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 on: Today at 04:32:55 PM 
Started by Rangerscott - Last post by Rangerscott
The fairing Allen bolts seen to be same quality as the big 3's use on their bikes but every other Allen bolt (rotors, caliprs, etc) are too soft and round out.

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 on: Today at 04:11:53 PM 
Started by flydown - Last post by flydown
Well, you are right but how i said all i tryed was not as good as bring enough fuel at high revs.

So i want to try 250s electical way.

A pump useable as a fuel pump i have and an ordinary relay.

So i just need to know how to connect relay to CDI and is an ordinary relay usable.
And, if i need a special relay, it is as cheaper as a new or used pneumatical fuel pump.

Greetings
Uwe


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 on: Today at 03:44:48 PM 
Started by flydown - Last post by ̮̐͋͋ͅȋ̙̬̱̬ͨ͜͞n̴̞͚ͫ̓͒̑̆̕͞j̧̡̖̩͓̱̖͆̑̾ͫ͊́a̅ͣ͌͛
There is no fuel pump relay on the 125.
It is all vacuum operated, done by the intake manifolds and a little vacuum pump that sucks fuel into the carbs. It may be worth sourcing a rebuild kit or replacing this?

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 on: Today at 03:19:25 PM 
Started by flydown - Last post by flydown
Hello People,

we are here, in one hand a micro in the other a beer  8)

So, my name is Uwe, I am 39 years old, from Germany and i own a 2003 GT 125.
My english surely is horrible, so i bet for sorry.

My problem: my fuel pump does not get enough fuel to carburators, no matter what i try, so i want to change to an electrical pump. Only to try it.

The bigger problem is to which pin on CDI is the green/white cable connected at GT 250 between CDI and fuel pump relay?

The other problem: ist the fuel pump relay a special one or an ordinary relay?

Many thanks and greetings
Uwe

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 on: Today at 02:35:31 PM 
Started by Dami - Last post by stigger
Just fit an sv650 rear master cylinder mate.
What he said.

If you check the part numbers they're the same.

 6 
 on: Today at 11:50:28 AM 
Started by Dami - Last post by Andygtcomet
Just fit an sv650 rear master cylinder mate.

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 on: Today at 10:16:09 AM 
Started by Cloud - Last post by Cloud

Well, theirs did too, but those there are just a few weeks old, and serviced regardless of cost.

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 on: Today at 09:29:47 AM 
Started by Static - Last post by darren79
Yes - that's the Delphi Manual. Won't help my bike, throttle turning is so restricted now (even after checking how much the throttles open, cleaning connectors, sparkplugs and new battery last weekend) it can't go faster than about 30kmh. I've got a visit to the former dealer (Dale Britton - does everyone know that at one time they were Australia's biggest Hyosung dealer ... now they don't want to know about us, but everyone, like insurance companies etc, still think there Perth's dealer) coming up to do an insurance replacement of the front mudguard, they don't do any other repairs, but might still do a scan (for about $100). If I can't fix anything this weekend, will need a ramp for my trailer.

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 on: Today at 09:08:53 AM 
Started by rjamesharris - Last post by rjamesharris
Thanks Umop-apisdn, no I didnt buy a kit, it looks pretty clean inside. Just wanted to be sure how it all goes back together.
It is the exact pump you posted a link to. You would think there would be a diagram somewhere?

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 on: Today at 08:29:01 AM 
Started by thunderrun53 - Last post by AJC650
Welcome - nice lineup of bikes.... I have a Hyosung GT650 here in Scotland, and not so long ago I had a Royal Enfield 500 Bullet (Electra X model).... both great in their own way!

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