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Originally posted by joeizdaman@Apr 13 2005, 06:07 PM

hahaha the KDX days... miss em bikes dudz. Does whatever i want whenever i want but gets cranky after 3 months cos of the KIPS.

yup....wen u feel bo liat after dragging..dan u will shout "wat the f##", ther's goes ur valve..

 

anywy ride pass bendemeer road ... saw a few shop wif DRZ-sm liao...

 

beri chio , btw looks like yellow color is nicer dan the E series one.

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Hi guys, i'm getting my 2A soon and i'm thinking of getting the DRZ SM. How much would the insurance cost for a 30yr old rider like myself? As for petrol consumption, how fuel economic is the DRZ SM and availability of parts? Planning to get a brand new bike next month.

 

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it is about 300+ for 3rd party fire and theft

 

bike is pretty low consumption, ultimately, depend on how u

rev and ride the bike

 

good luck for ya new ride

 

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and i think NTUC insurance accept the dr z400 sm insurance. not like s4 unless u know someone inside or an agent willing to help u to appeal.

 

juz curious. let's say i get my 2a now then buy the bike......can i still carry over the ncd(no claim discount) from my previous insurance from the same insurance company i.e Ntuc ?

 

think tpft(third party fire and theft) should be a safer option for a new bike.

 

sorrie for all these newbies questions....

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Cannot carry over ncd.

 

Each time you buy a new bike, the ncd starts from 0%, then 10% the following year and 20% the year after that.

 

Hmm, is this a sign of bad luck or what, I got pulled over yesterday on my virgin ride. Didn;t gt a ticket cos I still running-in the engine.

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Originally posted by chris 525@Apr 21 2005, 09:25 AM

Cannot carry over ncd.

 

Each time you buy a new bike, the ncd starts from 0%, then 10% the following year and 20% the year after that.

 

Hmm, is this a sign of bad luck or what, I got pulled over yesterday on my virgin ride. Didn;t gt a ticket cos I still running-in the engine.

i think u r wrong...it goes by name, as long the NCD is from bike side u can...

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yup pls do let us know ... also ask them if i got 50% NCD can I use it for all 3 bikes? or is it one bike only? if only one bike, can i split the ncd into 3 eg. 20 / 15 / 15? :confused:

 

:help: been paying thru my nose ... and its starting to bleed badly ... :faint:

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Hmm, is this a sign of bad luck or what, I got pulled over yesterday on my virgin ride. Didn;t gt a ticket cos I still running-in the engine.

 

maybe the cop wanna see ya new bike lah

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Originally posted by rookie517@Apr 21 2005, 10:48 AM

maybe the cop wanna see ya new bike lah

i think ur 'good friend on da road' see u doing run-in give u chance......

 

 

thanks for the info on the ncd and the insurance of the tpft(third party fire and theft) :sweat:

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just wondering... when buying a new bike what is the common practice of running in the engine? what kind of speed the bike is ridden in and the duration? i'm not too sure about this but my idea of running in the engine is it's more of like less revving and travelling more at a constant of 60km/h to 70km/h. practically it's no whacking of bike for daily riding of about 1 month?

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Originally posted by bugo@Apr 21 2005, 08:37 PM

just wondering... when buying a new bike what is the common practice of running in the engine? what kind of speed the bike is ridden in and the duration? i'm not too sure about this but my idea of running in the engine is it's more of like less revving and travelling more at a constant of 60km/h to 70km/h. practically it's no whacking of bike for daily riding of about 1 month?

If your bike got a rev counter then it is easy, during the run-in period don't exceed (eg 5000 rpm) a certain number of revs in any gear.

 

But if no rev meter, then dont exceed 1/2 throttle for first 800km, then 3/4 throttle for next 800km.

 

When running in, use bike as normal, exercising the gears in all possible revs.

Don't run the bike at a constant speed for a prolonged period because that does not help the run-in process.

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Originally posted by chris 525@Apr 21 2005, 09:00 PM

If your bike got a rev counter then it is easy, during the run-in period don't exceed (eg 5000 rpm) a certain number of revs in any gear.

 

But if no rev meter, then dont exceed 1/2 throttle for first 800km, then 3/4 throttle for next 800km.

 

When running in, use bike as normal, exercising the gears in all possible revs.

Don't run the bike at a constant speed for a prolonged period because that does not help the run-in process.

in that case, can drop gears frequently? kinda a bit afraid to do that on a bike sometimes what more on a new one.... hahaha scared piston jam ... hahaha yes yes i'm weird...

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Originally posted by sharkill@Apr 21 2005, 10:53 PM

in that case, can drop gears frequently? kinda a bit afraid to do that on a bike sometimes what more on a new one.... hahaha scared piston jam ... hahaha yes yes i'm weird...

When you drop gear, then you should make sure you match the engine revs to the gear before releasing the clutch.

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and there's the TT motortune's method......wack hard on 2nd 3rd 4th gear and use engine brake. repeat and rinse for 32miles.....roughly 51klicks. then change engine oil. use those silkolene halvoline dun use those synthetic for the time being.

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it'll be interesting... wonder whether the new xr4 motard will be using same parts as the current xr4s... is the drz400sm parts relatively the same as those from drz400 e or s? quite interested in getting one...since someone said there's shops offering at 13.3k otr with 4.5% per annum interest... most likely need to hire purchase it...

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