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honda shadow exhaust

#1 Unread post by bigreddodge69 »

i got a 2009 honda shadow 750 aero and am wondering about changing exhaist. do you have to get a jet kit or can u just swap and go and also would a exhaust off a 98 suzuki intruder fit? thanks

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#2 Unread post by Superfly3176 »

You'll probably have to rejet your carb. I'm suprised Honda was still using carbs in 2009. Actually had to look it up. And probably not on the exhaust.

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#3 Unread post by totalmotorcycle »

I would agree, you will most likely need to rejet. K&N makes some great jet kits. Also remember the "power triangle"




To increase power, you need to increase all 3 idealy.

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