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Hi everyones. Let me introdeuce my Boulevard C50 2005.
I am sorry for my English in advance because I am from Russia)
I made some mods with him.
1. Hydraulic clutch actuator
2. Double front brake rotor
3. Rear brake rotor
4. DJ mod ofcourse (thanks this community)

Really sorry for dirty bike but I am just checking how it works now. Without cleaning operations.
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Welcome from Kennesaw GA!

Nice looking scoot. 馃浀
 

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WELCOME!!!!

2. Double front brake rotor
3. Rear brake rotor
Are two mods I have never seen on this site before!!!! NICE WORK!
 

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Welcome to the Forum!! Nice bike.

I agree, I have never seen the double front rotor...interesting!

Ride Safe and Often!
 

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welcome...nice looking bike
 

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WELCOME!!!!

2. Double front brake rotor
3. Rear brake rotor
Are two mods I have never seen on this site before!!!! NICE WORK!
HI guys!
I`ve used XVS1300 Yamaha fork (wheel XVS1100, brake`s calipers XVS100 and rotors FJR1300) and Boulevard`s S83 rear wheel + final drive.

Next step is installation of antilock brake system )
 

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Welcome :)
 

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Greetings from Indiana. Nice mods.
 

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Very curious on details of how you fitted the Yamaha fork and calipers onto the triple tree. The front wheel is not stock as there is no way to put a second rotor on the hub. The rear disc also intrigues me, as you had to fabricate a mount for the rear caliper on the swingarm. Also, how are you planning to mount sensors, actuators for ABS control? What you've accomplished has never been done before.
 

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Very curious on details of how you fitted the Yamaha fork and calipers onto the triple tree. The front wheel is not stock as there is no way to put a second rotor on the hub. The rear disc also intrigues me, as you had to fabricate a mount for the rear caliper on the swingarm. Also, how are you planning to mount sensors, actuators for ABS control? What you've accomplished has never been done before.
Hi.
I glad to know that somebody interested in my work.
The most difficult thing for me is to find all components in good condition. It is the realy trouble in Russia. But not for US. You have Ebay).
I will share all photos and drawings here in couple days.
 

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Wow, you've done some amazing work! Your modifications fix pretty much any shortcomings there are with the C/M50's.
 

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Wow, you've done some amazing work! Your modifications fix pretty much any shortcomings there are with the C/M50's.
Thanks a lot. I am realy want to make a perfect bike C50 in my opinion.
I will get new AVON tires in week and take the photos of my remakes. Sory for delays.
 

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Hello everyone.
So about front double rotor brake.
I used shok adsobers without triple from Yamaha XVS 1300 Classic. They have the same diametr of cylinder is 41 mm.
Brake calipers XVS 1100. And rotors from XJR1300.
And I made new bushings.
NOTE. Yamaha XVS doesn`t have speed sensor on the front wheel.
It wasn`t problem for me, bacause I mounted GPS speedometer on the handlebar and removed all gauges from fuel tank.
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REAR disk brake
I used rear wheel and brake caliper from VS1400 (boulevard S83) with bracket.
Main brake`s machine from er6 Kawasaki.
I made bracke to fit it on vance hines`s exhauste bracket.
It works too really cool.
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I visited a little event dedicated new season in my town. Wish you safe ride in your life. Good luck friends!
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