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post #6581 of 6678 Old 11-01-17, 11:35
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@TwistyWristy How do you like the SC project conic exhaust so far? Are you running it with the Arrow tune ?
I love it so far. Great sound. Easy install as well. I am not running the arrow tune due to what I have read thus far on different areas of the internet. However that does not mean you don?t have to get it ever. The company directly states that a tune is not needed. I have had no issues without it.
I leave the baffle in because it is very loud in my opinion, but if you want to just wear ear plugs while riding, that would help without the baffle in.
As far as install, there is a section of the exhaust near the ?middle? bolt to the right of the foot rest assembly that you remove from the stock exhaust that comes very close to touching/scratching the SC exhaust, so go slow with it and it will clear that area with no problems.

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I love it so far. Great sound. Easy install as well. I am not running the arrow tune due to what I have read thus far on different areas of the internet. However that does not mean you don?t have to get it ever. The company directly states that a tune is not needed. I have had no issues without it.
I leave the baffle in because it is very loud in my opinion, but if you want to just wear ear plugs while riding, that would help without the baffle in.
As far as install, there is a section of the exhaust near the ?middle? bolt to the right of the foot rest assembly that you remove from the stock exhaust that comes very close to touching/scratching the SC exhaust, so go slow with it and it will clear that area with no problems.
Thanks for the feedback.

Any issues with torque @ low to mid-range RPM ?

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I love it so far. Great sound. Easy install as well. I am not running the arrow tune due to what I have read thus far on different areas of the internet. However that does not mean you don?t have to get it ever. The company directly states that a tune is not needed. I have had no issues without it.
I leave the baffle in because it is very loud in my opinion, but if you want to just wear ear plugs while riding, that would help without the baffle in.
As far as install, there is a section of the exhaust near the ?middle? bolt to the right of the foot rest assembly that you remove from the stock exhaust that comes very close to touching/scratching the SC exhaust, so go slow with it and it will clear that area with no problems.
Thanks for the feedback.

Any issues with torque @ low to mid-range RPM ?
If it did take away some torque from low to mid range, I honestly don?t even notice the difference. The true test obviously was to dyno it before and after, which I elected not to do.
I can say that the weight difference is noticeable since it is significantly lighter than stock if that helps.

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Housemade quickshifter, and it work good!

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post #6585 of 6678 Old 01-02-18, 15:34
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Spent $2500 on crash protection.
Basically guaranteed not to wreck my street triple next track day.
How is this possible???
Bought a track prepped sv 650

This is the sv when I got home from the 280 mile trip.

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You're gonna love it! It looks very much like mine (except for the colors), and mine cost me the same. Mine's an '03 with a Gixxer 600 front end, Brembo calipers and RCS16 master cylinder, Penske 8983 shock, Sato rearsets, an M4 muffler, and what looks like the same bodywork as yours. Does yours have the 5" or the 5.5" rear wheel?

I had a slow-speed low-side at Buttonwillow Raceway last August, and I'm slowly learning how to repair fiberglas, wet-sand, and paint.
SV650s make really good track bikes.
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You're gonna love it! It looks very much like mine (except for the colors), and mine cost me the same. Mine's an '03 with a Gixxer 600 front end, Brembo calipers and RCS16 master cylinder, Penske 8983 shock, Sato rearsets, an M4 muffler, and what looks like the same bodywork as yours. Does yours have the 5" or the 5.5" rear wheel?

I had a slow-speed low-side at Buttonwillow Raceway last August, and I'm slowly learning how to repair fiberglas, wet-sand, and paint.
SV650s make really good track bikes.
It's an 03 also gixxer front end with Penske internals,brembos,elka shock,pc quickshifter,apex clips,axljak rearsets both with spares and plenty of extras.(wheels,warmers,stands,some tools,even oil and coolant)
Rear wheel is 160
Not sure of the brand but the body work looks to be gsxr 600/750 k6(but I'm no expert)
Now I just gotta make it through this winter. Bomb cyclone (?) hitting us today expecting a foot or more snow and 50mph winds.


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Nothing out of the ordinary. Just rode to work after giving the bike itís first cleaning of the year.

3 years and I still turn back to admire the bike every time I ride.




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Not today, but a few weeks ago. She's coming back to the States, along with my Daytona.
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Gave the bike a decent clean.


Then noticed the nut/washer missing off the sprocket. Rang dealership and was told $30AUD for the nut/washer.
No idea how long it has been missing, in the meantime placed some loctite on the spline where sprocket slides over just for a bit of reassurance.

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