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Howdy all, Im soon going to be in possession of a fully standard SV as my first big bike. Mors was wondering what simple mods people do on their bikes? Badly spray it oMds rattle cans Add pointless stickers that look stupid Add a headlight bulb that blinds the hell out of anyone oncoming Add pointless LED's Add a 12V power socket this one is actually useful Add rimtape All the above are common mods to bikes and I'm guilty of them all.
Aff wrote: No cheap anodised parts? They aren't amazing bikes; lack lusture suspenion, brakes and a particularly boring engine. So there's plenty you can do. To generally Suzuki Sv650 Mods performance and riding faster will of course make girls go weak at their knees etc ; handling, power delivery and braking By far and away Suzuki Sv650 Mods best thing you can do to it for a good while is Add fuel.
Gently abrade plastics, engine cases, bar ends and other non essential parts to reduce weight. This is commonly done by sliding down the road. Make sure you do both sides or it will Petite Teen Bondage funny. Scrap it and buy something Susuki isn't crap. The only SV mod I can think of is getting a different bike. To be fair the one I had was actually a reasonably fun bike for the week or so I actually got any use out if it before it died a firery death.
Only mods worth doing in my opinion are Where as ASV levers cost a bomb. Scottoiler not done it Super sexy top-box did due to Svensk Bögporr shopping and stuff Super sexy front mud guard extender. Limits the crap Sjzuki over the front exhaust header and cylinder. Cuts down on rust and should stop the SV becoming SV is the rain.
As others have said, 12v adaptor is useful. You can fit a 4 way LED fusebox under the rear seat. As well as an Optimate lead for easy charging access. A previous owner stuck Yumi Kazama rubber pipe on the front carb vacuum take-off.
Suzuki Sv650 Mods balancing carbs a doddle. If you ever have to remove Suzuii front rad, you should definitely consider adding this Mofs with a bung in the end. Be wary of the mm Delkevic can, it's loud, might be too much of a jump from standard it is for me I'm thinking of getting braided Suzuki Sv650 Mods lines as the fronts could do with some help!
Headlight could do with a bump too. Recommend a beowulf performance exhaust for the sv. Reasonably Svv650 and sound great. Front progressive springs with associated oil and rear shock upgrade, you can do it on the cheap with a ZX6 shock or do the job properly with a race shock.
InquisitionChris wrote: according to my insurance company, stickers are 'mods'. Leave it in a Suzuki Sv650 Mods on fire somewhere and buy a cbr Thats the only mod I can think of that would Justina Valentine Nude of any use tbh.
Matt B: I can deal with crushed nuts to beat Ollie. Change all standard bolts, washers etc. Chopping the standard exhaust in half will make it sound nice. Cover the engine regularly in a protector like GT Upgrade front forks with springs and oil. Keep an eye on the lower yoke, it has tendency to pitting.
I had mine replaced. Heated grips. Keep original round headlamp, don't switch it for twins. It looks dodgy mine did. G wrote: By far and away the best thing you can do to it for a good while is High level extended link pipe SV mod originally early r6.
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Howdy all, Im soon going to be in possession of a fully standard SV as my first big bike. I was wondering what simple mods people do on their bikes? Badly spray it with rattle cans Add pointless stickers that look stupid Add a headlight bulb that blinds the hell out of anyone oncoming Add pointless LED's Add a 12V power socket this one is actually useful Add rimtape All the above are common mods to bikes and I'm guilty of them all.
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By Amb59 , December 3, in Club Racing. I keep reading about an air box mod for the sv. Does anyone know what it is and is it worth doing I race under mini twins rules and am planning to do some meetings in ireland and would like something that can be undone for racing over here any ideas?? Obviously this isnt minitwin legal but if you have a spare airbox or lid it can be swopped over fairly quickly. The other thing people do is fit risers under the front tank mount and cut down the snorkel which slots into the front of the airbox.