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post #21 of 56 (permalink) Old 11-29-2012, 03:10 PM
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I also liked the comments by RogerE and Lunatic's first comment as well as Vulcan41.

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I joined a mostly Harley forum a little while back. Their tech section was HUGE! ***Guess it needs to be.....***

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Well, when you been making pretty much the same bike forever I'm sure you can come up with lots things to bolt on, tweak, and tune.
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post #24 of 56 (permalink) Old 11-30-2012, 08:34 PM
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When they start their crap and calling my bike a rice burner... I simply smile and say "at least I support American made". True statement, most vulcans are assembled in the US and most of HD are assembled in India. So much for our American icon.


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When they start their crap and calling my bike a rice burner... I simply smile and say "at least I support American made". True statement, most vulcans are assembled in the US and most of HD are assembled in India. So much for our American icon.

False statment .. the only vulcans ever assembled in the usa was the vulcan 750 and some 800..... all the rest are made in japan !!!

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False statment .. the only vulcans ever assembled in the usa was the vulcan 750..... all the rest are made in japan !!!
Hmm not what I've read and heard. Not to say that I hear only the truth and no lies but correct me if I'm wrong. I have heard that the parts are made in Japan and I'm sure the motor and transmission is fully assembled there but the Vulcan Classic is not made into a bike there. They are finished in Lincoln, Nebraska.


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nope no motorcycles assembled in the nabraska plant in years..... the make atv the teryx and jet skis...

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nope no motorcycles assembled in the nabraska plant in years..... the make atv the teryx and jet skis...
Not from what this site says. It's gives a list of cruisers that are made there.

http://www.kawasaki.com/ourcompany/kmm.aspx


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http://www.kawasakilincoln.com/KMMHome.aspx?val=KMMHome maybe they make them there and dont know it ? ....

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Not from what this site says. It's gives a list of cruisers that are made there.

http://www.kawasaki.com/ourcompany/kmm.aspx


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nothing on that page about any motorcycles being made there

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