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SBF Silverwings Cafe 2008 - JDM/Euro 400/600


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Originally posted by disar@January 23, 2007 07:28 am

Look like can be use as a box but doubt there is much storage space :confused:

Can see front the side there is a key hole, might be the lock to open the box. Aiyah swing underseat can eat two open face helment, so the rear top box is to put accessories like rain coat or stuffs that is not expensive.

 

Now the questions is that who have lobang?? or custom make from local shop ?:giddy:

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Originally posted by x9_scooterist@January 23, 2007 08:33 am

Can see front the side there is a key hole, might be the lock to open the box. Aiyah swing underseat can eat two open face helment, so the rear top box is to put accessories like rain coat or stuffs that is not expensive.

 

Now the questions is that who have lobang?? or custom make from local shop ?:giddy:

wah bro if custom made sure will cost a bomb :giddy: need to find it on the net or go there?

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Hi guys any1 juz bought a Euro specs SW in the month of Jan?

 

The default tires u got is IRC or Hoop?

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2002 - 2004 HonDa SP

2004 - 2006 HoNdA S4 VtEc 1

2006 - 2007 YaMahA MaJesTy 250 MK2

2007 Current HoNDa SliVerWinG 400

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Originally posted by disar@January 26, 2007 12:15 pm

me :smile: stock tyres are IRC

Hmm...

ok thks... Cos i saw some SW with Hoop as default set of tires...

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2002 - 2004 HonDa SP

2004 - 2006 HoNdA S4 VtEc 1

2006 - 2007 YaMahA MaJesTy 250 MK2

2007 Current HoNDa SliVerWinG 400

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This Sliverwing drink petrol like water, yesterday reach 215km on 1 single trip, pump to full using cheapest Ron 92, total around 11.5 litres X S$1.55 = S$17.82

but compensate for its power..

 

any bros experience when the swing slow down from e.g. 80km/h to stop, somewhere around 30km/h to 40km/h, if you hold the handlebars softly, the front fork will vibrate violently, but when coming to a stop ( slow speed around 20km/h or lesser, it is okay. Could it be the front tyre fault ??

( Front is a michelin brand and rear is Bridgestone Hoop )

I experience the same situation with x9 before.

 

:confused:

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My is a Hoop. Good tyre for dry weather but not so for the wet. Thats how I feel. Tried riding through the rainy season and find it "fishtail" sometimes when my bike rear cross along the white marking on the road.

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

Jun 2017 onwards Honda Silverwing 400

 

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Originally posted by x9_scooterist@January 26, 2007 04:28 pm

This Sliverwing drink petrol like water, yesterday reach 215km on 1 single trip, pump to full using cheapest Ron 92, total around 11.5 litres X S$1.55 = S$17.82

but compensate for its power..

 

any bros experience when the swing slow down from e.g. 80km/h to stop, somewhere around 30km/h to 40km/h, if you hold the handlebars softly, the front fork will vibrate violently, but when coming to a stop ( slow speed around 20km/h or lesser, it is okay. Could it be the front tyre fault ??

( Front is a michelin brand and rear is Bridgestone Hoop )

I experience the same situation with x9 before.

 

:confused:

I never encountered such things before. Did you check your tyre pressure often? As far as I experience. I have to check around once a week. Need to pump a bit more from 20 to 40 PSI.

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

Jun 2017 onwards Honda Silverwing 400

 

http://img402.imageshack.us/img402/6333/image00076ka5.jpg

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Originally posted by x9_scooterist@January 26, 2007 04:28 pm

any bros experience when the swing slow down from e.g. 80km/h to stop, somewhere around 30km/h to 40km/h, if you hold the handlebars softly, the front fork will vibrate violently, but when coming to a stop ( slow speed around 20km/h or lesser, it is okay. Could it be the front tyre fault ??

( Front is a michelin brand and rear is Bridgestone Hoop )

I experience the same situation with x9 before.

 

:confused:

JDM have this vibrating problem. I think its the 01-04 model, remember reading it from a Silverwing forum. Get a good motorshop to verify the problem lor.

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