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I’ve looked at the GA parts book, it just says ” 31800-35C00” – Starter Relay (Various Hyosung bikes)
Are you able to attach a picture to point to which fuse you came across? Hit “Add media” to upload a quick one.
Some folk use wemoto, i can’t comment on their quality , could be taiwanese as they seem to do a lot of china stuff (cheap pattern-copy parts)
I buy many jets in the trade while i fix customer bikes or they go with the K&N filters that are stocked now. The jets can be sold on their own, you can message me next week as i am due to list them…[Read more]
If we search deep enough on the web, there is anough complaints even on facebook, where everyone hates the hyosung stators that seems to fry things sometimes.
So i wouldn’t personally put hot grips, they won’t be that hot to be fair as the GTR has a solid bars (it has to heat that solid metal element too) & contend with the wind chills. Some…[Read more]
That thing is called the fake emissions. You can bypass this by BLOCKING pipes that FEED it.
1 goes to airbox unit
1 goes to engine cylinder
1 slim pipe from the intake manifold
^ those 3 above = stick a metal bung or bolt and clamp it hard. EGR bypassed. The engine won’t even miss it.
Now we have less chaotic pipeline to work with ;-)…[Read more]
I’m about to head off to bed, but i have an EFI version here and rode the carby 125 before , believe me…..I understand you clearly lol.
Click “Add media” in the reply box, to attach some photos so we see where you got stuck at ?
If the bike was in Korea for whatever reason or warranty work etc, the engineers would have to drop the engine to…[Read more]
Moved to “Technical”.
If you also go for a fast sprint, then all of a sudden the bike comes to a halt. Attack these below:
– Fuel Pump (open it, check for dirt)
– Clogged Carbs (plugs will look glazed white if its too lean to run top gear all the time)
– Because of leaning running (i hope not), the plugs will go as hot as they can then they sl…[Read more]
Hey Steve, I should have copied the event details on to this site, but we appear to have some numbers in
So i will announce it forum wide shortly.
The event is a Meet & Ride that’s happening at Rochdale Lake (Wine Press Inn) for a rideout to the holmfirth valleys.
I wouldn’t know a specific…[Read more]
I replied to your email, and yes I would say the stator may either take the reg with it (as it’s not able to regulate what your stator is doing so to speak) or a fishy regs takes out a healthy stator vise versa , so the 2 are kinda like a married pair for the charging system . Stator is also part of ignition system anyway also so it’s “blu…[Read more]
If you struggle on amazon or something I can always send one just email me and will supply correct ones.
The ideal regs as before
– shingden for hyo , involves splicing , popular in US.
– another brand to check out is Electrosport n i own one on bike #2 for years. I do them sometimes for EFI machines as i have a GV250 Efi as test bed. 250…[Read more]
Pops on exhaust can be a sign of something going on with the injection system if it sounds like misfire.
The true way of checking is by a mech usually get readings on meters on certain devices as how the service manuals instruct them based on what issues the bike makes.
I would consider again your exhaust system. At least go back to the stock…[Read more]
You can message me in 48hrs as i will be listing one on ebay as i am due to strip an efi bike soon.
Genuine ones last better than china copies but they want to be covered from water end to end and the spring tip has a bit of grease inside it.
You are correct, the efi bikes all have the intake sensors to know air system has changed from the ecu’s settings, the ecu isn’t going to “upjet” the fuel so to speak.
i believe the stock filter is a lot of air already since it shares the same filter with certain GV650s. Some have huge holes compared to the carby era.
the exhaust lambda s…[Read more]
I’ve gone in to detail in one of the old forum topics about starting / fueling / electrical woes on the gt125s and gv125 since they share the same motor and coils etc. Hyosung branded electrics on those carby bikes can be woeful but hey, it’s not japanese tech. I would highly suggest to be sure your carb is clean, since the pilot holes…
I’ll be honest to say the pics look like you may have taiwanese copies of these things which are just as lethal, so may not be a true mosfet type reg or genuine hyosung stator (though they are woeful too)
Shingden is the common reg upgrade which involves wire splicing etc, so it wont be too cheap either but its better than the basic shunt typ…[Read more]
♠️ MARCEL replied to the topic [Tutorial] How to Change Oil & Filter on Hyosung GV + GT125/250 +R in the forum 🔧 Hyosung Technical Help 2 weeks ago
We don’t know what brand or part numbers the stator n reg came with as the 650 uses various with the GV sometimes or wrong one was fitted causing it not to recieve magentism from the flywheel to charge up the coils , we don’t know till they confirm specifics . I would still test it and your mind will have the answer right there if its producing or not.
You ain’t too far from me , i may be in Lincs when its warmer, so we may go for a sprint if she is ready or meet us in rochdale for march meet 😉 , event details on facebook or ill post info soon on this website over weekend im sure.
As long you take your time to address each part , we should expect progress , good luck
Strip the carbs again, remember the brass tube with the tiniest hole, yeah thats the starting ports used for starting the bike, even compressed air helps blow the holes clean through trust, its very very very small lol. A single strand of a headphone wire should be able to go in and out.
Do this with pilot jets, take them out and make s…[Read more]
This is commonly , i mean commonly across the hyosung 125 to 650 twins is the regulator that fails a lot and tends to take the stator with it or the stator has waned down fast and has took the reg with it. bike running like its on limited juice off the battery then battery has issues.
Start your bike , unhook the 3 yellow color plug coming from…[Read more]
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