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2006 Suzuki Sv650 Sportbike on 2040-motos

US $3,800.00
YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:40 ColorColor: Blue

Solana Beach, California, US

Solana Beach, CA, US
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Suzuki SV tech info

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Suzuki SV description

2006 Suzuki Sv650 , For sale is my 2006 Suzuki SV650. I have been riding this bike the last 3-years and has been one of my favorite motorcycles. Very nimble & light weight, extremely quick & torquey and a blast to take through the open roads & twisties. Bike has been taken care of very well. All maintenance has been kept up, oil changes, air filter, sprockets, tires, etc. I have had ZERO problems with the bike and it rides like brand new. This bike needs NOTHING and is ready to go. Has 40,500 miles which is nothing for these bikes and will go for another 40k no problem. Has been garage stored all its life, never seen rain, never crashed, laid down or even tipped over. No major scratches, cracks or scrapes. Does have a dime size dent on side of gas tank, but that is all. Beautiful blue paint & black accents makes this bike a head turner! A few tasteful mods have been done: - Yoshimura exhaust - PowerCommander 3 - Lowered street-fighter handlebars - Flip out bar end mirrors - Fender eliminator kit w LED license plate light - 4 LED flush amber bulb turn signals - OEM frame sliders (no damage) - Non slip tank leg-pads - Carbon Tank & triple neck protectors - Plasti-Dip black pegs, brackets, shrouds, etc - New front brake pads (have not been installed yet) - Stock rear shovel scoop & signals included Bike has a CLEAN title fully paid and in my name ready to be transferred to new owner. Registration is current and insurance is

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