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Old 07-21-2010, 01:35 PM   #1
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Very cool SV650 dirtbike!

Found this a while back, not sure of details on it, but think it was an italian chap. I see much potential in this; better front end...slightly modded bodywork. Talk about a desert monster.


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Old 07-21-2010, 02:44 PM   #2
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Cool Bike!

So nice!
Any one able to get more info on the mods?
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Old 07-21-2010, 02:57 PM   #3
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The only thing I've been able to find is that it's a "one-off" done by an Italian guy.
SV650 Off Road in Actions during Italian Baja last month. Rider Gaspare Momesso. Also i am going to sell the entire kit for enduro : $ 1900
This kit include the following parts:

Front wheels complete of disk brake and special axel ( 21 inch )
Front fork Marzocchi Magnum 45 (tr.TU Gold)
Home made aluminum alloy triple clamp ( very expensive labor )
Brake system complete ( Nissing )
Rear Shock Absorber with spring
Rear brake system complete of aluminum brake support ( home made )
Rear wheels complete of disk brake and special axel and rear sprocket spacer ( 18 inch )
Left and right footpad with aluminum support and links ( very expensive labor )
Aluminum seat support
Aluminum battery support including special extra light powerful battery (KTM Yuasa )
Seat and rear fender ( Husaberg )
Front and rear sprockets ( 14 / 50 ) including Regina gold OR chain 420
2 link for rear arm
Chain guard
Carbonium/Kevlar Gas tank ( 7.5 liters )
Carbonium Silencer ( very loud )
Hand Guard and front light
Skid Plate
All of the above is used and was installed on the SV 650 in the Pictures.



I also found this one;

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Old 07-23-2010, 08:58 AM   #4
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Any plans for a similar kit for the "pointy" (K3 onwards) SV650s?
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Old 08-06-2013, 03:25 PM   #5
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7.5 liters wont' cut it for an ADV World bike. Otherwise, I luv it.
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Old 08-08-2013, 07:26 AM   #6
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7.5 liters wont' cut it for an ADV World bike. Otherwise, I luv it.
one of the Calgary guys did something similar.
RMZ450 complete front end, 18 inch rear wheel, varadero tank (yeah you read it right)

I've gone down a different path, to build on budget: http://thetenerist.wordpress.com/201...strom-build-2/

the bike is vastly improved over the stock. I installed 2 inch raising links on it, that make it insanely high (v-strom 1000 seat makes it even higher). I will go to a 1" link for a bit more clearance, and decent mount/dismount height.
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Old 08-08-2013, 01:09 PM   #7
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The first "dual-sported" 650 I saw was right after the naked SV version was first introduced. When was that? Ah, 99. I recall the pic but no other details other than it looked great. Similar to all these. Didn't take long for Suz to get on the band wagon with the 'STroms.
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