Removing the rear fender and rear frame

Description: Removing the rear fender and rear frame from Suzuki Boulevard M50 / Intruder M800 STEPS FOR REMOVING THE FENDER AND FRAME Remove the rear seat by removing the bolt circled yellow. (OR seat cover which ever you have mounted) Remove the three black screws circled red 3. Undo the connector on the left side…

Mystery plug under the seat

It turns out there is no electrical gremlin on the bike. I’m just stupid. For some reason I assumed that the “empty” plug under the seat might be an AUX power source. I haven’t been able to find one on this model. Apparently the previous model had one inside the headlight bucket. Comment below if…

Fuse box location for 2010-current Intruder M800 / Boulevard M50

In my search for a possible electrical gremlin I needed to access the fuse box. Having left the owners manual at the office I expected to still find it easily (as one usually does). After removing panels here and there I wasn’t finding anything. Even removed the battery just in case. My Google search came…

Boulevard M50 Handlebar dimensions

Handlebar total width: 35″ or 89 cmSpace between risers: 3 2/4″ or 95 mmRiser width: 6 3/8″ or 162 mmFlat space outside risers: 3/4″ or 20 mmHandlebar diameter: 1″ / 25,4 mm

It’s a what?

Naming this bike has clearly been a struggle for Suzuki. On the global website it says it’s the Suzuki Boulevard M50, but also the VZ800. In other countries the bike is a Suzuki Intruder M800 VZ800 not to be confused with the VZ800 Marauder which is an older model. The M50 has sister model with…