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  1. @cchua Here's a couple of tips that worked for me: 1) Use rear brake to control the speed instead. Half clutch is fine but if you use your rear brakes, it would allow you to control the speed better and the bike will be more stable. 2) Arch forward to put more weight over the front wheel, this will also give more stability as the front wheel is the one tracking the route through the bumps. 3) Don't try to hit the 0 point timing of 8/10 seconds, as long as above 6 seconds i think it's enough. Demerit points is better than immediate failure. Good luck and keep trying! It feel
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  2. Bro @adesmond2 - You the man. What a great inspiration. Thanks for sharing!
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  3. Wrapping you can go to 219, Juzz, or Auntie. 219 Motorshop Address: 213 Lavender St, Singapore 338770 Phone: 6297 7225 Juzz Wheelzz Graphix Pte Ltd Address: 1007 Bukit Merah Lane 3, #01-07, Singapore 159721 Phone: 6270 0523 Share some pics when you are done!
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  4. @cchua Never really understood this also, but during TP test, they might give you demerit points if you put down the sidestand before dismounting the bike. Guess it's just one of 'those things' that after TP, most riders don't really follow.
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  5. I like Jalan Kayu area, where the old colonial bungalows are.. If you go early on a weekend, not much people around! Share some shots if you ever go there for picture taking! @adesmond2
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  6. Engine Ice is the best coolant i've used, bar none. I think another bro here also had issues with overheating, changed to Engine Ice and the situation improved significantly. Normal idling crossing borders should be no hard to the engine especially MT-03, Yamahas are quite hardy bikes. You can get Engine Ice from @Unique_Motorsports, SG's exclusive distributor. They are a SingaporeBikes vendor so you can get a nice discount if you mention SBF. Good luck! P.S. I've had overheating issues when number plate of radiator guard blocks the airflow so you can try removing if you fa
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