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dDtim

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  1. You can order them from pjme, which incidentally have a mass order going on! Bahahaha the coincidence right? Right?
  2. Seems to me your idle rpm is too low, what's your rpm at idle? If you even have a reading..
  3. Mines not what's the function of it?
  4. How much for '08 RS125 Spain no1 decal? Individual piece available? Left and right upper panels
  5. Go home.... Read! I'll do just that as well and I'll share anything I find.
  6. That's 3-5 litres per ??? Hmmm I'll read up more on tuning, appreciate any tips or useful sources.
  7. Believe tuning has got to do with trial and error as well, diy yourself is best. There are some guidelines to tuning which you can find online as well.
  8. Wanted to mention that as well, the mechanic usually tunes them to a common ratio but bike to bike varies. Usually you have to fine tune it yourself. On topic: what's the Milage difference between the OEM 28mm against the 32mm?
  9. Have you tried holding the clutch at it's biting and revving harder? Do not throw clutch or even release it slowly just hold it there. I had your problem until I figured that out myself
  10. Same way I do it, my bike responds well even when moving off a steep slope, keep the clutch in the biting zone. Never tried stock pipe before but I highly doubt thats your main problem
  11. I ride both a bike and drive a car so i also give bikes a good clearance. Depends on my luck I get pretty courteous drivers who wave when you give way, though there really are some messed up drivers on the road. E.g. CNY last year, on my way home on small roads, this girl smiling and talking in a stationary car, the moment she put to drive I knew something was wrong, slowed my car in case, true enough, she swerved out of her parking spot and thank you BBDC! With my feet already on the brake pedal jammed brake to a close finish barely an inch before I t-boned her car. Still smiled as if I wa
  12. As long as it's not prominent, I dont think they are really bothered.
  13. Where are you ordering from again? Xxes123
  14. Hahaha, I couldn't be too bothered to stop an eager beaver
  15. From my experience(or my friends' rather) the common way your helmet gets stolen is for the strap leading up to the rings to be burnt/cut. For a one-use pillion helmet. as usually one would padlock their helmet through the rings.
  16. I carry my helmet around, I hardly leave my cheap helmet on my bike, unless in reputable neighborhoods. The trouble of having no helmet 3am into the morning doesn't sit with me. Just suggesting places where you can put it nic, disclaimer above. P.s interesting lock system hmmm
  17. I haven't been stopped on the roads in a long time wonder where all the tp along upp. Bt Timah and bukit batok road went to, used to be routinely stopped... Back to topic: play it safe, one fine is all it takes, avoid the hassle of removing and reinstalling the pipe for inspection and who's going to buy a 2nd hand illegal pipe probably chop you abit. My friend got caught once on his birthday, initially they noticed the fused headlights, led to illegal polelights, and no silencer on pipe: total fine $600. Got off lucky though, fixed his silencer on the spot as ordered but had scalded fin
  18. The triangle metal casting where the pillon peg folds up to. I use a laptop lock to secure my full face if my bike is in sight, sometimes. I don't really trust anything but my hands my helmet is crazily costly and was a gift.
  19. Anyone has an idea where to get our indicator bulbs? They run in a series circuit and mine fused
  20. Wagghhhhh seems hellas lot of trouble to save a questionable amount of money.
  21. My sentiments fall along the same line as vyruz, some organisation of information would help aplenty, however, I dont imagine myself sitting through hours or days scavenging through the thousands of posts and sorting them out. What I advocate though is taking some effort to clarify through the convenient source technology has provided us with - search engines. Heck! Wikipedia and howstuffworks would at least provide a vague idea of what you are looking for. These filtered many of my questions and when the information gets too technical or requires a professional appraisal and in worse ca
  22. My friend who is 1.8 still has problems reversing the bike even after lowering the suspension. I just paddle left foot, lean bike 1-2inch to right, right foot, lf rf lf rf. Get off the bike and pull her if necessary. There's no real need for a lowered fork as mentioned by the bro above it will mess weight distribution and cause additional physical stress on your forearms
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