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Which 2A sport bike do you prefer?


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  1. 1. Which 2A sport bike do you prefer?



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There's been alot of comparing and discussion on the 2A sport bike namely RVF, CBR, GSXR, ZXR, etc.

Just to compile on the most favourable 2A sport bike in this forum.

Life short, play hard

You will be sorry when you see me.

 

Speed is not how fast you can go,

But how fast you can handle.

 

Ppl always think they\'re good but

It\'s others tat judge them not themselve.

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Not really a problem. In directly I'm also compiling how many riders for the different bikes. :D

Life short, play hard

You will be sorry when you see me.

 

Speed is not how fast you can go,

But how fast you can handle.

 

Ppl always think they\'re good but

It\'s others tat judge them not themselve.

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hmmm.,.,,.forget my bike.,.,GONE FOREVER,.,,.

 

Wat happen to ur bike? Upgrade liao? :confused:

Life short, play hard

You will be sorry when you see me.

 

Speed is not how fast you can go,

But how fast you can handle.

 

Ppl always think they\'re good but

It\'s others tat judge them not themselve.

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eeee..all bias 2 stroke bike wan.... :cry:

y no 2 stroke 2A bike like PGM? :sweat:

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My ode to GSXR400:

 

It's a bad, bad, bad bike. It may appear unassuming unlike its rivals but those touched by it will remember its influence. How it transformed a bolt-upright rider into a half-crazed addict constantly searching for the perfect execution of a corner.

 

On paper, there's nothing fancy. But straddle yourself over it and it'll immediately take over you. You fold your knees high, hunch your shoulder low and put your hands at knee level. Excruciating, but like a drug-loaded syringe piercing the skin you'll forget about the pain when pleasure sets in.

 

Soon, you'll find yourself riding like a lunatic. It's hard not to. When you're bunched up in that racing crouch, knees tucked under those cut-outs in the tank... you'll be taken in by how quickly this [email protected] turns, and just how goddamn easy it is to flick. Put weight on one footrest and the sucker obliges. Before you know it, your ass is hanging off the seat at the mere whiff of a corner. Then you realise that it has taken over you.

 

It teases and goads you to crank it over at every corner. Every minute you're riding upright, it mocks you... it taunts you... it's as if you can hear it say, "LEAN IT AND GAS IT, YOU PU$$Y". When you finally give in, it pulls you to lean.. and lean.. and lean some more. Like a moron to heroin, you're now hopelessly addicted to this crazy corner carving behaviour. Every turn, every bend is like a fix, a snort or injection. You start delaying your braking and increasing your entry speed. You learn to keep the power on throughout the turn and pile on the revs past the apex. Eventually you're turned into a zombie, constantly looking for that ultimate high.. that indescribeable rush when your knee actually and finally touches the ground mid corner.

 

Like doing drugs, at the back of your mind you know one day it'll all come crashing down. When that day comes, it'll probably be in the form of a heap of twisted metal, shards of broken plastic, battered ego and shattered dreams. That'll be the day it leaves you. But it'll never totally go away from your system. Post GSXR400 days will see you grappling with withdrawal symptoms - you shake and twitch when approaching familiar bends in your car. And you wish... ohh how you wish... you'd give anything to have your GSXR400 back one last time so that you could scrape your knee mid corner one more time.... just to feel that incredible rush fill your head once again....

 

:cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

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My ode to GSXR400:

 

It's a bad, bad, bad bike. It may appear unassuming unlike its rivals but those touched by it will remember its influence. How it transformed a bolt-upright rider into a half-crazed addict constantly searching for the perfect execution of a corner.

 

On paper, there's nothing fancy. But straddle yourself over it and it'll immediately take over you. You fold your knees high, hunch your shoulder low and put your hands at knee level. Excruciating, but like a drug-loaded syringe piercing the skin you'll forget about the pain when pleasure sets in.

 

Soon, you'll find yourself riding like a lunatic. It's hard not to. When you're bunched up in that racing crouch, knees tucked under those cut-outs in the tank... you'll be taken in by how quickly this [email protected] turns, and just how goddamn easy it is to flick. Put weight on one footrest and the sucker obliges. Before you know it, your ass is hanging off the seat at the mere whiff of a corner. Then you realise that it has taken over you.

 

It teases and goads you to crank it over at every corner. Every minute you're riding upright, it mocks you... it taunts you... it's as if you can hear it say, "LEAN IT AND GAS IT, YOU PU$$Y". When you finally give in, it pulls you to lean.. and lean.. and lean some more. Like a moron to heroin, you're now hopelessly addicted to this crazy corner carving behaviour. Every turn, every bend is like a fix, a snort or injection. You start delaying your braking and increasing your entry speed. You learn to keep the power on throughout the turn and pile on the revs past the apex. Eventually you're turned into a zombie, constantly looking for that ultimate high.. that indescribeable rush when your knee actually and finally touches the ground mid corner.

 

Like doing drugs, at the back of your mind you know one day it'll all come crashing down. When that day comes, it'll probably be in the form of a heap of twisted metal, shards of broken plastic, battered ego and shattered dreams. That'll be the day it leaves you. But it'll never totally go away from your system. Post GSXR400 days will see you grappling with withdrawal symptoms - you shake and twitch when approaching familiar bends in your car. And you wish... ohh how you wish... you'd give anything to have your GSXR400 back one last time so that you could scrape your knee mid corner one more time.... just to feel that incredible rush fill your head once again....

