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2003 Suzuki DR650SE
2003 Suzuki DR650SE

2003 Suzuki DR650SE
2003 Suzuki DR650SE


– 2003 Suzuki DR650SE

Dualsport DR650SE – 2003 DR650SEK3


– Compact & lightweight SOHC 4-stroke engine tuned for strong low and midrange power.

– Engine weight has been reduced through use of a compact crankcase, cylinder, cylinder head, engine covers, and a single counterbalancer system.

– SCEM (Suzuki Composite Electrochemical Material) plated cylinder is durable, minimizes cylinder size & weight and improves heat dissipation.

– Efficient SACS air/oil cooling system with additional piston-jet cooling and engine oil cooler.

– Mikuni 40mm “Slingshot” carburetor enhances throttle response and overall engine performance.

– Painted stainless-steel exhaust system is light and corrosion-resistant, and tuned specifically for strong low and midrange power.

– Wide-ratio 5-speed transmission with O-ring sealed final drive chain.

– Electric start with automatic decompression system.

– Low maintenance, digitally controlled DC-CDI ignition system provides accurate ignition timing and more consistent spark at all engine speeds.

– Lightweight and compact maintenance-free battery.

– Compact & lightweight frame. Use of thin-wall/large O.D. tubing reduces weight while increasing frame rigidity.

– Short wheelbase and low seat height provide nimble Dual Sport® performance.

– New generation conventional forks combine the best features of conventional and inverted designs: Smooth and progressive action. Large diameter, thin-walled tubes reduce unsprung

– weight while maintaining high rigidity. Minimal below-axle extension.

– Link-type rear suspension with piggyback-style shock absorber and adjustable compression damping provides stable damping performance.

– Lightweight aluminum swingarm.

– Large diameter hollow-type wheel axles are lightweight and rigid. Rear axle features welded-on snail cam chain adjuster for simple axle/wheel installation.

– Adjustable Seat Height – seat height can be lowered 40mm (1.6 in) with suspension modifications performed by a dealer.

– Lightweight 290mm diameter front disc brake with 2-piston caliper.

– Rear disc brake with lightweight drilled rotor and two piston caliper.

– Special design tires with on/off road tread pattern fitted to 21″ front and 17″ rear wheel.

– Full on-road lighting system with bright 55/60 watt halogen headlight.

– Frame-mounted luggage rack for additional carrying capacity.

– Handlebar-mounted brushguards.


Gel seat
Skid plate
Rear rack
Side stand (for lowered seat height option)


MSRP: $4,999.00
Engine: 644cc, four-stroke, single cylinder, SOHC, 4-valve, air/oil cooled. 43 hp (32 kW)/ 6.400 rpm, 54 Nm/ 4.600 rpm.
Warranty: 12 month unlimited mileage limited warranty.
Bore & Stroke: 100.0 x 82.0mm
Compression ratio: 9.5:1
Fuel System: Mikuni BST40
Lubrication: Wet sump
Ignition: Digital/CDI
Starter: Electric
Transmission: 5-speed
Final Drive: #525 chain
Overall Length: 2255mm (88.8 in.), low seat setting 2235mm (88.0 in.)
Overall Width: 865mm (34.1 in.)
Overall Height: 1195mm (47.0 in.), low seat setting 1155mm (45.5 in.)
Seat Height: 885mm (34.8 in.), low seat setting 845mm (33.0 in.)
Ground Clearance: 265mm (10.4 in.), low seat setting 225mm (8.9 in.)
Wheelbase: 1490mm (58.7 in.), low seat setting 1475mm (58.1 in.)
Dry Weight: 147kg (324 lbs.)

FRONT: Telescopic, leading axle, oil damped, 10.2 inches of travel, (low seat setting 8.7 in. of travel)
REAR: Link-type, fully adjustable spring preload, gas/oil damped, adjustable compression damping, 10.2 inches of travel, (low seat setting 8.7 in. of travel)
FRONT: Single hydraulic disc
REAR: Single hydraulic disc
FRONT: 90/90-21 54S
REAR: 120/90-17 64S
Fuel Tank Capacity: 13 liter (3.4 gal.) 12 liter (3.2 gal.) CA model
Color: Yellow, Blue

Specifications are subject to change without notice, in accordance with national regulation and legislations.

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