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2013 Suzuki Sfv650 Sportbike on 2040-motos

US $7,999.00
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:1 ColorColor: BLACK
Location:

Kennewick, Washington, US

Kennewick, WA, US
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TypeType:Sportbike Stock NumberStock Number:Z00866 PhonePhone:8883999517

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2013 Suzuki SFV650, THE BRAND NEW GLADIUS 650! COME IN AND CHECK OUT THIS BRAND NEW SPORT TOURING BIKE! ASK FOR LANCE (509) 735-1117 2013 Suzuki SFV650 The SFV650 helps define a unique motorcycling experience. With a compact open trellis frame, aggressive styling, and a 645cc V-twin, double overhead camshaft power plant, the SFV650 appeals from the outside in. It's light crisp feel and smooth low to mid-range power delivery from the SFV650 just screams for a tour of your favorite road. Features Engine Each cylinder head features a compact combustion chamber with two 31mm intake valves set at 14 degrees from the cylinder centerline and two 25.5mm exhaust valves set at 16 degrees from the cylinder centerline. Each 39mm, extra-fine, 10-hole atomization injectors produce an average spray particle diameter that is improves combustion efficiency. Transmission A strong and smooth shifting 6-speed transmission. Clutch release mechanism is changed from ball-screw type to cam type system and the transmission gear engagement dogs are strengthened to help improve shifting of the six speed transmission. To reduce mechanical noise, a scissor type primary gear is split length wise with the two halves spring loaded, and the clutch and countershaft sprocket covers are now double layered for additional sound reduction. Chassis Compact trellis steel frame featuring 25 degree of rake and 104 mm of trail for stable and sporty handling with a beautiful look. Dual floating front brake discs measure 290mm in diameter and work with dual piston calipers single 240mm rear disc brake disc works with a single piston caliper. Single rear shock is connected to the rectangular-section steel swingarm through a progressive linkage which allows the suspension to react smoothly to bumps and improve overall ride comfort. Front forks feature 41mm stanchions with spring preload adjustability over a 15mm range and front wheel travel is 4.9 in. Additional Instrument cluster is positioned above the headlight and provides an analog tachometer, LCD digital speedometer, LCD dual trip-meters and odometer. An LCD digital clock, and LCD digital gear position indicator are also featured. Indicator lights include a two way remaining fuel warning lamp, backed up by an LCD digital reserve trip meter. Organically shaped multi reflector headlight incorporates high and low beams as well as a position light and flanked by chrome lens turn indicators. Compact combination tail and brake light is packaged neatly underneath the rear seat framed by stylish seat rails and also flanked by clear lens turn indicators.

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