There is apparently a growing demographic of riders desiring classic motorcycle designs from the ‘70s who often purchase replica or modification kits to convert their own machines to a retro style. The Kawasaki Vulcan S models are prime candidates for a limited edition conversion kit.
The standard 650cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin budget cruiser is manufactured in Thailand, and the rolling chassis with single 300mm front and 250mm rear disc brakes, alloy wheel design and chain final drive are perfect for a retro convert.
The Vulcan 70 convert kit is inspired by the success of ‘70s predecessors such as the Kawasaki H1 500 Mach III, the Vulcan 70 conversion kit was born. Nicola Martini designed and manufactures the kits to convert the standard Kawasaki Vulcan S into a Cafe Racer style without changing the existing technical characteristics. The Vulcan 70 kit is comprised of a new tailpiece, side panels, classic styled lights and indicators, and a Zard exhaust system. The riding position features a dual seat, footrest kit and brackets, and handlebars incorporating new control levers.