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SBF Burgmans Cafe 2008 - K1 to K7


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Haha... happened to meet Terrible One bro in person at Guan Hoe on sat.

 

Nice meeting you bro.... :smile:

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Jun 2002 - May 2003 ~ NSR150SP

May2003 - Dec 2006 ~ GSXR400RR

Oct 2006 - Present ~ Burgman AN400K3

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Whatcha all doing there? :sweat:

Even the smallest spark can start a massive forest fire...

 

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I'm gonna call Guan Hoe tommorow to find out more details on their showroom. just wanna ask the peeps out there on some ideas of shops that I can go to see the Burgman 'in person'.

 

thanks all...

 

ooo just wondering also if anybody out there has seen the 2007 version on our streets?

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Ducati Monster M400: Dec 05 - Feb 07

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Hi Arcfire.. Nice meeting u too.. Now u know how jialat the outlook of my Burg really is.. But wait a few mths.. It'll hopefully look like this..

 

http://burgmanusa.com/ipw-web/gallery/d/7779-2/Scooter1.jpg

 

William, Arcfire was there to ask for more opinion abt his bike.. Me went there to order bodyparts.. Actually wanted to mold my head fairing with Arcfire at JB wan,but his bike now warded in ICU.. Mine crack...

 

:cry:

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We having rendeavous there..... hahaha..... Yah lor... went there to triple confirm my suspicions before finding a day to go CASE to lodge an official complaint.

 

Saw terrible one's bike.... wrapped up like mummy, haha..... Need to go for cosmetic surgery.....Booking date with surgeon.

 

ooo just wondering also if anybody out there has seen the 2007 version on our streets?

 

I did! :cheeky:

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Jun 2002 - May 2003 ~ NSR150SP

May2003 - Dec 2006 ~ GSXR400RR

Oct 2006 - Present ~ Burgman AN400K3

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Got screeching sound or not? :p

Even the smallest spark can start a massive forest fire...

 

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Originally posted by william_liu@January 22, 2007 11:04 am

Got screeching sound or not? :p

Haha dunno..... saw it at a traffic light at orchard at Lido there.

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May2003 - Dec 2006 ~ GSXR400RR

Oct 2006 - Present ~ Burgman AN400K3

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mmmmm yummy! But will seriously consider the MP3 from Piaggio if I need to get a new bike... :smile:

Even the smallest spark can start a massive forest fire...

 

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Originally posted by william_liu@January 22, 2007 02:08 pm

mmmmm yummy! But will seriously consider the MP3 from Piaggio if I need to get a new bike... :smile:

Y not the T-max? i saw a black one at the underground carpark opp paragon. Looks reallllyyy gd. N the Nexus as well.... Drooling over these 2 bikes... :lovestruck:

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Jun 2002 - May 2003 ~ NSR150SP

May2003 - Dec 2006 ~ GSXR400RR

Oct 2006 - Present ~ Burgman AN400K3

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I wanted to use this air filter taken from my old remote control car for the breather tube.. Still haven't do cos dunno how to excess there...

 

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Hmmm, but wouldn't that mean more oil will be lost due to the escape of the vapour through the breather? And you might see smoke coming out of the breather... hehehe.... :sweat:

 

And also a loss in pressure of the air in the airbox mabbe? not too sure of the science of it.....

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Jun 2002 - May 2003 ~ NSR150SP

May2003 - Dec 2006 ~ GSXR400RR

Oct 2006 - Present ~ Burgman AN400K3

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Originally posted by Arcfire@January 22, 2007 03:38 pm

Y not the T-max? i saw a black one at the underground carpark opp paragon. Looks reallllyyy gd. N the Nexus as well.... Drooling over these 2 bikes... :lovestruck:

I personally perfer Tmax over Nexus ...

 

Will try to keep my distance from european bikes for the time being :sweat:

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Originally posted by ah_huats@January 22, 2007 10:44 pm

I personally perfer Tmax over Nexus ...

 

Will try to keep my distance from european bikes for the time being :sweat:

Haha...tat bad an experience?

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May2003 - Dec 2006 ~ GSXR400RR

Oct 2006 - Present ~ Burgman AN400K3

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Yah lah, the reliability factor also worries me.... :sian:

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Come back with a K8 lah!

:smile:

 

Anyway current bike will result in scuffing of left shoe... :p

Even the smallest spark can start a massive forest fire...

 

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Y leh?? :confused:

 

Anyway, someone actually called me gutless for not puting the name of the shop down in a thread about my current problems in the WHY PAY More section..... sheesh...

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Jun 2002 - May 2003 ~ NSR150SP

May2003 - Dec 2006 ~ GSXR400RR

Oct 2006 - Present ~ Burgman AN400K3

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Originally posted by Arcfire@January 22, 2007 04:11 pm

Hmmm, but wouldn't that mean more oil will be lost due to the escape of the vapour through the breather? And you might see smoke coming out of the breather... hehehe.... :sweat:

 

And also a loss in pressure of the air in the airbox mabbe? not too sure of the science of it.....

Must put an oil catch tank before it.. As for the air box no problem.. Older bikes and cars have breather tubes hanging out, but due to enviromental reasons now they channel it to the airbox.. So oil wun go to the road.. It's actually quite easy, but my problem is excessing to the breather tube.. :(

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Originally posted by william_liu@January 23, 2007 03:29 pm

Come back with a K8 lah!

:smile:

 

Anyway current bike will result in scuffing of left shoe... :p

I go over to MY quite often, so having big wheels is a definite advantage as there some deep ruts and pot holes on the NSH. Went over those about 2 weeks back and thank goodness my current set of wheels are bigger. Don't wanna think what will happen if I was still on my burger going over those.... :sweat:

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:smile:

 

Managed to find out the showroom contact and address from the workshop.

 

120 Rangoon Road (S) 218398

Tel: 62997939

Weekdays: Closed at 4:45pm

Saturday: 1pm

 

Spoke to a Mr. Ang (chinese speaking), nice chap.

 

They have the K7 model on display, both blue and grey.

Honda Phantom TA200: Sep 04 - Dec 05

Ducati Monster M400: Dec 05 - Feb 07

Honda Silverwing FJS400D: Feb 07 - Jan 09

Honda Shadow 400: Nov 10 - Dec 11

Aprilia SR Max 300ie: Jul 12 - Mar 15

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Did you manage to get the price? :sweat:

Even the smallest spark can start a massive forest fire...

 

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Got a quote for Leo Vince full system for Burgman 400.... it's SGD698, before 20% discount. Worth or not? :sweat: :help:

Even the smallest spark can start a massive forest fire...

 

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