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Originally posted by Custom@Oct 30 2006, 09:40 AM

here comes the Suan King !!I post liao! I post liao!

 

Come to think of it, I lose to our Tong King.. the way he tong the suan is

till now, still waiting for Penang trip...

Suan King Arrow Big Big :gun:

 

Firing Rounds Everywhere ......

:gun:

 

The Penang Trip ah ...... Go there only have Penang Laska and come back ma ....

Must have Shopping Trips .... LOOK SEE LOOK SEE TRIP .... Picture Taking Everywhere Trip ....

 

:cheeky:

Dont Think ... FEEL the Wind ,Safety is always the first !

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Originally posted by Custom@Oct 30 2006, 09:40 AM

till now, still waiting for Penang trip... :weep:

Bro, dun need to wait lah...

See when "LED" project finish, we can ride to Penang and test... :smile:

Someone test HID test till Thailand, LED smaller halfway will do... :cheeky:

mctan

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Originally posted by mctan+Oct 30 2006, 09:33 AM-->
QUOTE (mctan @ Oct 30 2006, 09:33 AM)
Guys,

 

ANyone interested in a 4d3n ride ard the period of 24-dec to 31-dec.

 

Details for those going:

You can expect that it will bring u up almost the entire length and width of M'sia with a majority of roads out of the NSH. Probably not as relaxing as the usual 20/20, 40/40 nor will it promise the binging sessions that PFF is known for. BUt modest accomodations and food is but of course. This ride is about why i, and many fellow riders, love about riding, to soak up the sceneries and the many curves that the roads ahead brings up...

 

Date is open at this point, to accomodate to the majority of the riders going, but it will almost certainly be within the period.

 

A show of hands who's keen??

 

1) Jleo

2) Julius(STX)

3) Beebee(maybe riding)

 

Keen but pending

1) bats n wife (coz I no more driving cab just change new job)

2) mctan ( Hopefully no "mission" during this period)

 

Final details will be confirmed nearer to date. [/b]

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ok... now kenna press by member to post...

 

Date: 19 Nov Sun

location: Malacca

Day: 1 day only

Meeting: petronas 2nd link

Time: TBA

Purpose: PFF, free and easy.

Back: around 8-9pm (I hope )

 

Buggers going:

1. custom

2. bats (auto insert)

3. mctans (auto insert) coz u mentions 200/200

4. vtec666 (auto insert)

5. blackangle (auto insert)

6.

7. silverghost

8.

 

Buggers thinking of going:

1.

2.

We will be going to Kluang for breakfast, Malacca for some fun cum lunch then see how... depends on members behavoir...ha,ha,haa!

 

Silverghost...o_O

DIvErTeD SpiRit...

 

ThE SpIrIt StIlL LiVeS On "Diversion XJ9s"

 

safe riding yOu BuGgErs

 

... SiLvErGhOsT...

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TO BUGGERS,

who are interested to get tyres~ here are some speed rating tips. Can be use this guide for both cars and bikes.

 

Speed Rating

It is IMPORTANT that you check your speed rating before buying your tyres - as choosing a lower tyre speed rating could effect your bike handling e.g. no grips, slippery- at higher speeds

 

The tyre speed rating (i.e. S) is the maximum speed for which the tyre is rated. For example, the S rating identifies speeds up to 180 kmh.

 

Speed ratings are based on scientific tests where the tyre is run at speeds in 9.92 kmh steps in 10 minute increments until the required speed has been met.

 

You will find your speed rating on the side of your tyre at the end of a series of numbers - as follows:

 

160/55 R17 91W

 

 

 

Speed Rating-Kilometers/Hour

N /140

P /150

Q /160

R /170

S /180

T /190

Speed Rating-Kilometers/Hour

U / 200

H / 210

V / 240

Z / 240+

W /270

Y /300

 

 

Silverghost...o_O

DIvErTeD SpiRit...

 

ThE SpIrIt StIlL LiVeS On "Diversion XJ9s"

 

safe riding yOu BuGgErs

 

... SiLvErGhOsT...

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Originally posted by Dahun@Oct 30 2006, 08:53 PM

Like to go Gerik, heard there is a nice route for biker.:cheer: :cheer: :cheer:

 

Suggest to start ride @ 26/12 and back to SG @ 29/12 or 30/12 to avoid holiday......:cheeky:

bro Dahun,

wow, welcome to join in the trip, anyway quite a good suggestion.

XJ900s Diversion

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TO BUGGERS,

who are interested to get tyres~ here are some speed rating tips. Can be use this guide for both cars and bikes.

 

Speed Rating

It is IMPORTANT that you check your speed rating before buying your tyres - as choosing a lower tyre speed rating could effect your bike handling e.g. no grips, slippery- at higher speeds

 

The tyre speed rating (i.e. S) is the maximum speed for which the tyre is rated. For example, the S rating identifies speeds up to 180 kmh.

 

Speed ratings are based on scientific tests where the tyre is run at speeds in 9.92 kmh steps in 10 minute increments until the required speed has been met.

 

You will find your speed rating on the side of your tyre at the end of a series of numbers - as follows:

 

160/55 R17 91W

 

 

 

Speed Rating-Kilometers/Hour

N /140

P /150

Q /160

R /170

S /180 170kg

T /190

Speed Rating-Kilometers/Hour

U / 200

H / 210 325kg

V / 240 236kg

Z / 240+

W /270 365kg

Y /300

 

 

Juz to add something that is not normally found.

