2009 Kawasaki Vulcan 900

The 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 motorcycle. Although the style varies from one to another bike, kawasaki has the 903cc (55.1-cid s), liquid-cooled, SOHC, four valves per cylinder V-twin engine people have come to love in the vulcan 900. Fueled by an injection EFI setup with 34mm Keihin throttle bodies, this provides 58.2 lbs-ft of torque at 3500 rpm, so there is enough grunt to work with long after learning how to drive. fuel in this case is anything but a murderer, so there s no overdrive sixth gear, but a five-SPD tranny help keep things lively in the open route. The biggest majority of cruisers (be they classics or customs) have recently started moving over to belt final drive so assume that their Kawasaki Vulcan 900 line-up would as well. This work provides quiet, smooth power delivery and also requires little maintenance.

None of the small and fairly nimble Vulcans, such as the Kawasaki Vulcan 900, weigh more than 660 pounds with all fluids including seat height and 26.8 inches (27 cm on the Custom) provides short and medium women riders to easily adjust their models of choice and start enjoy the ride. All models are built on a steel frame and have long travel suspensions.

The Custom and Custom special version models are more compact than their Classic and Classic LT brothers and sisters. These provide increased front and rear brake discs (300mm front and 270mm rear instead of 272mm front and 242mm rear) and a 21 inch front wheel instead of the regular 16-inch one which never growing old models to roll down.

The Kawasaki Vulcan 900 s disadvantage is the lack of double overhead camshafts. That would be an inspired move for 2009 as we ve come to find that riders are always willing to sacrifice more or less gas in the chapter as long as power and TC are much sweeter. Also can change into a competitive advantage if they know how to take account of that.

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