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July 30, 2008 at 9:44 am #1816BoOZe P-ti MotardParticipant
i told you guys about chinese taiwanese korean watever non-japanese bikesJuly 30, 2008 at 3:22 pm #9603ShannonGParticipant
That is a useful link, and it ends the speculation about the Hyosung, for me at least. Such a shame, because I think they’re great looking bikes.July 30, 2008 at 6:30 pm #9617ShaneParticipant
Some people seem to have a great experience with them while others don’t. It’s a little hit and miss.
The birds are calling my name, thought Caw.July 30, 2008 at 9:44 pm #9624CBennettParticipant
Great looking bikes, and the thing I like is from what ive read the Hyosung 250 is actually based or i should say uses the bigger bikes frame but just has a smaller engine..I LOVE that fact as then you feel like your not scrunched up into a pint size bike (which almost all 250’s seem to be..they are just not as big as the 600’s 650’s but the people riding them just look so scrunched up on a smaller bike. Thats why I wish the hyosung was a better bike or the other manufacturers would start making a bike “like” the Hyousing thats as big or uses the same frame as their 600/650’s BUT just puts a 250-400 engine in place of the larger engine..that would be my perfect bike..I hate being crampedJuly 30, 2008 at 10:39 pm #9627BoOZe P-ti MotardParticipant
hyosung could have been a good bike only if it wasn’t miser on resouces, imean as i said earlier in here, the material used for the engine, gearings and cylinders are not of good quality as japanese. see the man said the bike is new and he can already pinpoint rust spots. and i agree. i rode a bike here named Jieda, a 150cc, cbr600f-like bike.check it out on net u’ll have a better idea. the bike is good, good power but is minimised due to the heavy chassis. the bike was not one and a half months since it was bought and the owner wanted to sell it.fink it’s korean bike i duuno.and i inspected the bike.rust and the big dang was the faring starrted to vibrate monstrously and the s[eedometer background as well and later the rev needle stopped working and would jerk up and down and the big finish. the suppot which connected the headlamp to the faring got proken so at night the beam would cast the light too low and if i put it in place, the vibration would push it inside again. but it was a nice bike to try on lol.
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