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  1. LongDogRacing

    part Assorted OEM bodywork from '07 SV650

    '07 burgundy. pretty much all the stock bodywork and headlight unit from an S model. right side of the main upper has minor rash. Will get images up at some point. located in Springfield, OH. $110 takes the lot. Prefer not to ship.
  2. Up for sale is a 2007 Suzuki SV650 that was bought from Brian "Tuna" Mullins awhile ago that is well known with WERA and AFJ, ,so he can testify to the background to this bike. I purchased it originally to build for an endurance bike with some friends but never had time to do it or finish it. This is a BILL OF SALE ONLY - TRACK ONLY, this bike is NOT street legal as it does not have a title as it originally come from an police auctionMileage:975 total milesUpgrades:pit bull 520 chain and sprocket kit, pit bull spools, Galfer front SS brake lines, new EBC front and rear pads, GSXR steering stabilizer, new fork oil, pit bull speedo spacer replacement, new dunlop Q2's, SV Parts black rear sets (Not installed but come with it), new ecu and new gsxr fuel pumpnew battery (always keep on trickle charger)What needs to be done:Tank needs to be treated, and I have provided a new KBS Cycle tank sealer kitstock bodywork reinstalled or buy race bodyworkAll stock bodywork and lights come with it, and I also had a set of old gen 1 R6 bodywork you can have it you want to retrofit. Pictures are of when the bodywork was still on the bike, it has been off and stored properly so you can chose if you want street bodywork or race bodywork on it when you set it up.CASH ONLY, NO TRADES, Bike is located in Columbus, OHBike has just been sitting, I don't have time to finish building it or get to the track, so figured it is best to get it to someone that can put it to use.Thanks for the consideration, and hope it can go to good use for someone!
  3. Hey guys, new to this site. I'm selling my 2008 SV650n. I figured there was a better chance of it going to a good home on here, as opposed to Craigslist. Reason: Don't have the time to ride it and have a large vacation coming up that I'd like some extra cash for. Details: 6,316 miles (WILL NOT CHANGE) -Motosliders -Hamicad fender eliminator -Delkevic aluminum silencer -Handle bar mirrors -New battery -Michelin Pilot Power tires with ~800 miles on them Also have a set of Pit Pull stands I may throw in with the deal. Front stand has correct SV pin and rear stand has bobbins/swingarm attachments. Never been down, just a few paint blemishes. Clean title and in hand. Location: Cleveland, Ohio Price: $3,800 w/o stands, $3,900 with stands. More pictures or idle video are available upon request. Thanks for looking
  4. No-haggle CR price of $3100, won't go any less, too much invested in the front end swap & parts. Good shape overall, small dent on left side of tank, runs like a champ. Not in a hurry to sell, just interested in new toys. CL ad with pics below. Thanks! Andon http://columbus.craigslist.org/mcy/5956981528 .html
  5. Posting for a friend, info below: 2004 Suzuki SV650s~29800 miles-Clean Title in handWhy this is the perfect motorcycleV-Twin power. Unlike 4-cylinder sportbikes, this bike has a very wide power band which makes it easy to ride and provide plenty of torque and power at a wider range of RPMs. Also, the sound of a rumbling V-twin, especially with the M4 exhaust, is one of the most pleasing things about owning this bike. The riding position on this bike is much more forgiving than other sportbikes out there, especially with the Heli risers.Barely worn front and rear Dunlop tiresFew Modifications, most done by the previous owner.Incredible Sounding M4 ExhaustPower Commander III USB Aftermarket FI controllerFrame SlidersTank scratch protector and side gripsFlush mounted turn signalsRear Fender eliminatorBrand New foot shifterDC power outlet added in front fender for charging phones, GPS, etc.Heli bar risers for a more comfortable riding position. (old bars included)Only ~5k miles on new chain and sprocketsService ManualHave only dropped it twice. Both when not moving.-Minor scratches on right tail-Some scrapes on exhaust-Passenger seat has obvious wear.MaintenanceI've changed the oil every season and cleaned the chain.Air filter changed last yearAlso available:Small Soft Saddle tail bagsBattery TenderMotorcycle Cover2 full face scorpion Exo helmets (small) This is my first bike and I have been the owner for the last 8 years.It has sat in a garage for the last 5 years on a battery tender and elevated on stands.Call, Text or email is the best way to reach me.Must have a motorcycle endorsement and cash in hand to test ride. More info and photos: https://akroncanton.craigslist.org/mcy/5586308932.html
  6. RidersDiscount

