2010 Honda VT750C Aero

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2010 Honda VT750C Aero
2010 Honda VT750C Aero



– 2010 Honda VT750C Aero

2010 Honda VT750C Aero

Hot performance and a cool retro look — that’s the Honda VT750CA Aero in a nutshell. Its sophisticated 745 cc V-twin engine produces plenty of power for effortless city or highway cruising, but it doesn’t overwhelm you with its size and weight the way some big-bore bikes can. And check out those classically valanced fenders, the broad, low-slung solo seat with detachable passenger section, the wide tires rolling on spoke wheels, and the suspension that looks retro but feels modern-day plush. Easy on the eyes, and easy on the wallet. The VT750CA Aero sure is an easy bike to like.

 

 

 

Features/Benefits

Engine/Drivetrain

New Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) incorporates a single 34 mm throttle body.

745 cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine produces impressive power over a broad rpm range.

Crankshaft features long-stroke design to produce strong V-twin feel and low-rpm torque peak.

Three-valve cylinder-head design utilizes two spark plugs per cylinder for excellent combustion efficiency and high power output.

Finned cylinders enhance appearance and give a big-bike look.

Aluminum radiator maintains consistent engine temperature for optimum performance and long engine life. Mounted between frame rails for enhanced appearance.

Wide-ratio five-speed transmission.

Reliable electric starting system.

Ignition with electronic advance offers dependability.

Air-injection system injects air into the exhaust ports to ensure complete combustion.

 

 

Chassis/Suspension

New Combined Brake System with ABS provides both the operating ease of linked front and rear brakes and the control of an advanced Anti-lock Brake System.

Innovative frame design features a large steel tube backbone reaching back from strong cast steering head to the rear of the engine case for simplicity and strength.

Sturdy and responsive 41 mm front fork features large-diameter chrome steel shrouds and large billet-aluminum triple-clamp for a distinctive retro look. It delivers confident, neutral handling and a plush

117 mm (4.6 inches) of wheel travel.

Large 4 mm-thick fork brace mounted under fender enhances rigidity.

Dual-shock rear suspension features five-position spring preload adjustability and eye-catching chrome covers, while offering 89 mm (3.5 inches) of wheel travel for a smooth, well-controlled ride.

Large-section tires mounted on traditional spoke wheels with wide chrome rims. Front end features a fat 120/90-17 tire that provides a wide footprint and matches the substantial style of the machine.

Shaft final-drive system provides smooth, low-maintenance operation.

 

 

Additional Features:

Tank-mounted speedometer features an attractive chrome instrument housing.

Instrument lights mounted inside meter for optimum visibility.

Chrome highlights include: cylinder-head cover, air-cleaner cover, left and right engine sidecovers, brake and clutch lever brackets, rear brake pedal, shift lever, swingarm pivot cap, ignition switch cover, handlebar, rear shock covers, and headlight.

Solid aluminum footpegs with wide rubber trim bands project a custom-made look.

Handlebar is positioned low and wide for a comfortable feel, and is mounted on rubber-cushioned risers to reduce vibration.

Broad, low-slung seat with detachable passenger section.

Stylish 14-litre fuel tank.

Brilliant 60/55-watt halogen headlight.

Large custom-styled taillight and attractive retro-styled turn indicators.

Steering-head lock and helmet lock for added security when parked.

1 year, unlimited mileage, freely transferable warranty.

 

 

 

 



2010 Honda VT750C Aero – USA Specifications
MSRP: NA

Model not available in the USA





 

2010 Honda VT750C Aero – Canada Specifications
MSRP: $9,799 CDN

Engine Type Liquid-cooled 52-degree V-twin

Displacement 745 cc

Bore & Stroke 79 mm x 76 mm

Compression Ratio 9.6:1

Valve Train Chain-driven SOHC, 3 valves per cylinder

Fuel Delivery PGM-FI electronic fuel injection

Transmission Wide-ratio five-speed

Final Drive Shaft

Front Suspension 41 mm fork, 117 mm (4.6 in.) travel

Rear Suspension Dual shocks with adjustable spring preload, 89 mm (3.5 in.) travel

Tires 120/90 – 17 front; 160/80 – 15 rear

Brakes Front single 296 mm disc with dual-piston caliper; rear single 276 mm disc with single-piston caliper. Combined Braking System with ABS

Seat Height 658 mm (25.9 in.)

Wheelbase 1,640 mm (64.6 in.)

Curb Weight 262 kg (578 lb) including required fluids and full tank of gas – ready to ride

Fuel Capacity 14.6 litres, including 3.5-litre reserve

Colour Heavy Grey Metallic/Candy Blaze Orange

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