2015 Kawasaki Vulcan on 2040-motos
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I am selling my Voyager as I am not into riding as much as I used to. I purchased this the beginning of July and it currently has 1300 miles on it. It still looks as it did when I bought it with the exception of the radio. I installed a Kenwood CD/radio with Bluetooth. I also installed a fuel processor and K&N filter. I went from a Harley touring bike to this with no disappointments. The ride is smoother, shifting is smoother and wind noise is non-existent behind the windshield. I feel this was an upgrade from my HD and without the HD price. I just want someone to enjoy it more than I will. I also installed a battery tender lead as well as a heated gear lead. It will also have a 12" windshield as well as the tall one installed. Have title in hand so come take a look and make an offer. This is listed locally so the auction could end at any time.
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Moto blogTue, 03 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700
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