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The SV1000S is Home.. pics

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    The SV1000S is Home.. pics

    My Brother just picked her up...
    He is already complaining about how lean the thing runs...LOL
    Looks like we have somw work to do to set that bad boy up!

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    The SV1000S is Home.. pics

    Real nice.

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    Re: The SV1000S is Home.. pics

    Originally posted by TLRMan
    My Brother just picked her up...
    He is already complaining about how lean the thing runs...LOL
    Looks like we have somw work to do to set that bad boy up!
    how do you tell if it runs lean or not?

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    The SV1000S is Home.. pics

    Cycles 128?

    looks sweet, mang

    sat on wunna them bad boys @ the bike show down in NYC... got me to thinking...

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    The SV1000S is Home.. pics

    Badda bing...that's a nice machine...

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    very nice

    i would love to hear the 1000 v-twin with a modified exhaust. That must sound so sweet.

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    Re: Re: The SV1000S is Home.. pics

    Originally posted by Kham
    how do you tell if it runs lean or not?
    They are all set up lean for emission reasons...It likes to pop thru the throttle bodies, if you whack the throttle...

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    so that's bad?

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    Seating

    TLRMan,

    How does you brother like the seating. I managed to sit on one the other day. Seems agressive (compaired to my Bandit) for a long ride. I would be curious if he has done at least 1 hour worth of semi-straight riding yet.

    Thanks.

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    The SV1000S is Home.. pics

    Originally posted by need4speed
    Real nice.
    ^^ What he said.

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    The SV1000S is Home.. pics

    Originally posted by Kham
    so that's bad?
    For 2-strokers it definitely is... For 4-strokes I believe it just limits amount of gas that gets burned for the power stroke(and probably reduces power a little bit). Lubing is done by crankcase oil so I don't think it hurts the engine like it would on a 2-cycle.

    Does fuel provide any lubing on a 4-cycle engine?

    They do lot's of things to pass US emissions & sound regs.
    My Duc was geared wayyy too tall for those reasons. First mod was to add a larger rear sproket.

    TLR, that bike is sweet. Nice choice. L-twin?!?!

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    The SV1000S is Home.. pics

    considering I haven't ridden it yet, just sitting on it, it is a better position than the TLR..I could be pretty comfy on it I think...
    I just gotta wait till my brother gets tired of it I guess, before he will let me take it out for a wheel!

    Suspension comes thru set too soft from the factory too, first thing on the agenda, is to tighten it up a bit.

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    The SV1000S is Home.. pics

    Originally posted by TLRMan
    Suspension comes thru set too soft from the factory too, first thing on the agenda, is to tighten it up a bit.
    standard suzuki factory suspension setup is for what, a 120 lb person? 150? something like that...

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    oh, it's going to be one of THOSE days, huh?

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    nice!!!
    you know greg, you're not all bad, no matter what T says about ya!.


    i bet his SV doesn't make a bunch of weird sounds and run funny right now though.

    and i bet that cost more than my falco... probably why it doesn't make those weird running sounds.



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    i bet if it would start, my sv would make some pretty funny sounds.

    you prick.

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    The SV1000S is Home.. pics

    the only sounds that *thing* that used to be your SV makes these days is metal scraping as it gets dragged from one place to another. (against its will)


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    The SV1000S is Home.. pics

    I CAUGHT IT BEFORE THE CHANGE!!!!!

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    The SV1000S is Home.. pics

    Originally posted by suppoz
    I CAUGHT IT BEFORE THE CHANGE!!!!!
    yeah, i decided that wasn't quite appropriate for wide release.

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