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Growler

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Re: Asking about and following up - Please post on this thread
« Reply #40 on: April 24, 2014, 11:59:31 AM »

Tried to do a search but couldn't find anything so hoping someone can help!

Is there an alternative to the OEM thermo switch from another bike as I can't find a single hyosung one in the UK for less than £45!!!!

cheers Max
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Re: Asking about and following up - Please post on this thread
« Reply #41 on: April 27, 2014, 08:14:29 PM »

Is there some code on oil and dust seal when rebuilding brake caliper? It would be good, so I don't have to order original seals, cause it will take some more time.
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Re: Asking about and following up - Please post on this thread
« Reply #42 on: January 15, 2017, 01:33:45 PM »

I own a 2008 Hysosung GT Comet. I'm wondering for all you other riders, where are some of the best sites to order parts?
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Re: Asking about and following up - Please post on this thread
« Reply #43 on: January 15, 2017, 08:44:30 PM »

It depends where you are from.

Australia: http://hyosungparts.asia
USA: http://whygostock.com or http://hyosung.biz
Europe: try forum member OLEG, or look at the Korean parts sites.

There are many Korean parts sites: http://www.hyosungwholesale.com http://hyosungsource.com and http://ragingparts.com are a few that spring to mind.
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Re: Asking about and following up - Please post on this thread
« Reply #44 on: January 23, 2017, 10:20:59 AM »

Thank you for the help! IM currently stationed overseas in Europe so hopefully these sites that were mentioned mail to APO PO boxes!
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Ok here goes , i purchased a GV250 with a rooted carb the previous owner swore was fine , just needed a clean apparently , so several washes and adjustments led to a domino effect which then led me to having to replace the front cylinder head (too many times checking the spark plug ,snapped clean off the thread)...so after many beers and spliffy’do’s later a calmer me is now asking..? Camshaft fitting/valve clearance/timing please show me the light..or I’ll settle for some quality advice instead .🤯😭

Cheers sincerely,
MrPorkHunt
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Re: Asking about and following up - Please post on this thread
« Reply #46 on: November 19, 2018, 02:07:56 AM »

And please no links to service/owner manuals , gone over them several times with no gained knowledge on the problem...that’s right , I’m a dumbass.
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Re: Asking about and following up - Please post on this thread
« Reply #47 on: November 19, 2018, 09:50:09 PM »

Ixil Exhausts!
I think a rejet is required if you remove the baffle. Leave it in and the bike runs just fine. If you have a later bike w. FI and no baffle, it will run better with a fuel controller or some such device.

http://www.indysuperbike.com/customer/home.php?cat=32255

For 125, 250, and 650s.
Does NOT require rejet (on 650 at least) :D
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Ok here goes , i purchased a GV250 with a rooted carb the previous owner swore was fine , just needed a clean apparently , so several washes and adjustments led to a domino effect which then led me to having to replace the front cylinder head (too many times checking the spark plug ,snapped clean off the thread)...so after many beers and spliffy’do’s later a calmer me is now asking..? Camshaft fitting/valve clearance/timing please show me the light..or I’ll settle for some quality advice instead .🤯😭

Cheers sincerely,
MrPorkHunt

What's the issue though? Bad idle? Misfire? Won't start?

...or do you mean that you're fitting the cams/timing chain into the new head?
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Re: Asking about and following up - Please post on this thread
« Reply #49 on: November 22, 2018, 07:43:27 PM »

Correct sir , replaced the front cylinder head , refitted all the inner parts , camshaft & timing chain pretty much , followed the service manual procedures but there are quotes in it that I don’t get and I don’t think I’m doing it correctly or there’s a procedure I’m missing, but after trying to refit it the second time , I turn the key it was kicking over but sounds like a lazy kick( fresh battery) and it doesn’t sound like the same kind of ‘kick-over’ as before ...my uneducated guess would be timings out? (due to camshaft removal/ refitting) but only a guess...
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