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Old 08-05-2020, 02:08 PM   #1
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Join Date: Nov 2015
Location: Mountain View
Motorcycles: 2006 Triumph Sprint ST 2007 Suzuki SV650
Name: Alex
2007 Suzuki SV650 with GSXR front end

Selling my heavily modified 2007 Suzuki SV650.
Mileage: The bike has 41K miles on it.
Title: clean
Accident history: no accidents
Location: Located in Hayward/Castro Valley area.
Price: 3500$. 1% of sale will go to BARF.

The bike:
I am the second owner and bought the bike from J&M Motorsports in Mountain View. The bike is registered until July of 2021, is street legal, and runs great. The bike looks awesome in person: everything is color matched and it just looks like a badass naked bike, because it is. I am selling the bike because I just don’t ride it that often anymore, and I can use the money for a different project.
Aside from the engine, frame, and the instrument panel, almost everything has been upgraded, and I’ll do my best to list the main mods.
1. GSXR front-end conversion, the most coveted and somewhat time-consuming SV650 mod. The forks came from 2004-2005 GSXR 600 or 750. This includes the front GSXR brakes, ignition, and handlebars. The swap was done at Evolution Motorcycles in Santa Clara.
2. The rear shock is from 2006-2007 ZX10R. Adjustable.
3. GSXR front tire with upgraded rotors.
4. M4 exhaust
5. Rearsets (not sure what brand, they were already installed when I got the bike)
6. Recently replaced front and rear sprockets
7. Almost new Metzeler Sportec M7 RR front and rear tires
8. I also have the passenger seat plastic cover, a kit for mounting a case in the rear, and the matching Givi case that can hold one full-face helmet or two grocery bags.
9. Front LED lamp (does make a big difference)
10. A bunch of miscellaneous upgrades that I can’t remember.
Items of note:
1. The speedometer is not reading correctly because of the different front end. The Hall Effect sensor is installed, and I have a speedo-healer that can be used to fix the readings. I never got around to fixing that part because, I could not figure out a clean way to hide the speedo-healer, and, well, I realized that I do not actually look at my speedometer that often.
2. Minor, but worth noting: the front sprocket needs a locking washer. Currently there is Loctite on the bolt, but at some point it should be installed.

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