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Hi there,
I bought my 'sv-650 Naked' in 2006, and it was on special because it was a 2005 model. I was unsure of the colour at first(that aqua-blue), however now I really love it!
Stay upright folks!
See ya,
Phil
 

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Hi, Phil.

Wow, 16 years to join SVR. What took you so long?!?!

Welcome! :D
 

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Yeah, 16 years is a while hey. To be honest, I recall there was a website / SV Riders 'club' here in Australia back when I bought it, however, alas, it either never existed, or it is now defunct, as the SV is a 'long time ago' model.
 

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Hi there Kiwi. NZ is a vastly under-rated country! Not just some of the inventions, but the natural scenery is some of the best I've seen anywhere, and I've travelled to more than 60 countries in the world.
Thanks Google re list below;
11 Awesome Things New Zealand Gave The World
  • The flat white (supposedly) ...
  • Jogging. ...
  • Hairpins and egg beaters. ...
  • The Martin Jetpack. ...
  • The Zorb. ...
  • High-speed amphibious vehicles. ...
  • Disposable syringes. ...
  • The referee's whistle.
Stay warm. Stay upright!
 

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Welcome to SVR. You'll find a surprising number of Aussies here. Enjoy the forums.
 

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Welcome to SVR. You'll find a surprising number of Aussies here. Enjoy the forums.
Or long time Aussie visitors. I lived in Australia for 6 years.
Hi, Phil.

Wow, 16 years to join SVR. What took you so long?!?!

Welcome! :D
Bike was running fine and he didn't need any technical assistance. :)
 
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