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    Quote Originally Posted by Echelon View Post
    For bike saddles, I was just wondering, do people go and open it and take things from it? Thinking of getting it but worried about this point, any bros care to shed some light.
    No doubt about it, some people do get the itchy agony to open the saddle bags and it ache their no to touch the stuff contain inside the bags. My advice is to get a lockable saddle bag but, it isn't 100% foolproof so, don't expect the stuff is going to be kept safely in the bags all the time.

    PS: You could wire additional mercury switches to the saddle bag if you have an alarm installed on your motorcycle but, it is just another layer of security.
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    *drools* Ever since I first laid my eyes on one fella's Boulevard at Defu Lane... I've seriously been contemplating SB over the S4...

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    Get it then. hee. It'll be fun and the stares are worth it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Echelon View Post
    For bike saddles, I was just wondering, do people go and open it and take things from it? Thinking of getting it but worried about this point, any bros care to shed some light.
    Bro as a rule of thumb ---- dun keep anything that of valuable value to you in ur saddlebag. So far i have never encountered anything thats been stolen from my sidebox which is not locked before. Anyway nothing inside too. Years back when i was using saddlebag same nothing stolen cos nothing worth to steal inside.

    so always clear or carry along your stuff inside your bag when ur r away. Theft is always lurking ard the corner. Dun be complacent bro.

    thats my tips for u.

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    Guys, I'm seriously contemplating getting the 400cc Boulevard at Looi's. They're asking $13,500 OTR.

    Just want to ask the 400cc Boulevard riders here - is it a good ride? How is it after about 1 year + of riding it? Anyone sold theirs, and how is perceived resale value?

    Thanks for any answers out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    Guys, I'm seriously contemplating getting the 400cc Boulevard at Looi's. They're asking $13,500 OTR.

    Just want to ask the 400cc Boulevard riders here - is it a good ride? How is it after about 1 year + of riding it? Anyone sold theirs, and how is perceived resale value?

    Thanks for any answers out there.

    Thats a sweet looking bike. But if you are a person that changes your mind about bikes often, then don't buy a new bike. Get a used bike. Nothing lasts forever. Depreciation for a new bike is rather high. Expect at least 20% losses in the first year.

    Look at this thread .. don't know if its still for sale. You can ask owner about the bike too.

    http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums...ki#post3598949

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    Trade in with Loois, orignially bought it from Loois, you can see if it is still available, it was a bike I polish every week and well taken care, never dropped and service on time. Pampered it alot. Under bike cover since day one to protect it from direct contact with the sun.

    You should be able to get it at a good price from Loois. All the best.

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    Echelon, whats your new ride?

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    Went for a Honda VFR 800 ABS after getting Class 2. Thought of a bigger cruiser, but nothing at the moment out there that I like, the Boulevard was very nice ride, even today still miss it, something about shaft drive that makes it smoother ride, plus the lower CG is nicer and more comfortable the VFR is a little too high and already over wet surface almost slipped once when turning - never happened on the boulevard before.

    Just my two cents, I would like a muscle cruiser like those 1200-1600 cc types but man the price on those are very way off my budget. My VFR is pre-owned 2006 model was selling at good price so grabbed it, the owner took good care of it.

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    Echelon,

    I think your previous bike is still available at Loois. Just want to ask you, before I go down to have a look at it, did u add a backrest to it (or any other accessories)?

    Would you happen to know where's a good place to get accessories for the Boulevard?

    Cheers

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    The 400cc Boulevard is not fuel injected right? It's running on carb I tink.

     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Echelon View Post
    Trade in with Loois, orignially bought it from Loois, you can see if it is still available, it was a bike I polish every week and well taken care, never dropped and service on time. Pampered it alot. Under bike cover since day one to protect it from direct contact with the sun.

    You should be able to get it at a good price from Loois. All the best.
    I bought your bike from Loois! Great condition. Shame I didn't buy it from you directly though.

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    Congrats bro! Btw, Loois quoted you $13.5K for the new one, is it the grey colour one with the flame design?

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    Grats on your boulevard 400 bro! Damn, i am envious!

    Currently riding a suzuki intruder 125 (the younger brother of your ride). It's good but lacks some power at times. In all it is a good bike for singapore roads but when u wana head up Malaysia - tops 110km/hr.

