2013 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom

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Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic
Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic

2013 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Test Ride

“2013 Vulcan 900 Custom: Looks everything”

The old adage “Looks everything” is certainly true it comes to Kawasaki’s latest 900 series. The Vulcan 900 comes ways: the Vulcan 900 Classic; the 900 Classic LT; and the 2013 Kawasaki 900 Custom. Let’s not get off on the wrong here, we’re not talking the “Looks” phrase being in the context of someone trying to set up a on a blind date.

The Vulcan 900 which we’ll review looks really good  that great), but it goes beyond simply a visually image – it’s a bike delivers a high performance along with being to ride, and it’s got a proven over the long haul.

The 2013 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 falls into the currently retro “Bobber” trend. not really an all out Bobber in the traditional but its sparing use of chrome goodies, blacked out components, short fender, drag style and large, narrow front and tire certainly attest to the influence. The fuel tank a twin-valley design, with the continuing to the rear fender.

for the Vulcan 900 stable comes a 903cc four-…, liquid-cooled,

8-valve V-Twin motor Direct Fuel Injection and 34mm Keihin

throttle bodies along TCBI ignition with advance. Motive force is

to the rear wheel through a sequential manual transmission a positive Neutral finder, via a drive belt. The exhaust on the right side through out, staggered, slash cut pipes.

Suspension componentry of reversed 41mm hydraulic with 5.9-

inches of up front and a Uni-Trak swingarm 7-way adjustable spring

and 4.1 inches of travel in the rear. The 900 rolls on Dunlop tires-80/90-21 on a 9-double-spoke cast alloy forward, and a 180/70-15, wrapping a solid, slotted disc

Brakes are hydraulic with a 300mm disc up front and a disc in the rear, and they are in bringing the bike to a halt.

Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic

The of the Vulcan 900 Custom measures while the overall length is The 900 Custom tips the scale at pounds dry (before operational are added) and the 27-inch seat allows even vertically riders to touch down ease. The one-piece, gunfighter-style is deep set and narrowed at the front, an extension that serves as a pillion.

The foot controls and pegs are mounted forward, is great for long-legged riders, but may be a for more diminutive types. foot pegs are provided for the two-up scenario.

My 2013 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 test bike came a base price of $9,199, but to add an average of another $200 for prep and handling. My bike was predominantly in Pearl Flat White fenders, and the top half of the fuel tank (which is the in its class) and a contrasting Flat finish.

Summary:  Riding the Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom in a pleasant and fun experience. The rigid, diameter box section backbone of the provides a lightweight handling at lower speeds, while the offset and frame geometry with the long wheelbase for a ride at highway speeds. The rake and 7.2-inch trail outstanding straight-line tracking and overall balance.

Clutch operation is smooth and acceleration is responsive across a torque range and the shift is a standard toe-operated unit than a heel-toe affair.

I the riding position to be ideal the drag-style chrome handlebars back from the upper clamp and set just right for me. The foot controls and long heightened my level of riding The speedometer and rider info legible and easy to read, and in a stylish chrome housing the tank.

In the final analysis, the 2013 Vulcan 900 Custom is an affordable, retro-styled bike that is to deliver riding enjoyment to the novice  and accomplished rider. It easily lends itself to

SPECIFICATIONS: 2013 Kawasaki 900 Custom

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