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brianm767
01-24-2009, 11:01 AM
2006 Blue Full faired SV650S, handle bars, lots of extras, Asking $5,200 OBO

Fresno Ca area. 3 hours south of the bay and Sacto area, and about 4 hours north of the northern LA area

This is my daughters bike and she has decided she does not want to ride any more.

If you love the looks of a full faired SV, but want the comfort of a Naked model, then this bike might be for you, it would make a great beginners bike,second bike, wife's bike or a around town bike for when you didn't want to take the big bike out, and with soft bags, it would make a nice little touring bike. this bike has about $2,000 in extras, it's not your every day SV.

The bike only has 2208 miles at time of posting, it's in mint condition, has never been dropped or abused in any way, always stored in doors, properly maintained, although at 2200 miles, the only thing it's needed is it's first 600 mile service and another oil change (I did it early), chain always properly cleaned and lubed , I don't even think it's ever been red lined, ridden mostly by my daughter who moved up to it from her Ninja 500 , and she was only allowed to ride it when I was with her, so I know she never went out and stunted on it, that's a joke, I would love to keep this as my play bike but I have other priorities at this time, so it's time to let it go.

I converted it to handle bars for a much more comfy ride, I probably spent over $400 to do this alone, and it was done right, no stretching of cables or lines, no re routed throttle cable with bad binds in them, no drilled upper triple clamp, as some have done, or any thing like that, The mod was done right, I replaced the clutch cable with a "N" model cable, longer throttle cables from Converta bars, and +3" longer stainless Galfer front brake lines, replaced the top triple with one from a "N" model and stock "N" model bars, the bars turn this into a totally new bike, you get the "N" model comfort, but the looks of a sport bike, I love riding this bike, but I need to buy my daughter a new car so I have to let it go.

"""The Ashlie on tank is just a sticker""", it will be removed when the bike sells, as well as the big Suzuki sticker on the lower if you want, pics were taken on 1-11-09

The left rear passenger foot peg and bracket are removed for a cleaner look, and also because my daughter was not allowed to hike any one,but they do come with the bike, I'll reinstall them if you want.

I also have the stock "S" model triple and clip ons, that I will be selling separately, but if you would rather have those, I might swap them out, then sell the "N" stuff separately? I'm sure we could work some thing out, but unless your going to the track, the bars are much nicer than the clip ons,

Bike has the following extras

Puig double bubble light smoke shield,
Carbon look brake and clutch levers
Carbon look bar ends
Stebel Nautilus air horn, man this thing is loud!!!!!!!!
LED front and rear signals, with proper flasher installed
Fender eliminator (self fabricated, looks better than aftermarket)
Handle bars, they are about 7" higher and a couple inches back over the clip ons,
Stainless Galfer front brake lines
Full cowlings
Frame sliders
Rear seat cowl along with the stock rear seat and grab bar
Rear wheel hugger
Yoshimura pipe
rear spools for stand
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The bike is financed, through a bank in the bay area.

And I am in Central California, Fresno/Clovis area

You can also email me at scmyattb1@comcast.net or
call Brian at 559-970-2702


Look how high these bars are, this is not your ordinary S model SV650S
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Casual_Shooter
01-26-2009, 7:45 AM
Bump for a nice looking bike... always heard great things about the SV bikes.

brianm767
01-30-2009, 4:29 PM
BTT

brianm767
02-07-2009, 9:04 AM
btt

hybridatsun350
02-07-2009, 11:57 AM
I had an SV a few years back, and I have nothing but good things to say about it! Good luck with the sale. :)