This is my 2002 Honda Shadow 750 C2 with Cobra Classic Slashcut Exhaust. The first partition wall is drilled. Now, it's louder and much more bass sound is produced. It works like over 1000 ccm motorcycle!
Triumph Tiger 955i '05
This is how my Triumph looks like and works. Cee Bailey's windshield,
handguards, 45 mm handlebar risers, headlight covers, 12V wiring socket,
K&N air filter, GIVI luggage system (cases and holders).
2008 Honda Shadow Aero 750cc with Cobra Streetrod Slashdown Exhausts
This is my 2008 Honda Shadow Aero 750cc with Cobra Streetrod Slashdown Exhausts. This a is not a huge bike, but
it is fun for whenever I get a chance to ride and relax. Here you will see
the accessories installed over the almost one year I had the bike. Recently
new Exhausts were installed, and at
the same time the carburetor was re-jetted using a Cobra Jet Kit and also a
new K&N High Performance Air Filter was installed. After that the
motorcycle was put into a Dyno computer to adjust for the
best performance possible resulting in increased horsepower and a smoother
ride. I like it...It sounds very cool too... As an update, recently I
added some nice and discreet LED lights that I will show on a video later.
Also added other items like a luggage rack, new chrome brake and clutch
levers, new Kuryakin ISO grips, different saddlebags, and a new chrome
reserve gas switch cover.
2000 Honda Shadow 750 ACE American Classic Edition
Cobra pipes, Memphis Shades Batwing fairing, lowered 2" in rear, Saddlemen
bags, pin striping by Jon Boy, and amp'd speakers for MP3.
Sorry about the video quality, it takes great stills though.
I tried to add the stills with Movie Make but then it took out the video,
but left the audio... | -(
UPDATE: Found a converter to change the video type so I can edit and add
put up another video
2007 Honda Shadow Spirit 750 C2 Hole Saw Mod
This video tutorial demonstrates how to complete the hole saw mod on a 2007
Shadow Spirit 750. The hole saw mod is the removal of the resonator from
the end of both tailpipes using a hole saw drill bit. I am a complete noob
and this is my first modification to the bike. I couldn't be happier with
the improvement in sound. Should have done this a long time ago.
I refer to the resonator as the baffle. That is incorrect. Also, I have not
had to make any other adjustments since the mod. There is no popping on
deceleration or any other noticeable problems.