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07-09-2018 09:07 PM
nate6966 Yep - spec numbers are just shiny bits and more of them.
Here's an example of the differences for the C model (only chart I have available)

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07-09-2018 03:58 PM
MR VTX
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Originally Posted by AZrider43 View Post
Nice! Love the color. What is n1,n2,n3 just different years?
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Originally Posted by RRobertson View Post
The way I understand it, they are different trim levels, with the 3 having more chrome from the factory. Although, I am certainly new to the VTX.
Actually, the higher the N number, the more polished parts are installed by Honda. Honda hardly chromes anything extra on their bikes.
07-09-2018 06:41 AM
RRobertson
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Originally Posted by AZrider43 View Post
Nice! Love the color. What is n1,n2,n3 just different years?
The way I understand it, they are different trim levels, with the 3 having more chrome from the factory. Although, I am certainly new to the VTX.
07-08-2018 11:33 AM
Supra11 That's a beauty!! Congratulations!!!
07-08-2018 11:20 AM
AZrider43 Nice! Love the color. What is n1,n2,n3 just different years?
07-08-2018 10:48 AM
MR VTX Congrats! Now don't let the "mod bug" bite you too hard.
07-08-2018 08:13 AM
RRobertson So I pulled the trigger yesterday and am the owner of a 2005 VTX 1800N3. Thanks for the input, it helped with my decision.


Russell



07-04-2018 12:43 PM
AZrider43 Paid $4800 for my 2004 N with 17000 miles a few months ago, has more accessories but I think you have a good deal!
07-04-2018 12:13 AM
MR VTX
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Originally Posted by RRobertson View Post
So 2 1/2 years after posting this thread, I find myself in a familiar situation. I ended up passing on the VTX from the original post. I took a few summers off from riding, but the desire has returned.


Not to give everybody Dejavu, but I am most likely going to pick this VTX 1800N up this weekend, unless this post throws up some large red flag. https://www.cycletrader.com/listing/...00N-5003238193 Looking at what others are selling for, the price seems more than fair, especially with the Batwing Fairing included. The Fairing and quick release mounts seem to be a $500+ option if bought new. It is a 2005 with 24,000 miles. Is there anything that I should be particularly aware of with this year/make/model? Any tell tell signs of the bike having issues? I looked at it in person, and it is in excellent condition. Paint is nearly perfect, chrome looks good, tires are nearly new, etc. I am planning on going to ride it on Saturday with cash available to make a cash offer.


Thanks for the input.....even 2 1/2 years later.


Russell
Russell, that is a steal. I bet you can get it for $4K cash easy. Sucker looks good and is ready for more (s)miles...25K is just barely broken in.
07-03-2018 11:11 PM
RRobertson So 2 1/2 years after posting this thread, I find myself in a familiar situation. I ended up passing on the VTX from the original post. I took a few summers off from riding, but the desire has returned.


Not to give everybody Dejavu, but I am most likely going to pick this VTX 1800N up this weekend, unless this post throws up some large red flag. https://www.cycletrader.com/listing/...00N-5003238193 Looking at what others are selling for, the price seems more than fair, especially with the Batwing Fairing included. The Fairing and quick release mounts seem to be a $500+ option if bought new. It is a 2005 with 24,000 miles. Is there anything that I should be particularly aware of with this year/make/model? Any tell tell signs of the bike having issues? I looked at it in person, and it is in excellent condition. Paint is nearly perfect, chrome looks good, tires are nearly new, etc. I am planning on going to ride it on Saturday with cash available to make a cash offer.


Thanks for the input.....even 2 1/2 years later.


Russell
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