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Sym GTS 300i/200 evo (joymax)


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Hi guys I just got a GTS 200 with a box. However, I would like to replace the box with the pillion backrest. Any idea where can I get the pillion backrest?

how much is it?

Also, any good recommendation for servicing in the west?

When do I have to do basic/full service?

Thank you.

 

hi i just bought new sym j.r. and came with a pillion backrest ,but not sure can fit gts 200,if to try pls sms 93685850

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Hi all. My joyride 200 evo idle rpm hovers around 2000. I read from manual states should be about 1800. I cleaned the throttle body but remains the same. What do I do?

 

My new 1 mth old j/r also at around 2000 ; i think it is all right to have a slight higher rpm,after all because my 7 yr old had slower rpm (below 2k) sudden die fire when slow down at Aye lane 4, lucky still live if not bus driver's action. trade in nextday at Ma when he offer gd 4k for it. Few cents fuel is worth it.

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Any one on Joyride 200i Evo using aftermarket suspensions.

 

Went for oil change and motortiam point out my tyres uneven wear and suggests it's due to the stock sym suspension.

 

Quoted $180 with installation.

 

hello, can get below 90 all in brand new good susp. but u must need half a day, if need pls sms 93685850.

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Hi all. My joyride 200 evo idle rpm hovers around 2000. I read from manual states should be about 1800. I cleaned the throttle body but remains the same. What do I do?

 

should not be a problem, mine also like that sometimes 2000 sometimes lower,

been using it for 3 years already did not have any problem so far

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Dear all.

 

Without opening the transmissio cover, can any owner tell me what is the correct dimension for belting for our joyride 200 evo?

 

Thanks

It is 818.86 x 18.7 x 28 orginal drive belt , made in taiwan(Sanyang ind.) pls sms 93685850 i hav all cheap lobang for j.d. 200 evo only!
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i am riding a GTS200, recently, I realise that the RPM is not stable, ranging from 1200 to 2000. moving up and down as if it will stalled. may I know what is the problem? please enlighten me. same kind of petrol, engine oil used.

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Hi guys, I am looking at buying either a new or second-hand Joymax 300, called Mah motor and they said its phased out, replaced with 2017 CruiSym 300. The main diff is that its slightly bigger cc, meets Euro 4, cosmetic changes like the LED turning indicators, slightly heavier as the bike is slightly higher and longer.

 

Just looking for more comments on what difference are there between the 2013 versions and the 2015 versions for the Joymax, or should I just buy a new CruiSym ? Thanks !

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Hi guys, I am looking at buying either a new or second-hand Joymax 300, called Mah motor and they said its phased out, replaced with 2017 CruiSym 300. The main diff is that its slightly bigger cc, meets Euro 4, cosmetic changes like the LED turning indicators, slightly heavier as the bike is slightly higher and longer.

 

Just looking for more comments on what difference are there between the 2013 versions and the 2015 versions for the Joymax, or should I just buy a new CruiSym ? Thanks !

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