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General Information

Year
2015
Make
Kawasaki
Model
Vulcan 900 Classic SE
Color
Black/white
History
In 2015, after more than 10 years without a bike, I stopped by a local Kawasaki dealer to see what today's Kawasakis look like. I looked around when I suddenly saw her. I just knew it. I had to have that bike. I just had to.
2015 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic SE (Black/white)

Modifications

Drivetrain
Bridgestone Exedra Max
Exterior
Kuryakyn Heavy Industry Mirrors

Rox Speed FX 2" V-Twin / Street Pivoting Handlebar Risers

BrakeAway Motorcycle Cruise Control Throttle Lock (7CP01)

Kuryakyn Mesh Basket Universal Drink Holder

Corbin dual tour sadle with chrome V-rail and removable backrests (standard ovalback) for driver and pillion.

Kawasaki Saddlebag Set

Kuryakyn Adjustable Cruise Peg Mounts with Mini Pilot Pegs (for the driver)

Kuryakyn SwingWing Pegs (for the pillion)
Wheel and Tire
Scorpio SR-I900R RFID Security System with Perimeter Sensor and Ignition Disable

Garmin Zumo 590 LM

Garmin Tire Pressure Monitor Sensors, front and rear (connects to the Zumo GPS)

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Comments

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Lovely ive just bought a new one of these and there so comfortable.
 

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Lovely ive just bought a new one of these and there so comfortable.
Thank you for commenting. I fully agree with you, and the bike is also very easy to ride. I changed the seat to a Corbin dual tour with removable backrests for both driver and pillion. A backrest makes the bike even more comfortable, especially on longer drives over several days. I think the Corbin seat is much more comfortable than the stock seat. However, my beloved pillion think the stock seat is better for her sitting back there. Possibly the Corbin without the welt would have been better for her since the hard welt is what she complains about.
 
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