2003 Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Test Drive

2003 Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Test Drive
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16 thoughts on “2003 Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Test Drive

  1. Look at the black pint on this bike and let me know if it has very small metallic flakes in it with red blue gold etc blended into the black color. I have a 2003 in black ready to click over to 60K and it is as smooth as it was when new. Mine has the above paint mentioned and I was wanting to see it yours has the same look to it. I have seen some 2003 black ones that were just black and no metallic in the black paint scheme at all.

  2. I have this bike, several years newer, but the same bike. I bought it with 2k miles, 3 years later it has 56k miles. I like to ride more than most 🙂
    I am looking for a new bike now, not because I have any issues with this one, but because I want a cruiser with a little more kick to it, any suggestions?

  3. I have air cool mc (vstar650)an my head gasket are blow and now doing research getting something that is water cool I just don’t know what get. I thinking something like Vulcan 900. What do u think?

  4. Sean. I watched most of your videos and you were riding a Kawasaki Vulcan Nomad 1700. After I watched the video I purchased a 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan Nomad 1700. Love the bike !!!!!!!!!! Keep up the great videos!

  5. I have a 05 VN1600A3. Outstanding bike. I have jumbo fiber bags, trunk that fits two full face modulars, 21″memphis shades windscreen, crashbars, pair of 7inch LED light bars. This bike is a beast that won’t disappoint. Getting ready to put cobra longs with quiet cores.

  6. Yepper, my 2001 VN1500 Classic is fuel injected. I don’t think I’d want to by another carbureted bike again. Great videos guys!

  7. You claim it is 1600cc yet it is actually 1552cc,if you’re going to do bike reviews perhaps you should try and learn a little bit of the subject matter before you just give out misinformation.

  8. I honestly can’t imagine why anyone would make an air cooled bruiser cruiser like this. Liquid cooled is the only way to go.

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