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Hi all, I had just recently bought a 2nd hand Sym joyride 200 Evo, I can't find a forum on joyride. Recently, I had a problem with the temperature gauge. After traveling from kpe to mce, the bike temp went all the up to "H". After Travelling for another 5 min, it drop to 1/4. Is there something wrong with the gague?

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hi every one i just bought my sym gts 200

Can any 1 intro me to a reliable and reasonable place to do full service

 

Full service

Wash Carb

install volt meter i have my own just install

maybe check my cvt need to be service

tighten my front brake level

 

hope it wun cost a bomb

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hey bro, i provide upgrades and servicing for all sym gts200 models.. our price has been revised and cost cheaper now for taiwanese scooter owners. feel free to let me know how i can help in any case!!! :D 86878551

 

hi every one i just bought my sym gts 200

Can any 1 intro me to a reliable and reasonable place to do full service

 

Full service

Wash Carb

install volt meter i have my own just install

maybe check my cvt need to be service

tighten my front brake level

 

hope it wun cost a bomb

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Hi guys, would like to ask for advice. I've not run my bike for 2 weeks & now it's unable to start. There're lights, horn etc. My kick start thread has worn out hence are there alternative to start it? Thanks

 

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Jump start it could work? There are portable batteries that comes with jump start kits. Or get a bike to jump start it.

 

When your bike starts, consider installing a voltage meter to see your batt level.

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i second that bro.. better to always install a volt meter to check what is the level u are at.. this will decrease the chances of breaking down

 

Jump start it could work? There are portable batteries that comes with jump start kits. Or get a bike to jump start it.

 

When your bike starts, consider installing a voltage meter to see your batt level.

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Hi All,

I just bought a gts 200 and I am planning to change the gear oil (transmission oil), engine oil, and spark plug on my own.

Would appreciate if someone could share what oil and spark plugs are you using and where do you buy it (also how much?).

Also, is future scooter a good shop to service your gts?

Thanks!

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Hi, my gts 200 is over heating. Coolant reservoir boiling and spilling out. Coolant is turning brown... but no sign of oil. Engine oil is clear. Night riding is fine, but in day time especially going slight slope at ecp.. overheat fron 2 to 4 bars in afew minutes. Coolant spilling steam and coolant from cap.

 

Which shop do u guys service this kind of problems successfully. If the head gasket... what is the cost ? New thermostat how much ?

 

Thanks.. gts 200 has good storage and is a nice ride, as best i do not want to change this bike.

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Good morning all bike owners, i am new to this forum. sorry if i have not read all the rules or browse the full forum page for the queries i am about to make. I'm don;t even know if my post here is correct and if not, please kindly guide me.

 

I am new to motorcycle and i recently own a 2nd hand gts 200 (year 2011) for work commuting.

The bike is fabulous ride, and put smiles on my face every time im on it.

However today the strangest thing happen.

As usual i park my bike using the dual stand, and after i turn off the key to lock the bike handle, the headlight, display unit and all meters are still turned on. and at time the speedometer also gone haywire, turning up and down. all this happen for a brief 2 mins. The volt meter also going down and read strangely.

my bike has a digital v meter, and i realised this morning it does not show 14.2v anymore. it was 11.7v and charges up to 12.7 on my 30mins ride this morning.

i felt there's a short circuit.

i am really new to own a bike and i am not familiar with repairing or anything associate with it. and i know my service date should be next 2 months base on mileage.

Please advise what can i do to troubleshoot. im a handy person and i prefer to do a diy/self check before paying someone to check it for me.

Thanks in advance.

 

 

revisiting: it turns out the cdi short and was replaced eventually.

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Hi All,

I just bought a gts 200 and I am planning to change the gear oil (transmission oil), engine oil, and spark plug on my own.

Would appreciate if someone could share what oil and spark plugs are you using and where do you buy it (also how much?).

Also, is future scooter a good shop to service your gts?

Thanks!

 

Engine oil: SYM owner manual state API SH 10w30 oil. for our weather, the more common 10w40 is suitable as according to the service manual. any oil that meet the specs will do. more important is to change it regularly and keep the oil level right. No need expensive oil. you can get engine oil from Ah boy. Castrol Power 1 10w40 cost $8.

 

Transmission oil: GL-5 Hypoid gear oil of viscosity 85w140. most industrial park area should be able to buy one big bottle which last forever. I got bottle of Elf gear oil at $28 for 4L.

 

Spark plug: NGK CR8E. cost about 7 to 8 bucks at distributors. you can ask around Rowell road.

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Hi, my gts 200 is over heating. Coolant reservoir boiling and spilling out. Coolant is turning brown... but no sign of oil. Engine oil is clear. Night riding is fine, but in day time especially going slight slope at ecp.. overheat fron 2 to 4 bars in afew minutes. Coolant spilling steam and coolant from cap.

 

Which shop do u guys service this kind of problems successfully. If the head gasket... what is the cost ? New thermostat how much ?

 

Thanks.. gts 200 has good storage and is a nice ride, as best i do not want to change this bike.

 

GTS 200 is one cool bike to run and hardly overheat but once cooling system give problem, it can be hard to pinpoint. I will suggest going down to Malaysia SYM authorised agent Mforce at Skudai.

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Good morning all bike owners, i am new to this forum. sorry if i have not read all the rules or browse the full forum page for the queries i am about to make. I'm don;t even know if my post here is correct and if not, please kindly guide me.

 

I am 40 years old and i am a very careful rider. I am new to motorcycle and i recently own a 2nd hand gts 200 (year 2011) for work commuting.

The bike is fabulous ride, and put smiles on my face every time im on it.

However today the strangest thing happen.

As usual i park my bike using the dual stand, and after i turn off the key to lock the bike handle, the headlight, display unit and all meters are still turned on. and at time the speedometer also gone haywire, turning up and down. all this happen for a brief 2 mins. The volt meter also going down and read strangely.

my bike has a digital v meter, and i realised this morning it does not show 14.2v anymore. it was 11.7v and charges up to 12.7 on my 30mins ride this morning.

i felt there's a short circuit.

i am really new to own a bike and i am not familiar with repairing or anything associate with it. and i know my service date should be next 2 months base on mileage.

Please advise what can i do to troubleshoot. im a handy person and i prefer to do a diy/self check before paying someone to check it for me.

Thanks in advance.

 

Do PM me your number so I can add you inside our DIY group. some of the guys might be able to help. if interested, do reply me here so i can check my inbox. many times i failed to received PM.

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is it possible to replace engine oil for gts200 with car engine oil?

 

hi,I knew why u asked for it;car eng. oil is so much cheaper & come mostly in 4/l. but bear in mind car about 2k rpm/m. cycle allways above 6k rpm.there's some sp. additive chem. add to m/cycle oil (spec comes with API SJ,SK,SL,SM,SN being the highest/ also JASO MA2(Jap.standard) U can buy at ntuc 4-stroke fully Syn. Motorcycle oil at 9.9(7.9 when offer;must be quick because i be the one to sar-poo liao. Ha-ha-ha & good luck,do i ans. yr. Qstn?

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hi,I knew why u asked for it;car eng. oil is so much cheaper & come mostly in 4/l. but bear in mind car about 2k rpm/m. cycle allways above 6k rpm.there's some sp. additive chem. add to m/cycle oil (spec comes with API SJ,SK,SL,SM,SN being the highest/ also JASO MA2(Jap.standard) U can buy at ntuc 4-stroke fully Syn. Motorcycle oil at 9.9(7.9 when offer;must be quick because i be the one to sar-poo liao. Ha-ha-ha & good luck,do i ans. yr. Qstn?

 

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