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ChaoPuzzy1968

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  1. Any PI that brings in the NC750series should be able to service this bike, the parts use are pretty standard. cross platform. We only have to wait for the rear tires. But due to the lemon law , most shop only service their own bike. off hand, yes 4 EO with leftover. Servicing it would be wise to expect it to be around a honda built 750 pricing. less than 1 k for the works. oil, breaks ,air and water. ( no battery included) btw the NC dct has extra filtre - dct filtre YEsterday , I came across speedzone may have 1 black NM4,on the internet, you may want to look at them or call them. http://www.bikemart.sg/product/honda-nm4-750-vultus-abs-2015-new/ at your own risk. Cheers
  2. Difficult to source for ex-stock for the moment, try booking it from some of the reputable PI, For me I go it from Looi. the rest got it from speedway, Guan hoe ,mah motor etc. You can go to the facebook community on NM4 to look at their profile. which is not really active. you can look up you tube for more ride info. It's a japanese bike Honda, DCT, abs.... anime looking scooter/bike. love it.
  3. Tried what you have suggested , yup, when i let go the left hand there's a slight wobble, nothing seroius in my case , i attribute it to uneven handling, it ease up once i crack open the throttle and loosen the grip by just making an O using the index and thumb on the throttle. Most of the time i ride without using the left hand on the handle bar and the throttle rocker on the right so i don't actually grib the handle bar and this reduce alot of fatigue. this bike is very stable and well balance, it is conciveable to ride longer distance and even taking corners with just one hand. Check your tire pressure 32 psi front and 36 Psi rear,bearing and finally trust your gut feel after checking all that. if it's still unmanageble 1 hand your bike have a problem. take care Bro
  4. yup , will still go for stock it is the DCT from 5-6 gear changing
  5. lemon law.... you are going to have a problem...as what imjw mention try boon siew...
  6. at 10k , as long it can move and change gear automatically , the gear box is ok. but on a general guide. i will change the clutch at 50k mark
  7. Yo bro ! sorry i was on leave... It is a good time to check/change on the 3 brakes pads, ( top-up , water and oil level) , 2 oil and 1 air filter and the tires too..
  8. Being a Japanese bike, getting the spare parts are not really a challenge. The challenge is what do the Mechanic do after getting the parts and how to replace them. That's is the Main problem. This bike is not common, to disassemble and reassemble need skills in handling some "weird latches" and hooks Getting a servicing manual helps the mechanic quite a bit. but you have to leave the bike there for a couple of weeks for routine maintenance or months in a major failure. This is some of the major consideration before getting the bike. you need a lot of patiences can you wait that long? Getting rid of it after 1 year , is a smart choice for owner who cannot tahan the problem which will crop up as the bike grows older so it is not surprising that it happens.
  9. very well said!!! http://www.motoroids.com/news/kawasaki-ninja-h2-crash-more-images-and-details-emerge-another-crash-reported/
  10. lol yes , when the ABS kick in, it is saying we are braking too hard...
  11. and to add on non ABS, at this moment, abs, may not be a good idea to engage when going off road? it really depends on the rider on how they use their equidment and not the bike. but personally do i want ABS on the bike, I don't . it's extra cost and the item will break down. Just ride in such a way that never really need to use them or was what mechwira says 99% of the time.( lol I prefer 100%) .
  12. I have both ABS and Non ABS bike. and There is ample Video on ABS for Bikes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1JRRywzXPc reference http://www.motorcyclecruiser.com/deadly-dozen-12-motorcycle-safety-myths-and-misconceptions Myth 12: A Skilled Rider Can Stop Better with Conventional Brakes than with Anti-Lock Brakes Extensive testing done recently disproves this popular notion. Even on clean, dry, flat pavement, skilled, experienced riders (who did hundreds of panic stops for the testing on outrigger-equipped motorcycles) stopped in less distance with anti-lock brakes (ABS) than with conventional or linked braking systems. Though the tests didn't include samples on surfaces with slick, dirty or wet spots, ABS certainly would have performed even better under those conditions while eliminating much of the risk of crashing. The other cool thing about ABS on a motorcycle is that allows you to safely practice panic stops without risking a crash caused by lock-up. Disclaimer. even with ABS it does not guranteee you will survive riding on the road. when you time is up, nothing will prevent it. Conconclusion, as a biker it's your life , you decide how you want to live it or how you want to die.
  13. All you need to do is to visually check the expendables. If it not within expectation , bring it in to the shop, let them know and for them to do the topping up.( this will answer your second question) I am quite happy with this bike, it is not hot and even after running in, the coolant level is still within tolerance, and now at 6k, the level is still maintain.So there's no requirement to do the topping up ourselves. we can do the complete servicing on annually. and yes it is a hassle to open up the fairing. so don't open it unless you are bored and want some fun. and yup it was quite fun
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