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Originally posted by kongster@Jan 14 2004, 08:55 AM

greetingz

 

when i was riddin my blackbird, i was able to put in 2 sets of raincoats(including the pants), the orginal toolbag, a piece of rag ,a tube of autosol n a can of chain lube.actually it all depends on how u place yr stuffs inside there.

 

 

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Originally posted by kongster@Jan 14 2004, 08:55 AM

greetingz

 

when i was riddin my blackbird, i was able to put in 2 sets of raincoats(including the pants), the orginal toolbag, a piece of rag ,a tube of autosol n a can of chain lube.actually it all depends on how u place yr stuffs inside there.

 

 

cheers n god bless

jem

The best i can do is a set of raincoat, tyre repair kit, toolset and a rag only...

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do u all put anythin directly below e part where we sit? cos tats part goes rather hot during rides n hav those electrical stuff thus i keep all stuff clear fr tat area.

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The church is near, but the road is icy. The bar is far away, but I will walk carefully.

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Originally posted by pai@Jan 14 2004, 03:11 PM

do u all put anythin directly below e part where we sit? cos tats part goes rather hot during rides n hav those electrical stuff thus i keep all stuff clear fr tat area.

I also kept the slot cleared.

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then e only good storage space is right at e back. quite diff to put 2 sets of raincoat. btw lun, i saw u sellin off some bb items u going to sell ur bird?

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The church is near, but the road is icy. The bar is far away, but I will walk carefully.

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Originally posted by pai@Jan 13 2004, 01:50 PM

can roughly describe how u manage tis feat? cos i hav difficulty squeezing in even 1 set of raincoat.

:cheer: dun worry let mi teach u how . roll all ur rain coat tightly then tie wit rubber band then push it all the way to the rear . two rain coat n pants, beside the tools kit on the left side fold ur bike cover nicely flat sure no problem one mi do it that way also

take very gd care for others road user went speeding ./.....////

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hmm...tis weekend clean bike will give it a good try. i cannot believe bike cover also can...i starting to suspect my bb is chiong one... o_O

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The church is near, but the road is icy. The bar is far away, but I will walk carefully.

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Hi guys,

Just wondering about the insurance market for CBR1100XX. I went to Mah today quoted 24+K otr. Insurance at 3K+ per year, ntuc. According to the girl that was the cheapest due to my age...27. So damn expensive. Bike Prod. quoted 21.5K otr. What a huge discrepancy.

 

Anyone got a blackbird recently? Can u give me a rough figure on how much u paid for the bike and insurance and where u got the bike from?

 

Many Thanks

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Hey ppl just got ripped off on a cbr1100xx which had 170000 km on it any how does any one know why the fi light lights up? aNY body sell acessories pls call me 90042781

Beating a Honda is like banging a fat chick. Everyone can do it but who wants to brag about it....

 

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is the mileage to high on my bike its 176000 its a 99 model but very fast i drag with a r1 fs palte i win i need acessories help every where say also dont have or no stck...and is it normal for new tyres on the back bird make extremely perfect cornering u turn a bit the whole bike also turn ....:help:

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cfm u nv add extra zero? if not, 176000 is considered very high for 99 production. but tis bike is meant 4 touring so its built to last i believe. proper maintenance will see it problem free.

anyway win r1 liao y worry? :D :D

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The church is near, but the road is icy. The bar is far away, but I will walk carefully.

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Originally posted by dreams2345@Jan 19 2004, 04:13 PM

Hi guys,

Just wondering about the insurance market for CBR1100XX. I went to Mah today quoted 24+K otr. Insurance at 3K+ per year, ntuc. According to the girl that was the cheapest due to my age...27. So damn expensive. Bike Prod. quoted 21.5K otr. What a huge discrepancy.

 

Anyone got a blackbird recently? Can u give me a rough figure on how much u paid for the bike and insurance and where u got the bike from?

 

Many Thanks

Just wondering does a Bike Manafctured/Registered year shown on the log card for a brand new bike make a difference in price?

 

Bike Production quoted $21.5k, does it include insurance? if it is on the road, the price looks pretty attractive indeed.

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Nope i never add an x tra zero but hte bike sounds solid like the fu plate one fast but the handling very sensitive .. yesterday with a ducati 900 my first gear only i leave him as a small speck on the side mirror he he waiting to test out better compettion any ppl i need ahugger and a bubble visor any lobangs pls help.

 

 

 

P.S What is the FI light for any one......:thumb:

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Originally posted by dreams2345@Jan 19 2004, 04:13 PM

Hi guys,

Just wondering about the insurance market for CBR1100XX. I went to Mah today quoted 24+K otr. Insurance at 3K+ per year, ntuc. According to the girl that was the cheapest due to my age...27. So damn expensive. Bike Prod. quoted 21.5K otr. What a huge discrepancy.

 

Anyone got a blackbird recently? Can u give me a rough figure on how much u paid for the bike and insurance and where u got the bike from?

 

Many Thanks

I bought my 03 XX from Mah last year.

 

I believe the quote of 21.5K includes second or third party insurance.

The quote of 24K includes first party insurance.

 

Mah is the cheapest in Singapore because they are the distributors of Honda.

Name me a shop in Singapore that does not get its XXs from Mah.

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hi birds,

 

on average, how far can ur bird's full tank go b4 e last bar start blinking 4 e digital panel n when e red light comes on 4 e case of e analogue? in other words, til reserve?

 

pai

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The church is near, but the road is icy. The bar is far away, but I will walk carefully.

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Do u guys meet up and ride out or something would be nice to meet up and see everyones bikes i keep getting stuck wif friends who drive they are very slow.....

 

ps anyone been disturb while riding around orchard on the supposed orchard gudang they pissed the hell ou t of me on cny:nono: :nono: :nono:

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Anyone here change their BB to steel brake hose? I was told tat it cost about $800+ to change whole set. Maybe we can find 1 day & mit out to discuss. I bought mine about a year ago cost me abt 9k

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my frens n i were jus discussing bout steel brake hose few days ago...thk its 500+ 4 full set...

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The church is near, but the road is icy. The bar is far away, but I will walk carefully.

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quite expensive.. dun tink will change as its oringal brake already works quite well.

im still wondering how to squeeze the bike cover under the seat:confused:

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Last Rides - Yamaha TZR125

Suzuki DT200R

Honda Super4 VTEC 1

Honda CBR1100xx BlackBird

Kawasaki ZX12R

Yamaha FZ600 Fazer

 

Now - Suzuki Burgman 400

Mitsubishi Colt Version R

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hi birds,

 

wat brake pads u all using? do u all experience a stiff spin of e rear wheel when u change to aftermarket ones n not original?

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The church is near, but the road is icy. The bar is far away, but I will walk carefully.

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Originally posted by pai@Jan 29 2004, 09:21 AM

hi birds,

 

wat brake pads u all using? do u all experience a stiff spin of e rear wheel when u change to aftermarket ones n not original?

Apart from OEM, tried EBC HH only.

Slightly more expensive but definately worth the money.

 

Initally, the pad will be still quite tight i.e resistance on the real wheel but after breaking in the pad, work just as fine.

 

Past experience: After breaking-in the pads, the rear wheel still appeared stiff. Problem solve by having the Caliper serviced and grease. No problem with the front at all.

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