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 on: Today at 09:21:52 PM 
Started by extrasilver - Last post by Khaosie34
I first cut a notch in it, to use as a reference for depth, then used a number of grinding stones and got there eventually. I'd recommend holding it in a vice, with some sort of padding and just being patient.

Good luck.

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 on: Today at 08:59:32 PM 
Started by eddieeardley1974 - Last post by eddieeardley1974
hi guys just wonderd if u can help i bought a 07 plate was working fine tehn the next day wouldnt start eventuly started but wont rev past 5000 rpm and stalls and then takes ages to start tryed to ride it got 20 meters down the road it cut out then took ages to start its completly standard its now in a garage the mechanics cleaned and striped the carbs changed plugs checked all clearences checked fuel petcock all is fine any ideas as we are both now stummped

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 on: Today at 08:31:17 PM 
Started by robert96 - Last post by Ico
So, do you think that is "safe" to take a close corner with the stock tires on the 250r? Im pretty new on sports bikes and I'm not 100% confident to throw the bike to much on corners for the fear that it might slide and I end up loosing control of the bike.

Just ride and dont worry how much you can lean into corner, because you will get better with time  ;) ...I was pretty insecure in the corners when I got my Comet because that was my first bigger bike, but know 2 years later I can see big improvement in riding and leaning into corners. I dont know how stock Shinko tyres grip road (someone who uses them should say something about them), because i have changed them for Metzeler Z6 which are brilliant

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 on: Today at 08:30:27 PM 
Started by CodeMonkey - Last post by maciopa
So far ... nothing, as they haven't received an ECU reader yet. I have sent them "600sfx" post JUST-In-CASE... I have phoned Polish Importer (Debica) and they blame their shipping crew for not sending that eq...

side question : I own a torque application for my android phone and ODB2 reader which allows me to scan and read an ECU of my car, erase fault codes, adjust values etc... IMHO : It shouldn't be so hard for a good technician to engineer a Bluetooth interface for our bikes...

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 on: Today at 07:40:26 PM 
Started by AJC650 - Last post by AJC650
If that was a suggestion.... sorry, I have neither the capital nor the drive!!  Royal Enfield found a new importer a year or two ago, with a much more niche market product, I wonder if anyone is looking at Hyosung....

Hope so.

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 on: Today at 06:00:07 PM 
Started by robert96 - Last post by Calogero
So, do you think that is "safe" to take a close corner with the stock tires on the 250r? Im pretty new on sports bikes and I'm not 100% confident to throw the bike to much on corners for the fear that it might slide and I end up loosing control of the bike.

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 on: Today at 05:26:28 PM 
Started by maciopa - Last post by maciopa
If you get no joy from your dealer/importer/distributer, send off an email to KR Motors for some assistance.
mailto:justinlee@KRmotors.com
mailto:victoria@KRmotors.com

It seems there is no one interested in answering in Korea, either.
So .... I am stuck with my bike being held for 10 days now in my local (and only) dealer's garage/workshop as they claim they haven't received an ECU reader yet... The warranty says they have 21 days for repair/reply, after that time they are bound to give me a full refund of its price or a new bike. Knowing the Polish market (it is a wild wild west) and inefficiency of the Polish juridical system (5 or 6 years for a civil case to be heard), they will play with me, as there seems to be no party interested in helping/solving the simple issue here.

I just wonder how Hyosung wants to enter an EU market when they just do not care about their customers at all?! Having a "bad press" at the beginning of their appearance here is like shooting own back with a bow, with a poisoned and jagged arrow...



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 on: Today at 04:25:29 PM 
Started by extrasilver - Last post by tmill
Mate, you're an absolute legend. Thank you  8)

Did you use a stone on the dremmel for the grinding down?

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 on: Today at 02:38:15 PM 
Started by extrasilver - Last post by Khaosie34
Mine neither. Previous owner bodged together a straight through system and put a Viper can on it. Sounded alright, apart from the fact that the front pipe had rusted through and resembled a cheese grater. (Watch out for that if you ride in the rain.)

Got a full Scorpion system now, I ride with the baffle out, sounds amazing. I made a mini install thread with a couple videos in the 125 section if you're interested. Need to re-do those though as the bike wasn't running right when I recorded them.


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 on: Today at 02:14:04 PM 
Started by extrasilver - Last post by Khaosie34
Here you go;






I'd recommend getting it as close as possible and file it from there, to fine tune the fitment. I also put a bit of lithium grease on the pivot bolt, no real reason for it, but there's less friction compared to if there wasn't any.

Also, it's very easy to remove the lever, remove the nut, remove the pin and don't lose the spring.

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