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Hi guys!! Lookin for a very good shop n mechanic whom can do Nsr Sp 150?? Any idea or recommendation?? Cos just took over tis bike from a fren n no idea where to send. Sg or Jb both can. TIA!!!

 

sg got planet motors, bike workz, lian hup heng, bayi racing, encik motor and a few others. (bayi is expensive, because he tunes for race setup)

 

jb i think x performance or xin hock good in SP.

 

what you need to do? full service or overhaul?

 

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sta jurong are more relaxed in inspections i've heard. can try shops see if they got spare, maybe project or planet motors.

or vtec88 for scrap parts, carousell is good if yiu want to rent one also.

 

mine has welding mark but shop painted it so can't really see and i passed

Hi all,

 

Any good recommendation(s) on where to get an NSR 150 SP exhaust belly? I was advised that my exhaust will not pass vehicle inspection due to a welding mark on it (i think for decarbonsing)..

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sg got planet motors, bike workz, lian hup heng, bayi racing, encik motor and a few others. (bayi is expensive, because he tunes for race setup)

 

jb i think x performance or xin hock good in SP.

 

what you need to do? full service or overhaul?

 

PM me your name and number, i add you into the whatapp grp

 

Pm done boss

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sta jurong are more relaxed in inspections i've heard. can try shops see if they got spare, maybe project or planet motors.

or vtec88 for scrap parts, carousell is good if yiu want to rent one also.

 

mine has welding mark but shop painted it so can't really see and i passed

 

Cool, thanks for the info!

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saw x performance shop at bapok, its the first few shops, white signboard. a bit easy to miss if you dont read the signboards

 

You sure its white signboard? I always remembered it as red. The shop is i think the 2nd or 3rd unit of the 2nd blk of terrace buildings. It is 1 of the very few shops which operates 2 storeys. Downstairs is workshop. Upstairs is helmets, apparels, oils etc. The mechanics all wear red t shirts. Its probably the brightest lit workshop along that whole stretch. There is another x performance shop opp the road which operates as single storey, alongside the road leading to JB town. That signboard also red.

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You sure its white signboard? I always remembered it as red. The shop is i think the 2nd or 3rd unit of the 2nd blk of terrace buildings. It is 1 of the very few shops which operates 2 storeys. Downstairs is workshop. Upstairs is helmets, apparels, oils etc. The mechanics all wear red t shirts. Its probably the brightest lit workshop along that whole stretch. There is another x performance shop opp the road which operates as single storey, alongside the road leading to JB town. That signboard also red.

oh, i should look properly next time. will be going this weekend

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Hi guys, I just brought an SP and the cover set is cracked with broken brackets. I was thinking of either respraying or buying a new cover set. The workshop guys told me that if I chose to respray, they will fix the brackets with rivets and fiber glass. The price difference for the two is quite big, respray is 450 dollars and new cover set is 750 dollars + respray. Anyone can give a recommendation of which to choose? I am not sure how are they going to fix the cracked portion of my cover set if I send it for respray. Honestly, newbie rider here. This is my first bike.

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Hi guys, I just brought an SP and the cover set is cracked with broken brackets. I was thinking of either respraying or buying a new cover set. The workshop guys told me that if I chose to respray, they will fix the brackets with rivets and fiber glass. The price difference for the two is quite big, respray is 450 dollars and new cover set is 750 dollars + respray. Anyone can give a recommendation of which to choose? I am not sure how are they going to fix the cracked portion of my cover set if I send it for respray. Honestly, newbie rider here. This is my first bike.

 

respray and patch the cracks might not look good if not done properly. the layers will be uneven. and still can crack in future. best is get new set for the cracked parts

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