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  1. #1 Giantco Hunter Sport Parts UK 
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    Hello

    Anybody have any insight to where I can get spares for the above model. 07 Plate. China-Parts.co.uk don't seem to do this model or the city version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaPistola View Post
    Hello

    Anybody have any insight to where I can get spares for the above model. 07 Plate. China-Parts.co.uk don't seem to do this model or the city version.

    Thanks you.
    Greetings and welcome to the boards. I seriously doubt anyone in MCM, at least those of us outside of the UK, will have heard of this Giantco Hunter Sport, but I'd bet my last shilling that it's just one of a small range of mass-produced Chinabikes that's been rebadged by some hopeful UK importer. Post up some pix and basic specifications (displacement, configuration, etc), and maybe also a VIN and engine number, and somebody here will smoke it out for you. Once we know what it is and who makes it, parts should be easy.

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  3. #3 Re: Giantco Hunter Sport Parts UK 
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    Thank you.

    The specs are http://www.giantco.com/model/motorcycle/hunter.htm

    SPECIFICATIONS 125CC

    Engine type 4 stroke, single cylinder, forced air-cooled

    Valve Train 2 valve, OHV

    Bore x Stroke (mm) 56.6x 49.5

    Displacement 124.6cc

    Compression Ratio: 9.0 : 1

    Ignition System: CDI

    Starter: Electric / Kick Start

    Max Power: 7.4kW / 8000rpm

    Max Torque: 8.8Nm / 7500rpm

    Gearbox: 5 speed

    Front suspension: Oil damped telescopic forK

    Rear suspension: Oil damped coil spring

    Front Tyre 2.75- 18 or 90/90-18

    Rear Tyre: 3.25- 18 or 110/90-18

    Front Brake: Disc

    Rear Brake: Drum

    Dimension (mm): 1930 * 720 * 1020

    Wheelbase (mm): 1290

    Dry Weight (Kg): 110

    Engine Oil Capacity (L): 1

    Fuel Tank Capacity (L): 14

    Max. Load (Kg): 150
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    Not the best of pictures but ill get a better one and the numbers later.

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    More pics
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    Vin LNGPCJX47C000647

    the P maybe an F
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  7. #7 Re: Giantco Hunter Sport Parts UK 
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    What's wrong in ur bike?
    Body shape is like Suzuki (brakes/ rear sprocket etc ) / other parts & wiring's colour is like Honda
    Last edited by humanbeing; 12-01-2012 at 12:12 PM.
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    Hey, Humanbeing! Surely that's a generic 125cc air-cooled 4-stroke engine, right? Is there an English-language manual somewhere that LaPistola could download?

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    '04 Honda CGR / Storm / SDH125-46 "shop" manual: LiNK is a good reference material.
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    Bike's "shape" is similar to Suzuki EN125-2A Shop manual in Spanish http://www.4shared.com/office/Y8LWA4la/
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    Thanks guys.

    Engine number is HY156FMI
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