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[Group] SBF Yamaha YBR Lovers 2008


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all speedometer read high, approx. 5~10% (+) higher.

the higher speed, the more error.

 

u want to know wat's the actual speed.

buy one of those bicycle digital speedometer, like sigma.

u have to measure the circumference of front tire n input to the meter.

it has an error of approx. 0.5~1% but after some tire wear will increase to >2% need to re-calibrate again.

 

y only sigma speedo ?? can use other like ( cateyes )

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Got a crazy friend mod his YBR,Using cone like air filter connected to his carb,No air box,Using silicone spark plug cable,Aftermarket cdi,sprockets and oring chain,The result he can happily maintain 120kmh all the way from Bedok to Changi airport without powerloss or overheat..Hmm not bad.

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Got a crazy friend mod his YBR,Using cone like air filter connected to his carb,No air box,Using silicone spark plug cable,Aftermarket cdi,sprockets and oring chain,The result he can happily maintain 120kmh all the way from Bedok to Changi airport without powerloss or overheat..Hmm not bad.

 

All that for 10km/h more? :cheeky:

[2005 Yamaha YBR 125]

 

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All that for 10km/h more? :cheeky:

 

I did 140 with custom legal exhaust.. No overheat no powerloss no other mods, stock airbox, stock cable, all stock.. Only exhaust.. Oh and before that my bike happily 120 all stock..

my two babes..

 

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hot babes...

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Oh and before that my bike happily 120 all stock..

 

Haha? Seriously?

 

Got a crazy friend mod his YBR,Using cone like air filter connected to his carb,No air box,Using silicone spark plug cable,Aftermarket cdi,sprockets and oring chain,The result he can happily maintain 120kmh all the way from Bedok to Changi airport without powerloss or overheat..Hmm not bad.

 

Poor him then...

[2005 Yamaha YBR 125]

 

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Yeap.. I myself wonder how those ybr in other countries can hit 130 no problem.. Maybe his bike old.. I myself own two ybr fz and fba plate.. Can only do 130 downhill.. If not it will just stuck at 120..

my two babes..

 

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hot babes...

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Haha? Seriously?

 

 

 

Poor him then...

 

He can have the world's best air filter installed.. The best aftermarket cdi with the best ignition curve.. The best cables... The lightest sprocket, the smoothest o ring chain.. All this on a restrictive exhaust?, he wont go anywhere... Anyway, making a hole in the exhaust wont unleash its full potential.. And becareful with those aftermarket cdi.. Ive seen alot of cdi that doesnt make any difference with stock ones..

my two babes..

 

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/signature.jpg

 

hot babes...

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He can have the world's best air filter installed.. The best aftermarket cdi with the best ignition curve.. The best cables... The lightest sprocket, the smoothest o ring chain.. All this on a restrictive exhaust?, he wont go anywhere... Anyway, making a hole in the exhaust wont unleash its full potential.. And becareful with those aftermarket cdi.. Ive seen alot of cdi that doesnt make any difference with stock ones..

 

Where do you get the legal exhaust for YBR? Which brand and how much is it?

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I mod the exhaust bro, Cut open removed a number of plates and stuff fibre in it.. Finally put a long straight preforated tube or silencer in it.. The exhaust tip remains the same to give you the low end power.. The straight through silencer give you the top end.. No jetting has been done. Airfilter modded with foam filter for easy washing.. No other mods.. Went inspection once only with the exhaust.. Passed... Sold the bike before i could test the second inspection. Did the same to my rvf.. Passed one inspection.. It can be considered street legal since i pass the inspection..

my two babes..

 

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/signature.jpg

 

hot babes...

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Its what people call tong pipe? You went to JB to do? I want more top end power for it. Always cruise at 80 at expressways, worried to cross the 7k rpm mark. Engine struggling. How much to get it done?

 

I do it in sg about 150 bucks.. Malaysia should be cheap.. Just make sure you get a good fibre and the exhaust tip stay the same.. Cheap one will wear out fast.. I always cruise about 100-110 at about 8rpm..

my two babes..

 

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/signature.jpg

 

hot babes...

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Oh! Tell me where to get it done in sg! its so hard on the engine with the restricted exhaust. And how do you remove the rust on our exhaust. The china made metal rust super crazy. It'll be cool to have a ride session with all the YBRs. Is that a Cagiva Mito in your picture?

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Oh! Tell me where to get it done in sg! its so hard on the engine with the restricted exhaust. And how do you remove the rust on our exhaust. The china made metal rust super crazy. It'll be cool to have a ride session with all the YBRs. Is that a Cagiva Mito in your picture?

 

You can get it done at amk autopoint sengkwang there.. Or you can go jb do.. Much much cheaper..

my two babes..

 

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/signature.jpg

 

hot babes...

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wah piang labour cost so much. u buy from LAB? yuasa?

 

 

Just buy regular china battery can already.

 

Hi fellow riders. Anyone riding Ybr 250? Where can I get them? How much on the road? Tq

 

 

I called Hong Leong late last year. The lady at the other end said it cost $8888 machine price, without insurance. Made in China. I find it too expensive.

[2005 Yamaha YBR 125]

 

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8888$?? Damn ex man. Can u guys recommend me a 250cc bike with economical value. Just for transportation. Read online ybr250 have a 19litre tank. That's why I'm interested but the price omg. Need to downgrade my s4. Thx.

 

You can try calling Hong Leong again ah. When i called, it just arrived in Singapore and i called them straight away. Perhaps you can try calling them again and help us check how much its costs also and the break down?

[2005 Yamaha YBR 125]

 

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i just got myself a ybr125 lolololol wat shld i look out for hahah

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2003-2003 Honda NSR 150 SP

2004-2006 16 Tons Touring bus

2004-2008 Honda RVF

2008-2011 Yamaha YZF R1"08 model

2011-.... 1098

2007 - .... My dream bike NSR 500!

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Ive been riding my ybr for over a year,and it always give this problem whereby battery always drained..(cannot horn,electric start,dimmed headlight ,signal inidicator..etc..

 

Therfore i replace my rectifier and battery together and its fine..but after like 2 mths,it happened again..This is not the first time i replace both my rectifier and battery..Even changed my magnetic coil once coz cant even start bike..

 

What could be the problem?Could it be cdi?

Enrolled> 21/03/2010

Passed TP>19/08/2010>>Yamaha YBR125:)

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