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    Default Suzuki Gladius - 400 and 650cc



    Is the 650cc available in Singapore?
    Does anyone know who much it costs?
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    My ride for 2012 - Yamaha WR250X 2008
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    My ride for 2012 - Yamaha WR250X 2008
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    SPORT: Kawa ZXR400, Suzuki SV650, Honda CBR600F3 & CBR929RR, Aprilia RS125 & RS250,
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    You could ask bikeshops....I doubt any want to bring them in. It is a very good bike. Anyway the engine has been transplant to the 2012 Suzuki V-Strom 650. You might want to consider that instead.

    Ohh forgot...You might want to check with Teo Spray. Last check, they still have 1.

    Part 1 which they test Suzuki GSR750


    Part 2 which they test Suzuki V-Strom 650.
    Last edited by IvikaRazI; 11-11-2011 at 05:18 PM.
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    Not much of a V-Strom fan. Too much plastic and I feel if you wanna add all that weight etc you might as well get 1000cc.
    I loved the SV650 in the past and would quite like to try an upright modern version.
    It's funny how bikes that are so popular in other parts of the world do so badly here.
    I guess it's the stupid licence categories which makes a difference. *sigh*
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    i saw a new one in asp ubi few months back... difficult to find a v engine

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    Can get on a indent basis for 400 and 650CC from ASP

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    Any one riding Gladius 650? Can share with me like FC, cost, etc?
    I'm still thinking which one to choose between nc700sa or xjr600f or this?
    Grateful for your feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LXY View Post
    Any one riding Gladius 650? Can share with me like FC, cost, etc?
    I'm still thinking which one to choose between nc700sa or xjr600f or this?
    Grateful for your feedback.
    Have you tried or sat on the 3 bikes? any views, try the street triple also.

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    anyone know how much does a new Gladius SFV650 cost in year 2010? some one selling $10800 and shop selling $12000, isit reasonable? Thank for your input..

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    So LXY, did you buy the Gladius? not sure if spare parts is available in SG since nobody is riding this bike

     

     
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    Hi, I'm riding the 650.
    FC quite good in my book, 21-23km/L riding a mixture expressway n small roads and I tend to ride rather unconservatively.
    Pick up and handling is excellent! The rider ergonomics isn't so far forward like a S4 and foot pegs are well spaced, I'm 1.7 btw and the bike is easy to maneuver in crank course pattern in a jam
    Only the suspension and brakes seem to soft hmm
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