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Old 09-19-2007, 07:51 AM   #21
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He said, she said, I heard, rumor has it, friend of a friend told me... guess if you subscribe to that kind of feedback, "" is good enough.

On the other hand, if you do some research, and talk to owners of the bikes, you'll get a different story.
I found the article, I'll have to scan it, and post it up.
the guys at motorcyclist were more impressed with the "mini-v-rod" than they were the SV-wanna-be. [They didn't particularly like the SV-wanna-be]
and the bikes they built for suzuki were small scooter moped bikes, and for the Korean market only.
the reason their motor looks a lot like the SV is, they reacruited or "head hunted" [as the article says] guys away from suzuki, and copied the motor, however there are enough differences to make performance below that of the SV
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Old 09-19-2007, 06:44 PM   #22
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The cruiser version got much better reviews I noticed. The SV version got ok reviews, but not as good as the Suzuki. Hyundai Heavy Equipment is noted for its enormous platform oil equipment, rigs, and cargo ships. Billion dollar company, cars are not their specialty believe it or not. They gave me a thumbs down when I asked. Not sure why, maybe somebody knocked up someones' cousin, I'll never know. I hope yours turns out to be fun as and parts aren't hard to find.
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