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CB250 Nighthawk, Following  

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  1. 1. CB250 Nighthawk, Following

    • Coe sufficient
    • Modding potential
    • Parts availability
    • Plugs change frequency
    • Engine oil type and change frequency
    • 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
    • Ease of maintenance
    • Ease of riding


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Ya, better do a thorough check b4 it costs irreversible damage to ur beloved ride.

May 2005 - July 2007: Honda Phantom TA200 (FU 3*** S)

July 2007 - Dec 2016: Honda CB400 Spec III (FBB 7***X)

Dec 2016 - Aug 2017: Yamaha FZ1N (FBD 4***E)

Aug 2017 - Present: Kawasaki Z1000SX (FBF 6***B)

 

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Any work shop for over heating S4 PB1?? Thx

 

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Class 2B - 26/03/2009

Class 2A - 01/06/2010

Class 3 - 10/07/2009

 

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1) Honda TA150 - 20/04/2009 to 31/08/2014

2) Honda CB400 Ver S - 12/07/2014 to ???

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I went to boon siew to duplicate in the past.

May 2005 - July 2007: Honda Phantom TA200 (FU 3*** S)

July 2007 - Dec 2016: Honda CB400 Spec III (FBB 7***X)

Dec 2016 - Aug 2017: Yamaha FZ1N (FBD 4***E)

Aug 2017 - Present: Kawasaki Z1000SX (FBF 6***B)

 

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Hi All,

I'm from Kuala Lumpur and currently riding spec 2. I've a big problem. I 've lost my keys. Is there any way I can get the new set with the new HISS ? For those who has duplicated the keys at boon siew, do they need anything other than the keys? Please share cos I'm hardly find any shop that can replace \ re-create the key here in Kuala Lumpur..thanks for the replies.

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Hi, i plan to duplicate it in the next few days, from the old post it can be done at few major bike shop and it cost around $50 to $80 per key, that was based on few years back. I asked a key shop at JB and it cost RM800, crazily trying to cut throat!

 

What i know is, if you lost both of your keys, that's the worst case scenario, you need to change the motherboard and new set of keys, if not mistaken it cost more thank $500 or more. If you still have a spare key, you can duplicate it but there are a limit you can duplicate, not sure S4 i think is 8 but for example Suzuki bike is 4(2 orginal + 2 duplicate) only.

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Hi All,

I'm from Kuala Lumpur and currently riding spec 2. I've a big problem. I 've lost my keys. Is there any way I can get the new set with the new HISS ? For those who has duplicated the keys at boon siew, do they need anything other than the keys? Please share cos I'm hardly find any shop that can replace \ re-create the key here in Kuala Lumpur..thanks for the replies.

 

Many years back I rode my bike there plus the key. $60 then if I didn't remember wrongly. The tech there brought the blank key to another place to cut it.

May 2005 - July 2007: Honda Phantom TA200 (FU 3*** S)

July 2007 - Dec 2016: Honda CB400 Spec III (FBB 7***X)

Dec 2016 - Aug 2017: Yamaha FZ1N (FBD 4***E)

Aug 2017 - Present: Kawasaki Z1000SX (FBF 6***B)

 

Boono :cool:

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I've got a 2006 spec3 bold or just had the carbs cleaned and a new battery .noticed lately when vtec starts the bike kinda of hesitates and shutters then clears up and runs fine .i also noticed it happens more often after the bike warms up .not sure if it's a electrical problem or carb related any insight on this type of problem will be helpful to me in diagnosing the problem thanks

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