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  1. #1

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    Default 99 Shadow 1100

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    Got this gem off facebook for 200 bucks. Got it home and put a battery and some gas in and it fired right up, thats why shadows are awesome. I did take the carbs off and replaced both slide diaphragm and put a jet kit in them.
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    Got a seat from a local guy for 20 bucks off a 01 shadow, it kinda fits, i did have to drill a new hole for the bolt on the rear of the seat. I cut the mufflers off and the bike really woke up, which isn't saying much cause its still a shadow but its not the pooch it used to be.

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    Made some bars up last night. The nice thing about this style of bar is unless you go crazy high you can usually get a way with stock cables and still be fine. I used 1 1/8 .125 wall tubing because i assumed they were 7/8 bars which in fact they are not, so i bored the center piece out to fit my 25 dollar ebay tracker bars which have a nice line in them which actually helped make sure both sides were straight. For the uprights i just turned down some scrap round stock we had at work to fit inside tightly and face welded and the i did one spot weld on the side. After I welded them i faced them again so they were straight then drilled and tapped holes to M12X1.75 which is the size of the riser bushings on the triple tree.
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    Honda controls are fun and have a pin on the outside of the switch housings, i just drill a 1/4 holes and it fits pretty tight.
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    It was also at this point i realized i forgot to hook up my taillight wires after i painted it

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    Hooked my tailight wires up and my 13 dollar pouch from ebay showed up so i to took out cruising. These are my favorite style bars and the pouch is a nice windbreaker.
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    "Is this Heaven, No son its Iowa"

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    Good Looking handlebars.
    I am also working on a Shadow in my Garage now.

    Hell Yeah

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