If you’re looking for a low mileage cruiser with plenty of power look no further. Our 2004 Honda Shadow Aero 750 is the one you’ve been waiting for. With its carburetor being completely rebuilt, this bike is one that’ll grant you years of joy on the open road.
A roomy, low-slung solo saddle with a detachable pillion welcomes rider and passenger. The bike’s steel-tube backbone frame was reworked to yield a ground-hugging 25.9-inch seat height.
This 2004 Honda Shadow Aero features a long-stroke design for big V-twin feel and low-rpm torque, along with two spark plugs per cylinder for combustion efficiency. A single 34mm CV carb mixes the juice, and compression has been bumped up slightly to 9.6:1 for a little extra punch.
With a push of the button, the twin rumbles awake immediately and settles into a pleasing cadence. Although it’s still quite muted, Honda has beefed up the exhaust note to a “huskier” level that we found more pleasing to the ear. Performance is smooth and responsive, even during warm-up, with nary a hiccup from idle to redline. Turn the handle and the engine pulls cleanly from low revs and feels more powerful through the midrange than its predecessor. Vibration is well-damped across the rev range and never obtrusive. Clutch effort is low and shifting is smooth and easy; even neutral is readily found.
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