@mf448kxn6Active 13 hours ago
If we can get this main object out of the way, everything else will be easier.
Have you taken apart the carb bottom and top covers , take all parts out and dip in ultrasonic bath , or air compressor (OEM suggested) and also liquid carb cleaner to clean outside the skeleton body and inside if there wasnt an ultrasonic bath involved? It’s r…[Read more]
Hey the “status” feature of the site may be going away in the upcoming site redesign. I would recommend to post a FORUM TOPIC instead , just tap the link below , and repeat what you said in detail.
Koreans should be more clear.
17mm = when carb is sitting on bike manifolds.
7mm = upside down on the table. 🙂
Because its a GV125.
Both manifolds join with a T-Piece junction and they feed only the fuel pump.
The tap on GV125 doesnt use vacuum as its manual ON/OFF 🙂
♠️ MARCEL replied to the topic How to change Vacuum Lines on Hyosung GT125R GT250R & GT Comet (Air Hose Diagram) in the forum 🔧 Hyosung Technical Help 1 week ago
Hey its OK.
Front intake pipe = fuel pump.
Rear intake pipe = vacuum tank tap.
Only GT250R & GT250
Any 125 owners should follow the original topic at the very top above ^^
Hope that helps.
F1 light shouldn’t be there. The EFi dash is only for the EFi machines with an EFi ECU
So if you have a carby bike, then you have a CDI which has simpler electronics, it would require a Carby Dash. Tell us the part number on your CDI if you can and also if possible upload a picture of your carbs between the engine on this site.
Check the forum fella, sorry i saw this status late. Usually Topics have to be posted , i will remove the “status” feature soon as that’s now confusing the navigation for everyone.
Search “fuel” and search “vacuum” at the top of the site. you will see 2 topics that answer your questions.
Have you checked the forum for a 2008-2010 efi manual ? There is a page that shows you how to trick the ECU to display diagnostic code on the dash.
Instead of a switch, people sometimes put a paper clip across the 2 pins under the pillion seat , but caution when you do this though!
I wont lie though i do have a lower cc 2003 GV i just acquired to break for parts but i changed my mind. I really do like the old shape look compared to its recent ones.
If i was to get a GV650 id get the pre2004 ones. Not a trend killer copy but oem plastics are just much nicer than the likes of ST7!
Dont know many people in UK with the g…[Read more]
Sorry I didnt reply sooner. Mad week!
But sadly it isnt compatible or else I would verified this already in the shop description.
♠️ MARCEL replied to the topic [Tutorial] How to swap Carb Main Jets – Hyosung GV & GT 125/250 in the forum 🔧 Hyosung Technical Help 1 month ago
90 Front and 92.5 rear as mentioned in the the tutorial. Pilots stay the same. The mixtures don’t need messing with as Koreans already set them uniquely each carb.
Only after you followed the diagrams.
Then be *wise & careful* doing this. Have someone with you.
Bike on paddock stand. Start it. let it idle for 2mins. Drop to 1st gear. See if the rear wheel spins.
Rev up while in gear. If it cuts. Its your carb or whole fuel system again.
This is assuming clutch is OK (the whole basket inside the mo…[Read more]
I would double check the clutch bypass and the standbypass again.
The CDI isn’t sure thats why you cut when engaging 1st gear. I rarely encourage bypassing clutch switch. Peharps consider connecting it back ?
Though the sidestand switch can be bypassed yes as thats the most annoying thing on thebike tbh.
Also check neutral switch.
If i do…[Read more]
You are welcome.
It’s a good idea to start a Topic so that others came probably chime in when i am not around or pictures can be attached.
Try following this link 🙂
Now your topics will appear the front page of the website like everyone else’s
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