The Honda Shadow VT600C, also known as the Honda Shadow VLX, is a cruiser motorcycle made by Honda from 1988 through 2008. It has a 583 cc (35.6 cu in) liquid cooledV-twin engine, a four-speed transmission, 35° rake, chain drive, and a single-shock softail-style rear suspension. The VLX engine is borrowed from the Honda Transalp. The VLX is the initials for V-twin and lowered, and an X for extended rake. The Honda Shadow VT600C was also produced in Brazil from 1988 to 2005. Brazilian model Honda Shadow VLX has a five-speed transmission. Motorcyclist magazine's Aaron P. Frank included the Shadow VTX in a 2003 list of "America's 50 best bikes used", saying no better middleweight cruiser could be had for $3,500, and that the engine "is asthmatic, but runs forever."
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^ ab"2006 streetbike buyer's guide: photos, specs, prices and a few choice words of wisdom for every street-legal '06 motorcycle sold in the U.S.", Motorcyclist, Bonnier Corporation, pp. 67–76, March 2006
^Frank, Aaron P. (October 2002), "America's 50 best bikes used", Motorcyclist, pp. 27–41
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