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Suzuki SV 650 ABS

2008 SV 650 ABS

2008 Suzuki SV 650 ABS

It’s safe to say that the Suzuki SV line changes the of world biking forever. the SV’s speed onto the back in 1999, there very few choices for new riders for an easy-to-ride yet sporty and … bike. The fact that SV went through the roof from the beginning helped a lot of motorcycle manufacturers in to this consumer demand for a desirable bike that’s affordable.

In fact, the Suzuki SV line was so during its day that it helped in an entirely new generation of motorcycles then on: compact, standard … bikes.

Specifically as an urban-friendly motorcycle that can much handle any road and condition you throw its way, the SV had no competition during its launch featuring less-than-intimidating styling, ergonomics, easy-to-reach handlebars, a foot peg position, and excellent clearance — all ensuring the in rider comfort.

A combination of handling, light curb a sturdy chassis built of and a powerful V-Twin engine delivered 43 pounds of torque and 64 the Suzuki SV offered extensive for both beginners and experts. The generation of the SV featured a 645cc 90 degree V-twin engine, exhaust cams borrowed other Suzuki TL bikes, arranged crank and transmission designed to reduce engine and length, a rear cylinder pipe that routed the swing arm, an internal pump, and all-electric instrument across its dash area.

Second generation Suzuki launched in 2003, received a extensive overhaul in terms of exterior design and engine At first riders were a bit with the new SV’s more aggressive appearance, but eventually the detractors were won over its slate of improvements: new lighter aluminum truss frame, new with revised rear caliper mounting, handy preload adjusters, new exhaust, LED light configurations, brand new speedometer display, a slight increase of a mere 15mm, and a new fuel injection/induction system replaced the carburetor.

The next phase for the Suzuki SV in 2005. The bike came with a color matched visor with a center now composed of a sleeker, smoke-cleared entirely altering the previous of the cockpit area. Also, the brake cylinder head liquid reservoir) got a slight to its styling.

Lastly, the radiator was redesigned, a 40mm narrower than on models of the SV.

Suzuki SV 650 ABS
Suzuki SV 650 ABS

New For 2008

The 2008 SV features new twin spark cylinder heads designed to engine combustion and reduce emissions.

Newly designed compact 645 cc, 90 eight-valve liquid-cooled V-twin specifically tuned for strong low to mid rpm Plus, the SV’s 90 degree eliminates vehicular vibration the need for a counterbalancing mechanism, helps to keep the engine and compact.

The SV’s crankcase has shortened as well, thanks to its vertically stag-gered six-speed

Suzuki’s Dual Throttle System (SDTV) helps to air velocity along the intake for low-to-mid rpm throttle response and a torque output.

The bike’s area has been made compact, including analog LCD speedometer, odometer/tripmeters, temperature plus an LCD clock and low fuel light

Suzuki SV 650 ABS
Suzuki SV 650 ABS
Suzuki SV 650 ABS
Suzuki SV 650 ABS
Suzuki SV 650 ABS
Suzuki SV 650 ABS

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