I am selling my 2002 SV 650 Race bike. The bike rides great and is setup for track days or racing. The bike was a racebike when I bought it, Ive done some fiberglass work, repainted the bike and added frame sliders. Bike has a brand new battery and is setup for a battery tender.
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 front/B rear
SV650 Two Brothers M2 Exhaust Sound Check
Sound clips of my 2005 SV650S with a debaffled stock canister, no canister (open header), Two Brothers M2 Carbon Black Series, and Two Brothers M2 Carbon Black Series with the P1 sound suppressor.
2001 Triumph TT600 for sale - SOLD
I am selling my 2001 Triumph TT600. 19k miles young, carbon fiber Devil Exhaust, Triumph carbon fiber rear tire hugger, carbon fiber directionals, blue LED kit. The bike has a brand new battery and only 2200 miles on the Bridgestone rubber. I put new tires on my 07 gsxr 750 and swapped that rubber onto this bike. I just had a Triumph dealership redo the fork seals, one was leaking due to trailering to Daytona (I tied it down too tight for too long). The bike has a TuneBoy installed which has fixed some of the stock idle and decel issues that all the stock bike maps had. This bike runs great and is incredibly comfortable. Bikes been maintained at the dealership for everything except oil changes.
One of the things that makes this bike such a great bike other than its comfort is that its easy to ride but still has enough power that its not "just a beginner bike". Im only getting rid of it because I need the space in my garage. This is a bike you can park at the beach with the newer bikes and it will stand out and people will talk to you about the bike. People love Triumphs and the blue of this bike POPS.
OMRRA Suzuki SV-650 Eric Koegler-good motorcycle race
Excellent race onboard with Eric Koegler at Portland International Raceway. Close passing and good drafting action. 2 wave start, Eric in 2nd wave (two different classes). Recorded on board a few years back before the track was revised at turns 3 and 4.
SV650 GSXR Fork Swap - Quick and Dirty
Quick and Dirty swap of GSXR forks onto my 1st generation '01 SV650.
This SV650 is a first generation model, and that is important to know because I needed a '96-99 GSXR750 SRAD triples for this project. They are nearly a direct bolt-on to the SV frame head, the ignition switch will bolt in, the steering lock and steering stops will also work. However, you will need a custom top bearing from http://TWFracing.com becasue the steering stem on the '96-99 GSXR750 triples is bigger at the top than the original .99-'02 SV650 steering stem. Don't bother looking for that bearing elsewhere, its a custom 47x30x15mm bearing that is custom manufactured by them especially for this application.
The forks are from a '03 GSXR1000, but any fork legs with a 50mm top and 54mm bottom will bolt directly into the the '96-99 GSXR750 triples. When using these '96-99 GSXR750 triples, you will also need the matching axle and wheel as the width of these triples is a little wider than the norm. A TL1000S or TL100R or Hayabusa wheel will also fit.
The new 96-99 GSXR750 axle is bigger than the SV650 part, so the speedometer drive won't fit unless you either mount it on the rear axle (to be covered in a future video) or if you install a hall-effects sensor with magnets on the front wheel.
SV650 Rear Shock Swap Video:
Do not attempt to duplicate anything you see in this video, you assume full-responsibility for your money, property and body by watching and using any techniques you see within this video. This also includes any after effects after the fact such as when your bike crashes and burns because you didn't tighten your steering head bearings properly. When you die we will all laugh at you. If you have nay questions or any doubts in this type of work, or if you're lacking the proper tools, then you should have all work performed on your motor vehicles by a professional mechanic. Don't be a dumbass.
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sv650 track day gopro
Trackday at St-Eustache in the advanced group, few laps following a 1000cc bike using my home made quick shifter, full throttle no clutch, pretty cool. Filmed with my GOPRO HERO std def. camera. Nice.
SV650 Project Bike Tested on the Track
July 31, 2009 After all the work on the the SV650 project bike it was time to test it on the track. Ceasar, Octavianus, and I headed to Zandvoort circuit in the Netherlands for a trackday. What a great day and my first knee down on both sides is this video. The footage is being shot from a 2009 Yamaha R1.