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Ahh... What a downpour this noon DIY.... Caught in the rain...

 

Nice DIY session, but guess i didnt get the point that its a DIY session not a gathering / discussion lol

Had assume that it might be hold by some old timer with the passion of aprilia, turn out to be all P.plates gathering learning to DIY.

 

Asked if rock oil is still good but got replied no sure never use before... haiz... Rock oil used to be so famous.. Surprise by one of them using pen-knife to clean the valve.. and i assume sand paper is the proper item to get rid of the carbon so as not to damage it...

 

No offence... nice session... safe ride

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Ahh... What a downpour this noon DIY.... Caught in the rain...

 

Nice DIY session, but guess i didnt get the point that its a DIY session not a gathering / discussion lol

Had assume that it might be hold by some old timer with the passion of aprilia, turn out to be all P.plates gathering learning to DIY.

 

Asked if rock oil is still good but got replied no sure never use before... haiz... Rock oil used to be so famous.. Surprise by one of them using pen-knife to clean the valve.. and i assume sand paper is the proper item to get rid of the carbon so as not to damage it...

 

No offence... nice session... safe ride

 

non taken my friend, it would have been a discussion if u didnt juz sit there n not say anything save for "anyone use rock oil be4"... if u think its tt gd dan try it n post a review. to me(normal road going individual) different oils dun really make a diff, ur juz paying extra 4 e branding. if it feels smooth enuff y bother changing... do u really need to feel e diff?

 

there r many ways to clean a valve, sandpaper, penknife, brake fluid etc etc. to each his own. i can vary e amount of pressure i put scrapping off e carbon wif e penknife instead of blindly sandpapering away both e carbon n protective layer of coating on a valve. its alot easier n faster too... i dunno, i guess u become more sensitive abt these when u DIY.

 

i guess it was a wasted trip 4 u since u did'nt get e answers u wanted, well try joining e outings next time, there'll definately b people hu have tried more brands of gear oil.

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non taken my friend, it would have been a discussion if u didnt juz sit there n not say anything save for "anyone use rock oil be4"... if u think its tt gd dan try it n post a review. to me(normal road going individual) different oils dun really make a diff, ur juz paying extra 4 e branding. if it feels smooth enuff y bother changing... do u really need to feel e diff?

 

there r many ways to clean a valve, sandpaper, penknife, brake fluid etc etc. to each his own. i can vary e amount of pressure i put scrapping off e carbon wif e penknife instead of blindly sandpapering away both e carbon n protective layer of coating on a valve. its alot easier n faster too... i dunno, i guess u become more sensitive abt these when u DIY.

 

i guess it was a wasted trip 4 u since u did'nt get e answers u wanted, well try joining e outings next time, there'll definately b people hu have tried more brands of gear oil

 

always so composed. thumbs up

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Thank you Felix for the DIY today and all the rest who helped me to resolve the problem with my bike at the end of the DIY. Appreciate the teachings and help. Picked up useful skills and knowledge during the DIY.

 

But I am upset that somehow my watch in my bag went missing. Argh.

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Thank you Felix for the DIY today and all the rest who helped me to resolve the problem with my bike at the end of the DIY. Appreciate the teachings and help. Picked up useful skills and knowledge during the DIY.

 

But I am upset that somehow my watch in my bag went missing. Argh.

 

nice bike u got there yeah!! yup2 well said bro, gd to hear from u...so sory bout ur watch went missing...or did u miz place it?

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nice bike u got there yeah!! yup2 well said bro, gd to hear from u...so sory bout ur watch went missing...or did u miz place it?

 

Thanks! More or less is already done up by previous owner. Not very sure, I'm thinking whether it had slipped out when I was riding. Oh well, just my luck.

 

Anyway, hope to see you guys another time soon. Cheers!

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Thank you Felix for the DIY today and all the rest who helped me to resolve the problem with my bike at the end of the DIY. Appreciate the teachings and help. Picked up useful skills and knowledge during the DIY.

 

But I am upset that somehow my watch in my bag went missing. Argh.

 

no probs bro, n yea, i agree wif faz. u got an awesome ride. juz keep it nicely maintained n u'll have crazy performance to enjoy. next thing u wanna pick up would b tuning... u already have all e necessary to keep u in control, time to unleash e beast!

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hey guys.

hw much is e head fairing for rs125,n where cn i get it.

n where do i find parts for this bike.

 

which model of rs125 has restriction?

thx

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Awesome DIY session just now. Thanks to every single one there cause in some way or another you guys help me :D Also thanks to FazAnuwar for helping of putting the air box screws properly. That is such a ***** to put back heh :D

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Asked if rock oil is still good but got replied no sure never use before... haiz... Rock oil used to be so famous.. Surprise by one of them using pen-knife to clean the valve.. and i assume sand paper is the proper item to get rid of the carbon so as not to damage it...

 

If u read properly theres a recent post by bro sub zero stating his bad experience with rock oil.

