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so u recommend scorpion or othaz.. akra??

 

its really up to wat ure looking for bro, ie, price/performance/weight reduction/looks etc etc........

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RXZ135 botoL powered / WR200 FMF powered - RXZ D CLUB

SUPER4 VTEC2 Micron powered - S4M

R1 '07 LE Akrapovic powered

HAYABUSA '99 Scorpion powered - SgBusaRiderz

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RXZ135 Japan-modeL 6-speed lemang powered

 

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happy new year 2-0-1-1 ALL

 

sgbusariderz !!!!!!!!

 

 

:cheers::cheers::cheers:

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SUPER4 VTEC2 Micron powered - S4M

R1 '07 LE Akrapovic powered

HAYABUSA '99 Scorpion powered - SgBusaRiderz

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RXZ135 Japan-modeL 6-speed lemang powered

 

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Good morning Riders~ came in specially to wish you all a Happy Happy New year!!~ Enjoy your leaves, "MCs" Weekends!! hee hee..

Ding ding cik din din din~ Ding ding cik din bam bam bam~

Ding ding cik din din din~ Ding ding chik din *porr porr*

 

Reminder: Don't argue with idoits.. they will simply bring you down to their level and beat you with experience!

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hi, think to buy a 2nd hand busa so wanted to check is gen 1 or gen 2 hayabusa better?If I not wrong gen 1 is with 340km/h meter & gen 2 is with 280km/h meter.

Class 2B: 31 Mar 2003 | Class 2A: 18 May 2004 | Class 2: 11 August 2011

Class 3 : 29 Jan 2004

2003 - 2004 : Kawa Krr 150

2004 - 2006 : Honda Super Four Spec 3

2005 - 2008 : Honda Civic ESI

17 Jan 2008 - Present : Mazda 3 1.6

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20 August 11 - 04 August 2012 : CBR1000rr 2007

04 August 12 - Present : CBR1000RRC

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hi, think to buy a 2nd hand busa so wanted to check is gen 1 or gen 2 hayabusa better?If I not wrong gen 1 is with 340km/h meter & gen 2 is with 280km/h meter.

 

Just my 2 cents.. its not about the meter on the speedo... Its whether u have the bawls to get to that meter limit... :cheeky: other than that, its your own preference. Some like gen2 coz of its design and some like gen1 coz of its affordability i guess... I myself is on Gen2 and am loving it =)

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Class 2B -------------- Sep 07

Class 2A -------------- Nov 08

Class 4 ---------------- Apr 09

Class 5 ---------------- Aug 09

Class 2 ---------------- Feb 10

 

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Current Ride - Bandit 400cc

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actually the speedo marked 300km/h, not 280km/h if you see carefully. Gen2 birds are limited below 300km/h.but i heard a shop boss said the gen2 have improved alot. i myself riding 2011 model and never regret getting this bike since.this bike can corner as good as 1000cc sport bikes if you dare to 'kup'.:)

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actually the speedo marked 300km/h, not 280km/h if you see carefully. Gen2 birds are limited below 300km/h.but i heard a shop boss said the gen2 have improved alot. i myself riding 2011 model and never regret getting this bike since.this bike can corner as good as 1000cc sport bikes if you dare to 'kup'.:)

 

the bikes is not limited to the speed 300km/h but is limited to ~10500 rpm on sixth gear (thus unable to go faster than 300km/h) . you can remove this restriction by various methods. a TRE is the most common way although not the best way. you can also use a derestrictor by boost smith or ecu editor to remove the limiter in the ecu.

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performance which is better?

