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[Group] Yamaha FZ150I


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some mechs advise me.. n like i said, they n me may be wrong. check on bike frame ther is 1 tag n it states wat country it is made in. if not china means not china la. so wat if its a china bike, or a japanese model?.. even made by the best manufacturer in the world oso sure got faults here n ther. coil or engine or watever parts will spoil, jus a matter of time. n high prices is understandable not too long ago bike introduced to singapore market.

 

Some questions:

1) Mech teach u to look at tag. Did u check the bike there to see whether true??

2) Agreed that certain parts will fail after a certain time as all parts hve a lifespan. Faults vs wear and tears are two different matters. Faults mean failure earlier than lifespan. Certain parts will not, in ur words `spoil' easily, eg, spark coils, wirings.....unless it's suspect quality. I ride a TA150 and there are wear and tear, eg, CDI expires after approx 5yrs but this is expected as feedback from mechs and riders confirm lifespan av of 5yrs. Never had any wiring issues nor read about any for the bike....unless the bike was modified....then it's not the bike quality issue.

3) The price u quote was not in alignment with all the riders feedback here.....but it's a feedback and I take it as that u've apparently asked one of the few shops that's out to chop u??

 

It's good to give feedback but u should state ur source of info. Eg, ur current statement that coil or engine or watever parts will spoil, jus a matter of time is not wrong but ur 1st comment on the wiring/coil points to this bike hving a fault......not wear and tear. Thus, if base on ur current comment, any bike u bought should hve the same `wear and tear' right...ie, coil and engine will spoil!??

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Trying to get as much info as possible...both the good and the bad. I appreciate those who contribute(good or bad) as long as they can state their source of info, whether be it experience, other forums or hearsay from others(like Mechs). Stating the source of the info allows ea of us to decide whether the info is believable.

Hope that the_scientist85 can clarify so that we can decide whether his info is acceptable.

 

 

no need hearsay.... jus go n look at the bike frame tag n see for urself wher it is made in. den use ur own discretion on what are the bike pros n cons. n if u lack experience u ask the salesman himself wether the bike is good or not.

good things come to those who wait

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no need hearsay.... jus go n look at the bike frame tag n see for urself wher it is made in. den use ur own discretion on what are the bike pros n cons. n if u lack experience u ask the salesman himself wether the bike is good or not.

 

I can only say one thing only if u believe in the salesman:

Caveat emptor

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I can only say one thing only if u believe in the salesman:

Caveat emptor

 

simple. u believe wat he say den true... if u dun den its false... u oso got own mind to judge wether he said true or not. neway u cn always learn it thru ur own experience, buy the bike n test it. watever if its good or bad dun regret it cos its ur own. no right or wrong wether u shld buy it. all things got pros n cons.

good things come to those who wait

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Oh bro~ Dun be disappointed~ I understand~ Maybe u can post ur selling here to find a gd & serious buyer. Dun worry bro, i believe once everything is settled, u can peacefully ride soon again man~ All the best ! = )

No worries.. I will find a buyer..

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Ahahahaha I failed my TP again!!! I can't believe it, weather was good, bike was excellent but I got marked down by score alone...and believe or not Ebraking posture also plus 4pts lOl!!! Damn it and there I was in the briefing room thinking it was a great ride today sure pass!!THEN my number got called and the TP gave me my score sheet.....o_O

 

THose old retired TPs sure know how to make their day and spoil my day.:angry: SHarks SSDC has the Highest fail rate... Good bye FZ...

 

Anyways that aside,Boy is this forum getting hot lol macham some debating forum. You say I say you believe don't believe they say you believe etc...:dozed:.....coolman why do you want to meet so badly? no fren ah???.........joke.

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interested to get this bike.... gives me what i need and serves its purpose as a good transport bike(with extra power). even mechs has been recommending this bike. their(the mechs) malaysian frens also converted to this bike, main reason because of its fuel consumption & robustness of engine as they travel up & down cross border a lot.

 

1 point that one mech told me thats not highlighted here is that, the fz150i uses a bigger clutch plate than normal 2B bikes. which he says is good as it can last longer.

no fear. no surprise. no hesitation. no doubt.

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interested to get this bike.... gives me what i need and serves its purpose as a good transport bike(with extra power). even mechs has been recommending this bike. their(the mechs) malaysian frens also converted to this bike, main reason because of its fuel consumption & robustness of engine as they travel up & down cross border a lot.

 

1 point that one mech told me thats not highlighted here is that, the fz150i uses a bigger clutch plate than normal 2B bikes. which he says is good as it can last longer.

 

n more difficult to find a spare one if original 1 spoils. n if have will be bigger price den norm 2b bikes too.. haha neway yeah if u like de bike jus get it. like i said all tings got pros n cons.

good things come to those who wait

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Anyone who really int, keen & seriously buying tis Fz baby, pls pm "rhan". less than 1k miilage. Dun waste this gd chance pp~

wow, thanks for recommending.. Mine is a bidded number too. Spent 1k for the Very Auspicious number.. Haiz, my suntan hands gave it away that I am riding a bike. Thought can hide it..

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wow, thanks for recommending.. Mine is a bidded number too. Spent 1k for the Very Auspicious number.. Haiz, my suntan hands gave it away that I am riding a bike. Thought can hide it..

 

Sorry for the off Topic.. Those who interested in this bike with about 600km mileage, please visit the thread below..

 

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?p=4787309#post4787309

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Hi guys, my recent mileage for 10litres is 400km , but i went to top up already, afraid can't find petrol kiosk when used up. Meaning can go up to 500km in order to used up the petrol. Awesome bike.

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Hi bros of FZ150i, i have 2 items to sell. Can help me ask around who want to buy my NEW MFizz blue raincoat at $30 M size. 2nd item is my used 48litres box with back rest and brake light and base plate at $70.Thanks guys.

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Hi calpton, maybe u can post ur selling items in the SBF Garage sale section. If u put it at a very attractive price, pp will buy fast, u might even let them bid for it ! Trust me man~

http://www.danasoft.com/sig/coolman1982.jpg

 

"Its not how fast the bike can go, its how Big ur Balls are!" :thumb:

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Hi calpton, maybe u can post ur selling items in the SBF Garage sale section. If u put it at a very attractive price, pp will buy fast, u might even let them bid for it ! Trust me man~

 

Yup thks coolman1982

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fz rider..

 

PLSzz do me a favour..

 

when ur bike hit 90km/h, where's ur rpm at? below 6, above 6 or exactly at 6..

 

Hi yanseng, 5th gear(max gear) 80km/h had a rpm of 5500, 90km/h had a rpm of 6000.

http://www.danasoft.com/sig/coolman1982.jpg

 

"Its not how fast the bike can go, its how Big ur Balls are!" :thumb:

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Hi yanseng, 5th gear(max gear) 80km/h had a rpm of 5500, 90km/h had a rpm of 6000.

 

Hi there, mine is between 6000 to 6500. By the way, i find that my fuel gauge calibration is not so accurate, 1st 1/2 is ok, but after past 1/2 tank mark, it drops very fast and den it suddenly hits empty with arnd 2lit of fuel left in the tank, is it normal?... Normally u guys run in at what speed?

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mine is ard 6300 rpm @ 90km/h...

 

runninng in i usually keep the rpm below 6000rpm, i dont usually monitor at what speed juz hear the engine. if it starts to roar(i think above 6500rpm), then will ease off the throttle a little.

no fear. no surprise. no hesitation. no doubt.

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