Honda : Shadow Shadow Aero VT1100C3 Shadow Aero VT1100C3 Black 9K Chrome w/ Accessories
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You are viewing my excellent condition 2000 Honda Shadow Aero 1100 with 9,xxx miles on it. This motorcycle has the clean, low lines of a classic bike from the 50's, but with the modern technology and comfort. The bike needs nothing and I'm only selling for other interests ('67 Camaro). The bike has always been adult owned, garaged and covered. I have added many chrome parts (tons), studded Mustang seat with backrest, fender and tank bibs, and aftermarket exhaust that sounds fantastic! The quick detachable bags and windshield are great for those lengthy trips or spring/fall rides. Here's an excerpt from a professional review done for Honda; At last Honda had a nice sounding twin with enough torque to satisfy buyers that didn’t want to wander to the folks in Milwaukee for their V-twin needs. In 1998 Honda released a new bike, the Shadow Aero 1100. The lighting, bodywork, exhaust, seats, and many other small details were all new. The Aero is based on the ACE engine with the single crank, but a larger two into one exhaust and more retro styling. This model was designed to look like the Indian and Police bikes from the 50s and 60s. With a beautifully crafted 2 into 1 pipe and large, sweeping fenders, the Aero looks ready to cruise in comfort. The single pin crank gives it that H.D. rumble and sound, but also gives it a major case of the shakes. Vibration is quite evident in the 1998 – 2000 Aeros, and then Honda decided to endow the Aero with a dual pin crank for it’s last two model years. ('01 - '02) This change created a much smoother running ‘scoot, with less vibration at all RPMs. It also changed the way the bike sounds and performs, and these changes mean different things to different people. In the transition the Aero lost it’s baritone whump-whump and it sounds more like a deep purring. The Aero was discontinued in 2002. Another excerpt; The look is older than Honda itself. The elegant, flowing curves and clean detailing on Honda's latest cruiser stretch back to pre-war years. In the 1930s, what we would now call "high-tech" design took its inspiration from the evolving science of aerodynamics. Smoothly rounded designs pioneered on aircraft were applied to cars, trains, appliances, and motorcycles. Luxury automobiles developed long, low, teardrop contours. The style spoke of elegance, comfort and speed. The motorcycle beneath the retro styling of Honda's Aero is very similar to the extremely popular Shadow A.C.E. (American Classic Edition). It uses a similar chassis, and power comes from the same liquid-cooled 1099cc 45-degree single-crankpin V-twin engine. However, the Aero has a longer, lower appearance and a host of unique styling touches that immediately distinguish it. The wheelbase stretches an additional 1.1 inches to 66.1 inches, and full fenders, a long, classically shaped 4.2-gallon fuel tank, and fat whitewall tires accentuate the bike's length. But the sense of expanse is probably heightened most by the long two-into-one exhaust system, with a fat single muffler that draws your eye back past the rear fender, where it culminates it a subtle fishtail. The Aero is the first Honda ever to wear rider floorboards, and these polished-alloy items lay almost flat to contribute to the impression of length. The low, saddle-style seat and short-rise, pullback handlebar further accentuate the Aero's length. Another essential component of the look is the stretched chrome headlight, which houses the speedometer. Honda has never felt that speedometers belong down out of view on the fuel tank, but setting them atop the fork crown (like the Spirit or A.C.E.) interrupts the lines of a cruiser. So, as with the first bikes it imported into this country, Honda dropped it into the headlight shell. The elegant ivory-faced instrument features nostalgic, yet readable numerals. Operated electrically, it has no cable to clutter the bike, but the LCD odometer/tripmeter (which all new designs now get because they are small, light and hard to tamper with) sounds a slightly discordant note. SPECIFICATIONS 1998-2000 Honda Shadow Aero Designation: VT1100C3 ENGINE & DRIVETRAIN Type: Liquid-cooled 45-degree tandem V-twin Valve arrangement: SOHC; 2 intake valves, 1 exhaust valve, operated by rockers, hydrualic adjusters Displacement, bore x stroke: 1099cc, 87.5 x 91.4mm Compression ratio: 8.0:1 Carburetion: 2, 36mm CV Lubrication: sump, 4.4 qt. Minimum fuel grade: 87 octane Transmission: wet clutch, 5 speeds Final drive: Shaft, 3.091:1 CHASSIS Seat height: 28.5 in. Wheelbase: 66.1 in. Rake/trail: 32.25 degrees / 5.71 in. Overall length: 100.8 in. Wet weight: 666 lbs., 54% rear wheel GVWR: 1043 lbs. Wheels: Wire spoke, 17 x 3.00 front, 15 x 3.50 rear Front tire: 140/80-17 Dunlop D404F tube-type Rear tire: 170/80-15 Dunlop K555 tube-type Front brake: single-action, double-piston calipers, 12.4-in. discs Rear brake: single-action, single-piston caliper, 10.1-in. disc Front suspension: 41mm stanchions, 5.9 in. travel Rear suspension: dual dampers, 3.9 in. travel, adjustable for preload Fuel capacity: 4.2 gal., (0.8 gal reserve) Handlebar: 38.4 in. wide, 1.0 in. diameter Inseam Equivalent: 32.1 in. ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION Charging output: 329 watts Battery: 12v, 16 AH Forward lighting: 7.0-in 55/60-watt headlight, position lights Taillight: Single bulb, license light Instruments: speedometer, LCD odometer/tripmeter; warning lights for high beam, turns signals, neutral, oil pressure, coolant temperature PERFORMANCE Fuel mileage: 29 to 40 mpg, 35.1-mpg average Average range: 147 miles RPM at 60 mph, top gear: 3310 200 yard, top-gear-acceleration from 50 mph, terminal speed: 70.5 mph Quarter-mile acceleration: 15.13 sec., 85.7 mph Read the reviews online and you will see, this bike is the best bang for the buck! This clean motorcycle is ready to go. Get ready for bike week! If you have any questions, please feel free to email me. Thanks for looking. Notes: This vehicle is located in Agawam, MA. I want you to be 100% satisfied with your purchase. I welcome your questions, although you are highly encouraged to inspect this vehicle, or have someone inspect it for you PRIOR to the auction end. Please ask all questions and address all concerns before bidding. Winning a listing is not meant to grant you the privilege of inspecting the car after the fact. This car is being sold AS IS/WHERE IS with no guarantees or warranties written or implied. This is a beautiful motorcyle and the seller will make every reasonable effort to disclose any known defects. However, all descriptions and representations are for information purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. Buyer is responsible for vehicle pickup or shipping arrangements and all shipping expenses. Terms: You as a buyer are entering a contract to purchase. After the sale a deposit of $500 (non-refundable) is expected within 2 days, and payment in full is expected within 7 days. Seller accepts certified funds or cashiers check from known financial institutions. All non paying buyers must pay the full ebay listing fee. If you have any questions or can not meet these terms then please email them to me. The vehicle is listed locally and I reserve the right to void or canel this listing and sale at anytime.