It is the single machine which loads the engine of XR650 onto the frame of VFR 400 R.
There being also a torque, tight the corner enjoys may is the vehicle.
The muffler is titanium make in the spur build maxim.
Details the job room of everyday life viewing.
However, the payoff is in the weight and looks department. The bike is so narrow, very light (under 330lbs dry), and easy to ride (other than the low-speed chugging and not-great low-RPM on/off throttle). It's a peach in the midrange.
You certainly are not alone thinking thin is beautiful. Again, I am probably the odd one out who thinks wide motor and narrow seat is best looking. It's a bit analogous to big tits and a narrow waist - my fave. The Boldors and the Z's accentuated that look better than most.
Sorry Syscrush, posts 12021 and 12022 were posted with you in mind, not Bluey (Bluethunder). I am hopeless at remembering who is who in this anonymous cyberplace. I forgot who had the 690.
I hope everyone had a pleasing Chrissy. I went back to Bathurst to visit my brother, which was nice, but my license was almost destroyed by the Filth on the way home, double demerit points over Chrissy. How's this? I drive like an angel and find it nigh impossible to abide by the law on a bike; but I only get busted on the seldom occasion I nudge the limits when driving. I'll refrain from starting an anti-policing theme on the thread.
I know that only riding one can truly answer that question, but I'm sure a test ride that's substantial enough to answer that question isn't going to happen. So I'm asking for your wisdom. Excuse the length...
I turned 61 some months ago. I've had 19 motorcycles since 1970. Having decided...
1. Post 1 picture per bike only*
2. small write up of what the bike is and mods
3. Do NOT reply in this thread, JUST PICTURES
* OR MORE! :D
(Just don't flood this thread with a bunch of crappy pictures)
- Edit by OfirMX
Finished up the last of my first tank today. Did 191 miles before she quit out on me. I made the error in thinking the SV got ~50mpg so was expecting around 250 miles per tank or a bit less. I've just been waiting for the light to come on the last few rides so I had an idea of how much is left...
Here it is took me several hours to type it and get it right, This is a highly detaled how to, for swaping your stock SV650S clip-on handlebars to SV650 Naked handlebars.
All pictures are at the bottom of the second post.
For anyone who hates having a sore back, wrists ect. this swap is for...