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Old 06-21-2005, 12:28 PM   #1
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Suzuki Boulevard M50

Well...I think I found my next bike......

The looks of the bike + EFI + Shaft drive + MSRP $6799.00 are growing on me..... :biggthumpup: :biggthumpup: :biggthumpup:

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GSX-R-derived electronic fuel injection system features the Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve 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)




also LED-type taillight with clear lens..!!! :biggthumpup: :biggthumpup:

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Old 06-21-2005, 12:29 PM   #2
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Re: Suzuki Boulevard M50

those are nice bikes for sure
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Yup, Carbon is wrong. The red X's are nice.
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Re: Suzuki Boulevard M50

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Yup, Carbon is wrong.* The red X's are nice.
i never seen the pic on this thread but, i do know exactly what he's talking about and he right, is very nice, i went to look at them with my father b/c he's thinkin of gettin one
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Yup, Carbon is wrong. The red X's are nice.
Stephen: Are you unable to see the pictures...???
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no pics here either
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Stephen: Are you unable to see the pictures...???

They aren't working.
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Old 06-21-2005, 03:42 PM   #8
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OK...Had to modify the graphics source.
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Re: Suzuki Boulevard M50

I can see it... looks like it would handle great!
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looks comfortable
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Pictures

OK...I created a new album with several pictures of the bike. Pictures are big files (High Res.) dial-up users be aware.

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http://public.fotki.com/Zapata/zapat...uzuki_bouleva/
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Re: Suzuki Boulevard M50

I aint nuts about the rear fender, but definatly a functional looking bike.
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I aint nuts about the rear fender, but definatly a functional looking bike.
yeah, and I personally would have to shorten the pipe length a tad. at the yamaha shop today, I was amazed at the amount of bike you get for the dollar compared to harley. wowzers indeed.
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..... I was amazed at the amount of bike you get for the dollar compared to harley. wowzers indeed.
Details please, details...!! What Yamaha bikes did you check...???? I'm a big fan of the Yamaha Warrior
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Thats a nice lookin bike...shaft drive + efi=low maintenance=more riding time. Especially good for you since you ride ur bike everywhere!

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Re: Suzuki Boulevard M50

Never been a big fan of rear fender like that, but its a nice bike for the money.
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..... I was amazed at the amount of bike you get for the dollar compared to harley. wowzers indeed.
Details please, details...!! What Yamaha bikes did you check...???? I'm a big fan of the Yamaha Warrior
, I didnt even look to see what they were called. I saw bigger bikes and all types of bikes w/ different themes surely meant to capture the dollar of a bigger majority. They all were priced very fairly and I can wholeheartedly see why they sell so many. nice bikes and the options offered for the price blows the harley market away, no doubt.
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sounds like a good deal.
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Excellent Max...!!!! :biggthumpup: Welcome to the board...!!! Glad to see you around here.
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