A picture from the grandfather of the W 650 This here is a Kawasaki W 1 — Kawasaki W650

A picture from the grandfather of the W 650 This here is a Kawasaki W 1

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  • Glückwunsch zu dem Schätzchen! Die Wahrscheinlichkeit einer zu begegnen ist wohl geringer als die einer Vincent Black-Shadow (C-Serie)

  • Hast du mehr Infos??? Wo liegen die Unterschiede zu einer A7?

  • Hmmmm die Maschinen habe ich nicht mehr aber ich habe noch die W 1 Bibel. Das ist ein Buch das nur die W Modelle betrifft. Da drin ist alles und ich meine wirklich alles über die W Modelle. Zeichnungen und Pläne, Stückzahlen Vormodelle wie die Meguro usw. Hammerbuch. Das habe ich damlas behalten als ich die Maschinen hergab. Ich habe es unter extremen Bemühungen einem japanischen Sammler abgeschwätzt. Der hatte 15 Stück davon und kam extra herübergeflogen da er nicht glauben konnte das jemand mehr hatte als er. Wir hatten aber mehr und er war erstaunt

My front fender plate is arrived from India now i need to write on something — Kawasaki W650

My front fender plate is arrived from India, now i need to write on something... maybe my number plate like old english style...

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  • daiiiii, devi essere originale, e poi le ns sono rigorosamente giapponesi!!

  • Se ci metto degli ideogrammi poi non si capisce una mazza... saranno giapponesi ma lo stile è più british delle british... faccio lo "sborone" e ci metto il mio nome!!!

  • Grande..!!

Ok with the wealth of information on this page does anyone have info on getting... — Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 VN2000 Rogue owners riders

Ok with the wealth of information on this page does anyone have info on getting more horses out of these bikes. Like a stroker kit head work cams anything.like that.

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  • Lon, I have only seen fuel injection controllers, exhaust pipes, and Big Air Kits. Baron's makes a "Big Air Kit", thats good for about 10 hp and it is good looking too. These bikes were not too popular for the cam companies to mess with. A high performance shop that works on automotive heads might help in the "head" department with porting and polishing.

HEY ALL NEED YOUR INPUT. 280. 00 Shipping 12. 00 Install 75. 00 — Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 VN2000 Rogue owners riders

HEY ALL NEED YOUR INPUT: $280.00 Shipping $12.00 Install $75.00

Custom made 33 tooth FRONT DRIVE PULLEY to fit a 2004-2011 Kawasaki VN2000 motorcycle.

The VN2000 motorcycles come stock from the factory with a 32 tooth cast/stamped metal 2 piece pressed together pulley.

The 32 tooth pulley allows speedometer and odometer errors of approximately 10% (55 MPH is actually 50 MPH and for every 10 miles you ride, 11 miles are put on the odometer.)

By just adding 1 tooth to this pulley the speedometer/odometer error is reduced to approximately 3% (which is more accurate than most cars on the road!) Plus you get the added benefit of showing lower actual mileage!

Another benefit is a more correct reading for gas mileage! A 3% to 5% improvement based on how hard you twist your right hand!

This pulley is machined to aircraft tolerances from one piece of Chro-Moly Aircraft Grade Steel, it has been heat treated, normalized and tempered for strength for durability and is exactly as pictured. The tensile strength of this pulley is greater than the stock pulley or any other pulley made for this motorcycle and will last a lifetime.

This pulley is an easy replacement for the stock pulley and can be swapped using the stock belt in about an hour.

Your VN2000 will perform better and have better shift points just by changing to the 33 tooth pulley, example 70 MPH is 2500 RPM about 400 RPM less than 32 tooth stock pulley also higher top speed and smoother quieter engine with less vibration.

If there is interest I will offer them For Sale...Bare

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  • Doing great! Hopefully we will be heading home tomorrow.

  • F'n SEEEEXXXXXX-EEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!

  • Bare is Rouge Master General!

Chito Dimaranan wrote PH Azkals 0 Golds 0 trophies 5 TV ads 20 Pinoy PH... — Kawasaki Fury 125

Chito Dimaranan wrote: PH Azkals: 0 Golds, 0 trophies, 5 TV ads, 20% Pinoy PH Dragonboat team (2011) : 5 Golds, 0 commercials, 90% Pinoy PH Azkals: With sponsors Ph Dragon boat team: Inutang at KKB Pamasahe. Ph Azkals: Complete outfit Phil Dragon Boat Team,; Nanghiram pa ng sagwan sa Kalaban. Sasagwan ka ba sa KARANGALAN o Sisipa sa PAPOGIAN? Spread the Word!

