Thanks for your response. I can't wait to plate & ride the 99 Vulcan 750 I just bought. I'm glad I got my 99 Vulcan 750, but I nearly bought a 98 Honda CB 750 from the same motorcycle dealer [ World of Power Sports] in Decatur, IL. The 98 Honda CB 750 had 9000 miles on it & was listed for $3,495. My 99 Vulcan 750 has 14,000 miles on it and I paid $3000 for it. This is the first 750 cc I've owned/ridden. Can anyone tell me if on average the Kawasaki Vulcan 750's are a little heavier than the average 750 cruiser? I'm guessing by the looks of the 98 Honda CB 750 & looks & feel of my 99 Vulcan 750, my Vulcan is a little heavier than the CB 750, right?
How does the 99 Vulcan 750 compare weight wise, to the 99 Honda 750's, the Suzuki 750's, the Yamaha 750's, Harley 750's and other contemporary 99 [cruiser] 750 bikes of that era? I know the street/sport bikes are the lightest, & the hiway/cross country/touring bikes are the heaviest. In the cruiser catagory, 750 cc, is a 99 Vulcan one of the heavier, average or lighter bikes of that  era? I would guess a bit on the heavy side? The weight of my 99 Vulcan is the only thing I would change [lighten] if I could.
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99 Vulcan 750
Last edited by alien71121; 10-09-2012 at 07:46 PM.