2012 Honda VTX1800N Spectacular Engine and Design

The Honda VTX1800N is design and concept Classic retro beauty with the modern-day touch. The VTX1800N is rolling, chromed proof of how cool and trendsetting a cruiser can be. Blending equal parts past and future, like flowing lines and swooping, hot-rod-retro fenders with flush-mounted LED brake/tail lights, bullet-style turn signals and gorgeous cast aluminum wheels, the “N” has single-handedly redefined how a bold and innovative new cruiser should look.

2012 Honda VTX1800N

 The Honda VTX1800 is the bike that started it all, wrapping Honda's biggest-ever V-twin engine in a stylish, too-cool-for-words package that continues to put other street-rods to shame. Horsepower, handling, acceleration, and the stunning looks to match no V-twin cruiser on the market today better embodies these timeless traits than the VTX1800N, boasting innovative features like a massive 1795c V-twin engine with dual-plug combustion chambers; Linked Braking System; and classically cool styling that includes swooping, sculpted fenders, LED lighting, straight-cut, two-into-two mufflers, and stunning cast aluminum wheels.

2012 Honda VTX1800N
Honda VTX1800N
2008 Honda VTX1800N
 The VTX1800 1795cc Liquid-Cooled 52° V-twin Engine Unique offset dual-crankpin crankshaft design helps VTX engine produce peak horsepower at 5000 rpm and peak torque at 3500 rpm while minimizing vibration and allowing for a smooth-running engine. Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) ensures optimal fuel delivery utilizing sensors for intake-port pressure, engine-coolant temperature, intake-air temperature and atmospheric pressure.

Linked Braking System (LBS) Secondary master cylinder and a three-stage control valve govern the three-piston calipers of both the dual-front and single-rear brake discs to deliver proportional braking power. Special delay valve minimizes front-end dive.


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