2008 Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 Classic LT review: srkcycles.com

2008 Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 Classic LT review: srkcycles.com
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27 thoughts on “2008 Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 Classic LT review: srkcycles.com

  1. luv ur vlogs bro, just picked up 09 1700 classic, can’t wait to pic her up.??????

  2. Are prices depressed in PA? your pricing seems really good. I found what I want on the west coast within driving distance totally by accident and miles compensated our agreed upon private party price is similar to your pricing.

  3. do you know what fuel controler that had,the maping was spot on,just put a pipe on mine and it pops on decel.great video,thanks in advance SRK cycles.

  4. Now this bike I like. Just listen to that sound. I’ll bet it vibrates a bit as well. Too bad about the fuel injection, I like carbureted bikes. What I don’t understand is how you can like this bike and also like the new Valkyrie. They are total opposites. I would love to have this in my garage. Been thinking about getting an older pre fuel injection Harley.

  5. Those Vulcans are beasts of cruisers! 125 CI/2053cc of 52* Vtwin monster. 103mm Bore forged Pistons, huge for a Vtwin. Also unique in the sense that only the top end is liquid cooled and the bottom half of the cylinders are air cooled. There was a 2006 in the shop when I was getting my Shadow on the dyno and the Vulcan made like 110 HP and 130 TQ at the wheel with just pipes and ecu tuning. It is a heavy bike, but still the 850lbs or so isn’t a lot for that kind of power and it still gets up and goes. The thing will outrun Harley’s Vrod or the cult classic Flat 6 cyl Honda cruisers with ease and a good rider on a well tuned Vulcan 2k can give most 600cc Sport bikes a half decent run in the acceleration department.

  6. looking for a Vulcan 2000 or a Yamaha stratoliner.or Honda vtx1800.6foot4 300lbs need a big bike

  7. I’ve had my 2008 Vulcan 2000 Classic LT (just like the one in this video…even same colour scheme) for about a year now. Traded my Vulcan 900 LT for it. With that 2053cc / 125ci engine, putting out about 103hp (I have stock tuner, pipes, etc.), and 141fp of torque…I eat nearly every Hardley on the road for breakfast. πŸ™‚ And it is carrying my 6’2″ 350# fat arse on it. Sadly, they stopped making it in 2012. Because of not enough sales. Why? Too big, too fast, too much torque. πŸ™‚

  8. I demo rode one once and was quite impressed with the bike. Although quite heavy I was able to ride through twisties at a relatively brisk pace even with a passenger on board with me.

  9. Sounds like it has a fuel mixture idle issue, which you didn’t admit to. Later it stalled, and it wasn’t because of you. Be honest in these reviews…if the bike has a problem let it be known and have it fixed.

  10. thats actually a bike i though about getting so the video was a big help. right now im on a custom vstar. with the engine bored to a 1200. it has alot of hours power but man my right hand just ant happy yett.

  11. At one point the thought cane to mind β€œ that is what she said!!” Lol! I have to ask a d lots of people say β€œriding career,” most people in North America are recreational riders. Racing is a career, cycle couriers, motorcops etc. Just curious why that term is used for other than the aforementioned.

  12. My dad just got a 2006 Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 and he’s wondering what you think about Vance Hines we have stock exhaust and homemade exhaust

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