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2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom Photo Gallery
Kawi 900 Vulcan Custom with MCUSA graphics.
Photos of the 2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom.
2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom
The belt driven 2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom offers lower unsprung weight than shaft drive.
The focal point of the Vulcan 900 Custom's power, its 903cc V-Twin SOHC engine tuned to deliver lots of torque from low rpms.
Noboby does BBQ like Texas, and Korf was lucky to chow down on some of the best around at The Salt Lick.
The spokes on the 21-inch front wheel are tapered and flanged in two directions.
The slash-cut pipes deliver a muffled rumble at idle, but twist the throttle and the pipes spit a nasty little roar from this nine-hundo.
The Vulcan 900 Custom's chrome instrument console is slim and lightweight.
Chromed forward-mount footpegs are fitted (instead of floorboards) contributing to improved rider control.
Riders take a break at the popular Mt. Bonnell vista that overlooks the Colorado River.
Brian Korfhage admires the total package that is the 2007 Vulcan 900 Custom.
MCUSA correspondent Korf trades notes with other Kawi test riders on the outdoor patio of the Oasis overlooking Lake Travis.
You can still find hitchin' posts for your steed in the great state of Texas.
Austin's skyline offers a unique backdrop to Kawasaki's latest custom offering.
Korf cruises comfortably over the city streets thanks the Vulcan's ability to deliver lots of torque from low rpms.
The 2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom adds another stallion to its stable of cruisers.
Inside the cylinders, a pair of pistons work within the confines of a 68mm bore and 74.2mm stroke with a 9.5:1 compression ratio.
The 900 Custom delivers plenty of giddy-up with the help of a 5-speed transmission.
The times, they are a changin'. You don't see as many windmills in Texas as you once did but you'll definitely see more motorcycles.
Candy plasma blue is but one of the three colors Kawasaki offer for the 2007 Vulcan 900 Custom.
For years, fans of metric Twins have clamored for a cruiser with a 21-inch front wheel. Kawasaki has now obliged those wishes.
The 2007 Vulcan 900 Custom blends naturally with the eclectic surroundings of the Austin scene.
A one-piece 'gunfighter' style seat made the ride cushy for Korf.
With a price tag of $7,349, the Vulcan delivers aesthetics, performance, and refinement that are normally found in motorcycles that cost $4K more.
The chrome on the Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom shines in the Texas sun.
A gratuitous shot of the Kawasaki slogan.
The Kawi console gives you the information you need at-a-glance.
Arranged in pairs, the wheel’s 18 “spokes” were designed by hand.
The Vulcan Custom's chrome is so shiny it doubles as a mirror.
Nestled in the double-cradle frame is a liquid-cooled 903cc 55-degree V-Twin SOHC engine.
The Vulcan 900 Custom's headlight design is small and isolated as there is no central fork cover or headlamp bar.
Kawi sets up the front-end with 33 degrees of rake and 7.2 inches of trail for impressive straight-line stability.
The Vulcan 900 Custom's chromed headlamp, headlamp mount, lower triple clamp and turn signals.
Test riders were treated to world-famous BBQ courtesy of the fine folks at The Salt Lick.
The 2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom displays its classy styling in front of the distinctive architecture of the Driskill Hotel.
For 2007, Kawasaki upped the displacement ante for its Vulcan line of middleweights.
The Vulcan 900 Customs blend well with the dynamic scene of Austin's nightlife.
Do you think anybody would notice if just one bike was missing?
Multiple Vulcan 900 Custom front ends display the artistry of Kawasaki engineering.
Korf said,' Kawasaki added a bevy of aesthetic changes to the Vulcan 900 and the result is impressive.'
The 2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom can be further customized with Kawasaki accessories.
The Vulcan emblem continues to represent the appealing, affordable middleweight Kawasaki cruisers.
The instrument cluster offers classic styling in chrome with all the requisite dials and lights to keep the pilot informed.
One of the Vulcan’s engineering feats is its combination of liquid- and air-cooling.
Ergonomically, the 900 offers comfort for a wide range of riders with a low 27-inch seat height.
All 903cc of the 55-degree V-Twin were needed to get Korf mobile after a full-course of grub provided by The Salt Lick.
A sign heralds the coming of the 2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom. Coincidence?
A reflection of the Austin skyline is captured by the Vulcan's new fuel tank featuring a twin valley design.
The creation of the Custom version of the 900 Vulcan is proof that Kawasaki is interested in delivering a quality cruiser.
To accomodate the 21-inch front wheel, Kawi sets up the front-end with 33 degrees of rake and 7.2 inches of trail for impressive straight-line stability.
Don't worry, no flamingoes were injured in the shooting of this photograph.
The Vulcan's double-cradle frame holds a 903cc 55-degree V-Twin powerplant.
Sign of the times - the only horses seen parked in front of the historic Driskill Hotel these days are of the steel variety.
Korf cruises comfortably over Austin's streets on one of the best bargains in the cruiser business. You get a lot of bike for $7,349.
Kawasaki made sure the Vulcan 900 Custom was decked out with more than its share of chrome.
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