Suzuki SV1000: history, specs, pictures
|Front Tire||120/70-17 '03-07|
|Rear Tire||180/55-17 '03-07|
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- 1 Intro
- 2 2003 SV1000
- 3 2004 SV1000
- 4 2005 SV1000
- 5 2006 SV1000
- 6 2007 SV1000S
- 7 Engine
- 8 Drive
- 9 Chassis
- 10 2003 - 2008 Suzuki SV 1000
- 11 2003 Suzuki SV1000S
- 12 2003 Suzuki SV1000
- 13 2004 Suzuki SV1000S
- 14 2005 Suzuki SV1000S
- 15 2006 Suzuki SV1000S
- 16 2006 Suzuki SV1000SZ
- 17 2007 Suzuki SV1000S
- 18 In Media
The SV1000 is loosely based on the TL1000R engine and is similiar to the engine used in the Vstrom 1000. It is the bigger brother of the Suzuki SV650
|Also called||SV 1000, SV1000SZ, SV 1000 SZ, SV1000S, SV 1000 S|
|Production||2003 - 2007|
|Engine||four-stroke, liquid cooled, 90 degree V-Twin, DOHC, 8-valves, TSCC|
|Bore / Stroke||99.1mm x 99.1mm|
|Horse Power||124.98 HP (93.2 KW) @ 6800RPM|
|Torque||75.24 ft/lbs (102.0 Nm) @ 7500RPM|
|Fuel system||Electronic Injection|
|Transmission||Gear box: 6 Speed, manual |
Final Drive: #530 chain
|Suspension||Front: Telescopic, cartridge-type, adjustable preload, adjustable compression and rebound damping |
Rear: Link-type, adjustable preload, adjustable compression and rebound damping
|Brakes||Front: Dual hydraulic discs |
Rear: Single hydraulic disc
|Wheelbase||56.3 inches (1430 mm)|
|Dimensions||L 82.09 inches (2085 mm)|
W 29.29 inches (744 mm)
H 46.06 inches (1170 mm)
|Seat height||31.5 inches (800 mm)|
|Weight||410.06 pounds (186.0 Kg) (dry), 186.0 kg (wet)|
|Fuel capacity||4.49 Gallon (17.00 Liters)|
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The Suzuki SV1000S was a four-stroke, liquid cooled, 90 degree V-Twin, DOHC, 8-valves, TSCC Sport/Touring motorcycle produced by Suzuki between 2003 and 2007. Max torque was 75.24 ft/lbs (102.0 Nm) @ 7500 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 124.98 HP (93.2 KW) @ 6800 RPM.
The engine was a liquid cooled four-stroke, liquid cooled, 90 degree V-Twin, DOHC, 8-valves, TSCC. A 99.1mm bore x 99.1mm stroke result in a displacement of just 996.0 cubic centimeters. Fuel was supplied via a double overhead cams/twin cam (dohc).
The bike has a 6 Speed, manual transmission. Power was moderated via the Wet, multi-plate, manual.
It came with a 120/70-ZR17 front tire and a 180/55-ZR17 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via Dual hydraulic discs in the front and a Single hydraulic disc in the rear. The front suspension was a Telescopic, cartridge-type, adjustable preload, adjustable compression and rebound damping while the rear was equipped with a Link-type, adjustable preload, adjustable compression and rebound damping. The SV1000S was fitted with a 4.49 Gallon (17.00 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 410.06 pounds (186.0 Kg). The wheelbase was 56.3 inches (1430 mm) long.
2003 - 2008 Suzuki SV 1000
The 2003 Suzuki SV 1000's chunky aluminium frame with conventional suspension and it works better than the TL 1000S ever did. The SV 1000's suspension’s not quite as good as pure sports bikes but it’s fine for most people. If you do lots of track days and fancy aftermarket shock and fork re-build will enable you to flick from peg to peg in an instant with no grief. Brakes on the Suzuki SV 1000 are strong but work best with fresh fluid.
