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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-15-2006, 10:20 PM Thread Starter
 
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Selling my Vulcan

I am trying to sell my 2006 Vulcan on E-BAY this week ,Looking for something bigger .So me and my wife can take longer trips, Do you have suggestions ?
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-15-2006, 10:53 PM
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Sold My VN750 2 weeks ago, I just got a Vulcan 1500 Classic FI - with bub pipes, its awesome.

The big Vulcan is got to be one the best bikes ever made for the money it will cruise totally without effort at around 2700 rpm. The world of torque is something else.
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You could do what Dianna did with her 750, and that is put on a side car. Just don't get a bell.

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One of my best friends also bought a 1500 fi, loaded, and loves it. I've got a pic of it on my vulcan page at the bottom. It's nice! If my wife ever decides that she wants to ride with me, I'll use that as an excuse to graduate to the 1500.

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I have had a 1500 and it was great , but if you want the best of two worlds the 750 is where it is at.Insurance is almost half gas (mpg) is almost double, and speed off the line is almost double,in the turns the 750 is much more agile...Sure the 1500 has the torque , but who is pulling house trailers???Also I never worried about a stator, or adding accessories on a classic.Picking one up is pure h---. Enjoy the ride,,,

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Don't drop it... LOL

C O M F O R T is the word for the 1500
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Your wife decided she really likes riding did'nt she?Well can't fault you for that.Try to get her to ride her own bike a nice 750 Kaw.Give her yours.And buy yourself another one. The both of you riding your 750's through the countryside. Just think of it!! Wedded Bliss. good luck
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i agree with bilyum! i also agree with eggnog! that was my line of thinking. that's why i got my wife to ride her own. but, she's not ready to ride the 750 yet. people ask "what are you going to do when she does take the 750 out and doesn't want to ride her bike any more"? that's when i use eggnog's idea!
let me tell you this it is great fun to ride next to the wife. she loves to ride her own. besides you always have some one to ride with!
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My wife told me that she's buying herself a helmet for my birthday!
That will be interesting to say the least. I'm 265 and she's not 108 if you know what I mean... We'll see how it goes. I'd definitely want to start with the 750 and see how it feels before trying 2 up on a bigger bike. That would also motivate me to shed some cheeseburgers!

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