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I was interested for about 10 seconds when I heard they brought the Valkyrie back, then I saw the pictures. The original ones were kind of cool. Buddy has one I'd rode a few times, ultra smooth, comfortable, pretty quick(hit 130 with a gigantic windshield). Not bad looking, kind of standard fare import cruiser.

Honda must have a new styling head, since a lot of their recent new models all share this weird futuristic art-deco streamline sort of style. Props for doing something different, though it doesn't seem like it's winning over a lot of fans. Like they're trying to be edgy and unique, but not TOO different so as to put off the mature, conservative riders these bikes are aimed at.
 
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