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SBF Silverwings Cafe 2008 - JDM/Euro 400/600


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Originally posted by patrick1131@Dec 10 2006, 12:04 PM

hi guys,

have a question here

the right hand side brake lever is for front or back break or both??

and how about the left side??

Left side is for rear & front and right is for front only. :smile:

And left side is use to start bike too.

 

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Originally posted by 867k@Dec 18 2006, 01:37 AM

Honda Authorized Parts Dealers

 

Everfit Motor Pte Ltd

96 Desker Road

Singapore 209618

Tel: 62931063

Fax: 62914576

 

Chong Aik International Pte Ltd

50 Desker Road

Singapore 209581

Tel: 62972532

Fax: 62920615

 

Ever Success Auto Parts Pte Ltd

17 Lembu Road

Singapore 208450

Tel: 62925909

Fax: 62934741

 

FJT Parts and Accessories Pte Ltd

15 Rowell Road

Singapore 207973

Tel: 63925927

Fax: 23925929

 

Info provided by CCK.

 

This THread is for information only, please post your question in the SILVERWING CAFE's thread.

Thanks you.

just wana check, among all these spare parts shop, which is the most systematic & reliable when ordering parts from them :confused: cos i ever kena sabo by Automachinery until very jialiat when i order spares from them. :mad:

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Originally posted by patrick1131@Dec 25 2006, 01:05 AM

hmm..heard that euro version have no power cut is that true??

btw what does that mean??can anyone enlighten me?? :smile:

This oso wat i heaerd from Bike Production and Boon Siew. So how true i dunno. Wat i know is the Euro Version had beaten the Jap. Version.

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Originally posted by CCK@Dec 25 2006, 03:07 PM

This oso wat i heaerd from Bike Production and Boon Siew. So how true i dunno. Wat i know is the Euro Version had beaten the Jap. Version.

Is it a general case or just an isolated case ?

 

In simple words,

1 euro beat 1 jap. or All Euro beat all jap.

 

Jus trying to think of external factors to make it a fairer comparison cos the "black jap version" tt i know of have some slight modifications.

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Originally posted by CCK@Dec 25 2006, 03:07 PM

This oso wat i heaerd from Bike Production and Boon Siew. So how true i dunno. Wat i know is the Euro Version had beaten the Jap. Version.

i think they mean the POWER VALVE ..... not power cut ... The POWER VALVE main purpose is for noise level control and better torque at the low end as far as I know. Refer to the exhuast system thread ..

 

anyway guys, dont talk c*** here leh ... else newbie will complain cannot find important info and start asking qns again in the main thread ... damn boring wan .... pls help this thread to help ourselves.

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Following are the Spec of this bike :

 

Type 398 cc, Liquid cooled, 2 - cylinders in line, 4-stroke

Bore x stroke (mm) 64 x 62

Compression ratio 10.8:1

Valve train DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder

Fuel system Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) with automatic enricher circuit

Ignition Computer-controlled fully transistorized with electronic advance

Transmission Belt

Gears Variable ratio

Power 38 hp (27.7 kW) @ 7500 rpm

Torque 39 Nm @ 6000 rpm

Starting system Electronic

CHASSIS

Frame Backbone

Front suspension 41mm hydraulic fork, 235mm travel

Rear suspension Swingarm with dual hydraulic shocks with five-position spring-preload adjustability, 119mm travel

Brakes front single 256mm discs with 3-piston calipers with Anti-Lock Braking System

Brakes rear single 240mm disc with 2-piston calipers with Anti-Lock Braking System

Tires front 120/80-14

Tires rear 150/70-13

Rake / Trail 28.3 degrees / 105 mm (4.1 inches)

DIMENSIONS

Length 2275 mm (89.6 inches)

Width 770 mm (30.3 inches)

Height 1430 mm (56.3 inches)

Seat Height 740 mm (29.1 inches)

Wheelbase 1595 mm (62.8 inches)

Ground clearance 140 mm (5.5 inches)

Fuel Capacity - reserve 16 l (4.23 gallons)

Dry Weight 222 kg (489.5 pounds)

 

Some Very good information on Silverwing 400 & 600(contributed by lokeks), click here >> SW Tech Corner

Sorry Mr Atlantic, hijack yr post.

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Brembo koko, you forgot the word B. Should be SBF silverwings cafe not SF... :smile:

 

 

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July 2004 to Nov 2006 X9 amalfi

Dec 2006 to Jan 2010 Honda SilverWing 400

Feb 2010 to Nov 2015 Honda Fit

Dec 2015 to Oct 2017 Toyota ISIS

Feb 2017 to May 2017 Honda ST1300

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Think there is an ABS version for the 600.

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

 

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SG dont have the ABS version except special import.

 

Anyway, this new thread is much needed ....

 

Kudos to Brembo gege .. :thumb:

 

"T" mode in SW JDM version only means: "TA GONG" (hokkien for fantastic!)

so when T mode is selected, yr wing will fly ... :sweat:

actually repeated many times .... more torque ... but in real world, cant feel any dif.

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Hi All SW members,

 

I am a newbie here, just trade in my X9 to exchange for japan model sliverwing 400 ( second hand, grey. bike is about 3 years old.

 

As the bike do not have any tools, and manual ( just downloaded from the tech corner, but all in jap)

 

Any bros have english version ? and some important question to ask fellow bro here ?

 

1.) What is the tyre pressure ( F/R ) in kpa ?

2.) I need the spare parts for the chrome exhaust cover and windscreen, call up and they say don't have.. roughly how much is the items ?? cos mine got hugh scratches.

3.) Any things to look out for regarding this 3 year old bike ? i.e. belts, servicing intervals and recommended bike shop which will not chop our heads ??

 

Thanks a lot fellow bros.

 

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Originally posted by x9_scooterist@January 08, 2007 05:08 pm

Sorry just to add, any recommened top box with back rest and brake light for SW ??

 

thanks.

GIVI Simply is 45 ltrs, GIVI Maxia is 52 ltrs. Depending on your requirement, but both are recommended.

 

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Originally posted by x9_scooterist@January 08, 2007 05:06 pm

Hi All SW members,

 

I am a newbie here, just trade in my X9 to exchange for japan model sliverwing 400 ( second hand, grey. bike is about 3 years old.

 

As the bike do not have any tools, and manual ( just downloaded from the tech corner, but all in jap)

 

Any bros have english version ? and some important question to ask fellow bro here ?

 

1.) What is the tyre pressure ( F/R ) in kpa ?

2.) I need the spare parts for the chrome exhaust cover and windscreen, call up and they say don't have.. roughly how much is the items ?? cos mine got hugh scratches.

3.) Any things to look out for regarding this 3 year old bike ? i.e. belts, servicing intervals and recommended bike shop which will not chop our heads ??

 

Thanks a lot fellow bros.

 

:cheer:

any bros can Pm the price for the wind screen, chrome exhaust cover and K & N air filter price and where to get ??

 

counting down to ride my wing...

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Originally posted by mumudidi@January 09, 2007 10:25 pm

Hi Lokeks,

Thank you for the info....in another language..."T"... TIPU...(in malay....bluff)...wah ha ha.

The last owner told me there is an indicator for a change for the belt....true or tipu...he he.

:giddy:

There should be a V indicator on your dashboard. It right beside the High beam indicator.

 

When that light up and stay there thru out then its time to visit your motorshop.

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