    I am definitely gonna get the boulv400 for my 2A. Anyone know the top speed for it yet? Doesnt have to be as fast as a sports bike... but so long as i can keep up with my riding group.. cos currently i am not the last riding in the group but the last to ARRIVE... haha

    Cheers all!
    And hell! boulv is a sweeeeet sleeeeeek ride! woohoo!
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    Saw the Intruder M1800R last night. In show room it didn't look nice. On the road it actually didn't look too bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by solisity View Post
    Grats on your boulevard 400 bro! Damn, i am envious!

    Currently riding a suzuki intruder 125 (the younger brother of your ride). It's good but lacks some power at times. In all it is a good bike for singapore roads but when u wana head up Malaysia - tops 110km/hr.

    I am definitely gonna get the boulv400 for my 2A. Anyone know the top speed for it yet? Doesnt have to be as fast as a sports bike... but so long as i can keep up with my riding group.. cos currently i am not the last riding in the group but the last to ARRIVE... haha

    Cheers all!
    And hell! boulv is a sweeeeet sleeeeeek ride! woohoo!
    Chances are you will not hit pass 150kph on a flat road but think again, this is the only Class 2A cruiser you can find in the market with sport rims.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stonecold View Post
    Congrats bro! Btw, Loois quoted you $13.5K for the new one, is it the grey colour one with the flame design?
    Can't remember if it had a flame design, but yes, it was grey. I think the black looks a lot nicer though, but that's just my taste.

    The shaft drive is something else, I must say. Very smooth and immediate response from throttle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solisity View Post
    Grats on your boulevard 400 bro! Damn, i am envious!

    Currently riding a suzuki intruder 125 (the younger brother of your ride). It's good but lacks some power at times. In all it is a good bike for singapore roads but when u wana head up Malaysia - tops 110km/hr.

    I am definitely gonna get the boulv400 for my 2A. Anyone know the top speed for it yet? Doesnt have to be as fast as a sports bike... but so long as i can keep up with my riding group.. cos currently i am not the last riding in the group but the last to ARRIVE... haha

    Cheers all!
    And hell! boulv is a sweeeeet sleeeeeek ride! woohoo!
    Thanks! Well, cruising speed at abt 120 km/h is definitely v comfortable, but as you know, it's a cruiser, so in that riding position at that speed you catch a lot of wind. I reckon 0 - 100 km/h is about 5 secs if u push it.

    The amazing thing abt this bike is how quiet it is. When you're riding _slow_ it attracts quite a few stares from people wondering what bike that is.

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    Yea man.. Sports Rims.. Cool stuff

    I find it really interesting when designers manage to blend a classic look with a modern one. I really like how the paint work was done, it draws attention to the exhausts and the front forks. Better take good care of your ride bro. That chrome really needs to shine out there.

    Personally, I use a Diluted rim cleaner to wash my exhaust. After so I polish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solisity View Post
    Yea man.. Sports Rims.. Cool stuff

    Personally, I use a Diluted rim cleaner to wash my exhaust. After so I polish.

    Cheers
    Mmm, good tip.

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    Hi hi....The Boulevard is a real beauty....I do hope all of the Boulevard Riders can join the meet-up this Saturday evening at 9pm at Kampong Glam Cafe...Do go into the Cruisers meet-up thread....Hope to see you all there so that we can admire it at a closer range....Cheers....

     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by stonecold View Post
    The 400cc Boulevard is not fuel injected right? It's running on carb I tink.
    It is fuel injected and the mileage is quiet awesome too. Very stable bike, really miss it, I think one day I will go back to cruisers, still love them over sportsbikes, world of difference.

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    Suzuki Boulevard m50 (US/Canada version 800cc but same chasis) website to check out what people add on to thier Boulevards.

    http://www.motorcycle-journal.com/fo...re-here-3.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Echelon View Post
    It is fuel injected and the mileage is quiet awesome too. Very stable bike, really miss it, I think one day I will go back to cruisers, still love them over sportsbikes, world of difference.
    Hmmm...I check Suzuki Japan website and it seems like it's running on carb. I know the 800 is running on fuel injection.

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    fuel injected.

    Echelon... I'm the beneficiary of your great bike... can't complain.

    Here's a pic of the boulevard together with a Triumph Rocket III (my neighbour's). His has SIX TIMES the displacement of my bike, but I feel the boulevard is smoother (i.e. the Rocket tends to jerk a bit and you need Mr Universe arms to ride it).
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    Here's another pic. Sorry for the multiple postings - I'm going crazy here! OK no more photos after this I promise...
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    Congrats Cobalt, hope you are enjoying the smoothness of the Boulevard, really love it, btw it can take quite low corners too ;-) because of the weight and low profile it handles corners suprisingly well, maybe the tyres helped.

