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 on: Today at 12:43:50 AM 
Started by BorneFreestyle - Last post by BorneFreestyle
Selling one of our old demo bikes. Price is negotiable, please take a look for information and pictures. Located in north Georgia. Thanks!



http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/mcy/4579047318.html

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 on: July 23, 2014, 11:25:16 PM 
Started by ewoke1996 - Last post by Dalork
I plan on fitting something like these to my 650 but being a classic I'm going to pay a bit more for something chrome. I was thinking about this spread/spot combo set, not as cheap but look decent. Oh and Hylife, is this what your after they are only $18http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/261342653164?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

I was thinking along the same lines myself lol


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 on: July 23, 2014, 10:40:37 PM 
Started by ertert - Last post by Siwagod
Shame I didn't see this last night as I had the casing off myself.

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 on: July 23, 2014, 10:12:20 PM 
Started by Icurus - Last post by Icurus
No worries mate. Will this work?
As the old petcock let's fuel run constantly...could I just buy an inline tap with on/off and fit along the fuel line?
I'm pretty sure that the petcock assembly doesn't regulate how much fuel gets delivered, it's either on or off so it would appear possible to simply fit a tap along the line?
I've found one online in the UK and can't wait for delivery from overseas. Please correct me if this simply won't work as I'm often wrong
Could someone tell me what size the fuel hose is? 5mm 6, 7, 8 etc. Don't own a ruler of tape measure!

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 on: July 23, 2014, 09:56:15 PM 
Started by Icurus - Last post by Ninja
My tank doesn't have a petcock, otherwise you'd be welcome to mine. :(

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 on: July 23, 2014, 09:12:36 PM 
Started by peculiarfish0 - Last post by Khaosie34
Crap in the carbs blocking the jets, flooding the engine with air.
Had this problem pulling on to a roundabout twice in one day, scary as hell when you expect power to be there then the engine bogs.

Put some redex/seafoam-like product in the tank, remove air filter and airbox and attack the carbs with carb cleaner then go for a blast. Should sort it, if not then you need to remove and clean the carbs thoroughly.

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 on: July 23, 2014, 08:17:04 PM 
Started by Andygtcomet - Last post by Andygtcomet
Okay, so quick update. Changed everything topside of the carbs back to standard, original airbox/filter/breather all back on. Mixture at 1 and 1/2 turns out. STILL WONT IDLE!

Only thing non standard is exhaust and main jets. Idle jet is back to original #15.

With choke on it idles at 3-4k when cold.

When warmed up it will idle if choke on (at 3k-4k), turn choke off revs go down then it dies.

I cant put standard exhaust on as don't have one.

So basically  I'm back to standard setup  aside from exhaust and main jets. Seems like its running way too lean.

Turning idle screw doesn't help as this just opens throttle slightly allowing more air in which kills it even quicker.

Should I up the pilot jets again?

Andy

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 on: July 23, 2014, 06:31:39 PM 
Started by peculiarfish0 - Last post by peculiarfish0
It's a Carby 2010 GT125R.
It has an MTC tri oval can, a K&N air filter, and I Think the jets/pilot were upped to standard 250 size..

Now sometimes, the bike runs ok, But sometimes it splutters n doesn't respond to throttle increases at all, It might chog along at 15-20mph in first/second but if you try and increase throttle, then it splutters and slows down to a stop. No power whatsoever.. Then it may just randomly start running ok again..

Could this be an issue with it running rich or lean? Or crap in the carbs?
It has always done this, to some extent, but seems to be worse these days..

Cheers


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 on: July 23, 2014, 05:15:40 PM 
Started by inner wisdom - Last post by mcmasterblaster
Lmao!! I just bought this bike! The thump was the starter failing to turn the flywheel because the engine is seized. The transmission/clutch turns fine but the crank assembly seems to be a solid piece of metal in there. I drained the new oil at that point, in a pan to see what comes out. Lots of copperish shavings, I can only assume is from the piston rods on the crank judging by pictures of replacement internal parts I have seen. Luckily IW gave me a good deal on the bike and I happen to have a 2006 GT650R which I just finished swapping engines with. I just finished the connections last night and tried starting it but no luck. I ran out of time but noticed there's no fuel in the new filter so I cannot wait to get back home and test/replace the petcock and recheck my vacuum lines.
So funny I found this post though!!

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 on: July 23, 2014, 04:17:27 PM 
Started by kk0710 - Last post by kk0710
I just got some new information, I emailed the original owner and asked him if he had any problems with the electrical system and this is the response I got, "About 2 years ago we replaced the stator and the regulator and both were Hyosung parts. They put the regulator in a different place to allow it to stay cooler. They can burn out when they get too hot from the engine heat.  I relied on their knowledge to do what was best."

As far as I can tell the RR is in the stock location(you can see in pics/vids). I bring it up only because for the new regulator I was told I will have to bend the stock bracket to get the scoop to fit. 

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