What distinguishes this Kawasaki cruiser weight is flexible, with excellent handling high-speed stability. With sportbike-style 43mm inverted fork and a swing arm reinforced with dual air-assisted hydraulic shocks, Mean Streak suspension Permit spirit still maneuvering with sufficient plushness to deliver the right path required by cruiser riders. The average Streak bag of tricks also includes an excellent power to halt with the permission of her double radial-mounted front disc brakes and four-piston calipers.
The Vulcan 1600 Mean Streak of 1552cc V-twin engine offers a couple of good wave to make your trip more fun, with features such as liquid cooling technology, electronic fuel injection, dual spark plug digital and four valves per cylinder. A single-pin crankshaft gear and engine-balancer against work together to provide a classic, comforting V-Twin rumble without hard vibrations.

Appearance rider and comfort are just as important as the massive power in the world cruiser. The average 1600 salary Streak offers two distinct style to meet different tastes. Poli valve covers and cooling fins are standard on the average Streak, while the special edition receives a host of black and red style for a personal touch Hot Rod watch. 17-inch aluminum wheels enhance the style of the two versions and are equipped with radial tires that provide exceptional grip and stability.

– 1552cc (95 cu. Po) 50 ° V-twin offers abundant low-and middle power rpm
– Poli valve covers cooling fins and improve the light, image, while the average Streak Special Edition has a Hot Rod combination of matte and shiny black surface treatments
– Maintenance of motor temperature constant for long engine life and sustained power
– Fan Guard Auxiliary things cool, even in traffic
Four-Valve Cylinder heads
– Compact combustion chamber to increase the compression ratio without detonation
– Stimulates the low-end torque and offers a maximum flow valve area optimal
Valve hydraulic adjustment Lash
– Allows valves quiet without maintenance required
Digital fuel injection
– Provides an excellent engine response and power with less fuel consumption
– Two different systems are used and switched automatically depending on engine load for precision injection control
– Compact electronic control unit processes information faster for better engine response
Dual gas bodies
– Double 40mm bodies use a gas injector for each cylinder
– Providing separate paths for each body provides smooth engine operation
– Four buses at the end of each injector, with two buses aimed at each inlet valve
Plug double ignition digital
– Controlled by microprocessor calendar
– Two candles in each combustion chamber and reduce the detonation add durability
Gear-engine Balancer
– The engine runs at a speed to cancel vibration
– Allows use of a single pin crankshaft in order to maximize the power and sense of pulses
Rubber engine
– All but eliminates vibration of the engine at all speeds
Close-ratio five-speed with Positive Neutral Finder
– Combines a large city around the acceleration with relaxed highway cruising
– Find positive neutral seeks to ensure that riders can easily find neutral, whenever.
Drive Shaft
– Reliability, quiet, low maintenance system
Clutch Hydraulic Release
– Easy to use and maintain
– 43mm inverted fork specially designed for the average Streak
– Swingarm horizontal bar uses two square tubes instead monocoque design for better torsional rigidity
Fuel Tank
– Clean, seamless design boasts a 4.5-gallon capacity
– Lighting central mounted on the fuel tank for easy access
Grand diameter reflector lighthouse beam
– Bright, beam of light the way
From 17-inch aluminum wheels with radial tires
– Radial tires front and rear 17-inch cast-alloy wheels make a statement performance
– Wide 170 / 60R17 rear tires provides excellent traction
– Radiaux mounted four piston front brake calipers provide sportbike power level of judgement and an excellent rider comments
– Double 320mm semi-floating to reduce fading discs
– Unique rear brake disc with dual-piston caliper

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