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Suzuki Boulevard C50
First introduced in 2005, as the rest of the motorcycles that feature the Boulevard emblem, the Suzuki Boulevard C50 signified an important step in the road to success of the line of cruisers. It did that because, given to its cylinder capacity and amazing powerplant, it offered pure excitement down on the boulevard or out on the highway and it did come cheap either.
In 2001, Suzuki presented the VL 800 Volusia as a brand
new model year and the bike did stand out as a beautiful cruiser in the
true California spirit. Big credit was also given to the 45 degree
liquid-cooled 805cc V-twin, deep fenders, a fat 17-liter (4.5 gallon) fuel
tank and the longest wheelbase in its class.
In 2005, the Boulevard C50 made its debut on a very
competitive market. In fact, the models competing with the Volusia moved
their sight to the new introduced model and that is where all the fun
The Boulevard C50’s classic design begins with the flowing lines of its kicked-out front end and pullback handlebars, which perfectly complement its teardrop tank, stepped seat and boldly valanced rear fender. These lines, of course, show off its spacious seating position, which promises a comfortable ride hour after hour. The Boulevard line is completed with C50’s classic design and the highways will surely look a lot better in 2008.
Fuel-injected, 50 cubic inch, eight-valve, liquid-cooled, 45 degree V-twin engine tuned for exceptional low rpm power and torque
GSX-R-derived electronic fuel injection system features the Suzuki Dual Throttle ValveTM System (SDTV) - maintains optimum air velocity in the intake tract for smooth low-to-mid rpm throttle response and high torque output - includes Auto Fast Idle System (AFIS)
32-bit ECM provides precise control of ignition timing and multi-hole-type injectors ensuring quick startup and excellent drivability under all conditions
Fuel injection system receives input from gear position sensor, water temp. sensor, air temp. sensor and intake port sensors for efficient power delivery and better fuel economy
Crankshaft designed with 45° offset crank pins to reduce engine vibration without a counterbalancer for a more comfortable ride
Five-speed transmission features a high fifth gear ratio for relaxed highway cruising
Low-maintenance shaft final-drive system is clean-running with low torque reaction
Custom-styled exhaust designed for a deep rumbling sound and tuned low rpm power
Pulsed-secondary air-injection system introduces air into the exhaust ports to ignite unburned hydrocarbons and reduce emissions - CA. spec. model is equipped with a catalyst for further emission reduction
Cradle-type steel frame with color-matched sidecovers, fenders and fuel tank, plus numerous chrome-plated parts
Wide, comfortable seat with low 27.6 inch seat height - passenger seat can be removed for a bobbed rear fender appearance
Wide handlebars and forward-mounted floorboards and foot controls for more comfort around town or on the highway
Telescopic forks with polished aluminum sliders and polished stainless steel stanchion-tube covers
Long 33° rake angle and 65.2 inch wheelbase provide a smooth, comfortable ride
Link-type rear suspension connects to a truss-style swingarm and a single shock absorber with 7-way spring preload adjustment
Powerful multi-reflector headlight housed in an attractive case with stylish headlight rim - headlight switches off during startup to reduce load on battery
Bright, multi-reflector turn signals designed for high visibility and attractive appearance
Standard 4-way emergency flasher and high-beam passing switch
Traditional spoke wheels with chrome-plated rims carry a wide 130/90-16 front tire and 170/80-15 rear tire
Single front disc brake with large 300mm rotor and 180mm rear drum brake for strong braking performance.