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How to convert a motorbike from european to uk spec

I have a suzuki sv650s motorbike which is european spec which is a 2006 model.

can it be changed to uk spec, i.e. miles per hour etc and how much would it cost.

dies the headlight need changing or are they flat beam, and again how much would this cost.

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I dunno if your bike is the same as my us spec 2007 sv650s, but we just entered daylight savings time and i wanted to change the clock...i tend to forget things and forgot how to do it so i just held the adjustment button on the right side of my display (labeled ADJ.) it changed from mph to kph and from miles on the odometer to kilometers...if yours is similar it should be as simple as holding the button to change to mph and miles.

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The biggest change would be the speed odmeter. It is pricey, not sure how much, but european spec and UK specs are the same.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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