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    Chito Dimaranan wrote PH Azkals 0 Golds 0 trophies 5 TV ads 20 Pinoy PH... — Kawasaki Fury 125

    Chito Dimaranan wrote: PH Azkals: 0 Golds, 0 trophies, 5 TV ads, 20% Pinoy PH Dragonboat team (2011) : 5 Golds, 0 commercials, 90% Pinoy PH Azkals: With sponsors Ph Dragon boat team: Inutang at KKB Pamasahe. Ph Azkals: Complete outfit Phil Dragon Boat Team,; Nanghiram pa ng sagwan sa Kalaban. Sasagwan ka ba sa KARANGALAN o Sisipa sa PAPOGIAN? Spread the Word!... Repost! FRC

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      I stole this quote on line but would like some feedback — Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 VN2000 Rogue owners riders

      I stole this quote on line but would like some feedback.

      "Among the MANY things these people aren't considering are: contour, tread, and weight. a 4,000 lbs car puts about 1,000 lbs of pressure on each tire. That's enough to generate a lot more heat than even the heaviest cruiser. a car tire on a motorcycle will never reach proper operating temperature, and thus never achieve optimal grip"

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      • Casey, if you wan to see how a car tire preforms on a bike go to youtube and search v2k darkside and watch some videos or darkside.com and read some post,a lot of good info their. I went darkside amonth ago(5000 miles) and still can't believe how much tread is left and how much better the ride quality is.

      • Try 32k on the same tire and still.looks good. I have run in temps of -17° to 115° with this tire. And it has preformed well.

      • @Casey, sorry about that, I thought that statement about tire temperature looked familiar. I was responding from my Email so I missed the bit about it being a quote.

      hingi lang ng konting tip mga sir — Kawasaki Fury 125

      hingi lang ng konting tip mga sir.....

      balak ko kasing lagyan ng rear set ung fury classic ko.. kaya lng ang may nabasa ako sa isang forum na mhina ang break sa likod??..

      anu po kaya ang mgandang gawin para hindi humina ang break??

      at pano ung kick start?? kelangan pa bang tanggalin un?? hindi ba pwdeng wag tangalin??

      Tnx mga sir ^_^

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        A point to consider is I read where a few of the Bad Boy Riders want to go to... — Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 VN2000 Rogue owners riders

        A point to consider is I read where a few of the Bad Boy Riders want to go to the "Dark Side" & install an automobile tire on a 2000 , Big mistake, car tires are not made for cornering are running low as a few have lowered their bike only to find shock mounts bust off and they go ridgid frame. If You go Car tire make sure the side walls are 6ply & have rounded surface tread so when you lay into a corner it will not come out from under you, Motorcycle companies spend million's of dollars researching which tire is best for your scooter , so if you go with car tire please put me down as your benificiary ok

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        • @Mark, I scrape my floorboards all the time - the tire doesn't hold its "square" profile, the sidewall flexes to keep tread on the ground, and you never ride up "on the edge" of the tire.

          I can throw my V2K around the twisties with my car tire just as well as anyone else with a motorcycle tire.

        • I for one have been in love with the car tire since i had it installed last december. I rode 1300 miles one day in every weather but snow and found no handling issues, Mountains included. Car tires probably don't belong on a buell or other cornering monster but on my big ass bike, it's great. I still scrape the floor boards in the rain. People who poop on the darkside do so because it feels better than admitting that you have to spend $300 every other season on a rear tire.

        • mark is right as it was my bike he was riding,it has its good points and bad points. But one thing that is excellent about the car tyre is that it is awesome on the highway especially two up, my back and kidneys loved it too. I just didnt like the way it handled in the corners hairpin corners definately got hairy I rode marks bike with the bridgestones on it and loved it i wish i had of started out with bridgstones on it and not the dunlops. at the end of the day I tried it and liked it most of the time, but just missed the natural cornering ability of the bike tyre, but if I ever have to do a big interstate highway trip I would put the car tyre back on for it.