2009 Kawasaki Vulcan 500 LTD

The unbeatable combination are the of the smallest Vulcan, the 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan 500 LTD, is achieved through a user friendly chassis and motor sports bike heritage. As a rider, you feel at home on low and comfortable seat and steering wheel to quickly reach so it is clear that this thing Kawi built around the rider, but what is best about the Vulcan 500 LTD ’sframe is what creates the light treatment and 471.9 pounds wet weight seems to disappear as the speed increases.

Powered by a 498cc, liquid cooled, four stroke, DOHC, eight-valve parallel twin engine as the one on the Ninja 500R, the 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan 500 LTD is very vivid competes with many recent entry alternatives and also manages the handling of four-wheel road users no problems whatsoever.
Versatility has always been the key behind the Kawasaki Vulcan 500 LTD and 2009 model year is no exception. Boulevard of high spd drive to pass the open route, it was like a top performer for the time and it allows one part of the Vulcan’s character. This is not the kind of bike that you read about another man and the first impression, but one that is recommended to you by experienced riders who spent a few years when they just started out. I often happened to hear people refer to as the Kawi or the Magna two-cylinder cruiser motorcycle explosion is so small that you can not just buy the 500 LTD to learn how to drive, but you buy a sufficiently serious motorcycle inviting to be ridden long after experience is gained on.
In the case of consecrated as models, it is no problem to buy with the heart, while the latter beats harder when spotting the bike. Doesn t mention the Kawasaki Vulcan 500 LTD as neither a classic nor a habit, but the overall pattern indicates the direction of that last category.

You get a fender bent around a sharp 19-inch front wheel, quick-grab one and send a PC. chair so it sa good idea to start thinking about from the very first time you lay your eyes on the bike. It would be easy to look like a standard engine simply because there isn ta Vtwin motor contradict us. But the teardrop tank with speedometer, turn signal indicators and caution lights are mounted on the engine configuration compensates for this is not the right kind of bike. So is the 28.1 inch seat, the straight-flow tent and custom rear fender and taillight. The passenger, also a fairly large portion of the seat and the rear wheel spokes has a 140 mm rear tire.

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