Jardine Forward Controls - Intruder 750/800, Boulevard S50 (88 to 08)

Jardine Forward Controls - Intruder 750/800, Boulevard S50 (88 to 08)

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Part Number: 39-4001-01
MSRP: $850.00
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Jardine Performance Products is not limited to making just powerful exhaust systems. Classic styling, function, and comfort are engineered into each of these custom componets. Manufactured entirely in the Jardine Corona, California facility.


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Average Member Review: 4.52 (based on 21 reviews)
Would buy again: 95%

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(5 stars) reviewed on 06/16/08 by
Steve Thibodeaux (Thib319) from Austin, TX, United States, for a 1997 800 Intruder wrote:

Best investment ever! Changes the entire feel of riding. Not the easiest thing to install. Took me and a friend a few hours, but not impossible for a novice. I had to take off the right side exhaust because it was too tight to fit my hands in there. The kickstand was a little stiff and it wouldn't engage the kill switch, so make sure you check that before riding. It kept dying and I couldn't figure out why. Felt like an idiot after I got it out of the shop. A $75 lesson learned. Overall, worth every penny and the install was not really that bad.
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(4 stars) reviewed on 04/28/08 by
Phil Divinagracia (flipmo27) from Edmonton, AB, Canada, for a 2010, MATALIC GREY S50 Boulevard wrote:

I dont know how I rode with out them, very comfortable. Install, the instructions where vague. I went off my manual and the reviews here online helped alot.
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3 out of 3 members found this review helpful.

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(5 stars) reviewed on 03/14/08 by
Tory brist (MTb8t) from Worden, MT, United States, for a 1997 Suzuki 800 Intruder wrote:

Well, It warmed up long enough for me to put on my forward controls.They look great!, And better for the price.It took me the 3 longest hours of my life to put them on What a pain, but worth it.As far as the directions go they are o.k. I kind of forgot I had them after awhile.As far as the head pipes, I took the brake side off only. There is a few cotter pins you have to work out.And the shift side,the kickstand safty switch was a pain in the ass.Offset screw driver would have been nice. And adjusting the shift lever took a couple of trys.as far as the 8 bolts that hold them on,that was the easy part.becuse 2 out of 4 wrist pins fell out somewhere down a country road.The 2 front easy ones stayed put.well I got to split, MR. BROWN is here.Hell ya!!! the box has corbin all big on it.(ooooh!!!yaaaah!!! they feel good together.well worth my 3 hours of life,the next few will be better.)
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(4 stars) reviewed on 06/30/07 by
john (millerjohne) from Travis AFB , CA, United States, for a 2006 Candy Apple Red...Frickin Sweet S50 Boulevard wrote:

Install was a breeze, just over 3 hours. You need to be mechanically inclined because the instructions suck...seems like I have seen that somewhere else. Would be great if there where pics and a little more step by step. You will need a few othere tools than what are listed in the instructions but you should have them around. All that said, initiall quality is great (only time will tell how they hold up), looks awsome, and I don't know how I rode with out them...COMFORTABLE! **NOTICE- something I realized the day after install (sorry I am slow) in order to accomplish the valve adjustment that must be completed at each service interval the controls must be droped. Long story short the shift linkage is blocking the cap that must be removed to access the nut (which would also be blocked by the linkage) used to turn the engine. This means more work for you if you do the service yourself or more money at the shop...each service.
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(5 stars) reviewed on 03/12/07 by
Scooter Trash Mama (twistedmensa) from Phoenix, AZ, United States, for a 2004 Black w/ blue flake 800 Intruder wrote:

Wow, love my new forwards. Excellent quality and no dimpling (yea)! Fairly straightforward install. I'm no motorhead and I managed to put them on over a weekend (actual install time 4-5 hours). Note: the 4 outer bolts on the stock peg bracket (that attach the bracket to the frame) have pins that must be removed. I didn't need to remove the header pipes, but it might make the installation easier. The shifting is exaggerated and will take some getting used to, but I am very happy overall with them.
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