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Old 07-03-2009, 01:22 AM   #1
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Have a sv650 08 model want to change out my handlebars for clampons and put different headlight. Anybody have any ideas for me

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well actually, i have a 1st gen sv650 you should ask everyon at the july 4th ride what they thought

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well actually, i have a 1st gen sv650 you should ask everyon at the july 4th ride what they thought


hey everybody... what?

OP check out google's results. some of the clipons that you find will be adjustable for height and angle. those are good, but a good bit more money. check out and see if anyone can sell you some used 2nd gen clipons. all you need should be the top triple tree, the left clipon, and the right clipon. you can also go with a set of nonadjustable aftermarket clipons, such as vortex for not a whole lot more than the stock setup would cost you. the vortex kit should include the left and right clipon bars and 2 mounts. no tree business.

also, try and find an sv with clipons already on it that you can take for a test drive. i went and bought a stock clipon setup for my 01 sv last year and wound up hurting in that position after a short time. so i sold the stuff i had just bought and took a good $40-50 loss out of the deal
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Old 08-06-2009, 12:53 AM   #7
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ya used to have an sv and wanted to do the same thing. Trust me, you'll miss how comfortable it used to be if you change it, and you're really just wasting money. If Suzuki meant for the SV to have clip would. And I think you would have to drill a hole in your triple clamp.
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We just put Suburban Machinery Bars on Crystal's SV650. They are the type 2 bars and she seems to like them.
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