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saw casey stoner at PG today.. should have brought along my digi cam.. he doesnt look so short in real life..

 

i heard after that, he did 1.30.....

 

those tyre-warmers sure came in handy :lovestruck: :lovestruck:

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Dear members,

 

Please kindly make payment of S$25.00 per polo tee. Payment details are as follow:

 

- DBS/POSB Funds Transfer: DBS SAVINGS PLUS 070-0-006815 (Please use your nickname for IB).

- ATM Transfer: Please kindly SMS to inform me before transferring. Do keep all receipts in case of any confusion.

- Once payment is made, please kindly SMS me at 9388-1357 with your nickname, amount transferred and orders.

- Please note that there will be NO replies to all SMS-es. All verified payment, which will only be done by SBF Coordinator, and updates will be done in the thread.

 

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Yan, how much the shiping cost to indonesia..??

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Hi everyone... Just need some info. My R1 2008 has been released to me. Since there is no fuel guage on the bike, may I know how far can I travel on a full tank b4 the fuel light turns on and how many more kilometers can I travel after the light turns on? Hope I can get the info from the experienced R1 bros n sis here. Currently I am in the midst on my running in thus I will subtract a few kilometres off from the figures supplied by u all. Thanx ya..

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sory for those who cannot go into the link dat i pasted yesterday

due to removal from admin, anyway, here is the new link

 

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yo guys, due to urgent need of money, bo bian i have to find lubang n get some cash, if u guys need helmet, i got Yamaha FF, GDR lift up, and Female helmet as well. all helmets are NEW n original. and dun wory, honestly price mark up few bucks only.

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=180492

 

Yo dude, urs is new or old, u state here new, i wanna see leh, if nice i wanna buy, my helmet old liao, but in ya thread is used leh... confuse o_O

 

Btw, i oso selling helmet .. Brand new only 2 wif free rain coat somemore...Grab urs today...

 

 

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=180412

 

 

i heard after that, he did 1.30.....

 

those tyre-warmers sure came in handy :lovestruck: :lovestruck:

 

wasted! i wanted to go too, but overslept :(

 

Regards

Dr Shaun

 

 

handy then buy 1 loh.... :lol:

 

As for Dr Shaunz, told u so Tyræl :lol:

 

 

Dear members,

 

Please kindly make payment of S$25.00 per polo tee. Payment details are as follow:

 

- DBS/POSB Funds Transfer: DBS SAVINGS PLUS 070-0-006815 (Please use your nickname for IB).

- ATM Transfer: Please kindly SMS to inform me before transferring. Do keep all receipts in case of any confusion.

- Once payment is made, please kindly SMS me at 9388-1357 with your nickname, amount transferred and orders.

- Please note that there will be NO replies to all SMS-es. All verified payment, which will only be done by SBF Coordinator, and updates will be done in the thread.

 

Thank you all! :)

 

Wah, Such big order hor, maybe can discuss wif SBF, use part of the profit to make chalet or BBQ... :angel:

 

what about his wife? was he there?

wasted! i wanted to go too, but overslept :(

 

Regards

Dr Shaun

 

Sorry Dr shaunz, u refering to Stoner's wife, if u r then it should be 'She' not he.... :thumb:

 

Hi everyone... Just need some info. My R1 2008 has been released to me. Since there is no fuel guage on the bike, may I know how far can I travel on a full tank b4 the fuel light turns on and how many more kilometers can I travel after the light turns on? Hope I can get the info from the experienced R1 bros n sis here. Currently I am in the midst on my running in thus I will subtract a few kilometres off from the figures supplied by u all. Thanx ya..

 

 

Diff bike got diff petrol consumption rate, use till ya reserve light on then go pump loh.. i guess estimate yaself more accurate rather than listen to pple ba... Enjoy ya Hot ride... :thumb:

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saw casey stoner at PG today.. should have brought along my digi cam.. he doesnt look so short in real life..

 

 

Guess u should have brought along a marker pen better... ask him sign ya suit, helmet , ya bike etc.. then can fetch higher price when u sell them... :angel:

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They say that time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself...

Winners don't do different things.They do things differently...

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[quote=;3900341]Wah, Such big order hor, maybe can discuss wif SBF, use part of the profit to make chalet or BBQ... :angel:

 

Bro ,

 

That's a good idea. You in-charge to organise? Pm me to discuss k?

 

I can speak to forum owner to seek partial or full funding depending on the amount.

 

Can also arrange a mass photo-shoot with the local mag to bring explosure of the YZF riders here in singapore if that's what the members wants.

 

Regards

Andrew

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Bro ,

 

Can also arrange a mass photo-shoot with the local mag to bring explosure of the YZF riders here in singapore if that's what the members wants.