2003 Suzuki SV1000S
The 2003 MY Suzuki SV1000S takes off where the big Bandit sort of left off, but the new direction is radically different. The SV1000S is what we could call a sport-all-rounder bike, built on a race-derived platform, and tweaked for everyday comfort. This new appearance in the liter class introduces all-out, sizzling hot semi-naked sportiveness, with an aggressive front cowl, dual headlights, a sharp chin and a massive trellis frame in display.
Make no mistake, the SV1000S is capable to put up a serious fight on the track, as well. With 116 hp and 102 Nm of torque, this 6-speed beast is a force to be reckoned with.
2003 Suzuki SV1000
With the final S missing from the name, the 2003 MY SV1000 is obviously a fully-naked machine for those who favor the raw looks of all-muscle bikes. A truly stunning sport machine, this 116 hp v-twin is a natural born canyon carver, but its revised ergonomics also make a great uber-commuter of it.
Compact and proudly showing off its truss-style aluminium frame and v-twin engine, the 2003 MY SV1000 screams its sporty nature. Definitely not a bike for new or inexperienced riders, this machine will put a big smile on the face of every customer.
2004 Suzuki SV1000S
The half-naked 2004 MY SV1000S delivers track-ready performance for the skilled rider. A full-fledged sport v-twin machine, the SV1000S is nothing short of a spectacular ride, as it produces 116 hp and 102 Nm of torque, ready to scorch the asphalt with a versatile 6-speed transmission.
This model year brings a seat lowered by 20mm and which offers a more comfortable riding position and a lowered subframe for better passenger seating. At the same time, the rear section was also tweaked for a more compact, improved appearance.
2005 Suzuki SV1000S
The 2005 MY SV1000S shows the same liter-class semi-naked excellence Suzuki has gotten us used to. For this model year, Suzuki went for a black frame, swingarm and matyching black wheels, adding to the aggressive sporty lines of the front cowl and pointy tail section.
The engine compression went up to 11.6:1, while the crank inertia was reduced by 20%. The throttle bodies have been also increased, while the airbox tube was reduced. Cam timing was tweaked and air pressure sensors now offer better fuel management.
2006 Suzuki SV1000S
The SV1000S is one of the benchmarks against which other naked bikes are tested, and the 2006 model year is no different. The handling is simply stunning, as the bike was engineered t provide sharp cornering and extreme agility in any scenario. It will be precise in the city, fast on the track or highway and very aggressive around the bends, providing the rider with ever more incentives to push his or her limits.
If you're after an uber-all-rounder and are not afraid to get some wind in your face, the 2006 MY SV1000S is one of the worthiest choices out there.
2006 Suzuki SV1000SZ
Living in Europe has its perks, and the SV1000SZ is just one of them. That is, being able to ride a v-twin sport bike with killer looks manufactured as a way to celebrate 2 decades of GSX-R history. So you'll basically get your awesome SV10000S sport bike in a GSX-R livery, and this is one thing you just don't run into everyday.
The bike comes with improved performance for a crisper acceleration and feel better than the previous model year. The design of the front cowl is unmistakable however, and even though some might be a little puzzled by the color scheme, the bright red SV lettering will eliminate any doubts.
2007 Suzuki SV1000S
Feel like mixing sport bike aggressiveness and all-rounder comfort and functionality? A closer looks at the 2007 MY SV1000S may reveal the end of your searches, as this bike packs sport and casual fun in ways other machines can only dream about. Plus, you get the unmistakable rumble of a sport-focused v-twin engine which has plenty to offer across the whole rev range.
The frame elements and wheels remain black, adding more sobriety to the bike, while the pointy front cowl and chin spoiler leave no room for interpretations: this bike can go really fast. Still, comfort was not ignored, as the windscreen and the riding position will allow you to spend a lot of time in the seat of the 2007 MY SV1000S.