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Signed up simply to explore the intrigue, knew it was only a matter of time before bikes had to turn to forced induction like the autos have. Kawasaki has fallen off in the last few years or so, this is a great sign they want back in the dog fight!
 

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I really don't think Kawasaki has really fallen off. They have been the only Japanese bike make to continue to update and roll out new models when everyone else was releasing the same old models. Was not long ago Kawasaki released the 10R and now the 6R. The new Vulcan is going to be a great entry bike and I bet the sale well pretty much every where.


you want to talk about a company that has fell behind, look at Suzuki.
 

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I really don't think Kawasaki has really fallen off. They have been the only Japanese bike make to continue to update and roll out new models when everyone else was releasing the same old models. Was not long ago Kawasaki released the 10R and now the 6R. The new Vulcan is going to be a great entry bike and I bet the sale well pretty much every where.


you want to talk about a company that has fell behind, look at Suzuki.
Kawasaki and Suzuki as always been my two prefered motorcycle Japanese compagny. In the past I had a gsxr1100 and a gsxr1000 and both had been great bike. It is really sad that Suzuki have financial problem.
 

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Frenchfried I'm assuming you haven't ridden a gen 4 10r or a '12 + 6r? There is many more but those are my favorite. I could easily argue that they are the only Japanese manufacturer that hasn't fallen off
 

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What about Yamaha? I certainly think of Yamaha as better than Suzuki right now. Kawasaki is definitely in the lead though.
 
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