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Dibss

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Ask me any questions, just bought a new GD250R (fully faired)
« on: November 28, 2018, 12:50:42 AM »

About 145 miles, and it still runs strong. Will send pics if asked for. Should I start a youtube channel around the bike? There isn't enough content out there about it :o

I'm in California btw!

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Re: Ask me any questions, just bought a new GD250R (fully faired)
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2018, 07:24:43 AM »

About 145 miles, and it still runs strong. Will send pics if asked for. Should I start a youtube channel around the bike? There isn't enough content out there about it :o

I'm in California btw!

Cheers,
Pictures and a write up on the bike would be welcome .
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Re: Ask me any questions, just bought a new GD250R (fully faired)
« Reply #2 on: December 02, 2018, 07:59:46 AM »

About 145 miles, and it still runs strong. Will send pics if asked for. Should I start a youtube channel around the bike? There isn't enough content out there about it :o

I'm in California btw!

Cheers,


I have one as well.  Did an hid kit on it and a foot peg delete.  Make a youtube channel about stuff to make it more popular.
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Re: Ask me any questions, just bought a new GD250R (fully faired)
« Reply #3 on: December 12, 2018, 11:39:57 PM »

A 111814 PCV cover just came off. i have no idea what it does but it won’t snap back on. It has a long line attached to it, I’ll add a pic if possible


227 miles on the bike as of now
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Re: Ask me any questions, just bought a new GD250R (fully faired)
« Reply #4 on: December 15, 2018, 03:22:25 AM »

Here is a pic of cap. I'm sure something fell off. At 245 miles, bike has good ride quality, but the gearbox (I'd have to say) is complete garbage (My MSF bike had a better gearbox, which is sad lol). While shifting every now and then it will randomly rev out of gear and then you'd have to shift back into gear. Additionally, fuel and heat indicators are very inaccurate.

Other than that bike has good ride quality and looks better than any 250 in the class
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Re: Ask me any questions, just bought a new GD250R (fully faired)
« Reply #5 on: December 16, 2018, 03:32:16 AM »

Try lowering the shift lever a bit, that could happen if you don't give the lever the full force it needs. Maybe it will help.
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Re: Ask me any questions, just bought a new GD250R (fully faired)
« Reply #6 on: December 30, 2018, 12:04:25 AM »

At about 350 miles. The bikes ignition cap (the thing surrounding the ignition circle), the left side screw came off. And gears of course are still weird, but other than that, bike has been good to me. Starts every time, besides a few hiccups here and there. Getting my first service (oil change and filter) around 500-600 miles.
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Re: Ask me any questions, just bought a new GD250R (fully faired)
« Reply #7 on: December 31, 2018, 07:27:00 AM »

Are you sure it is a PCV valve? It looks like it could be part of the evaporative system and goes to the carbon canister. It is probably not a big deal. Mine was defeated by a ECU race update to my KTM RC390. If it really is a PCV, then just use a little silicone glue to replace and hold.. If it is the other, it will attach to a small canister or the line will lead to a small canister in which case I would no longer worry about it.

What it does is bring some of the gas vapors from the tank to the intake when starting the engine. I am sure there is a little more to it but I can't remember. The PCV valve on the other hand vents pressure from the crankcase to the intake.

You should check all of the screws and bolts for tightness.
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