EXCESS AND LACKS OF VULCAN KAWASAKI MOTOR

Kawasaki motorbike released Kawasaki Vulcan with 2 versions namely Kawasaki Vulcan S and Kawasaki Vulcan Special Edition. For its own appearance, Kawasaki Vulcan has a Traditional Cruiser design concept so that you will look modern in style if you use this motorbike. For the engine itself, the Kawasaki Vulcan is equipped with a fairly powerful engine, the DOHC 8 Valves Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin engine which has a 250 cc engine capacity. Now let’s review the strengths and weaknesses of the Kawasaki Vulcan Cruiser in the discussion below.

KAWASAKI VULCAN  DESIGN

Kawasaki Vulcan itself has a modern style design concept with a cruiser that makes it look unique and attractive. Switching on the front of the Kawasaki Vulcan has a very classic look with oval-shaped round headlights with high handlebar so that this motorbike looks retro when viewed from the front. For our own driving position Kawasaki Vulcan, in our opinion, has a driving position that is too upright and handling the motor is less agile in our opinion.

The switch on the front of the Kawasaki Vulcan has a very good appearance and is contained because it already has an engine block that looks on so this motorbike looks sporty when viewed from the side. For its own seat, Kawasaki Vulcan has a quality seat that is very comfortable to sit on. Switching on the back of the Kawasaki Vulcan has a very classic and attractive appearance with a box-shaped stop lamp.

KAWASAKI VULCAN MACHINE

In our opinion, the Kawasaki Vulcan has an engine that takes the base of the Kawasaki Er6F in our opinion, which is a 2-cylinder DOHC 8 Valves Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin engine that has a capacity of 650 cc engine with a full injection fuel system.

With an engine like the Kawasaki Vulcan, capable of producing maximum power reaching 46 kW or equivalent to 7,500 rpm engine speed while for torque reaching 64 Nm or equivalent to 6,500 rpm engine speed.

SUSPENSION KAWASAKI VULCAN

For the suspension itself, Kawasaki Vulcan is equipped with a very good quality suspension so that it will provide comfort when you drive with this motorbike. The Kawasaki Vulcan front suspension is equipped with a 41 mm telescopic fork suspension while the rear suspension is equipped with a single-shock Offset laydown suspension, linkage equipped, with adjustable preload.

KAWASAKI VULCAN FEATURES

Kawasaki Vulcan itself is equipped with features of modern technology including analog and digital speedometers which will provide information about the motorbike, and full injection combustion system.

PRICE OF KAWASAKI VULCAN
Price of Kawasaki Vulcan S: £ 6,449
SPECIFICATION OF KAWASAKI VULCAN
Engine typeDOHC 8 Valves Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin
Number of Cylinders2 Cylinders
Engine Capacity650 cc
Maximum Power46 kW {63 PS} / 7,500 rpm
Maximum torque64 N.m {6.5 kgf.m} / 6,500
Front Suspension41 mm telescopic fork
Rear SuspensionOffset laydown single-shock, linkage equipped, with adjustable preload

EXCESS KAWASAKI VULCAN

  • Unique and retro motorcycle display that will take a lot of attention when driven on the road
  • Comfortable seats
  • Large engine capacity
  • Comfortable back seat

KAWASAKI VULCAN LACK

  • Motorcycle handlebar aches if taken a long drive
  • Hard gearshift
  • The motor is too flat
  • Rear suspension is too soft
  • Maximum torque of this motor is less than maximum
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