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assalammulaikkum semua.......... saya dan fahn telah selamat pegi dan kembali dari thailand, betong.......... sori kalau tak sempat ajak..... last minit thing.....

 

three>> piyamit tunnel dah dijejaki........ dah mark kat gps..... nanti aku pass kau coordinates...... betong quite interesting..... nak kena pegi lagi....

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TRIP TO PENANG (1-3 May) & KL(3-4 May)

Date : 01-04 May 2009

Depart : 30 April 2009 (2300hrs)

Meet up time & place : TBC

 

 

OK GO!!!

 

01. Spider175 & Biskut (Spec 1)

02. Slackerz69 & Ella (spec 1 )

03. Ayie11 & Wani (R1)

04. @swat (spec 1)

05. Nesquik (Spec 3)

06. Muicuz (R1)

07. Gboy & Ma'am (Spec 3)

08. Gd Devil & Ma'am (Spec 1)

09. Master Yoda & Ma'am (Ver S)

10. MaverickRD (Ver S)

11. [email protected] & Ma'am (Blackbird)

12. Devil Me & Ma'am (Fz1)

13. Chplak (spec1)

14. John (K7)

15. Salem77 & Ma'am (Hayabusa)

16. Kutrax (Spec 3)

17. Extequilla (CBR 6)

18. RESERVED (2pax)

19. Daddy fiesta & Ma'am (Spec 3)

 

Total: 19 riders & 11 pillions

 

 

Pending!!!

 

01. Mamat07 (Pending) (Spec 3)

02. Izzo (Pending) (R6)

03. Yanto (Pending) (PB1)

04. Nash (Pending)

 

 

Pending: 04 Rider

 

 

Meeting us there...

1. Rykros & Ma'am (kepak and afterburner da order :angel:)

 

Total: 2 passengers

 

 

 

Pls confirm the list by 31st Jan 2009.

 

 

Attn: All Penang riders,

 

Pls make yrself free on 31.01.09 for a meeting, 8pm. Venue will be confirmed again.

 

Objective of meeting is to discuss the itinerary for the trip, budget and also hotel infos...

 

Those who are not going but would like to join the meeting are most welcome.

 

Any enquiries, pls contact Spider at 90699750

 

 

PS: List updated on 26.01.09

 

setakat berkongsi bersama S4M...:cheers:

 

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Motorcycle trips demand far more planning than the equivalent journey in a car. Though riding provides an inherent sense of freedom, practical limitations require motorcyclists to think ahead when choosing to hit the open road.

For starters, most motorcycles are limited in their storage capacity. Though all-out touring bikes such as the Honda Gold Wing and the BMW K1200LT offer numerous hard cases for the storage of extra clothes and gear, long distance riders are often forced to make tough decisions about the details of their trips, and how much of what items they need to pack.

 

Important Points to Consider

The first questions you'll want to ask yourself when planning a trip pertain to how long you plan on being gone, where you intend to go, and what you have in mind for lodging.

First on your list of "must pack" items is a safety and repair kit.

Unless you're riding a fully fledged touring motorcycle, you'll probably need to invest in some type of storage bags; backpacks don't count. Options include saddlebags (which rest straddle the seat and rest on either side of the rear wheel, and are also known as panniers,) and tank bags, which sit directly atop the fuel tank (and often have handy clear plastic windows for displaying maps.) While hard bags offer more weather protection than soft bags, they are also costlier, add more weight, and require more involved installation. Centrally positioned tail bags are another option if you need even more storage.

 

Inspect Your Bike

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation's T-CLOCS method is an efficient way to inspect your bike before traveling:

T: Tires.

Make sure both tires are properly inflated, using an air pressure monitor that you bring with you on rides. Don't risk riding on tires that might need replacement; if suspect a tire will not last long enough for a ride, have it replaced.

 

C: Controls.

Are your cables (clutch and brakes) and controls intact and working?

 

L: Lights.

Make sure your headlights (high & low beam), turn signals, and brake lights work.

 

O: Oils & fluids.

Check everything from engine oil and coolant to brake fluid.

 

C: Chassis.

Ensure that the frame, suspension, chain, and fasteners are all secure and intact.

 

S: Stands.

Make sure the center stand and/or side stand isn't cracked or bent, and that springs properly hold the assembly away from the pavement when stowed.

