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I owned a 2006 Burgman 650 for many years, and replaced the stopper bolt a couple of times with the upgraded bolt # 21748-10G10, wich is still listed on the 2003-2010 part lists.

I now ride a 2012 Burgman Executive and note that, for the 2011 and 2012 (Canada) the bolt part number listed is now # 21748-10G20.

Somebody know if it's just another upgrade of the same bolt or if it's a different one ? And does-it still needs to be replaced periodically ?

Thank you and have nice rides !
 

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In 2010 or 2011, Suzuki do some changes to CVT for address potential problem with CVT, they machine bolt seat more by 1.5 - 2mm and bolt therefore longer for this.

Yes new bolt # 21748-10G20 because bit longer and 2011 + model need this new bolt, believe it apply to 2010 also but not sure 100%.

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the primary pulley was upgraded on the later model years, it uses a different bolt which is a different color and a bit longer.

make sure you get the right one for your model year. The new longer bolt is not compatible with the older primary pulleys.




 

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Other than the fact that it's a great machine, the next-best reason to own a 650 is LeDude and his outstanding web site and excellent forum posts. We can't thank you enough!
 

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Maybe I missed it, but what year was the new bolt incorporated into the 650. I have a 2012 that I just purchased new. Should I look into replacing the bolt?
 

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DaPope, I wouldn't worry about it on a '12 until closer to 20k miles. I checked mine at 17+ and decided to wait a while longer before replacing. It didn't look near as bad as my '04 with half the miles.
 

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Maybe I missed it, but what year was the new bolt incorporated into the 650. I have a 2012 that I just purchased new. Should I look into replacing the bolt?
In Europe bolt change in 2010, very few 2010 in North America during recession, for sure in 2011+ it have new longer stopper bolt.

Part of preventative maintenance now, remove stopper bolt and inspect, if it have damage replace, if very little damage replace and torque to 26 lb/ft.

Me do this every 2000 mile or so and every oil change, it take 5 minute and not need remove Tupperware to do this.
 

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Other than the fact that it's a great machine, the next-best reason to own a 650 is LeDude and his outstanding web site and excellent forum posts. We can't thank you enough!
+1 though I do wish that the GFW China didn't block the You.tube videos, not that that has anything to do with the excellent, EXCELLENT resource that LeDude (and others) put together for all of us...

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Other than the fact that it's a great machine, the next-best reason to own a 650 is LeDude and his outstanding web site and excellent forum posts. We can't thank you enough!
+1 to that!! I have only had my bike a couple months and have already used many of LeDude's links. Thanks so much for taking the time to put this wealth of information together for all of us, making it possible to maintain and repair these great bikes!!
 

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Agree with everyone that Monsieur LeDude has help every BUSA 650 owner with incredible quantity and quality of DIY tutorial and video.

Hope he always own Burgman bike and remain a esteemed BUSA member.

Perhap should have a BUSA hall of fame.
 
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So if I go to the Suzuki dealer and order a Stopper Bolt for my 2007, Part # 21748-10G10 is the correct bolt?

John
 

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So if I go to the Suzuki dealer and order a Stopper Bolt for my 2007, Part # 21748-10G10 is the correct bolt?
As long as the CVT wasn't rebuilt with the updated primary pulley assembly but you can tell by its color gold/silver or black.
 

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So if I go to the Suzuki dealer and order a Stopper Bolt for my 2007, Part # 21748-10G10 is the correct bolt?

John
Trainman, just chaged mine today ( 07 ) with the part number 21748-10G10 and everything is perfect. I had done 28k with no heavy riding but there was still wear on the bolt so for peace of mind and only a few dollars get it changed.
 

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So if I go to the Suzuki dealer and order a Stopper Bolt for my 2007, Part # 21748-10G10 is the correct bolt?

John

If all parts in CVT original stock to bike, yes # 21748-10G10 is correct.

In France, dealer change CVT stopper bolt every oil change as preventative maintenance.
 

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ok, I am not sure if my bike is a 2009 or a 2010, in cars the manufacture date of Oct 2009 would be considered a 2010 model year.

My bike is a Dec 2009 manufacture date, Canadian AN650A

I will look at bolt color to be sure but what should I call the year of my Burger?
 

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ok, I am not sure if my bike is a 2009 or a 2010, in cars the manufacture date of Oct 2009 would be considered a 2010 model year.

My bike is a Dec 2009 manufacture date, Canadian AN650A
And what year emissions/saftey regs does it meet on the labels, that will tell you.

2009 Canadian VIN JS1CP51B 92100001 –
2010 Canadian VIN JS1CP51B A2100001 –
 

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Just replaced mine this morning at near 17,000 km or 10,500 miles
$10.05 aud to buy the new one with the 6 stamped in the head and 5 minutes to fit.
Hardest part was converting 26ft/lb to 35NM
The only visible marks are as shown.

 

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I wouldn't have replaced that bolt. The nicks on it are not significant.
 
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