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Suzuki AN 250 Burgman

Comparo – Suzuki Burgman 650 vs DL 650 vs Suzuki SV 650

Three Suzukis and a

I wake up at 7 a.m. I’m in a motel with a freshly showered Mr. doing the wakey-wakey chant. comes the realization that I’m to embark on a 12-hour endurance around the back-end of northern in search of obscure clues in places for some kind of pleasure.

Welcome to the Blackfly – 12 or 24 hours of non-stop riding to man and machine with no plausible other than to ride … a

At least I was here with the CMG for another purpose – to see how three different machines could with 12 hours of continuous Oh, and maybe not come in last

The machines in question were all the Suzuki stable, all twins and all of 650 cc But that’s where the similarity as we had one sporty(ish) bike (SV650), one (DL 650 V-Strom) and one maxi-scooter (650

Three bikes to test, a of 800 km to cover and all within 12 hours … would be somewhat of a challenge.

If you read last week’s article then you’ll all about how the Rally part of the worked out. This it’s time to look at how the bit worked out, with 2 of three Suzukis and a Blackfly …

650, 650

SV and DL are both powered by the same v-twins.

Bar a few cc’s all three motors of our Suzuki are pretty much the same the difference being in their of tune and configuration.

Suzuki AN 250 Burgman

The SV and DL use essentially the same 90 degree unit, with the SV having an 7 hp up top (thanks to different cams), with a lighter crank quicker revving, but less and taller overall gearing speed, but less pull).

In the Burgman has a parallel twin tuned for … er, scootering? I don’t there’s not much to compare it to but since it never really to rev much above 7,500 I’d assume that it’s not an tuned unit.

Out on the roads of the Blackfly Rally it was as you’d expect – the SV being for its quick revving and higher of power, the DL being not far behind, but happy to plod along, and the whirring along all day at a steady rpm to the CVT transmission).

Workhorse (left) and (right)

Character-wise, the SV is like an stallion, chomping at the bit, a real galloping feel to the way it down its power under The DL takes more of a workhorse but still with a good of speed hidden behind its and friendly nature. They’re v-twin by nature, even to the slight primary vibration, only serves to emphasize v-twin character and make the feel intimately connected to the below.

Although all very clever, ultimately means that the is a bit disconnected from the motor’s character. Combine the CVT effect a fitted balance shaft, and the thing feels a bit like a motor, it’s that Not a bad thing by any means, but a very experience from the other two

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