Two-Wheel Tuesday Spotlight: #1 Ghetto Customs Suzuki SV650 Twins Cup

2018 MotoAmerica Twins Cup Champion Chris Parrish has what is arguably one of the most developed Suzuki SV650 racebikes on the planet. From its pouting-mouth air intake to its mid-1990s Suzuki GSX-R SRAD-inspired custom tail section, the bike is not only the result of virtually countless club races, track days, test sessions, dyno runs, and MotoAmerica Twins Cup races, it is also a still-evolving manifestation of Parrish’s tireless quest to extract maximum performance from Suzuki’s middleweight twin platform.

Rider: Chris Parrish

Engine: Michael Copoulos-Built 677cc, 4 Stroke, Liquid Cooled, V-Twin, DOHC, 8 Valves

Electronics: Stock ECU with Dynojet Power Commander 5

Fuel Delivery: Throttle Bodies Bored By Zoran at TWF

Air Induction: Custom-Fabricated System By Ghetto Customs

Exhaust: Yoshimura ALPHA T Complete System With Titanium/Carbon Fiber Silencer

Transmission: Six-Speed Constant Mesh

Battery: Shorai

Fuel: VP Racing

Lubrication: AMSOIL

Sprockets: Rebel Gears

Final Drive: EK Chain

Front Suspension: Suzuki SV650 Forks With K-Tech Cartridge Kit

Rear Suspension: K-Tech DDS Pro Shock

Front Brakes: Brembo 19×18 Master Cylinder/Suzuki SV650 Calipers/Vesrah Brake Pads/Woodcraft Wave Rotors

Rear Brakes: Suzuki SV650 Caliper/Vesrah Brake Pads/Stock Machined Rotor

Handlebar Grips: Renthal

Lever Guard: CarbonSmith

Rearsets: Woodcraft

Adjustable Triple Clamps: Robem Engineering

Wheels: Stock SV650 Front/Stock GSX-R Rear

Tires: Dunlop

Engine Covers: GB Racing

Front Fairing Stay/Dash Support: Ghetto Customs

Bodywork: Ghetto Customs

Paint: Ghetto Customs

Tire Warmers: Chicken Hawk Racing