My advice is: Unless you have some commitment to a big thumper...DO NOT DO IT.
Here's my story. Thirty years ago, a far-younger me bought a Yamaha SR 500 as my first new bike. I was new to the world. I knew nothing.
The SR was a GOOD choice for a thumper. I didn't know it but I had scored. Especially given the price - $999 for a 1981 new, in 1986.
Seven months later, me and my new thumper get creamed.
BUT...while this was going on, Suzuki brought out the Savage, which is now called the S40. I liked the styling.
Years later...like, 2009...I got a chance to buy one. I thought, cheap. Turns out, not-so-cheap...those don't have dedicated owners.
I bought. Nothing spectacular about it...it wasn't a failure. But it was EXTREMELY limited. Top speed, about 80 mph...I'm guessing, 130 kpm.
With a carburetor, very balky when cold.
Not so powerful.
Honestly...it was like the engineering department abandoned that model.