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The ONLY Suzuki Intruder Owners Club in the UK and covers ALL models of the Suzuki Intruder / Boulevard / Volusia and Marauder motorcycles from the VL125 to the mighty M1800R / VZR1800R.
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Parts required & price I paid VS1400 drive - £150.00 VS1400 seal (09283-30026) - £7.10 VS1400 seal (09289-70002) - Optional £29.67 VS1400 circlip (09381-40003) - £3.12 Molly grease/paste (99000-25140) or equivalent - £5.99 Gear oil (75-90) -
I am running a Barum Bravuris 205/65 r15 on my stock swing arm. It is a close fit, but it does fit. My rear shocks are lowered about 2 coils and I still have clearance. The inside rim bead on the rim MUST be ground down smooth for this tire to seat. I
I've just fitted a Goodyear 195/65-15 to my Suzuki VS1400 Intruder. I had to do it myself as no-one would fit it for me, this was in the UK. I had a bit of difficulty getting it to bead, but got there eventually. I had to go to 100psi and reposition the
Just wondered if anyone was considering doing the upgrade of the final drive to the VS1400. I have been considering this for a while and I'm almost at the point of spending the cash. It's not a cheap mod but when everything is taken into consideration of