welcome to the board nelson :wink: glad to have another vulcan rider in here
i rode the behemoth a few weeks ago and its alot of scoot :lol:
i just wish they would have sold it as a fully dressed (bags,shield,etc) bike-it would be
badd a$$-would've made more sense to me instead of a stripped cruiser
i loved the ride and slow speed tricks really were not that bad :wink:
congrats on the scoot - stick around and tell us how it performs
i rode a 2000 for just a hour or so and this is what i noticed:
huge!,awful heavy,good power,smooth shift,200 back tire,decent seat
rectifier in bad place down low on bottom of frame behind front wheel,clutch pivot into tranny in a goofy position and not very beefy,footboards are wiggly,scrapes in a hard turn
overall from a 1 hour ride,its just too much bike for me-i'm sure alot of folks will like it though
i still say it should've been a fully dressed upgrade from the nomad insted of a stripped cruiser-seem kawi was trying to give some harley qualitys to this bike with the separate tranny,belt drive :roll: , the nomad and the 1600's are still the best values and performers in the herd in my humble and worthless opinion :lol:
I guess this is why they make all different kinds of bikes. If this would have been a fully dressed I wouldn't have looked twice at it. Just stripped down the bike and took it to paint. I am also having the back finder completely filled in, should look pretty trick when it's finished
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