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hi everyone....noe where can i get a copy of MCN in singapore...? :confused: i've being lookin a few places for it but no results....pls enlighten me...thank you

 

I've been asking the same question myself. Found the answer fortunately.

 

At Holland V. 7 copies of MCN comes every Monday. The last I asked, 3 mags are booked by regulars, the last 4 gets sold pretty fast. If you want your copy, go on Mon.

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I've been asking the same question myself. Found the answer fortunately.

 

At Holland V. 7 copies of MCN comes every Monday. The last I asked, 3 mags are booked by regulars, the last 4 gets sold pretty fast. If you want your copy, go on Mon.

 

thank you very much dude....great help...!!!

i wanted to subscrise MCN thru the net...but found out tat the price is HUGE my man....!!! 570++ yearly...but wif 53 copies....come to think of it not so bad tt's round 10++ per copy....but my mum doesn't wan to lend me her credit card :nono: DAMN..!!

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hm... 163Bhp?? Where's that?? Crank or rear wheel??

:confused:

MCN, locally, at about $7.50 per issue... that's an expensive newspaper... bought the last 2 issues, nothing much (concrete news)... u guys decide it's worth...

:sweat:

Ride fast but safe... Skills matters most... the slow ONE... I WAS TOO SLOW at 1min 50.9sec :D

 

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hm... 163Bhp?? Where's that?? Crank or rear wheel??

:confused:

MCN, locally, at about $7.50 per issue... that's an expensive newspaper... bought the last 2 issues, nothing much (concrete news)... u guys decide it's worth...

:sweat:

 

Not sure, it doesn't say on the mag.

 

Oh yeah, dry weight has gone up to 178kg.

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hm... let's just say... hypothectically...

:sweat:

The 163Bhp is at the rear wheel (which i don't think so, Honda almost always states it at the crank), with dry weight at 178kg... both specifications lose out to the 04' R1... & the ZX10...

:giddy:

Now, it'll be up to the litre class sportsbikes group test to determine which manufacturer has the best overall package for 04'... in terms of performance, handling, etc...

:confused:

Can't wait for the group test!

:D

Ride fast but safe... Skills matters most... the slow ONE... I WAS TOO SLOW at 1min 50.9sec :D

 

Past rides: Quite a few and different types

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hm... let's just say... hypothectically...

:sweat:

The 163Bhp is at the rear wheel (which i don't think so, Honda almost always states it at the crank), with dry weight at 178kg... both specifications lose out to the 04' R1... & the ZX10...

:giddy:

Now, it'll be up to the litre class sportsbikes group test to determine which manufacturer has the best overall package for 04'... in terms of performance, handling, etc...

:confused:

Can't wait for the group test!

:D

Ride fast but safe... Skills matters most... the slow ONE... I WAS TOO SLOW at 1min 50.9sec :D

 

Past rides: Quite a few and different types

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hm... let's just say... hypothectically...

:sweat:

The 163Bhp is at the rear wheel (which i don't think so, Honda almost always states it at the crank), with dry weight at 178kg... both specifications lose out to the 04' R1... & the ZX10...

:giddy:

Now, it'll be up to the litre class sportsbikes group test to determine which manufacturer has the best overall package for 04'... in terms of performance, handling, etc...

:confused:

Can't wait for the group test!

:D

Ride fast but safe... Skills matters most... the slow ONE... I WAS TOO SLOW at 1min 50.9sec :D

 

Past rides: Quite a few and different types

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hm... let's just say... hypothectically...

:sweat:

The 163Bhp is at the rear wheel (which i don't think so, Honda almost always states it at the crank), with dry weight at 178kg... both specifications lose out to the 04' R1... & the ZX10...

:giddy:

Now, it'll be up to the litre class sportsbikes group test to determine which manufacturer has the best overall package for 04'... in terms of performance, handling, etc...

:confused:

Can't wait for the group test!

:D

Ride fast but safe... Skills matters most... the slow ONE... I WAS TOO SLOW at 1min 50.9sec :D

 

Past rides: Quite a few and different types

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hm... let's just say... hypothectically...

:sweat:

The 163Bhp is at the rear wheel (which i don't think so, Honda almost always states it at the crank), with dry weight at 178kg... both specifications lose out to the 04' R1... & the ZX10...

:giddy:

Now, it'll be up to the litre class sportsbikes group test to determine which manufacturer has the best overall package for 04'... in terms of performance, handling, etc...

:confused:

Can't wait for the group test!

:D

Ride fast but safe... Skills matters most... the slow ONE... I WAS TOO SLOW at 1min 50.9sec :D

 

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Unofficial reports say that the rear wheel HP is 165, and weight is also 165kg, bringing the new FireBlade to 1:1 power to weight ratio.

 

tat means that in term of weight to power ratio (if the above is true), it is exactly the same as the new 04 R1!!! 1:1 power to weight......

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