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    Default Re: Kawasaki Vulcan.. Finally :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by y2k@r15 View Post
    No thanks buddy.. i have shared basis my experience.. not very good at writing in literal "ownership reviews" / technical sense.

    Hope you finalize a superbike for you very soon and wish you are able to make up with finances as well. Good luck

    Tc
    Though you say, not very good, your information was understandable and gave me a clear picture.

    Hope I will be in a better position soon to go and book the bike. Fingers crossed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sridhar 1202 View Post
    Though you say, not very good, your information was understandable and gave me a clear picture.

    Hope I will be in a better position soon to go and book the bike. Fingers crossed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sridhar 1202 View Post
    Dear Proud owners of Vulcans, First of all, Hearty congratulations to each and everyone of you for owning this beautiful machine. I would request some suggestions from you all. I am planning to buy Vulcan S as well. Here are my questions.

    I have Honda Unicorn which I use for daily commute to work. I live in Bangalore and travel 60kms from Banashankari to ITPL everyday two way. Can Vulcan be a best bet. Or would it be better to have Unicorn for office commute and Vulcan for Weekend drives.

    What accessories, you guys suggest, should be installed immediately.?

    My daughter and wife will accompany me to short rides with in city, may be once in a while to Malleshwaram. Is the rear seat comfortable enough for both the pillions, since this is kind of split seat if I am not wrong. Or does it required to be changed.

    Got some free time during working hours. So planning to go to Langford road showroom to test drive one. So please advise
    My recommendation is to use Vulcan when there’s no bumper to bumper traffic (I.,e when there’s sufficient open road ahead of you). Riding a Vulcan (or any such high capacity bike) in a crawling traffic is a pain. Ride is jerky/choppy under 2000 RPM when you’re in 2nd or 3rd gear. Also, there’s going to be some engine heating.

    I have posted the pics of my ‘accessorized’ Vulcan above. I also live close to Banashankari. Feel free to contact me for any information required.
    Last edited by sathishn_rao; 04-16-2019 at 05:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sathishn_rao View Post
    My recommendation is to use Vulcan when there’s no bumper to bumper traffic (I.,e when there’s sufficient open road ahead of you). Riding a Vulcan (or any such high capacity bike) in a crawling traffic is a pain. Ride is jerky/choppy under 2000 RPM when you’re in 2nd or 3rd gear. Also, there’s going to be some engine heating.

    I have posted the pics of my ‘accessorized’ Vulcan above. I also live close to Banashankari. Feel free to contact me for any information required.
    Thank you Sathish for the information. Sure. I will send you a DM if I need any help.

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    Default Re: Kawasaki Vulcan.. Finally :-)

    Guys - Feel free to subscribe to YouTube channel “Tripp on Two Wheels” where Tripp - a Vulcan S owner - posts interesting and informative Videos on Vulcan S : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMa...KNsUtpgNh1-g6w

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