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Kawasaki vn 900 vulcan classic (CA) fuel system with no spark pulse mod checked good no diag info from the CDI box no light with test. all came from pinched oil psi wire. from what i can find CDI is bad per 06 shop book

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I'm pretty sure it does. I own a 1995 Vulcan and I bought a 2003 tank and looked at the mounting brackets and fuel connections all looked to be the same - but don't put this in stone. I haven't been able to put it on yet because it's still out being painted. There should be no difference in the fuel tank mounts from 1996-1005, but as always, check with a professional if this information is critical.

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SOURCE: oil capacity

The oil capacity of a 1996 Kawasaki Vulcan 800 is 2.9L with a filter change, 2.8L without, and 3.1L for a dry engine.

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My 2001 kawasaki vulcan 750 calls for 32-35 gap or0.8-0.9 mm

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