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  YEAR: 2003
  MAKE: Suzuki - Motorcycle  
  MODEL: Motorcycle  
  STYLE: VL800 with Voyager Trike Kit  
  PRICE: $6,900  
  PHONE: (815) 625-2500  
  EMAIL: john@hotrodschoppers.com  
  ZIP CODE: 61081  
  STOCK NUMBER: 10543  
  DESCRIPTION:  
  The Suzuki VL800 Volusia was named after Volusia County, FL as it was debuted at Daytonaís Bike Week in 2001. Designed to look like a full sized cruiser it is equipped with a liquid cooled 805cc V-Twin, deep fenders, a 4.5 gallon tank and the longest wheelbase in its class. This particular example is a 40th Anniversary Edition and as such is equipped with a Pearl White paint job with gold pin striping, a white speedometer face with orange back lighting as well as a rider and separate passenger seat both of which are adorned with chrome studs. It is optioned with a back rest with a matching pad, leather saddle bags with chrome studs, a windshield, driving lights, floor boards, highway pegs and a performance exhaust system. Not only that but it also comes with the removable Voyager Trike Kit which mounts onto your bike with a belly bracket that fits onto the middle of your frame and two rear wheel axle brackets. You get a better ride with the Voyager Trike Kit because of its stable independent suspension which makes your ride smoother and softer than a trike with a solid axle. This kit has the painted fenders and metal rear guard, chrome rims and a trailer ball hitch with wiring. This trike has been recently serviced and everything is working as it should be. It is in great condition with just 21,227 miles. The previous customer spent over $5,000 with install for the trike kit which makes this trike a heck of a buy. If you like what you see let us know before itís too late! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.com  
   
     
     

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