The 2011 Honda Shadow Phantom VT750C2 Motorcycle

2011 Honda Shadow Phantom VT750C2

The first time you lay eyes on the Shadow Phantom, it’s impossible to keep yourself from staring. Gawking, really.

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The VT750C2A Shadow Phantom

And wishing you had one in your garage. After all, this is the most unique Shadow we’ve ever made, an utterly stunning head-turner with its blacked-out 745cc V-twin engine and black rims sporting matte silver highlights, bobbed fenders, spoke wheels, and beefy front forks.

Then the exhaust note hits you, a deep, throaty pulse rumbling from dual exhausts. It’s hard to resist, we know. And downright impossible once you’ve seen its price tag.

The Shadow Phantom embodies the minimalist, stripped-down ideal of custom cruisers past, delivering a uniquely clean and uncluttered look accented with extensive use of blacked-out features—the frame, engine, rims, and handlebars—bringing motorcyclists back to what it means to be cool.

With its torquey 745cc V-twin engine featuring the sophisticated ease of Programmed Fuel Injection and three-valve/dual-plug combustion chamber construction serving up heaps of low-, mid-, and top-end muscle, the very affordably priced Shadow Phantom puts the thrill of saddling up one of the wickedest customs on pavement within reach of just about every rider.

Special Delivery: The Shadow Phantom 745cc V-twin engine features Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI), ensuring easy cold-weather starting and seamless, any-condition fuel delivery.

Black to the Future: Bad boys wear black, and the Shadow Phantom, with its all-black engine, frame, rims, and handlebar—all ever so perfectly accented with matte silver highlights—is a very bad boy indeed.

Hassle-Free Flying: Durable and virtually maintenance-free shaft final drive ensures smooth, dependable power delivery to the asphalt from the Shadow Phantom’s beefy 745cc V-twin.

2011 Honda Shadow Phantom VT750C2 Features:

Fuel Injection – The Phantom’s PGM-FI system ensures optimal fuel delivery, and thus performance, utilizing sensors for intake-port pressure, engine-coolant temperature, intake-air temperature and atmospheric pressure.

745cc V-twin Engine – The Shadow Phantom’s liquid-cooled, 745cc V-twin produces remarkable power across a broad rpm range, perfect for cruising or commuting, while its long-stroke crankshaft design helps create that strong V-twin pulse and low-rpm torque.

Three-Valve Dual-Plug Combustion Chamber

Shaft Final Drive

Honda Genuine Accessories:

Boulevard Screen (smoke), Custom Rider Seat, Solo Rider Rear Carrier, Backrest (tall/low), Rear Carrier, Backrest/Rear Carrier Mounting Brackets, Tank Belt (plain/studded), Saddlebags, Saddlebag Supports, Saddlebag Liner Set, Touring Bag (plain/studded/fringed), Front Pouch (plain/studded), Cycle Cover

Read More At: Honda.com

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4 comments to The 2011 Honda Shadow Phantom VT750C2 Motorcycle

  1. Ray Tricks
    November 1st, 2010 at 10:23 am

    Do you have the mpg stats for this Motorcycle?

  2. Motorcycle Advice USA
    November 1st, 2010 at 10:26 am

    Yes we do the Honda’s fuel economy estimates are based on EPA exhaust emission measurement test procedures and are intended for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors. This Motorcycle meets the current EPA standards.

    The models sold in California meet the current California Air Resources Board (CARB) standards, and may differ slightly due to emissions equipment.

  3. Ray Tricks
    November 1st, 2010 at 10:28 am

    Thank you for the information!

  4. Motorcycle Advice USA
    November 1st, 2010 at 10:29 am

    Your very Welcome!