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Up for sale is my 2005 SV1000. This was a Team Vesrah Race bike. It is a great bike with tons of torque and great power. This bike won me the 2010 Northeast and Mid Atlantic WERA Novice Championships in both Heavyweight Twin Superstock and Superbike classes. In fact it won every race entered except one (I hate Nelson). This bike came straight from the factory to Team Vesrah and has never been titled. I have the MSO Certificate.

Specs:
Superstock engine built by Mark Junge
Power Commander USB
Professionally tuned by Karns Performance (Jason kicks Ass!)
Vortex rear sets (extra parts for brake and shifter)
Woodcraft Clip-ons
GPR steering Damper (Rebuilt last year by GPR)
Traxxion AK20 cartridges in forks (Rebuilt last year by traxxion)
Penske rear shock (Rebuilt last year by Penske)
SS front brake lines with vesrah pads
Full M4 Exhaust (Repacked and serviced last week)
05 gsxr hotbodies bodywork
Rk 520 chain new last year
Woodcraft sliders
Custom seat
Extra sprockets

$3900

You can reach me at [email protected]






 

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What model brake pads were you running and are you using stock disks? What was the feel, wear and wet weather use like?
 

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What model brake pads were you running and are you using stock disks? What was the feel, wear and wet weather use like?
Vesrah Pads with stock rotors. In order to compete in the Superstock class the rotors are required to be Stock. Brakes on this are great. I've done races and track days in the rain and they work as well as they do dry.
 

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Vesrah Pads with stock rotors. In order to compete in the Superstock class the rotors are required to be Stock. Brakes on this are great. I've done races and track days in the rain and they work as well as they do dry.
Part number please!
 
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