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    Re: DB200B / SHINERAY GY7 Canadian review

    Landscape shots

    The shot with everyone standing by the concrete is actualy the old town of Breaverfoot CPR bridge that from the 1890 that get flooded over as the snow pack melt to fill the...
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    Re: DB200B / SHINERAY GY7 Canadian review

    More pictures.

    How do you guys like the custom case I built to hold my "defender" . This whole region is full of wolfs,bears and other mean critters when you get up into the hills.

    The larger...
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    Re: DB200B / SHINERAY GY7 Canadian review

    Some pictures from Kinbasket region trip
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    Re: DB200B / SHINERAY GY7 Canadian review

    I got out on the May long weekend and put on some KM's out in the Kinbasket lake are of British Columbia. This area ia a man made resivoir that flood over 300 km of valleys. It even floods over a few...
  5. Re: Swapping my Shineray GY7 200cc engine for a jiling 600cc

    I think it is would just be easyer if we pressure Shineray to sell us the 400 cc ( or it may have been a 250 now that I looked back at old threads)(I'm learning CC :) )they used in the 2008 Tink...
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    Re: GY7 front shocks way to soft...help

    I'm 90 kg and this was the first time off road with the bike.Our winter does not wrap up good until May up here so we are delayed on bush riding over other area.

    For sure the shock are too...
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    Re: DB200B / SHINERAY GY7 Canadian review

    Got the bike out today and road it in all types of stuff. The bike handles great ,has power to spare and the gearing is decent.The biggest concern so far is the soft front shocks but I will get that...
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    GY7 front shocks way to soft...help

    Just reaching out to other gy7 owners to see if they have found the front shocks to be too soft and what ( or how much and type of oil they added) they did to improve it.

    Just riding over simple...
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    Re: SAGA 250 mod thread

    Got the swing arm back in last weekend with the new machined "link pins" to replace the bolt that contributed to the "clunky" rear suspension.The bolt on the three way link ( from the shock/swing...
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    Re: The 2010 Taklimakan Rally

    Looking forward to the race pictures.....unless I can find a sponser to get me over there to race.

    It really is sad we don't seem to have any races or comp ralleys in Canada like they set up over...
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    Re: Long March user manual in English?

    I have the owners book that came with the bike and I have a PDF file of the break down of the entire bike that I can send you.

    PM me your email and I'll send you all the GY7 stuff I've collected.
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    Re: New Project Bike, SMC YB150

    Very sorry to hear that some waste of oxygen stole your machine. Can you get coverage under your house insurance policy ?
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    Re: SAGA 250 mod thread

    Nice!!!! I bet it is still cold up in the valley!!!
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    Re: SAGA 250 mod thread

    I am now having all the bushings in the suspension custom made for all the suspension.I was so impressed with the swingarm bushings that the rest been so "shitty" loose was not right.

    This should...
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    Re: SAGA 250 mod thread

    I finaly got around to pulling the swing arm off to check why the swing arm has excessive play.What I found was not bad plastic bushings but that the bolt to steel bushing clearance is over .0015...
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    Re: DB200B / SHINERAY GY7 Canadian review

    Supersig..

    Which bearings are you refering to??
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    Re: DB200B / SHINERAY GY7 Canadian review

    I got them covered but I owe it all to Art from www.chinapartscanada.com . He knows what he's talking about,does not sale or endorse any machines ( is impartial ), is willing to work with you to get...
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    Re: DB200B / SHINERAY GY7 Canadian review

    Awsome deal!!!! Still got you beat on price thought!!!! LOL we can get them in BC for 1700$$-2000 retail.

    Zstar is said to not be importing anymore db200's in and they never had any parts in stock...
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    Re: DB200B / SHINERAY GY7 Canadian review

    Update on the avail of this bike in Canada

    The dealer Zstar is reported as not going to order anymore of the model once the units sale out.If you are wanting one it would be smart to act quick as...
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    Re: DB200B / SHINERAY GY7 Canadian review

    Supersig...do you still own yours?
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    Re: DB200B / SHINERAY GY7 Canadian review

    So first thing I would like to say is that Shineray has told me the bad triple tree issue has been fixed and that they have them made by a new source. No need to crash on that subject anymore. On...
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    DB200B / SHINERAY GY7 Canadian review

    With all the discussion on the GY7 I decided that it was the "long range" enduro I was looking for.With some searching I found that the bike was been imported into Canada threw Zstar industries as...
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    Re: DIY motorcycle tire changer

    My plan is to build a balancer like the one in ChinaV's other thread if I need one. Stick weights are easy to buy in Canada.Use a few 6203 bearings ect.
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    Re: DIY motorcycle tire changer

    Thanks Chinav..more great info
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    Re: DIY motorcycle tire changer

    Well I'm not that cheap:lol8:...And I am willing to buy tools any day.The second issue is that I am trained Tech and more trained than most tire shop kids..But we don't have anywere to get it done...
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