My addition to the confusion the 1100s can't have it all. (-:
The VT800 is an offset rod journal crank ("dual pin").
The VT750/700s prior to it were too, as were the VT500s.
All VT600s two rod journals were not offset hence earning the moniker "single pin" even though they are technically not, as there are separate journals for each rod.
All VT750s from '97/98 on of all flavors follow this pattern started by VT600 in '88.
The cranks with the offset journals are better balanced and run smoother all the way up.
The cranks with the non-offset journal are possibly stronger, and less prone to cracking with extreme engine mods, but will shake your teeth out trying to get there and prove the point.
The non-offset journal cranks with the 52 degree cylinder banks, sound enough like the single journal cranks and the fork and knife style rods with the 45 degree bank separation that H-D was upset.
As others have have posted up close they do sound different with the sound of the pushrod engine vs. the Honda overhead cam and its typical Honda "silent" chain noise.