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SBF Burgmans Cafe 2008 - K1 to K7


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Originally posted by william_liu@January 27, 2007 11:58 pm

The main stand was probably removed... :sweat:

:smile: same for tmax also, main stand have to dismantle, if not corner will kena. Notice the 1st photo on the bike. The guy corner on right side until scrap his main stand. But left side clearance is ok.

 

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Originally posted by Arcfire@January 26, 2007 04:42 pm

Oh, and btw, they say the 20% disc is the best price for the exhausts. No further discounts even if more is purchased at 1 go.

Just found out price quoted is without LTA inspection.... o_O

 

Any idea how much that will cost?

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Originally posted by william_liu@January 30, 2007 12:04 am

Just found out price quoted is without LTA inspection.... o_O

 

Any idea how much that will cost?

$50+

 

Which brings it to ~$600+

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ooo okay, thought it was much more expensive... :sweat:

 

Got two more days to make up my mind..... :help:

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Made a trip down to Guan Hoe @ 120 Rangoon Road to view the Burgman 400 K7. Mr Ang was present to let me sit on the bike and point out some key features. Weird thing that I was advised to purchase the bikes from shops (Suzuki Dealers) out there. :confused:

 

Front Cover:

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Random Page:

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Random Page:

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Colour choices: Metallic Oort Gray, Pearl Nebular Black, Candy Indy Blue, Candy Somoma Red

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I was told that they only had Gray and Blue.

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I like the black and red...... wahaha both they oso dun have

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Gray is nice! :lovestruck:

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Originally posted by Edwin :D@January 30, 2007 11:48 am

Cos yours is gray la.... :sian:

:faint:

 

 

Haha.... william, your LV order liao?

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Edwin: Mine is silver lah.... :sweat:

 

Not yet..... :sweat:

 

Still undecided..... o_O

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Originally posted by william_liu@January 30, 2007 01:51 pm

Edwin: Mine is silver lah.... :sweat:

 

Not yet.....

 

Still undecided..... o_O

Close enough... :angel:

 

If I do switch back to scooters...K7 is practical for local road but abit under powered for NSH... Although it's the opposite for the burger king, overkill for local road but sweet on the NSH... :lovestruck:

 

Just buy the LV la...since you mod so many things liao, might as well go in for the kill... :cheeky:

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Lol... Reminds me of Mortal Kombat......."FINISH IT!!!!!!!"

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No lah... the exhaust is not the finishing move... the ultimate finish is suspension.....

 

:giddy: :help:

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Originally posted by william_liu@January 30, 2007 06:10 pm

No lah... the exhaust is not the finishing move... the ultimate finish is suspension.....

 

:giddy: :help:

And audio system!! So u can go to the beach with ur GF and play the Little umbrella song.. So romantic :lovestruck:

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Originally posted by Terrible One@January 30, 2007 06:21 pm

And audio system!! So u can go to the beach with ur GF and play the Little umbrella song.. So romantic :lovestruck:

:faint:

 

Haha......Neve liked the idea of an audio system....... rainy days still have to cover up.....

 

I prefer to spend my money on upgrades to the bike to improve its handling etc

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Same same! :sweat:

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Originally posted by Arcfire@January 26, 2007 03:22 pm

William check out this one....

 

CliCk

I hav seen this a long time ago...if some1 is to bring it in for runners then it will be another big craze again

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Originally posted by Arcfire@January 30, 2007 09:36 pm

:faint:

 

Haha......Neve liked the idea of an audio system....... rainy days still have to cover up.....

 

I prefer to spend my money on upgrades to the bike to improve its handling etc

Save money buy T-Max better.. Haha..

 

Anyway I think I would go for Red paintjob for my bike.. Errm, maybe blue.. Or Grey.. Can't decied.. Still a long way be my parts arrive tho.. Gonna spray at JB, the bro bro Amba goes to.. If spray in SG will cost a bomb man..

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Think I will forego the exhaust for now.... :weep:

 

After some calculation, need to save up some money for my Holland/Europe trip in June.

 

:bounce:

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Originally posted by Terrible One@January 31, 2007 01:37 am

Save money buy T-Max better.. Haha..

 

Anyway I think I would go for Red paintjob for my bike.. Errm, maybe blue.. Or Grey.. Can't decied.. Still a long way be my parts arrive tho.. Gonna spray at JB, the bro bro Amba goes to.. If spray in SG will cost a bomb man..

Cool...... Spray metallic red.... will look damn cool.... plus you'll be the only one in sg with that colour.....

 

If you going to the shop let me know oso.... i wanna go n see where exactly it is. And what they have to offer there.

 

Think I will forego the exhaust for now....

 

After some calculation, need to save up some money for my Holland/Europe trip in June.

 

Ok.... I oso no $$ to buy now :cheeky: Next time we buy the Mivv one together when we save enuff.... haha

 

Oh, I just thought of something..... Remember about the oil loss problem? I just thought of something which might be possible. What if we were to connect the breathe tube to a bottle with an inlet at the bottom and an outlet at the top. In between in the bottle we place a wire mesh similar to the one in the crankcase or simply steel wool and the outlet goes to the airbox. That way, the vapour condenses on the wool an drips to the bottom of the bottle which in turn flows back to the engine when the engine stops running. Steel wool would unlikely flake thus no worries about particles going into the engine. I attached a diagram to illustrate it.

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Originally posted by Arcfire@January 31, 2007 10:40 am

Ok.... I oso no $$ to buy now :cheeky: Next time we buy the Mivv one together when we save enuff.... haha

 

Okay, onz! :sweat:

 

Oh, I just thought of something..... Remember about the oil loss problem? I just thought of something which might be possible. What if we were to connect the breathe tube to a bottle with an inlet at the bottom and an outlet at the top. In between in the bottle we place a wire mesh similar to the one in the crankcase or simply steel wool and the outlet goes to the airbox. That way, the vapour condenses on the wool an drips to the bottom of the bottle which in turn flows back to the engine when the engine stops running. Steel wool would unlikely flake thus no worries about particles going into the engine. I attached a diagram to illustrate it.

 

Yup, it should work... but how to get such a bottle? It must be able to withstand the hot oil, and be air-tight to work properly.

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Actually have, the oil catch tank that I'm talking about.. Made just for this.. I'll try look for a pic and post.. Can get at Ah Boy or those shop selling Cub accessories..

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Ok here's a few example..

 

http://www.spi-moto.com/ape/ape_image/oil_catch_tank.jpg

 

http://www1.odn.ne.jp/~cal55110/photo/aprilia_parts/body/oil_catch_tank.JPG

Aprillia RSV

 

http://www.babyface.co.jp/yzf250oilcatchtank1.jpg

Yamaha YZ250

 

http://www.uniqueautosports.com/pricelists/General/Skyline%20parts/gtstcatchtank.jpg

The POSH oil catch tank look a little like this.. With 3 holes.. One for the crank case outlet, one for the EG filler and one to the airbox/air filter.. If u wanna do it like the setup on the RSV or YZ jus cover the other hole.. I know how to do, just that I dunno how to remove the bloody tub under my seat!!! Arrgh

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Great..... how much issit? Btw, what is inside this tank?

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