Question about 1999 Honda VT 1100 C3 Shadow Aero
Where to check oil level 1100 honda shadow aero? @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When lowering bikes, we usually lessen or cut the shock absorbers (front and back).
Accessory places have lowering blocks, they are just a small metal accessory that move the bottom of the rear shocks to the rear and down, I think you get 1.5 inches from them. Then you need to cut or get shorter springs in the front, either will probably make the ride stiffer in the front.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
the easiest way to see the coolant level is to shine a flash light up from underneth the plastic tank, located between the the engine and rear tire. now follow the fillcap located above the right side passenger foot peg. there will be a vertical one inch slot in a chrome cover. behind this slot are two very faint lines . one low, one high about a half inch apart. I found that carefully tilting the bike to the right makes it easy to see just how low the coolant is. a really small diameter piece of tubeing jammed into a tiny funnel will prevent a mess when topping off.
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
it takes between 3-4 quarts but that model has a dip stick on the oil cap so use it to check as you fill,also make sure to only use motorcycle oil,car oils break down to fast and were not designed for motorcycle use, honda makes a very good oil, i would use a 10w-40 for cold weather and 20w-50 for hot weather,also i would suggest a synthetic oil, it will shift easier and make those movable parts last allot longer. ( preventative maintenance )
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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