Question about 2005 Hyosung GT 650 R
Hi can any one help?i have a hyosung gt125 04 plate and for the last few weeks have been having problems with acceleration and idling(basically cuts out when there is no choke on) when it started doing this i did a full service on it with all orig parts but this has not solved the problem any one have any ideas what it could be? thanks Steve
The jets on the carb need to be cleaned.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
Either or, could be anything. the easiest solution (fix) might be tat your idle screw (left side of the engine sitting on your bike) may be set too low so when you idle, the idle revs are set waaaay to low and it simply cuts out. do you have this problem when you are changing down gears from 2nd to 1st, it seems like its about to cut out? (this is without choke)
Posted on Jan 28, 2013
Hi. Sounds like it could be leaky inlet rubbers. If it sucks air into the mixture it wont run without choke. spray some easy start onto the rubbers while the bike is running and see if the revs increase, if they do you possibly need new inlet manifolds.
Posted on Jan 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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