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Old 07-04-2008, 03:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default single pin crank - dual pin crank.

I know that some of the 90s vt1100s went to a single pin crank. Anyone know what years were single and which were dual pin.
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VT1100C Used to designate the 1987-1996 4 speed models, the 1997-2007 Spirit models, and also the 1985-1986 1100 5 speed models

VT1100C2 Used to designate the 1995-1999 ACE models and 2000-2007 Sabre models

VT1100C3 Used to designate the 1998-2002 Aero models

VT1100T Used to designate the 1998-2001 ACE Tourer models. These Tourer models were dual crankpin whereas the regular ACE models were single crankpin models.

The 1998-2000 VT1100C3 and 1995-1999 regular ACE are single crankpin models, all other 1100s are dual crankpin
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I knew somebody would know thanks, Now how about the 750 and 800 ?
Where do u find this kind of info. I'm a tech junkie, just gotta know Thanks
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I knew somebody would know thanks, Now how about the 750 and 800 ?
Where do u find this kind of info. I'm a tech junkie, just gotta know Thanks
The 800 is dual, the original 750 is dual, all the 700's are dual (83-88 ).
All the newer 750's (ACE/Aero/Spirit) are single (98-08 )
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Enormous help Thanks m8
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