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Old 03-03-2011, 03:03 PM   #1
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Question SV650 Fairings?

My question is, I have SV650 '05, and I'm not a big fan of the naked look, but love my bike and want to add fairings to it to have it look more like a sports model. Can someone point me in direction of where I can get them, and someone who could install, I live in Clear Lake area.
And I'm also a fairly new bike owner, less than a year, so I don't speak tech too much just yet. Help please?
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Old 03-03-2011, 03:22 PM   #3
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It's yellow, but I want to paint it, and can't remember exactly but about 15k
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do you want full fairings or the S model look?

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Parts 1, 2 & 16 to start.

Would still need fairing stay (36), instrument panel surround (15) and a set of clipons.

That being said, i believe wiring harness is different between S and N models, so if you gauges don't mount into fairing stay, it may require modification of harness.

I have a rashed upper that I'd give you, but it will need plastic welding and likely some sort of filler.
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Old 03-03-2011, 08:09 PM   #6
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Where would I get the other two parts? And where would I be able to take it to have them put on? Maybe they can do welding too? Thank you for all the help so far.
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Spend sometime on SVrider checking out the bike of the month threads. You could start simple with a set of clipons (ala streetfighter), and all that would take is modifying you headlight brackets. From there, you could start to piece other parts together. You might try posting in wanted section for a complete S Model upper.
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Spend sometime on SVrider checking out the bike of the month threads. You could start simple with a set of clipons (ala streetfighter), and all that would take is modifying you headlight brackets. From there, you could start to piece other parts together. You might try posting in wanted section for a complete S Model upper.
I get alot of the parts for my SV from Oneida Suzuki at oneidasuzuki.com

Spend some time on svrider looking at pictures and decide what you want to do. I prefer the half-fairing of the older S models to the fully faired 08 and 09 models, but you will just have to see what you like.
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I feel stupid asking, but what is the difference between half-fairing/S models, and full fairings? Talking about rear seat/tail and rear fender?
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the half fairing S model only has a top fairing (windscreen and controls area) but the engine exposed...

the full fairing covers the engine like a sport bike

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seat, tail, tank and top fairing are the same...full faired just has the lower added.
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So then can I start with the half fairing then and add the lower fairing after? Because I definitely like the full fairing look much more.
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So then can I start with the half fairing then and add the lower fairing after? Because I definitely like the full fairing look much more.
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