CO newbie with a few questions
July 30, 2008 at 2:55 am #9567BuddParticipant
Hyosung is not a new company or even new to motorcycles in Korea. They are new to the states. From what I heard they are a little cheap, but most of the problems are coming from improper dealer assembly because they are not familiar with the bike, or just don’t care. A lot of people have called them the KIA of the motorcycle world.
“I am the best there is at what I do, and what I do ain’t nice.”-WolverineJuly 30, 2008 at 7:44 am #9582
Ok korean but not japanese… and you are absolutely right… and I know about hyosungs, only two gt650r but plenty of 125cc!
Solomolo RiderJuly 30, 2008 at 7:51 am #9583
You might be right on certain points but the overall bike parts and system are not made of genuine resources. This is to decrease the bike’s price, in certain ways and act as a competitor to other bikes. My ol’bike had a competitor, same design except for a few changes but the material of which the cylinders and crankcase were made were no good at all. Better invest some $$ into something good and you won’t have to deal with problems later, I got my lesson! ^[email protected]#^& and btw, I heard suzukis gixxer had their parts from that company?
Solomolo RiderJuly 30, 2008 at 4:52 pm #9610
I heard Hyosung makes parts for Suzuki too. But my Suzuki dealer denied that vehemently.July 30, 2008 at 4:52 pm #9611
I heard Hyosung makes parts for Suzuki too. But my Suzuki dealer denied that vehemently.July 30, 2008 at 4:52 pm #9612
I heard Hyosung makes parts for Suzuki too. But my Suzuki dealer denied that vehemently.July 30, 2008 at 6:26 pm #9616MattParticipant
Good to see I’m not hte only one with double (or triple?) posting issues.
I don’t think Hyosung makes any Suzuki parts anymore. I’m not certain they ever did. I’ve heard conflicting reports on this, though in all cases they said Hyosung made stuff for the Asian market only (so no Hyosung/Suzuki stuff would end up over here). Their relationship has more been one of combined R&D.
I think the “getting parts for hyosungs” is a bit overblown. A lot of that has to do with the distributor and dealerships. My local Hyosung dealership seems pretty on the ball, and no one has ever complained about them not getting a part in right away.
The problem with the internet: Everyone gets the same font size.July 30, 2008 at 10:47 pm #9628
what’s left of hyosung bike leave nothing to complain of…lol…and sorry JOLLIER80, forget about he gv unless you wna sell it soon but still i dnt recomend the hyosung (see kawa 1 hyosung 0 in forum..hehe) better invest some extra $ on sumfin good and better and genuine and..enough…
yamaha also i have certain doubts on…what are left are kawiz, hondaz and fak italians except the hooligan bikes..
Solomolo RiderAugust 2, 2008 at 8:42 pm #9803
The quality and lack of bikes on the road was/is a concern for me. Thanks for the response.August 2, 2008 at 8:43 pm #9804
I’ve signed up for the course offered at this location for Aug 16-18! Very much looking forward to it. Thanks for the response!
JoshAugust 2, 2008 at 8:48 pm #9805
Thanks but I’m not really a fan of sport bikes. I find this site extremely beneficial, useful and sensible. The attitude of “all the gear all the time” is something that fits with my mindset for riding. For all involved in maintaining this site, keep up the excellent work.
JoshAugust 3, 2008 at 3:28 am #9812megaspazParticipant
good deal… have yourself a great time because it is a fun class to take.
If there’s anything more important than my ego
around, I want it caught and shot now…
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.