Difference in SV650 Vs. SV1000 eHow

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The strength of every is the frame. The dimensions of both are extremely similar, but the SV650 a pressure-cast aluminum alloy frame, while the larger is built on a high-vacuum …-casting frame.


The SV1000’s suspension is sourced directly the GSXR600 sport bike. The adjustable stout front have 4.7 inches of travel, to the nimble 5.1 inches of travel the SV650’s 41mm damping rod fork system. Both use a fully adjustable rear but the SV1000 uses a piggyback-reservoir while the SV650 has a link-type shock.


Stopping the SV650 are 290mm floating front brakes and a single 240mm disc brake. The SV1000 are larger both in the front and with twin 310mm brakes.

Fuel Consumption

fuel out of its 4.7-gallon gas tank, the V-twin averages 41-city/54-highway per gallon. The total fuel range is 193-city/253-highway miles per The smaller 645cc V-twin’s gas tank averages 45-city/59-highway per gallon.

Its total fuel consumption is miles per tank.


a slightly larger bike the SV1000 has a 120/70-ZR17 front and a 180/55-ZR17 rear tire. tubeless, the SV650 has a 120/60-ZR17 MC tire and a 160/60-ZR17 MC rear

Dry Weight

Weighing in, the 2003 and SV650S bikes had a dry weight of 364 But in 2009, when the SV650 was dropped by Suzuki for the SFV650 its dry weight had increased from 82 to 446 pounds. At 408 pounds, the 2003 dry weight was merely 44 pounds than the smaller SV650.

Suzuki SV 1000 S ABS

However, by 2006, the SV1000SZ model had a dry weight of 412 pounds, the overall curb weight.

Turning the throttle and comparing the stats to the SV1000, the smaller loses in every category 0-to-60 mph. Contributing to the is the SV1000’s top speed of 160 mph. On a track, it clocks 10.95 at 125.8 mph. Going 60 mph, the SV1000 clocks seconds.

But increase the distance to 0-to-100 mph and the bike turns in a time of seconds.

On the flip side, the has an overall top speed of 135 mph. On a track, it travels the distance in seconds at 106.02 mph. measured going 0-to-60 it registers a time of 3.65

Increasing the distance does not the SV650’s time. Traveling 0-to-100 mph, the smaller registers 9.94 seconds.


One major difference in of the SV650 is the hundreds of aftermarket available to change its appearance and its performance. Plus, after all SV650 bikes had the option to an anti-lock braking system which the SV1000 never

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