jasonsv said:I am about to pass down my SV650 to my girlfriend and buy a new bike. One thing I was wondering. Does the new SV1000 have the oil starving problem that the 650s had while in wheelies or high acceleration?
Suzuki does not produce a fully faired sv1000 or sv1000s. They make lower fairings for the sv1000s. A while ago, Suzuki had a promotion where you could get the lowers free on a new sv1000s. I dont know whether any dealers are still offering it. Might be worth checking out.jasonsv said:If I were to go to a dealer to buy a 1000 could I pick up one that is fully faired(meaning does suzuki produce a fully faired SV1000??)?
That wasn't really that great of a deal.. I've heard of new left-over 2003 SV1000S being sold at $5999... New '03s are getting harder to find, but they're out there... Heck.. I remember seeing something a few months back about a dealer still having a few '01 TL-S still in crates....jasonsv said:found a bad ass orange sv1000 fully faired this past weekend but I didn't end up getting it. It was a 2003 or 4 with 500 miles on it for 7100.00 bucks. I probably shouldn't have passed it up. Oh well
They are no where near the same motor.Matt McHenry said:I Believe every bike has this problem. The oil pick-ups are at the front of the motor. If All bikes aren't like this, I believe all V-twins are.... I think. I know the TL1000S/R did, and this is pretty much the same motor.