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2010-07-14 2009 Hyosung GT650 Motorcycles View Listings

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It has great low end torque, good power and it's smooth until you hit the higher rpm. For a 650cc engine, I'm really impressed with the overall performance of the engine. The shocks are a bit stiff which is to be expected on a sport bike. The brakes work well after a break-in period. The chassis is a delight on a curvy road. The fit and finish are very good. For the money, it can't be beat. I wish the FI system was adjustable, it's too lean at part throttle and decel.
- Kenneth Rogers, Tunnel Hill , Georgia

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2009-06-26 2009 Hyosung GT650 Motorcycles View Listings

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Great machine, lots of torque, handles well. Easy on the wallet. Sounds great even with original pipe. The only complaint would be rough shifting from 1 st to 2nd gear sometimes.
- Stephan , Rockland, Ontario

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2007-01-28 2006 Hyosung GT650 Motorcycles View Listings

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Hi again Guys & Gals. Well, we now have a few more kms on the clock with more experience on this machine as well. Cornering hard, the bike just wants to keep leaning into the corners. Off cambers can be a bit exciting, but don't back off. Powering out of a corner needs caution as it tended to slide a little on the rear tire. Seems a bit top heavy in strong winds, and also with a pillion on the rear. Overall, this is a Jaguar waiting to be unleashed. 2nd gear should not be taken for granted when hitting the 7000rpm, it will with no effort lift the front wheel off the road with ease. Be careful. Overall, riding was good but the pillion seat has been re-padded and as the wife says, it's fine now. This bike in my view would have no effort in cruising at 130 to 140 all day.
- G Williams, Picton, New Zealand (Aotearoa)

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