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2007 Hyosung GT250R

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It is the real crystal of science that represents a motorcycle technology of this age by a machine designed on the basis of high feedback and perfect control performance in order to react and accommodate riders’ ideas and feeling in the most sensitive way.

Overview

The Hyosung V-twin 250cc engine was designed in Hamamatsu Japan by a design team consisting of engineers who have previously worked in the R&D teams of some of the big Japanese motorcycle companies. Because this engine is the newest design among its rivals, it has many performance features that they do not have. These include roller bearing cam shafts, 2 piece spring dampened bevel silent primary drive gears, dual squelsh combustion chambers etc. These are features that were previously confined to racing engines, and in the past have been uneconomical for other manufacturers to incorporate into smaller capacity engines for street use. Proven DOHC 8 valve engine configuration, with twin downdraft Mikuni carburetors provide the highest volumetric efficiency and air cooling coupled with an oil cooler provide reliability in the harshest conditions.

The latest sport bike styling is incorporated into a practical design. Note the pillion seat and heavy duty pillion grabrail with 3 tie down points for your gear for those long trips. The rider’s seat is firm in design to provide good support and reduce fatigue. Heavy duty rear disc brakes with twin piston fully floating caliper, six spoke alloy wheels with wide tubeless tyres and free flowing exhaust system are used to give maximum performance. A low cost racing muffler is also available if additional engine output is required.


FEATURES

Hyosung GT250R
  • Huge twin front disc brakes with dual twin piston calipers provide amazing stopping power. Large 41mm inverted front forks provide superb handling by working in tune with the gas charged rear shock absorber.
  • Digital instrument panel includes fuel gauge, clock and dual trip meters
  • Dual lens headlamp and aerodynamic fairing are stylish and functional. A tinted windscreen is available as an optional extra. Race position handlebars and adjustable footrest positions give the rider flexibility to tailor the ride position to rider preference.
  • Ready to race, ready to ride. The GT250R is a full size race tuned bike with looks to match. Fully equipped with rollerized V-Twin high output DOHC 8 valve engine, race tuned suspension including inverted forks and gas charged shock absorber, huge brakes, stunning aerodynamics, complimented by digital instruments and adjustable ride position. Whether you’re starting a race career, riding for fun or just getting around, the GT250R is ready to take you where ever you want to go.

SPECS

Hyosung GT250R

Engine
Displacement:
249.00 ccm (15.19 cubic inches)
Engine type: V2
Stroke: 4
Compression: 10.2:1
Bore x stroke: 57.0 x 48.8 mm (2.2 x 1.9 inches)
Fuel system: Carburettor
Fuel control:
DOHC
Starter: Electric
Cooling system: Oil & air
Gearbox: 5-speed

Transmission

  • Final drive: Chain
  • Clutch: Wet Multi-Plate Type

Physical measures

  • Dry weight: 126.0 kg (277.8 pounds)
  • Seat height: 795 mm (31.3 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
  • Overall length: 2,080 mm (81.9 inches)
  • Overall width: 760 mm (29.9 inches)

Chassis
Frame type:
Double cradle
Rear suspension: Gas shock absorber, Pre-Load Adjustable
Tyres

  • Front tyre: 110/70-H17 
  • Rear tyre: 150/70-H17 

Brakes

  • Front brakes: Double disc
  • Rear brakes: Single disc

Top speed: 140.0 km/h (87.0 mph)
Fuel capacity: 13.70 litres (3.62 gallons)
MSRP: $3699

Hyosung GT250R


7 comments:

I have the GT250r it was also missing a couple bolts when i picked it up, the dealership came and picked it up and gave me a ride home, and repaired everything. i have 8000 miles on my 2007 i rode it from California to Colorado and back and i did the ride home in one day 22 hours of redline speed on the v twin and i didn’t encounter one single issue. I am riding it to florida and back to california this summer, me and three buddies all bought them over the summer and minus one that was crashed there all still in good standing. dont hesitate give the bike a chance. at 112 mpg you cant really beat this bike.

This is a great beginner’s bike with a good looking body styling

i’m not that fond of american car services as well

Maybe anthony just had some really bad luck

by a klr650 take back the hysong or whatever they call em i looked @ them not impressed @ all

just wonder......

how can you buy a new bike in first place, if its rotor/caliper were broken, missing brake pad, mirrors move....etc.. not to mention "missing parts"

because...those faults should be dead easy to be noticed by a simply visual checkup...or not...by a testdrive.

I found it hard to believe....you missed all those problems when you first pick up the bike......or you did full payment b4 seeing/testing your bike???

even though your claimts are real, I think it is the distributor who rip you off by selling you a lemon.

because I personally owned a hYOSUNG GT250R, and it runs pretty reliable and the finish is quite up to the quality.

This bike looks good in pictures and the specs are pretty good also. I have a GT250R and I have to tell you the quality is lacking. If yout hinking of saving money in the long run you wont. the company does not honor there 3 year warantee and the bike is of poor quality. I had to report the dealer, City Cycles NY, and Hyosung the company to the BBB, because they refused to fix the missing brake pad and damaged caliper and rotor on my new bike. Mirrors move, rear tire cracked, false neutrals, and there were missing parts when i first picked up the bike.

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