 

Packing Tips

Packing for a long distance motorcycle ride is a delicate balance between bringing enough items to ensure comfort, and not overloading yourself with unnecessary weight and bulk. After you've planned your route, you'll want to check the weather forecast and get an idea of what to expect in terms the elements.

 

A good touring suit is an excellent investment, and when choosing your clothes, consider packing several thin layers of clothing, rather than a few thick ones. Flexibility is the key to staying comfortable; it's far better to have the option to stop and shed or add layers as necessary, than to shiver or sweat your way through what would otherwise be an enjoyable, scenic route.

 

Be sure to bring energy bars or trail mix and water; if hunger or thirst strikes while you're far from convenience stores or gas stations, the nourishment will come in handy and keep your riding skills sharp.

 

When loading up your bike, always put heavier, more solid items on the bottom and sides closer to the bike (to centralize weight.) Lighter items should go on top. If you don't have saddlebags or tank bags, you should consider using bungee nets to secure loose items. If you must travel with items secured by a bungee net, ensure that they are snug and will not get loosened by winds or g-forces. Again, placing heavier , wider, and more stable items at the bottom will provide an anchor for looser, floppier pieces (like sleeping pads or pillows.)

 

Finally, equip yourself well. Always wear a full-face helmet for maximum protection-- not only against accidents, but also from the elements. Full-face helmets can provide a shield from rain and cold winds, and if constructed with ventilation, can also provide a certain level of comfort in warm weather. It may feel constricting in heat, but the overall benefits of choosing safety over style are vast when considering your long-term health and well being.

 

Plan, Plan, Plan...

Though it's tempting to hit the open road and simply follow your nose, don't forget that you're more vulnerable to the elements, fatigue, and potentially serious injury on a motorcycle. Prepare yourself with clothing appropriate for the weather. Plan a route and, if you don't have a portable GPS system, do whatever it takes not to get lost-- even if it means taping directions to the top of your fuel tank. Err in the direction of filling up with gas too frequently; because of their relatively low cruising range . When in doubt, fill up.

 

Pace your travels realistically. Don't try to ride so many hours in a day that it might affect your reflexes or decision making ability; after all, most of the fun is in the journey, not simply in reaching a destination. While riding, be sure to stop whenever necessary-- whether for a snack, a stretch, or a nap. The simple act of taking a breather will make the ride all the more enjoyable.

 

...But Don't Overplan!

Once you've prepared sufficiently, enjoy the possibility of the unexpected. Riding requires a certain amount of discipline and logistical planning, but part of the joy of the journey is the process. Be open to re-writing your plans when necessary, and you'll have a blast no matter where you end up.

 

 

TBC....

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assalammulaikkum semua.......... saya dan fahn telah selamat pegi dan kembali dari thailand, betong.......... sori kalau tak sempat ajak..... last minit thing.....

 

 

:thumb:

 

tak ajak pon takpe...

kalau ajak pon tak pegy punya..

ni tengah tarik hand brake untok Sawadekap Trip... :cool:

lepas tu nex big trip... Mae Hong Son 1864 Corners :dot::dot::dot:

:thumb:

 

* psst Betong tempat Hairpenning kan ?

Ride single is advisable... :angel:

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This year nye motoGP lepas race kau lari kat track tahan Rossi pakai tu banner. Confirm overnight famous. :angel:

 

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assalammulaikkum semua.......... saya dan fahn telah selamat pegi dan kembali dari thailand, betong.......... sori kalau tak sempat ajak..... last minit thing.....

 

three>> piyamit tunnel dah dijejaki........ dah mark kat gps..... nanti aku pass kau coordinates...... betong quite interesting..... nak kena pegi lagi....

 

nak pegi lagi?? dah sangkotzz? khekhe.. bila tu nak pegi lagi?

once u pop, u can't stop...

 

SANY0137.jpg

 

:thumb:

 

tak ajak pon takpe...

kalau ajak pon tak pegy punya..

ni tengah tarik hand brake untok Sawadekap Trip... :cool:

lepas tu nex big trip... Mae Hong Son 1864 Corners :dot::dot::dot:

:thumb:

 

* psst Betong tempat Hairpenning kan ?

Ride single is advisable... :angel:

 

HairpeningDONG!! kena check it out... superb!! :thumb:

Ride single is advisable.

