Kawasaki Vulcan

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Kawasaki Vulcan

A steadfast model, the Vulcan series has a part of Kawasaki’s model since the introduction of the Kawasaki 750 in 1985. Vulcans represent cruiser line of motorcycles and come in a variety of sizes as small as 500cc to as large as

Due to a U.S. tariff on imported larger than 700 cc’s, limited the original Kawasaki to 699cc until the tariff was in 1986. The Kawasaki Vulcan 750 was by a liquid-cooled, DOHC, V-Twin producing 60 horsepower. The Kawasaki five-speed gearbox sent to the rear wheel via a shaft

The Vulcan 750 stayed in Kawasaki’s line-up for 23 years, finally production after the 2006 year.

In 1990 Kawasaki the smallest of the Vulcan models, the Powered by an air-cooled 498cc engine, the Kawasaki Vulcan 500 was an model that remained in model line-up until dropped in 2010.

Kawasaki introduced two other models in the 1990s, the Vulcan 800 and the 1500. Launched in 1991 the 1500 was the first heavyweight from Kawasaki. Powered by a SOHC, 1470cc, 50-degree engine putting out a claimed lb.-ft. of torque at 2,800 the Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 was enough to stay in Kawasaki’s line until its final in 2008.

In 1999, the Kawasaki 1500 Drifter became attempt at recreating the past. The was a modern interpretation of one of the most cruisers in American history, the Chief. The large valanced are an obvious clue of the Drifter’s influence. The Kawasaki Vulcan was powered by a liquid-cooled, 1470cc engine, and it was joined in 2000 by the 800 using an 805cc V-Twin

While they looked authentic rigid frames, the hid a rear mono-shock suspension. The Vulcan Drifter was produced 2006.

Kawasaki Vulcan models to flourish in the first decade of the new and included the Vulcan 900, 1600, Vulcan 1700 and 2000.

Kawasaki VN 800 Vulcan

The Kawasaki Vulcan 900 the 800 model. All three 900 models, the Classic LT and Custom are powered by a liquid-cooled, SOHC V-Twin with a belt final-drive.

The Vulcan 1600 was powered by a liquid-cooled, SOHC, V-Twin and included three variations on the the Classic, Nomad and Mean The Vulcan 1600 began in 2002 and was replaced by the Kawasaki 1700 in 2009. The Vulcan featured a larger displacement a ride-by-wire throttle and a six-speed

The Vulcan 1700 came in models: standard, Classic, and Voyager and presently continues in model line-up.

The Kawasaki 2000 featured the largest engine in Kawasaki history. The 2053cc V-Twin engine and amazing 141 lb.-ft. of torque at rpm. The Kawasaki Vulcan came in standard, Classic and LT models.

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