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Can i bring it to ur workshop to check? Btw is my membership card ready? Remember i did change my tyres at ur shop....hehehehehe. Wanna enjoy the discount rebate.

 

i can help you take a look to provide more informations to you and is FOC, cheers. Call me to arrange

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Hi kenny, i want my bike to have more top speed. Now currently some parts tat have install in my bike. Polini speed control, Polini 3g clutch, Polini clutch bell, Malossi torque driver, Malossi cdi, Malossi secondary gear and 2 stroke torque spring. Rollers using size 12.5g. Using original airbox. So how now wanna make better top end. Thank u.

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I just got my ST200 recently. Was a little peeved about the need for a tank fuel cover. But might rectify the weird look by putting nice sticker on it.

 

Good :

- Smooth and easy accelaration.

- Easy to ride (a little too easy maybe like riding a bicycle with a motor)

- Upright position is comfortable. I'm a little short so have to tiptoe a bit when stop.

 

The peeves :

- need for fuel tank cover

- start up need to throttle quite a bit before it will not die if left idle

- the ventilators at the side for the hot air is super hot. (duno if there's any way to rectify this)

 

And now super sad ... stupid cat made a small hole on my front seat ... eye damn pain looking at it.

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Hi kenny, i want my bike to have more top speed. Now currently some parts tat have install in my bike. Polini speed control, Polini 3g clutch, Polini clutch bell, Malossi torque driver, Malossi cdi, Malossi secondary gear and 2 stroke torque spring. Rollers using size 12.5g. Using original airbox. So how now wanna make better top end. Thank u.

 

basically if you perfer to gain more top end, maybe you can try to get a more heavy rollers setting, this may help abit. if you still want to go further, i would perfer you call me, i can explain to you more clearly on the phone, cheers.

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I just got my ST200 recently. Was a little peeved about the need for a tank fuel cover. But might rectify the weird look by putting nice sticker on it.

 

Good :

- Smooth and easy accelaration.

- Easy to ride (a little too easy maybe like riding a bicycle with a motor)

- Upright position is comfortable. I'm a little short so have to tiptoe a bit when stop.

 

The peeves :

- need for fuel tank cover

- start up need to throttle quite a bit before it will not die if left idle

- the ventilators at the side for the hot air is super hot. (duno if there's any way to rectify this)

 

And now super sad ... stupid cat made a small hole on my front seat ... eye damn pain looking at it.

 

1. i think currently NO stock

2. Might be the idling too low, Auto choke faulty, carb need service *got to check*

3. How old is your bike? When is the last time you Flush the coolant? any overheated problem so far?

 

If you can reply with more info, it will be more easy for us to help you, cheers.

 

You may also call me for faster reply.

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1. i think currently NO stock

2. Might be the idling too low, Auto choke faulty, carb need service *got to check*

3. How old is your bike? When is the last time you Flush the coolant? any overheated problem so far?

 

If you can reply with more info, it will be more easy for us to help you, cheers.

 

You may also call me for faster reply.

Actually I have no major problems at the problem.

1. I already have the fuel cover installed from Piaggio.

2. Ya most likely. But just recently went full check. Forgot what they did but after that the bike not so difficult to start up. Now sometimes have the prob when after a cold night.

3. I got it new in Feb '10. Flush coolant? Er dunno. No overheating problem ... no worries.

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Actually I have no major problems at the problem.

1. I already have the fuel cover installed from Piaggio.

2. Ya most likely. But just recently went full check. Forgot what they did but after that the bike not so difficult to start up. Now sometimes have the prob when after a cold night.

3. I got it new in Feb '10. Flush coolant? Er dunno. No overheating problem ... no worries.

 

Good, Happy Riding, cheers.

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Hi Kenny,

 

Just bought st200 a few wk ago and now thinking of changing my clutch and variator to a aftermarket brand.

 

I am looking at polini, malossi and dr pulley. Need to learn frm u a lot of things.

 

I wan to increase my pick up and top speed, which one (Clutch or variator) will make my money more worth it? Which one should i start to change lst since variator is much cheaper than clutch.

 

Clutch and variator? wat the different huh? sorry for all these newbie qns.

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Hi Kenny,

 

Just bought st200 a few wk ago and now thinking of changing my clutch and variator to a aftermarket brand.

 

I am looking at polini, malossi and dr pulley. Need to learn frm u a lot of things.

 

I wan to increase my pick up and top speed, which one (Clutch or variator) will make my money more worth it? Which one should i start to change lst since variator is much cheaper than clutch.

 

Clutch and variator? wat the different huh? sorry for all these newbie qns.

 

sorry for late reply, currently very busy. I will say variator always come first as the $$$ you pay is confirm FEELING. If you really interested to know more, call me and i can explain to you better.

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Hi,

 

I need help. Does anybody know a good bikeshop for repairing scooters? Please recommend me. I need to fix up my aprilia sportcity.

 

The engine keeps stalling and sometimes die off in the middle of traffic. gotta keep throttle slightly to keep engine alive. Always have problem starting engine.

 

Went to a few bike shops but they are not sure of the problem either. Appreciate advice from bros here. :)

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Support futurescootering! :) Cheers to nice bro kenny here. Very helpful (as i keep bothering him :p).

 

By the way I am the guy enquiring about ur skipper.. (sorry keep bothering u) Keep me updated! :)

 

You are always welcome, we live to share, cheers

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Hi,

 

I need help. Does anybody know a good bikeshop for repairing scooters? Please recommend me. I need to fix up my aprilia sportcity.

 

The engine keeps stalling and sometimes die off in the middle of traffic. gotta keep throttle slightly to keep engine alive. Always have problem starting engine.

 

Went to a few bike shops but they are not sure of the problem either. Appreciate advice from bros here. :)

 

From what you mentions, i believe it got more or less link to a problem from the fuel or air intake problem. Maybe you can get the shop to check out the manifold before they go further checking.

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ups for a great italian scooter thread!

 

hopefully your bike is working fine now. Btw, even there's no problem with your love scooter, i would still advise you to do a maintenance check very 2-3 months. This will help you save more $$$, cheers.

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hopefully your bike is working fine now. Btw, even there's no problem with your love scooter, i would still advise you to do a maintenance check very 2-3 months. This will help you save more $$$, cheers.

 

will do bro,thanks!

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Maybe we can drink coffee at Starbuck togather to share experience.

 

ah..like diz ah..scooter lovers can congregate and chill out to share experience..

how?anywhere oso can ah..

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when? why not join the durian outing on coming 4th July?

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when? why not join the durian outing on coming 4th July?

 

4th july?got details bro?

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4th july?got details bro?

 

what details you need? call me :cheeky: u recieve my sms?

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what details you need? call me :cheeky: u recieve my sms?

 

never received sms bro,and i gotta take a rain check on the 4th july outing as i have plans on that day..we can reschedule again for a meet up?small or big group also can:-)

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Hi bros....

 

 

I can't decide on these 2 tw scooter, fighter 150 and racing 150...

 

which one is better? some shop told me that symco parts is only exclusive to xxx-mart.

 

saw an offer of racing 150 @3.3k, but I'm afraid that I might spend alot the parts..

 

 

which shop u guys recommend for scooter?

 

 

can anyone enlighten me =D

 

 

thanx thanx

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never received sms bro,and i gotta take a rain check on the 4th july outing as i have plans on that day..we can reschedule again for a meet up?small or big group also can:-)

 

sure no problem

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