I don't hv all the list like uncle SG.

These are the some that I'm keep it for my referance. :smile:

Take note that higher the speed more $$ n less life span the tire.

The weigth is for one tire max support.

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å¯å–œçš„是它ä¸éœ€è¦é‡ä¾†.

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Hey guys,

 

I have just changed my tires yesterday at Old Southern Motors... Michellin Pilot Road ZR17...front 120/60/17, rear 160/60/17... 1 set for S$300 + balancing...:thumb:

 

It is manufactured in '06 and it can take up to 270km/hr (according to SG's list)

 

The reason why i change so fast is bcos my tires hit a sharp object on sunday and went flat...repaired it with tire repair kit but i don't feel safe riding with that "worm" stuck in the tire...so decided to change for safety sake. Anyway my tires are going soon....so might as well change it.

 

Tried my tires yesterday and today... :thumb: :cheer:

 

I would recommend it...performs like BT020...but i guess it would have a shorter lifespan than BT020 (according to Custom Pte Ltd) :cheeky:

Yamaha Diversion XJ900

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T-Shirt List (*ammendment)

Left : AK47leh ,Scudz,Palary & Haron (Cash prefered: Bats)

 

Heyrull

> Bro,seems so quiet nowadays.Thought your PC is alive already? Testing 1 time then PC explode again issit?:goodluck: Joking ah bro..

 

Swift

>How is it like on wet road? Now rainy season,careful since it's a new tyre:thumb:

Since some of us are talking about Speed Rating,which type of it is yours?Might wanna share....cos prices may vary on the speed rating rite....

The Road-Sweeper

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Hi custom & gang, this is the schedule for pasir gudang, see whether u guys interested to arrange for a day there or not :smile:

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Originally posted by Swift@Oct 31 2006, 10:34 AM

I have just changed my tires yesterday at Old Southern Motors... Michellin Pilot Road ZR17...front 120/60/17, rear 160/60/17... 1 set for S$300 + balancing...

 

Hi Swift,

Pilot is a good tyre and shares the same characteristic as the perilli diablo- soft and have a high wear but a very good grip. Don't play corner alot with that tyre, they bold at the side much faster then the center.(used before on st11)

Pilot series have the new sport touring tyres did you check it out before you change.

Are you using the pilot ACTIV or PILOT road ??

 

Michellin tyres~ no need to balance the tyre already have been balanced and mark at the factory individualy. :smile:

 

BT020 (BT)series can last much longer then the michellin (FYI) if you want a better wear and long lasting- try BT045 for touring ($280 or lesser).

 

Silverghost...o_O

DIvErTeD SpiRit...

 

ThE SpIrIt StIlL LiVeS On "Diversion XJ9s"

 

safe riding yOu BuGgErs

 

... SiLvErGhOsT...

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Originally posted by BlackAngel@Oct 31 2006, 09:24 PM

Swift

>How is it like on wet road? Now rainy season,careful since it's a new tyre:thumb:

Since some of us are talking about Speed Rating,which type of it is yours?Might wanna share....cos prices may vary on the speed rating rite....

I have not tried on wet roads yet...tires so far very :thumb: on dry road...very good grip... as for the ratings... W/270 365kg

 

:thumb:

Yamaha Diversion XJ900

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Guys,

I met one divvy riders on last friay after my prayers. His name is Malik and he is riding a Blue divvy with reg FV 8864. I asked him to join us in our next meet up and he agrees. Actually he is the one that i met along Joo Chiat Road and i forgot to ask for his contact. And now i have already save his hp number in my hp.

 

So any local meet up?

*Live Each Day As If It Was Your Last And You Will Find Each Day Worth Living For*

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Originally posted by Heyrul^77@Nov 2 2006, 12:21 AM

Hi SG,

u do have Kelvin contact right? So, did he know tat we gona have a T-Shirt?

Had inform him liao. :smile:

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Originally posted by Heyrul^77@Nov 2 2006, 12:30 AM

Guys,

I met one divvy riders on last friay after my prayers. His name is Malik and he is riding a Blue divvy with reg FV 8864.

FV 8864, sound familiar... the previous owner should be Nick...

mctan

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Hi guys,

I am back... :smile:

 

 

vtec666,

Dun say dun have, I jio you sunday morning makan Timsum.

 

Date: 5th Nov 06, Sunday

Time: 0700hrs

Meet up at 2nk link GP Petronas

Purpose: Makan Timsum

 

1. Custom

2. Bats

3. mctans

4.

5.

mctan

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Originally posted by mctan@Nov 2 2006, 10:04 AM

Hi guys,

I am back... :smile:

 

 

vtec666,

Dun say dun have, I jio you sunday morning makan Timsum.

 

Date: 5th Nov 06, Sunday

Time: 0700hrs

Meet up at 2nk link GP Petronas

Purpose: Makan Timsum

 

1. Custom

2. Bats

3. mctans

4.

5.

:help: victim of auto-insert :help:

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Originally posted by Heyrul^77@Nov 2 2006, 12:32 AM

Cheeko,

Do we need to be in full gear for the practice? can we use armoured jackets and jeans apart frm our gloves and boots?

Just curious... :confused:

u can bring alone ur pans and pots to cover ur body joints...

hope it helps :cheeky:

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