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Author Topic: Jackstand Johnny From Virginia With an SV650 and a Room Full of Hyosung Parts  (Read 1244 times)

Jackstand Johnny

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Hey everyone. My name is Jackstand Johnny and I am a builder and rider(on hiatus) in Virginia USA. Im going to be up front here and say that I dont own a Hyosung. I own and have been re-rebuilding my 2000 Suzuki SV650 since I crashed it back in 2011. As some of you know the Hyosung GT650R shares some similarities with the SV650. So the main reason I am here is because long story short I was talking with Mad8vSkillz and ended up with most of His new OEM Hyosung parts. He literally just delivered them earlier today. I didntget anything big like engines or wheels or forks but I did end up with a spare bedroom stacked floor to ceiling with boxes of smaller parts. So I am here to put in my time, help out as much as I can and when I am allowed to do so, start offering these parts for sale here in this forum. In the meantime I will be selling them on eBay.

I know this kind of discussion is a grey area since this could be perceived as solicitation but Im just trying to be transparent here. Im literally here primarily to sell these parts. I am going to price them to where theyre cheaper than any other price anywhere for brand new OEM parts, so I want you all to see what Im doing as a good thing for you rather than some slimeball bending rules to make a quick buck. Thats not the case at all. I dont know how kuch Ill be able to help or how much time I can spend here but Ive made myself as available as possible with emailing me directly and what not.

I know I have zero credibility here but if you find my SVRider profile youll see that I have lots of positive feedback from sales there and my eBay profile has 100% positive feedback(meads718). Im not a fly by night scammer and this isnt even my job. Its just a situation that fell into my lap so Im going with the flow until all this stuff is gone. Thanks for having me and ride safe.
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So Jackstand, What have you got?
I think there's a vendors area on this forum somewhere.
Why don't you post up a list?
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Jackstand Johnny

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Hey man! I checked out the vendors sub forum but I wasnt sure if private sellers could post there. I also couldnt find the rules for the classifieds so I messaged a moderator to check. I think I might have posted in the vendors section after seeing what looked to be private sellers posting up with their used parts. Because of that and not seeing any rules I went ahead with it. If I am breaking any rules doing so than mods please feel free to delete my thread! I didnt post a list because honestly I dont know what all I have. I do know SOME of what I have, but theres still a lot of boxes to go through.
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Here is a list of what I can remember that I have, and I have at least 10 of each and up to 50 of some:

-Radiator
-Radiator fan
-Fuel pump
-CDI ignitor box(ECU)
-Throttle cables
-Air filter
-Crankcase oil breather box
-Key set with ignition switch and gas cap
-Front brake rotors left and right
-rear sprocket
-Sidestand
-Sprocket cover
-Rearsets
-Front and rear footpegs
-Shift levers
-Rear brake master cylinder
-Brake M/C reservoir
-Rear axle
-Ignition coils front and rear
This is probably a quarter of what I have. Its a lot...So if you need or want anything let me know! I just started listing on eBay but Ive only got 2 items up. This is a one time thing so once this stuff is gone, thats it!
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A fxxkload of spare parts is standard equipment on a Hyosung.
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Jackstand Johnny

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Hahahahaha I was not aware of that. Ive been curious for a while now how Hyosung owners like their bikes. If they're reliable, what parts fail, what parts are sought after, etc. Its surprising how much of this stuff looks soooo close to being identical to first gen SV650 parts but they either dont line up by just a hair or they feel and look a little strange compared to what Im used to. Like the air filter drops right into the SV airbox but the holes dont line up. Or the shift lever feels much lighter than the SV650 shift lever and it has a nice matte black finish but it feels like polymer as opposed to cast aluminum. Then theres other stuff that just looks way nicer like certain machined spacers and bosses and stuff but I just dont know what theyre for yet. I have a uge box of bearings and spacers and stuff but I think its actually all proprietary stuff to make Hyosung parts work on the Fischer MXR.
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yooooo. just to clarify, JJ is doing the parts slinging thing for me so I don't have to :)
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so basically he is your beotch!
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Lets keep it classy fellas ;)
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no harm intended. lol
 I was just joking....
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