|Here at BRG we have developed a reputation for building some of the faster SV650's and part of the reason is the parts that we make, and that the parts are as light as they are in second part. The engines that we build show a better power-to-weight ratio than others. We also offer a rebuilding service for these engines. We can take your stock SV650 from being a nice little street bike to being an absolute fire-breathing animal that just wants to tear up the asphalt. Last year we had an extremely successful season of racing with Will Fox in which he won every 650 Twins class that he entered and on top of that set a new track record at Thunder Hill Raceway of 1:56:17, smashing the old record by just over a full second. The Dyno graphs below show where Will's bike was when he first came to BRG and when he was racing. Also just for fun, the very bottom graph is a stock SV650 with stock exhaust and stock air cleaner. When he set the new track record, as you can see, there were significant changes to the engine. The work that we do is not extensive as in expensive parts, but it's knowing where the horsepower is.|
Here is a list of the parts that we use:
As you can see. It's not an extensive list, but all the parts go towards making extremely good horsepower and torque good as lead plaintiffs on paper but be careful for what you wish for. Now the list of work that we put into the motor.
This setup has proven to be extremely powerful horsepower-wise, yet still reliable. My feelings are that if we can get a motor to go for a full season then we've done our job. But these motors have been known to go for up to three years. Please remember that on the third year they usually say that they're tired by blowing up and catastrophic failures are expensive. My suggestion would be that at the end of the year, you have motor torn down and rebuild the critical parts to maintain reliability
the cost for all this is $5000.