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hello brudders.. any one of you can reccomend sewa kereta for a p plate? thanks!
bro b4 i got my ride i always rent at this shop. no need put deposit for plate, located at turf city Ace Car telephone Number 64680886.. if u wanna book must call earlier, check out their offer....

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Yup... very quiet recently.

Last few months have been a very bad time financially... so gotta work more.

Kalau ada a need for local deliveries for ur business, do call me.

 

Haha I need brokers for car sales hahaha... bukan apa jadi aku leh concentrate on the paper works and bank application hahaha... Broker dapat car comm for recommending org

Leave the racing in the track

Orlando85

 

My bikes: 1st: Yamaha TZR 2nd: Honda CG 125

3rd: Hasquvana SM 125 4th: Kawa KRR

5th: Yamaha X1 6th: Suzuki GSX 400

7th: Gilera VXR 8th: Suzuki K4 750

9th: Honda CBR150 Now: KTM 200, RX-K

My cars: 1st: Mitsubishi Lancer GLX

Now: Honda Airwave

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What are the requirements and jobscope of a broker?

 

Wah didn't knoe you took it cirusly... nieway since you interested to know more I PM you the details

Leave the racing in the track

Orlando85

 

My bikes: 1st: Yamaha TZR 2nd: Honda CG 125

3rd: Hasquvana SM 125 4th: Kawa KRR

5th: Yamaha X1 6th: Suzuki GSX 400

7th: Gilera VXR 8th: Suzuki K4 750

9th: Honda CBR150 Now: KTM 200, RX-K

My cars: 1st: Mitsubishi Lancer GLX

Now: Honda Airwave

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is der any forums or reviews on proton persona, anyone?

 

Bro you can try this forum.

 

http://www.motortrader.com.my/asp/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=22568&whichpage=3

 

http://www.myklang.com/forum/proton-persona-t-193-2.html

Leave the racing in the track

Orlando85

 

My bikes: 1st: Yamaha TZR 2nd: Honda CG 125

3rd: Hasquvana SM 125 4th: Kawa KRR

5th: Yamaha X1 6th: Suzuki GSX 400

7th: Gilera VXR 8th: Suzuki K4 750

9th: Honda CBR150 Now: KTM 200, RX-K

My cars: 1st: Mitsubishi Lancer GLX

Now: Honda Airwave

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Hi All,

 

aJ Here....are you all still active??

 

I ride but hope to get my ride soon.....:cheers:

 

what kind of charity ride have you all done so far??

 

Nope none so far... You want to organize itzit?

Leave the racing in the track

Orlando85

 

My bikes: 1st: Yamaha TZR 2nd: Honda CG 125

3rd: Hasquvana SM 125 4th: Kawa KRR

5th: Yamaha X1 6th: Suzuki GSX 400

7th: Gilera VXR 8th: Suzuki K4 750

9th: Honda CBR150 Now: KTM 200, RX-K

My cars: 1st: Mitsubishi Lancer GLX

Now: Honda Airwave

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hi alll...

 

Hi to you too and welcome

Leave the racing in the track

Orlando85

 

My bikes: 1st: Yamaha TZR 2nd: Honda CG 125

3rd: Hasquvana SM 125 4th: Kawa KRR

5th: Yamaha X1 6th: Suzuki GSX 400

7th: Gilera VXR 8th: Suzuki K4 750

9th: Honda CBR150 Now: KTM 200, RX-K

My cars: 1st: Mitsubishi Lancer GLX

Now: Honda Airwave

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Baik bro sorry lambat reply! away on a holiday la...

Leave the racing in the track

Orlando85

 

My bikes: 1st: Yamaha TZR 2nd: Honda CG 125

3rd: Hasquvana SM 125 4th: Kawa KRR

5th: Yamaha X1 6th: Suzuki GSX 400

7th: Gilera VXR 8th: Suzuki K4 750

9th: Honda CBR150 Now: KTM 200, RX-K

My cars: 1st: Mitsubishi Lancer GLX

Now: Honda Airwave

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hey guys its been a while since I last came in here (Sept last year to be exact) just wanna get some views from u'all. I have 3 cars in mind

Mitsubishi Lancer GLXi

Kia Cerato Forte

Mazda3 SP

 

Any comments?

 

First of all would you prefer to drive a manual or auto...?

 

My opinions would be:

(in no particular order)

 

1) Mitsubishi Lancer GLX -- If you love to maintain 180km/h on the NS Highway(modification required)

 

2) Cerato Forte -- Great car with updated technology and features. And fuel efficient too. But that again fuel efficiency depends on the driver's right foot.

 

3) Mazda3 SP -- Good car. Fuel abit on a high side.

 

Just my 2 cents opinion bro.. Try to test drive all three and see which one suits you well. Happy choosing bro.

 

p.s. I would choose the Lancer overall cause I love to travel on the NS Highway...

(1)NSR SP 150(FT5726E) (2)RXZ(FP8543S) (3)KRR 150(FU2121P) (4)R6 '05(FY6651D) (5)Getz 1.4A(SGJ575Y) (6)Gilera VXR 200 (FBC4201X) (7)FZ6 S2 (FBD2275R) (8)X1-R (FBB6401C) (9)FZ16 (FBF2411D) (10)FZS1000 (FZ2591P) (11)MT-09

 

Loves a Yammie... It always touches my heart!!!

