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 11 
 on: Today at 09:32:28 AM 
Started by madhatter - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
MH,

1. The kit is exactly the one. This kit will wire to the stator and then directly to the battery.

2. Those bolts will work, but you would be better served using a normal hex headed bolt, not allen headed. If you decide to use an allen headed bolt, use a washer as well. The allen headed bolts do look very pretty.

3. The 10 AWG wire might be too thick and awkward to work with. 12AWG will be plenty. For perspective, the stock wires after the connector are only 16AWG, so going really thick for those wires is not at all useful. If you want to use a thick wire somewhere, use it between the battery and the chassis.

4. Those ring terminals looks amazing. Love them. Keep in mind though, they are not insulated, so make sure to cover the +'ve one in some heat shrink after you crimp it. For the -'ve ones, don't need to, but extra style points given if you do.

5. That crimper is for 20 - 28 AWG wires. That's really damn thin wire. Something like this would work: https://www.amazon.com/Insulated-Assortment-Electrical-Connectors-Multi-Plier/dp/B07D4J9QBS/ref=sr_1_53?s=industrial&ie=UTF8&qid=1529828789&sr=1-53&keywords=crimping+tool

6. The ElectroSport stator is better, but maybe unnecessary. I understand playing it safe, but don't spend money for nothing. That and besides, changing the stator involves opening the engine side cover, which means changing the oil and replacing the stator cover gasket. It's not hard, it's just unnecessary at this point. Do it if you HAVE to. Don't just do it for shits and giggles.

7. That dash would be plug and play. A no fuss swap.

 12 
 on: Today at 09:09:38 AM 
Started by spit051261 - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
I use a Sony camera attached to my helmet.

There's one really shit thing about it though and that's the microphone.

On the up side though, it has hardware image stabilisation. That combined with the shock absorbing nature of my spine/neck, means a pretty damn stable image.

 13 
 on: Today at 06:07:48 AM 
Started by spit051261 - Last post by madhatter
Just lashed up a camera on the bike .
Looks a bit rough but should work OK .
If it stays put for tomorrows ride , I'll post some pics .
It's not a bad idea and so easy to do .
I have a go pro mounted to the front windscreen of my bike, pretty legit man, I been wanting to create/edit some videos and explore california more and post the videos to youtube, my bro said he would even add content to the channel, will def post the link on here for you guys :p

 14 
 on: Today at 06:01:09 AM 
Started by madhatter - Last post by madhatter
The reg/rec is the most common issue with these bikes.

OK, so parts list:

Go to http://roadstercycle.com and get a 'super kit'. $130

Go to a Radioshack type place, or maybe Harbour Freight and get some 10 or 12 gauge automotive wire. 10 gauge is thicker than 12 gauge, but it's also harder to use. It might be called 4mm squared wire. Get around 4 feet of red and 4 feet of black wire. Also get 6 or so 'ring terminals' with a 6mm hole in them (they are usually yellow). Ask the person there if they have a crimping tool to suit that ring terminal.

At a hardware store, you want to get two bolts. M6 thick x 25mm long.

That's it for your shopping list. The rest is simple work and we can give you instructions, step by step.

Just got paid, and buying all the parts tonight with all of your guys' assistance, please link me to any parts I need to buy right now preferred amazon*/ebay

Is this the super kit you are talking about?

$149.95 + $7.25 S&H

Bolts exactly like this as well?
m6 thick x 25mm long


Black and red 10 gauge wire, is this okay?
https://www.amazon.com/Electrical-Silicone-Flexible-temperature-resistance/dp/B0756TDXJ9

Are these the ring termals with 6mm hole correct to you guys?
https://www.ebay.com/i/272716401297?chn=ps

The crimper tool, I cannot seem to find cause they have like 4 different versions, can anyone specify the correct one to buy?
preferred amazon (i got prime) ebay is okay too
Ones I found on amazon they have like 4 different choices
https://www.amazon.com/IWISS-Crimping-AWG28-18-Ratcheting-Connector/dp/B00YGLKBSK/ref=asc_df_B01N4L8QMW/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=198090983914&

Please assist me now if I need anything else.

Do I have to buy a new stator?
Which one?
https://www.ebay.com/i/352251267781?chn=ps
https://www.amazon.com/ElectroSport-ESG112-Stator-Hyosung-GT650/dp/B00G3L2O3G
even here:
http://www.whygostock.com/hyosung-stator-for-gt650-gt650s-gt650r-and-gv650/

Thanks everyone for helping me, need my bike asap, no ride to work lol!

Edit: personally curious, can I fit this onto my bike? (It's for a 2015 gt650r)
https://www.ebay.com/i/253669366236?chn=ps
My speedometer is just ****ed up in 10000 ways

 15 
 on: June 23, 2018, 11:52:57 PM 
Started by spit051261 - Last post by Joss
I have them on mine but its not at the testing stage yet.
So you have them fitted but haven't used them yet ?
Would have been nice to have  seen your first impressions of them .

Correct, I had Maxxis on my other Hyosung and they never let me down. Always felt comfortable in both dry and wet.

 16 
 on: June 23, 2018, 11:49:50 PM 
Started by spit051261 - Last post by Joss
How do you think they built the frames, bluetac and chewing gum?

The more I read this, the more convinced I am that this is correct.

Our past assumptions that the bolts are made from a variety of Korean cheese has been miles off target. They're undoubtedly made of an unholy alloy of bluetac and chewing gum!

I've seen the frame joints first hand, I didnt just pick those two materials out of thin air you know  ;D.

 17 
 on: June 23, 2018, 11:23:33 PM 
Started by Tabyahatton - Last post by Tabyahatton
Iím a newbie rider. I have a gv250 I canít adjust my clutch to engage it in gear! I donít know if I make the adjuster at the engine right or loose or make the adjuster nut tight at the clutch either. I need helps so when I put my bike in gear it stays on!!!! Help please? Also whatís a good website to order a new clutch cable for a gv250?????

 18 
 on: June 23, 2018, 10:26:21 PM 
Started by Funky_Munky - Last post by Funky_Munky
It's in.

Just plumbing and electrics to do.

Then trying to resolve the differences between the two engines.

 19 
 on: June 23, 2018, 09:03:50 PM 
Started by D09hyo - Last post by D09hyo
to add more to the mystery, with the bike up on jacks, i turn the bike on in neutral (obviously), and then i spin the wheel by hand with no reading on the speedo, but if i blip the throttle the speedo gives numbers all over the place? WTF??

 20 
 on: June 23, 2018, 06:09:12 PM 
Started by Funky_Munky - Last post by Funky_Munky
Hi all

The replacement engine is all built up and ready to go into the bike. However I'm really struggling to get it back in. Any advice from those that have done it before would be gratefully accepted.

With respect to the chain drive.......at the moment it will be the quickest and easiest way to get mobile as chains are easily available. However I many never use a master link again!

If I keep the bike long term I may revert back to a belt. It has it's own set of problems but probably would not be so risky if it breaks.

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