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:thumb:

 

tak ajak pon takpe...

kalau ajak pon tak pegy punya..

ni tengah tarik hand brake untok Sawadekap Trip... :cool:

lepas tu nex big trip... Mae Hong Son 1864 Corners :dot::dot::dot:

:thumb:

 

* psst Betong tempat Hairpenning kan ?

Ride single is advisable... :angel:

 

setakat berkongsi bersama S4M...:cheers:

wah mae hon son........... bila tu......... just keep me updated.......

 

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Motorcycle trips demand far more planning than the equivalent journey in a car. Though riding provides an inherent sense of freedom, practical limitations require motorcyclists to think ahead when choosing to hit the open road.

For starters, most motorcycles are limited in their storage capacity. Though all-out touring bikes such as the Honda Gold Wing and the BMW K1200LT offer numerous hard cases for the storage of extra clothes and gear, long distance riders are often forced to make tough decisions about the details of their trips, and how much of what items they need to pack.

 

Important Points to Consider

The first questions you'll want to ask yourself when planning a trip pertain to how long you plan on being gone, where you intend to go, and what you have in mind for lodging.

First on your list of "must pack" items is a safety and repair kit.

Unless you're riding a fully fledged touring motorcycle, you'll probably need to invest in some type of storage bags; backpacks don't count. Options include saddlebags (which rest straddle the seat and rest on either side of the rear wheel, and are also known as panniers,) and tank bags, which sit directly atop the fuel tank (and often have handy clear plastic windows for displaying maps.) While hard bags offer more weather protection than soft bags, they are also costlier, add more weight, and require more involved installation. Centrally positioned tail bags are another option if you need even more storage.

 

Inspect Your Bike

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation's T-CLOCS method is an efficient way to inspect your bike before traveling:

T: Tires.

Make sure both tires are properly inflated, using an air pressure monitor that you bring with you on rides. Don't risk riding on tires that might need replacement; if suspect a tire will not last long enough for a ride, have it replaced.

 

C: Controls.

Are your cables (clutch and brakes) and controls intact and working?

 

L: Lights.

Make sure your headlights (high & low beam), turn signals, and brake lights work.

 

O: Oils & fluids.

Check everything from engine oil and coolant to brake fluid.

 

C: Chassis.

Ensure that the frame, suspension, chain, and fasteners are all secure and intact.

 

S: Stands.

Make sure the center stand and/or side stand isn't cracked or bent, and that springs properly hold the assembly away from the pavement when stowed.

 

Packing Tips

Packing for a long distance motorcycle ride is a delicate balance between bringing enough items to ensure comfort, and not overloading yourself with unnecessary weight and bulk. After you've planned your route, you'll want to check the weather forecast and get an idea of what to expect in terms the elements.

 

A good touring suit is an excellent investment, and when choosing your clothes, consider packing several thin layers of clothing, rather than a few thick ones. Flexibility is the key to staying comfortable; it's far better to have the option to stop and shed or add layers as necessary, than to shiver or sweat your way through what would otherwise be an enjoyable, scenic route.

 

Be sure to bring energy bars or trail mix and water; if hunger or thirst strikes while you're far from convenience stores or gas stations, the nourishment will come in handy and keep your riding skills sharp.

 

When loading up your bike, always put heavier, more solid items on the bottom and sides closer to the bike (to centralize weight.) Lighter items should go on top. If you don't have saddlebags or tank bags, you should consider using bungee nets to secure loose items. If you must travel with items secured by a bungee net, ensure that they are snug and will not get loosened by winds or g-forces. Again, placing heavier , wider, and more stable items at the bottom will provide an anchor for looser, floppier pieces (like sleeping pads or pillows.)

 

Finally, equip yourself well. Always wear a full-face helmet for maximum protection-- not only against accidents, but also from the elements. Full-face helmets can provide a shield from rain and cold winds, and if constructed with ventilation, can also provide a certain level of comfort in warm weather. It may feel constricting in heat, but the overall benefits of choosing safety over style are vast when considering your long-term health and well being.

 

Plan, Plan, Plan...

