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It started it's life as a stock 2002 Monster 620 and is still titled as such.

I'm not even sure where to start.

Current modifications:

2002 Ducati Monster 900ie engine
Engine cases are stripped of paint, and polished.
2001 ECU
2001 wiring harness, ECU and wiring harness were swapped to remove the immobilizer.
Koso gauges model DB-01R
Power Commander dyno-mapped.
Hi-mount SilMoto Megaphone slip-ons
Speedymoto pressure plate & clutch cover
Custom belt covers

5 spoke wheels from an S4
Aluminum swingarm from an S4
BrakeTech rotors
4 pad Brembo brakes from a 749/999
CRG shorty levers

Adjustable forks from an ST (don't recall the spring rate, will find out).
Adjustable rear shock from S4
Matris 13 click top-mount steering damper
ISRL billet lower triple installed (still have the matching top which I never installed).

Cycle Cat rear sets and clipons with 1.5" rise.

DP Aluminum front fender (clear powder coated), seat cowl(clear powder coated), side covers and chin fairing

Gas tank was stripped of paint, polished and clear powder coated, Ducati wing badges installed onto gas tank. These are NOT glued on but screwed into place, threaded inserts were brazed into the tank.

Hella Micro DE Xenon Driving Lights. HID ballasts are installed in the airbox area.

Ducati Monster European light switch installed, this allows the rider to switch the lights off.

Custom lowered seat with gel pad insert. (I will probably sell this separately and install a stock seat before sale.)

LED turn signals, integrated brake light as well from UFO.
Many other little goodies.

looks like photos can't be posted here anymore.. so you can find them here: http://monster4sale.blogspot.com/

I also have a silver gas cap set I can replace this black one with.

Thinking $5500 - $6000 with extras (spare fully set up track tank purchased used with Ducati ding and superbike front fender , painted in urban camo ).

Thinking of a WR250X for the street, so might be interested in trade + cash. Or if I can sell both my SV and this, might get a Hypermotard 1100 for dual track/street duty, to keep my new (to me) track GSXR 750 company in the stable.

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also selling my 2004 SV650

2004 Suzuki SV650 $4000

Great bike for street (and track).
LOT'S of suspension and brake upgrades on the bike, as well as spares and extras:

2006 Suzuki GSX-R 750 front forks.
2006 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 top triple.
2003 Suzuki GSX-R front wheel w/ 320mm rotors.
2006 Yamaha R6 brake calipers and R6 Brembo master with stainless lines.

I also have new in the package, brake pads.
Moto-Wheels (w/optional 1" riser) currently on bike can install Woodcraft clip-ons (if preferred)
Quick-turn Racing throttle installed (will come with all 3 cams)
Also have the stock throttle set up with an R6 throttle tube.
Koso gauges: DB-01R Speedometer with front wheel speedo mod.
TwinShack short version bellypan
Gilles rearsets
Hyabusa rear shock w/ 2006 ZX6 spring
bike is lowered 1" in back, 1.5" in front (can bring back to stock height if preferred).
Scorpion- Xtreme Street (shorty) slip on, with removable dB killer.
Also have a Viper slip-on from previous owner
UFO headlight (Also have brand new Acerbis headlight in box)
OEM seat cowl also have passenger seat
New chain and sprockets (47t on rear, stock front) installed in April.
Michelin Pilot Pure installed on front and (new) Pilot Pure will be installed on back. (damn nail in tire)
Clean NYS title in hand, NYS Inspection Sticker on bike expires June 2011.
I currently have the shifter set up in reverse/GP pattern, but that is quick to flip around to regular. (5 minute job)
BTW, this bike won SV of the Month on SVRider.com last October.
This bike's handling and suspension is great.
I can easily remove all decals upon request, upon sale.

photos here: http://svforsale.blogspot.com/

and here: http://mysv650.blogspot.com/

PM me if interested. I really don't visit this board, you can find me on the other one.
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