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Bike is located in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Time for the SV to go, it's an '03 1000 naked version. 30,288 miles as of this morning.

The bike was lowsided at Putnam by a friend and he never got around to completing all the repairs.

SV1000S triple trees with factory clip-ons
Stainless braided front brake lines
Yoshimura 3/4 exhaust system
Ottimoto rearsets
Frame sliders (forget the brand but they're long and they go through engine mounting bolt, not the flimsy tab mount)
HVMP bar ends, heavy mofo's that really cut down vibration in the bars
Michelin Power Pure's with 75% left in them?

The Bad:

Rattle can paint job
Solo cowl was never repainted after the crash because it was broken. I just jerry rigged it on there, rashed up from the crash.
Exhaust can is beat up and slightly tweaked in
Right rear set peg and brake lever ground down from lowside
Crankcase cover rashed up from lowside
Right frame slider ground down
Right bar end ground down
Instrument cluster works sporadically. I think the plastic plug is broken because I can press it in to the cluster and get it to work.
Radiator has some damage on the back side and I don't have the fan or the horn.
Front turn signals aren't hooked up, need to splice in new connectors

I think that's everything, the bike runs and rides great. I've been riding it to work for the past couple weeks while my car was in the shop.

I've included pictures of the damage. Title is clean and clear, $2500 obo

































 

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i can vouch for the bike...

'cept for the Putnam debacle, bike is FINE!!!

i liked the FIRST paintjob better!!!






'course, I painted it the 1st time...lolol







and it wasn't THIS friend that binned it...lol
 

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Thanks for vouching mayne. I've ridden the bike several times since putnam, and it runs and rides great. Just needs a few small fixes, I'd do them myself but I don't have the resources. That paint job was really nice, too bad all your hard work was ruined! The cowl lives on in memory of the paint though.
 

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Bump! I've replaced or removed some of the rashed parts. Also picked up a passenger seat to replace the broken cowl.
 

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still 2000? any pics of the updated stuff? does the bike over heat or anything?
 
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