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 on: Today at 06:59:23 PM 
Started by Samjam - Last post by Samjam

I've bought and sold so many of them I don't even know if I have any left.

If I've got one I can do a de-restrict on it, if you like.

I would love that bud really hate the look of mine right now and when I wrap the exhaust it will get in the way.

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 on: Today at 03:59:38 PM 
Started by Siwagod - Last post by OLEG
If  I'm not mistake it's the same rear shock like in Suzuki GSX650F   2008-2010.
I had this shock on my old hyo, this shock not bad, but after that when I installed it instead KYB on my new hyosung  it  seemed to me very  very hard.  After that I decided to install KYB again.
The main problem is that, this rear shocks for Suzuki works perfect with linkage system where linkage very long. You can compare OEM hyosung linkage and Suzuki.  Suzuki's longer 2 times.  But if you install Suzuki shocks to Hyosung it will be works but not perfect.


For future experiments I bought rear shock from carby SV. He almost looks like old type hyo rear shock, the linkage system on Suzuki SV the same like Hyo. I think it will be work better.


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 on: Today at 03:33:35 PM 
Started by Death666wish_ - Last post by UNdocab
I have this new rear shock on my GT650RC 2014. It's very difficult to say is he good or not, because roads in Ukraine are the worst in Europe. But he softer than old rear shocks.   After 7 000 km this rear shock started  very noisy knocking and I changed it by warranty.  Also 2-3 times we have problems with this KYB on the another hyosung bikes, but I think the main reason of breakdown it's roads not a quality.
For example rear shock from GT250R.


By the way all new rear shocks (KYB) made in china.  From 2013 koreans changed shocks  at all bikes. GV250/GV 650 have new rear shocks too.

P.S If I'm not mistake GT250/GT250R  rear shock spting is thicker and also spring has one more volute.


I had same experience with this rear suspension on kayaba.  + more  its not just bent but also broken apart




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 on: Today at 01:39:41 PM 
Started by fred - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
Someone already tried a base 10 measure of time.. Can't remember the name, but it didn't catch on. I think it was a semi commercial venture.

The most accurate thing we can measure is time. It's the measure with the lowest tolerances. So when scientists absolutely positively NEED to get pedantically accurate, they measure against time.

I'd like to see change, but considering we've been using the current system of time measurement since the Babylonian era. I don't see that happening any time soon. (Pun entirely unintentional).

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 on: Today at 09:16:23 AM 
Started by Bibbz - Last post by OLEG
Now they're out of stock. In January I will have it.   OEM rear caliper with brake pads + OEM bracket will cost 120 USD + 15 USD shipping to anywhere

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 on: Today at 08:37:33 AM 
Started by Siwagod - Last post by Siwagod
So.....? (Being confused and reading on phone screen I need clarification sorry) Bandit 600 rear shock will fit 2012 gt650 efi?

Yes it will.

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 on: Today at 08:19:11 AM 
Started by fred - Last post by Hylife
Hey BPC, I understand why the USA still uses its own homebrand concoction of what was once the imperial system of measurements. Goes back to the enmity that existed between the Crown and the colony a couple of hundred of years ago. Use a system everyone already knows but make the volumes smaller to rip off those dumb english, but it is in no way as easy as metric.

ALL metric is simply base 10 counting and is formulated on the one fundamental thing for all life on this planet, WATER.

1 liter of pure water weighs 1kg and is 10cmx10cmx10cm (1000cc). Volume, weight, size.

Conversions from one to the other and from small increments to large increments is all just shifting the decimal point.
Not just simple maths but NO maths required at all.

Now all we have to do is metricize the ancient timekeeping system we all use.
60x60x24=1 WTF? Whoever thought up that system? 

Use a divisor of 10 to the speed of light and even velocity becomes a breeze.  :)

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 on: Today at 08:02:45 AM 
Started by Project650 - Last post by Hylife
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Im in the process of replacing the stator and i was advised replacing the rotor housing as well due to the damage that was caused by a rogue bolt coming loose

Why? is it not charging?
Stator can be tested with a digital multimeter set to AC volts. 3 wires. Think triangle. 1 2 3. Measure at plug that connects to RR. 1-2, 1-3, 2-3. at 5000rpm should be approx 60-70 volts AC. Use a helper to hold the revs and make sure each phase is almost the same voltage.

Should it be faulty, the stator is bolted to the inside the left side crankcase cover. 8mm bolts on very tight. Use quality socket and press inwards hard so socket doesn't slip off head of bolt as you don't want rounded off bolt heads.
Buy a set of 4 interlocking 900mm foam rubber mats and lay the bike down and you can do the job without draining oil.

Magneto is a static device that has no parts to fail. It is just a big spinning bunch of magnets. Never needs replacing.

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 on: Today at 05:20:22 AM 
Started by fred - Last post by beachpitcrew
I agree... I thought everything would have been metric by now. But as I look at my tools, I see metric,Imperial, US, Whitworth, JIS ,security standard, and home made. Plus wobblers that will grip damaged parts. plus recent editions of stars, torques, and last but not least...the Edison thread for light bulbs. the one thing that is standard is that nothing is standard.

Not to mention, I have a bunch of shrink rulers. Like 1/16 shrink per foot up to 3/8 shrink per foot....don't ever use them for regular measurements.

The entire idea is a tool salesman's dream and they are still winning.

I think I'll have a beer...let's see should I have an Imperial pint, a US pint, or a litre.

I think I'll drink it all.

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 on: Today at 03:08:33 AM 
Started by Project650 - Last post by Project650
I did try a search but must have used the wrong keyword

Cheers for the links Ertert!

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