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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 12th June 2019, 12:52 AM Thread Starter
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Front 650 seat on a 1000 ???

Had a hunt around but can't find an answer so will a front seat from an 2005 sv650 fit a 2005 sv1000?
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45100-16G41-W05 is the SV650 & S part number...2004 upwards

45100-16G32-W05 is the SV1000 & S part number.... 2004 upwards

I was always under the impression that they were the same.... as long as they shared
the same "bent" rail subframe..... maybe they are different after all....unless it just the cover material that causes a part number difference

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According to these posts, they are interchangeable (remembering that '04 and onward SV1000S and '03 naked SV1000 seats are the same, the 2003 SV1000S is the black sheep ) :

https://www.sv-portal.com/forums/1852315634-post4.html

https://www.sv-portal.com/forums/38-...50-sv650s.html

https://www.sv-portal.com/forums/38-...50-1000-a.html


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45100-16G41-W05 is the SV650 & S part number...2004 upwards

45100-16G32-W05 is the SV1000 & S part number.... 2004 upwards

I always thought the last 2 digits only referred to a revision number.
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I have an 04 650 and an 04 1000 and the seats are all interchangeable
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Thanks to everyone for the replies, I was a little worried about wearing a hole in the tank.

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I remember my Sargent having two different sized foam blocks to use on the bottom depending on whether you were using it for a 650 or 1000, perhaps just to account for securing the slightly different battery sizes.
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I remember my Sargent having two different sized foam blocks to use on the bottom depending on whether you were using it for a 650 or 1000, perhaps just to account for securing the slightly different battery sizes.
Noted, will double check the foam when I put it on the bike thanks.
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i will concur, looking at the parts fiche there are different pads..... cant for the life of me think why....

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My understanding is that the 650 battery is the same width and length but slightly shorter, so the extra foam keeps it pressed into the bottom of the battery box.
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Yeah, i think you might be right there.....easy fix, pad the battery up with high density foam....

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I did end up buying a seat from a 2005 650, it didn't have the sponge that sat on the battery so I glued on a piece of strong foam in its place and it sits nicely on the battery. The rubber pads which were on the seat when I got it were almost flat so I took those off and replaced them with the pads off the original seat as they were exactly the same, it's on the bike right now and it feels ok.

I've cut the 650 seat up quite a bit to give it a different shape and it feels not too bad, it's still a work in progress.
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I got my seat re-padded years ago, as the original stuff just squashes too much, which leaves the cover loose and it folds up and cracks down the middle....
The fella who did it ground back the original stuff and then put a medium density memory foam on, then he shaped it a bit, and then glued high density
memory foam on top of that and finished shaping that..... new gripper type cover went on....awesome....
That foam has been there for 9 years now and i have had the cover replaced once since....the foam has never squashed out, or lost its shape in all that time though......

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I got my seat re-padded years ago, as the original stuff just squashes too much, which leaves the cover loose and it folds up and cracks down the middle....
The fella who did it ground back the original stuff and then put a medium density memory foam on, then he shaped it a bit, and then glued high density
memory foam on top of that and finished shaping that..... new gripper type cover went on....awesome....
That foam has been there for 9 years now and i have had the cover replaced once since....the foam has never squashed out, or lost its shape in all that time though......
Good to know thanks
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