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The seat layout in gts200 seems to be designed the rider and pillion to sit a bit far. (i mean the rider and pillion not sit closely as in spark, X1, cbf150 ect.....)

 

I want my pillion to sit closely with me (especially if it's a girl! ..... just concern their safety :thumb: ) Any one here have a try modification of the seat? Please kindly point out where to and roughly how much...........TQ.....:p :P

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how long have your roller last changes? or last changes you belt?

 

I went for full servicing last month............But, my bike moving off at 4.5 rpm since i bought it a year back.

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I went for full servicing last month............But, my bike moving off at 4.5 rpm since i bought it a year back.

 

did the full servicing include changing of your rollers? normally my bike moves off at 3k rpm.

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ohhh... Guys.. Our SYM forum is dying... Please be more active if Free lor. Or is it you guys had all upgraded to bigger bike or car??

 

not that we have upgraded or wat lar... bzy earning money to survive :angel:

SYM GTS 200 - 2005 - 2007

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you guys gts 200 wheb hitting top speed and rpm 9k i suppose. Is the engine very loud and stressful? Or still smooth and steady?

 

8-9k rpm most of your ride will break the belt easily? as thinking if use to travel NSHW.

 

i hit top speed normally at 8.5k rpm...

 

loud or not i am not sure coz to used to the sound le lol

 

break belt have not encounter before but advise that you bring a spare belt and tools to change it should you plan to go far up north at max speed. anyways max speed is ard 120km/h (base on speedo).

SYM GTS 200 - 2005 - 2007

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did the full servicing include changing of your rollers? normally my bike moves off at 3k rpm.

 

 

my moving off oso at 4- 4.5k rpm leh...:giddy:

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btw ...

any bros here had the roller plate change to polini speed control???

the metal plate tht hold the roller...

wads the effect???

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btw ...

any bros here had the roller plate change to polini speed control???

the metal plate tht hold the roller...

wads the effect???

 

It was told that the RPM will be lower, like 8.5k RPM hit 120 km/h. it will fall to 7.8k to 8.2k RPM when hit 120km/h. depend on your weight also. Top speed will increase by 5-10 km/h. smoother pick up. But costly.

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i am using pollini speed control... personally not much difference but one thing that is for sure is that the rollers can last longer than the original ones... top speed wise i feel that it is same leh

SYM GTS 200 - 2005 - 2007

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sometime when go NSHW to malacca belt snap have to change.. if not very hard to come back and very costly if call bikebulance

 

agreed but make sure you have the tools for changing. but if its me i would change my belt before i go lol

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Changing the rollers (green and red combi) to aftermarket one enables the bike to move off at 3krpm instead of 4 - 4.5krpm for stock.

 

Stock rollers can last around 6000km depending on riding style. The more throttle happy u are, the faster the rollers worn out.

 

Polini Rollers can last me 10,000km which i change together with my belt or rather, full servicing.

 

my ex-bike, the GTS 200, with polini speed control, clutch bell and rollers can only manage a top of 115km/h at 8.5krpm...

 

I was riding alone with my box taken out and i am around 70kg...

 

personally i feel no need to worry about going up north. Do a good servicing, and the bike will take you places. I ride all the way up to cameroon highlands. But don't stress the bike by riding at 8.5krpm... it will scream and vibrate...

c'est la vie~

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