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CB250 Nighthawk, Following  

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  1. 1. CB250 Nighthawk, Following

    • Coe sufficient
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    • Lifespan of original parts
    • Flexibility of cheaper parts use
    • Moifying potential
    • Able to use any grade of petrol fuel
    • Potential for 4 rounds of COE
    • Easy to pass inspection
    • Low road tax
    • Daily ride potential
    • Low fuel consumption
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hi all bros and sisters. need help here. im looking for a windshield something like zero gravity kind for my superfour, riding spec 2 btw. currently using GSR predator mask but dun quite like it cos it covers e top portion of my headlight. i like to high beam at taxis, slow moving car road hoggers and lorries etc. hope bros and sisters here can englighten me e place to buy a good windshield.. any recommendations? :cheeky:

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hi all bros and sisters. need help here. im looking for a windshield something like zero gravity kind for my superfour, riding spec 2 btw. currently using GSR predator mask but dun quite like it cos it covers e top portion of my headlight. i like to high beam at taxis, slow moving car road hoggers and lorries etc. hope bros and sisters here can englighten me e place to buy a good windshield.. any recommendations? :cheeky:

 

like GIVI style? I have one. Let me take a pic and let u see if u like it. :)

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do you have like the yamaha rd 350 ones ??

Past to present rides

 

Honda nsr sp 150 pro arm

Honda super4 ver s - yamaha rxz 135

Honda cbr 600 rr

Suzuki hayabusa 1300 - yamaha cygnus 125 - yamaha lc135 spark

Aprilia sr max 300 I.e

 

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pm me the price ....

 

pls do get the original ones as there are fake ones in the market which is heavy ... and does not have proper mounting place

Past to present rides

 

Honda nsr sp 150 pro arm

Honda super4 ver s - yamaha rxz 135

Honda cbr 600 rr

Suzuki hayabusa 1300 - yamaha cygnus 125 - yamaha lc135 spark

Aprilia sr max 300 I.e

 

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like GIVI style? I have one. Let me take a pic and let u see if u like it. :)

 

hey bro u have huh best if u have pics to post cos i went to chong aik and chiap lee website to see dun have. i also went to view inside motoworld website also dun have. cant think of anymore GIVI authorised agents for windshields esp for super4 kind. planning to sell off my predator face mask.. :sian:

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givi authorised dealer now is sporting motors. its at mah. just go to the showroom n look for elyn. price wise, i'm not sure.

Honda Super 4 Ver S: Mar 02 - Sept 05

PGO Gmax 150: Sept 05 - Dec 05

Honda Super 4 Vtec 1: Nov 05 - Apr 07

Suzuki GSR 400: Apr 07 - Dec 09

Yamaha FZ1S: Nov 09 - May 13

Kawasaki GTR 1400: Jan 13 - ??? ??

Yamaha FZ16ST: May 14 - ??? ??

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http://www.mah.com.sg

their website do not have givi site. its advisable to go there n check it out. or give a call.

 

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Honda Super 4 Ver S: Mar 02 - Sept 05

PGO Gmax 150: Sept 05 - Dec 05

Honda Super 4 Vtec 1: Nov 05 - Apr 07

Suzuki GSR 400: Apr 07 - Dec 09

Yamaha FZ1S: Nov 09 - May 13

Kawasaki GTR 1400: Jan 13 - ??? ??

Yamaha FZ16ST: May 14 - ??? ??

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edward, is this something u are looking for?

 

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:clap: i think this one looks nice.. bro how much ure selling.. and wat are e varieties to choose from? u have clear type?

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jason u got clear type for that shield??

BAJAJ Pulsar 180(apr06)-(nov07)

HONDA NSR 150 sp(nov07)-(mar09)

HONDA specIII(mar09)-(dec10)

HONDA wave125(dec10)-(nov12)

YAMAHA rxz135(nov12)-

top speed: TBC

mileage: miles away

Quote: not the fastest bike but the faster rider...

**if iam wrong please correct me, iam only new to this**

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yes pls post some pics and suggestions? looking for one too .

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Hi, i'm looking for Givi A240 - Universal Windshield for my CB400.

Anyone has any idea where to get it ? Thanks.

 

 

Mah...I believe it cause $140...cant really remember...u can check it out if u are really interested.

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Hi guys, anyone knows how I can claim against malaysian vehicle involve in accident with singapore bike. No injuries but tank, left side engine cover and signal light damaged. The driver reversed his truck and hit my bike (S4 VTEC 1). Made police report but traffic police wrote back stating as long as I exchanged particulars with driver and since driver did not make report, they cant do anything. Even bike insurance company said they cant help. Would appreciate if anyone have another way to solve this. Thanks.....

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