Dual Carb Intake Boot Replacement Kit - Dual Carb Honda Shadows

    Dual Carb Intake Boot Replacement Kit - Dual Carb Honda Shadows

    $ 69.99


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        Year Make Model
        1988-1998 Honda Shadow VLX 600 VT600C
        1988-1998 Honda Shadow VLX 600 VT600CD Deluxe
        1998+ Honda Shadow ACE VT750C
        1998+ Honda Shadow ACE VT750CD Deluxe
        1998+ Honda Shadow Spirit VT750DCA
        1998+ Honda Shadow Spirit VT750DCB
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      These dual carb intake boots replace your stock parts and come 2 to a set and they include stainless clamps so you'll never have to worry about these parts rusting out.

      Will Fit:
      1988-1989 VT600C SHADOW VLX 600
      1991-1997 VT600C SHADOW VLX 600
      1993-1998 VT600CD SHADOW VLX DELUXE
      1998-2000 VT750C SHADOW ACE
      1998-2001 VT750CD SHADOW ACE DELUXE
      1998-2001 VT750CD2 SHADOW ACE DELUXE
      2002-2003 VT750CDA SHADOW ACE DELUXE
      2002-2003 VT750CDB SHADOW ACE DELUXE
      2002-2003 VT750CDC SHADOW ACE DELUXE
      2002-2003 VT750CDD SHADOW ACE DELUXE
      2001-2002 VT750DC SHADOW SPIRIT 750
      2003; 2005-2007 VT750DCA SHADOW SPIRIT 750
      2003; 2005-2007 VT750DCB SHADOW SPIRIT 750
      1989-1990 XL600V TRANSALP 600​

      SOLD AS A PAIR - YOU WILL RECEIVE 2 BOOTS WITH 4 CLAMPS

      Sometimes the rubber parts on a bike can become hard, cracked and brittle, which can be the cause of vacuum leaks and a number of other problems that can have you chasing gremlins around your bike for days! 

      One of the more common parts to wear out and cause running issues is the intake boots, When you go to install those stacks and pull the carbs off a 20 yr old bike, the rubber is definitely not going to bounce back to shape, This means you will have vacuum leaks upon re-installation that can be difficult to diagnose.  If the boots become hard or cracked or chipped they can allow air into the motor during the intake cycle causing all sorts of diagnostic and tuning nightmares.

      INSTALLATION TIP!
      When installing your new intake boot, put a tiny bit of grease on your finger and apply a thin film to the inside surface of both ends of the carb boot and the carb flange. This makes installation a breeze and you won't be fighting friction! 

      Customer Reviews

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      W.S.J.

      Great product

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      Richard Davison
      Great fit

      Thie here is some high quality parts that fits perfectly and does the job it was made for

      Good shit Maynard.!

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      Xavier
      Good quality product

      Never had a problem with TJBC. Always great products, great service. I have ordered many parts and always satisfied.
      Thanks again

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