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Wanting to get bike back on the road
« on: February 12, 2018, 03:50:10 AM »

Figure this might be best spot to post this one
So I have a Hyosung gv650 classic (st7) it's been sitting there for quite some time doing nothing and wondering what will need to be replaced to get it back on road coming here for advice. I haven't looked at the bike yet as it's up near Castlemaine and I'm currently in Melbourne
My guess is
Fuel lines, fuel pump, fuel filter as fuel is long past its used by date
Oil change so filter and O rings
Battery as it's flat
Speedo maybe as I think LCD screen is damaged
Rwc and rego
Anything else that might be required as would like to get most of it done before sending of for rwc of possible
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Re: Wanting to get bike back on the road
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2018, 04:42:19 AM »

Figure this might be best spot to post this one
So I have a Hyosung gv650 classic (st7) it's been sitting there for quite some time doing nothing and wondering what will need to be replaced to get it back on road coming here for advice. I haven't looked at the bike yet as it's up near Castlemaine and I'm currently in Melbourne
My guess is
Fuel lines, fuel pump, fuel filter as fuel is long past its used by date
Oil change so filter and O rings
Battery as it's flat
Speedo maybe as I think LCD screen is damaged
Rwc and rego
Anything else that might be required as would like to get most of it done before sending of for rwc of possible
Spark plugs maybe .
I would probably take the tank off and give the inside a good clean.
I imagine your discs will be rusted to f**k so they may need a clean and maybe new pads and fluid .
Remove chain and clean/check it out. I can put a link up for good , cheap chains and sprockets if you need.
Inspect smaller sprocket .
Check all the linkages on your brakes , clutch etc.
Just check everything that has a moving part . I am sure you will get it all sorted .
« Last Edit: February 12, 2018, 04:48:19 AM by spit051261 »
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Re: Wanting to get bike back on the road
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2018, 05:03:28 AM »

Pretty sure it's belt driven from memory hoping the belt is still in good Nick cause looking around a new one is very expensive
Thinking new pads might be the go anyway last I checked discs weren't too rusty just tiny bit of surface rust that will come off quite easy, well currently the tank is almost full of fuel so removing it may be best way to clean it out, brake lever need replacing before can check front brakes along with a couple other parts from a slight fall so figured would check people's knowledge if I should order any other parts
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Re: Wanting to get bike back on the road
« Reply #3 on: February 12, 2018, 05:38:14 AM »

When your start the work , be good if you could put up pictures with a progress report  :)
It is belt driven . I am bad eh  ;D I keep thinking all bikes are the same as my GT and GTR  :)
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