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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Yamaha YZF-R1 and Lagenda 115ZR Random Pictures


Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR have the same colour like the YZF-R1

Yamaha YZF-R1 have the same colour like the Lagenda 115ZR

…but the power are not the same.
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Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR with Foldable Side Mirror


Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR with Foldable Side Mirror

The stock side mirror that comes with the bike is very high and have long neck. It must be replaced with a shorter and lower side mirror.
On my visit to Storm Bikers, Shah Alam,  I found this Kuni foldable side mirror on sale at only RM12.
Even though the side mirror is foldable, I didn’t fold it because I do use the side mirror to look behind me especially on high speed. Many bikers like to remove their side mirror so that they bike look nice, but you should know that you might get fined by the JPJ or traffic police. At least you need to have one side mirror on the right side of your bike to be road legal.
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Yamaha Ego LC Pictures at GTMax Motors


2011 Yamaha Ego LC at GTMax Motors

I think I have been visiting GTMax Motors almost every week. This week, I found out that they already got the new Yamaha Ego LC at their showroom. Since they know me, they allow me to take pictures of the bike.
The salesman there are very helpful and tell me a lot of information about the bike. You should go here even if you were just looking for bikes and not buying it.
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IKK Racing Gearbox for Yamaha Y125Z Random Pictures


IKK Racing Gearbox for Yamaha Y125Z

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Yamaha 135LC, Lagenda 110Z, Ego Technical Poster Random Pictures




Captured this while waiting for my bike at GTMax Motors.
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Work In The Shop: Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR Rear Shock replacement, Oil change and Sprocket change





I have went to GTMax Motors to have my Lagenda 115ZR rear suspension checked since I suspected there is a leak on the right side of the bike. The leak was in the form of very thin oil which splatters around the rear suspension and also on the exhaust. You can see it in the picture at the bottom. Read the rest of this entry »

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Magnum Spark Plug 3X High Performance


Magnum Spark Plug 3X High Performance

Do you still remember the Honda EX5 Dream Drag Race Modified ? I stumbled upon this spark plug when the owner of the drag modified Honda EX5 Dream buying this item at Yulite in Sentul. He said that this Magnum 3X is good for modified bike since it has 3 ground electrode around the center electrode.
We can expect to have enhanced ignition efficiency, better acceleration, faster starting, smoother running engine and better fuel consumption by installing this Magnum 3X spark plug.
I have bought this spark plug and will install to my Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR.
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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Yamaha Ego LC Technical Specification


Yamaha Ego LC

Technical Specification
Engine
Type Liquid-cooled 4-stroke, SOHC 2valve
Cylinders Forward-inclined single cylinder
Displacement 124.9 cm3
Bore x Stroke 52.4mm x 57.9mm
Compression Ratio 10.9:1
Maximum Horsepower 7.8kw @ 8000 rpm
Maximum Torque 10.0 N.m @ 7000 rpm
Starting System Electric start & kick starter
Lubrication System Wet sump
Engine oil capacity 0.9 L
Fuel tank capacity 4.1 L
Carburetion BS26
Ignition system C.D.I. (digital)
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Yamaha Ego LC in Malaysia


Yamaha Ego LC in Malaysia

Hong Leong Yamaha has released new addition to its family that is Yamaha Ego LC! I have heard rumors earlier at GTMax Motors and it is true. This bike is the same model with Yamaha Mio 125 in Thailand and Yamaha Luvias 125 in Vietnam.
This is great!
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BRT Power Max CDI for Yamaha 135LC


BRT Power Max CDI

Another CDI unit from BRT for Yamaha 135LC. Said to be much better than the previous version of BRT CDIs as told by the mechanic at Yulite, Sentul.
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Friday, November 19, 2010

Yamaha Gold Brake Lever for Yamaha 135LC


Yamaha Gold Brake Lever

Found this at Stormbikers store in Shah Alam. Also available in pairs for 135LC Manual Clutch. Colours can be choosen from silver, black and gold.
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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Rossi, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie on Yamaha Nouvo S


Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie on Yamaha Nouvo S

This is sure to make Yamaha Nouvo S owners happy to see famous stars riding on the popular and lovable Yamaha Nouvo S.Read the rest of this entry »

