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Any idea where to change signal light ? roughly how much will it cost ? My rear signal broke off

 

I changed mine before at ah seng for 10 bucks each. But I think you can go to any bikeshop and they should have it. Those are the aftermarket ones though. If you want the original stock signal lights, I think they cost like 40 per piece, and breaks every now and then...

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I changed mine before at ah seng for 10 bucks each. But I think you can go to any bikeshop and they should have it. Those are the aftermarket ones though. If you want the original stock signal lights, I think they cost like 40 per piece, and breaks every now and then...

 

can those pass inspection, those $10-$12 each

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Kawasaki KIPS -> 2010 ~ 2014

Aprilia RS125(09) -> 2014 ~ 2017

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I changed mine before at ah seng for 10 bucks each. But I think you can go to any bikeshop and they should have it. Those are the aftermarket ones though. If you want the original stock signal lights, I think they cost like 40 per piece, and breaks every now and then...

 

Alright thanks a lot will go down ah seng later to ask ! thanks

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can those pass inspection, those $10-$12 each

 

I just passed mine 3 weeks ago. I'm using those 10 bucks one for all 4 of my signal lights. The inspecting officer did ask me to change to a bigger signal light though, so if u wanna be absolutely safe, can spend more on the bigger ones, but I doubt they will fail you just becuz of that.

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I just passed mine 3 weeks ago. I'm using those 10 bucks one for all 4 of my signal lights. The inspecting officer did ask me to change to a bigger signal light though, so if u wanna be absolutely safe, can spend more on the bigger ones, but I doubt they will fail you just becuz of that.

 

Lucky you, they can fault you if they want if its after market LED

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Kawasaki KIPS -> 2010 ~ 2014

Aprilia RS125(09) -> 2014 ~ 2017

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Hey guys,

 

I'm collecting my Aprilia later from direct seller. Anyone stay near Yishun? Looking for someone can help me check the on bike before I make any payment. Btw I'm new to the bike and I have 0% knowledge.

 

Pm me thanks guys :)

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Hey guys,

 

I'm collecting my Aprilia later from direct seller. Anyone stay near Yishun? Looking for someone can help me check the on bike before I make any payment. Btw I'm new to the bike and I have 0% knowledge.

 

Pm me thanks guys :)

 

@Alexie, go other shops test ride them first and ask anything u want over there.

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Ride Defensively; always.

 

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Kawasaki KIPS -> 2010 ~ 2014

Aprilia RS125(09) -> 2014 ~ 2017

Class BB2ADC - NOV2016

Suzuki DRZ -> 2017 ~ 2018

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its been long since i logged in and my this thread is still alive..... nice to know and see many new and old aprilians still around...

watch out when a gush of wind passes you like a tornado..... all you will see my taillight...%5Bimg%5Dhttp%3A//i.imgur.com/WYrVd.jpg[/img]

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When I throtter it stuck at 5000-6000 rpm and couldn't go up. At gear 6 it stuck at 80-90kmph .

Went to unique motor they said is my power valve got problem need order so ething which cost 400-500$ idoubt is so expensive right to fix it ?

Anybody got ah seng phone number ?

 

Hi, what did ah seng say about your problem? What was the cause? Seems like a friend of mine is having the exact same symptom.

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When I throtter it stuck at 5000-6000 rpm and couldn't go up. At gear 6 it stuck at 80-90kmph .

Went to unique motor they said is my power valve got problem need order so ething which cost 400-500$ idoubt is so expensive right to fix it ?

Anybody got ah seng phone number ?

 

i wont recommend rs125 to go Unique, they dont have the specialties in RS

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Kawasaki KIPS -> 2010 ~ 2014

Aprilia RS125(09) -> 2014 ~ 2017

Class BB2ADC - NOV2016

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Hi Aprilia Bros,

 

Are there any RS 125 groups that are still active? Or any new riders out here? Thinking of having some riding / makan sessions on one of these nights. Hit me up at 83816761 if anyones interested. Cheers bros :cool:

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Hi Aprilia Bros,

 

Are there any RS 125 groups that are still active? Or any new riders out here? Thinking of having some riding / makan sessions on one of these nights. Hit me up at 83816761 if anyones interested. Cheers bros :cool:

 

 

 

One new rider here. :D Hi.

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One new rider here. :D Hi.

 

Nice to know that there are still new RS125 riders around :D Lets wait for more replies and see if we can schedule a riding session :thumb:

 

Anyways, Radsan Speed Shop is a specialist in Aprilia RS 125. You can give him a try. Nice guy who knows his thing.

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