Class 2B: 31 Mar 2003 | Class 2A: 18 May 2004 | Class 2: 11 August 2011

Class 3 : 29 Jan 2004

2003 - 2004 : Kawa Krr 150

2004 - 2006 : Honda Super Four Spec 3

2005 - 2008 : Honda Civic ESI

17 Jan 2008 - Present : Mazda 3 1.6

25 March 11 - 20 August 11 : Vespa LX150

20 August 11 - 04 August 2012 : CBR1000rr 2007

04 August 12 - Present : CBR1000RRC

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actually the speedo marked 300km/h, not 280km/h if you see carefully. Gen2 birds are limited below 300km/h.but i heard a shop boss said the gen2 have improved alot. i myself riding 2011 model and never regret getting this bike since.this bike can corner as good as 1000cc sport bikes if you dare to 'kup'.:)

 

the bikes is not limited to the speed 300km/h but is limited to ~10500 rpm on sixth gear (thus unable to go faster than 300km/h) . you can remove this restriction by various methods. a TRE is the most common way although not the best way. you can also use a derestrictor by boost smith or ecu editor to remove the limiter in the ecu.

 

actually, the 2008- 2011 is all the same... just colour... btw 2011 not out yet i think if so its just the new black red like in xacher's display or maybe some other colour... actually, the 2008 onwards people say has power cut but not really... only its gear 5 and 6 has power cut on its rpm... u cant clear the whole redline... for the first 4gears u can drag all out and the speed is 290-295 if u clear rpm on the first 4 gears... haha... so dont think to much as i doubt we will blast and maintain above 300... btw if u guys want, we can go test at 2nd link together... i always go with my friend... his riding the 09 and i u using the 10 model...

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btw u guys know how to get my pipes approved..? i wanna get akra or leovince but i wanna get it certified...

 

Correct me if i am wrong but when you buy the pipe it should come with cert to certified it to be street legal. Is there other way to get non-approved pipe to be inspected to make it street legal? If possibe that would be great. :cheeky: I already have a pipe in mind but dunno if its legal or not.. :p

Govt Issued Class 3 - May 06 :angel:

Class 2B -------------- Sep 07

Class 2A -------------- Nov 08

Class 4 ---------------- Apr 09

Class 5 ---------------- Aug 09

Class 2 ---------------- Feb 10

 

Previous Ride - NiL

Current Ride - Bandit 400cc

- Hayabusa 2oo9 :thumb:

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btw u guys know how to get my pipes approved..? i wanna get akra or leovince but i wanna get it certified...

 

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Exhaust system

 

(e.g. exhaust manifolds, catalytic converters, mufflers, etc.)

 

The exhaust system, which consists of the exhaust manifold, catalytic converter and muffler, is used as part of a vehicle's exhaust emission control system to ensure that the exhaust emission meets our environmental requirements. Any modification to the exhaust system would therefore require LTA's approval. The following should be submitted to LTA for evaluation:

a) Certification from the product manufacturer stating that the proposed aftermarket exhaust system is suitable for the make and model of the vehicle.

b) Certifications or test reports from LTA/NEA recognised test laboratories to show that the aftermarket exhaust system when fitted to the vehicle on a per make and model basis complied with prevailing exhaust emission standards.

 

Note: Removing catalytic converters and mufflers are not allowed as it will adversely affect the exhaust emission characteristics of the vehicle.

 

Vehicle owners found modifying or tampering with the exhaust system may face a Court fine of up to $1,000 or 3 months' imprisonment upon conviction in Court.

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Yup u need ram mount and charger to keep gps alive

 

 

Where can i get the ram mount... Cos thought of putting my iphone... Might get d biologic ipjone case thats weatherproof n shockproof.. However its actually for those with handle... So i might need a bracket or ram mount.. If ram mount where to get in spore?? Thankz

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Where can i get the ram mount... Cos thought of putting my iphone... Might get d biologic ipjone case thats weatherproof n shockproof.. However its actually for those with handle... So i might need a bracket or ram mount.. If ram mount where to get in spore?? Thankz

 

google your best frd

http://www.ram-mount.com/Dealers/RAMMountDealers/FarEastAsiaRussiaDealers/tabid/169/Default.aspx

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