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Yamaha TDM 900


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hello frens, i'm a few days old into owning a tdm. the previous owner mentioned that there's a change needed for the rear disk brake

can u count me in if ya getting it? thanks in advance. cheers

 

nice ... welcome to TDM thread... enjoy the bike and let us know if u need any info.

 

firstly.. you need some stickers on your white TDM.

 

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/06/Yamaha_TDM_900_Army_Police.jpg

 

http://www.sportbikes.net/forums/attachments/fz6/126368d1181720334-next-cop-bike-normal_tp_tdm.jpg

 

http://www.yamaha-motor.ch/german/Images/tdm1_tcm40-252426.jpg

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hello frens, i'm a few days old into owning a tdm. the previous owner mentioned that there's a change needed for the rear disk brake

can u count me in if ya getting it? thanks in advance. cheers

 

Hi Seeto!! So you are the proud owner of the mata TDM!! Hahaha!!! Any possibilities that you are in the force as well?? :)

#ShutUp_and_Ride

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Hi Seeto!! So you are the proud owner of the mata TDM!! Hahaha!!! Any possibilities that you are in the force as well?? :)

 

haha bro i do travel alot along paya lebar road.. :thumb:

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erm guys any particular parts to really look out for in maintaining e bike? i only know about engine oil and stuffs like tat..

how to check if the fuel injection is in good condition, coolant, radiator and etc, those complicated things about the bike.

previous owner send me a softcopy of a manual on the ins and outs of the bike, but i dun quite understand it, adjustments

can be made on the damping of the fork and suspension i believe? experts out there need ur guidance :cheers:

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Looks like a direct ripped off from H&B... albeit more shiny.... I'm looking for slim ones. Not for helmets but for other necessities like raincoat, tools, parang, gernades, HK, etc....

 

not H&B. they use Touratech design.. even the name is Tourfella... :deal:

 

they also have smaller / slimmer version.

 

TH is planning to get the small one too.

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erm guys any particular parts to really look out for in maintaining e bike? i only know about engine oil and stuffs like tat..

how to check if the fuel injection is in good condition, coolant, radiator and etc, those complicated things about the bike.

previous owner send me a softcopy of a manual on the ins and outs of the bike, but i dun quite understand it, adjustments

can be made on the damping of the fork and suspension i believe? experts out there need ur guidance :cheers:

 

1. engine oil.. oil filter.. spark plug... just regular stuff like that same as any other bike.

2. coolant, just flush and change once a year.

3. front fork can tune the soften or harden with flat head screw driver just easy to play around .. nothing will go wrong.

* i have not tried to play around with rear suspension.

4. TDM can tune CO ratio (fuel mixture rich or lean) and TPS (throttle position sensor) by dashboard.

read through the manual for diagnosis section. :thumb:

or try to look for yellow TDM at LC food court .. :D

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hello frens, i'm a few days old into owning a tdm. the previous owner mentioned that there's a change needed for the rear disk brake

can u count me in if ya getting it? thanks in advance. cheers

 

 

Welcome to the TDM family Bro aka Mr. Mata Chia... Don't catch me okie...

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nice ... welcome to TDM thread... enjoy the bike and let us know if u need any info.

 

firstly.. you need some stickers on your white TDM.

 

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/06/Yamaha_TDM_900_Army_Police.jpg

 

http://www.sportbikes.net/forums/attachments/fz6/126368d1181720334-next-cop-bike-normal_tp_tdm.jpg

 

http://www.yamaha-motor.ch/german/Images/tdm1_tcm40-252426.jpg

 

Bro, the SPF TDM is for real?? I didnt know they are now into TDMs.. I have yet to see one..

 

...or is it an edited photo?

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Sep'07 - Oct'08: 2006 Gilera VXR Runner FBA9814E

Oct'08 - Apr'09: 2005 Yamaha TW200 FZ9350Y

Apr'09 - Oct'10: 2009 Suzuki DRZ400SM FBD5376M

Oct'10 - Jan'13: 2004 Yamaha TDM900 FBA6635A

Jan'13 - Jul'13: 2012 Yamaha T-Max 530 FBG3134S

Jul'13 - Nov'14: 2013 Yamaha S10 FBH4696A

Nov'14 - Mar'16: 2014 BMW R1200GS LC FBK666Y

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1. engine oil.. oil filter.. spark plug... just regular stuff like that same as any other bike.

2. coolant, just flush and change once a year.

3. front fork can tune the soften or harden with flat head screw driver just easy to play around .. nothing will go wrong.

* i have not tried to play around with rear suspension.

4. TDM can tune CO ratio (fuel mixture rich or lean) and TPS (throttle position sensor) by dashboard.

read through the manual for diagnosis section. :thumb:

or try to look for yellow TDM at LC food court .. :D

 

valuable inputs bro thanks. where's LC food court btw?

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not H&B. they use Touratech design.. even the name is Tourfella... :deal:

 

they also have smaller / slimmer version.

 

TH is planning to get the small one too.

 

Nice!! I prefer something not wider than 10" perferably. So far the slimmest is the Givi but i'm hoping for some other designs. I'm even thinking of getting saddlebags...

#ShutUp_and_Ride

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Bro, the SPF TDM is for real?? I didnt know they are now into TDMs.. I have yet to see one..

 

...or is it an edited photo?

 

I don't think thats the real mccoy.

