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2T Oil = Fuchs Silkolene Comp 2T/Motul 600

$16-$18

Mobil Racing 2T $19.90

Elf 2T $13

 

Spark Plugs =

 

Transmission Oil = Rock Oil Gear oil

 

Air Filter = (Without the air filter, bike performs better, faster in pickup)

 

Brake Pads =

 

Chain Lube/Wax = Motorex Chain Lube

Motul Chain Lube

 

Tires = Dunlop GPR70 - Very good for apr, but diff to warm up and wearing rate is fast.. Aggressive tyres.. http://www.gobike.com.au/category162_1.htm

 

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sianz y my bike cant open valve.!!! haiz :cry: got valve also like no valve.. :cry:

Ask u go Ah boon u dun wan.. Cant help liao.. Maybe ur valve blocked(is it the right word to use?)..

 

I m using a 'dead valve' now.. Valve broke.. Dunno if i shld change...

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dun play around wif that just get it change

by the way i got a gd friend who is a mechanic his name is achai he used to ride rs125 n currently riding a 250 he n another guy from 1st motor

went over u can get plug n gear cheaper from other shop n he doing things very steady n wif heart wont anyhow do like otherrs bike shop if u intersted call him at 93891111 or if u dun know how to go i can meet u n bring u over call me at 97441678

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Juz got this problem recently, whenever i ride my bike at slow speed or high speed, it seems like my rs125 vibrate a lot whenever the rpm is juz at 3-4k. But after 4k rpm, the vibration is not that much. I'm sure I'm at the right gear at the respective speed. can anyone tell me what's wrong with the bike?

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Juz got this problem recently, whenever i ride my bike at slow speed or high speed, it seems like my rs125 vibrate a lot whenever the rpm is juz at 3-4k. But after 4k rpm, the vibration is not that much. I'm sure I'm at the right gear at the respective speed. can anyone tell me what's wrong with the bike?

Vibrate? Well, i dunno if it's the same prob i and archarrow had encountered.. Is it the kind of jerking effect that feels like ur bike is gonna throw u off??

 

well, I encountered that when i maintained my RPM at ard 5 (below 6).. According to ah boon, it's becoz the flow of petrol is restricted (I forgot wads the thing called... :D ), once ur rpm is above 6, this thingy wont happened.. Now whenever i need to maintain my speed, i keep it above 6rpm to avoid the jerking thingy...

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dun play around wif that just get it change

by the way i got a gd friend who is a mechanic his name is achai he used to ride rs125 n currently riding a 250 he n another guy from 1st motor

went over u can get plug n gear cheaper from other shop n he doing things very steady n wif heart wont anyhow do like otherrs bike shop if u intersted call him at 93891111 or if u dun know how to go i can meet u n bring u over call me at 97441678

Well, discussed it with my mech and he asked if i find a dead one betta or a live one.. frankly speaking, i dunno.. So juz gonna stick with this for the time being.. He mentioned to me that he can help me make the valve permanently open.. He explained to me but still dun really understand him.. But i think the petrol consumption rate is going to be damn fast... :giddy:

 

Ur mech is from where??? :confused:

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Vibrate? Well, i dunno if it's the same prob i and archarrow had encountered.. Is it the kind of jerking effect that feels like ur bike is gonna throw u off??

 

well, I encountered that when i maintained my RPM at ard 5 (below 6).. According to ah boon, it's becoz the flow of petrol is restricted (I forgot wads the thing called... :D ), once ur rpm is above 6, this thingy wont happened.. Now whenever i need to maintain my speed, i keep it above 6rpm to avoid the jerking thingy...

 

That's the flat-spot darling, or in IT terms it's the bottle-neck... :D

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think ah-boon is referring to the CDI restriction

 

hehe the CDI restriction can be removed but i scare wait i did myself then CDI goes wrong then die liao.. haha..

 

Method of how to de-restrict the RS125 CDI to remove the environment dip :

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With a sharp knife, dig out a rectangular hole in the BACK of the CDI (where the silicone is) about 30mm by 10mm in size and about 5-10mm deep. It may take some time to dig the hole out completely because the silicone that's used in the CDI is very strong. Once you've dug out the hole, you'll notice a bit of circuit board, this is commonly known as "the bridge". Using a screwdriver or a pair of pliers, break the bridge. After you've done this, fill the hole you've dug with Silicone, make sure you do it properly so that it's waterproof and no water gets in!. After you've done this, there should be no more environment dip between 5-6,000rpm!!

 

Source : Forget liao, save in my harddisk then forget the source :sweat:

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Ask u go Ah boon u dun wan.. Cant help liao.. Maybe ur valve blocked(is it the right word to use?)..

