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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 13th May 2019, 11:49 PM Thread Starter
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2005 SV1000S Woolich Log Box Sharealike Mod

I'm selling my SV1000S. I haven't posted a lot but have been on here for a long time and learned so much but its time to let it go. I have it listed on craigslist and offer up for $4500 but am open to offers, particularly from someone from the forum that knows and appreciated all the detail. Here's some info:


https://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/m...888254416.html

Located in Marysville, WA 98271

Runs great. All normal SV1000 issues have been addressed. I'll list as much as I can. We'll cared for.

Sharealike clutch basket modification to eliminate the play that developes in these bikes. Chudder.

Flywheel magnets have been reattached with industrial 2 part specific magnet adhesive. They like to break free and into pieces. That is no longer a concern.

The Back Torque Limiter has been professionally welded solid to make clutch take-up as smooth as butter.

The in tank fuel filter has been bypassed and a high quality billet aluminum and stainless cleanable fuel filter added. Helps with fuel pressure a lot.

An Eastern Beaver headlight relay and RR wiring kits have been added. Really helped headlight brightness and better system voltage.

Woolich Racing Log Box and oxygen sensor have been installed to be able to record your bike while it goes and make modifications to the fuel mapping, STV mapping, timing, etc.

Almost new Metzler M7RR Sportech tires. Less than 1000 miles on them. Super sticky but with good wet performance and decent wear life.

Almost new gold chain and sprockets with plus 2 teeth in the back for better acceleration.

Speedo healer to make the speedometer read correctly after the gear change.

SV Racing Parts raised clip on with Venhill braided brake lines and motion pro clutch and throttle cables.

Clutch and brake master cylinders from a ZX14. Much higher quality and feel.

Almost new battery kept on battery tender.

Includes lower side fairings and tail cowl. Need mounting hardware for the lower fairings though.

Has Yoshimura race cans with removable quiet inserts and Chewy's angle spacers to make the cans parallel to the bike instead of angled out.

Has mirror spacers for a better view behind. Makes a big difference.

Suzuki gel seat. Much more comfortable than stock.

21000 miles, tipped over once in driveway otherwise never been down. No dents but a few scuffs from normal wear and tear.

Ready to ride. Starts up quick...
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 14th May 2019, 03:14 AM
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Lots of stuff done...

Interested in the fuel filter arrangement you did.... any pics or diagrams of what you did ?
I reckon we could all be interested in that.....

I might no' be a smart man Jenny....but i can pain' ma copper colored bike a dif'ren color.....
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Lots of stuff done...

Interested in the fuel filter arrangement you did.... any pics or diagrams of what you did ?
I reckon we could all be interested in that.....
There are links to the Vstrom forum on here somewhere, Recoil rob is one that comes to mind that's done it.
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Yeah, cool.....found it...might just do that....being easily serviceable, i can see it, ignore it like i do most things, and then wonder later why i let it block up when it was so easy to work on....

Ryco Z200 is equivelant to the WIX at Supercheap Auto for $18

(herein lies the lesson on my approach to life)

I might no' be a smart man Jenny....but i can pain' ma copper colored bike a dif'ren color.....
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Don't laugh but here's the missing link
https://www.vstrom.info/Smf/index.php/topic,6105.0.html
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Excellent. The pics on the Haybus forum show what is meant by the green o-ring.... I was a little confused, thinking that it was refering to the one in the connector.....

I was thinking that, with reference to plastic swarf getting into the filter when drilling the hole, that a little grease in the flutes of the drill will trap the swarf and taking 3 goes at the hole and wiping the dirty grease off each time would stop 99% of that getting into the housing....

Also found a smaller diameter filter that would do the job at about 50mm but it is 200mm overall.... (can trim the tube ends maybe)

The WIX filter that has been talked about is 59mm..and 138 overall length

For Oz guys Z629 Ryco or Wesfil WZ629 which i think is a Mazda filter
is the 200mm overall length one.
And the local (close equivelant) Ryco Z200 is 138mm overall but apparently only 54mm diameter.....
Even smaller is the Ryco Z622 at 51mm but 144mm overall.... again the tails are a little long but can be trimmed....but, i think that the tails are designed to be used with the same fitting as the SV fuel hose....and you can buy straight versions of those on ebay for no much money......

I might no' be a smart man Jenny....but i can pain' ma copper colored bike a dif'ren color.....
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Lowered my price to $3800 on my listing. Would still give a better deal to a forum member.

Thanks for looking.
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