 

:cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

 

very poetic. excellent discription.

Killing for peace is like farking for chastity

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seem like pple really go for fastest bike...

 

haiz that human nature....

 

what happens if ZX4 is the fastest n RVF is the slowest ...

 

donno the result will be like how????

 

erm... comparing ZXR400 n RVF... ZXR400 does have a higher top speed... so i dont get yr point... :confused:

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My ode to GSXR400:

 

It's a bad, bad, bad bike. It may appear unassuming unlike its rivals but those touched by it will remember its influence. How it transformed a bolt-upright rider into a half-crazed addict constantly searching for the perfect execution of a corner.

 

On paper, there's nothing fancy. But straddle yourself over it and it'll immediately take over you. You fold your knees high, hunch your shoulder low and put your hands at knee level. Excruciating, but like a drug-loaded syringe piercing the skin you'll forget about the pain when pleasure sets in.

 

Soon, you'll find yourself riding like a lunatic. It's hard not to. When you're bunched up in that racing crouch, knees tucked under those cut-outs in the tank... you'll be taken in by how quickly this [email protected] turns, and just how goddamn easy it is to flick. Put weight on one footrest and the sucker obliges. Before you know it, your ass is hanging off the seat at the mere whiff of a corner. Then you realise that it has taken over you.

 

It teases and goads you to crank it over at every corner. Every minute you're riding upright, it mocks you... it taunts you... it's as if you can hear it say, "LEAN IT AND GAS IT, YOU PU$$Y". When you finally give in, it pulls you to lean.. and lean.. and lean some more. Like a moron to heroin, you're now hopelessly addicted to this crazy corner carving behaviour. Every turn, every bend is like a fix, a snort or injection. You start delaying your braking and increasing your entry speed. You learn to keep the power on throughout the turn and pile on the revs past the apex. Eventually you're turned into a zombie, constantly looking for that ultimate high.. that indescribeable rush when your knee actually and finally touches the ground mid corner.

 

Like doing drugs, at the back of your mind you know one day it'll all come crashing down. When that day comes, it'll probably be in the form of a heap of twisted metal, shards of broken plastic, battered ego and shattered dreams. That'll be the day it leaves you. But it'll never totally go away from your system. Post GSXR400 days will see you grappling with withdrawal symptoms - you shake and twitch when approaching familiar bends in your car. And you wish... ohh how you wish... you'd give anything to have your GSXR400 back one last time so that you could scrape your knee mid corner one more time.... just to feel that incredible rush fill your head once again....

 

:cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

 

beri true... beri beri true... once u on it.... u'll luv it.... e kind of feelings for this bike is beri different compare to other bikes....

?ree ur body & soul

?nfold ur powerful wings

?limb up e highest mountains

?ick ur feet up in e air

?ou may now live 4ever

?r rtn 2 tis earth

?nless u feel good where u r

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beri true... beri beri true... once u on it.... u'll luv it.... e kind of feelings for this bike is beri different compare to other bikes....

 

Explains your leaving the pack at BKE during the journey from Jalan Kayu to West Coast during the Mass Orgy... :eek:

 

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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my favorite 2a bike will be pgm4(honda nsr 250 MC28)..heard the acc is very fierce and is better than any other 2a bike and somemore it uses a smartcard..hehe that is very unique leh..

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For Mi I choose RVF .....

 

Cos is the bike i like ....

 

But i dun tink rvf is the slowest bike cos if this bike is not restricted.....

 

:smile: :smile:

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TZM150; RVF400; Gilera 200VXR; X9 250; X9 180; RVF400; Hyundai Getz (NOW)

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my favorite 2a bike will be pgm4(honda nsr 250 MC28)..heard the acc is very fierce and is better than any other 2a bike and somemore it uses a smartcard..hehe that is very unique leh..

 

One thing to note is if (touchwood) the ignition is faulty, the repair costs is gonna cost you a bomb. As told by my mechanic. And I noticed that the power consumption is quite high due to the electronics. My friend's PGM4 uses big fuses and most of them are 15 or 30 amp...

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my favorite 2a bike will be pgm4(honda nsr 250 MC28)..heard the acc is very fierce and is better than any other 2a bike and somemore it uses a smartcard..hehe that is very unique leh..

 

And wat do u tink why honda is not using the pgm4's technology on new bikes ????

it must be some major problem with that technology mah ....

 

:sian:

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TZM150; RVF400; Gilera 200VXR; X9 250; X9 180; RVF400; Hyundai Getz (NOW)

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Mine abit higher class, mine uses credit card...... :p just kidding

 

NSR250 uses HRC card. There are a few different kinda HRC cards, but I do not know the details which card is for what kinda performance. Just got to learnt abit of kuching kurak of NSR250 from a previous campmate who ride one that time.

 

It was my dream bike at that time. Well, it was ridden by Andy Lau ma. But I look myself at the mirror and realise something, so I went for a super4.... ahahhaaha... just kidding la. That time no money to get one :p

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