2007 sv650 body parts.. Laid it down :(((

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  1. srt6

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    Body that surrounds the headlight housings
    If your looking at the bike right headlight
    Right turn signal
    Back brake lever
    Right frame slider base

    Thanks for looking anything helps :)))
     
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    Also radiator
    The mount for the tach speedo and whatnot it's two metal bars that bolt on the neck
    More prob to come as I take more apart and find more
     
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    anyone?
     
  4. Devil_Doc

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    I'd look at bent bikes, ebay and craigslist. Also, check out companies that do race skins, you might find what you need. Sharkskinz, etc.. Did you have sliders? I got the rear brake pedal from Hong Kong off ebay for $28 shipped, IIRC. Looks exactly like OEM.
     
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    Bent Bike is garbage, don't waste your time.
     
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    Dick. lol.. Finding perfect fairing pieces for sport bikes can be tough, but every time i've been to the Lynwood store, i've always seen lots of parts for SVs. It can also be a good place for hardware, like mounting tabs, and misc.
     
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    Ah, I went to the one in Renton and it was a complete waste of time, there was pretty much 0% sport bike parts.
     
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    Never been to the Renton store.
     
  9. srt6

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    okay ill check bent bike its right down the street!! i have frame sliders it broke the base on the side i went down on. somehow even with sliders the radiator got bent its still fine just bent... but from the bottom up kinda wierd is there bigger ones...? thanks for the help :)
     
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    I'd call first.. If i'm reading your post right, the base of the slider snapped when you went down? Guessing that means you had no-cut sliders? What brand, and how fast were you going? Again, not sure if i'm reading this right, but are you asking if there is a bigger type of slider?

    I don't think Gannon or I mind helping, but a little punctuation would go a long way towards understanding your questions. Not being mean, just sayin..
     
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    Sorry I am mildly lazy illiterate... Okay YES it has no cut sliders, the base is like a 90 degree deal bolts to the frame and comes to the hole in the fairing. I was going 30 on I5 and a guy about 50' infront of me jammed his breaks crazy hard. I grabbed a bit too much front brake before i could release it to reapply, the bars cocked to the left and threw me to the ground mainly made me really pissed... Ive been riding for 2 yrs on road and like 10 offroad never had this happen before, i guess you always have more to learn.

    Parts list for 2007 Suzuki SV650S with lower fairing:

    -Upper/headlight fairing
    -headlight
    -rear brake pedal
    -NO CUT frame slider base right side if sitting on bike !!PURCHASED!!!
    -the frame for gauges, fairing, and headlight
    -radiator
    -turn signal-- do you guys have any input on flush mount? or stick with factory?

    PAINT COLOR DOESN'T MATTER ITS A CUSTOM COLOR...

    thinking about aftermarket exhaust. slip on or full i like the m4
     
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    Last edited: May 25, 2012
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    no cut frame sliders brand unknown...
     
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    that is correct 30 and it ripped almost all the way through the metal. I'm kinda thinking they are the factory supports and pucks were installed on the ends. I might be wrong idk.
    THANKS for the link i ordered those puppies.
     
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    I've crash tested my trex no cut sliders at well over 30. No snapping.. lol.
     
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    very good im glad i ordered them. I checked out bent bike they had older sv stuff but still a cool place to check out.
     
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    ill post a pic of the old support when i replace
     
  18. Devil_Doc

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    It didn't damage your frame, did it?
     
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    no frame looks fine to me. the support looks super weak so im glad it gave instead of the frame!!!
     
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    The lower fairing on the side with the broken slider has a crack about inches long starting from where the puck is located. Is there a way to repair without replacing?
     
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