November 2010 Yamaha Motorcycle Pricelist in Malaysia (On The Road)


Yamaha Lagenda 115Z

Yamaha motorcycle price on the road (comprehensive insurance, road tax, registration etc).
Yamaha Lagenda 110Z (Kick) RM5103.60
Yamaha Lagenda 110Z (E) RM5420.68
Yamaha Lagenda 110ZR (E, S/rims) RM5737.75
Yamaha Lagenda 115Z (K) RM5282.03
Yamaha Lagenda 115Z (E) RM5598.10 Read the rest of this entry »

Friday, November 12, 2010

2011 Yamaha Nouvo LX 135 Limited Edition in Vietnam


Yamaha Nouvo LX 135 Limited Edition in Vietnam

Yamaha Nouvo LC got new decals and named Nouvo LX Limited Edition for 2011 version in Vietnam. Yamaha Vietnam knows how to satisfy the riders there and I hope they will always keep up the good work.
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Yamaha Luvias 125 in Vietnam


Vietnam Yamaha Luvias 125

This bike looks almost the same like the Yamaha Mio 125 in Thailand with exception for the front headlight.
I also got to know some rumors about this Mio 125 which is said to be launched in Malaysia soon with the name of Ego LC. I heard this when I check out bikes available at GTMax Motor and asked them about the 135LC 5-speed whether it is going to be launched in Malaysia. The salesman said that there are no news about it yet, but there are some rumors about the Ego LC. From my observation, Ego LC should be the same like the Mio 125 in Thailand, maybe with a little bit of front headlight change.
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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Maxxis MA-3D Tire Review


Maxxis MA-3D

I was at the SCK Motor shop when I saw many pieces of Maxxis MA-3D tire arrived at the shop. I asked the mechanic about it to know how good this tire is.
This MA-3D from Maxxis is better, IMHO compared to Duro HF-918 and Michelin during taking corners. This is due to the fact that it has the diamond shaped groove at the side of the tire. The grip of MA-3D is handled by this diamond shaped groove when the bike is slanted more than 45 degree. This gives riders more confident and lower attack angle. 60% of the center groove are designed for high speed riding with the usage of simple groove and a water channel groove in the middle for maximum speed in dry straight line. The groove also makes this tire a balanced characteristic during dry condition and works well through wet tracks.
I was thinking how long the diamond-shaped would last since the groove is not deep enough to be abused all day, but in the end, for normal ride, we don’t usually ride more than 45 degree to the left or right unless we are doing 100km/h on the round-about. So, based on my opinion, it can last as long as the tire center groove before you need to replace it.
It is not that Duro HF-918 or Michelin is not good, but in terms of cornering, MA-3D is much better doing laps. Michelin is a high quality tire that is very good on dry and straight line, but riders needs to be careful when using it for taking corners during wet condition. The thread and groove of Michelin and Duro are simple and looks more like slick tires for high speed dry straight sprint.
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Modified Honda EX5 by Hafizi, Malaysia


Modified Honda EX5 by Hafizi from Malaysia

This nicely modded Honda EX5 belongs to Hafizi. His bike also being featured in Kapcai magazine, which is one of the great magazine that covers about motorcycle under 250cc.
Here are the modification details:
Engine: Standard
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Monday, November 8, 2010

2011 Yamaha Jupiter MX (135LC) Technical Specification


2011 Yamaha Jupiter MX

SPECIFICATIONS
Engine type Liquid-cooled 4-stroke ,SOHC, 4-valve
Cylinders Single cylinder
Displacement 134.4 cm3
Bore × stroke 54.0 × 58.7mm
Compression ratio 10.9:1
Max. output 9.21 kW/8500r/min
Max. torque 12.14 N.m/5500 r/min
Starter Electric starter and kick starter
Lubrication Wet sump
Engine oil capacity 1.15 L
Fuel tank volume 4.0 L
Carburetion Mikuni BS25-58*1
Ignition DC C.D.I.
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2011 Yamaha Jupiter MX (135LC) 5-speed in Indonesia Launched!


