SV650 Spears Racing Build (NY) $4500

Discussion in 'Bikes for Sale' started by Stellutz462, Sep 14, 2021.

  1. Stellutz462

    Stellutz462 New Member

    Greetings-
    I’ve been owned the bike for most of this season, but it is simply overkill for my riding ability. Very well interested in trades +\- cash.

    The bike is a 2001, gsxr front end, Spears built motor and Marchesini wheels. Carbs and air filters cleaned last month, gas filter and oil just done this week. I do not know when the suspension or motor was gone through last, I can tell you the engine idles smoothly and there are certainly no mechanical issues. Tons of spare parts included [​IMG]
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  2. Motogpdr

    Motogpdr Member

    Asking price?
     
  3. Blackbeener

    Blackbeener Well-Known Member

    in the title
     
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  4. Trevor636

    Trevor636 Well-Known Member

    What kind of rear shock does it have. Does the motor build include a slipper clutch?
     
  5. Stellutz462

    Stellutz462 New Member

    Hi Trevor. It’s got a Penske shock in the rear. Has a quick-shifter, no slipper clutch
     
  6. Edward Forer

    Edward Forer Member

    Flat slides?
     
  7. Stellutz462

    Stellutz462 New Member

    Yes, I believe 41mm. Flatter than a nuns behind
     
  8. RRP

    RRP Kinda Superbikey

    Do it Ed!:D
     
  9. freezinvt

    freezinvt Well-Known Member

    Pretty sure this was one of Ted Temple's bikes, who sold it to another LRRS regular in VT before it headed to NY. No idea on run time or build spec from Spears but Ted's bikes were usually nice builds.
     
  10. Chasingstatuszx10r

    Chasingstatuszx10r Well-Known Member

    You are correct, I purchased it and brought to the Syracuse area where the OP picked it up off of me. I only sold it since it wasn't really my cup of tea. That being said it is a extremely solid bike.
     
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  11. Stellutz462

    Stellutz462 New Member

    Price drop $4,000
     

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