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hey guys its been a while since I last came in here (Sept last year to be exact) just wanna get some views from u'all. I have 3 cars in mind

Mitsubishi Lancer GLXi

Kia Cerato Forte

Mazda3 SP

 

Any comments?

 

I have personally drive the lancer and the mazda3 for quite some time and i will assume that u are referring to the old mazda 3 sedan, not the 09.

 

the lancer have done much justice in terms of the affordability and the practicality. the boot space is big and the driving comfort is well taken care off,even with the stock suspensions. steering wise, it is light and and it very much delivers power like any 1.6 litre will do. Fuel consumption? it depends how heavy yr foot is. =) modifications? endless as there are various body kits/performance upgrade u can resort to. if u're out for speed with the GLX body, get the 1.8 turbo instead.

 

For the Mazda on the other hand is a very much more squeezey car i shld say for my size. (i'm 1.8m tall) the handling is almost the same as the lancer and the steering is pretty heavier. sadly only comes in auto. it is by far a better looking than the lancer, be it with the body kit or not. Boot space, ok la. so-so. able to fit in pram and some other stuffs.

 

anyways, why lancer GLX? why nt EX?

 

to others who think otherwise about my review, pls share yr constructive thoughts as well. what I have share is just according to my knowledge and experience in the respective cars.

 

And i would have the Mazda for its looks.

lancer too common already la.

 

if u include the lancer 1.8, definitely the 1.8. who would pass on a turbo charged car anyways?

Faster than fast,

Quicker than quick.

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First of all would you prefer to drive a manual or auto...?

 

My opinions would be:

(in no particular order)

 

1) Mitsubishi Lancer GLX -- If you love to maintain 180km/h on the NS Highway(modification required)

 

2) Cerato Forte -- Great car with updated technology and features. And fuel efficient too. But that again fuel efficiency depends on the driver's right foot.

 

3) Mazda3 SP -- Good car. Fuel abit on a high side.

 

Just my 2 cents opinion bro.. Try to test drive all three and see which one suits you well. Happy choosing bro.

 

p.s. I would choose the Lancer overall cause I love to travel on the NS Highway...

 

Thanx for your opinion still thinking whether to get a manual or auto.

 

I have personally drive the lancer and the mazda3 for quite some time and i will assume that u are referring to the old mazda 3 sedan, not the 09.

 

the lancer have done much justice in terms of the affordability and the practicality. the boot space is big and the driving comfort is well taken care off,even with the stock suspensions. steering wise, it is light and and it very much delivers power like any 1.6 litre will do. Fuel consumption? it depends how heavy yr foot is. =) modifications? endless as there are various body kits/performance upgrade u can resort to. if u're out for speed with the GLX body, get the 1.8 turbo instead.

 

For the Mazda on the other hand is a very much more squeezey car i shld say for my size. (i'm 1.8m tall) the handling is almost the same as the lancer and the steering is pretty heavier. sadly only comes in auto. it is by far a better looking than the lancer, be it with the body kit or not. Boot space, ok la. so-so. able to fit in pram and some other stuffs.

 

anyways, why lancer GLX? why nt EX?

 

to others who think otherwise about my review, pls share yr constructive thoughts as well. what I have share is just according to my knowledge and experience in the respective cars.

 

And i would have the Mazda for its looks.

lancer too common already la.

 

if u include the lancer 1.8, definitely the 1.8. who would pass on a turbo charged car anyways?

 

Lancer comes in 1.8? i thought the GLXi comes only in 1.6 and only the EX comes in 1.5 and 2.0.

 

Well thanks for the reviews really appreciate it.

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Thanx for your opinion still thinking whether to get a manual or auto.

 

hmm.. u will wish u had a manual car when u're negotiating a bend, it ables u to be a the right gear at the right time (and also the introduction of engine brakes).

and u will wish u had a auto car to yr convenience whenever u're stuck in a heavy traffic in and out sg.

 

 

Lancer comes in 1.8? i thought the GLXi comes only in 1.6 and only the EX comes in 1.5 and 2.0.

 

Well thanks for the reviews really appreciate it.

 

the 1.8L lancer is the car that mitsubishi and ralliart have come out with. thats why its turbo charged and have ralliart seats, steering etc.

 

how to differentiate btw a normal lancer glx with the ralli art?

take a look at the rear brakes, for the lancer glx, it uses the drum brakes while the ralli-art lancer uses discs. although modifications can be made to change drums to discs, is very rare that one will do.

 

and ouh ya, the ralli art lancer only comes in auto however, no worries if u gt some extra cash in hand. can change to manual transmission only for RM2000. =)

 

here are the links to some of the lancer 1.8 avail in sg.

 

http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.php?ID=39103&DL=1277

 

http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.php?ID=41613&DL=1171

Faster than fast,

Quicker than quick.

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the 1.8L lancer is the car that mitsubishi and ralliart have come out with. thats why its turbo charged and have ralliart seats, steering etc.

 

how to differentiate btw a normal lancer glx with the ralli art?

take a look at the rear brakes, for the lancer glx, it uses the drum brakes while the ralli-art lancer uses discs. although modifications can be made to change drums to discs, is very rare that one will do.

 

and ouh ya, the ralli art lancer only comes in auto however, no worries if u gt some extra cash in hand. can change to manual transmission only for RM2000. =)

 

here are the links to some of the lancer 1.8 avail in sg.

 

http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.php?ID=39103&DL=1277

 

http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.php?ID=41613&DL=1171

 

is there any new rally art lancer glx? if normal lancer,can convert the drum brake to disc brake?

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