Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

10 Good

About faridhisham

  • Rank
  • Birthday 10/22/1996
  1. Maintenance quite cheap and fairly easy. Just change engine oil and take care 2t and normal stuff like need to change tyre, brake pads etc. Fuel consumption isn't that good but can change setting to make it slightly better i think roughly will be about 20-25 km/l Just take care of your 2t oil and check your block and piston to make sure no scratches should be fine. Sent from my ONEPLUS A3010 using Tapatalk
  2. Get a cub. Wave , spark, x1r Sent from my ONEPLUS A3010 using Tapatalk
  3. The problem in europe is that it is too big to place charging stations strategically for the electric vehicles. But singapore is small enough to place these charging stations around the country. And since these electric vehicles are environmentally friendly, it should be an encouraged way of commuting. Sent from my ONEPLUS A3010 using Tapatalk
  4. I'll only answer what i know. For the mileage, if the seller gets a new speedometer the mileage will be reset to 0 so maybe thats why the mileage displayed is so low. I feel like the mileage isn't so important as he could have a lot of mileage on the speedometer but his engine could have been overhauled and all the internals could be relatively new. The question should not be how much mileage or years is too much but how regularly does the bike get serviced and if it is well maintained. 2) You won't know what any of the parts mean until you get a bike of your own. For this you'll
  5. That would be a smarter idea than to get the r125 and upgrading it to an r3. The fz also has good resale value because of its demand. Have a look at the pulsar 200NS as well. It has a great fuel consumption and some are selling it cheaper than the fz Sent from my ONEPLUS A3010 using Tapatalk
  6. Fz16 is a really good bike if you plan on using it for awhile. It's easy to maintain and def cheaper than the r125 for the same coe. It's also very comfortable to ride as it has the same riding posture as when you were learning to ride. Try to find a good deal for the fz16! Sent from my ONEPLUS A3010 using Tapatalk
  7. You're right, the most important thing is not to jump right into getting a bike if it's going to cost you some money. Make sure you are able to look at the bike from a neutral point of view. I'm saying the bike isn't powerful enough and I'm not after powerful bikes at all. At least take your time and get to know about other bikes. Ultimately dont regret getting the bike you bought,which is why i emphasize on getting to know the bike first. How it handles and whether it's comfortable for you or not. Sent from my ONEPLUS A3010 using Tapatalk
  8. It's a lot better to get a cheap and reliable 2b bike and put the extra money you have to ultimately getting your class 2 bike. Or at least the license Sent from my ONEPLUS A3010 using Tapatalk
  9. Ultimately the choice is yours on whether to get the yamaha yzf r125 or not haha but a lot of ppl who just got their license tend to want to get a sports bike cos of how it looks. You won't really know whether it is for you or not until you actually ride it. So at least get a feel of the bike before you purchase the bike. You really don't want to get a bike just because of the looks. Do your research on the bike. Make sure there's spare parts readily available for it, find out maintenance costs, fuel consumption,etc. Sent from my ONEPLUS A3010 using Tapatalk
  10. They will still charge you based on your 2b p plate so your insurance will be high. Especially since you want to get a sports bike. I would suggest against getting the r125 if your ultimate goal is to get a bigger bike. It's expensive and you can get other bikes which are pleasant to look at without burning a hole in your pocket. If you want a sports bike kind of look I'd suggest taking a look at daelim r125. It's cheaper than the yamaha yzf r125 and looks not that bad to me. It doesn't have any power though. Sent from my ONEPLUS A3010 using Tapatalk
  11. Honda wave, yamaha ybr , yamaha rxz, pulsar 180 dts i , honda phantom Sent from my ONEPLUS A3010 using Tapatalk
  12. Get ready ard 1k for insurance, there is an installment plan package under ntuc if you have a credit card. Credit card not debit Sent from my ONEPLUS A3010 using Tapatalk
  13. Don't get a bike which is obsolete if you don't know where to get the parts. Such as the tw and wr. Fz would be a good choice but there's plenty of other bikes that are cheap to maintain and good Sent from my ONEPLUS A3010 using Tapatalk
  14. Thanks man haha considering your blog is so well written. I do browse your blog to find a lot of useful information. Especially loved your road trip. Planning to go for a similar one in the future. Sent from my X9009 using Tapatalk
  15. I took my license at BBDC and it took me around 3 months to pass my bike license. Sent from my X9009 using Tapatalk
  • Create New...