Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Just north of Annapolis Maryland
Just curious guys....why are you replacing the clutch? Do you ride it hard enough to cause it to slip or is it simply going up and you're going to need to replace it? My understanding is that the hydraulic actuation is to lessen the pressure required at the lever, not that they necessarily have weak springs. I used to crosscut my fiber plates& install heavier springs back in the day when I road raced two strokes but I can't see me ever needing to do that to my vee, but I also don't ride this bike very hard.
I'm just curious though, not condemning you for modding your bike.
SV Racing parts will be able to answer your question. He prob knows more about the SV then suzuki. Lastly, you can check the specs for each bike, they'll list the height and diameter of the springs....as long as the heights match, chances are, you'll be good to go since you know that the diameter is the same.
My VStrom 1000 K7
Stock: a purple '74 RD350 in great shape, '70 H1, '72 H1, 1975 GT550, ,original 1975 H2 750 triple (purple of course), 1976 CB400F Supersport. '73 CB350-given away Modified: Fully ported 1974 H2 750(my go-fast), a scary fast '82 Yam 650Turbo running 18PSI, a '75 GT550 built up & ported. To-Restore list: '72 H1, 2-'75 H1's, Latest acquired: 1974 GT750 can't wait to replicate our racebike of the 70's!