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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oil filter position
The oil filter is underneath the bike in the front where the large square gray oil pan is located. There are two bolts. One is surrounded by a large circle which is about the size of your new oil filter. Remove the bolt and there will be a small washer then the circular metal plate which cups the oil filter. This has a gasket which seals against leaks and inside of the cupped metal plate is the oil filter. Remove replace, and reinstall the parts in the same order. ,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: battery removal
Remove the plastic panel on the left side of the bike just under the seat and you will see the battery. unscrew the metal bar that holds it in and simply slide the battery out.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
SOURCE: i have a kymco hipster
Check your fuses and if they're good, check the connections at the far end of the battery cables. If they are clean and tight, check the battery cables themselves for continuity. If all of the above are good, start troubleshooting from the keyswitch back. If you know which terminals to jump out at the keyswitch for the lights, jump them out; if the lights light up, suspect the switch.
Posted on Jun 25, 2011
SOURCE: derestrict kymco hipster 125cc
The answer (rather late :P) is Yes! You can buy a derestricted CDI from somewhere like wemoto.com I expect, which helps with the top end speed. You can also up or downgear the bike. I've got 4 teeth less on my 2001 Hipster (rear sprocket) and I can accelerate like a ***** (faster than most boy racers off the line) and easily outstrip bikes like the 2012 YBF125 and the 2002 CBR125 on the strip. That's all I've done (other than freeing up the exhaust by shoving a screwdriver down the little holes at the end of the exhaust and smacking it with a hammer - sounds deeper too) and take the side off of the air box filter and put a cleaning sponge in place of the original filter (That warbles quite nicely too)
Posted on Aug 19, 2012
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