The C90's seat has also been redesigned, with a leaner, more sculpted passenger section. On the T version, it is studded and it also includes a backrest with a pivoting backrest pad. The front brakes now sport dual discs (though to be fair, Suzuki made this upgrade when the bike was still the 1500 LC). The handlebar is a bit wider, and there's a new multireflector headlight for better illumination. From that point on, however, the rest of the changes are pretty much cosmetic: Boulevard rebadging, restyled instrument faces, a new color (black only for 2005), a more aerodynamic windshield, and slash-cut exhausts (the wide, ultra-low seat may have been slightly tweaked, but it still hides a fuel tank beneath it). Of course, the T version gets those studded leather saddlebags too, and its tires are whitewalls.