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 on: Today at 03:45:47 AM 
Started by liam_800 - Last post by jvhoc
hi guys, i've got a 2015 model, does exactly the same thing, only started doing it after i dropped the factory exhaust.
i have a very straight through slip on aluminium can and have de-snorkelled the air box.
let it warm up to at least two bars on temp gauge and its fine.
start and ride and you will get a flat spot and a little surging.
i'm not overly worried about it, ive put it down to the extra air flow thats going through.
it starts and idles fine at cold.
i would say the ecu has a set map for cold start until temp comes up.
because once the temp is up to norm runs like a dream.
it definately didn't do it before i increased the air flows on intake and exhaust.

 on: October 09, 2015, 05:13:03 PM 
Started by ilyasbaig - Last post by ilyasbaig
Hi can anyone suggest a good windshield for my ST7... The ones being sold by hyosung seem expensive.. Also can you suggest a central stand as well

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 on: October 09, 2015, 01:09:01 PM 
Started by ssj2_gohan48 - Last post by Hylife
...So, what should I do about the overflow line overflowing?.

Check your fuel tank cap seal is good and that it can vent pressure properly or the pressure will pump out fuel.

 on: October 09, 2015, 12:49:41 PM 
Started by kurt_j - Last post by Hylife
...struggling with the timing...

Timing is done from first setting the magneto F mark then aligning the front cams then an almost complete rotation to line up the R mark then aligning the rear cams. Remember the rear cams are in reverse to the front ones.
Working rearwards from front of bike is exhaust/inlet - inlet/exhaust

 on: October 09, 2015, 02:57:53 AM 
Started by Samjam - Last post by Samjam
Hello I have a slight problem right now the bike is an 2004 hyosung comet 125,

So I was giving her an oil and filter change yesterday and was going over the oil that came out with a fine tooth comb, I suspected something was wrong after I hit about 9.5 k revs the bike began to loose power dropping to about 50 then slowly to 30 I was dropping down the gears to try and see if I could get the revs to stay. I pulled over to let the bike settle and it died straight away the bike would not idle so I let it sit for 5 minutes. After that it started up and all signs or problems were gone my first though Regulator is going as it has sometimes not started and instead made a disconnection noise. BUT tonight I was taking a ride after cleaning the chain and pop on the duel carriageway  and all hell broke loose the bike wouldn't keep revs and wanted to die I got it to the local asda and let it rest and it was stinking of oil burning with white smoke coming from the cat or (mid) pipe. After letting it rest for well over half an hour I came to start it and it was cranking fine but wasn't wanting to stay on and the most concerning bit it was back firing like crazy the weirdest thing was when I tried I kicked it down to first and slowly let on the gas and out the clutch the high beam left indicator neutral light and right indicator light up then shut off the bike made it home at 30 max i just wanted to know if anyone might have a clue as to what is going on

I know this was a long read any help or direction to look is appreciated thanks

 on: October 08, 2015, 10:02:45 PM 
Started by turonw077 - Last post by albertinhouston
I have a 250 I'm about to start parting
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albert ( I'm in Houston as you can see from my site name)

 on: October 08, 2015, 09:28:19 PM 
Started by Funky_Munky - Last post by Funky_Munky
Cheers guys, I have defiantly been enjoying the extra power of my GV650 compared to the GV125! I have not had chance to do anything to the bike other than put fuel in it. I may get chance to have a bit of a poke around this weekend. I have spotted a few small maintenance jobs that need doing, mostly just lubricating things and adjusting the clutch cable.

I'll look into upgrading the wiring to the battery as I will be adding heated grips, a plug for my heated jacket and a sat nav / phone charger.

 on: October 08, 2015, 09:11:58 PM 
Started by HalOver9000 - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn

The bike would need a carb rebuild. Not hard to imagine that the previous owner would have already tried that. The obvious reason for not succeeding would be a stripped screw. Given that we're talking about 10 year old brass in a disused bike, I'd say that it's highly likely that the guy has tried and failed to do a rebuild. Won't be long before that 500 becomes 700 ~ 800 if you need to source fresh carbs.

Check thoroughly.

 on: October 08, 2015, 08:07:25 PM 
Started by HalOver9000 - Last post by HalOver9000
USD. After looking around, it is a good price. Still gonna try to haggle down heheh.

 on: October 08, 2015, 02:06:53 PM 
Started by johno1122 - Last post by Cloud

They're different.

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