Absolutely great, It took a little physical adjusting, but it's much easier to handle now. I've been reading that the Hyo is 100lbs over a number of bikes in it's class but on a clear day in December I managed to pull the front end quite high in the air... much to my enjoyment and surprise, especially because it was in the middle of a busy 4 lane intersection. Overall good price and runs good. although I'm thinking of blackening the exhaust pipes now that the've got heat burns on the crome..fordfreek said:endorfinized: glad you got your bike up and running right. And, I am a rider(well at least 13years ago I was), a mechanic by trade and a engineer.
Your theory is now flawed!!!:neener of course I never said what type of mechanic or engineer I was.
You have to remember that people are always going to be a little bit more defensive in here.There seems to always be people that want to come badmouth Hyosung without even knowing anything about the bike except "word of mouth".
Its all good though as you still have the Hyo!
Besides the problems you had, how do you like it overall for the price??
Congrats!!! Welcome to SBN:twofinger (<--our standard greeting), and welcome to the family.....unionboy84 said:hey all, just went and put a down payment on an 07 hyo gt650r... just waiting for that approval call will be taking the msf course this weekend so cant pick it up til monday. can't wait, first bike
EighteenAndILikeIt has a point in regards to getting your MC license on the Hyo. At least here in Wa his Hyo doesn't even come close to turning sharp enough to pass the test(speaking of the GT650R w/clip-ons). You might wanna borrow a tighter turning bike to make the test easier.EighteenAndILikeIt said:I tried to take the Endorsement test on my Hyo 650, and there was no way.