How much horsepower does a Honda Shadow 500 have?

How much horsepower does a Honda Shadow 500 have?

Honda VT 500C Shadow

Model Honda VT 500C Shadow
Starting Electric
Max Power 50 hp / 37.2 kW @ 9000 rpm
Max Torque 42 Nm / 30.9 lb-ft @ 7000 rpm
Transmission 6 Speed

How much is a 1998 Honda Shadow worth?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $6,599 $1,420
Options (Change)
Total Price $6,599 $1,420

What are the specs of a 1984 Honda VT500C Shadow?

Manufacturer – Make – Model – Year: Honda VT 500 C Shadow 1984. Motorcycle Style: Cruiser. ENGINE SPECS. Engine Type: 491 cc, 4 Stroke – Liquid Cooled – V Twin. Engine Bore and Stroke: 71 mm x 62 mm. Valves 3 valves/cylinder. Claimed Horsepower: 47.5 hp (35.2 kW) @ 9000 rpm. Maximum Torque: 42 Nm (31 ft. lbs) @ 7000 rpm.

How much horsepower does a Honda Shadow have?

Shadow VT750C Aero in Healesville, Victoria Compression ratio 9.0: 1 (1997-2003) 9.6: 1 (2004—) Top speed 100mph Power 45HP @ 5500RPM Torque 46.5 ft lbs @ 3300RPM

What’s the difference between Honda Shadow 750 and 800cc?

The 800cc engine had the same bore diameter as the original Shadow 750 engine, and a 5.1 mm (0.20 in) longer stroke, but was otherwise the same SOHC, three valves per cylinder, 45-degree V-twin engine. Besides having a larger displacement, this new RC32E engine did have another significant difference – it had a four-speed transmission.

What did Honda do to the Honda Shadow in 1986?

For 1986 Honda altered the frame and appearance of the VT700C (as with the Canadian and Japanese 750 models) which included lowering the seat, stretching the wheelbase, increasing rake and trail, switching the front brake from dual disks to a single disk and replacing ten-spoke with five-spoke cast wheels.