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SBF SYM Cafe 2007


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Originally posted by cupnoodle@May 19 2004, 09:59 PM

i actually kinda accidently found the bike.actually the only thing i was looking for was the price(money hard to come by nowadays) and storage space.was going to settle for the runner sp and then i stumbled upon this bike.maybe u can try Ban Hon(AMK) or CSTK at changi road.Ban Hon is the authorised distributor and CSTK was the ex-distributor.can juz try ur luck.

Okie..thanks man! :smile:

Riding Suzuki Epicuro 150 (UC 150)

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Yoyoyo!!! :bounce: :bounce:

 

I'm Back!!! After four days of totally lab work. Tired!! Finally got chance and sit down since Monday!

 

Sadly, only 2 of us sym rider plus someone's wife riding 150.

 

To get accessories, go try C.S.T.K 67483900. they should have accessories of SYM.

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Originally posted by gentoro@May 20 2004, 05:21 PM

Yoyoyo!!! :bounce: :bounce:

 

I'm Back!!! After four days of totally lab work. Tired!! Finally got chance and sit down since Monday!

 

Sadly, only 2 of us sym rider plus someone's wife riding 150.

 

To get accessories, go try C.S.T.K 67483900. they should have accessories of SYM.

nevermind the 2 of us...they don't know what they're missing.what type of accessories do they have???looking 2 maybe change the windscreen and a bit of trinkets...something like the handle balancers etc. maybe.

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Originally posted by cupnoodle@May 22 2004, 03:22 AM

hey gentoro...is that ur bike i saw at NUH on 21/05?u work there?

Haha! You got me. I work at NUS and my office is in NUH while my Lab is in NUS. FY1*A. Dun tell everybody hor. Later I kana aim and I also duno why. :cheeky:

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Originally posted by cupnoodle@May 26 2004, 10:50 PM

need help here...how to set the time at the meter???

hold the time set til it blink :smile:

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One who can maintain peace of mind is happy.

Happy is he who killed his own anger.

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Originally posted by kennyseaw@May 27 2004, 03:36 AM

hold the time set til it blink :smile:

thx for the help...will try that.more questions....how do u know that ur drive belt is worn out?any symptoms??sorry for the so many stupid questions but 1st time i'm on an auto bike,till now riding still at times pull rear brake thinking its a clutch.

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First of all watch your milage. Change a new belt every 5000km. If withing 5000km and you feel your bike is=

1) low in power

2) low acceleration

3) unable to reach top speed

4) easily over heat

 

I keep forgetting to bring the manual to office to photocopy.

 

According to tai hin, the make of sym joyride is veru similar to Gilera aka Runner VXR. The belt, tire, bearing and clutch joyride used are the same spec as Gilera.

 

I would tell Jacky that "confrim made in taiwan more lousy if compare to Gilera"

 

But he says"not really, you take note of the tire you used. Overtime, you will notice the quality of some taiwan made product"

 

True enough, Both tires I have is Maxis "made in taiwan" really best!! It has keep me from hitting the front vehicle twice! I made ando once. Never skid!! (Touch wood) and very very good grip. Now I would want to know how it going to last. :smile:

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Originally posted by gentoro@May 28 2004, 09:30 AM

 

True enough, Both tires I have is Maxis "made in taiwan" really best!! It has keep me from hitting the front vehicle twice! I made ando once. Never skid!! (Touch wood) and very very good grip. Now I would want to know how it going to last. :smile:

wow....serious.had my doubts about the tire....but no bad experience so far.just had my first wet weather ride 2day.no complains.

 

thanks for the advice on the belting issue.when we change the belt any more things to change eg.bearings or bushings etc.?how much does it cost estimated?

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Originally posted by cupnoodle@May 28 2004, 02:44 AM

thx for the help...will try that.more questions....how do u know that ur drive belt is worn out?any symptoms??sorry for the so many stupid questions but 1st time i'm on an auto bike,till now riding still at times pull rear brake thinking its a clutch.

You will feel more stronger vibrat :smile:

Kenny Seaw

9623 8875

 

There is no use in friendship with an ungrateful person.

Anger comes as a result of intolerance.

One who can maintain peace of mind is happy.

Happy is he who killed his own anger.

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Originally posted by gentoro@May 28 2004, 09:30 AM

First of all watch your milage. Change a new belt every 5000km. If withing 5000km and you feel your bike is=

1) low in power

2) low acceleration

3) unable to reach top speed

4) easily over heat

 

I keep forgetting to bring the manual to office to photocopy.

 

According to tai hin, the make of sym joyride is veru similar to Gilera aka Runner VXR. The belt, tire, bearing and clutch joyride used are the same spec as Gilera.

 

I would tell Jacky that "confrim made in taiwan more lousy if compare to Gilera"

 

But he says"not really, you take note of the tire you used. Overtime, you will notice the quality of some taiwan made product"

 

True enough, Both tires I have is Maxis "made in taiwan" really best!! It has keep me from hitting the front vehicle twice! I made ando once. Never skid!! (Touch wood) and very very good grip. Now I would want to know how it going to last. :smile:

Joyride is a good bike :smile: , just only teh small tank

Kenny Seaw

9623 8875

 

There is no use in friendship with an ungrateful person.

Anger comes as a result of intolerance.

One who can maintain peace of mind is happy.

Happy is he who killed his own anger.

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Small tank. I totally agree. I really dun how to planned long distance trip to Malacca or KL with such small tank. But then, in singapore, I only get to top to full tank twice per week at most. :smile:

 

We also can forget about refuelling in JB with joyride. Can we mods the tank to a bigger one? Joking!

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Originally posted by kennyseaw@May 29 2004, 02:18 AM

Joyride is a good bike :smile: , just only teh small tank

Same goes for the Atlantic.....:giddy:

actually I almost bought the joyride.

Anger is like a cloud,the more angry you are the more it clouds your vision

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Originally posted by gentoro@May 29 2004, 10:05 AM

Why? Btw, how much is alantic full tank? Joyride is 8.5l including reserve.

Its 10.5 ltr including the reserved.

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Chay! At least got 2L more than mine. At least about 50km more distance to cover b4 dry up. Oh yeah, my tank is located in the front. What yours?

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Originally posted by gentoro@May 29 2004, 10:15 AM

Chay! At least got 2L more than mine. At least about 50km more distance to cover b4 dry up. Oh yeah, my tank is located in the front. What yours?

Same as the X9,compare with the rest I am still 6 ltrs short.

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yo cupnoodle or anyone riding Joyride. I have go copies of bike manual to give away. Not for sale! FREE!!! ANyone? :confused:

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Originally posted by gentoro@May 31 2004, 09:13 AM

yo cupnoodle or anyone riding Joyride. I have go copies of bike manual to give away. Not for sale! FREE!!! ANyone? :confused:

wahhh....bro gentoro u so kind.i want 1.name a place so can meet.u stay bt.panjang rite???nearby only..no problem.cck to b.p only 5 mins.this morning saw ur bike again parked near the main road at NUH.

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Originally posted by cupnoodle@May 31 2004, 02:45 PM

wahhh....bro gentoro u so kind.i want 1.name a place so can meet.u stay bt.panjang rite???nearby only..no problem.cck to b.p only 5 mins.this morning saw ur bike again parked near the main road at NUH.

You kept on telling ppl where his bike his? Wait someone remove both his tyres than he's gonna blame u liao. :offtopic:

OLD NO GO, NEW NO COME.

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