 

Regards

Andrew

 

 

 

we can also arrange a mass-orggy session? how abt that? :p :P

 

can further expose R1 riders.. hehehe

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MALAYSIAN SUPER SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP 2008

Sportbike Cup Championship

TECHNICAL REGULATIONS

APPENDIX 1

 

 

A. GENERAL

 

This Championship is open to all bikes of:

 

1. Up to 249cc two cylinder two stroke engines*

2. Up to 399cc four cylinder four stroke engines

3. Up to 668cc two cylinder four stroke engines

4. Up to 800cc single cylinder four stroke engines

 

Bikes must be in original showroom condition in every detail. Only

changes allowed in “Specific Modifications” would be allowed. Everything

that is not authorised and prescribed in these rules is strictly forbidden

and may merit exclusion.

 

Bikes may be brought up to the latest specification of that particular model.

 

A workshop manual pertaining to the model MUST be produced upon registration for retention by the race organiser.

 

*Certain models are excluded from this race. They include the Honda NSR250 SE and SP (dry clutch), the Yamaha TZR250 RR-SP (dry clutch) and the Suzuki RGV250 SP (dry clutch).

 

B. SPECIFIC MODIFICATIONS

 

1. Engine

 

1. Standard OEM pistons must be used. Pistons that are available as

oversize repair parts in the manufacturer’s part catalogue may be

used. The original number of rings must be retained.

2. Pistons may NOT be modified or lightened.

3. Cylinder heads may NOT be ported or polished.

4. The cylinder barrel may NOT be machined or modified internally.

5. The number and type of cylinder base gaskets are free.

6. The cylinder head may NOT be internally machined or modified.

7. The type of head gasket is free.

8. Compression ratio is free (two strokes ONLY).

9. Ignition advancers are NOT allowed.

10. The spark plug and HT lead are free.

11. Exhausts are free. Exhaust wrapping is NOT allowed.

12. The CDI unit /ignition unit may be modified or changed.

13. The crankshaft and connecting rod may NOT be polished, ligthened or modified.

14. Starter motors (where fitted) MUST be retained. Kickstarters may be removed.

15. The crankcase / gearbox casings, ignition, clutch and generator covers may be protected by additional means, i.e. covers made of stainless steel or carbon kevlar composites.

16. ALL drain plugs and caps MUST be lockwired.

17. Any type of lubricant is allowed.

18. Only WATER to be used in cooling systems. No coolant allowed.

19. A functioning kill switch MUST be fitted on the handlebar.

 

2. Carburetion

 

1. The ORIGINAL carburetor/throttle body may NOT be internally modified.

2. The throttle slide/s, springs, needles and jets are free.

3. The carburettor spacer may NOT be internally modified.

4. Reed valves are free (two strokes ONLY). Reed cages MUST remain standard.

5. The throttle twist grip MUST have self-closing action.

6. Piggyback injection systems such as Power Commanders are allowed.

7. Stand alone injection systems such as Wolf 3D are NOT allowed.

 

3. Gearbox / Clutch

 

1. The internal gearbox ratios must NOT be changed

2. The final drive sprocket and rear wheel sprocket are free in number of teeth and chain size. The chain size must be compatible with the sprockets fitted to the bike.

3. The type (wet/dry) and number of clutch plates must NOT be changed. However the springs and friction material are free.

4. Quickshifters are NOT allowed.

 

4. Chassis / Bodywork

 

1. The original chassis must NOT be altered in any way with the exception of the footrest mountings.

2. Handlebars may be changed provided they are of the same dimensions of the original

3. Fairing, bodywork and mudguards may be replaced with exact duplicates of the original parts. The material may be changed

4. The footrests may be modified or changed.

5. Fitting of non-standard brackets and gear linkage system is permitted.

6. Passenger footrests may be removed.

7. Centre and side stands may be removed.

8. Mudguards may be modified removed or replaced

9. The part of the chassis that holds the seat may be modified to fit a solo race type seat.

10. A duplicate of transparent material of any colour may replace the windscreen.

11. The original combination of instrument and fairing brackets may be replaced.

12. The instruments may be removed.

13. All form of lighting and/or horns may be removed.

14. All lighting not removed MUST be securely taped so as not to allow glass splinters in a crash.

15. Indicators may be removed or otherwise taped.

 

5. Suspension

 

1. The original front forks may be internally modified in any way.

2. The springs and seals are free

3. The type and quantity of oil in the fork tubes is free.

4. Additional fork braces are permitted

5. Rear shock absorbers are free provided they fit on to the original mounting points.

6. Steering dampers are free

 

6. Brakes, Wheels & Tyres

 

1. Brake lining materials are free.

2. Brake hoses and fluids are free.

3. Wheels MUST remain standard specification.

4. Only road legal tyres as permitted by the organisers to be used.

5. Up to 800cc four stroke singles are exempt from the above (Sections 4, 5 and 6) ie. Chassis modifications are free.

 

7. Fuel

 

Only fuel from a pump station is considered legal for usage during the event.

