Here are some videos of the lights that I posted in the vendor thread on advrider. Since I don't have a switch that controls just the model 60, I had to remove the fuse to use only the stock hi beams for the demonstration video, so that's why I don't have a video of switching between the hi beams only and the hi beams and model 60, but you can see the difference between them when comparing the videos to one another.
The first video is of the stock hi and lo beams:
The second video is of just the model 30s alternating with the hi and lo beams:
The third video is of the model 30s, the model 60 + hi beams, and the lo beams:
The videos really don't do the lights justice though.
Put on a used stainless rear brake line. Now I am sure there was a need I a brake bleed before I started. But wow. Rear brake pedal is stiff now. Rear brake still doesn't do much until it locks up the rear.
(I bought a new 2003 N model back in 2003, but it burned in a fire in 2018.)
Can someone who maybe had the older model offer a quick comparison/contrast?
I know the aluminum frame is gone & they went to dual-plug heads years ago.
But is the handling as good now, better?
Does the newer model...
An SV really should have been my first motorcycle. Suffice it to say, the brand new '99 Buell Cyclone I bought instead was not the best choice.
In other words, I've wanted an SV650 for over a decade.
At the end of last month, I was offered a '99 with 34k miles in trade for a MacBook Air...
Disclaimer: Everything listed below is what i have used to install the 2006 Pointy clocks on my 99 Curvy. Everything you do, you do at your own risk and i will not be held responsible for any damage that maybe caused by doing this mod.
Lets face it, the pointy clocks look great and alot better...
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I was wondering what handlebar he is using for his SV1000.
It doesn't seem like the stock one, it's a bit more straight.
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And where can I buy this Suzuki SV1000 side fairing sticker? (with the red 1000)
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