I put a busa rear shock in it and race tech 1k springs in front, but without putting emulators in you can still only adjust preload and I didn't want to do a gsxr front end on itNo worries man. Just take your time on the 750. They have been incredibly fast for a while now. The 750 will reward you once you begin to get along with it. :cheers
Edit: I'll add to my post that a few track days won't hurt now that you have a bit of experience under your belt. Did you completely get rid of the SV? Many track guys (even some street guys) completely rebuilt the SV's front end for better handling and have gotten great results. Please tell us you didn't get rid of such a capable bike over a few suspension woes that can easily be fixed!!!