Though it's tempting to hit the open road and simply follow your nose, don't forget that you're more vulnerable to the elements, fatigue, and potentially serious injury on a motorcycle. Prepare yourself with clothing appropriate for the weather. Plan a route and, if you don't have a portable GPS system, do whatever it takes not to get lost-- even if it means taping directions to the top of your fuel tank. Err in the direction of filling up with gas too frequently; because of their relatively low cruising range . When in doubt, fill up.

 

Pace your travels realistically. Don't try to ride so many hours in a day that it might affect your reflexes or decision making ability; after all, most of the fun is in the journey, not simply in reaching a destination. While riding, be sure to stop whenever necessary-- whether for a snack, a stretch, or a nap. The simple act of taking a breather will make the ride all the more enjoyable.

 

...But Don't Overplan!

Once you've prepared sufficiently, enjoy the possibility of the unexpected. Riding requires a certain amount of discipline and logistical planning, but part of the joy of the journey is the process. Be open to re-writing your plans when necessary, and you'll have a blast no matter where you end up.

 

 

TBC....

 

good knowledge to share........ fahn baca tu...... clutch cable bawak spare

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three>> piyamit tunnel dah dijejaki........ dah mark kat gps..... nanti aku pass kau coordinates...... betong quite interesting..... nak kena pegi lagi....

 

 

Tu piyamit tunnel ok tak?? brape jauh tunnel dia kau jalan?? Asal jambar fahn takde??

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good knowledge to share........ fahn baca tu...... clutch cable bawak spare

 

One more add on,puncture repair kit. Kalau ada valve stem,bawak skali.:angel:

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best lah abg2 gi touring touring.... biler agak nyer dpt join....

 

 

*iyeeeeeeeee lah last min lah ape lah.... sape lah kite yg 400 ni kan nk dipelawe.....

 

bila masanya tiba, boley lerr kita pegi bersama yee..

alaahh.... jgn larr ckp mcm tu.. poh hundred,

tu handred ke sik handred ke, tu tak jadi poblem maahh.. :cheeky:

 

Tu piyamit tunnel ok tak?? brape jauh tunnel dia kau jalan?? Asal jambar fahn takde??

 

piyamit tunnel, bak kata pepatah Sino, HairpeningDONG..

cuma on the way there, road condition ada sikitzz nye tak gerekzz..

byk pasir n naik turunzz bukitzz...

kita jln tak sampai 1km.. ingat nak jalan jauh lagi, tapi dah shagzz..

pasal nak naik tu tunnel je dah tercungap2...

ni ada picss sikitzz..

 

SANY0106.jpg

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SANY0114.jpg

SANY0117.jpg

 

nak go dorang nye waterfall, flower garden n blue mosque tapi masa tak menentu kan.. maybe next trip ley check it out..

 

One more add on,puncture repair kit. Kalau ada valve stem,bawak skali.:angel:

 

yeah babey... :thumb: kalau ada ramai yg go,

boley share2 bwk spare kit..

kalau sikitzz org, beratzz sikitzz nak kena bwkzz..

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aku pakai tali rapiah...

janji air compressor and fire extinguisher ada.. :angel:

 

first time aku nampak orang bawak fire extinguisher gi touring, bukak box dia nak ambik air abih ternampak tu benda..... kelakar siot mula mula tapi actually quite logic jugak lah....... safety first

 

best lah abg2 gi touring touring.... biler agak nyer dpt join....

 

 

*iyeeeeeeeee lah last min lah ape lah.... sape lah kite yg 400 ni kan nk dipelawe.....

 

kalau di pelawa pun nak ikut ke...... motor besau ke kecik takde hal.....

 

Tu piyamit tunnel ok tak?? brape jauh tunnel dia kau jalan?? Asal jambar fahn takde??

 

tu tunnel has a very interesting history behind it (smokeless stove)........tapi maklum lah tak train nak panjat gunung bukan bukit siot........satu round naik dah tercungap cungap...........

 

bila masanya tiba, boley lerr kita pegi bersama yee..

alaahh.... jgn larr ckp mcm tu.. poh hundred,

tu handred ke sik handred ke, tu tak jadi poblem maahh.. :cheeky:

 

 

 

piyamit tunnel, bak kata pepatah Sino, HairpeningDONG..

cuma on the way there, road condition ada sikitzz nye tak gerekzz..

byk pasir n naik turunzz bukitzz...

kita jln tak sampai 1km.. ingat nak jalan jauh lagi, tapi dah shagzz..

pasal nak naik tu tunnel je dah tercungap2...

ni ada picss sikitzz..

