Question about 2007 Suzuki Boulevard
Hi, I have a moto suzuki boulevard 2006 model C90T, and want to drop my bike. I have the choice to drop it 1 inches or 2. I have two question: what is the best drop 1 or 2 inches?, and i got problem to take out the bottom pin. Do you have resolution to how get out this pin to close to the frame? Thanks, Albain
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
By carefully studying the lighting system on my bike I was able to determine how to remove the light bar by removing two alan bolts on the underside of the light bar and in between the forks. Once the light bar was removed I was able to gain access to the philips screw which holds the signal light on the bar. After removing that screw I traced the wiring back to the head light where I noticed that the head light itself needed to be removed in order to gain access to the wiring inside the headlight assembly. Once inside I was able to unplug the two wires which lead to the signal light and then pull them through the light bar and remove the broken signal light. Replacing the new signal light was simply a matter of reversing the process.
Thanks for getting back to me though. By taking the time to study the situation, I learned more about my bike.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
there is a set of fuses ....... when standing facing the side of the bike that has the clutch on it.... look down at the section of bodywork rearmost (closest to the rear wheel) this section can be unscrewed. in this you will find the relay for the starter motor and the indicators. as well as a small box type containing a number of fuses.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
Locate the drain screw on the bottom of the carburetor float bowl. Drain the float bowl's contents into a clean container, if possible, so that you can see if there's any dirt, rust, or water in the fuel.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
Drain the tank of the old fuel completely, try to drain the fuel lines as best you can. Whilst the tank is empty, if you can remove the fuel pump and clean out the filter for debris or gunk. Pull out the spark plugs and see if they have fouled, don't try cleaning them just replace. I have found once a plug is fouled, it is best to just bite the bullit and buy new ones as issues can happen again.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
Even though you probably don't have that many miles on the bike, or if you do have a lot riding time on it, it sounds to me like you need a valve adjustment. That's a high reving bike for that engine that works pretty hard so you might have 1 - 3 loose valves.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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