2006 Suzuki SV1000S

You haven’t lived until you’ve accelerated hard out of a corner on a Suzuki SV1000S.

Its liquid-cooled, 90-degree V-twin powerplant rewards you with a monstrous surge of torque and an incredibly wide powerband. The new SV1000S is built to be without question the most exciting V-twin sport bike you’ve ever ridden down a twisty road.

The SV1000S has handling to match its impressive powerplant. With technologically advanced chassis and suspension systems, it offers a superb combination of precise handling, solid stability and all-day riding comfort. And to increase its versatility, the fork and single piggyback-reservoir shock absorber are fully adjustable, so you can tune them to suit a variety of roads and riding styles.

Features


Engine Features

Maximum engine performance with 11.6:1 compression ratio, 54mm throttle bodies, short airbox inlet tube, optimum cam timing and two air pressure sensors per cylinder for more precise fuel injection volume control
Liquid-cooled, 996cc 90 degree V-twin, DOHC 8-valve engine - tuned for exceptional low-to-mid rpm throttle response and torque
Electronic fuel injection system features the Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve System (SDTV) - maintains optimum air velocity in the intake tract for smooth low-to-mid rpm throttle response and high torque output - includes Auto Fast Idle System (AFIS)
32-bit ECM with 22-trigger pole rpm sensor, provides more precise control of ignition timing and injector operation for each cylinder
Large, 54mm throttle bodies fed by a 9.0 liter airbox with a flat-panel air filter for easy maintenance
Pulsed-air injection system (PAIR) helps reduce emissions and California model equipped with catalyst in exhaust to reduce emissions
Semi-gear driven valve system simplifies maintenance and minimizes cam sprocket size and engine height for optimum engine placement
Lightweight shim-under-bucket valve system operates 36 mm intake and 33mm exhaust valves set at a narrow 29 degree included valve angle - produces a compact combustion chamber and 11.6:1 compression ratio
SCEM (Suzuki Composite Electro-chemical Material) plated cylinders minimize cylinder size and improve heat dissipation
Six-speed transmission features a wide diameter, hydraulically-operated clutch with back-torque limiter system - clutch cover includes a large-volume crankcase breather system
High efficiency liquid-cooling system for optimum engine operation temperature - includes compact oil cooler
Lightweight magnesium valve covers, ignition cover, and sound deadening plastic outer clutch cover
Attractive stainless steel exhaust system with aluminum mufflers tuned to enhance the engine’s power characteristics and torque output

Chassis Features
Black-painted frame, swingarm, and wheels for more sport appearance
Sleek half-fairing features dual 60/55W headlights with running lights and folding mirrors
Compact instrument cluster includes analog tach, LCD speedometer, odometer/tripmeters, and temperature gauge, plus LCD clock and low fuel warning light
Steeply-angled tail section houses unique vertically-styled, high visibility LED taillight and compact rear fender
Narrow, lightweight aluminum truss-style frame constructed with high-vacuum die-cast process for more consistent strength and fewer individual welded sections
Low seat height and subframe position provide a comfortable seating position for both rider and passenger
Cast aluminum handlebars connect to a fully adjustable 46 mm, cartridge-style front fork with 4.72 inches of wheel travel for sport performance and a comfortable ride
Aluminum swingarm and link-type rear suspension features a fully adjustable piggyback style shock absorber with 5.12 inches of wheel travel
Dual front disc brakes with large 310mm rotors and four-piston calipers, plus single-disc rear brake with 220mm rotor and dual-piston rear caliper
Lightweight cast aluminum wheels - F: 3.50 x 17 with 120/17 radial tire, R: 5.5 x 17 with 180/55 rear tire
Large under-seat storage area, passenger grab-bar and tie-down hooks
4.5 gallon fuel tank with low-fuel warning light

