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FEATURES model 2004 Burgman 650


  • Engine: 638cc, four-stroke, liquid cooled, twin cylinder, DOHC, 4-valve
  • Bore Stroke: 75.5 x 71.3mm
  • Compression Ratio: 11.2:1
  • Fuel System: Fuel Injection
  • Lubrication: Wet Sump
  • Ignition: Digital/Transistorized
  • Starter: Electric
  • Transmission: Electronically-controlled, CVT - automatic
  • Final Drive: Shaft
  • Overall Length: 2260mm (89.0 in.)
  • Overall Width: 810mm (31.9 in.)
  • Overall Height: 1435mm (56.3 in.)
  • Seat Height: 750mm (29.5 in.) *Ground Clearance: 125mm (4.9 in.)
  • Wheel Base: 1595mm (62.8 in.)
  • Dry Weight: 238kg (524 lbs.)
  • Suspension Front: Telescopic, oil damped
  • Suspension Rear: Twin shock, adjustable preload
  • Brakes Front: Dual hydraulic disc
  • Brakes Rear: Single hydraulic disc
  • Tires Front: 120/70-R15
  • Tires Rear: 160/60-R14
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 15 liter (4.0 gal.)
  • Color: Silver, Black

Chassis Features:

  • Stylish bodywork with dual multi-reflector headlights, flush-mounted front turn signals, and large combination taillight/brake designed for strength and rigidity
  • High-tensile steel-tube frame designed for strength and rigidity
  • Telescopic front fork with 41mm inner tubes, provides 105mm of wheel travel for sport performance and a comfortable ride
  • Swingarm-style rear suspension features twin preload-adjustable shock absorbers and a separate aluminum swingarm - allows optimum engine placement and forward weight distribution
  • Dual front disc brakes with 260mm rotors and twin-piston calipers, rear disc brake with 250mm rotor and twin-piston caliper - rear brake includes lever-operated parking brake system
  • Lightweight five-spoke aluminum wheels with radial tires - F: 3.50 x 15 with 120/70-R15 tire, R: 4.5 x 14 with 160/70-R14 tire
  • Front disc brake with 260mm rotor and four-piston caliper, rear disc brake with 210mm rotor and twin-piston caliper - rear brake includes lever-operated parking brake system

Engine Features:

  • Powerful liquid-cooled, 638cc, DOHC, 8-valve, twin-cylinder engine - designed to produce responsive power under a wide range of riding situations
  • Electronic fuel injection system with 32-bit ECM, provides easy engine starts, precise throttle response, reduced fuel consumption, and low emissions
  • Direct-type valve actuation system and downdraft intake (similar to GSX-R models) for strong engine performance
  • Dual gear-driven countershaft system to reduce engine vibration
  • Electronically-controlled pulsed-air injection system (PAIR), helps reduce emissions
  • Convenient electric starting system with maintenance-free battery
  • Suzuki Electronically-Controlled Continuously Variable Transmission - using a handlebar control switch, the rider can choose between two fully automatic modes (power or normal), or a manual shift mode
  • High-efficiency liquid-cooling system includes thermostatically-controlled fan and liquid-cooled oil cooler for consistent engine temperature under all operating conditions
  • Attractive stainless steel exhaust system provides quiet operation and features a chrome muffler end-cap for improved appearance and high heat resistance

New Features:

  • California model equipped with catalyst exhaust to reduce emissions

Utility/Convenience Features:

  • Automotive-style instrument display with analog tachometer, speedometer, fuel gauge, temperature gauge, plus LCD odometer/tripmeters and clock
  • Large, illuminated 55-liter under-seat storage space - large enough for two full-face helmets
  • Convenient front glovebox compartment with DC-electrical accessory outlet, plus two additional storage compartments above the glovebox
  • Large, comfortable seat with passenger backrest and convenient lever-adjustable rider backrest
  • Cut-away floorboards provide more space for rider's legs when putting feet down
  • Tamper-resistant magnetic ignition switch cover for added security - ignition switch includes built-in seat latch operation

Suzuki Electrically-controlled Continuously Variable Transmission (SECVT)

extract of : globalsuzuki

Smart Brain in a Tough Body Delivers the Pleasure of Cruising

Transmissions always transmit engine power to driving wheels and adjust
output to motoring conditions. But today’s performance must also be fuel-efficient
and environmentally responsible. Suzuki’s SECVT does all that, and more.

The Burgman 650, Suzuki's largest-displacement-engine scooter, is the world’s first two-wheel vehicle to feature the Suzuki Electrically-controlled Continuously Variable Transmission (SECVT). "We knew from the start that this pioneering big scooter must satisfy customer demand for environmental friendliness," said Shinobu Tsutsumikoshi, who led the SECVT's prototype development in Motorcycle Engineering Design Dept. III. "So we refined the already-efficient CVT system even further through integrated electronic control of both engine and transmission."
"Unlike the conventional centrifugal CVT using a rubber belt, the SECVT adjusts the CVT ratio by varying the drive-pulley diameter with an electric actuator motor," relates Kazutoshi Ohashi who led development of the SECVT control systems in Group I, Miyakoda R&D Centre. "The SECVT controller calculates the target engine revolution based on the vehicle speed and throttle position, and automatically adjusts the CVT ratio. Unlike conventional systems that adjust the CVT ratio only to the engine revolution, the SECVT's calculation is made with the throttle position — the rider's acceleration choice — also taken into consideration. That optimizes the CVT ratio for actual riding conditions."
Tsutsumikoshi and Ohashi have worked together for years, as a team “integrating the brain (control systems) and the body (mechanical structure) with each other,” explains Tsutsumikoshi.
As for the body, the SECVT’s innovative high-performance Dry Hybrid Composite Belt consists of 204 pieces of H-shaped high-strength aluminium blocks which are embedded with a pair of heat-resistant rubber tension members and covered with resin. The exceptional durability enables the belt to be run dry without the power loss characteristic of an oil bath, yet it also keeps the SECVT system lightweight and compact.
The brain of this beauty , the SECVT, gives the Burgman 650 two fully automatic modes. The Normal mode delivers the optimum CVT ratio for minimum fuel consumption, and the Power mode enables higher CVT ratios for a sportier ride. “Our SECVT tailors the setting to the rider’s style,” said Tsutsumikoshi, “but the system really delivers on hilly winding roads. Enhanced engine braking contributes to stable downhill runs, and the direct acceleration feel gives you the sheer pleasure of a sporty ride. As a result, this automatic-transmission scooter surprises and thrills with a faster, more pleasurable ride than a manual-transmission motorcycle.”
Easy to operate, comfortable, practical… traditional scooter attributes enhanced in the Burgman 650 by the pleasure of cruising, thanks primarily to the compact SECVT, a smart brain in a tough body.

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