2007 Suzuki Boulevard M109R

Call it the best of all worlds. Suzuki’s award winning Boulevard M109R - an incredible combination of cruiser styling and renowned Suzuki power and handling. By injecting the Boulevard M109R with a potent shot of race-proven technology developed for the championship-winning GSX-R sport bikes, Suzuki has literally redefined the concept of a cruiser.

The Boulevard M109R’s exhilarating performance begins with its all-new 109-cubic-inch, fuel injected V-twin engine. It’s tuned to produce massive torque all the way from idle to redline, which translates into acceleration that you have to feel to believe - and makes this the most powerful cruiser Suzuki has ever produced. To reward every one of your senses, the big V-twin also produces a throaty, aggressive exhaust note designed to let the world know they’re looking at - and listing to - the hottest cruiser on the road.

Like Suzuki’s sport bikes, the Boulevard M109R balances extraordinary performance with crisp handling, thanks to a technically advanced chassis and suspension, matched by world-class brakes. And when it comes to wrapping that performance package in cruiser styling, a picture is worth a thousand words. Check out its sleek, flowing lines and GSX-R inspired styling touches, and you’ll realize that the Boulevard M109R is in a class of its own.

The all-new Suzuki Boulevard M109R - chrome-plated proof that cruising can be incredibly exciting.

New Features

  • New cylinder head cover, secondary cover and drive unit cover now feature chromed metal contruction for a high quality finish

Key Features

  • The M109R features a muscular, innovative and stylish new look of high performance with long sleek flowing lines and a powerful V-twin engine
  • A streamlined headlight cover carrying a unique trapezoidal shaped multi reflector H4 halogen headlight and a maintanance free LED tail light built into the tailsection


Engine Features

  • 1783cc, 4-valve DOHC, 54 degree, liquid-cooled, fuel injected V-twin engine designed for strong throttle response and quick acceleration
  • Massive 112mm bore and 90.5mm stroke utilizing huge 112mm forged aluminum alloy pistons with short skirts, and cut away sides riding on chrome moly steel connecting rods
  • Unique new two-stage cam drive system creates a compact cylinder head design and reduces overall engine height and creates a lower center of gravity
  • Each bore is lined with Suzuki’s race proven SCEM (Suzuki Composite Electrochemical Material) for optimum heat transfer, tighter piston-to-cylinder clearances and reduced weight
  • A compact dry sump lubrication system SASS (Suzuki Advanced Sump System) provides reduced engine height, a lower crankshaft position and lower center of gravity
  • Five speed transmission features carefully selected gear ratios for comfortable cruising in a variety of riding situations
  • Three piece airbox uses dual intakes with 9.5 liters of internal volume working through a pleated fabric air cleaner element
  • The 2-into1-into2 stainless steel chromed exhaust system features Suzuki’s digitally controlled SET (Suzuki Exhaust Tuning) system for optimum engine performance and powerful v-twin sound
  • Electronic fuel injection system features the Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve system (SDTV) with 56mm throttle bodies - maintains optium air velocity for smooth low-to-mid range throttle response
  • A new Idle Speed Control (ISC) system improves cold starting and stabilizes engine idle speed in various conditions
  • Dual spark plug per cylinder ignition system is controlled by the powerful 32 bit ECM for improved combustion effeciency and reduced exhaust emissions


Chassis Features

  • High-tensile double cradle steel frame is built to comfortably handle all the power and torque while delivering agile handling and a plush smooth ride
  • Spiral spoke cast aluminum alloy wheels measure a 3.50 x 18 inch up front and a massive 8.50 x 18 inch rear tire wearing a huge 240mm rear Dunlop radial tire
  • Race proven front brake system includes radial mounted four piston front calipers and 310mm front brake rotors. Rear brake system includes a dual piston caliper and 275mm rear disc
  • A sleek wide fuel tank with 5.1 gallon fuel capacity that flows into integrated side covers, a comfortable low seat and stylish radiator cowl.
  • A handlebar mounted digital tachometer and LED indicator lights flow nicely with the tank mounted analog speedometer and LCD odometer, dual tripmeters, fuel gauge and clock
  • Inverted cartridge forks with 46mm stanchion tubes proved an aggressive front end look with 5.12 inches of wheel travel
  • A cast aluminum alloy swingarm works with a progressive shock linkage and a preload adjustable single rear shock delivering 4.66 inches of wheel travel working through a shaft drive system.


Specifications


  • Engine: 1783cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, V-twin, DOHC, 4-valves
  • Bore Stroke: 112.0mm x 90.5mm
  • Compression Ratio: 10.5:1
  • Fuel System: Fuel injection
  • Lubrication: Semi-Dry Sump
  • Ignition: Digital/transistorized
  • Transmission: 5-speed
  • Final Drive: Shaft
  • Overall Length: 2450mm (96.5 in.)
  • Overall Width: 875mm (34.4 in.)
  • Overall Height: 1185mm (46.7 in.)
  • Seat Height: 705mm (27.8 in.)
  • Ground Clearance: 130mm (5.1 in.)
  • Wheelbase: 1710mm (67.3 in.)
  • Dry Weight: 319 kg (703 lbs.)
  • Suspension Front: Inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
  • Suspension Rear: Link type, coil spring, oil damped, 7 way adjustable spring pre-load
  • Brakes Front: Dual hydraulic disc
  • Brakes Rear: Single hydraulic disc
  • Tires Front: 130/70R18 M/C 63V
  • Tires Rear: 240/40R18 M/C 79V
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 19.5 liter (5.2 gal.)
  • Color: Black, White, Red

18 comments:

I read I believe on this site that the 109 only goes 125 mph?
I do not agree.

