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 on: Today at 07:09:45 AM 
Started by OLEG - Last post by franky26
Here is the backside without seat :)
GT125 naked carb Modell from 2014



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 on: Today at 07:08:24 AM 
Started by dan1601 - Last post by Hylife
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I was able to crank the starter by removing the starter solenoid and momentarily closing the circuit between the battery and the starter motor.

I'm positive that the starter motor isn't the issue, since that is also brand new.

50 lines.
I will not make assumptions about part B just becaus part A works
I will not make assumptions about part B just becaus part A works
I will not make assumptions about part B just becaus part A works
I will not make assumptions about part B just becaus part A works
I will not make assumptions about part B just becaus part A works

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when I installed my replacement starter motor, I had put the insulator ring in the wrong spot

Glad the problem has been solved,


Note to all posters, please provide ALL information when seeking help.

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 on: Today at 06:46:12 AM 
Started by big si - Last post by Veto
I have taken the plunge... have ordered one from Oleg..Oleg MotoEPC <oleg@motoepc.com.ua>

He is easy to work with and speaks good english too. Those with a Russian background or in the northern regions, Oleg has one hell of a web site... jam packed with info and as the Ukrainian parts distributor... has every nut and washer you could ever need.

Get on the wagon and Oleg might make another batch of these fine looking seat cowls for us single rider fiends to show off!!

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 on: Today at 06:32:54 AM 
Started by Veto - Last post by Veto
Oleg MotoEPC <oleg@motoepc.com.ua>

http://korider.com/index.php?topic=26089.0

Oleg made these rear seat cowls he had made back in 2010... there are a few left surprisingly, and he might make some more if he has a demand for them. There way better than skidmarks but there only for the newer models with the twin pillion grips.

I have one on order... several others on korider have them too.


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 on: Today at 06:27:34 AM 
Started by OLEG - Last post by Veto
I have taken the plunge... have ordered one from Oleg..Oleg MotoEPC <oleg@motoepc.com.ua>

He is easy to work with and speaks good english too. Those with a Russian background or in the northern regions, Oleg has one hell of a web site... jam packed with info and as the Ukrainian parts distributor... has every nut and washer you could ever need.

Get on the wagon and Oleg might make another batch of these fine looking seat cowls for us single rider fiends to show off!!

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 on: Today at 03:26:13 AM 
Started by johnsever - Last post by johnsever
Hi  Just wondering if any can give advice on changing the front master cylinder. I need to change the one on my GT250, and was thinking I could buy one for the GT250R so I could have adjustable levers. The GT250R m/cyl. is 5/8" bore versus the GT250 bore of 1/2", as it has to feed twin front disks. Anyone know how it would go feed the single disk on the GT250? Would it be too powerful?  Thanks if anyone has tried this and can advise.

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 on: Today at 02:15:29 AM 
Started by jellemak - Last post by jellemak
Hi,  last week Sunday was riding nicely, when suddenly I lost power, muffler got red hot, so no problems with fuel injection, did not get any F1 codes coming up, but front cylinder not firing, check today, ignition coil measures okay in resistance, tried new spark plug as old one measured 3.2 k ohm, instead of 5 k  ohm, but still not a spark, any one had a similar problem?, and what was the fix??

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 on: Today at 01:02:56 AM 
Started by DaBigMac - Last post by DaBigMac
A hiccup in fitting the MCs.

The thread type used for the banjo bolt is non standard. It is neither M10x1.25, nor M10x1.0. Essentially these MCs, while beautiful, appear to be totally unusable.

To re-coil the thread using a heli-coil will cost $85 for the kit to do it. That's more than the knock off Brembo MCs. Not a price I am willing to pay when the result is so uncertain, given the piston size issues.

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 on: October 24, 2014, 11:48:32 PM 
Started by OLEG - Last post by OLEG
sorry, it's only for new

 10 
 on: October 24, 2014, 11:41:41 PM 
Started by OLEG - Last post by OLEG
this 125cc have the same rear right and left cover like all  hyo from 2010 year manufacture.  custom rear seat cowling will  fit this GT125

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