Suzuki Savage

I’m really into the single cylinder choppers. I’ve got some ideas for when I get my hands on one and it involves big knobby tires…

Kev’s Suzuki Savage:

8 responses to “Suzuki Savage”

  1. ludwig says:

    sr? can’t wait to get some knobby’s on my pig.

  2. Chris says:

    Find an sr and get at it I know you’ll do it justice

  3. Kenny says:

    Bike looks amazing.

  4. Paul says:

    I have a 94 Savage that I’m choppin’ on currently. Not sure if I’ll stay with the belt drive or change it chain and sprocket but either way they are a cool ride. When its done I’ll send a couple of shots over. Ride-on.

  5. shemyslav says:

    fantastic. made me thinking on removing the back seat from my 93er.
    state of art, sr.

  6. scott says:

    I have an 02 savage that Ive out a hand shift on but ive wanted to do some real changes since I bought it.mostly I wanna stretch the wheelbase.anybody know of a longer belt that would work?

  7. Tim says:

    Nice bike! Suzuki gs 550 sprocket fits. Then you can choose length on chain.

  8. Carlito says:

    I like the look man.
    I am just getting stuck in to build my second savage and want to go with a hard tail this time.

    I am looking for the cheapest but full on solution. I have the tools to do it but I am worried about chopping the frame because of the geometry.

    any ideas?
    Carlito

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