2019 Suzuki SV650X
You guys on the other side of the pond seem to have a lot more aftermarket support for the newer models than we do stateside. Thank you for linking me to that site with the dual gp! That cobra you're running looks real nice as well, wish they would hurry up and make something like it for the newer gen 3. IIRC you've been running it for a while, how has it broken in? Any change in tone or increase in decibel output that you've noticed?At least in my neck of the woods they're still available: 15105 SLIP-ON LEOVINCE GP DUALS INOX MATT INOX SUZUKI SV 650 X ABS 2018+
Otherwise I would suggest Cobra Hypershots XL slip-on, as the one I installed on my gen.3 SV.
Concerning the seat, I can only vouch French manufacturer Top Sellerie: they rebuilt my seat with gel inserts for passenger and pillion rider, and it now feels great even on 6-hours rides.
The reviews on Corbin seats seem 50/50. Might try to find a local upholstery shop to re-pad and skin the OEM seat first as dropping $600 on a seat is a bit of a gamble. Either that or I need to learn how to make some riding friends, and find one with a Corbin to try out. Thank you for the recommendations on suspension!Looks good, Corbin seat made a big difference for me along with K-Tech shock and Traxxion Dynamics AR25 fork upgrade, includes springs and oil. LED headlight replacement bulb will get you more light in a whiter shade, might help with the lighting.
Earlier in this thread (part of the reason i finally made an account here) others had mounted driving lights on the forks. It got me thinking about trying to fabricate some and replace the reflectors down near the tire with lights mounted there. I think it would create enough offset that people would be able to gauge my speed and distance better than just a single bright light, or a cluster of three lights really close together. Not sure on the legalities of lights mounted that low, but I suppose there's only one way to find out haha.