this was my first time at the drag strip
bandimere speedway colorado 5800+ft elevation. 07-16-2008
first run was my very first ever
launched way to low, and slow
but still pulled of a email@example.com
(car i raced was 2.11 60ft, 14.8@92)
second run was launched a little harder
got a 2.16 60ft, firstname.lastname@example.org
(car i raced was a girl with pink nails, lol, but cut a 1.8 60ft and a 13.60@99!)
lauched pretty good again
2.13 60ft email@example.com
(car i raced was a BAD ASS car, hitting 1.70 60ft, firstname.lastname@example.org!!!!)
first time at the strip, and high elevation.
if you dont know anything about racing in the moutains, this means at sea level, id be EASY into the LOW 11's
i love my SV1000!!!
Pulled over after 140mph fun-run
text in the video says it all.
I was very careful and scouted this road for about 30min. almost no traffic
at all, and about a 20min drive from ANY major road.
Guess my car just attracts cops, lol
5.0 Mustang: TF stage 2 cam OPEN HEADERS!
Just got done installing my new clutch, and mini starter, had to test to be
sure the new starter worked, so decided to make a video out of it :D
Twice as loud as it was with the stock heads and cam
Straight pipe's like DAMN
Don't mind the title, I had no idea what to put.
Here is the video were people said it was quiet
Pypes Pipe-bomb axle-back
Other car mods:
THANKS FOR WATCHING
Aprilia RSV Mille vs Suzuki SV1000S
Aprilia RSV Mille vs. Suzuki (G)SV1000S
Flink het gas er even opgezet op de dijk tussen Lelystad en Enkhuizen.
Top Aprilia = 246 km/u
Top Suzuki = 257 km/u
Beeld is wel een beetje schokkerig, maar het geluid is prachtig ;-D
Suzuki Sv1000s top speed 260km\h
Suzuki Sv1000s top speed of 260km\h
My 2006 Suzuki Sv1000s with a 2 in 1 Yoshi pipe, Power Commander iii,
Gipro Gear indicator with ATRE timing retarder and and K&N filter with a
modified air box hits a huge 260km\h. I haven't heard of a sv1000 beating
that. if you of one please tell me
Superbike Suzuki SV1000 S Commercial
Often categorised as a sports-tourer class motorcycle, Suzuki's SV1000 and
the half faired SV1000S, were first launched by Suzuki in 2003. The 996 cc
90-degree Suzuki V-twin motorcycles were aimed to compete directly with the
Honda SuperHawk (also known as the Honda FireStorm in some markets), which
was released prior to the Suzuki, and the low end Ducati 1 litre V-twin
engined sport bikes. The SV1000 is the big brother to the popular 650 cc
SV650 motorcycle. The SV1000 shares many common parts with the SV650,
including all bodywork (front fairing, fuel tank and rear
plastics/subframe), but the main frame, handlebars, swingarm and forks are
different. The front forks and brakes are sourced from the earlier GSXR600.
The SV1000 owes some of its heritage to the Suzuki TL1000S (affectionately
known as the "widow-maker") from which it inherited its engine which was
tuned for more mid-range and a little less top-end power.
Unlike the SuperHawk and its two huge 48 mm carburettors, the 2003 and up
SV1000 is fuel injected and sports the Suzuki Dual-Throttle Valve
technology. In 2004, the bike received revised ergonomics in the form of
lower pegs and a slightly lower seat height, which are the same as the 2003
N model (unfaired). The 2005 and 2006 models got a slight bump in
compression and a few other internal items, but mostly remains the same
bike from 2003.
The original SV1000 design (K3) has gone through two updates since its
The K4 model - Includes a lowering of the rear-end (as per the 2003
unfaired version), and a new selection of colours.
The K5 model - Black frame, black wheels, shorter airbox trumpet, larger
throttle bodies, and a higher compression ratio. In some markets, Suzuki
carries the SZ version with full fairing and GSX-R colour scheme.
The K6 model - New selection of colours.
Neither 1000-engined bike sold well, even though the similar 650-engined
bikes are award winners and very popular. Suzuki US stopped selling the
SV1000 naked version in 2004, and by 2008 neither model was listed on the
company's global web site, although one or the other model is still listed
on the US and UK sites.
2003 Suzuki SV1000s with no mufflers
Yes, I understand that this is a really stupid, redneck thing to do; but
hey, at least it was fun haha. So, for everyone's sake please don't leave a
bunch of comments saying how retarded this was because I know...I know.