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Hello all! Recently got my 2b license and I am currently in NS and going to Ord soon.
So after I Ord I will be most likely to purchase a bike for transportation to and fro from amk to ntu for my uni studies.
I am looking for a 2nd hand bike with 3-4 years coe left because I have plans to take class 2 license but will still continue to ride class 2b bike. Mainly looking for a few things.
1) fuel consumption must be very good
2) but not sacrificing the power to overtake cars in Expressway
3) low maintenance required
4) able to put top box without sacrificing balance
5) not easily blown by winds from heavy vehicles
On top of that can anyone advice me.
Bajaj pulsar 200 vs Honda Phantom TA200
Which is better?
And also places to get a good helmet which cost lesser than 200. (hjc cl st?)
Posting on behalf for friend
Model 125R MANUAL
Classification Class 2B
Registration Date 23 MAR 2012
COE Expiry Date 23 MAR 2022
No. of Owners 2
Outlook : 9.5/10
Interior : 9.5/10
MILEAGE ABOUT 16K+
A very cool and sporty looking 2B bike with under seat exhaust pipe. Think it's the only 2b bike in singapore with under seat exhaust.
It won't be the fastest bike, but surely the coolest chick magnet bike in 2b class.
Letting go due to under utilization, seldom ride as already got a car. Pristine engine and exterior condition.View to believe.
Previous owner also a friend and seldom ride. Bought it on impulse at that moment.
Bike is well taken care of with regular washing/poslishing and just done it's servicing.
A fully stock bike, without any mods.
Buy and ride with confidence without any worries of breaking down.
Instead of getting a first hand bike, why not get this at a lower price with such mint condition
Refer to pic for the beauty of this bike.
New bike was selling at 9k+ at that time.
Price asking is only 4.5K (nego abit)
It's like 50% cheaper from first hand. Not sure how much selling now though.
More specs over here for interested parties; http://www.bikez.com/motorcycles/megelli_sportbike_125r_2011.php
Please contact 9004 seven74 four for viewing . Preferbly Jurong area. Other places can be arranged to suit each convenience.
No obligation on viewing and just contact him over any matters for this bike. Don't feel shy
P.S. Owner gave me wrong info on mileage and unable to change the header. Sorry for ppl that was mislead. nevertheless, it's still a very well taken care of bike.
Bike: Aprilia RS125 (03)
Registered date: Dec 2003
COE till : Dec 2013
Regular servicing: Engine Oil, Spark Plug, Carb tuning + wash. (37motoring, ah seng)
Recent servicing on: 03 Jun 2013
Full overhaul (with receipt): 27 Oct 2012 (37motoring, ah seng)
Paintwork/ condition: 8/10 (with slight cosmetic damages)
Well taken care of, accident free, always under cover.
Price: Looking at $2.5k nego (full overhauled with receipt, done up)
Buyer pays for transfer
- Dellorto 34mm Carb + stock 28mm Carb
- K&N open pod Filter + stock air box
- Pivot Raizin voltage stabilizer + grounding wires
- Motovation bar ends
- New starter motor
- Others, stock OEM parts
- New OEM front fork
- New Arrow full system exhaust + original exhaust(with receipt)
- New Polini engine block w piston (with receipt)
2T used: Motul 710
Tires used: Michelin pilot power (front 120, rear 150)
Overhauled parts includes (with receipt) by 37 motoring ah seng:
- Con rod
- Oil Seal
- Balancing gear
Hey anyone can tell me where to appeal for NEA fine for too much smoke for Bike?
I am riding Kawasaki KR 150 however since I got the bike until now i only Service it and recently just overhaul it. This morning I went JB to pump petrol however on the way back there was a Jam so I off my bike for quite some
time then when I am going exit the NEA guy called me over then say my bike have too much smoke which I see is average. Furthermore my Bike is full stock and still running in, He did not even use device to measure my smoke
and straight away give me a fine. Any advice???
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