 

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nak go dorang nye waterfall, flower garden n blue mosque tapi masa tak menentu kan.. maybe next trip ley check it out..

 

 

 

yeah babey... :thumb: kalau ada ramai yg go,

boley share2 bwk spare kit..

kalau sikitzz org, beratzz sikitzz nak kena bwkzz..

 

banyak ke sikit orang benda 2 spare musti bwk bak kata pepatah melayu "ringan sama dijinjin berat sama di pikul"

http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g127/pyok/4%20nation%20ride/P3110181.jpg

 

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gambor2x kat Betong tak de , ke....

 

 

*psst psst

 

*iyeeeeeeeee lah last min lah ape lah.... sape lah kite yg 400 ni kan nk dipelawe.....

Its Not The Ride That Matters,

Its the Rider... :angel:

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gambor2x kat Betong tak de , ke....

 

 

*psst psst

 

gambor tengoh cuci.. banyak adegan2 panjat memanjat

gunung ganang dan bukit bukau.. :)

 

first time aku nampak orang bawak fire extinguisher gi touring, bukak box dia nak ambik air abih ternampak tu benda..... kelakar siot mula mula tapi actually quite logic jugak lah....... safety first

 

mengikot kajian saintifik, ape yg perlu dan ape yg tak perlu di bwk..

 

 

tu tunnel has a very interesting history behind it (smokeless stove)........tapi maklum lah tak train nak panjat gunung bukan bukit siot........satu round naik dah tercungap cungap...........

 

oouuhh... panjat gunung tak boley, panjat bukit boley....

kalau panjat katil??

ada tangga kan?? kan kan kan...

 

banyak ke sikit orang benda 2 spare musti bwk bak kata pepatah melayu "ringan sama dijinjin berat sama di pikul"

 

bak kata pepatah, pendek kata, pokoknya, kalau nampak org buat "stretching"

seblum menunggeng motosikal, jangan lerr ketawa ye... khekhe.. :angel:

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Assalammualaikum,selamat pagi warga s4m...nak tanyelah aku ni selalu naik turun KL,anyone ada lobang tow truck ke atau kedai2 moto pat KL incase anything happens. Pm aku...

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Assalammualaikum,selamat pagi warga s4m...nak tanyelah aku ni selalu naik turun KL,anyone ada lobang tow truck ke atau kedai2 moto pat KL incase anything happens. Pm aku...

 

waalaikumsalam... i did my overhaul of my spec3 two years ago by this abang Zam, who has a shop at damansara.. but i lost his number :cheeky:

try asking Pyok & Spider, dorg yg gime me the contact...

 

Hi S4 Riders

 

Anyone DIY change their spark plug very frequently? Can you advice me what NGK plug model is the following S4 models using? Is it easier to DIY change plugs?

 

- Spec 1

- Spec 2

- Spec 3

 

err not me, ade malas nk gi korek2... tak tau lak yg lain, maybe jbat?

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waalaikumsalam... i did my overhaul of my spec3 two years ago by this abang Zam, which has a shop at damansara.. but i lost his number :cheeky:

try asking Pyok & Spider, dorg yg gime me the contact...

overhaul?bape cost of the damaged bro?:faint:

Its Totally Not About The Bike,But its Totally Bout The RIDER!!:angel:

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Mornin semua.......wah sempat Pyok & Fahn gi Land of a thousand smiles

 

 

Pyok kau ada pecahkan kerusi or meja tak?

:cheeky:

 

dengar2x gua yang tempat Pyok lepak ,

runtuh la... :angel:

 

Hi S4 Riders

 

Anyone DIY change their spark plug very frequently? Can you advice me what NGK plug model is the following S4 models using? Is it easier to DIY change plugs?

 

- Spec 1

- Spec 2

- Spec 3

 

u can PM our Batam certified mechanic ,

Fauzi aka Rykros who coincidentally have a twin brother in Sepang.. :angel:

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nak go dorang nye waterfall, flower garden n blue mosque tapi masa tak menentu kan.. maybe next trip ley check it out..

 

Dey.. "Blue Mosque" to opposite kedai restaurant makcik yg kita pernah makan dulu larrrrr

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