2004 Honda VT1100C2 Shadow Sabre Review

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2004 Honda VT1100C2 Shadow Sabre
2004 Honda VT1100C2 Shadow Sabre

2004 Honda VT1100C2 Shadow Sabre
2004 Honda VT1100C2 Shadow Sabre


2004 Honda VT1100C2 Shadow Sabre Review

2004 Honda VT1100C2 Shadow Sabre

Taking hot-rod styling to a whole new level…

From its cast-aluminum wheels and chromed fork to its gorgeously sculpted fenders, the 2004 Honda Shadow Sabre takes hot-rod styling to a whole new level. And with a potent yet smooth 1099cc mill pumping out heaps of V-twin muscle, this baby goes as good as it shows.


2004 Honda VT1100C2 Shadow Sabre Key Features

California version differs slightly due to emissions equipment.

 


 

2004 Honda VT1100C2 Shadow Sabre – Specifications/Technical Details
USA MSRP Price: $8,299 Candy Red; $9,499 Black Flame, Pearl Purple Flame USD
Canadian MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing in CDN

DIMENSIONS
Weight 573.0 lbs.

Wheelbase 64.6 in.

Seat Height 27.2 in.

ENGINE
Engine Liquid-cooled, 45-degree V-twin, SOHC; three valves per cylinder

Displacement 1099cc

Bore x Stroke 87.5mm x 91.4mm

Compression Ratio 8.0:1

Carburetion Two 36mm CV

Fuel Capacity 4.2 gal., including 0.6-gal. reserve

Ignition Solid-state digital, two spark plugs per cylinder

DRIVETRAIN
Transmission Five-speed

Final Drive Shaft

BRAKES/WHEELS/TIRES
Brakes Front: Single 316mm disc with twin-piston caliper
Rear: Single 276mm disc with single-piston caliper

Tires Front: 120/90-18
Rear: 170/80-15

OPERATIONAL
Suspension Front: 41mm fork; 4.7-inch travel
Rear: Dual shocks with five-position spring-preload adjustability; 3.9-inch travel

OTHER
Colors
Black Flame
Candy Red
Pearl Purple Flame

Suggested Starting Price shown does not include tax, title, or destination charge. Dealer prices may vary.

 

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