Phil, the lucky winner of the Fast Bikes longtermer competition, goes into
more detail about his latest steed - the Ducati Diavel
Ian Ambler - Suzuki SV650 Engine Tune - Total Tuning Dyno
Total Tuning Dyno are
still the only approved Dyno Tuning Centre in Cumbria.
Owned by James Rothery and Geoff Devlin, the company has recently formed a
partnership with Ian Ambler of Ambler Engine Developments. This brings
together over 50 years experience of Motorcycle tuning, and forms what is
now regarding as one of the best, one stop race preparation centres in the
UK. All engine tuning work is carried out in-house, with nothing
outsourced. Over the years, we have carried out tuning work on hundreds of
different motorcycles from all the major manufactures. The majority have
been race bikes, competing in various club championships, road racing
events and BSB.
SV650 vs Fireblade @ TT Circuit
Racing a Suzuki SV650s together with a Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade on the TT
Circuit of Assen. Filmed with two GoPro HD Hero2 cameras on the bike.
Racing SuperStock B on a superstock SV650 at Cresson
Motorsport Ranch Cresson, clockwise. CMRA 2011, Round 8
Decided I wasn't having fun in my normal races so I entered a race with
GSXR750's, Duc 848's and below. Started last row of 25 entries and finished
8th. Couldn't squeeze by an 848 and a 750 that were attached at the hip in
all the tight sections.
My bike: 2003 SV650S, stock power except for Exhaust, AK20's, Penske Double, Michelin V
My review of my 2002 sv650 replaced other version after making some audio
tweeks to this one so ya dont need to strain ur ears so much ..... cheers
2002 SV650 Exhaust No Baffle GoPro
This is by no means a well put together video, it's simply meant to give
you an idea what the bike sounds like. Stock Exhaust, baffle removed (mufflerectomy).
Filmed using a GoPro HD Hero2.
2002 Suzuki SV650S Review
Louise Brady reviews the 2002 model Suzuki SV650S, finding out how it
performs and handles, as well as seeing how practical it is and how it
compares against the competition. The SV650 produces around 70bhp at
9000rpm and has more than enough gears to satisfy you around town and