Meant primarily to plug the gaping hole in the Boulevard line between 800cc and 1800cc, the updated C90T is also designed to fit the wide range of rider sizes in the segment. Excessive emissions from the previous air-cooled C90 mill contributed to its demise back in 2009. So, for 2013, the "new" C90T B.O.S.S. gets a powerplant based on the liquid-cooled M90's. It also shares the M90 frame, swingarm, and components like the intake, exhaust, and cooling system. Not familiar with the M90 engine? It's your basic water-cooled, 52-degree V-twin displacing 1462cc from a 96mm bore and a 101mm stroke. Four-valve cylinder heads with dual spark plugs work with a modest 9.5:1 compression ratio to produce a claimed 77.8 horsepower at 4800 rpm and an impressive 96.6 lb.-ft. of torque at just 2600 rpm. Suzuki says it's the most powerful engine in the class. A five-speed transmission, special low-effort "clutch assist" system, and shaft final drive complete the drivetrain. Less radical are the styling tweaks. The C90T keeps its classic-cruiser profile, which has been smoothed out and cleaned up-Suzuki calls it "refreshed"-though you'll still find a traditional steel-tube chassis supporting a 4.8-gallon tank, with Softail-style hidden rear suspension and dual mufflers below. New saddlebags make the C90T the first Boulevard with factory-designed, integrated hard cases. Leather-like material similar to the seat's covers ABS plastic pods that are lockable with the ignition key. Listed capacity is 26 liters for the right bag and 24.5 liters for the left; the leading edges are curved to improve passenger leg room.