 

8. Competition Number

 

1. An area 1 in front and 1 on each side of the rear seat cowl must be made available for the attachment of competition numbers.

Size : 180mm high by 180mm wide

2. Bikes without fairings must be fitted with 3 number plates of the above dimensions.

3. These plates must be mounted 1 in front and 1 on each side of the Motorcycle.

4. On bikes fitted with fairings, the headlight may be removed and a plate must cover the aperture if removed. All glass area must be taped.

 

 

9. Minimum Weight

 

The weight of the motorcycle without fuel but with oils and coolant must NOT be less than 120kg for a 249cc two stroke twin, NOT less than 140kg for a 399cc four stroke four and NOT less than 150 kg for a 668cc four stroke twin. 800cc four stroke singles do not have a weight limit.

 

Anyone want to join the race..

BIKES:

1999-2000 - Piaggio Vespa PX200

2000-2002 - KTM 200 Egs

2002-2004 - Honda Wave S 125

2004-Now - Kawasaki Krr 150

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Hi everyone... Just need some info. My R1 2008 has been released to me. Since there is no fuel guage on the bike, may I know how far can I travel on a full tank b4 the fuel light turns on and how many more kilometers can I travel after the light turns on? Hope I can get the info from the experienced R1 bros n sis here. Currently I am in the midst on my running in thus I will subtract a few kilometres off from the figures supplied by u all. Thanx ya..

 

depend on ure riding style bro

but so far i guess it normal to reach at 240 than reserve

than after reserve light is on

u can ravel up to 60km

but to paly safe by 30km

u go top up lah

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Bro ,

 

That's a good idea. You in-charge to organise? Pm me to discuss k?

 

I can speak to forum owner to seek partial or full funding depending on the amount.

 

Can also arrange a mass photo-shoot with the local mag to bring explosure of the YZF riders here in singapore if that's what the members wants.

 

Regards

Andrew

 

 

:thumb: idea man

we can also arrange a mass-orggy session? how abt that? :p :P

 

can further expose R1 riders.. hehehe

 

also can lah

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depend on ure riding style bro

but so far i guess it normal to reach at 240 than reserve

than after reserve light is on

u can ravel up to 60km

but to paly safe by 30km

u go top up lah

 

yoz bro yanani, i changed to v-power from malaysia and my mileage went up to 260km before reaching reserve, not once but many times already! haha! maybe u guys can try. i used to pump at esso.

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yoz bro yanani, i changed to v-power from malaysia and my mileage went up to 260km before reaching reserve, not once but many times already! haha! maybe u guys can try. i used to pump at esso.

 

maybe bcause i use after market pipe n pc3?????

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depend on ure riding style bro

but so far i guess it normal to reach at 240 than reserve

than after reserve light is on

u can ravel up to 60km

but to paly safe by 30km

u go top up lah

 

Mine till 220 using V-power. Maybe never top-up to the rim or i whack the bike hard. Hehehehe:cheeky:

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Hi everyone ... thanx for ur inputs pertaining to the fuel consumption of the R1. The reason y I am asking is becos I have yet to finish my first tank of petrol. I do not want to be caught in a jam with suddenly the reserve light turned on. With the inputs u guys gave, I can roughly estimate when my first tank of petrol is finishing and can roughly plan my route to places with petrol kiosk nearby. After the first tank finish, den i'll monitor my own fuel consumption .. Thanx again to those who responded.

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yoz bro yanani, i changed to v-power from malaysia and my mileage went up to 260km before reaching reserve, not once but many times already! haha! maybe u guys can try. i used to pump at esso.

 

maybe bcause i use after market pipe n pc3?????

 

you can't compare a race bike with a road bike

yan still got vstacks plus bmc race air filter :angel:

 

Hi everyone ... thanx for ur inputs pertaining to the fuel consumption of the R1. The reason y I am asking is becos I have yet to finish my first tank of petrol. I do not want to be caught in a jam with suddenly the reserve light turned on. With the inputs u guys gave, I can roughly estimate when my first tank of petrol is finishing and can roughly plan my route to places with petrol kiosk nearby. After the first tank finish, den i'll monitor my own fuel consumption .. Thanx again to those who responded.

 

even if you are at changi and the reserve light just came out, you can still ride all the way to tanjong pagar for the petrol AT NORMAL RIDING SPEED (no dragging of gears, 4k rpm change gear, 90km/h).

 

wet and boring morning

 

o_O

 

Regards

Dr Shaun

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