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Hey everyone,
Just bought myself my first SV650. 2005, blue with only 2000 km's on it.

Ordered the fairings for her already and just trying to decide on frame sliders now.
I've been told the OEM ones from suzuki will bend and not work in a crash, so I was wondering what would be the best brand to buy that would be compatible with my fairings! I don't want to do any cutting or anything.

Thanks in advance!

Matt
 

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Hey everyone,
Just bought myself my first SV650. 2005, blue with only 2000 km's on it.

Ordered the fairings for her already and just trying to decide on frame sliders now.
I've been told the OEM ones from suzuki will bend and not work in a crash, so I was wondering what would be the best brand to buy that would be compatible with my fairings! I don't want to do any cutting or anything.

Thanks in advance!

Matt
http://www.motosliders.com/

They have been tried and tested by many an SV....many;D
 

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must order. Contact Blair at SVracing parts (a site supporter) he will get them to you quick. Refresh the page until you see his banner at the top right of main page.
 

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Do they make OEM lowers for the 1000? And Blairs number is 604 261 4654
 

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http://www.motosliders.com/

They have been tried and tested by many an SV....many;D
Actually, NO they haven't. There aren't but a handfull on OEM lower faired bikes right now. I know the new design has been changed but have a look at Mavryk's destroyed prototype. The OEM's would have done better.

I guess I'll be the first to recommend the long proven R&G Frame Sliders available at www.ema-usa.com. Worked flawlessly for me when my fully faired SV and I hit the pavement hard at 50+ mph. Slider left a 60' skid mark and never budged.

I'd consider sipping the Motoslider kool-aid for faired bikes only after I see some crash experience. For non-faired, it's a go.
 
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