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Review of the 2004 Kawasaki VN 2000 (VN2000-A1):
I Love it
Author: Ted patterson, 2004-08-27|
Ridden for over 2500 miles already, still makes me smile
I have an 800, 1500N2 and also the 2 litre Vulcan|
The bike handles well on the road, it accelerates really well(Top end so far nudging 138 mph) The weight distribution is low down, balance is easy. Fuel economy is far superior when ridden sensibly. Although my other bikes are ´lookers´ with lots of chrome addons and nice paint...this bike draws lots of attention...epecially as i pulled the Kawasaki stickers off. (never seen a harley like that mister!)Fitted with the standard exhaust i find it a bit quiet
1. Heavy to manoevre in the carparks
2. NEVER park it downhill facing ( even the slightest slope)or your gonna need help to push it out
3. Everything is expensive for this bike, not too many aftermarket bits out there yet so Kawasaki charge the earth for the essentials e.g:
cissy bar and pad £580
luggage bars £178 per set
My future upgrades will be:
Power commander (or equivalent)(£200+)
A Throaty exhaust (£400-600)
A screen and lowers (£200)
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