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Suzuki SV650S L2 £4,699.00 - GS Motorcycles (RRP £5216)

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Getting into summer so who needs a roof (OK maybe I'll take that back); well how about one of the best budget sportsbikes available for less than most of your 2 year car lease deals (and you own it). Read More
Getting into summer so who needs a roof (OK maybe I'll take that back); well how about one of the best budget sportsbikes available for less than most of your 2 year car lease deals (and you own it).
john184 Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago252 Comments
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Awww... looks like you got the 'argument-flounce badge too!' :D :P


Oh and the carb model has different profile cams - it's a common mod for racing to use the pointy model cams as that was allowed for minitwins rules. Along with a full M4 exhaust system my bike had to be slightly restricted to the 72hp when I stuck the pointy cams in a curvy. Not sure I noticed a big difference between the two when riding stock ones.

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Quite a good deal to be honest for a brand new sv650,,, BUT it is a pity how this bike in particular loses its value dramatically. You can buy a second hand one around the 1 grand mark
1 grand will get you the pre 2003 'curvy' model with the steel frame and, personally, ugly fairings. And it'll have high mileage.
3 grand will get you a 10-15k mileage 06 to 12 plate fully faired and in good condition. so yes it'll lose value but let's not exaggerate.
I got really lucky last week and got a fully faired candy blue 07 sv650 so the dual spark plugs as well. £1400 and only 2080 miles on the clock. Just sat in someone's garage for years, what a loon selling it so cheap. It is basically new, sadly it has been dropped before as slight scuff on lower fairing and end off handlebar but nothing that bad.
all i can say is wow!
i thought i was lucky getting an 06 with 10k miles, fender extender, rear hugger, R&G bungs, double bubble screen, unscratched fully faired, seat cowel and front and back oxford stands for £2,000!http://tinypic.com/r/a41pq0/8
Well you did get a very good deal. You have all the important upgrades and those paddock stands would set you back at least £50 and also extremely useful, also means you must the bobbins for them installed. All that is stuff I would like and will cost you £350, £400ish unless you can find very good second hand deals. I would like to have an undamaged bike even though I am sure I will drop it at some point would be nice up until then ;) I would say we got similarly good deals. You even had the curvy mate? I had one for a couple of months before I came across the 07 at a price I couldn't ignore so going to sell my curvy. I want to know if it is just me who feels the carb model is a lot faster at the lower revs? Some reason I can't see the image you gave, I will have to try on the desktop. I will upload a picture off mine for you later.

unfortunately i've never had the curvy so i couldn't say!
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You seem to have 'read in' (aka made up) quite a lot.
While I did start on smaller bikes - CBT at 17, as many do - I didn't state that. I don't ride a thou now - I owned one used it for commuting when I had a reasonably well paying job. I chose the GSXR after commuting on a variety of bikes including a 'race' zx9r, a KTM690, and a vaiety of other others in prior years. For my through-town commute I found the superbike the quickest and easiest option.
It wasn't the bike I'd choose for fun when I owned it - that would have probably been the KTM200 (2 stroke).
The SV650s really brought me on racing - the low power meant you had try that much harder. To the point after I'd sold the two owned seven years ago, when I saw another one come at a good price with fairings that matched my 675 track/race bike, I got it. Road ones are cheap and capable enough for daily stuff.
To me your post smacks of a lack of knowledge of bikes, but I was avoiding saying it, because it might be considered a bit rude ;).
What stock rubber will you get on a bike like an SV650 that you'll expect to last 15k miles? Of course tyre manufacturers recommend replacement of older tyres. I just did a scooter race with 8 year old tyres. They gripped excellently. I'm sure I've ridden on track at least at an inters-pace with similarly old tyres and been fine too.
But, even with spending some money (getting a better spec than new), you're still saving a whole load of money.
The SV650 does not have 'sports handling'. It has 'commuter handling' - sloppy and wollowy when pushed, brakes which are lacking in feel and bite (though, to be fair the same could be aimed at those which use Tokico calipers).
They are marketed as 'sporty' because teenagers and those with similar mindsets find it more desirable. There's a reason their actual sports bikes cost twice as much as this - much better quality 'sports' components.
If you want 'sporty' handling as seen on supertwins (which allow pretty much unlimited mods bar keeping engine capacity) you'll have to upgrade suspension.
Personally I don't like the more linear power delivery of a twin (or litre bike) for fun on the road. Much prefer a revy 2 stroke. On track where you should always be at high revs, I find it makes less difference.