2011 Yamaha Jupiter MX (135LC) Side View

Indonesians got to see the all new 2011 Yamaha Jupiter MX (135LC) launched at the 2010 Jakarta Motorcycle Show.
Jupiter MX is as good as what we have been expected with features includes rear disc brake as standard, 5-speed transmission and new radical design.
What Yamaha Indonesia surprise us is the usage of wide front and rear rim that is 2.00 x 17″ for front wheel and 2.50 x 17″ for rear wheel. Wider tyre give better ride and handling with great improvement on cornering. The rear wheel also got improvement in the chain tensioning department whereby it is now replaced with a new version just like the Yamaha FZ-150i (Vixion).Read the rest of this entry »

Yamaha 135LC Drag Race Modified


Yamaha 135LC Drag Race Modified

Found this at SCK Motor (the best workshop which care for your bikes).
Modification specs:
Engine base: Yamaha 135LC
Engine Head: Big valve ported and polished (22 intake: 19 exhaust)
Engine block: X1R 65mm
Carburation: 34mm UMA Racing
Sprocket: KMC 415H 14 / 32T
CDI: BRT Imax Programmable Remote CDI
Tyre: Front/ Rear: 45/90 17″ (very ‘nipis’)
Exhaust: Custom made short type
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2011 Honda CBR250R Technical Specification


2011 Honda CBR250R

Technical Specification
Sales name CBR250R
Model type Honda MC41
Overall length × Overall width × Overall height (m) 2.035 × 0.720 × 1.125
Wheelbase (m) 1.370
Ground clearance (m) 0.145
Seat height (m) 0.780
Curb weight (kg) 161 (STD) 165 (ABS)
Riding capacity (No. of people) 2
Minimum turning radius (m) 2.5
Engine type CS250RE, liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC single cylinder
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2011 Honda CBR250R in Honda Malaysia Website


Honda CBR250R in Malaysia

Honda Malaysia has updated their website with images of Honda CBR250R which is going to be introduced soon here in Malaysia. It is available in 3 colours that is black, silver and red.
This bike also features combined ABS, which is a first in its class. PGM-FI also included as standard along with the all new liquid-cooled DOHC 4-valve 250cc engine.
For me, this is a good news for underbone riders who wants to upgrade their 150cc and below bikes to bigger displacement superbike.
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Kayaba Laser White Web Rear Absorber for Honda EX5 / Yamaha RX-Z


Kayaba Laser White Web Rear Absorber for Honda EX5 / Yamaha RX-Z

I got a bike a secondhand Honda EX5 that is fitted with Modenas Kriss rear absorber which look very out of proportion when I got the bike from the shop. I need to change the rear absorber and thinking whether to fit it with original AAP suspension for EX5 or just fit it with Kayaba. I choose Kayaba.
This suspension with this colour also known as Kayaba ‘batik’ here in Malaysia. It is because the decoration on the suspension resembles a bit of ‘batik’ cloth painting.
Most of Yamaha and Modenas bikes use Kayaba as their original suspension supplier. I just want to try this Kayaba on the EX5.
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Honda Wave 110 RSX: Another Wave in Another Country


Honda Wave 110 RSX

Great design by Honda. I’m not sure whether this one is for Thailand, Vietnam or Philippines version. Anyone?
It is the version for Vietnam. Thanks Pengecat Bintang for the info.
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Showa Denso High Tension Ignition Coil


Showa Denso Ignition Coil

Great spark will be produced when using this Showa Denso high tension ignition coil.
Ignition coil is actually universal uses, means that you can also use this ignition coil even if your bike is Honda Wave 100. I have seen in my hometown in Kelantan, a Honda C70 uses an ignition coil which is sourced from Perodua Kancil (a car, if you guys out there don’t know). The owner of the bike show me that the ignition produced was powerful when he pulled the spark plug about ONE feet away from the engine, but the spark can still ‘sparked’. He said that this kind of high spark power can deteriorate your piston quickly, as the spark can make a hole in the piston.
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KTM Duke 125




