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2008 KAWASAKI Vulcan 900 Classic pictures | Accident lawyers

2008 KAWASAKI Vulcan 900 Classic
Motorcycle Pictures, Preview and Specifications.

- Featuring clean lines and an uncluttered look, the Vulcan® 900 Classic is ideal for cruising purists. The well balanced mid-size cruiser offers riders the look and feel of the larger V-twins, without the hefty size and price. -

2008 KAWASAKI Vulcan 900 Classic

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Model: Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic
Year: 2008
Category: Custom / cruiser

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 903.00 ccm (55.10 cubic inches)
Engine type: V2, four-stroke
Torque: 82.44 Nm (8.4 kgf-m or 60.8 ft.lbs) @ 3700 RPM
Compression: 9.5:1
Bore x stroke: 88.0 x 74.2 mm (3.5 x 2.9 inches)
Valves per cylinder: 4
Fuel system: Injection
Fuel control: OHV
Ignition: TCBI with Electronic Advance
Cooling system: Liquid
Gearbox: 2-speed
Transmission type,
final drive: Belt
Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels
Rake (fork angle): 32.0°
Trail: 160 mm (6.3 inches)
Front suspension: 41mm hydraulic telescopic fork / 5.9 in.
Rear suspension: Uni-Track® swingarm / 4.1 in.
Front tyre dimensions: 130/90-16
Rear tyre dimensions: 180/70-15
Front brakes: Single disc
Front brakes diameter: 272 mm (10.7 inches)
Rear brakes: Single disc
Rear brakes diameter: 272 mm (10.7 inches)
Physical measures and capacities
Dry weight: 253.1 kg (557.9 pounds)
Seat height: 681 mm (26.8 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall height: 1,064 mm (41.9 inches)
Overall length: 2,464 mm (97.0 inches)
Overall width: 1,006 mm (39.6 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,646 mm (64.8 inches)
Fuel capacity: 20.06 litres (5.30 gallons)
Other specifications
Color options: Ebony, Candy Cardinal Red, Candy Caribbean Blue, Metallic Titanium

Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Information
Richard A. Fisher
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Motorcycle Accidents

Southern California motorcycle accident attorney Richard A. Fisher has been helping victims of Southern California motorcycle accidents for over thirty-five years. Our experience in handling these cases is supported by the many clients we have helped to obtain proper medical treatment and compensation due to injuries sustained from a motorcycle accident.

Types of motorcycle accidents
Whatever your experience has been in driving a motorcycle, many types of accidents involving motorcycles are common in Southern California. At the Law Offices of Richard A. Fisher, our first priority is to assess your case in detail so we can determine the type of accident you have been involved in. Whether you were rear-ended, had a left-turn collision, were involved with a drunk driver, hit from the side, etc., we can effectively help you get back on your motorcycle and retain compensation for your injuries.

Issues relating to motorcycle accidents
A motorcycle accident is very different from an auto accident. There are several different types of injuries that you can sustain from a motorcycle accident. While the types of injuries vary greatly, serious injuries can include: a brain injury, bodily injuries, a ruptured disc or even wrongful death. Our practice specializes in helping victims of motorcycle accidents recover the maximum damages allowable under the law for your case, from sprain and strain to catastrophic injuries.

Successful cases
The Law Offices of Richard A. Fisher has successfully handled hundreds of auto accident cases throughout Southern California. Some recent cases include:

= Motorcycle Accident (Riverside, California): Intersection Accident involving motorcyclist and automobile.
Recovery: $320,000

= Motorcycle Accident: Woman passenger on motorcycle, when involved in a single vehicle accident. Sustained multiple fractures to leg requiring insertion of plate and fracture of scapula. Recovery: $250.000 policy limits

= Motorcycle Accident (Los Angeles, California): Intersection Accident involving motorcyclist and automobile. No witnesses - dispute as to who ran the red light.
Recovery: $500,000

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