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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-14-2007, 03:22 PM Thread Starter
 
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sv after-market sites??

I need more bits!!
There seems to be a trend in after market parts companies catering to the GSXR's and Busa's.
Where’s the aftermarket stuff for the SV's?
Post up with any good websites.
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What are you wanting? Give me a list of mods and I will tell you what's the best IMO.

svraceshop.com sucks btw

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What are you wanting? Give me a list of mods and I will tell you what's the best IMO.

svraceshop.com sucks btw
Exhaust for sv1000 hopefully under tail after market. If not I was going to do the sv1000 headers with after market cams and sv1000 left side rear set.

Extended swing arm.

and flashy bits.

Other than that most of it seems to be on ebay.
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Exhaust for sv1000 hopefully under tail after market. If not I was going to do the sv1000 headers with after market cams and sv1000 left side rear set.

Extended swing arm.

and flashy bits.

Other than that most of it seems to be on ebay.
Yeah I wouldn't be any help with any of that stuff. I was more into making my SV turn as opposed to a straight line.

Holeshot is my favorite nonundertail exhaust. Hotbodies is the only place I can think to check for an undertail exhaust, they are sh***y though. Best bet with that is to fab your own undertail with a good pipe that would go on the side.

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Yeah I wouldn't be any help with any of that stuff. I was more into making my SV turn as opposed to a straight line.

Holeshot is my favorite nonundertail exhaust. Hotbodies is the only place I can think to check for an undertail exhaust, they are sh***y though. Best bet with that is to fab your own undertail with a good pipe that would go on the side.
Yeah, not too many twisties around here.
Just as long as I can still out turn my dads 78 suzuki gs750 Im good to go.
fab my own under tail that would go on the side??
do you mean elimanate the rear sets and run them there?
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Yeah, not too many twisties around here.
Just as long as I can still out turn my dads 78 suzuki gs750 Im good to go.
fab my own under tail that would go on the side??
do you mean elimanate the rear sets and run them there?
I have seen guys use a pipe meant for the side of the bike and take some race bodywork and fab their own undertail. Like this 650 for example.


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I have seen guys use a pipe meant for the side of the bike and take some race bodywork and fab their own undertail. Like this 650 for example.

yep, looks about right.
I knew those back ends could look agressive if you just got the rear sets and pipes out of the way!
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http://www.whaccessories.com/
this is where i bought some stuff when i had a sv.

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http://www.whaccessories.com/
this is where i bought some stuff when i had a sv.
good selection,
bit pricy
but nice stuff
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yeah i bought a sv back in 01 before the whole streetfighter look took off. it was kind of a pain to find sv goodies back then.

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