The Suzuki Boulevard M109R is an unrivalled blend of high-performance technology and a distinctive, engaging design. It has the classic look of a cruiser while yet providing the power and torque that riders want.
High-quality, high-style: A 1783 cm3 (109 cubic-inch) liquid-cooled V-Twin engine with DOHC, four valves per cylinder, and digital fuel injection powers the SUZUKI BOULEVARD M109R. This is an engine that is designed to deliver a tremendous wave of tractable power and responsive torque from just off idle to redline, making the phrase "powerband" seem insufficient.
It's a classic example of high-performance design, created with the same engineering know-how that helped the SUZUKI GSX-R1000 become the world's most dominant sport bike. The SUZUKI BOULEVARD M109R is the most powerful cruiser that the company has ever produced.
Engine: V-Twin: The liquid-cooled, DOHC, V-Twin engine with a displacement of 1783 cm3 is designed to deliver huge tractable power and quick torque. Even at low engine rpm, the Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) fuel injection technology provides smooth throttle response.
Suzuki Advanced Sump System (SASS), a dry-sump lubrication system in a small package. It was created with a lower engine height in mind.
a lower center of gravity and a lower crankshaft position
Pistons made of aluminum alloy: Massive forged aluminum-alloy pistons measuring 112 mm (4.4 in). These are the largest reciprocating gasoline engine pistons in any production passenger car or motorcycle, with a race-proven design that reduces friction and inertial mass.
It only takes one glance to realize that the SUZUKI BOULEVARD M109R is not your typical cruiser. With long, sleek, flowing lines highlighting the powerful V-Twin engine, it boasts a muscular, innovative look of great performance and high style.
Two-wheeled music emerges, with a mix of high-quality, forceful, snappy low sounds and crisp, clear, vibrant higher notes. With a huge 7.9-liter combined muffler volume, the credit goes to the careful construction of the effective glass-packed mufflers.