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Author Topic: FS: tons of carbed 650 parts. everything mechanical, electrical, suspension, etc  (Read 654 times)

mad8vskillz

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current list https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ovfiHUHjSaD2EbpV8BDWURXkwhHhWnVKNamUmQgCg0g/edit?usp=sharing


if anyone needs carbie parts in the US, hit me up... i have a HUGE pile of new stuff from my fischer purchase. International guys... if it's small it might be ok to ship, but large and heavy stuff the shippig will kill us...

http://www.svrider.com/forum/showthread.php?t=365545
basically at least 20 of everything, motors, electricals, harnesses, radiators, hoses, cdi boxes, carbs, fork legs, wheels, rotors, etc. if it's common between the fischer and a gv650 or gt650, i've likely got it.

the easiest way to get me is messaging the page mad8vcycles on facebook.
https://www.facebook.com/mad8vcycles/

 the next easiest is my username @gmail.com
probably the worst way is pm here, but hey, if you must that will work too
« Last Edit: February 09, 2017, 03:43:06 AM by mad8vskillz »
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How much would it be for a rear shock posted to Sydney, Australia?
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How much would it be for a rear shock posted to Sydney, Australia?

My same thoughts but to UK  ;D
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sending a shock overseas seems like it's $75-$100 in shipping. the sv spec shocks have been selling pretty well at 300-350 shipped in the US. so maybe 375? however, all i have is the fischer end ones and they are out getting their ends redone to match the sv.
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did some rough counts on the bigger parts. this isn't complete or 100% accurate, just a general idea of what i got

Radiator fans   30
Radiators    26
Radiator caps   30
Front Brake caliper sets   50
Rear Brake cailipers   18
rear brake disc   23
Rear Master   25
Airbox oil catch thingy   30
Front wheels   26
Rear wheels   26
Sprockets   27
Complete Harnesses    20
Relays   30ish
Turn signal flashers   25
starter relays   25
Throttle side controls   25
Rectifyers   28
positive battery leads   25
left side controls/horn   20
Pulse controlers?   30
Shift clevis   30
air filters   24
coolant overflow   32
Front fenders   23
MINT motors   20
Unknown motors   6
Unkown Harnesses    20
Rear brake light switch   27
Full keysets   16
Unknown keysets   20
radiators hoses   50  for each side
Narrow airbox boot   25
Fat airbox boot    30
Carriers   20
Rear kush drives     20 sets
Rears set nonsense   all of it (probably 25-30 sets of levers, brackets, rearsets, passenger pegs, and whatever the hell else)
fork pairs   28
cdi/ecu   25
   
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Ordered three parts frommad8skillz on saturday got here today and I have already installed them.

I got a GT starter, a radiator fan and a GT front fender unpainted raw plastic.





The only problem I had was that the starter mount tabs broke in transit, not a problem for me, since the GV uses a different  starter mount bracket and my original bracket was still good.

The GT front fender is going to require a little modification since the gt holes don't line up with the GV forks but it's nothing I cannot handle. I'll be firing up my welder and putting some tabs on the existing GV braces to allow it to work tomorrow.

I was very happy with the price and quality of all the parts and hope to do more business with him in the future.

If you are wanting to upgrade your GT brakes to something better from what I have seen on his facebook pages he has Brembo calipers for the Fischer bikes, although I am not sure how much of the bits and pieces needed to install them he has.



He also has Koso RX-2 instrument clusters and all the wiring hardware needed to install them on a Hyosung.





And we all know how reliable the Hyosung instrument clusters are.   :'(

Again I am VERY HAPPY with the parts.
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I'd snap them up but shipping costs to UK is just silly.
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shipping kosos to UK was $35  i sent a couple sets already

shocks, i'm still waiting for them to be "unfischered" so they fit svs again. but international shipping suuuucks for them (heavy)

the brembos are all gone (i foudn a bulk buyer)

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updated counts and part numbers and fuller list. still have half of it to go through https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ovfiHUHjSaD2EbpV8BDWURXkwhHhWnVKNamUmQgCg0g/edit?usp=sharing
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