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2006-09-27 2004 Kasea RC 125F Motorcycles View Listings

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This is the sickest bike out there. I've been riding Suzuki, Honda, Kawasaki, and Yamaha and I love this a lot more. I blows past the TTR, DRZ, and CRF 125's. It will take jumps but you will need a bigger spring on the rear, other than that, it's amazing. I rode it for 4 miles topped out and nothing has happened. Have you ever realized this is a youth bike - not for 180lb man?
- lala, denver, Colorado

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2003-11-13 2002 Kasea Sense Scooters View Listings

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Hi all! Thought I'd post my impression and experience about the Hyosung Sense. Ok here goes. I bought this scooter May 2002 on a whim and so far I'm very happy with it. Although it's a little underpowered at takeoff for the size of the bike it's been very reliable and comfortable to ride. So far I've put 10000 km on it without any major problems. Below I listed the pros and cons for the Sense. Pros: Big comfy seat and lots of leg room for tall riders. Shocks are good and so far no loose body panels or unwanted rattles. Stock parts like belt and tires seem to last longer than my previous Honda Elite LX. Engine still pulls like the first day I got it and has no sign of wear and tear. Brakes work very well unlike my previous honda Elite. Cons: Parts are harder to get than better known brands and seem to cost more. Headlight is a little dim and also has an annoying fliker to it.Tends to wear out front brake pads prematurely after only 3000 km. Getting to engine for service is a pain because side body panels and seat needs to be disassembled first. Muffler tends to rust prematurely. Use of screws instead of bolts is not a good idea on hyosungs part. Thanks and Cya all!
- Bozo, Montreal

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