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Beautiful, Strong, Comfortable, And BulletProof. This Totally Loaded 1999 Interstate Will Do Everything And Keep You Smiling In The Process.

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Look closely and you will see something different on this Interstate. Notice the rear bag? Looks a little smaller and a whole bunch cleaner, doesn't it? The original owner didn't like the standard rear top bag. Thought it was big and bulky and didn't like the looks at all. So he put on this totally nice smaller bag. He gave up the intercom when he did this. I have the intercom setup if you wish to use it, you'll just need to install it in one of the bags. He really did a nice job. Notice too the exhaust tips. He put on a tip that has 3 outlets on each side. It used the stock exhaust system so it's still quiet, but it looks great. What is also amazing is that this is the first Valkyrie I have ever seen WITH NO EXHAUST CHROME DISCOLORATION.

Has highway pegs as well as really nice Kuryakyn grips with a palm rest. He put on a beautiful and functional Mustang Saddle driver and passenger seat. Check it out. The driver seat has a built in lower back support; located just where you need it to prevent back fatigue.

Also, don't worry about having to replace tires for a long time. This Interstate has virtually new Avon Radial Venom Tires...front and rear. Less than 1000 miles on these tires. These are expensive and really excellent tires.

And riders will be pleased with a recontoured saddle that drops seat height of the Valkyrie, down to 28.7 inches. And the Valkyrie Interstate achieves that seat height without sacrificing suspension travel or plushness. I am 5' 10" with a 29" inseam and I can easily sit flat footed at a stop light or whenever I stop the bike.

And this owner used MOBIL 1 SYNTHETIC OIL exclusively. This engine is like new.

Honda's 1999 Valkyrie Interstate is a motorcycle that combines a traditional tourer's weather protection and luggage capacity with the Valkyrie's hot-rod six-cylinder performance and wraps it up in a great retro style. To make the Valkyrie Interstate a true king of the road, Honda crafted a fork-mounted fairing with a prominent chrome-case double headlight, topped by a duct below the windscreen in the fairing to reduce low-pressure turbulence for the rider and passenger.

There's more air management down below, in the form of radiator side-covers that route hot engine air away from rider, and incorporate vents to direct cool air to the rider's legs. Nestled in the fairing is a traditionally styled instrument display, as well as an AM/FM radio with 80 watts of output, intercom, automatic volume control, ambiance setting and connectors for an optional CB radio and rear speakers. Handlebar-mounted controls operate the various audio functions.

The Honda Valkyrie Interstate Is Famous For Being Bulletproof. I Have Personally Seen Several With Over 150,000 Miles That Are Still Running Super Strong. With Just 11,400 Miles And Excellent Care, This Baby Is Just Barely Broken In.

Here Are Some Specs Of This Amazing Motorcycle

Valkyrie Interstate Features: Beautifully designed fork-mounted fairing features superb protection from the elements, a classic twin-headlight design with beautiful chrome case, and a laminar-flow fairing duct below the windscreen to minimize low-pressure turbulence for the rider. Full-size 30-liter rear trunk complements 35-liter saddlebags and is ideal for long-distance touring. Trunk holds one helmet and showcases twin pairs of retro-style chrome-set taillights. Increased-capacity fuel tank holds 6.9 gallons for extended touring, a full gallon more than a goldwing. Radiator side-covers route hot engine air away from the rider and have adjustable vents to direct cooling air to rider's legs. Redesigned seat has firm, comfortable construction for long-distance touring and a low 28.7-inch seat height. Standard AM/FM radio features fairing mounted 25-watt speakers. Handlebar-mounted module controls power, radio band, channel memory, audio mode, voice mode, talk, speakers/headset and clock. Additional touring modifications include revised ignition timing and carburetor settings for improved mid-range performance. rubber rear engine-mount to minimize vibration, additional frame strengthening for added loads, and revised spring and damping rates for rear shock absorbers to provide superior riding comfort. Classically styled instrument display features analog speedometer with electronic pickup, analog tachometer, LCD odometer, fuel level, clock, and audio displays. Engine: Liquid-cooled 1520cc six-cylinder engine is tuned for excellent roll-on power and sophisticated cruising comfort. Gold Wing-derived engine adds six carburetors, revised camshaft timing and free-flow exhaust system to boost engine out put considerably. Carefully designed chrome engine accents, including manifolds, timing belt cover and reshaped head covers, add to custom styling appeal. Five-speed transmission with close ratios for exciting roll-on performance. Quiet and virtually maintenance-free shaft drive. Simple-to-service screw-and-locknut valve-clearance adjusters. Tuned six-into-six exhaust system has three individual outlet pipes enclosed in a single muffler-like casing on each side. The six separate pipes give a unique and exciting sound, along with excellent performance. Maintenance-free hydraulic clutch, elec- tronic ignition, belt-driven camshafts and shaft drive reduce servicing time and cost. Powerful, 546-watt alternator offers plenty of power for electrical accessories. Chassis/Suspension: Tuned chassis offers confidence-inspiring handling. Massive, 45mm inverted front fork gives 5.1 inches of plush yet well-controlled travel. Large-section aluminum alloy top and bottom triple-clamps add to fork rigidity. Dual rear shocks with five-position preload adjustability give 4.7 inches of wheel travel. Large-section radial tires provide excellent grip and a smooth ride. Polished aluminum hollow-cast wheels complement the retro styling. Dual-front and single-rear disc brakes are equipped with twin-piston calipers. Long-range 6.9-gallon fuel tank. Relaxed and comfortable riding position comes from a wide, low, large-diameter handlebar and low, 28.7-inch seat height. Additional Features: Dual 45/45-watt halogen headlights with unique retro-style chrome case and multi reflector-type lens. Push-to-cancel turn signals. Comfortable, large-diameter handgrips. Transferable three-year unlimited-mileage limited warranty. Available Accessories Front nose mask, Tank belt, Windscreen-side visor, Front wind deflector, Radiator wind deflectors, Custom seat. Chromed items include fork case covers, sidecovers, handlebar levers, engine hangar cover, oil filler cap, radiator cap, radiator screen, handlebar risers, handle bar clamps, sidestand, swingarm cover, passenger footpeg bracket, Valkyrie emblem, front fender guard, front fender trim, and rear fender trim.

Specifications: 1999 Valkyrie Interstate: Engine Type: 1520cc liquid-cooled horizontally opposed six-cylinder Bore and Stroke: 71mm x 64mm Compression Ratio: 9.8:1 Valve Train: SOHC: two-valves per cylinder Carburetion: Six 28mm diaphragm-type CV Ignition: Solid-state digital Transmission: Five-speed Final Drive: Shaft Suspension Front: 45mm inverted telescopic fork; 5.1 inches travel Rear: Dual shocks with five-position spring preload adjustability; 4.7 inches travel Brakes Front: Dual disc with twin-piston calipers Rear: Single disc Tires Front: 150/80R-17 Rear: 180/70R-16 Wheelbase: 66.5 inches Seat Height: 28.7 inches Dry Weight: 771.0 pounds Fuel Capacity: 6.9 gallons, including 1.1-gallon reserve Color: Black

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