This hand made custom peanut gas tank for the Honda Shadow VT750 Phantom, AERO, Spirit, EFI Models is the answer to what to do with that stupidly wide stock tank!!! Each tank includes a vented gas cap and 2 fuel lines. You can use the stock fuel lines or use the included lines, or keep them as spares!
This tank will fit the following models ONLY:
2010 VT750C2B A PHANTOM 2010 VT750C2B AC PHANTOM
2011 VT750C-A AERO 2011 VT750C-AC AERO 2011 VT750C2B A PHANTOM 2011 VT750C2B AC PHANTOM
2012 VT750C-A AERO 1 2012 VT750C-AC AERO 1 2012 VT750C2 A SHADOW SPIRIT 750 2012 VT750C2 AC SHADOW SPIRIT 750 2012 VT750C2B A PHANTOM 2012 VT750C2B AC PHANTOM 2012 VT750C2F A SHADOW SPIRIT 750 2012 VT750C2F AC SHADOW SPIRIT 750 2012 VT750CA A AERO 2012 VT750CA AC AERO
2013 VT750C A AERO 2013 VT750C AC AERO 2013 VT750C2 A SHADOW SPIRIT (MONO TONE) 2013 VT750C2 AC SHADOW SPIRIT (MONO TONE) 2013 VT750C2B A PHANTOM 2013 VT750C2B AC PHANTOM 2013 VT750C2F A SHADOW SPIRIT (W/FLAME) 2013 VT750C2F AC SHADOW SPIRIT (W/FLAME) 2013 VT750CA A AERO 2013 VT750CA AC AERO
2014 VT750C-A AERO 2014 VT750C-AC AERO 2014 VT750C2 A SHADOW SPIRIT 750 2014 VT750C2 AC SHADOW SPIRIT 750 2014 VT750C2B A PHANTOM 2014 VT750C2B AC PHANTOM 2014 VT750C2F A SHADOW SPIRIT 750 2014 VT750C2F AC SHADOW SPIRIT 750 2014 VT750CA A AERO 2014 VT750CA AC AERO
2015 VT750C-A AERO 2015 VT750C-AC AERO 2015 VT750C2B A PHANTOM 2015 VT750C2B AC PHANTOM
2016 VT750C-A AERO 2016 VT750C-AC AERO 2016 VT750C2B A PHANTOM 2016 VT750C2B AC PHANTOM
2017 VT750C2B A PHANTOM 2017 VT750C2B AC PHANTOM
2018 VT750C-A AERO 2018 VT750C-AC AERO 2018 VT750C2B A PHANTOM 2018 VT750C2B AC PHANTOM
2019 VT750C A SHADOW 750 2019 VT750C AC SHADOW 750 2019 VT750C2B A PHANTOM 2019 VT750C2B AC PHANTOM
2020 VT750C-A AERO 2020 VT750C-AC AERO 2020 VT750C2B A PHANTOM 2020 VT750C2B AC PHANTOM
This is not a sporty tank that has been hacked apart, with a badly welded tunnel. This tank doesn't sit 3 inches off your backbone leaving you with a massive gap between the end of the tank and frame, no, this tank sits perfectly on the backbone of your bike, is made by hand specifically for your bike model and will last for years to come.
These tanks are raw steel and will rust if left unpainted or plated.
We recommend using Redkote to line the tanks as this will give your tank YEARS of life, hauling your butt around the blacktop!
Tank Dimensions are - 16"L, 9.25"W, 8"D
Capacity - Approx. 2.5 gallons+-. Capacity can vary by up to 1/4 gal depending on fuel temperature.
This tank does not include a sight gauge.
Sit the bike upright as if you were going to ride it, have a seat and set the tank on the frame and while you are sitting on the bike, hold the tank and turn your bars left and right to make sure the tank is positioned far enough back on the backbone so it doesn't hit the risers or the bars when you turn them all the way, yet far enough forward that the rear tab is not hanging off the backbone. You can zip tie, or tape the tank to the backbone during this fit process if you'd like, it also helps if a friend moves the bars for your while you hold the tank steady.
Once you have determined your bars wont hit the tank at full lock, mark where the front mounting tab is with a marker, and check that your rear tab isn't hanging off the back of the backbone, if it is you may need to re-adjust. In this case, wipe off the original marker and start over. Once you've decided on where to mount the tank, center punch the frame where you want the tabs to bolt to and drill a 5/16" hole. You can then thread this with a 3/8-16" tap. You will preferably want to do the front mounting hole first, thread a bolt in and then locate, center punch, drill and tap the rear mounting point.
You will want to remove the Fuel Reserve Sensor plug from your stock tank and thread it into the fuel reserve sensor bung on the underside of your new tank. A little T-tape on the threads will help to make a good seal. If you do not have one or your tank has been mangled the Fuel Reserve Sensor is Honda Part # 37810-MFE-641
**Note: To prevent spillage from fuel expansion and vibration, do not overfill, fill within about an inch from the filler neck. You need to line these tanks, we recommend Red-Kote easily found on amazon. These tanks will rust eventually if left un-lined and then you will be big sad when the gas starts to ruin your sexual 1800$ paint job from the inside out. **