Thanks for the reply and apologies for the jibing. I was counting on your reply to get up to 250 posts for the celebrity badge. Shallow I know but a nice celebrity badge for me.
You seem to have 'read in' (aka made up) quite a lot.
While I did start on smaller bikes - CBT at 17, as many do - I didn't state that. I don't ride a thou now - I owned one used it for commuting when I had a reasonably well paying job. I chose the GSXR after commuting on a variety of bikes including a 'race' zx9r, a KTM690, and a vaiety of other others in prior years. For my through-town commute I found the superbike the quickest and easiest option.
It wasn't the bike I'd choose for fun when I owned it - that would have probably been the KTM200 (2 stroke).

The SV650s really brought me on racing - the low power meant you had try that much harder. To the point after I'd sold the two owned seven years ago, when I saw another one come at a good price with fairings that matched my 675 track/race bike, I got it. Road ones are cheap and capable enough for daily stuff.

To me your post smacks of a lack of knowledge of bikes, but I was avoiding saying it, because it might be considered a bit rude ;).
What stock rubber will you get on a bike like an SV650 that you'll expect to last 15k miles? Of course tyre manufacturers recommend replacement of older tyres. I just did a scooter race with 8 year old tyres. They gripped excellently. I'm sure I've ridden on track at least at an inters-pace with similarly old tyres and been fine too.
But, even with spending some money (getting a better spec than new), you're still saving a whole load of money.

The SV650 does not have 'sports handling'. It has 'commuter handling' - sloppy and wollowy when pushed, brakes which are lacking in feel and bite (though, to be fair the same could be aimed at those which use Tokico calipers).
They are marketed as 'sporty' because teenagers and those with similar mindsets find it more desirable. There's a reason their actual sports bikes cost twice as much as this - much better quality 'sports' components.
If you want 'sporty' handling as seen on supertwins (which allow pretty much unlimited mods bar keeping engine capacity) you'll have to upgrade suspension.

Personally I don't like the more linear power delivery of a twin (or litre bike) for fun on the road. Much prefer a revy 2 stroke. On track where you should always be at high revs, I find it makes less difference.
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john184

Disagree that the SV is not a sports bike, if it can race and be competitive in sport it's a sportsbike.
So the Honda C90 is a 'sports bike' because it races and is competitive in sport?
As well as racing SV650s, I have raced a completely stock (bar tyres) c90.
In both cases the racing was against similar bikes. Put either up against an R6 and it'll be left way behind, unless there's a big skill gap (I've done similar lap times to litre bikes on an SV650 at Snetterton - I was just a faster rider and there's probably some people that could manage the same speeds on an even more commuter bike like a CB500.
In most cases you need to upgrade the suspension on these commuter bikes, while a sports bike (ie R6, GSXR600 etc) will hold a considerably faster pace with stock suspension.
Why will old bikes have old tyres? Most people will replace tyres when they wear out. Servicing or replacing suspension is cheap - the SV has soggy suspension in the first place. I set my price to include an early pointy, but lots of people will think they look outdated and rubbish too, of course.
Robert Dunlop typically raced GP bikes. These are race bikes. They are not designed to be easy first bikes for a gentle ride. The 250cc he was killed on had a considerably higher top speed than the 650cc and likely weighed around half the weight.
Why do you think small cc means commuter?
Me... I got a GSXR1000 for my commute when I had a daily journey to do through town on a motorbike - though I appreciate that's not what the GSXR was intended for,

Slightly pedantic post. The c90 is a commuter because it is sold as a commuter, with commuter shape and style. It's practically a set-through and so big deal if you ride a thou (and what relevance is it to the thread), by your own admission you started on smaller bikes and you now likely ride a thou because of the experience you attained on the "three road and three race SV650's" that you believe to have owned.
Seems strange you have owned and raced so many (6 in total) "commuter bikes in a dress" despite their "particularly boring motor and insipid handling". You then go on to say you have done similar lap times on a SV650 as litre bikes at Snetterton and you still don't class it as a sportsbike? (Regardless of whether it was tuned or not).

