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  1. im selling my b-bone,im available at 90607800

  2. Just read this month's Cycle World and your statement might no longer be true http://img519.imageshack.us/img519/9229/070220082351367219yg5.jpg http://img356.imageshack.us/img356/4628/070220082351356965oh9.jpg http://img356.imageshack.us/img356/4987/732008114958nc8.jpg
  3. Eh limsteel, you should have kay kay pretend you didnt hear the conversation, then asked the shop if they have TL for sale. Maybe they will say they have one coming in, excellent condition, and that you can have it for $5k, cheap and good!
  4. here's some info to make you feel better about your choice Believe it or not, in roll-on acceleration, the 750 has achieved better results than the Z1000 and it is only in the quarter mile, that the Z1000 manages to beat the 750, by 0.1 second that is. It seems like someone at Kawasaki has been paying attention and decided to tune the 750's engine in a more fitting way for a naked bike. * Taken from http://www.motorcycle.com/manufacturer/kawasaki/kawasaki-z750-15709.html but you won't get the adjustable usd forks that the z1000 has though, and most noticably the 4 pipes.
  5. no idea but since the dynojet offers range for tuning, I guess its worth a try. Thought you were in Singapore! Bike shop....what to do....
  6. you imported an sv400? Can help us import SV1000?
  7. first challenge is finding a good condition one. Second thing is ignoring the people who say this is a lousy bike. Money will be the least of your problems Guan Hoe didn't bring in the 400s, I don't think the 1000s are brought in by them either, someone correct me if I'm wrong. for parts, most are generic parts, e.g. oil filter, fork seals, battery, etc. rectifier i can't remember, but should be same as SV650 and bandit 400. For the other parts I don't think replacement is needed in normal circumstances.
  8. check this out guys, never seen this one before.... http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=130194333732&ssPageName=STRK:MEWA:IT&ih=003
  9. Now that you mentioned it, even the 1125R has "disguised" radiators.
  10. They should've "hidden" the radiator somewhere like what Harley did on the V-Rod. There's one in my office carpark and the engine design doesn't look as clean as the air cooled monsters. I personally prefer the S2R 1000 over the S4R.
  11. that kinda looks like mine! Its from skidmarx btw. http://img179.imageshack.us/img179/8638/sv400s2py8.jpg
  12. Machine price with GST: 695 - $18,300 S2R 800 - $22,400 S2R 1000 - $23,400 S4R - $29,500 S4Rs - $33,600 p.s. i dont work at minerva, just happened to be at the showroom recently
  13. Its says "reality" and "design" in japanese, thats about all I can read. But heres a link with related info: http://www.motorcyclenews.com/MCN/News/newsresults/mcn/2007/July/july16-22/jul1607newhondacb750motorcyclerumoured/
  14. John Britten designed V-1100: http://img398.imageshack.us/img398/6956/dcp01468hv.th.jpg are we going to see something like this in s'pore soon?
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