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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-07-2002, 12:23 PM Thread Starter
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Talking New SV

hey all! i know i haven't been around much. been really busy considering i'm not even working right now.

anyhow, most of ya would remember me as her93zx6 (amy to you smackdown crew on the east coast).

i wanted to show off the new SV.



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Wow!

Great transformation and very stylish. Nice leathers too Girl!

Have a good time with the "new" toy.

Cheers,

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is that really the same bike, what was done to it, how much did it cost exactly, maybe my next bike will be an sv
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Bike looks like a charm. Hard to believe the 'before' & 'afterword' bit. Good riding gear as well. My compliments for that is an attractive bike to look at.
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Where's the shark and cb antenna?
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Nice ride!
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is that really the same bike, what was done to it, how much did it cost exactly, maybe my next bike will be an sv
thanks guys. appreciate the compliments.

yep, it's the same bike. mods already done:

airtech SV-ATX full fairing with seat cowl $595 i believe
FZR mirrors $40
SVS clip-ons used $50
Sargent seat $188 AZ Motorsports
Home made pipe- Micron slipon from CBR1100XX $50 off ebay, another stock exhaust system $55 used.
FreeStreetDesign Undertray unpainted - $120
FreeStreetDesign Hugger/chainguard unpainted - $90
Progressive front springs - $65 AZ Motorsports
Snorkelectomy on airbox - $0
Paint & Supplies for paint (including sandpaper, primer, thinner, etc.) $225 Did the paint ourselves
Bar ends $11
Frame Sliders $20 off ebay
Fork protectors NOJ $13
EMGO Footpegs $17
Carbon Fiber Gas Cap Cover (to cover up the Suzuki emblem) $15
Pro Grip hand grips $9
Tank Slapper Clear tank protectors $15

More mods to come...

Those are off the top of my head. So the total of that plus the cost of the bike (5400 brand new out the door) It's still about the same price as a brand new 600 sportbike, yet it looks like none other out there...It took about a month's worth of time to do ev'rything. If that.


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rug burn-the antenna is hiding underneath my rear seat strapped to the subframe. the shark has been retired. he's had a hard long life. however, at the last smackdown, rcjohn and his widdle woman gave me a shark horn. he doesn't fit anymore.

tamara-i just sent ya an email girl.

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post #9 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-08-2002, 07:24 AM
 
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Looks awesome!
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Neat job Amy... looking forward to seeing it this summer. Very unique work.
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