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 on: Today at 05:00:34 AM 
Started by stonecold300 - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
The Triumph one gives you two dual outputs, where the Hyosung one is only single.

The reason you want dual is so that one pair goes to the stock attachment point and the 2nd one goes direct to the battery.

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 on: Today at 04:56:30 AM 
Started by stonecold300 - Last post by SUPERFISH
?? Why go a Triumph lead pack when they make a Hyosung specific lead bundle ??

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 on: Today at 03:57:23 AM 
Started by Rangerscott - Last post by Rangerscott
Update 2


https://youtu.be/tDTihdT3keM

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 on: May 26, 2016, 06:33:04 PM 
Started by YYo - Last post by YYo
After starting the bike without the front cam chain tensioner installed (I know I'm an EEjut...), I have taken the engine out - thinking I've got to dismantle the front cylinder and all that great stuff that goes with it...

Now the engine is out and I can see what I'm doing I've noticed that the timing seems to be way off.

Here is what I mean...


The Front Cylinder Timing Mark -



The Front Cylinder Side View -



The Front Cylinder Elevated Side View -



The Rear Cylinder (when lined up with the Rear Timing Mark) is set exactly as described in the manual.

The thing is, I can't rotated the flywheel a full 360 degrees counter clockwise without meeting some solid resistance - I'm not going to try and force it around - so I cannot do 10 full turns counter clockwise (does this only apply to checking the valve clearances anyway???)

Any suggestions on the best way to tackle this?, I'm thinking of the following:
1. Remove Cam Chain Tensioner (again :P)
2. Put some tension on the chain so that it doesn't fall off the lower sprocket
3. Spin the Exhaust Cam to the right position and hook the chain on
4. Spin the Inlet Cam to the right position and hook the chain on
5. Insert the Cam Chain Tensioner (again :P)
6. Turn the flywheel counter clockwise
7. Pray  ::)

Any ideas are gladly welcomed!

YYo

 5 
 on: May 26, 2016, 03:21:30 PM 
Started by mrcratios - Last post by mrcratios
The OEM one says hazard relay if I'm not mistaken. That's what threw me off.
Thx again!

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 on: May 26, 2016, 01:49:39 PM 
Started by darren79 - Last post by darren79
On Gumtree I'm selling parts and accessories that I didn't fit or removed before I sold my 2010 GV700C. It includes:
- Batwing Fairing (with 6x9 Marine speakers),
- Rear Back Rest & Carry Rack + Brackets
- Bridgestone Spitfire S11R 170/80-15M/C 77H Rear Tyre
- Engine Guards/Crash Bars

If you mention Korider, I'll give you a discount!



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 on: May 26, 2016, 12:04:23 PM 
Started by stonecold300 - Last post by stonecold300
No model indicated. It's just a connector harness you can buy from RoadsterCycle.com, prewired, pre everything. For the Hyosung, we just change the one plug and connect up! Otherwise its a whole soldering and crimping exercise. Roadstercycle is the place to buy the Shindengen, no question about it.

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 on: May 26, 2016, 10:50:57 AM 
Started by fluxy - Last post by klompa
Try and put a multi meter on the battery while you crank it and see what the volts drop too

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 on: May 26, 2016, 07:17:24 AM 
Started by Chrispycreams29 - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
All year models are the same, as long as it's the correct handlebar position. i.e. in a kit for the 'R', the lines would be too short for a naked, due to the handlebar position.

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 on: May 26, 2016, 04:43:06 AM 
Started by Chrispycreams29 - Last post by Chrispycreams29
http://www.slipstreamperformance.com.au/Store/Brake-Lines/Brake-Line-Kits/Hyosung/Hyosung-GT650R-2006-2010-Hel-front-rear-brake-line.aspx are these able to be fitted to the 2012 modle? ive had a hard time trying to find any 2012 moddle lines...

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