The Shadow Spirit 750 is a cruising motorbike produced by Honda. The 2009 model starts at £4,549 new and can be custom-built from a choice of engine sizes, transmissions and suspensions. There are a number of aftermarket options for upgrading the factory exhaust tip. Exhaust tips can improve engine performance, change the sound of the engine and add a customised look to the Shadow Spirit 750.
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Road Burner specialises in producing high-performance exhaust pipes and tips for a range of motorbikes. The tips are an aftermarket option, which fit onto a pre-installed exhaust system. The Street Pro, designed for the Honda Shadow Spirit, is an exhaust tip designed to increase the overall performance of the motorbike. The tips are 2.5 inches, which is an extra inch thicker than standard pipes, allowing for greater airflow. Riders can choose between a high-polished stainless steel with chrome, or a matt black chrome finish. Road Burner offers a Street Lite series that is designed to be a cheaper alternative to the Street Pro.
Vance & Hines Classic 2
The Classic 2 range from Vance & Hines is revered to as The Originals. These exhaust tips are made from high-grade stainless steel to avoid corrosion. Featuring an inbuilt muffler, the Classic 2 changes the engine sound, making it deeper. The tips are oversized, making them a feature. They are finished with a mirror-like sheen and add an aesthetic appeal to the pre-installed exhaust system they attach to. The tips are heat-shielded to prevent "blueing" that can occur over time as the metal is exposed to extreme heat repeatedly.
Vance & Hines Straightshots and Cruzers
Vance & Hines Straighshots are designed to fit the Honda Shadow Spirit perfectly. The tips are plasma-arc cut from a single piece of tubing to fit the body of the Honda perfectly. The tips are installed directly onto a pre-installed exhaust system. Riders can choose to have the end tip customised with a plasma-arc cut design of their own or choose from a range of templates. The Cruzers range is design to make a statement. The tips come with an inbuilt muffler to increase the engine noise. They are cut-slanted, with the sound being projected to the side of the bike for maximum effect.
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