KTM Duke 125



KTM is a motocross manufacturer that makes big displacement engine bikes like the KTM RC8 1190. After Bajaj Auto from India expands its share in KTM, the wisest thing to do is to scale down the big engine bike of KTM to small engine, low emission, fuel-efficient but still desirable and still KTM to fit the large Indian market. The bike that holds all the statement is KTM Duke 125.
I never thought that KTM will ever takes this turn to make small bike as nice as this Duke 125. In my head, KTM is one of the greatest motorcross manufacturer along with Yamaha, Suzuki and Honda, that only cater the market for Europe and other countries other than Asia. Now, we are able to get our soul satisfied with this bike that is going to be marketed in 2011.
KTM Duke 125 have everything that KTM bike should have. It have great design by Kiska, great chassis with chromoly steel, great brakes by Bybre (means By Brembo in India) and it got fuel-injection fuel system by Bosch. If you think hard enough, you might think that all this features are NOT meant for a 125cc bikes. This features has raised the price of this bike a little bit compared to Honda CBF 125, which is its competitor.
This bike is assembled in India with local parts, the wheel are made in China with KTM quality specification by Jingfi.
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KTM Duke 125 Technical Specification


KTM Duke 125

ENGINE
Engine Type Single cylinder, 4-stroke engine
Displacement 124,7 cc
Bore x stroke 58/47,2
Power output (homologated) 11,3kW @ 10,500/min
Max. torque 12 Nm @ 8000 rpm
Valve timing DOHC
Starter Electric starter
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2011 Modenas GT128 Facelift


2011 Modenas GT128

Modenas has updated the GT128 with new features.
Updated with 8 new features:
1. IRC tubeless tyre from IRC Thailand (wing series)
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Honda Super Cub 110 Pro


Honda Super Cub 110 Pro

The original Honda Cub C70 function is to serve as cheap and economy people mover. This philosophy has been brought to this new era with the introduction of Honda Super Cub 110 Pro.
The amazing features about this cub is that its fuel economy can reach up to 66.2km/l. This is way more fuel efficient than the current Honda Wave 110RS which only clocked about 49.4km/l. This is being done by equipping this bike with PGM-FI fuel delivery that replaces the carburetor.
The design keeps the retro looks, but all the features are all modern and technologically advanced (compared to the original cub).
For the top of the line version, Honda Super Cub 110 Ultra, it comes with i-VTEC and 6-speed twin clutch transmission for maximum fuel economy. This setup also give the power rating of this bike at 29hp. This is the most powerful 110cc 4-stroker ever. Just kidding.
Will it make to our shore in Malaysia?
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Honda EX5 Dream Drag Race Modified


Honda EX5 Dream Drag Race Modified

Some people says that Honda EX5 Dream are not good and not durable compared to Honda EX5 High Power. The owner of this Honda EX5 Dream anyway doesn’t care about them and continue to modify his Dream to be drag machine.
The owner said that this Dream is used only for racing and not to be taken to the public road. I respect this.
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Suzuki Smash V115 Technical Specifications and Pictures of Meter Panel, Engine, Muffler and Tail Light


Suzuki Smash V115 (White)

SPECIFICATIONS
Jenis Enjin 4 lejang, penyejukan udara, SOHC
Gerek X Lejang 51.0 mm X 55.2 mm
Anjakan Omboh 113 cm³
Nisbah Mampatan 9.5 : 1
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Saturday, October 23, 2010

2011 Suzuki Smash V115


2011 Suzuki Smash V115

Suzuki Assemblers Malaysia Sdn. Bhd has launched an all new Suzuki Smash V115 and as the name suggests, it is 115cc bike. It will come in 3 version; Smash V115 SCD comes with sport rim and front disc brake, Smash V115 SD comes with stainless wheel and front disc brake and the last one Smash V115 with stainless steel wheel and front drum brake.
Top speed: 97.8km/h.
Fuel mileage: 50.2km/l
Price is estimated at RM4,847 (V115 SCD), RM4,597 (V115 SD) and RM4,368 (V115).
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Friday, October 22, 2010

MDS Racing CDI for Yamaha 135LC


MDS Racing CDI for 135LC

There are too many Yamaha 135LC CDI with the new ones claiming to be better than the others.
Try it and prove it yourself.
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Thursday, October 21, 2010

IKK High Camshaft for Yamaha Ego 115, Yamaha 135LC, Honda Wave 125 and Modenas Kriss 110


IKK Super Racing Cam for Yamaha 135LC

IKK, the popular brand from Taiwan has made high-lift camshaft for many popular bikes here in Malaysia.
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