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    Quote Originally Posted by Rai View Post
    howsit? does any one have any info on where i can get re jetting kits? and how much do they cost? brought the demon can, wiped off baffell, riding on motorway around 7g it lost power and cut out on me, before i fitted the can, i modified the original air filter box opening it rite up to allow more air intake, then set the needle settings to its highest point, running the demon is not working, so shes parked in the shed. does anyone have any info, comments id appreciate it.
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    Thumbs up Mods for Hyosung GT250R

    Hey,

    Does anyone know how to check the type of bulbs on this machine without stripping her? I've seen a site where I can buy 4300k bulbs without have to install a convertor. Just want to get rid of the current lights and improve my vision at night at the same time getting it to look better at low cost. Is it possible to install repco H1 bulbs without having to get a convertor too. Sorry new to the game so not really where to go.

    This is the site for the head light kit.
    http://www.epfguzzi.com/hyosung/accessories/gt250.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaneh View Post
    Just one question, how on earth do you get your bike up to 160 km/h ?
    I can't get more than 130 km/h out of mine (naked, full throttle, chest on the tank in top gear). Is my bike rooted or am I too fat (75kg) ?
    Fatty!!! Try changing to 5th? My hyo goes up to like 160 before I start hitting the redline

    Ewww I just realised how old this post is, meh.

    I'm gonna try the CDI mod as the flat spot is retarded, trying to beat all the traffic at the lights is so lame, as soon as I get to third I have to instachange to 4th to get out of the flat spot but being in 4th = no acceleration, of course by then im at 50kms anyway, this could also relate to accelerating on the open road too so same story..

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    Quote Originally Posted by AE4ME View Post
    Fatty!!! Try changing to 5th? My hyo goes up to like 160 before I start hitting the redline

    Ewww I just realised how old this post is, meh.

    I'm gonna try the CDI mod as the flat spot is retarded, trying to beat all the traffic at the lights is so lame, as soon as I get to third I have to instachange to 4th to get out of the flat spot but being in 4th = no acceleration, of course by then im at 50kms anyway, this could also relate to accelerating on the open road too so same story..

    Just get the 650.
    By the time your in 3rd your doing double the posted speed limit.
    No need to worry about a low range flat spot.

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    Got a mate with a GTR250. How hard are the shims to check, its up for its 15k check.
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    TRE Mod

    Has anyone done this to the new 2012 versions of GT250r, or is the mod more for the non EFI bikes?

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    wow! she sounds hott!
    i ride a stock standard 06 gt250r, i'd love to see the result!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrunkenMistake View Post
    Just get the 650.
    By the time your in 3rd your doing double the posted speed limit.
    No need to worry about a low range flat spot.
    I can't afford it lol and when I upgrade im not getting a hyobag no no no!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AE4ME View Post
    I can't afford it lol and when I upgrade im not getting a hyobag no no no!
    Nothing wrong with it,
    By the time I get a new bike, I will be so used to the Hyo tank that a lighter bike will be like a push bike in comparison haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by slan_mark View Post
    Hey,

    Does anyone know how to check the type of bulbs on this machine without stripping her? I've seen a site where I can buy 4300k bulbs without have to install a convertor. Just want to get rid of the current lights and improve my vision at night at the same time getting it to look better at low cost. Is it possible to install repco H1 bulbs without having to get a convertor too. Sorry new to the game so not really where to go.

    This is the site for the head light kit.
    http://www.epfguzzi.com/hyosung/accessories/gt250.html
    They take an H1 and an H3 - pretty easy to do but you have to take the fairings off. I just did mine this weekend - PM me if you need any tips or have any questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francewavidok View Post
    They take an H1 and an H3 - pretty easy to do but you have to take the fairings off. I just did mine this weekend - PM me if you need any tips or have any questions.
    My understanding is the later models are H1/H1, and the earlier models are H3/H1. You can get at the bulbs by removing the instrument panel cover - you don't need to remove the fairings. It you WANT to remove the fairings, consider removing the entire front end (black bracket on the steering head) - it's easier than fiddling with it on the bike.
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    Thats exactly what I did fairing wise, i have an 08 and needed an h3 and an h1

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    I haven't read through whole thread, but wanting to know where to buy jets from 97.5 & 100?
    And is the BMC filter beter than the K&N?

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