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1996 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 Classic Engine

1996 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 Classic
Tire Size:
Front: 130/90-16, Rear: 150/80-16
Spark Plug:
DPR7EA-9
Battery:
YTX16-BS
Stock Chain/Belt:
NA
Stock Gearing:
Front: NA, Rear: NA
Oil Filter:
KN-303
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Magnetic Steel Oil Drain Plug
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BikeMaster Magnetic Steel Oil Drain Plug It's hard to believe that a little bolt with a magnet can improve the performance and lifespan of your motorcycle. BikeMaster's Magnetic Oil Drain plug wi...
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Magnetic Aluminum Oil Drain Plug
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Billet Oil Cap
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Cobra Billet Oil Cap Designed to replace unsightly stock oil caps Cobra's best billet bits are machined right and made to fit just like they came from the OEM Made in the U.S.A.

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Rico (Buck Ridge )

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Perfect Fit

I have a 2014 Harley Davidson Street Glide. This cap fit my bike perfectly. If it doesn't fit your bike, then sell it and buy a Street Glide.

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Braided Oil Line Kit for 98 FLSTC

A little tricky at first to figure out without instructions but after a little tinkering they installed almost flawlessly. Had to machine the oil pump input fitting to fit, hit the side of the pump casing when installing.

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Cobra oil dipstick

Great looking on the bike. Difficult to see oil level on it.

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2008 FZ1- Fit perfectly, no 'big glob of glue' on the end holding the magnet in. Nice black finish, we'll see if it holds up. Same exact length as stock. I'm actually kind of excited to see what it pulls out of the oil at the next interval. Cheap insurance, money well spent!

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