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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 5th January 2020, 08:57 AM Thread Starter
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Question-Re: factory Suzuki chin spoiler

I have an '03 real N. Would the genuine Suzuki chin spoiler bolt right up, or is the N missing the frame holes needed?
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I have an '03 real N. Would the genuine Suzuki chin spoiler bolt right up, or is the N missing the frame holes needed?
As long as you have the chin spoiler mounting brackets on your bike, an '03 chin spoiler will fit. I know this for a fact because I had a repainted '03 chin spoiler on my blue naked SV1000 for awhile.

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Russ is right. You'll need the mounting brackets.
I've had one on my naked for years.
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Presumptigating he means the under engine cowl.....

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Did the mounting brackets come new with it when you purchased as a Genuine Suzuki Accessory, or did you have to order it separately?
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Must be ordered separately.

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Thanks....last question. On the true "N" models, do you have to drill frame holes for it, or are they already there, like on the "S" models?
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Frame holes ?

Are we talking about the little spoiler under the engine ? If so, it just needs brackets at the rear
that fix to the engine, and the oil cooler has another bracket that fixes to it to take the front mounts....

If its the main fairing you are refering to, then you will need the speedo bracket with the fairing stays
and the brackets back near the top of the radiator

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Yes, I'm referring to the little fairing under the motor. Thanks guys
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So you need

94530-06G00 RH Bracket x 1
94540-06G00 LH Bracket x 1
94520-06G00 Bracket (oil cooler add on) x 1
09320-09016 Cushion x 4
11178-12F10 Bolt x 4

Thats all you need.....

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Dude, you're awesome... Thank you!
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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 10th February 2020, 03:27 AM Thread Starter
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Another question, would these parts also work to mount a chin spoiler to an '07 SV650S?
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No.....the brackets are all designed to fit the engine cases on the 1000...


The 650 never had that spoiler as a part....
You could do it, but you would have make the hanger brackets.....

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Well, you just taught me something. I assumed Suzuki made chin spoilers for the SV650 too, because I had seen a few aftermarket ones.

Did Suzuki ever make an SV1000 in paint code YHL (candy sonoma red)?

If so, I wouldn't mind having the brackets custom fabricated to mount up the spoiler from an SV1000
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If you do a search on a parts site for the part number of the chin spoiler, with YHL on the end as the paint code, it will show it....

94471-16G00-YHL......which form my searching, comes up with nothing sorry.....

If you can get a good second hand one you will get a paint shop to mix and load aerosol cans with the right colour.....if they cant pull up the paint code, then you would have to take a painted item with you and they should be able to scan match it.... Probably the front guard would be easiest to remove....

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