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Thread: ISO: Entry level SV650

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    ISO: Entry level SV650

    Looking for a entry level setup Sv650, 1st or 2nd GEN. Let me know what you got. My dad is looking to get into riding on the track and looking to spend under $2500. His phone number is 469-338-3459

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    Where are y'all located (I'm in New Orleans)? Willing to do work on bike for right price?

    I just crashed and broke frame on first gen. I don't have time to swap frames so looking to sell as is. Forks bent but I have extra set so you could swap internals.


    Extra set of bodywork with it (that won't make the tank less rashed).

    Engine
    1mm over stock piston
    New rod and main bearings with less than 500 miles (had to replace a cracked engine case, so new
    journal bearings were installed)
    steel oil pump gear
    05 shift star and arm
    TWF AL clutch plates
    CNC lightened starter sprag, held on with titanium bolts

    Spares
    most of an engine (no crank or camshafts)
    I'd say about 85% of a gasket set, and possibly a set of fork seals but not certain
    set of rims and rotors
    upper, bellypan, superbike tail, and hugger
    two oil filters and 0 miles on the one on the engine
    Most of brake side rearset
    15t front and 45t rear (14/47 on the bike currently).

    Penske shock service manual, Suzuki factory service manual, and Clymer or Haynes service
    manual.

    Bike

    Forks have .85 springs, Suzuki pre-load adjuster caps, gold valve emulators, properly drilled and brazed
    damper rods. Rebuilt in January 2020.
    Penske double setup for 170lbs. Last rebuilt by Penske in January 2020. 3 laps on it.
    AL subframe
    lightened rotor and torque arm
    Shorai battery on front cylinder
    Custom harness, no key needed
    EuroRacing Throttle kit, all cams
    Woodcraft rearsets
    clip-ons
    Arrow Exhaust
    TWF captured spacers front and rear.


    Disclaimer: If you want to race this with WERA, some additional bolt drilling will be required. Engine and
    front calipers are covered, but front axle, torque arm, and rear calipers will need drilled and wired.

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    Pm sent

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    I have a weakness for second-gen SVs; this would be the one I was after if I had room.

    http://forums.13x.com/index.php?thre.../#post-5686373

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Brzezinski View Post
    I have a weakness for second-gen SVs; this would be the one I was after if I had room.

    http://forums.13x.com/index.php?thre.../#post-5686373
    Agreed. Strong package

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Brzezinski View Post
    I have a weakness for second-gen SVs; this would be the one I was after if I had room.

    http://forums.13x.com/index.php?thre.../#post-5686373
    Agreed. He has been eyeing that one.

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    If you find a Gen 2 and need some spares, I have a ton listed here...

    http://forum.cmraracing.com/showthre...k-Street-Parts

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