These single carb velocity stacks will fit the Honda Shadow VLX and VT600 and Honda Shadow VT750 single carb motorcycles. They are made to fit the stock single carburetors. They may fit other models or brands however we cannot speak to the fitment.
Fits Honda Shadow VT600 and VT750 and Kawasaki Vulcan VN800:
Honda Shadow VT600/VLX600 1999 - 2007
Honda Shadow VT750C2/CA Spirit SINGLE CARB ONLY 2007 - 2010
Non-EFI Honda Aero VT750 2004-2009
Kawasaki Vulcan VN800 1995 - 2005
If you remove the airbox on your Honda Chop with a single carb, the carb will have a hard time creating enough negative vacuum and the air will be far too turbulent in the venturi to pull in a steady flow of fuel from the pilot and main jet, the solution to this issue? Velocity Stacks! This allows the carb throat to be lengthened enough so that the engine can maintain vacuum beyond the slide of each carb, as well as allow the air turbulence to be reduced, resulting in a much smoother delivery of air and fuel to your engine.
These WILL NOT fit any dual carb model bikes.
One Single Carb Velocity Stack
One Filtration Screen
3 Stainless #6-32 Set Screws
Allen Key for Set Screws
You will need to purchase a performance jet kit with your stack to achieve the desired results. The kits you find online will not work with these! You can find the proper jet kits HERE
WITH PROPER TUNING, THESE WILL NOT HARM YOUR BIKE, NOR WILL THEY ALLOW ANYTHING HARMFUL INTO YOUR MOTOR!
Each stack comes with a screen to keep out birds, cigarette butts and small children. Each stack is attached with 3 small set screws. The screens keep out anything big enough to harm your motor, they don't even let sand through. Even if you live in a dusty area or a on a dusty road, the stacks will not allow anything harmful into your motor. They run great in all weather. Do not add any other means of filtration to the stacks.
These are NOT a PLUG-N-PLAY item. You will have to tune your bike once you install these stacks. There's lots of good info online on how to tune and my Youtube videos explain the process pretty well. Youtube channel is TJBRUTALCUSTOMS
We recommend using a locking agent such as loc-tite to secure the set screws