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  1. Time Left: 5 months and 11 days

    • For Sale (WTS)
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    Registered 15-09-2020 COE expire 14-09-2030 COE value $7432 1 ownership Mileage 28k KM SELLING $12800. We provide flexible loan to accomodate to your budget!💪🏾 ✔️ $0 downpayment plan available ✔️ inclusive of insurance (to our food delivery Riders, we got you covered) ✔️Fast loan approval ✔️ We accept trade in & over trade ✔️ In house and bank loan available PM or contact Javier Eu: 91811291

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  3. The Honda ADV150 has a built-in power cut in the stock ECU. Most ADV150 riders would have experience this power cut when approaching speeds of 110km/h-120km/h shown on the speedometer. This is entirely normal as is what is referred to as a speed / power cut to protect the engine and the other components of the ADV150 as a Class 2B scooter is not made to go much faster than that. There is a workaround to this power cut (if so you wish) and that would be changing to an aftermarket ECU that does not have this built-in power cut. If you want to remove this power cut, it will void your original manufacturer warranty is is highly NOT recommended, it is also unsafe for the motorcycle and the rider.
  4. Looks pretty good, probably will look even better on the white version! Thanks to bro Fadli for the picture. Took him a lot of time, elbow grease as well as thinner to remove all the stickers. Has anyone else tried this one their ADV150? Looking forward to seeing a white unit that has its decals removed.
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