Specs

Engine: 996, four-stroke, liquid cooled, 90 degree V-Twin, DOHC, 8-valves, TSCC
Bore Stroke: 98.0 x 66.0mm
Compression Ratio: 11.6:1
Fuel System: Fuel Injection
Lubrication: Wet Sump
Ignition: Digital/Transistorized
Transmission: 6-Speed
Final Drive: 530 Chain
Overall Length: 2085mm (82.1 in.)
Overall Width: 745mm (29.3 in.)
Overall Height: 1170mm (46.1 in.)
Seat Height: 800mm (31.5 in.)
Ground Clearance: 150mm (5.9 in.)
Wheelbase: 1430mm (56.3 in.)
Dry Weight: 186kg (410 lbs.) 187kg (412 lbs.) CA model
Suspension Front: Telescopic, cartridge-type, adjustable preload, adjustable compression & rebound damping
Suspension Rear: Link-type, adjustable preload, adjustable compression & rebound damping
Brakes Front: Dual hydraulic disc
Brakes Rear: Single hydraulic disc
Tires Front: 120/70 ZR-17
Tires Rear: 180/55 ZR-17
Fuel Tank Capacity: 17 liter (4.5 gal.) 16 liter (4.2 gal.) CA model
Color: Black, Blue


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17 comments:

yeah the top speed listed here is my general cruising speed on the freeway - my ’05 SV1000s - all stock except HoleShot Dual Exhaust gets me 162 mph in approx. 1/2 mile I am 6’2" and weigh in at about 245lb... I hope a fuel manager installation over the winter will increase this next spring. Best decision ever buying this bike.

Chevy is going to get saddled with the cheap Daewoos while Suzuki will finally make a name for itself now that they’re free to fill their lineup with their own products like the new GV, SX4, and New Swift.

they haven’t mention about the torque..

i don’t know where these guys get top speed of 143.5 from. I got my SV1000S to 150 and it had room 2 go. I ran out of road and the courage to go any faster. Maybe one day..

The bike doesnt have a governor on it, it just doesnt have enough horsepower to push it much past 170mph. And that all depends on how much you weigh and the extras you’ve done to your bike. I weigh 260+lbs so the most I see is 155 indicated.

The reason why it doesn’t go up any more then 165 is, it has a governor on it. I had the same problem. I was like there is still a lot more, but couldn’t get it past 165. Great learners bike. Lots of torque!

Ok it’s a v-twin it’s not meant to go fast, it’s meant to . get a 4 cylinder and put that in 3rd on the highway jump on it and stand it straight up. thx

2004 Sv1000s akopovic carbin pipes, K&N air filter , michelin pilot power tires,
6th gear 172 mph but im sure i can hit 180.
I weight in at 165 pounds.
added the other stuff cuz it all adds in on the top speed factor.

what is with these speeds??? 04 sv1000............168 mph 5th.....174 mph 6th, still pulling.......clocked @ 160+ by state patrol.....(wouldnt tell me how fast).

whats the hp touque rating

whats the hp and torque rating

i got a 2005 sv1000 1500 miles on it and i can not break 150 on it in 6th gear. I lovethe bike to death and love the throttle response and its cheap on insurance

I got mine up to 165 but it took a while to fo it.

I have hit 145 on my sv1000sz and believe me there was lots more left.

I HAVE AN SV1000S AND
1ST GEAR 70MPH
2ND GEAR 92MPH
3RD GEAR 122MPH
4TH GEAR 142MPH
5TH GEAR DONT KNOW (TEND NOT 2 TAKE EYES OF ROAD)
6TH GEAR HAD IT AT 156MPH BUT STILL HAD MORE LEFT IN IT HARD TO GET ROAD LONG ENOUGH.
DONT BELEIVE ME?? GET 1 AND TRY IT!!!!!!!

my dad has one of these.. i’ve ridden it at the age of 16 and it does 90 in 2nd gear...
thats my first time on a twisty road...
the 600 fazer will do 130+ as im told by an honest friend..
there is no way the bike doesnt do more than 154 as is commented!!
this site is tits up! :::P

top speed is higher! i have personally hit 154 on mine before i slowed down, not the bike

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