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Hi all, selling off my sym gts200 due to nowaday seldom ride, coe till may 2024 mileage should be about 13000 last done major service on May, windscreen Looking abit weird as previously itchy hand go trim shorter, other then this bike is working perfectly fine, kindly sms me at 83894058 with an offer! Thanks !

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Hi guys, any idea how much will it cost to do a full servicing, include belt, roller replacement etc at JB?, plus any shops there to recommend?

 

Yong Seng motor Trading

 

28,jalan indah 10/2, Taman bukit indah, 81200 Johor Bahru, Malaysia

http://www.routeandgo.net/place/2773461/malaysia/yong-seng-motor-trading#sthash.FG1HkJgi.dpuf

 

price(consider reasonable):

belt, rollers & u shoes(stocks) RM220

labour RM45

 

business hour: 12:00 pm - 22:00 pm(Friday off)

 

comments:

The boss, a former mechanic worked @bukit merah area quite familiar with GTS200 mechanical properties(just aware of roller direction while installation)

 

 

 

SYM official distributor in Johor Bahru

 

http://www.sym.net.my/sym/index.php/contact-us/our-locations

 

price:

belt, rollers & u shoes(stocks) refer the website

labour unknown

GST comply

 

business hour: refer the website

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Hi mudai, hope you still remember me ha3 Ray (off to Switzerland) BTW my dad feedback that my bike unable to reach milage of 350 as used to but max 300 after the overhaul (change belt, 14g roller & kymco clutch). Is this due to the 14g roller? P.S good acceleration thou

 

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Hi mudai, hope you still remember me ha3 Ray (off to Switzerland) BTW my dad feedback that my bike unable to reach milage of 350 as used to but max 300 after the overhaul (change belt, 14g roller & kymco clutch). Is this due to the 14g roller? P.S good acceleration thou

 

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14g should be all right Bro. Mine also the Sam config .what is his riding style ?

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Old man Bro ... cruise & relax @ 90

 

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Need to check on which rpm he goes on 90km/h at 7k or 8k ?

 

Usually after overhaul. Need sometime to get everything settling. I notice the belt part number have play part on fuel Consumption.

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Hi all, could anyone recommend me motordiam that's good in servicing scooter? My SYM GTS 200 rear part vibrate frequently during low gear (probably 1 or 2), it vibrate whenever i trying to accelerate from almost idle to moving (suspect it happen while it trying to switch from gear 1 to gear 2). The vibration is kind of vibration that make me feel like the engine is going to stop.

 

It happens almost all the time during morning, while the engine is cold, and also while the water temperature is only 1 bar. Rarely happen while the water temperature is at 2 bar. This vibration did happened when i first get the bike (brand new), but it was not obvious unless i really pay attention to it, and it won't happen at all after the water temperature go up to 1 bar.

 

I just had my 12,000k service 4 or 5 months ago, got the belt and roller replaced, plus the typical change of engine oil and gear oil. I did sent it back to the motordiam that i used to visit, the mechanic help me to service the clutch and the problem gone for around 2 months, and now it's back again.

 

Anyone has the same experience? or it's just normal for this bike?

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Hi all, could anyone recommend me motordiam that's good in servicing scooter? My SYM GTS 200 rear part vibrate frequently during low gear (probably 1 or 2), it vibrate whenever i trying to accelerate from almost idle to moving (suspect it happen while it trying to switch from gear 1 to gear 2). The vibration is kind of vibration that make me feel like the engine is going to stop.

 

It happens almost all the time during morning, while the engine is cold, and also while the water temperature is only 1 bar. Rarely happen while the water temperature is at 2 bar. This vibration did happened when i first get the bike (brand new), but it was not obvious unless i really pay attention to it, and it won't happen at all after the water temperature go up to 1 bar.

 

I just had my 12,000k service 4 or 5 months ago, got the belt and roller replaced, plus the typical change of engine oil and gear oil. I did sent it back to the motordiam that i used to visit, the mechanic help me to service the clutch and the problem gone for around 2 months, and now it's back again.

 

Anyone has the same experience? or it's just normal for this bike?

 

Sound like clutch slipping. It normal after sometime when the clutch material is glazed and the bell is dusty. You need to clean the bell and clutch to see if that solve the problem first before moving on to other possible causes. Another possibility is the carb.

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Hi all, could anyone recommend me motordiam that's good in servicing scooter? My SYM GTS 200 rear part vibrate frequently during low gear (probably 1 or 2), it vibrate whenever i trying to accelerate from almost idle to moving (suspect it happen while it trying to switch from gear 1 to gear 2). The vibration is kind of vibration that make me feel like the engine is going to stop.

 

It happens almost all the time during morning, while the engine is cold, and also while the water temperature is only 1 bar. Rarely happen while the water temperature is at 2 bar. This vibration did happened when i first get the bike (brand new), but it was not obvious unless i really pay attention to it, and it won't happen at all after the water temperature go up to 1 bar.

 

I just had my 12,000k service 4 or 5 months ago, got the belt and roller replaced, plus the typical change of engine oil and gear oil. I did sent it back to the motordiam that i used to visit, the mechanic help me to service the clutch and the problem gone for around 2 months, and now it's back again.

 

Anyone has the same experience? or it's just normal for this bike?

 

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Sound like clutch slipping. It normal after sometime when the clutch material is glazed and the bell is dusty. You need to clean the bell and clutch to see if that solve the problem first before moving on to other possible causes. Another possibility is the carb.

 

thx, will try it out :D

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wat coolant u guys using ?any recommend that can buy at petrol station ?need to top up ...

 

any coolant will do. best to drain and flash the system rather than top up. it a simple job.

 

you need to change it regularly. the recommended interval is every 10,000 km.

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