Click photos to enlarge. Our big, clean bike pics make great desktop wallpaper. 2013 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Voyager 2013 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Voyager Review 2013 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Voyager Cruising is all about doing things in style and comfort, enjoying life’s little luxuries and taking the time to smell the roses. So settle in, head out on the highway and cruise Kawasaki-style. Complete Touring Style With Impressive Value and Dependability Vulcan® 1700 Voyager® is the thinking rider’s touring cruiser. download Edwards Est2 Manual torrent. download Seat Manual more.
Sure, it offers all the muscular feel and classic styling you demand, but it also ups the ante with superb engineering, impressive dependability and genuinely useful features to enhance comfort and make the longest rides more livable. It does it all at a price thousands lower than comparable models, isn’t that thoughtful? Voyager boasts all the details riders need for adventurous journeys: a smooth and torquey 1,700cc V-twin powerplant, large frame-mounted fairing, beautifully integrated luggage that stows a week’s worth of gear, a comfortable saddle, electronic cruise control, high-fidelity sound system, optional K-ACT anti-lock/integrated braking system and the sort of design acumen and long-term dependability Kawasaki is renowned for. Though a non-ABS model is available, the 1700 Voyager’s driveline/braking technology is enhanced with the addition of the Kawasaki Advanced Coactive Braking Technology (K-ACT) ABS system. K-ACT uses advanced electronics to translate the rider’s braking inputs from both the front lever and rear pedal into smooth, balanced deceleration and maximum stopping performance. Basically, the front lever also activates the rear brake, and the rear pedal also engages the right front caliper: K-ACT ensures all this happens seamlessly and efficiently, and the second-generation system uses the same smaller, lighter ABS unit and faster, higher-spec brake ECU found on the Kawasaki Concours™ 14 ABS motorcycle for even smoother, more precise operation. K-ACT’s coactive function does not engage when braking is applied at speeds below 12 mph, and the ABS function is automatically disengaged at speeds below 4 mph.