Kawasaki faces recall for some Vulcan motorcycle models
October 28, 2010 - Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Kawasaki announced this week that it is facing a recall of certain 2009-2010 Vulcan models. An improper setting of the engine control unit can cause some of these models to stall if the rider is coasting with the clutch pulled in.
NHTSA hasn’t reported which specific models, or the potential number of units affected. The safety recall was expected to begin on or before Oct. 22.
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