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    Default Honda Shadow 750 air cleaner abomination

    I've a 04' Honda Shadow Aero 750, one of the things I would really like to do away with is the huge plasti-chrome teardrop shaped air filter housing/cover. It may be even uglier than the stock exhaust that was on there. I'd really like to have a smaller round vintage/classic type housing, any suggestions/links/pics?

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    You're certainly right about it being an abomination..it was one reason I never felt like buying an Aero :-(

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    You can remove the hole housing and run a couple pancake filters in the tubes themselves that go to the carbs and of course rejet and adjust a/f screws to what's needed. It's hard on the 750's being a twin cause without a custom manifold to convert to a single carb you are kinds Sol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooedolive View Post
    It's hard on the 750's being a twin cause without a custom manifold to convert to a single carb you are kinds Sol!
    isn't the '04 a single carburetor?

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    You might find it easier to run a 750 spirit air cleaner. It's still a little bulky though...

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    rip out the airbox keep the stock rubber rube/hose that comes off the carb measure the diameter get a piece of pipe that fits jam her in there, put some pods off the filter ur good to go

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    id just keep it on, paint it black to hide it or something. shadows dont wanna run right after you mess with the airbox imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schloss View Post
    isn't the '04 a single carburetor?
    Yea you may be right....

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    Yeah it's a single carb. Thanks for the ideas so far, just not sure what I'm doing with it yet, any more ideas???

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