The Backdraft Exhaust for the Honda Shadow VT750 Phantom, Spirit and AERO are an unrestricted exhaust pipe design that allows you to get the most out of your Honda Shadows performance! Click here for VT600 exhaust.
As shown in the pictures, this exhaust fits the Honda Shadow VT750 models with the plastic engine covers with the exhaust cutaway on the bottom. The pipes are designed to sit closer to the bike to keep your leg away from the pipes when riding.
Each set includes hardware. Does not include exhaust gaskets.
Aero and Phantom VT750 2004 - 2019
Spirit VT750C2 /C2F 2007 and newer
*WILL NOT FIT-
Spirit VT750DCA up to 2007
All VT750 ACE Models 1998-2003
All VT750DCA Spirit Models 2001-2007
All VT750 RS Models 2010-2013
Honda shadow Steed
If your bike has the plastic right side engine cover like the bike in this video - 04 Up Backdraft , THESE WILL FIT YOUR BIKE.
16Gga steel tubing
TIG welded contruction
TJ Brutal Customs DOM exhaust bosses
3/8" thick steel collars
For tuning a PGM-FI controlled bike, we recommend picking up a map controller or efi controller from Dynojet or any other reputable manufacturer of EFI system controllers. You can install pipes on an EFI controlled bike and in most cases, after a few rides the computer will adjust to the new exhaust or intake. However, to really get the most out of an exhaust upgrade, installing a Power Commander or something similar is highly recommended!
For tuning a carbureted model you will need to determine whether you have a dual or single carb and we recommend picking up one of our performance tuning kits.
Do not wrap these pipes, doing so will void the warranty as well as increase the chances of corrosion and failure. Please refer to the Support section for an explanation as to why we do not wrap pipes. All pipes are handmade and will have minor differences from set to set, being the nature of custom handmade parts. You may see some plating differences and weld differences, but all pipes have been inspected to make sure they will have a long life on your bike. Color change is normal on steel pipes, even when plated as they are single wall exhaust. Raw steel pipes WILL rust unless you plate or coat them. You can hit em with some VHT or chrome them or ceramic plate them if you choose to go the raw steel route. However this is the more expensive route. Purchasing the Cerakoted finish option is very affordable and gives your pipes a guaranteed long life!