 

I m using a 'dead valve' now.. Valve broke.. Dunno if i shld change...

 

 

Not that i dun want. i too busy. Some more now exam week. Argh so stress final exam sucks. Mi fail my final no retest of final exam unlike sp still can have a retest on final one more extra chance.. :sweat:

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argh...i'm drooling over the tuono 125... mah claims it'll arrive this month.

shld i or shld i not and wait 9 mths to get a hornet 250.

 

if not i think i'll get a cheapo cbr150 then get the hornet250 after... suggestions?

 

cbr150 = 5k

tuono125 = 11k

Better to be loved, than to hate...

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this baby must be fed with good stuffs man! must bring her go spa regularly..and sauna with her. Both of us are enjoy very much thou..

for me, I use Mobil racing 2t milk to feed my baby... must pampered her nice nice then she will guai guai. FN plate, so far still no problem! and hope no major problem

 

yo ahpeela riders, wanna have a small gathering or outing? go lim kopi....can tok cock and tok abt baby care etc..

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Ah Tee --> Still haf ur valve wif ya? :confused:

 

i do not have my valve wif me, mine is a specially fabricated valve

 

its made of stainless steel which dun break that easily...

 

previously i broke 3 valves one shot n realise there is no point in getting another one as the original one is too weak

 

i source ard n found one place which fabricate stainless steel valves

 

not sure if they still do it.

 

unless u r using a modded milo, no point getting that valve coz that valve open slightly later as its abit heavier, prevously my milo is modded that lets me rev to 12k, so 8.5k to 12k is still something to drag

 

if original milo prolly rev to 10k to 11k then abit no point

 

interested in the stainless steel valve pm me

 

i m not doinf advertising for them coz i dun like them myself,i got no choice then buy from them one

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i do not have my valve wif me, mine is a specially fabricated valve

 

its made of stainless steel which dun break that easily...

 

previously i broke 3 valves one shot n realise there is no point in getting another one as the original one is too weak

 

i source ard n found one place which fabricate stainless steel valves

 

not sure if they still do it.

 

unless u r using a modded milo, no point getting that valve coz that valve open slightly later as its abit heavier, prevously my milo is modded that lets me rev to 12k, so 8.5k to 12k is still something to drag

 

if original milo prolly rev to 10k to 11k then abit no point

 

interested in the stainless steel valve pm me

 

i m not doinf advertising for them coz i dun like them myself,i got no choice then buy from them one

 

hw much does the stainless valve cost??

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Well, discussed it with my mech and he asked if i find a dead one betta or a live one.. frankly speaking, i dunno.. So juz gonna stick with this for the time being.. He mentioned to me that he can help me make the valve permanently open.. He explained to me but still dun really understand him.. But i think the petrol consumption rate is going to be damn fast... :giddy:

 

Ur mech is from where??? :confused:

 

if i am not wrong it mean ur low end will be veri flat no power u can feel ur bike power start to kick in after 8000 rpm if u wan give me a calll

i tell u more

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any 1 wan let go their 1 seater?my friend looking.... :smile:

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anyone with a new rs125? what kind of 2T or gear oil should we feed it with?

 

i know for 4 strokers should be using mineral 4t but for 2 strokers?

I m using mobil 2T gold.. can gif it a try..

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i do not have my valve wif me, mine is a specially fabricated valve

 

its made of stainless steel which dun break that easily...

 

previously i broke 3 valves one shot n realise there is no point in getting another one as the original one is too weak

 

i source ard n found one place which fabricate stainless steel valves

 

not sure if they still do it.

 

unless u r using a modded milo, no point getting that valve coz that valve open slightly later as its abit heavier, prevously my milo is modded that lets me rev to 12k, so 8.5k to 12k is still something to drag

 

if original milo prolly rev to 10k to 11k then abit no point

 

interested in the stainless steel valve pm me

 

i m not doinf advertising for them coz i dun like them myself,i got no choice then buy from them one

 

How much is 1 SS valve?? I m using a mod milo... :smile: interested but need to know the price...

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if i am not wrong it mean ur low end will be veri flat no power u can feel ur bike power start to kick in after 8000 rpm if u wan give me a calll

i tell u more

 

huh?? dun understand.. nvm.. :sweat:

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argh...i'm drooling over the tuono 125... mah claims it'll arrive this month.

shld i or shld i not and wait 9 mths to get a hornet 250.

 

if not i think i'll get a cheapo cbr150 then get the hornet250 after... suggestions?

 

cbr150 = 5k

tuono125 = 11k

 

Wow.. rich.. 5k call cheapo.. Y dun u get a 2nd hand since u'll be upgrading in a yr's time.. I haf a fren who's selling his FS plate y2k.. interested tell me.. :smile:

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