To me most of your post smacks of immature bravado to the point where I question the legitamacy of what you have posted, and of course I can comprehend that you change rubber when it is worn out but what you don't seem to understand is that most of the second hand bikes (such as the various ones refered to in the previous threads) are for bikes with 10 to 15K miles from around 2006 year so there is a good likelihood it will be running on original rubber which despite having tread will be over 5 years old with significantly less grip than than when new (all major tyre manufacturers have proved this and recommend replacement as such).
So by the time you change the rubber, recon the second hand bike front forks and rear shock (which you reckon is cheap) the second hand well thrashed bike isn't as good value as what you initially thouht. So why diss the new deal?
So to get back to my original point and to argue your point, the SV650 is a sportsbike because it has 'sports handling' and hence it and other small capacity bikes such as those sold by Suzuki, Kawasaki et al are marketed accordingly. The fact it is worse on track in comparison to a supersport 600 is irrelevant (I ride a twin specifically because there are no tracks near me and it makes a better road sport bike). This bike is pushing a 120mph average in the TT, albeit in Supertwins.
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Free Suzuki neck tube

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Free. Yes FREE. Suzuki neck tube. Keep warm on your Hog! Just fill in the form and wahey! And even if you don't own a bike - just lie. Maybe one day you'll grow some balls and get one. Read More
Free. Yes FREE. Suzuki neck tube. Keep warm on your Hog! Just fill in the form and wahey! And even if you don't own a bike - just lie. Maybe one day you'll grow some balls and get one.
FarscapePhotography Avatar3y, 5m agoFound 3 years, 5 months ago124 Comments
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Ride a Yamaha but free is free so not complaining.
This offer is for invited persons only. We recently contacted selected Suzuki customers inviting them to complete an entry form to qualify for a free neck tube. This offer was compromised and promoted outside of the qualifying audience. If you have received the original email from us directly and complete the form you will receive a free neck tube. All entrants outside of this audience will not qualify for the offer.
Click on the link now- read the form- it's a new one stating ONLY people who were invited to get a free neck thingy will receive one- they cottoned on to the situation! Clever Suzuki !
Hmmmm :(
i ordered one of these ages ago and it has still not arrived!!!!!! </3 xx
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Ferodo Sintergrip HH brake pads £5.00 @ Halfords

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Ferodo Sintergrip HH brake pads £5 @ Halfords. Just got a set for my Gsxr. They had quite a few sets on the shelf at the weston branch. Read More
Ferodo Sintergrip HH brake pads £5 @ Halfords. Just got a set for my Gsxr. They had quite a few sets on the shelf at the weston branch.
jackrs76 Avatar4y, 6d agoFound 4 years, 6 days ago2 Comments
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Not my fitting but bargain for those with the right bike
All popular fitments too, Fa142, fa145, fa158, fa188 (ebc eqv'), in stock locally ordered cheers op :)
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Suzuki SV650 Sport Motorcycle £500 Deposit and 0% Finance over 3 Years Total payment £5,221.00

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Suzuki are offering 0% finance across their range of motorcycles. This particular model, SV650 Sport, offers a bike with many abilities from commuting, track days, novice riding and general "hooning" Read More
Suzuki are offering 0% finance across their range of motorcycles. This particular model, SV650 Sport, offers a bike with many abilities from commuting, track days, novice riding and general "hooning"
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I know nothing about bikes but I want one and may treat myself shortly.

Some advice please guys - what licence do I need and how do I get one.

Cheers


You'll need to take a CBT after some lessons to get you used to riding then go on for a full motorcycle license. Usually means having 5 or 6 lessons (most do it over a couple of week, i did mine over 5 days)

I'm sure somepne can correct me but is there a motorbike theory test as well? I had to take a theory test but only because I didn't have to do one when i took driving lesseons as it didn't exist back then.

I'd suggest that you take an advanced riding school. Too many new riders are getting injured out there due to making silly mistakes.

Don't be too cheap on the clothing, but do make sure you get some. don't go riding in jeans and a jacket. even a slow speed slide will still give you serious burns. Buy a good fitting, brand new helmet, gloves and boots/shoes. you don't have to buy leathers, there are other materials for biking but if you're getting a big bike then leathers with well placed padding would be the wisest option.
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If you're looking for a spare jacket and are a 38, 40 or 42 then M & P still have some available for £25...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/367086/defender-motorbike-jacket-25-plus-5/


Cheers would be rude not to really!!!
GSX-R600 or R6 - so tempted!!!!
I know nothing about bikes but I want one and may treat myself shortly.

Some advice please guys - what licence do I need and how do I get one.

Cheers
Another thing to bear in mind is that three years is a long time, the finance company hope you will lose your job or miss payments because of some other reason..... thats when they will start charging you interest because you have defaulted on the deal.

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