I am interested in raising the ground clearance. I realize that the bike will never be a dirt bike, but I am looking to make it slightly more able to handle dirt roads and fire roads. I know that the biggest change I can make would be tires, but I am wondering about other geometry that would help raise the bike.
Thanks, I didn't know about this. I did little searching and found some lowering kits for other kawasaki bikes that would probably work to lower the ride, but I am not having luck finding any dogbones that are short and would raise it. an inch shorter might make an impact when combines with other things(tires, exhaust).
I would like to get a conversation started specifically about the Vulcan S.
I’m 6’ 230lbs. I’d like to occasionally ride double with my wife who is 5’4” and xxxxxlbs. Every guy knows that’s a suicide mission to post that number! She’s little!
Anyway it will be my first bike after being without a...
Here in central Indiana it looks as if the ridding season is all but over. So Im getting my scoot winterized, it a 2018 Vulcan S I bought new in Sept, and has 1,256 miles on it. I was thinking about a good easy way to measure the chain slack, so what i did was cut a slat to where it would fit in...
Here's the site it lives on, first: https://www.scottoiler.com/
So, chain maintenance does annoy me every 400 miles. It's not particularly difficult, and it doesn't really take that long, but it disrupts my day, and keeps me from riding that moment.
This device intrigues me, but I'm wondering...
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