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 on: Today at 09:34:42 AM 
Started by teo - Last post by teo
my mechanic  found the problem it is the electric  rectifier...  >:( >:( so i need to buy one...any one know the code of hyosung gv 250B  kM4MJ53A781500465 PLS?

TKS TO ALL

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 on: October 19, 2019, 06:16:48 AM 
Started by D09hyo - Last post by D09hyo
have an 09 and my rear grab rail is just old, scratched and beat up and i like the look of the newer 2 piece split ones. from pictures it looks like the split rails' screw holes are same orientation and distance apart as the screw holes in the older 1 piece. Has anyone swapped these out with success?

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 on: October 18, 2019, 09:07:24 PM 
Started by Daz - Last post by Daz
My new to me GV650 is quite jerky at low rpm's and snatchy when the throttle is rolled on, again from low rpm's. I've read about adjusting the tps on an EFI bike, is this a known problem on the carb'd bikes?

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 on: October 18, 2019, 06:53:05 PM 
Started by D09hyo - Last post by D09hyo
That's chain slap.  check the tensioner.

Cool. When you say check... do you mean, check if the bolts are loose on it, or do you mean removing it and checking for wear? Is it a part that can be tightened/adjusted? This is kinda foreign territory for me. Thanks!

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 on: October 18, 2019, 05:09:05 PM 
Started by D09hyo - Last post by makenzie71
That's chain slap.  check the tensioner.

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 on: October 18, 2019, 04:37:31 PM 
Started by D09hyo - Last post by albertinhouston
U could look into the timing chain tensioner.

I could be wrong but with valves it should tack all the time. Someone e correct me if I'm wrong so I'm not giving false Info

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 on: October 18, 2019, 04:26:08 PM 
Started by D09hyo - Last post by D09hyo
first thing you need to determine is it a knock or ticking. two totally different sounds.  one of them isn't worth fixing.
knock is the bottom end ( might be easier/cheaper to buy a replacement motor)
 ticking is usually valve related and is easier of a fix

Hnmm.... I guess with those to options I would say it sounds like a ticking. It has no particular pattern to its "tick". If the engine is idling it's just like, "tick tick....tick......tick tick tick.... tick..................tick tick tick tick" lol. I'm sure you get the point. But yeah as I give throttle it stops and sounds fine but as it returns to idle it'll start up again.

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 on: October 18, 2019, 03:03:38 PM 
Started by D09hyo - Last post by albertinhouston
first thing you need to determine is it a knock or ticking. two totally different sounds.  one of them isn't worth fixing.
knock is the bottom end ( might be easier/cheaper to buy a replacement motor)
 ticking is usually valve related and is easier of a fix


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 on: October 18, 2019, 05:13:27 AM 
Started by D09hyo - Last post by D09hyo
So from all the online searching it seems the issue I'm having is that I need a valve adjustment. The problem itself is that I've been having some on/off clicking from the engine when i turn on the bike and its idling. It happens whether engine is cold or warm. It's on a 09 gt250r with over 20K miles, that's never had any engine work/repair. While running it runs fine, although I do notice that since i bought the bike back in 09 brand new, it does have less power. Now... Assuming everyone is in agreement, how hard is it to do a valve adjustment? I'm pretty mechanically inclined so I never mind tackling work on the bike.

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 on: October 18, 2019, 04:47:02 AM 
Started by D09hyo - Last post by D09hyo
You want the little o'ring that goes on the end of the starter. Part# 09280-24003.

Very quick and easy fix once youve dropped the oil out.

Awesome! Super easy! leak gone! Thanks a bunch!!

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