The 2001-2017 Suzuki Volusia, Suzuki Boulevard C50 Repair Manual by Clymer covers:
Suzuki Volusia 2001-2004
Suzuki Boulevard C50 2005-2017
The Suzuki Volusia, unveiled in 2001 and named after the county in Florida, became the Suzuki C50 VL800 when it was rebranded as the Boulevard four years later. Suzuki Volusia 2001 and its successor follow the formula of an engine that is smaller than what had come before it. The engine is fitted into a one-size up frame. A cruiser style motorcycle designed to carry a passenger, the Volusia and Boulevard can be maintained and repaired by their owners without having to pay extra mechanic costs by following the valuable tips in this manual that is packed with clear illustrations and photos. Learn how to troubleshoot and get tips on maintaining or even overhauling different parts of the bike. Get it with free shipping to the continental 48 United States from The Motor Bookstore.
Book Excerpt: Suzuki Volusia 2001-2004 and Suzuki Boulevard C50 2005-2017 Repair Manual
CYLINDER HEAD AND CYLINDER
Two procedures are available to service the cylinder heads and cylinders. Each cylinder head is secured to the cylinder by a nut (Figure 43) located in the valley between the cylinders.
Access to the nut is limited and requires removing the cylinder head and cylinder as a unit, unless a tool is fabricated to remove and tighten the nut.
If the nut can be turned, the cylinder head and cylinder may be serviced separately. Refer to Cylinder Head in this chapter for a description of the tool.
Extra care is needed to install the cylinder head and cylinder as a unit onto the piston, as opposed to just installing the cylinder.
Also, if using the cylinder head/cylinder unit procedure, the front cylinder head/cylinder unit must be removed before the rear cylinder head and cylinder are accessible.
After considering the preferred method for removing the cylinder head retaining nut, follow the appropriate procedure for cylinder head and cylinder removal and installation.
The following procedure describes removal of the cylinder head and cylinder from the crankcase as a unit assembly. The cylinder head and cylinder are separated after removal.
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Subject: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Suzuki Volusia, Boulevard C50 service, maintenance, and repair procedures.
ISBN-10: 1620923181 | ISBN-13:9781620923184 | Clymer M260-3