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  1. #16
    Newbie
    My Bike(s)
    2006 Suzuki C50
    Location
    Meridian, ID
    Posts
    4

    Question New C50 Owner

    Hi guys,

    Just got a '06 C50 Boulevard...
    It has a lightbard up front, and today while riding home, my headlight quit...
    I've taken the bucket apart and went in with a test light... I have power to everything but the headlight and the spotlights...

    I never got a manual with this bike, anybody have a PDF of the owners manual??

    Can somebody tell em where to locate the fuses so I can see if I have a blown fuse?

    Thanx' for the help in advance.....

    Khile Klock

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  3. #17
    I took the All Bran Challenge
    My Bike(s)
    C50SE
    Location
    Aldergrove, B.C., Canada
    Posts
    7,753
    On the left side of your bike, below the locked side panel(where your tools are kept) is a chrome piece. It covers the coolant reservoir and your fuse panel.
    There should be a spare 10 and 15 amp fuse in there. The main 30 amp fuse is under the seat.

    There are 3 screws to be removed from this crank case cover. 1 at the middle of the top, 2, 1 at each end of the bottom.

    The OEM lightbar has been a problem. If it was wired right it would be thru a 10 amp fuse marked Aux., not effecting the headlight.
    Do a search on OEM light bar here and the correct wiring should come up.
    It should be grounded and the bulbs changed to 4411's which last longer.

    Any other problems or if more help required, just ask.

  4. #18
    I took the All Bran Challenge
    My Bike(s)
    C50SE
    Location
    Aldergrove, B.C., Canada
    Posts
    7,753
    Here is a link to the wiring for the lightbar.

    http://home.earthlink.net/~boaclub/99950-70276.pdf

    Keep these for future help. Place them in your bookmarks.

    Links

    How To's
    Last edited by blackie1491; 05-06-2007 at 12:46 AM.

  5. #19
    Newbie
    My Bike(s)
    2006 Suzuki C50
    Location
    Meridian, ID
    Posts
    4

    Talking

    Thanx'! That got me in the right direction!

    Only fuse I see blown is one labeled P-SOURCE..
    What the heck is P-SOURCE...

  6. #20
    Newbie
    My Bike(s)
    2006 Suzuki C50
    Location
    Meridian, ID
    Posts
    4

    Arrow C50 Lightbar

    Thanx for the links...

    My lightbars more closely resemble these (Cobra Lightbars with Spotlights - Suzuki Boulevard Parts and Accessories from Xtreme Revolution) , but I can't say for sure if this is what they are... I didn't put them there..

    Looking at the wiring, the spotlights are wired into the low-beam circuit....
    I could have done a nicer job.. and may rework it a bit in the future.. especially if it keps blowing fuses..
    Last edited by klockk; 05-06-2007 at 01:17 AM.

  7. #21
    I took the All Bran Challenge
    My Bike(s)
    C50SE
    Location
    Aldergrove, B.C., Canada
    Posts
    7,753
    I would change the lightbar to the Aux. plug in the headlight shell.

    If you post a picture of your bike's front end, some one here will tell you which light bar you have.

  8. #22
    Newbie
    My Bike(s)
    2006 Suzuki C50
    Location
    Meridian, ID
    Posts
    4

    C50 Lightbar - Which one?

    Quote Originally Posted by blackie1491 View Post
    I would change the lightbar to the Aux. plug in the headlight shell.

    If you post a picture of your bike's front end, some one here will tell you which light bar you have.
    What fuse does that run off off..??
    Was interesting to note that I had NO headlight or spotlight...
    Hi and Lo Fuses were good... only blown fuse was P-SOURCE...

    Looks like spotlights are wired into the low-beam leg of the headlight and grounded elsewhere.....

    Here is a shot of the bike...
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Suzuki Boulevard C50-photo0009.jpg   Suzuki Boulevard C50-photo0012.jpg  

  9. #23
    I took the All Bran Challenge
    My Bike(s)
    C50SE
    Location
    Aldergrove, B.C., Canada
    Posts
    7,753
    The power source is the Aux.
    10A HEAD-Hi fuse
    10A Head-Low
    10A Meter
    15A Ignition- coil & fan motor
    10A Signal- Indicator lights except High Beam
    10A Power Source

    30A Main fuse located under seat.

    Some have just stuck an inline 10amp fuse between their spots and power source.

    I have yet to add a light bar to my bike yet.

  10. #24
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    Posts
    1

    I just bouht a c 50 used and never got a manual either

    Does anyone know where i can download the PDF file of the owners manual for my C50 boulavard Please help too this is my first road bike too .

  11. #25
    Where Am I ?
    My Bike(s)
    Suzuki C50T
    Location
    New Zealand
    Posts
    43
    the C50.. FI.. holds 15.5 liters or 4.1/3 us gallons, when the fuel in the tank drops below approx 4.0 litres or 1.0/0.9 us/imp. gal the indercator light flickers, when the fuel in the tank drops below approx 1.5 liters,0.4/0.3 us/impgals then the indercator light stays on, we do around 22 kilometers per liter, two up so when my light stays on I know I have to find gas asap or within the next 20ks hope this helps.....

  12. #26
    Seat Tester
    My Bike(s)
    suzuki c50t
    Location
    compton illinois
    Posts
    91
    i jsut got a 06 c50t and love it i had it for 3 weeks now and sunday rideing only iam just over 700 witch ones better drilling the pipes or debaffleing eather or iam going to do one this weekend lol

  13. #27
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    I am getting well over 50MPG with the K&N filter in mine. I got 148 miles out of 2.5 gallons of gas. When I had the Vulcan? I was getting 45MPG. I drilled the pipes and my MPG went down to 39/38 MPG. I also had to ride choked all the time, unless it was above 70 outside, and AFTER the motor was well warmed up. Fuel Injection makes a HUGE difference, no choke, no jet replacements with open pipes, and what not.

  14. #28
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    Posts
    1
    Quick question, please. I'm looking for OEM parts for my wife's 2007 Boulevard C50. I haven't even been able to find a place on-line that lists the Boulevard C50. The drop down menus start with DL models. Is her bike from the Twilight Zone or what? Hadda friend suggest it might be the same as a VL800. Any body have any ideas? I figured you guys (not gender-specific) would know. She needs the rear, left turn signal bullet type housing. That super glue isn't going to last forever. Thanks a ton. Mikey.

  15. #29
    Fourth gear and illegal
    My Bike(s)
    2007 Boulevard C50 2008 Nomad 1600
    Location
    Wet Coast, Canada
    Posts
    722

    Smile

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyCC View Post
    I'm looking for OEM parts for my wife's 2007 Boulevard C50.
    See the link below:

    Suzuki Genuine Accessories catalog

    I found the prices quite reasonable.

    Also congrats on your wife's brand new C50!
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    Nomad, rider of the ancient east
    Nomad, rider that men know the least
    Nomad, where you come from no one knows
    Nomad, where you go to no one tells
    [by Iron Maiden]


  16. #30
    I took the All Bran Challenge
    My Bike(s)
    C50SE
    Location
    Aldergrove, B.C., Canada
    Posts
    7,753
    If you read your manual you will see the bike is a VL800K7 (2007).
    The K5's and up are C50 (FI), the K1 to K4 are Volusia's (carbs).
    The tank is smaller on the C50 because of FI.

    Ebay has parts come up often, also posting in the for sale section here may turn up members who have gone with updates and have OEM parts in the garage they will sell.


 

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