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KAWASAKI VULCAN 2000 CLASSIC : TRADITIONAL CRUISER PANACHE AND MORE MODERN MUSCLE

Completing his time-honored aesthetic, the Vulcan 2000 Classic 2053cc V-Twin 103 has a 123.2mm x bore and stroke, forged pistons, alloy steel rods, a huge inertia 220mm, double cams located in one – piece crankcase and the right side pushrods actuating four valves per cylinder. The push reduced from 125 cubic inches height of the engine, which directly contributes to the Vulcan 2000’s low center of gravity and relatively low height of the seat. In addition, hydraulic valve adjustment whip automatically maintain zero valve for smoother, quieter operation.
Finished in matte black Vulcan 2000 bottles provide a dramatic contrast to the polished-cooling fins running temperatures for three-quarters of the engine. The top quarter of the V-twin engine is cooled by liquid. In addition, the engine and transmission have integrated in the fields of oil and water pumps, and transmission serves as a reservoir of oil.
An electronic engine control unit (ECU) manages the fuel injection system with dual 46mm throttle bodies and gas valves, combined with an iridium spark plug to provide gas strong response at any rpm. The sub-valves and gas fine atomizing them with a blast helping injectors Vulcan 2000 fuel injection to provide a smooth, linear power band with more power and fuel economy optimal. Cruiser enthusiasts will appreciate that classic V-twin rumble of the Vulcan 2000 of the polished double silent, thanks to its single-pin crankshaft, while dual against balancers rubber and motor carriers keep vibrations from a distance.
The engine is used as a member of the Vulcan’s steel, double-cradle frame, which has a large diameter, box-section single tube. A simple but elegant rear swing-arm steel tube with a suspension of direct action single shock provides 3.9 inches of travel, with the spring and preload adjustment and relaxation. Up front, a large fork 49mm provides specific comments steering and 5.9 inches of travel.
The Vulcan 2000 Classic on rolls of light, cast aluminum 16-inch wheels with 150/80 front of a radial tire and a wide rear tire radial 200/60. Double 300mm front disc brakes with four piston calipers and a single disc rear brake with two piston caliper save this great cruiser good, powerful stops.

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