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2006 Suzuki Bandit 650S ABS
2006 Suzuki Bandit 650S ABS


– 2006 Suzuki Bandit 650S ABS


– Bandit combines the best-loved characteristics of the popular Bandit 600 with an additional 56cc of torque-building engine displacement. Developed for even greater versatility, the 656cc motor is tuned to deliver broad, responsive power across a wider rpm range. S

– Engine internals provide reduced friction, smoother performance and increased power. S

– Four-into-one exhaust system optimizes burn efficiency and reduces harmful emissions.

– Camshaft timing and stainless steel 4-into-1 exhaust system with aluminum muffler enhances low and midrange power. S

– Smooth-shifting 5-speed transmission. S

– Low-maintenance hydraulic clutch with high-rate springs and large-diameter slave cylinder for improved clutch feel. S

– Maintenance-free battery and digital/transistorized ignition. S

– Keihin CVR32 carburetors with throttle position sensor for precise ignition timing control, and strong low-rpm power feel and response. S

– Silent-type cam chain and honeycomb construction oil pan to reduce noise. S

– High capacity charging system with lightweight maintenance-free battery. S

S = Standard O = Optional N/A = Not available



– Reshaped fuel tank and adjustable seat height for improved comfort and added control for shorter riders. S

– Comfortable upright riding position with adjustable tube-type handlebar. S

– ‘S’ version is the first Suzuki to use a line-beam headlight, with a small position lamp in each corner. S

– Unique windscreen vent system reduces turbulence around the rider. S

– LCD digital display combines speedometer, odometer, tripmeter, fuel gauge and clock, and is easy to read on the move. S

– Rigid chassis and upgraded suspension work in harmony for precise, predictable handling.

– Large 41mm diameter front fork tubes. S

– Link-type rear suspension with nitrogen-charged rear shock absorber, adjustable rebound damping and preload. S

– Dual disc front brakes with large 290mm floating-type brake rotors.S

– Single disc rear brake. S

– Wide cast aluminum wheels and radial tires for precise handling and comfortable ride. S

– Adjustable front brake lever position. S

– Easy-to-operate centerstand with leverage ratio designed to reduce effort. S

– One-piece passenger grab bar is large and easy to reach. S

– Large storage area beneath the seat – large enough for a U-lock. S

– Bolt-on passenger footpegs – can be easily replaced if damaged. S

– Adjustable seat height allows riders of different sizes to tailor the riding position to their personal preference. S

– Optional Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), by monitors the wheel speed and matches braking power accordingly. S

S = Standard O = Optional N/A = Not available


Engine Type Four-strke, 4 cylinder, DOHC 16 valve, air/oil cooled with TSCC
Displacement 656 cc
Bore/Stroke 65.5 x 48.7 mm
Compression Ratio 10:05:01
Fuel System Keihin CVR32
Lubrication Wet sump
Ignition Digital/Transistorized
Starter Electric
Transmission 6-speed, constant mesh
Final Drive #525 Chain
Overall LxWxH (mm) 2.110, 770, 1.235
LxWxH (in) 83.1, 30.3, 48.6
Seat Height Adjustable, 770/790mm (30.3/31.1 in.)
Wheelbase 135 mm (5.3 in.)
Ground Clearance 1440 mm (56.7 in)
Dry Weight 210KG (463 lbs)
Front Suspension 41 mm telescopic fork, full adjustable spring preload
Rear Suspension Swingarm progressive linkage. 4-way rebound damping. 7-way spring preload
Front Brakes Dual hydraulic disc
Rear Brake Single hydraulic dis
Front Tire 120/70-ZR-17
Rear Tire 160/60-ZR-17
Fuel Tank Capacity 20 liter (4.4 imp gal.)
Colour Red

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