The Kawasaki Vulcan 750 is one of Team Green’s milestone motorcycles, being the Japanese firm’s first cruiser bike and first V-Twin-equipped offering. Introduced in late 1984 as an ’85 model, this two-wheeler entered the cruiser sub-segment with guns blazing and earned several monikers, including “The Most Comfortable Cruiser.” Its ’80s styling, impressive powerband, and smooth handling appealed to many motorheads and unwittingly stepped on the toes of Harley Davidson. The Kawasaki Vulcan 750 has a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke DOHC V-twin engine. Bore-stroke ratio is an over-square 84.9 x 66.2 mm (3.34 x 2.61 inches), while compression ratio is 10.3:1. Piston displacement is 749 cm³ (45.7 in³), except for the incoming-year model, which only had 699 cm³ (42.6 in³) due to Japanese motorcycle tariffs. Dual 34-mm Keihin CVK carburetors handle air-fuel mixture across all production models. The Kawasaki Vulcan 750 has a 5-speed, constant-mesh, manual return-shift system, and a wet, multi-disc clutch assembly delivering power to the ground. A Cardan shaft drive handles wheel spin. To add, a digital-memory-type ECU and gear-driven counterbalancers supplement the powertrain. Collectively, these facets make for smooth handling, impressive power delivery over a broad powerband, and a superb riding experience. As for brakes, dual 226-mm front hydraulic discs with twin-piston calipers and a rear drum provide the Kawasaki Vulcan 750 stopping power and complete its tire-and-wheel assembly. For years this has been a bike that offers newer riders a platform to gain a confident base to learn. Once you get atop this 750 you soon find out why it has such a large following. This bike has new tires and has gone through our 48 point check so you just need to hop on, turn the key and ride. See this and other great deals at email@example.com. Haldeman Auto/cyclehunters.com 102 Old Ebenezer Rd Lebanon Pa, 17046 717-273-1809
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