So I was fortunate enough to get a super bike tail section from Chad, Problem is nobody makes a sub frame to fit an R6 tail onto an SV650. What’s the fun in buying one anyway? Now every time I look at my SV I can say my hard work and planning went into this bike and I truly have a custom one off part. Building skills and amassing the necessary tools to do this build will benefit me in every project I do from now on. From the TIG welding to the machining, I have learned many skills that will stay with me forever. Forcing ourselves to try new things, and throwing ourselves out of our comfort zone that makes us and our skills evolve.
If we’re growing, we’re always going to be out of our comfort zone.
— JOHN C. MAXWELL
All in all I think it will look pretty good. I like the sleekness and simplicity that it adds and I dropped a bunch of weight over the stock tail section.
On a side note: I sent my stock forks out to have them worked on and they will be back sometime this week. Keep checking in to see what we’re working on next. Now get out and learn something!!