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post #121 of 287 (permalink) Old 02-15-2006, 09:51 PM
 
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Mine!! Right now the only changes I have done is a fender eliminator kit. Not sure what else I want to do yet.
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post #122 of 287 (permalink) Old 02-17-2006, 05:22 AM
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Not sure? LOL your gona have to get new exhaust ofcourse! Unleash the sound of that beauty... Its a TWIN!! Nice bike by the way..I'd get some frame sliders also... You hit up svrider.com yet? Its mainly a 650 sv site.

oh and a fender extender if you ever ride in the rain

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Here's my '02. Planning on fender eliminator, rear seat cowl and sliders soon.
Oh yah, a new wind screen too....previous owner spray painted it gray....
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^Deff fender elim.. Nice looking bike... lol at the spray paint I thought it was some sort of cloth you had sitting under neath it for unknown reasons...
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Not sure? LOL your gona have to get new exhaust ofcourse! Unleash the sound of that beauty... Its a TWIN!! Nice bike by the way..I'd get some frame sliders also... You hit up svrider.com yet? Its mainly a 650 sv site.

oh and a fender extender if you ever ride in the rain
The sliders were the first thing on. I have a nice new gel seat and a rear seat cowl. Exhaust is going to be a little bit, but is recommended?
Excuse the dirt has not been washed.
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I guess it's recommended if you want it. I just got it because I was dragging the stock one. Would have kept it otherwise. If you're into "knee-dragging" I'd spend the money on tires, suspension.
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Here's my '05 SV1K, Holeshot High Mount exhaust, tank bra, home made fender eliminator, sliders, and ZG Double Bubble windshield. Planning on respringing and revalving the forks and possibly getting the lowers and a seat cowl.
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Exhaust for the sound... They do sound pretty damn good compared to stock can.
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The sliders were the first thing on. has not been washed.
Where did you pick up your sliders? Any recommendations? I need to get them on my bike ASAP.

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Sounds of the Holeshot highmount exhaust:

Holeshot

click on SV1000 on the left then on video clips. even has a dyno chart. Sounds good!

BTW I bought a new 05 SV 1K S in black that will be picked up tomorrow. (and it's supposed to rain the rest of the week!! aaaarrrgh!)

I know I know pics to come shortly. enjoy

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http://inturace.com/shopsite_sc/store/html/page34.html

I know this page says it's for the first gen sv, but it has a picture. I believe that Intuitive makes the same for the second gen sv650 since I got them for my sv1000. The type that replaces the long engine mounting bolt hold up the best. I "tested" mine on my '00 sv and they did their job.
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Where did you pick up your sliders? Any recommendations? I need to get them on my bike ASAP.

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I think I ordered it from this site.

http://www.vortexracing.com/index.ph...ucts&x=11&y=13
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Lower fairing, fender eliminator, carbon ART tank pad, frame sliders ON ORDER. carbon Yosh full system to come within one year. I think it looks beautiful out of the crate though. (except for the fender and the reflectors)
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Lower fairing, fender eliminator, carbon ART tank pad, frame sliders ON ORDER. carbon Yosh full system to come within one year. I think it looks beautiful out of the crate though. (except for the fender and the reflectors)
Great looking bike bro!

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Thanks for the compliment. How you like your 650?
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