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  1. May we wish you the turn for the better with regards to luck. I'll try to make it as layman as possible. Things to consider: 1. The vehicle's dashcam may have recorded your license plate 2. Incidents like these (or even minor / major accidents) usually would get raised to his/her insurance. You ought to have raise this with your insurance as well - your insurer will try to be understanding, just tell them what went wrong. 3. But expect your next year insurance to go up (if the car driver decides he doesn't want to forgive and foot the repair bill and raises this with his insurer >
  2. I was from the period of time years ago where bikes and bikers were many, many gave positive reviews about the Honda Super 4. It's a reliable workhorse and many shops can do efficient maintenance on it. Great for short distances and even long ones up to Malaysia. It's not a strong necessity in my opinion, but is a good plus. Or if you're itching to try something with slightly more power then yeah, if you'd like. All depends on the individual. But one thing is probably evident, it takes harder effort for bikes with smaller brake horsepower (BHP) to keep up with traffic. It's not abou
  3. Bikers being foodies as well, got another good excuse to ride down to McDonald's liao! - Curry Sauce bottle @ $5.50 (with Value Meal purchase) - Spicy McNuggets - Passionfruit pie - Peach McFizz (kinda like sprite with peach syrup added)
  4. Mazda USA has filed an issue report about this matter to the USA authorities. The AI computer in some cars making it e-brake even though there's no obstacles. Link: https://insidemazda.mazdausa.com/press-release/statement-on-recall-of-certain-2019-2020-my-mazda3-vehicles/ Wonder if our right hand drive ones have seen such issues too here
  5. No more just simply signing up Facebook Messenger with just your phone number, All new signups require a full Facebook account before you can use FB Messenger Link: InputMag.com - Requires Facebook
  6. I gotto ask my seniors about this, but for me over the years I've been asking around and learning about the shops Watcha have in mind? Bukit Merah (the Ikea vicinity), Upper. Changi, Ubi Road 1, some of the handful shops you can explore.
  7. Earlier on I posted news lamenting the rumored retirement of the Hayabusa, well someone else has posted rumors Suzuki making effort to resurrect the mighty 'busa. TLDR Takeaways: Engine size increase to 1440cc, to make it Euro5 smoke compliant 2 smokin' exhaust endcans, as before Going to be slimmed down however Link: Visordown.com, Hayabusa to get Euro 5 certified I betcha its gonna come with a high tech digital cockpit as well, in line with the new bikes in the market. Hope this is real!
  8. Might be good to list down what "requirements" or maybe skills that the prospective mechanic should have. Or maybe you're hiring someone inspiring to be a bike-chanic Good luck pal
  9. Starting December 16 2019, all trainees pursuing / upgrading their driving or riding licence will have to undergo an additional Simulator set of modules. More modules to book! Link: http://bit.ly/2s1ySbC
  10. Bye bye 'busa, Suzuki to end production of one of world's fastest bikes Takeaways: 1. Dwindling sales 2. Strict emission regulations. Countries hate polluty, smoky bikes like the 11 year old' busa. 3. Sportbikes like Kawasaki H2 can now do 0-60 the same way as the haya does https://gearpatrol.com/2018/12/12/suzuki-hayabusa-ending-production/ Seems like we're the last ones standing, owning a legendary piece of history.... Sigh
  11. Get your bike repaired. Electrical system (battery + rectifier) either one is faulty. That, or the spark plug is old and fouled up. There's no fuel to begin with, so no combustion, no movement, no wear and tear damage to be worried about.
  12. Hey all, long hiatus from riding and Foruming but happy to be back to do both. Help us report any spam or trash (there's a button for that) and we'll clean it up. As always, enjoy your stay in SBF. Oh and if you *ever* have any tech or geek questions - and you feel not comfy asking elsewhere - ask away here. There's biker bros that are in the IT field like us, or very avid nerds or hobbyists that probably will help. I'll ensure you'll get your questions answered here if there's no help in sight.
  13. ITinerary Startpage ~redbeacon
  14. Hi,it will be good if you can help me for the visibilty in my thread. thanks

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