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post #16 of 287 (permalink) Old 07-01-2004, 11:27 PM
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I like the faired version ! Wow, that is sharp.

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I'll second that....clean and simple
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Is that a frame slider I see on a lower fairing for an SV1000s? If so where did you get it from? I have been looking all over for those. People keep telling em the only way to do it is to drill. That just looks like it mounts right up to the fairing bracket is located. As soon as I resize my pics I'll post them up.
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Both my lower fairings and frame sliders are made by Suzuki, so they are designed to fit without drilling. My bike is actually the 650 but you can get them for the 1000 also. I bought mine online from Oneida Suzuki.
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Both my lower fairings and frame sliders are made by Suzuki, so they are designed to fit without drilling. My bike is actually the 650 but you can get them for the 1000 also. I bought mine online from Oneida Suzuki.
https://www.oneidasuzuki.com/store/x...roductid=18362
Thanks a bunch! How far do they stick out from the fairings? Do you think they will provide any kind of protection? I may order them along with some other things.

Anyone know if anyone is making a clear tail light lens kit for the twin strips on these things yet? I figure that will go good with the hotbodies racing undertail kit I am about to order.
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Here's Pics of my first bike 2003 SV1000s. Got it may first and I already have 4k on the clock. I'm loving it!
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Thanks a bunch! How far do they stick out from the fairings? Do you think they will provide any kind of protection?
They stick out about 2 inches from the fairing. The only drawback is that they aren't quite as strong as some of the other sliders because they don't bolt directly into the frame. The hole in the fairing doesn't line up directly with where you would normally bolt a slider to, so it uses an S-curve bracket that you bolt to the frame and you mount the slider on the other end of the bracket so that it sticks out of that hole in your fairing. I'd say they'd work alright for low to medium speed crashes.
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They stick out about 2 inches from the fairing. The only drawback is that they aren't quite as strong as some of the other sliders because they don't bolt directly into the frame. The hole in the fairing doesn't line up directly with where you would normally bolt a slider to, so it uses an S-curve bracket that you bolt to the frame and you mount the slider on the other end of the bracket so that it sticks out of that hole in your fairing. I'd say they'd work alright for low to medium speed crashes.

That's what I figured. I couldnt figure out how they would ever be able to match one up to a frame through the fairing without drilling. I think I want them more for protection against a tip over.... I would like to find a crash cage (bars that stickout around the lower portion of the fairing and bike) but I havn't been able to find one of those either. 905racing.com has stated that they were working on trying to get an SV into the shop to try and fabricate one, but to date they havn't been able to do that. They took my info and said they would call me if they came out with anything else for the SV.
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Just bought a brand new SV1000S today what do you guys think?


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Just bought a brand new SV1000S today what do you guys think?
Excellent! Now get rid of that stock exhaust so you can hear that V-twin rumble.
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Excellent! Now get rid of that stock exhaust so you can hear that V-twin rumble.
I agree with that!!! The only visual thing that I think is a must on the SV is getting rid of that god awful rear fender
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I agree with that!!! The only visual thing that I think is a must on the SV is getting rid of that god awful rear fender
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hello all new to the site here is my ride dont have to many pics but im working on it
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The Stable at my house
You can see my 00 SV with the dual renegade exhaust, my g/f's new (to her) 01 SVS, her old (for sale) 03 EX250, and my brother's 93 GS500. Once her Ninja is gone, we'll have three blue suzuki naked twins at our house.
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