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Hi, to all just got to passed Class 2b..

 

COE TILL FEB 2021

engine condi (8.8/10)

outlook wise 8/10

currently using my old side farririn.. newly side farrir will be issue.

SELLING REASON COS OF SAVING $$ TO UPGRADE

I'm selling my beloved sp. Which i really spent over 1k to mod tis sp..

 

had been done portin block and carburatin and even open stomach. some normal wear n tear, like batt. tire, overhaul.. AND EVEN 428 SPOCKET CUM O RING CHAIN..

full tank at least can run up to 180.. AND ALL SETTING AND TUNING WAS DONE IN JB.KOK PING..

 

WISH TO LET GO, PRICE WISE 2.4K.COS OF RENEW COE almost 1.6K. COMPARE TO SHOP AND I DONE SO MUCH TO MY BIKE AND I THINK KINDA WORTH IT !!!

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Modding your bike, 1k is juz the starting. :)

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actually 2.4k is reasonable price. Every year bike price is increasing. no bike shop would want SP now but as long as its still under 20 years, the price will still be high.

maybe bro u can put up more pix with different angle and ur sprocket and other mod . It will help to boost ur sales :)

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Maybe not many people know porting and all this mods are not good for the bike. It may be faster but how long it will last before it will start to give problems again? The mechs in JB drill and sand here n there but is it done with the proper tools and after precise calculations? No offense bro but stock block/piston etc will ultimately still be the best for the bike because it is manufactured in this way. Just my humble 2 cents.

Ride Safe.

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Porting its for make the engine more smooth, even urs stock o mod, if u keep wack n wack hw long the engine can last??? Tt y piston, eo, spark plug must change in time...

 

as far as i know ported engine u wack and wack it will die out faster den a stock engine no offence bro but stock still works best... there is a reason why honda build sp's engine and carb that way... with that amount of power and smoothness it is perfectly alright, the reason u don't feel smooth before porting is probably because the previous owner of ur bike did not take gd care of it as we all know very well few yrs back sp and kr r probably the most popular bikes for new 2b riders and u also know that most people upgrade upon getting 2a so they won stay for long with a sp or kr, most riders abuse them, hence the reason sp is not exactly smooth... porting or not solves the problem, i am not sure but i am hell sure that once the engine have been moded, durability might not be there anymore,

 

it is not about whacking the bike or not... anyway sports bikes are meant to be ridden fast, NOT whack/abuse.. any bike not matter ported or stock, if rider abuse it, in the end it won last long...

its been so long...

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Blacstar, i also have a friend rode sp, his sp totaly stock and keep wack often intheend tt engine cmi .. i onli can say its depend hw u ride, i done portin often onli wack till 150 , plus its a more than 10years plus bike alr.. hw stock condition also wont be exactly like new ,tt why i hav to do sth abt it.. and tis bike wit me 2yrs plus alr and no problem,..

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Up for sp! haha all don't sell yet, wait for me!

Class 3 - 25 Nov 08

Class 2B - 03 Sep 09 - Honda wave 125.

Class 2A -19 June 12 -

 

It's a bittersweet symphony, this life.

Live to ride another day.

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