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How fast is a SV1000S?

How fast is a SV1000S?

Suzuki SV1000S top speed is 152 mph

Suzuki SV1000S Top Speed And Acceleration
Speed Time
SS/KM 20.48 @ 147 mph
SS/Mile 29.45 @ 151 mph
Top Speed 152 mph

Is an sv1000 a sport bike?

The Suzuki SV1000S is a V-twin powered sportbike that Suzuki made between 2003-2007. Suzuki was making other, similar bikes at the time, like the lower-spec Suzuki SV650, and the much more advanced superbikes like the Suzuki GSX-R1000.

How much horsepower does a sv1000 have?

108 hp
Suzuki SV1000

Manufacturer Suzuki Motor Corporation
Bore / stroke 98.0 mm × 66.0 mm (3.86 in × 2.60 in)
Compression ratio 11.6:1
Top speed 237 km/h (147 mph)
Power 81 kW (108 hp) (rear wheel) 89 kW (120 hp) @ 9,000 rpm (claimed)

Is the Suzuki sv1000s a good bike?

The Suzuki SV1000 was designed to be a cost-effective, big bike which could handle its own on the road and the track. It is incredibly similar to the old TL1000S and in fact, the engine is almost identical but the SV1000 comes with a better price-tag and some noticeable improvements.

Are sv1000s reliable?

Reliability & build quality Build quality seems to be a Suzuki problem lately and the SV1000 is no exception. Suzuki SV1000 owners report annoying problems, mainly corrosion and poor finish. Reliability problems are rarer with the SV1000, especially as owners tend to look after their bikes.

Can you wheelie a SV1000?

For a wheelie from a standing start, you need to experiment. Try dropping the clutch at 11,000 rpm at first. If you flip it over backwards, just knock off 1000 rpm at a time until it just comes up nicely and stays there.

Is the Suzuki SV1000 worth the money?

The Suzuki SV1000 is a purpose built big capacity, sensibly priced, road going sporty V-twin. Ok, the engine’s nicked from Suzuki’s old TL1000S but the rest of the SV1000 is all-new yet the price tag is very reasonable new or used. The faired Suzuki SV1000 ‘S’ version has lower bars but is the better all-rounder.

Do fairings ruin the lines of a Suzuki SV1000?

Additional fairing side panels can ruin the lines of the Suzuki SV1000 and make the engine run hot. How much to insure? 2003: Original Suzuki SV1000 and Suzuki SV1000S models launched.

What makes the SV1000’s frame so special?

The SV1000’s (and ’03 and later SV650) frame used the precision die-casting technology that was quickly becoming prevalent on all sportbikes by ’03. This not only allowed Suzuki engineers to make it simpler and lighter, but also “tune” the rigidity in certain sections for optimum performance.

How much does it cost to service a SV1000?

Certainly a bike to add to the bucket list! Annual servicing cost: £150 My Second SV1000 is the slightly nicer SZ version, limited to 1500 units world wide is a modest but respectable improvement over the already decent standard S model. Fast blasts on the UK’s bumpy roads & touring over distance (with a pillion) is a piece of cake.