2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom Motorcycle

2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom Motorcycle
The 2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom motorcycle has the biggest rear tire in its class (180), makes 58 foot pounds of torque, and has a really nice candy sparkling orange paint job, and blacked out engine. Retail price of the 2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom is ,999. It’s a good all-around mid-size cruiser with enough power to go anywhere near or far. If Kawasaki can get cruiser riders to take a good look at the Vulcan 900 Custom Motorcycle, they should sell a lot of them. The price is a bargain for such a beautiful custom-looking motorcycle. Kawasaki really got the styling of this Vulcan motorcycle right.

7 thoughts on “2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom Motorcycle

  1. Nicer in the matte black, the best Kwikasfuki ‘crudeser’ except the rear end is like a car and they sound pretty tame. (Rather have an Enfield any day!)

  2. They need to do something about the rear brake reservoir. Mount the front turn signals over the radiator (just enough not to get blocked by the forks).

  3. True. I wish someone would offer some kind of engine performance parts (ie cams, pistons, valves, headwork). The rear fender makes the back end of the bike look too bulky. I’m not a big fan of wide rear wheels/tires. Still, the Vulcan 900 series are decent bikes.

  4. Great point. You couldn’t go with a large overbore regarding the Vulcan 900 cylinders (due to cylinder wall thickness in relationship to the liquid coolant galleries). However, headwork, cams, a 2 into 1 exhaust, a K&N airfilter and a taller engine pulley should give the Vulcan 900 a bit more top-end (which is what I need). Still, this is a great bike. I love the engine counter-balancer (which all v-twins need). The styling just gets it! Now, for a bit more top end passing power! Ride safe.

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