    In the pictures the Boulevard is quite the looker, muscle cruiser styling.

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    Hi Hi...and i second that notion Brother Echelon....

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    i just saw blue Boulevard at bukit timah road, turning into serangoon near tekka mall..

    thought of harley at first glance and thinking myself "how come so quiet"..
    really big cruiser with nice pipes.. LED tail lights are simply amazing..

    and there's one for sale here
    http://sg.88db.com/sg/Services/Post_...?PostID=200381

    too bad over my budget..


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    Aren't you suppose to be at work? What you doing riding around? hahaha
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    pls dont tell my boss...

     

     
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    I think the Boulevard is a nice bike too except for 2 'flaws' in my mind...

    1) I think the original 800cc would be been perfect, 400cc seems a little... er.. small
    2) I HATE the rear fenders.... somehow, duckbill fenders just don't cut it... (its just me)

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    newbie here

    also happen to see black one at bender's secondary during my run...
    it was amazing under the yellow street light,
    it looked mean and sleak
    i am definitely geting one after my 2A next year.

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    To rider of FB*232*

    Sorry if you thought I was a psycho stalker or racer-wannabe trying to challenge you to race or something....

    But actually I was trying to signal to you that your rear number was dangling by one screw and swinging around wildly as you rode past... thought it was gonna fall off any moment.

    You had no reaction so I didn't know if you got the message. Anyway sorry I alarmed you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiamh View Post
    I think the Boulevard is a nice bike too except for 2 'flaws' in my mind...

    1) I think the original 800cc would be been perfect, 400cc seems a little... er.. small
    2) I HATE the rear fenders.... somehow, duckbill fenders just don't cut it... (its just me)
    hw nice it would b if they were 2 bring in the 800cc.

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    hey Cruisers...im a noob on cruisers and I'd like to know more details abt the Suzuki Boulevard400.how much does it cost at Looi's?

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    I think someone mentioned before in this thread about the price
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiamh View Post
    I think the Boulevard is a nice bike too except for 2 'flaws' in my mind...

    1) I think the original 800cc would be been perfect, 400cc seems a little... er.. small
    2) I HATE the rear fenders.... somehow, duckbill fenders just don't cut it... (its just me)
    Dimensions wise, it is exactly the same as the 800cc just the power is not. I agree with you if it was a 800cc would have been great, reading all the US posts about the Boulevard M50 this exact same bike in a 800cc capacity thinks the world about this bike. A 400cc version though lesser in CC but the exception riding position, quality ride, feel, power and build is enough to satisfy a cruiser enthusiast. Plus quite torquey and can push the bike.

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    what is the FC on this bike like?

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    36.0km/L @ (60km/h)

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    whoa, that's very good! even close to a phantom, is it common for cruisers like this type?
    Thanx for the info, Echelon. Cos i am very interested in this bike after my 2A

     

     
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    Yes during this "oil crisis" this is a good FC bike. Also do not forget the bike alone weighs close to 230kg, that is why it is a great cruiser yet sporty enough and muscle looks plus it is fuel injected that is probably why the good FC. They use the GSX valve control technology on the sports for the Boulevard 400M and 800M models. When you remove the passenger seat it is a great looking one seater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Echelon View Post
    36.0km/L @ (60km/h)
    I suppose it's according to the book and not in actual usage, but still it's better than Honda Shadow 34.0km/L (60km/h)

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    Boulevard is EFI is it? Guess that's one of the factors why it's more fuel efficient as compared to the Shadow. If they put EFI on Shadows.......*snigger
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    Default Boulevard For Sale

    All good things must come to an end.

    Selling my Boulevard. All bros who are interested, pls see this sales thread. Thanks for viewing!
    http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums...d.php?t=209878
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    Quote Originally Posted by hitman View Post
    hw nice it would b if they were 2 bring in the 800cc.
    1st- cruiser die-hard fans are in small numbers here (small market)
    2nd - the stupid Class 2A licence lah - restricted up to 400cc and below only.
    shud increase to maximum 800cc and below. 650 or 750 or 800cc --> handling same with 400cc albeit diff enjin capacity lah. But after a while of riding still feel same as 400cc oso.

    If they revise it, u think the 400cc got market here? Nay.... might as well get max 800cc rite?

    sigh wat a bump

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    nice bike... everride to NSHW?
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    I was wondering is the 2009 SUZUKI BOULEVARD in? Sorry, not been bike hunting for a long time..

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    nice bike. nicer then shadow brand new.
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    nice bike.. approx how much is a brand new bike?
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