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    Lightbulb Honda RS150R



    Anyone owns it already?
    Any review?
    WTS.
    http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/460319-➖➖➖➖😭KRR150-Kawasaki-Scraping-sale‼%EF%B8%8F

    http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/318379-wTs-tZm-tZr-rXz-StuffS?highlight=

    http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/72711-Yamaha-TZR-125-Riders/page55

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    havent see a piece with SG reg plate.....
    2007-Honda NSR150SP
    2008-Honda NSR150SP,CB400 PB1,CBR400RR NC23
    2009-Honda NSR150SP,CB400 PB1,CBR400RR NC23
    2010-Honda C70,CB400 PB1,CBR400RRK,Suzuki GSX1300R隼
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    I am riding the RS150R.

    IMO if compared with FZ16 and Spark 135, RS150R is a better choice.
    RS150R has smoother acceleration and more powerful pickup.
    Do take note of its light handling at the front during sudden accelerating as it will wobble slightly if caught unprepared.
    Its 6 gear feature is a plus point as you can cruise on the highway without stressing the engine and enjoy better fuel economy.
    Front tire 90/80 and rear tire 120/70 = more tire contact on the road surface and more stability.
    Its design is sharp looking and neat. A stylish design that is suitable for riders from all ages.

    I never rode on a Yamaha Sniper 150 before thus unable to compare as it is a close competitor of the RS150R.
    I have read about reviews of its poor braking efficiency but I have no complains about the braking power as utilizing engine braking + front/rear brakes is sufficient for me.

    If you are an aggressive rider and enjoy the speed, you definitely need to upgrade the whole braking system.

    Yamaha RXZ, Kawasaki ZX KR150, Yamaha Spark135, Honda CB400 REVO NC42, Suzuki DRZ400SMK8, Aprilia RS125, Suzuki GSXR600K9, Honda RS150R

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    i saw one couple aunty uncle
    riding rs150r red color
    the color is the same color sold in msia
    it seems ythis model comes from Indonesia parallel import

    anyway, this bike in msia has no complains
    so worth to buy in spore
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    Boon Siew is the authorized agent for this bike and not a parallel import unless the bike shop bought in PI models.

    Anyways, I am still in the running in process.
    The bike likes its rev range to be above 3k rpm, if not it will be "coughing" for the rider to throttle up.
    The stock tires don't feel that reliable, gotta upgrade those when its due for tire change.

    I have to say that the ride has been enjoyable so far

    Yamaha RXZ, Kawasaki ZX KR150, Yamaha Spark135, Honda CB400 REVO NC42, Suzuki DRZ400SMK8, Aprilia RS125, Suzuki GSXR600K9, Honda RS150R

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    Bro what color is your bike, mine is red

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    Hi Bro, mine is matt black with a bit of red.

    Yamaha RXZ, Kawasaki ZX KR150, Yamaha Spark135, Honda CB400 REVO NC42, Suzuki DRZ400SMK8, Aprilia RS125, Suzuki GSXR600K9, Honda RS150R

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    2018 colors

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    Before you guys thinking of buying the stupid design CB190r wait for this CB150R to come to our shore

    https://youtu.be/Equ3gy6Txpg

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    just gotten my rs150r, anybody interested in a whatsapp group chat? Pm me your phone number and i will create one.

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    So far been riding this bike for 3 months,
    1) first time come out from bike shop, the breaking was weak at first .maybe new thats why

    2) the gear difficult to put to neutral, you need to adjust the clutch cable screw at the bottom.

    3)The seat cover at the pillion side came off a bit, maybe i tompang heavy pillon haha , just put some screw can already.
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    Hi bros can let me know where you guys bought it and how much is it? Kind of interested in this bike
    YOU'LL NEVER RIDE ALONE!

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    I bought it at As phoon $12500
    COE was $6000

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    Just got mine today from dexing got for 10.3k without insurance and no free top box I paid additional 150 for a kappa 49l box and rack, interest 4% annum... I got no early penalty or insurance must buy from him cos I long term customer with him coe at 4.9k... my insurance 3rd party fire and theft is $260.

    Just for reference to other people who might be interested to get this bike... can talk to Patrick the boss and strike a deal among yourselves on the terms and conditions.
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    Nice bro

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    hi bro, just wanted to check with you a few things...

    did you do a running in of your bike? if yes how fast did you rode?
    By how many kms did you 1st change your EO? and what EO you used ?
    Whats your idling rpm?... mine is almost 1.7k... i may want to adjust it lower to maybe 1k when i do the first oil change..

    thanks for the help... im quite a noob...
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    double post
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    I rode for the first 1000 km @ below 80km/h
    After that change oil using shell advance 20w50 its a mineral base oil.By now u can go above 80km/h already.
    Ride for until about 3000km and change oil to shell fully synthetic.
    By the way there is no oil filter for this bike unlike yamaha sniper150
    Save money on filter but need to change oil regularly
    About the idling speed standard when cold start its around almost 2000rpm and its will slowy reduce to 1600rpm when its up to operational temperature its is due to its auto choke procedures
    I agree with u the idling speed is high , i still has to find out where to adjust the speed . The owners manual didn't state any, i'll let u know once i open the bike to change the spark plug hence look for the adjustment knob/screw
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    Quote Originally Posted by kekejaman View Post
    I rode for the first 1000 km @ below 80km/h
    After that change oil using shell advance 20w50 its a mineral base oil.By now u can go above 80km/h already.
    Ride for until about 3000km and change oil to shell fully synthetic.
    By the way there is no oil filter for this bike unlike yamaha sniper150
    Save money on filter but need to change oil regularly
    About the idling speed standard when cold start its around almost 2000rpm and its will slowy reduce to 1600rpm when its up to operational temperature its is due to its auto choke procedures
    I agree with u the idling speed is high , i still has to find out where to adjust the speed . The owners manual didn't state any, i'll let u know once i open the bike to change the spark plug hence look for the adjustment knob/screw
    Wow thanks for the information... 1000k a bit too much for me... now I reach 300km already...been riding ard 60-70 Kmh without any dragging of gears... I feel like changing it to semi syn oil once I reach 400 km and start riding it at ard 80kmh without any dragging of gears until it reaches 800km ... after which will change to fully syn and start dragging and consider running in done...
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