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2001-08-19 1994 Kawasaki VN750-A10 Vulcan Motorcycles View Listings

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I have been riding for three years now. I started on a Honda Shadow 500. I bought my '94 Vulcan used in April of this year. I have put over a thousand miles on it. I love the handling, the gauges, the get up and go (my husband can't keep up on his Honda 1100, I have to wait for him!). She is a little cold blooded, but once warmed up purrs like a kitten. It is only a 750, so it runs high RPM's on the freeway (about 5000 between 70 and 75). I have been considering a bigger bike for the freeway 1 1/2 hour freeway commute to work, but I am having a hard time giving up the shaft drive, the self-adjusting valves, the centerstand, the fuel gauge and the tach gauge. None of which are available on most of the bigger bikes. Not a lot of after market parts out there to dress it up either like there is for Honda's in the same size range. Seems they are going after the 800 and 1500 market, seems a shame, I think this is actually a better bike.
- Karen, USA

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2000-10-26 1994 Kawasaki VN750-A10 Vulcan Motorcycles View Listings

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I had not ridden or owned a bike in almost 30 years until I purchased my 94 750 Vulcan. I rode the 750 Honda Ace, an 1100 Virago and an 800 Intruder before getting on the Vulcan. It just felt right and although I have only put about 300 miles on it, it seems to be a great mid-sized bike. I love the shaft drive and liquid cooling. My wife rides with me and says her seat is quite comfortable. I plan to add an engine guard and rear fender rack. I am 55 years old and handling this bike is not a problem.
- Roger Strange, Prattville, Alabama

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2000-07-28 1994 Kawasaki VN750-A10 Vulcan Motorcycles View Listings

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I bought my '94 Vulcan 750 Brand new, and since that day I bought it, it has had a vibration that comes through the bike. Three dealers have told me there was nothing wrong. I thought, with a shaft drive, it would be smooth, but I guess I was wrong. When you pull the clutch, the vibration goes away. So to all of those people who love your Vulcans, I think I would be better off chain-driven 450 Honda.
- Mike, Harveys Lake, Pennsylvania

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