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Awesome DIY session just now. Thanks to every single one there cause in some way or another you guys help me :D Also thanks to FazAnuwar for helping of putting the air box screws properly. That is such a ***** to put back heh :D

 

Hey bro, no worries!! Afterall it's bout team work. It's my nature to help..cheers bro!! It was an awesome day till the cops came...hehe!! It was fun!! Nice to knw u bro....hope to see u on our meetupz session soon!!

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Hey bro, no worries!! Afterall it's bout team work. It's my nature to help..cheers bro!! It was an awesome day till the cops came...hehe!! It was fun!! Nice to knw u bro....hope to see u on our meetupz session soon!!

 

aiya, wat to do? someone decided to c if his valve was opening... lol

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aiya, wat to do? someone decided to c if his valve was opening... lol

 

lol, was that someone the one who always complains his bike is this and that? Tall, beardy guy who is quite rude?

 

Sorry Feelicks I couldn't make it yesterday, didn't have your phone number so I asked Vik to pass the message. Hope he did!

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Cannnn. Rental fee is S$20. :D

 

Speaking of supermoto and like things, I am heading up to Tristan Park in Johor (tristangroup.com) on 3 July to try my hand at dirt biking. I'll GoPro the ride and post it here and see if I can entice you and Vik (and anyone else who is keen) to join me next time. :D

 

Evil guy! :) Raj, I'm keen to try out this Tristan Park event sometime in the future. I have exams coming up very shortly, and will be busy. Maybe we can plan a trip with some of the other guys. I'm looking forward to your video!

 

Guys, any differences between Arrow and Gianelli exhaust?

 

Yes, the brand name. :)

 

Ahh... What a downpour this noon DIY.... Caught in the rain...

 

Nice DIY session, but guess i didnt get the point that its a DIY session not a gathering / discussion lol

Had assume that it might be hold by some old timer with the passion of aprilia, turn out to be all P.plates gathering learning to DIY.

 

Asked if rock oil is still good but got replied no sure never use before... haiz... Rock oil used to be so famous.. Surprise by one of them using pen-knife to clean the valve.. and i assume sand paper is the proper item to get rid of the carbon so as not to damage it...

 

No offence... nice session... safe ride

 

Nothing wrong with P platers learning to DIY. I've owned my bike since 2005 and I dont know much about DIY. I take my hats off the chaps who organised this and went ahead with it. That shows their passion. You dont have to be an old timer to show your passion. In any case, what's your obsession with Rockoil? Are you being sponsored by them? If Rockoil is so famous las time, then you can go ahead and start using it. Everyone has their own preference, and you seem partial to Rockoil so go ahead with that then. :)

 

If u read properly theres a recent post by bro sub zero stating his bad experience with rock oil.

 

He's blind. When are you doing your top job? :)

 

Hi Aprilia riders,

 

We are looking for moderators for our new Aprilia Riders Club Forum.

 

Those interested in applying, kindly PM me the following details:

 

1. Your real name

2. Your forum nick to be registered at the ARC Forum

3. Which forum sections or threads you'd like to moderate

4. Why do you want to be a mod there and why do you think you'll do a good job (100-150 word essay)

 

Thank you.

 

Woooooo... I cant wait.

 

Btw, guys, I've taken the plunge and posted in the ARC forum. I hope you can support our own personal forum and start posting there. We have more freedom to speak there. Hehe. So please, follow my lead guys! I look forward to seeing all your questions and input there.

 

Link for you direct to the Talk Co*K thread.

 

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aiya, wat to do? someone decided to c if his valve was opening... lol

 

Wait!!! Is it that same guy who wanted to check his valve opening at Law's place?? Hehe. Chris loves that guy!

 

lol, was that someone the one who always complains his bike is this and that? Tall, beardy guy who is quite rude?

 

Sorry Feelicks I couldn't make it yesterday, didn't have your phone number so I asked Vik to pass the message. Hope he did!

 

Sorry bro, I got drenched after my 1st tuition yesterday, so didnt go for the DIY. :( Sad I missed it!

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He's blind. When are you doing your top job?

 

Was supposed to do it during the weekend but i was down with a horrible fever. Cant rmb the last time i was that sick. Spent the whole of friday and saturday sleeping. I didnt even shower. lol.

 

Anyway i should be doing it this coming wkend. Cant wait to ride!

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On my fourth spark plug. getting really expensive to change plugs every week.

have set the clip to the top slot to decrease fuel in the pilot circuit. should I down size the pilot jet or go on a hotter plug like ngk8 that restricted models use?

 

Lastly does idle screw affects the whole tuning? My idle speed is at 1.2 so I'm assuming its ok

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Where to find first hand rs,other dan HLC n Mah?

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Class BB2BDC - 11AUG2010

Kawasaki KIPS -> 2010 ~ 2014

Aprilia RS125(09) -> 2014 ~ 2017

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Suzuki DRZ -> 2017 ~ 2018

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Hi guys, selling a brand new, never used, Aprilia RSV4 full titanium evolution race exhaust system with titanium canister (not road legal). Special price of $3,100 (Retail 3,530). Pls call 9780 7788 if you have any questions.

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