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2006 Suzuki Boulevard M50


2006 Boulevard M50

Lean And Ripped.

Here’s a hot cruiser that’s going to light up the city streets. The Suzuki Boulevard M50 boasts unrivaled muscle cruiser styling along with a healthy injection of Suzuki technology. The first thing to strike you is its hard-tail design, which - thanks to an advanced rear suspension system - provides a comfortable and responsive ride. Of course, the muscle styling cues don’t end there. Check out its pullback bars, contoured saddle, sculpted rear fender and eye-catching slash-cut chrome mufflers. The Suzuki Boulevard M50 has performance to match its image. Its liquid-cooled 50-cubic-inch V-twin engine features an advanced Suzuki fuel injection system that gives it terrific torque down low and an incredibly wide powerband. What’s more, the M50 rewards you with crisp handling and an exceptionally comfortable ride around town or out on the open highway.

Key Features

Suzuki Boulevard M50 is styled with a sleek, muscular look combined with advanced Suzuki technology and features

Engine Features

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

Chassis Features

Soft-tail-style frame creates a continuous flowing line from the headlight, through the fuel tank, seat and rear fender

Sharp-edged-styled front fender adds to the clean look of the front end, while the bob-tail rear fender adds to the flowing lines at the rear

Long, wide 4.1 gallon fuel tank flows smoothly back to the seat -attractive raised fuel filler includes indicator lights for turn signals, high beam and low fuel

Handlebar-mounted speedometer styled for a clean appearance and positioned for good visibility

Wide, comfortable seat with low seat height - passenger seat can be removed for a bobbed rear fender appearance

Low-rise handlebars mounted on pull-back risers provide a comfortable reach for the rider and increased comfort around town or on the highway

Inverted, 41mm front fork for a performance look and comfortable ride - the only model in the class with an inverted fork

Link-type rear suspension connects to a truss-style swingarm and a single shock absorber with 7-way spring preload adjustment

Large LED-type taillight with a clear lens provides a modern custom look

Powerful multi-reflector headlight housed in an attractive case with stylish headlight rim - headlight switches off during startup to reduce load on battery

Bright bullet-style turn signals designed for high visibility and attractive appearance

Standard 4-way emergency flasher and high-beam passing switch

Black cast aluminum 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




4 comments:

ROADBURNERS ARE THE BEST PIPES FOR THE M50 PERFORMANCE AND SOUND WISE THEY ARE NOT HIGH PITCHED AND THEY SOUND DEP AND THROATY

I bought an 05’ BM50 about 5 months ago and believe it or not I have already racked up 5128 Miles on her. Being a young college student; I have taken her to her limits. I couldn’t get my speed-o to reach the 120 mark, but got it up to 118. It was actually completely stable at this speed, no rattle, no shaking, nothing, perfect! I do plan to purchase some accessories when I am financially able. I have a question though; Adding the V&H pipes and the power commander with them (of course) as well as adding the kuryaken hyper charger... Did you notice any different in it’s preformance???

I love my M50. I added the Vance and Hines exhaust, kuryaken hyper charger, power commander, corbin seat, Memphis shade, kuryaken grips and pegs, and some under tank lights, tourmaster sandle bags and I get a good crowd around it on bike nights. I rode it at 115 mph! It gets a little shaky at that speed probably due to the windshield.

I am lookin to buy a chrome radiator cover for my m50 if anyone has any info please email me and i also need some exhuast pipes thank you.

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