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  1. Hi, anybody interested in riding up North once boarders are open? We are planning to bypass Malaysia into Thailand. Traveling from Hatyai to ChiangRai than to Udon Thani back down to Tra. Its all rest and relax ride, no marathon or hard riding needed. Along the way, we will visit attractions and temple stay in motels and eat road side stalls. Any interested riders can reply to this post. Thanks
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  2. The MOST MOST important is slow down, refreshment stop and Fuel.. Slow down hand sign is the most important, the rest can stop and discuss.. Slow down hand sign Signal left or hazard light on, hand sign out, check mirror make sure at least 1 person behind you is doing the same then slowly come to a stop. Need Fuel (Fuel light on) low fuel. Make your hand into a gun, point to your fuel tank. Refreshment stop Point to your head, this mean, next R&R stop. Picture credits to Hero MotoCorp Trinidad and Tobago from FB.
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  3. haha.. let's ride in Singapore before rushing up.. the road conditions up north is more bad then Singapore.. Drivers are better mannered thru.. No tailgate, no sudden lane change no CONSTANT flashing.. only 2 times at a go and give you time to lane change before overtaking you. Only need to be aware of the trucks and road conditions. Truck might have sand/things drop off.. Road conditions might have potholes so huge that you felt "floating" after bumping it.. hahaha.. These are my experiences in north..
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  4. 1) Mt03 bike is a good one cuz I'm riding it now.. hahaha.. there's alot of people will help out if you have any issues 2) 2nd hand on carousel and shop, i seriously will consider owner better then bike shops.. bike shop warranty 1 month, you can go back 1 month settle, all good, next month same issue, no warranty you even worse.. 3) not ok to attach a P plate, just ride in a lane, you can ride like a car.. it's ok.. I always did that, but if a car tailgate me.. I'll move to left lane to let him/her overtake or speed up to move to left lane.. depending on whichever is safer. 4) No issues not to lane split.. I dun lane split very often as well.. unless I'm at geylang or peak hour or traffic jam. Just give way to vehicle who tailgate you or whenever you feel unsafe, move to left lane BUT BUT, avoid trucks on left lane cuz you might become their blind spit. 5) Yes, My KR150 can go to Thailand, MT03 definitely more then enough. agreed! both dealers and seller, there are good ones and bad ones out there.. agreed! :Thumbsup!
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  5. Honda CBR600RR Hanspree getting another set of rubber same as the current tyre on it Pirelli Diablo Rosso 2 120/70-17 & 180/55-17 @ $288.00 *Inclusive of installation with balancing Contact Us: (UM @ Kaki Bukit) ~ 1 Kaki Bukit Ave 6 #02-54 S(417883) Izz 92278999 / 68446378 (UM @ Toh Guan)~ 48 Toh Guan Rd East #02-140 S(608586) MJ 92718999 / 65154978 (UM @ Woodlands) ~ 280 Woodlands Ind Park E5 #01-43 S(757322) Zul 84818999 / 63392178 Open: Monday to Friday 10am-6.30pm Open Saturday: 10am-5.30pm Close Sunday & PH Towing Hotline ~ 87818999
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  6. It will definitely be worth your investment! Seriously! Btw i think e Zard looks and sound better next to Arrow. Hope to see you on an ST soon! Btw, i met 2 friendly ST owners at Shell GP just now. Both riding e mean green ST. Wonder if you're both in this forum. It was nice chatting with u fellas. It's a rare sight to see 3 Triumphs parked next to each other...
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  7. Here's my personal experience. Price wise, it's definitely very expensive. Pros: They really do things by the book. Whatever the manual says to replace they will replace. This is good because normal bike shops will not do this because they will not have all the small parts and gaskets, so some crucial stuff like oil screw o-rings never get replaced. Some people think this is not so good because some things don't have to be replaced every time, for e.g. the fairing clips. They will take time to troubleshoot your problem instead of asking you to throw parts at it till problem goes away. Professional and friendly service, you book time, go down, leave your bike and pick up later, no need to wait around for them to service other people's bikes first. They'll check the service interval and recommend you change certain things if they need to be changed. E.g. clutch/brake oil, etc. They will not push you to change things that are unnecessary, as they are salaried workers and don't make a profit from doing that, so no conflict of interest (mostly, in my experience). They give 3 month warranty on work done. How well they honour this and to what extent, however, I have totally no idea. A warranty is only as good as the person who honours it, so can't really comment on this part as I have no experience. Cons: - Very expensive. Their labour charges are very expensive and their parts are also more expensive than normal shops. When I asked my mechanic why this is so, he said because they can get parts (original) from other places and also they have discounts as a motor shop, which they'll pass on to the customer. The total bill that comes out could be double that (or more) of a normal shop. Again, my experience. - Things don't always get done right. To be fair, they don't always get done right in other places either, but being an agent and a specialist I'd hold them to higher standards. My personal experience of them screwing up stuff is routing my radiator hoses wrongly. There's 2 radiator hoses going into my radiator, one goes to the engine, one to the coolant tank. They swapped the 2 and routed them wrongly, as a result my engine kept overheating and coolant spewed all over. This was when I just bought my bike. I had to search online forums and troubleshoot myself before I finally found the problem. Another experience was them not fixing my starter switch and just spraying WD-40 and charging me $20+ for labour. Problem came back again after 4 months, and so paid money for nothing. IMO, use them for stuff that other shops won't bother doing because of the time taken. Because BS charges by the hour, they'll troubleshoot for you. Other than that, normal servicing I'd rather go to independent workshops, and keep a roster of what needs servicing at what mileage. Hope this helps.
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