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Author Topic: Refreshing an 07 GT250R  (Read 69 times)

Tugboat

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Refreshing an 07 GT250R
« on: May 11, 2018, 03:42:38 AM »

Hey boys,

I have recently purchased myself an 07 GT250R in red that needs quite a bit of work done before it is back on the road. I forgot to take a picture of it before i started stripping it down but im sure you all know what one looks like. body needs some work but engine seems to be in pretty good condition.

Here's a rough list of what needs to be completed before i will put it back on the road.

*Compete clean and degrease including removal of corrosion (previous owner lived on the coast).
*Refresh front and rear wheels and axel (tyres, rims, wheel bearings etc).
*Clean and replace chain and sprockets
*Replace fork seals
*Exhaust and intake
*Calipers and pads
*Repaint or Wrap fairings
*Replace windscreen
*Repair ding in fuel tank from previous owner
*Some cosmetic upgrades.

I'm sure there is more but i cant think of it at the moment.
It's a pretty big project but if you guys are keen i will take photos the whole way through and discussion can be had about the whole process.

Cheers,
Tugboat.   
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Re: Refreshing an 07 GT250R
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2018, 09:59:49 AM »

Good luck Tugboat.....just remember, it is a Hyosung, there will be things to add to your list!!
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Re: Refreshing an 07 GT250R
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2018, 11:37:52 AM »

Not one single electrical repair?  :o
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