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Kawasaki Vulcan is a series of cruiser motorcycles produced by Kawasaki Heavy Industries since 1984 until today. The motorcycle engines ranged from 7.6 to 125.3 cu/in (125 to 2053 cc) and offered a pretty great palette of vehicles anyone could chose from. The first ever series of Kawasaki Vulcan was named Vulcan 750 and was being produced since 1984 until 2006. These motorcycles were equipped with a 750 cc V-twin engine. Due to tariff restrictions US version of this bike had only a 699 cc engine. During the entire time of production that lasted almost 22 years there were no major changes in characteristics, the only things that were constantly modified were the color schemes. Kawasaki Vulcan Another Kawasaki Vulcan series representative is the 400 model line. It first appeared in 1986 and was continued until 2004. First versions of this motorcycle were featured with a 398 cc V-twin engine with liquid cooling system and a six-speed transmission. Later modifications were equipped with a 399 cc V-twin engine with the same liquid cooled feature supplemented with a five-speed transmission. The third series is called Vulcan 500. The first model of this series appears in 1990, the last one – in 2009. The engine on this one was really interesting – the parallel twin 498 cc one taken from the sport model Ninja 500R. That way this motorcycle became even more powerful than it was before. In 1991 the Vulcan 1500 series was presented. Its production lasted until 2008, the engine option included a 1470 cc SOHC V-twin with liquid-cooled system. There were three versions of this series: the Classic, Mean Streak and Drifter. Although every version had the similar engine, the color schemes and exterior appearances slightly differed. Kawasaki Vulcan There were many other Kawasaki Vulcan series during the following years. The most recent model line is called Vulcan 1700 and has appeared in 2009. It has a 1700 cc V-twin SOHC engine, a six-speed transmission and an unbelievable design. And with the great motorcycle history it has this bike could be a great choice for every speed lover out there.

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Wanda Dean
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Very nice. Sleek looking bike suitable for a woman rider. I love the color on this bike. Would love to take a ride on it.
2012-11-12 10:06:24
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