    2017 Suzuki SV650 Parts

    With the new 2017 SV650 just becoming available I thought I would start a thread for it. Some of these items are not even available yet so I have provided estimates of arrival. I am working with all of our vendors to get these items posted as soon as they are available. Items will slowly trickle in the coming months so I appreciate your patience with this. I put MSRP on items for reference. Please contact me if interested in any of the items. For more information on anything you see here, call MIKE at 866.931.6644 x 804 or send a note to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with 2017 GSXR-1000 parts in the subject line and we'll get back to you right away. Driven Racing TT Rear Sets - In stock, very limited. MSRP: $429.99 Woodcraft Rear Sets - In stock MSRP: $399.99 Woodcraft Frame Sliders- In stock MSRP: $69.99 Bazzaz ZFi - In stock (Also available are QS-4, ZFI-TC and Z-AFM) MSRP: $350.00 Dynojet PCV -In stock MSRP: $399.99 Stock photo Puig Naked Windscreen- In stock MSRP: $139.95 Available in clear, light smoke or dark smoke (shown) Akrapovic Slip-On Exhaust CF - In stock MSRP: $648.00 Yoshimura Street Series Alpha Slip-On Stainless/CF/CF - In stock MSRP: $579.00 Yoshimura Fender Eliminator Kit - In stock MSRP: $129.99 Leo Vince Factory S Slip-On Stainless- In stock MSRP: $523.95 Leo Vince Factory S Slip-On Carbon Fiber- In stock MSRP: $650.95 Leo Vince LV ONE Slip-On Exhaust Stainless/CF - In stock MSRP: $448.95 Leo Vince LV ONE Slip-On Exhaust CF/CF - In stock MSRP: $558.95 Leo Vince NERO Slip-On Exhaust Black/SS/CF - In stock MSRP: $504.95 Leo Vince GP Dual Slip On- No current ETA MSRP: $499.95 Two Brothers Racing Slip On - In stock in CF and Aluminum. Black ETA 08/21/2017 MSRP: Aluminum $474.98, CF $599.98 and Black $619.98. Spiegler Performance Brake Line Kits - Made to order MSRP: Front starting at $114.95 and rear $59.95. Many options and colors to choose from! Carbon Lorraine Brake Pads- In stock MSRP: C60 set for front $139.90 (Track Only) XBK5 $89.90 set for front (Aggressive Street) Stock photo Stompgrip Tank Pads In stock in clear and black MSRP: $54.95 Competition Werkes Fender Eliminator Kit MSRP: $139.95 Competition Werkes GP Slip-On Exhaust MSRP: Starting at $429.95 Driven Halo Gas Cap - In stock MSRP: $159.99 (base and cap) Cap Available in black, blue, gold, red, silver or ti. Speigler Performance Brake Lines MSRP: $114.95 front, $59.95 rear Shogun Frame Sliders Black MSRP: $79.99 DMP Fender Eliminator - No lights included MSRP: $49.99 Driven Racing Fender Eliminator - ETA TBD MSRP: $124.95
  7. kramerica41

    2008 SV650S

    Selling my 2008 Suzuki SV650S $4000 OBO Was my first bike and loved dearly, but it's time to move on. 17,xxx on the ODO. Oil changed every year, garage kept, lots of cosmetic mods: Rizoma turn signals front and rear Spiegler stainless steel brake lines front M4 slip on Speedo Tuner Fender Eliminator SV Racing Parts Rearsets with multi-position plates Rizoma Front Brake Fluid Reservoir Billet Rear Brake Fluid Reservoir (direct bolt-on no hose to MC) Pictures found here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/473154609431487/permalink/883779261702351/ The file size for the pictures is over 500 kb so I can't upload them here
  8. AndonD454

    Back on OR, New Toy

    Hey OR, Kind of fell off of the forum for a while after I sold the R6, so I figured I would jump back in with a new thread. After juggling a few toys around, I finally realized that I was happiest when I had my bike, so I bought another one in October. This is my first Suzuki (and honestly, still kind of miss my Yamahas, but maybe I'll outgrow that), but people seem to like these things, so I figured I would give it a shot. Bike is an 06 SV650S, got a decent deal on it, and it runs well, but has a lot of little issues to work out. The whole front end was a mess, so I bought a GSXR front end, and a ZX14 shock to even out the rear. Along with those came new brake pads, new front tire, grips, etc. Hoblick is putting the Frankenstein assortment of parts together over the next few weeks. My goal is to eventually make this a track machine, but I am keeping it street legal for now, while I get my track legs, and because this is my only bike. If anyone has experience with these and wants to offer some tips, I'm all ears. Might be out of parts money for a while, but I can get a list together for next winter. Looking forward to joining you guys (and gals) on a few rides again soon A couple before pics - I'll post updates as they are complete:
  9. silentcropduster

    2005 Sv 650s With Horrible Mpg

    I've been doing a lot of riding lately, I'm getting about 175 miles (give or take) on 3.7xx gal of gas = 47.29 MPG. Is it just me or is that horrible? Sprockets are stock spec (15T x 44T I believe), air filter is K&N and was recently cleaned, haven't checked plugs, but it purs, so I doubt it's that, bike has 21,xxx miles. Driving habits: I let the engine temp hit 100 oF before I even move it, and I'm very easy on it till it hits about 130+ I do some "spirited" riding but usually I shift @ about 5- 5 1/2 RPM. Also when my speedo claims I'm going 80 MPH, if i look over to a car next to me (happened on more than 1 occassion) their speedo says 70 MPH, being that said that actually makes my MPG even worse. Shouldn't my MPG be better?
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