SW-MOTECH Centerstand Suzuki SV650S & SV650N ’03-’08

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The must-have accessory for sport-touring! Greatly eases basic chain maintenance tire changes parking and bike cleaning. Super-strong steel construction features typical German design and high engineering standards. Superb integration with the factory exhaust and sidestand components -- retain all existing features without sacrificing lean angle or clearances. read more


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All hardware needed to mount the centerstand included. Installs using basic hand tools. No welding cutting or drilling of existing frame or body parts required. During installation you’ll need to temporarily remove the sidestand an exhaust bolt and partially disassemble the rear suspension so:

SW-MOTECH recommends that you have a professional mechanic install this centerstand.

Features a tough black powdercoated finish with some gray fittings and hardware. A double-retention spring is included as a safety feature to prevent the centerstand from contacting pavement if one of the two springs should fail during a ride. Designed to work with OEM components — we cannot assure fit with aftermarket exhausts or other accessories.

Fits all U.S. and European 2003 and later SV650/S and SV650/N as verified by our customers.

Note: Will not fit bikes with a Yoshimura full exhaust system installed.

This centerstand does not fit SV1000/N or SV1000/S.

John MacDonald an SV650N rider and contributor to TwistedThrottle.com wrote to us about the product in December 2004:

“The SW-Motech centerstand is on my girlfriend’s 2003 Suzuki SV650 Naked.

I suspect that I know why [a previous customer thought the centerstand] wouldn’t fit [the 2003 SV650N]. I spent about 20 minutes looking at how things lined up and figured out the confusion.

There are two bolts that the front hole on the centerstand’s left side bracket look like it could be attached to. One bolt is a support for the exhaust but the other bolt is on the back side of the front bolt for the sidestand. When the centerstand bracket is lined up with the support for the exhaust the centerstand bracket will not clear the left dog bone. When the centerstand bracket is lined up with the bolt for the side stand the left side centerstand bracket just barely clears the bike’s dog bone (inside). Just barely = perfect.

Thanks for selling a solid product!

John MacDonald (Happy camper)”

Special Note: We do not recommend installing centerstands on bikes with a lowered rear suspension because use on a lowered bike may result in:

  • Ground clearance & cornering clearance problems
  • Difficulty in lifting the lowered bike onto the centerstand

Twisted Throttle Tech Tips: Center Stand Installation Explained

Part Numbers

Our part number: HPS.05.219.100
Manufacturer Number: HPS.05.219.100
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 4052572006924


Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2003 - 2008 Suzuki SV650S
2003 - 2016 Suzuki SV650
2009 - 2010 Suzuki SV650SF
All Years Suzuki SV650
All Years Suzuki SV650S
All Years Suzuki SV650SF


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  1. dale2006sv

    SV650 centerstand


    I recently purchased and installed the SW-Motech center stand on my 2006 SV650S. I found the stand to be of high quality and perfect fit. The written material that came with the stand showed a picture of the assembly and a parts list. No detailed installation instructions were included. I found detailed instructions on the SVRIDER.com site which were of considerable help, many thanks to the author. Also, I could not have installed the center stand if I did not have a good selection of tools and several jacks.

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  2. sv650

    Manufacturer defect


    I had to return my stand after I discovered that it lacked an attachment point for the spring. It wasn’t damaged in shipment, it simply was not there. Also, no step by step instructions provided, it’s more of a parts list and an exploded diagram. Return was not a hassle in any way but I’m reconsidering putting a center stand on my bike. It isn’t easy to put on, but it is the only one I’ve found for my bike.

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  3. mccorpsman



    I bought one of these early ’07. To me, a center stand is indispensable. I had a rear flat twice, was able to remove the tire, go get a new one, return and reinstall the wheel. I use it to check and change oil, replace sprockets and chains, etc. I now have a rear lift which I use at home but I do an Iron-Butt every few years and feel the center stand gives me security. I have 70,000 miles on the bike and it now lists to the right a little while on the stand, but I feel I got my moneys worth. I may even purchase another if my lean gets worse over the next couple years.

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  4. Ditchpig

    Well made, but not perfect.


    Have been using the stand for a couple weeks. The jury is still out on it’s long term abilities, and strength. Installation once I figured out orientation of the part’s was actually quite simple. The supplied handle for steadying bike is now in the scrap bin, kinda looks like afterthought engineering. But it does give center stand option to a bike that factory overlooked.

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