At the main link to the Japan CTX1300 page click on the last button in the bar across from where it says CTX. That's the accessories page. Click on a picture of the accessory and you will see where it shows how many Yen for that item. I use Google currency converter to put that number in for Yen and get the result for US Dollar.Thanks for posting this. Glad to see Japan has their page live and running. Got to love that back rest piece, anyone know what it might sell for in the U.S?
Good catch on that page. Google search for translators and converters to the rescue again.Can anyone figure out the torque and horsepower numbers from the window that pulls up if you click on the 2nd to the last button across from where it says ctx?
Those look like the same numbers that were quoted in another article, which a few people called into question. I can see the HP being down (though not by THAT much), but the motor was supposed to have been retuned for more torque than the ST variant, and this number is clearly less. So I wouldn't take those numbers to the bank just yet.Thanks bob for all your work. However, I got to say I'm very disappointed. I need more power to keep me interested. This is likely a deal breaker for me. Why would Honda do this to that beautiful motor? I would have to double check, but those numbers sound worse than the 2014 Harleys! Man that bums me out! I'll probably keep what I have or wait and see how the accessories turn out on the Valkyrie.
and twin turbochargers.yep yep converters give 82. 8 Hp at 6k RPM and 78.1 lb/ft of Torque at 4.5K RPM. seriously unimpressive torque figures. the HP i can live with. Hope those torque numbers will be higher upon release. Wonder what kind of figures we'll get with some after market pipes, a fuel controler and K&N air filter.