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 on: Today at 01:49:03 AM 
Started by BalintHU - Last post by wudluv2ridebuttt
Do you still need the rear brake? Because i have a complete assembly that i replaced and is still entirely functional. And I am very willing to ship it off.

Im not sure how you typically introduce yourself on a forum but this seemed a whole hell of a lot better then asking for help getting my bike runinng. Which may or may not be my next move.

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 on: April 01, 2020, 03:22:00 PM 
Started by OLEG - Last post by onwingsoflead
Man that looks great. Might order one when my #trumpchange comes in.

Good to see you back OLEG

 on: April 01, 2020, 03:20:11 PM 
Started by 1st.turbogv650 - Last post by onwingsoflead
Liked and followed. This would be amazing to have on my bike.

 on: April 01, 2020, 08:33:17 AM 
Started by Neoblazer - Last post by AJC650
I'd change the oil, stick some petrol in it and fire it up. I've bought plenty of old cars and bikes over the years, and that's what I do anyway!!  Carbs may be a bit gummed up, and need cleaning, and you could check the plugs, but I don't see any harm in giving a startup a try first.....

I think there are some tank treatments you can buy to 'seal' the interior surface which should coat surface rust if it's not too bad.

Stand by for some real mechanics to be horrified by my 'give it a go' attitude!!   ;D

 on: March 31, 2020, 05:12:40 PM 
Started by Neoblazer - Last post by Neoblazer

I recent got given a gt250r it has sat in warehouse for the last 7 years, it was serviced before the owner passed away and it was left untouched. The tank was drained and left empty so it has rusted on the inside but is not much more then surface rust from what I could see so I am wondering what would need to be done is it better to re service the motor, clutch and gears or am i able to repair/replace the tank and change all the fluids and brakes and that be ok for a short period of time?. I have spoken a few shops and they have said hyosuong doesn't send part to Australia anymore and my town doesn't have a bike wreckers to source parts from is there a list of compatible parts from other makers or a good source for parts that ships Australia wide?.

 on: March 30, 2020, 06:28:51 PM 
Started by poo007.heidarzadeh - Last post by albertinhouston
On the older plug wires... If that are loose you can trim the end and rescrew the can back on. Not 100% sure you can do that with the new ones.  just throwing it out there.

 on: March 29, 2020, 11:06:45 PM 
Started by poo007.heidarzadeh - Last post by LX_SS
sv coils only work in 2012 daewoo ecu and earlier, 2012 + with delphi run different coils which are also a bit more reliable, but they still have the same spark plug cap issue. good ngk caps help.

i've only ever come across one other hyosung that had double insulation on the caps which was standard, a clear tube over the standard cap. haven't found another like this.

 on: March 29, 2020, 10:01:35 PM 
Started by poo007.heidarzadeh - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
Nope. Try the search function.

..or even better, maybe start by looking at your spark plug wires and plug end caps to see if this is even relevant. Are they in fact split/cracked/rubbed through, etc?

 on: March 28, 2020, 12:00:22 PM 
Started by poo007.heidarzadeh - Last post by poo007.heidarzadeh
So what should i do change the spark caps and where can i buy it do you have any link and i read a thread it said to change to to the sv650 ones do you have any idea about that
Thanks m8

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 on: March 28, 2020, 11:12:41 AM 
Started by poo007.heidarzadeh - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
I've seen a few threads like this and the main culprit seems to be the end caps on the plug leads

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