First shift at 5800 ( anymore will educe wheel spin), next and final 3 at 7300, then take to 7400 RPM will net 150 on the speedo.

DO NOT make the 4th shift into 5th gear as the computer WILL shut you down at 125.

Now granted all speedo’s indicate speed faster than you are really going, but even with a 10% variance that’s still more than 125 smiley

I just pick up my M109R cobra .
Cobra pipes, power comand.
Tons of fun and torque. I traded my ZG1000 and change into the cruiser world. I still needed power. So Took a look at the M109R and took her off the show room floor. Its a blast to ride .You better hold on. H.D folks look at M109R and kinda stratch there heads. I know sooner or later, a HD will test me. With a 11.64 1/4 mile .
and with cobra pipes and powercomand. I dont know what she will do. The V Rod was also very cool but at 6.4 it was to small. I see alot of them 4 sale on ebay and wonder.
I know HD had help making the VROD and HD fans dont really call it a HD.
I went with the beast and love the grows. The HDs seem to back off when I come.

Im looking for perfomance parts for my 2007 m-109-r

I love the bike. The only problem has been getting the accessories odered, everything for it takes a long time to arrive from manufacturing.

porky is right, tho it may be a typo

Seems to have quite a few improvements over the 06 model..

HI. i was going to buy a v rod but seen this wow,
forget it im hooked suzuki well done as ive never owned a suzuki in 30 years this is the time.
as ive had 4 harleys in 15 years and 5 hondas 2 kawaskis 1 bmw.
at least a cruiser that bites and not leak oil or cover me with petrol leaks.
mannnn far out.

My wife surprised me when she bought her man (that would be me) a white Ninja-1400. I already own a blackbird XX which is a real keeper. After my brother pointed this bike to me, I seriously began to think about my future on all sport bikes. Most non sport bikes just do not offer the performance or handling that I have experienced..Now comes the 1st cruiser that has really got my attention. I believe that this would really be a great transitional bike for me to slow it down.......Tired of running from the cops all of the time....lol

The suzuki M109 seems to have great looks, good speed and power at an affordable price. Wow

So now I am thinking about selling that beautiful blackbird...wonder what I could get for a mint conditioned—18k 1999.....?????

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My wife surprised me when she bought her man (that would be me) a white Ninja-1400. I already own a blackbird XX which is a real keeper. After my brother pointed this bike to me, I seriously began to think about my future on all sport bikes. Most non sport bikes just do not offer the performance or handling that I have experienced..Now comes the 1st cruiser that has really got my attention. I believe that this would really be a great transitional bike for me to slow it down.......Tired of running from the cops all of the time....lol

The suzuki M109 seems to have great looks, good speed and power at an affordable price. Wow

So now I am thinking about selling that beautiful blackbird...wonder what I could get for a mint conditioned—18k 1999.....?????

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I love the bike but the power to weight ratio is WAAAY OFF!!! This is a mean looking bike but doesn’t move like it should from the looks of it.

On the way to a local Harley dealer to buy new sled, I stopped by a "Mega Mall" metric bike shop to take a look at their new stuff. A few hours later, I was the proud owner of a Red ’07 M109R. What a great bike!

Yep, the gearbox is clunky, and *don’t* have a long keychain or the extra keys will fly up when riding and scratch the paint on the side panel next to the switch. The California tank has an insert that reduces the tank volume by about .3 gal (and helps make the gas splash out on the bike when you fill the tank... grrrr...)

But - after breaking it in, it runs like a RA#ED Ape if you crank the throttle, and rumbles enough to make some car alarms squawk. It’s comfortable solo or 2-up, and the wind isn’t too bad under 70 without a windshield (somebody *please* make a mini cowl for this that works and doesn’t look like crap...) Never made it to the other dealer - this is an amazing amount of fun on 2 wheels!

I’m a proud owner of a ’06 M109, and ths is a "greaaat cruiser" that suzuki has developed.
Being sport bike rider for more than 15 + years,
I’ve found this cruiser to be a great transition from
sport riding.
P.S..... I would like for other people to stop comparing this Power Cruiser to All others because it is a Unique and Different cruiser from all others.......

I’m a proud owner of a ’06 M109, and ths is a "greaaat cruiser" that suzuki has developed.
Being sport bike rider for more than 15 + years,
I’ve found this cruiser to be a great transition from
sport riding.
P.S..... I would like for other people to stop comparing this Power Cruiser to All others because it is a Unique and Different cruiser from all others.......

This is probably the best cruiser suzuki has made since the introduction of the intruder 1400.

The style is one of the best so far.. But it still remains some little details that look a bit ’cheap’ or to much ’mass production’ . Suzuki needs to wrok a bit more if they want to compete with the best like Victory

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