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1999 Kawasaki Nomad 1500



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Stock #4251
ModelNomad 1500
MPG0.0 City / 0.0 Hwy
Trans5 Speed


Ready to see the world on this Nomad 1500 in Vivid Black. Kawasaki 1500 Nomad is ready for the open road. are you? Fuel-injected, powered up and ready for the road. THINK OF KAWASAKI'S VULCAN 1500 NOMAD AS A 105 percent scale version of the classic American V-Twin touring bike-a nostalgic-yet-practical machine aimed specifically at this country's high ways and byways. The Nomad bagger matches the scale of these United States while providing the comfort to cross them. Since its introduction almost a decade ago, the Vulcan motor’s claim to fame has been its 1470cc capacity, making it until recently one of the biggest V-Twins in motorcycling. Its more than 4-inch bore rivals that of a small-block Chevy V-Eight, and with liquid-cooling, four valves per cylinder and a relatively short 3.5-inch stroke, you’d expect it to be a powerhouse. In its original Vulcan 88 incarnation that was true, but over the years Kawasaki went the way of many Japanese cruiser manufacturers - Engine size 1470.00 ccm (89.70 cubic inches), engine type Twin, four-stroke, 2 valves per cylinder, 5-speed gearbox, and transmission the type Shaft drive - Fuel system – Carburettor. In the motorcycle Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 Nomad 1999 uses a cooling system of the type Liquid. - Full speed Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 Nomad – Fuel tank volume 4.20 gallons, and a reserve of1.10 gallons. Fuel consumption averaged 34.85 mpg. Front brake – Double disc. Single-action, twin-piston calipers, 279 mm (11.0 inches); rear brake – Single disc. Single-action, 318 mm (12.5 inches). Stock tire sizes are 150/80-19 71H on the front, and 150/80-19 71H on the rear.


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