06 Suzuki SV650R with Two Brothers Exhaust

This is My 06 Suzuki SV650R. It has the lower fairings on it with frame sliders, Two Brothers M-2 V.A.L.E. Exhaust, fender eliminator, Zero Gravity Double Bubble Light Smoke Screen, Black Front and Rear Steel Braided Brake lines from Galfer, Galfer HHH sintered brake pads, K&N Air Filter, Short Stalk Arrow rear turn signals, flush mount front turn signals. It also has a custom paint job on it. Candy blue with black lowers and front fender. It also has a black stripe down the rear center of the bike.

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