Updates from Russia: Triton Titanium Gravel Rig…

So I’ve been purging, because of some big news on the horizon my space will be more limited. I sadly sold off the Eriksen, and I have the Trek 750 Multitrack up for sale in it’s current form. The SV650 sold as well to a great Washington guy, I have no updates on it. But […]

entertaining offers for the SV650S…

I seriously hate to do this, but I need to thin out the project herd, and sadly the SV is lower on my list than getting a project car right now. The SV is listed on craigslist right now for $3800, I do not want to ship, if you get someone to come pack it […]

a quick update on the SV650S…

So, the SV has been undergoing some surgery as of late, with a whole lot more scheduled! Right now it’s had the 2004/5 GSXR600/750 front end swapped out for a 2008 GSXR750 front end. The wheels are also getting changed out to the matching 2008 wheelset, Zoran will take care of the rear spacers for […]

started working on the SV650S again…

Wow, so it’s been awhile since I’ve had the SV out from under it’s table cloth covering, cowering in the corner of the garage like a wounded animal. (haha, what?!) But as it’s too cruddy to bike or really work on the Wagoneer, I was in need of a project to keep my idle mind […]

svphoenix final cam update, it’s done!!!

finished up the cam swap today, swapping in first generation sv650 intake cams into the exhaust side of my second generation sv650, it adds a couple bhp and smooths out the powerband; another zoran masterpiece of engineering. later, -peter

sv phoenix update, cams, cams… cams!!!

so adding an old smart-tre and cam swap to the old sv650’s agenda of things to do; make my life even busier, check! 😉 basically the trick here is, also the reason you only see two cams here (there are four in the sv, two intake, two exhaust, one of each crowning either head), and […]