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  1. i see more and more bikes around with sotong (skinny) tyres.. is this a new trend in singapore? looks very unsafe to me. notice most of the bikes that are running these sotong tyres are those delivery bikes (grab, panda). is it because they are cheaper and give better fuel economy? suddenly thought of this cause i saw a heavily modded adv150 with sotong tyres on facebook. can't imagine a XMAX with sotong tyres hahaha has anyone done it?
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  2. Aprilia RS4 125 COE - 9 Sept 2023 Mileage : 30k (Dec20) Letting go at $4000 (slight nego) Contact me if your interested 87522175
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  3. Mine is special Pro Racing. Limited production. Only the best for my ride.. haha 560 had a totally different clutch, CVT and engine.. not sure if anyone tried before.. but clutch plates are interchangeable.. in fact, 560 friction plates have over write 530 part numbers as they are the improved version..
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  4. Just overhauled in Sept. Selling for 5.5k. But negotiable. Full cash only. Can ws me @90227374. I will provide the photos of the bike
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  5. Honda Steed 400 for sale $8500 Reg 1995 / COE till February 2024 Eligible for NEA Rebate$3500 WhatsApp 94896298 Kumar Box. Side Box. Radio. Phone Holder. Tyre Pressure Gauge.
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  6. Unfortunately, no. The exhaust approval process in Singapore (likewise for cars and bikes), are that the importer will have to request for all the necessary documents from the manufacturer - in your case "Cobra" to show all the technical, engineering, and emissions data that it is compliant for your bike. Secondly you will have to pay a hefty fee (i've heard anywhere from 3-5k?) to LTA to go through the homologation process. And there is no guarantee that the exhaust will be approved after that as LTA will do their own testing as well. That's why for rare bikes or bikes that peo
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  7. @AnO Due 5 month, you will need to calculate the outstanding settlement plus overdue interest charges and put up for sale. If outstanding is too high, you may need to let the bike shop sell it off and continue to pay off the outstanding. You dont have much option and only choice to me is to let go of the bike as soon as possible and free yourself from the debt in long run..
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  8. @AnO sorry to hear about your situation brother.. you can approach most bike shop to see if they are willing to trade in your bike for a one of lesser value so that you can take some cash back (depends if you have loan outstanding or not) or you could just try to sell your bike here in the bikemart or something. actually u dont have to get a 2b bike to start doing food delivery... you can sign up now and start doing with a bicycle or even your class 2 bike to start earning some income first.. may i know what class 2 bike u riding now?
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