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PGO got a model from T-Rex which is 3 wheeler. selling in the market already.

 

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Honda Super 4 Ver S: Mar 02 - Sept 05

PGO Gmax 150: Sept 05 - Dec 05

Honda Super 4 Vtec 1: Nov 05 - Apr 07

Suzuki GSR 400: Apr 07 - Dec 09

Yamaha FZ1S: Nov 09 - May 13

Kawasaki GTR 1400: Jan 13 - ??? ??

Yamaha FZ16ST: May 14 - ??? ??

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Originally posted by skateboy@Dec 26 2006, 10:29 AM

PGO got a model from T-Rex which is 3 wheeler. selling in the market already.

 

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Bro PGO Brand not popular lah, some prefers Brand names rather than practicality :cheeky:

][][ No point waiting.. if you want something, its best to go get it yourself!!! ][][

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for watever reason it is, just let know that there is something else in the market that is similar to MP3. whether to choose from brand or practical, its up to individual already...

 

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Honda Super 4 Ver S: Mar 02 - Sept 05

PGO Gmax 150: Sept 05 - Dec 05

Honda Super 4 Vtec 1: Nov 05 - Apr 07

Suzuki GSR 400: Apr 07 - Dec 09

Yamaha FZ1S: Nov 09 - May 13

Kawasaki GTR 1400: Jan 13 - ??? ??

Yamaha FZ16ST: May 14 - ??? ??

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Originally posted by duracellb@Dec 26 2006, 11:30 AM

oh really? i'm ill-informed. thanks for telling me. in fact, i first thot this thread is for those scooters for handicap. paiseh.. :sweat:

no prob... its rare to find a 3 wheeler so its ok that u dunno esp if u r not into scoots...

 

the model brembo posted is the one i'm talking about... :smile:

Honda Super 4 Ver S: Mar 02 - Sept 05

PGO Gmax 150: Sept 05 - Dec 05

Honda Super 4 Vtec 1: Nov 05 - Apr 07

Suzuki GSR 400: Apr 07 - Dec 09

Yamaha FZ1S: Nov 09 - May 13

Kawasaki GTR 1400: Jan 13 - ??? ??

Yamaha FZ16ST: May 14 - ??? ??

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Originally posted by Brembo@Dec 26 2006, 11:52 AM

PGO, are we talking about this 3-wheeler?

 

http://www.english.pgo.com.tw/pic/tr3-1.jpg

 

TR3 - 150cc...

 

For Piaggio MP3, actually i have a current thread running...

 

Refer to this below link

 

Piaggio MP3

it's cool that lots of innovation is happening to scooters. the mp3 wowed me like when i first saw the BMW c1 executive.

 

Scooters are really a good form of transportation in singapore.

 

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The PGO TR3 are indeed approved on the E-Way, got some young guys riding those also. Not sure how fast it went to though, the riding style is a bit different :smile:

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Originally posted by WhiteOryx@Dec 26 2006, 12:59 PM

The PGO TR3 are indeed approved on the E-Way, got some young guys riding those also. Not sure how fast it went to though, the riding style is a bit different :smile:

Bro. TR3-150 is indeed approved by the Traffic Police to ride on E-Ways.

 

Some guys tested 120km/h.

 

:smile:

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I'm wondering, those of you who used to frequent JB via Woodlands Causeway, you'll noticed that upon entering into SG customs after exiting from JB (going back SG direction), before reaching the counters, you'll have to go through a narrow lane which has small divider in between. Wondering if the lane is wide enough for MP3 to pass through not... :cheeky:

 

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Oh ya, the lane when entering into JB customs also a bit narrow and also the bike lanes for TOLL as well. Maybe haven't seen the real thing yet, so duno how it's like also... :smile:

I don't blame people who doesn't show courtesy, they just didn't get taught on how to do so.

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Originally posted by recko@Dec 26 2006, 05:59 PM

I'm wondering, those of you who used to frequent JB via Woodlands Causeway, you'll noticed that upon entering into SG customs after exiting from JB (going back SG direction), before reaching the counters, you'll have to go through a narrow lane which has small divider in between. Wondering if the lane is wide enough for MP3 to pass through not... :cheeky:

 

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Oh ya, the lane when entering into JB customs also a bit narrow and also the bike lanes for TOLL as well. Maybe haven't seen the real thing yet, so duno how it's like also... :smile:

well, actually if MP3 has a problem passing thru woodlands customs, then it will be a similar prob with my ST and Goldwing as well!

 

guess, 2nd link will be more frenly then.

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Originally posted by Brembo@Dec 26 2006, 06:09 PM

well, actually if MP3 has a problem passing thru woodlands customs, then it will be a similar prob with my ST and Goldwing as well!

 

guess, 2nd link will be more frenly then.

The width of the bike's body is not much of concern actually, it's the 2 front wheels of MP3. For eg, normal 2 wheels definitely can go through a narrow plank inside the driving centres, but MP3 definitely can't from how it's design. So the theory applies the same for the narrow lanes in the customs. But of course they're not as narrow as the narrow planks lah, maybe juz nice for the 2 wheels or maybe the tyre walls will be brushing the kerbs... hehehe... :cheeky:

I don't blame people who doesn't show courtesy, they just didn't get taught on how to do so.

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Originally posted by duracellb@Dec 26 2006, 09:48 AM

brilliant idea! wonder how much it will cost in singapore with that option (what do they call it? hydraulic .. to balance the bike at complete stop)

 

 

What i like about MP3 are the two front wheels i/o two at the rear. yum yum.... :hungry:

 

I certainly hope the japanese can counter the italians with their own versions very near future. Lets pray!

 

Meatime, have attached link here for reading: http://www.viamichelin.com/viamichelin/gbr...piaggio-MP3.htm

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Originally posted by Matthew Tan@Dec 26 2006, 07:26 PM

What i like about MP3 are the two front wheels i/o two at the rear. yum yum.... :hungry:

 

I certainly hope the japanese can counter the italians with their own versions very near future. Lets pray!

 

Meatime, have attached link here for reading: http://www.viamichelin.com/viamichelin/gbr...piaggio-MP3.htm

Oh yah, we can also put a root over with custom side doors maybe, aircon, Lcd tv etc... limitless man.

 

i saw the bare bone verison during piaggio testing phase. COOL MAN!

 

http://www.mp3.piaggio.com/index_eng.html

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The solution? Ride with one wheel up the kerb lah! :cheeky:

Even the smallest spark can start a massive forest fire...

 

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Originally posted by william_liu@Dec 26 2006, 08:26 PM

The solution? Ride with one wheel up the kerb lah! :cheeky:

Idea leh... :cheeky:

I don't blame people who doesn't show courtesy, they just didn't get taught on how to do so.

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