Kawasaki VN2000 (Vulcan): review, history, specs.
Aston Martin Vulcan Performance. The Aston Martin Vulcan is powered by a massive, 7-liter V12 engine. This engine churns out impressive figures of 800 horsepower. The supercar, thus, is able to move from a standstill to 60 miles an hour in less than three seconds. It can reach a top speed of 200 miles an hour.
Perhaps unexpectedly, the Vulcan 900 Custom handles straight-line full speed duty on the freeway confidently, despite the narrow front hoop. The low center of gravity and almost 65-inch wheelbase.
The VN750, also known as the Vulcan 750, is a 750 cc class cruiser-style motorcycle made by Kawasaki from 1985 to 2006. The Vulcan 750 was Kawasaki's first cruiser and first V-twin engine, introduced in late 1984 as the 1985 model. Production history. Kawasaki introduced the 750 cc class Vulcan worldwide in 1985. Due to tariff restrictions in the United States on bikes over 700 cc imported.
The engine produces a maximum peak output power of and a maximum torque of. With this drive-train, the Kawasaki Vulcan 750 is capable of reaching a maximum top speed of.
The Vulcan 500 (EN500A) introduced in 1990 was the successor to the Kawasaki 454 LTD. The EN500A was fitted with a parallel twin 498 cc engine nearly identical to the Kawasaki Ninja 500R. It had a 6 speed transmission and belt final drive. The EN500A was discontinued after 1996 and replaced with the Vulcan 500 LTD (EN500C).
Sixth gear propels the Vulcan to a higher top speed than Aston Martin’s Le Mans GT3 racer, meaning well over 200 miles per hour. Longtime Canadian partners Multimatic built the all carbon fibre tub.