How many horsepower is a Honda Shadow 600?
|Honda VT 600 C Shadow VLX Engine and Transmission Technical Data|
|Number of valves per cylinder||3|
|Camshaft Valvetrain Configuration||–|
|Maximum power – Output – Horsepower||38.40 HP (28.0 kW) @ 6500 RPM|
What size is a Honda Shadow VLX?
Honda VT 600C Shadow VLX
|Make Model||Honda VT 600C Shadow VLX|
|Wheelbase||1600 mm / 63 in|
|Dimensions||Length 2355 mm / 92.7 in Width 840 mm / 33.1 in Height 1120 mm / 44.1 in|
|Seat Height||690 mm / 27.2 in|
|Dry Weight||207 kg / 456.4 lbs|
When did the Honda Shadow VLX VT600 come out?
Here you will find specs for the tail end of the First Generation and the Second Generation Honda Shadow VLX VT600 model motorcycle from 1995 to 2007. These specs apply to the standard VT600C and the Deluxe VT600CD which had additional decorative chrome pieces and special paint options.
What are the specs of the Shadow VT600C and deluxe VT600CD?
These specs apply to the standard VT600C and the Deluxe VT600CD which had additional decorative chrome pieces and special paint options. Earlier model Shadow VLX utilize dual carburetors. Here you will find specs including horsepower and torque ratings. Read more…
What kind of transmission does a Honda VT600 have?
The VT600 is more commonly known as the Honda Shadow VLX. The term VLX is an acronym for: V -Twin, L owered, e X tended rake. Introducted in 1988 the VLX had a 20 year run in the U.S. The VLX is the only honda Shadow model to utilize a four speed transmission and a single shock “softail-style” rear suspension.
What is the compression ratio of a VT600 engine?
Model: VT600C (Standard) / VT600CD (Deluxe) Engine Type: 583cc liquid-cooled 52o V-twin Bore and Stroke: 75mm x 66mm Compression Ratio: 9.2:1