 

I know of Honda CBX750, Suzuki GSX750, Yamaha FZ750, Honda VFR750, currently the Diversion900 and do you guys remember there used to be beemers as well?? All crashed before the end of their "COE" expiry. Hahahaa!!

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thanks bros, i do need some stickers on my new ride haha.. so the rear disc any date set on gettin them?

 

 

So confirm I'll be ordering this model tonite, TDM rear brake flower disc at approx $63

(will let you guys know the actual cost upon billing)

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Yamah...Q5fAccessories

 

1. Heaven51

2. Thomas

3. Mac77

4. Paikia44

5. Seeto_87

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Bro, the SPF TDM is for real?? I didnt know they are now into TDMs.. I have yet to see one..

 

...or is it an edited photo?

 

i found it on internet... and it's too real to be potoshop..

 

but the info was on 2007.

 

http://www.sportbikes.net/forums/2960114-post17.html

 

hope @[email protected] can help to tell us more..

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Bro Mac, you got lobang for installation ? Can add me in too ? I don't think I would want to DIY on that...

 

So will be ordering from this ebay seller as recommend by Spenx75... ard $55 approx (will update once transaction . . .

 

 

Bro Glenn . . .

 

Count me in ! Let me know any further details n will pass u e $$ once u conspermed e deal .

 

Wat I meant abt e $90/- china ones . . . . is dat a particular bike shop I always go to is selling e same china make rear disc at $90/- bucks including installation . If we can get ours cheaper, I'll talk to e boss abt e installation fees unless Bro Alvin wanna help us fix e discs on our bikes . . . hahaha !

 

 

Ps : If Bro Alvin says its good n it works than surely can buy n use cos he always travel very very fast n surely he needs a good braking systems !

 

 

Both me & kmax balls r big enough to try it on the rear,,, we reckon we r front braking heavy person hence to front rotors best to use a good &

expensive one. The cheap rear infact work very will,,,, i slip a new SBS standard street pad & it brake fxxking well. But it also depand on if ur

current brake piston O-ring is working well cos rubber will aged with time. Im also using steel brake horse added on stock Sumimoto brake system

of yammies....... the best brake both front & back i ever have, much better than Honda to my own point of view.Cos tried couple of BB,,,,,, knn

my nuts drop-off cos most of them the rear is a huge crap!!! yammies rear is as gd as their front!!!!!

VeeTwin Power after u rode a twin... u never want a straight four!!!

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Nice decals by Inked Design...

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Oct'08 - Apr'09: 2005 Yamaha TW200 FZ9350Y

Apr'09 - Oct'10: 2009 Suzuki DRZ400SM FBD5376M

Oct'10 - Jan'13: 2004 Yamaha TDM900 FBA6635A

Jan'13 - Jul'13: 2012 Yamaha T-Max 530 FBG3134S

Jul'13 - Nov'14: 2013 Yamaha S10 FBH4696A

Nov'14 - Mar'16: 2014 BMW R1200GS LC FBK666Y

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Both me & kmax balls r big enough to try it on the rear,,, we reckon we r front braking heavy person hence to front rotors best to use a good &

expensive one. The cheap rear infact work very will,,,, i slip a new SBS standard street pad & it brake fxxking well. But it also depand on if ur

current brake piston O-ring is working well cos rubber will aged with time. Im also using steel brake horse added on stock Sumimoto brake system

of yammies....... the best brake both front & back i ever have, much better than Honda to my own point of view.Cos tried couple of BB,,,,,, knn

my nuts drop-off cos most of them the rear is a huge crap!!! yammies rear is as gd as their front!!!!!

 

I think most of us having issue with the rear brake disc cos of the single piston brake caliper... The outside where the piston is, will be subject to higher pressure, thus wear out faster than the one internally...

 

So I think this is the design issue that causes the uneven wear of the rear brake disc... Most of us are front brake user, take a look at the front disc, the condition is still very good...

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Both me & kmax balls r big enough to try it on the rear,,, we reckon we r front braking heavy person hence to front rotors best to use a good &

expensive one. The cheap rear infact work very will,,,, i slip a new SBS standard street pad & it brake fxxking well. But it also depand on if ur

current brake piston O-ring is working well cos rubber will aged with time. Im also using steel brake horse added on stock Sumimoto brake system

of yammies....... the best brake both front & back i ever have, much better than Honda to my own point of view.Cos tried couple of BB,,,,,, knn

my nuts drop-off cos most of them the rear is a huge crap!!! yammies rear is as gd as their front!!!!!

 

I think most of us having issue with the rear brake disc cos of the single piston brake caliper... The outside where the piston is, will be subject to higher pressure, thus wear out faster than the one internally...

 

So I think this is the design issue that causes the uneven wear of the rear brake disc... Most of us are front brake user, take a look at the front disc, the condition is still very good...

http://i426.photobucket.com/albums/pp350/glennkoh/TDM900/TDM.jpg
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So confirm I'll be ordering this model tonite, TDM rear brake flower disc at approx $63

(will let you guys know the actual cost upon billing)

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Yamah...Q5fAccessories

 

1. Heaven51

2. Thomas

3. Mac77

4. Paikia44

5. Seeto_87

 

 

Thanxs Mr Glenn ! Hope can get it ASAP cos mine in bad condition oredi. Do let us know e final figures so we can pass u e cash .

 

 

Regards,

Mac

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