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Published on Apr 4, 2011
Quick and Dirty swap of a GSXR1000 rear shock onto my 1st generation '01 SV650.
This SV650 is a first generation model, and that is important to know because I needed a shock with a 45º reservoir to clear the battery box that will also need to be lowered slightly. A Kawasaki ZX6 / 636 shock is popular for this swap, but I had a GSXR1000 shock available at no cost so I elected to install that instead.
Do not attempt to duplicate anything you see in this video, you assume full-responsibility for your money, property and body by watching and using any techniques you see within this video. This also includes any after effects after the fact such as when your bike crashes and burns because you didn't tighten your steering head bearings properly. When you die we will all laugh at you. If you have nay questions or any doubts in this type of work, or if you're lacking the proper tools, then you should have all work performed on your motor vehicles by a professional mechanic. Don't be a dumbass.
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