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1994 Honda Shadow 600 VLX Electrical

1994 Honda Shadow 600 VLX
Front Tire:
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Front Sprocket:
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Oil Filter:
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Ricks Motorsport Electrics Stator A brand synonymous with electric stators, Ricks Motorsport makes stators for almost every kind of motorcycle and ATV. OEM quality and better, Ricks Motorsport will...
Western Power Sports
Starter Motor
$58.99 - $277.99
You save up to $29.96 (9%)
Western Power Sports Starter MotorNew (not rebuilt) starter motors Direct O.E.M. replacement 1 year limited warranty against manufacturer defects (warranty does not cover water damage due to subme...
ElectroSport Industries
$66.00 - $129.95
You save up to $3.95 (5%)
  • Black
ElectroSport Industries Rectifier/Regulator Direct plug-in new replacement units for most applications Aluminum heat sink dissipates excess heat quickly High-quality sheathing keeps wires tucked a...
PowerMadd E3 36 Spark Plug All new plug design features a unique electrode shape that maximizes the power created by the spark plug - diamond fire technology Electrode is a combination of performa...
Candle Power
Electric Dual Horn Kit
You save $3.46 (7%)
  • Chrome
Candle Power Electric Dual Horn Kit Ideal when mounting space is limited Chrome-plated Kit includes 12 volt relay, brackets, and mounting hardware 115dB, twice as loud as most O.E. horns
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Switch Housing
You save $8.99 (9%)
  • Chrome
Show Chrome Switch Housing Constructed of cast aluminum and finished in high luster chrome. The two push button switches have red LED's indicating when your accessories are on. Switch Block can be ...
Diode Kit for Metric Bikes
You save $0.80 (10%)
  • Black
Kuryakyn Diode Kit for Metric Bikes Required when installing L.E.D. lights as turn signals on a motorcycle with a single turn signal indicator light on your dash. If not installed power will back f...
Fat Cat Accessory Charger
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  • Black
Kuryakyn Fat Cat Accessory Charger Now you can charge just about any electronic device from your electrical power point. Featuring two USB ports, one with 1A & one 2.1A of output, to charge multipl...
Progressive Suspension
Doo-Dad Switch
You save $1.75 (10%)
  • Black
Progressive Suspension Doo-Dad Switch Doo-dad single throw, double pole switch turns things on and off and can be wired to turn one thing on while turning something else off 6 amp rating at ...
USB Power Source
You save $5.00 (10%)
  • Chrome
Kuryakyn USB Power Source Charging your device just got even easier. Featuring two USB ports & 2.1amp output to provide enough output for charging any modern device including iPads. Mount anywhere ...
Low Heat Load Equalizer
You save $6.00 (10%)
Kuryakyn Low Heat Load Equalizer This technologically advanced load equalizer won't overheat, even when subjected to 4-way flashers, non-stop security system flashing while trailering, or when stuc...
Drag Specialties Black Shrink Tubing Available in five sizes and 5' and 25' lengths Made in the U.S.A. Sizes: .1875" Shrink to .052" .250" Shrink to .125" .500" Shrink to .25...
Radiator Fan Switch
$36.99 - $67.99
You save up to $3.40 (4%)
  • Gold
K&L Radiator Fan SwitchDirect replacement for O.E.M. radiator fan (thermo) switch Sold individually
Daytona Twin Tec New USB InterfaceInterfaces all Daytona Twin Tec engine controls (ignition and fuel injection systems) to USB port on laptop PC Includes all required adapters for Models 1005-1007,...

Latest Reviews

Lonnie (Warren )



I needed a brake light switch for my 1995 Intruder but couldn't see paying the dealer $30 for it. while on your site looking at tires I figured I'd see what your price was. Under $10. Even with shipping it was cheaper then dealers price. Received the part quickly and installation was a breeze. The switch fits and works flawlessly.

David C (Spokane )


Wolo Horns are louder than the OEM on my 2008 GoldWing (with airbag)

Old horns sounded good but were muffled. The Wolo Horns are noticeably louder and crisp sounding. The installation took about an hour. The instructions are a lot more complicated than actually just logically and methodically installing the horns. The key is the routing of the wires and anchoring them securely to the motorcycle's frame. Basically, a plug-and-play.

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