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Was quoted RM398($165) to order the 443FZ GIVI rack by Hock Guan motors in JB, alternatively they can customize a Kub rack to fit which is ard RM100+.

 

I went to LAB to ask but the assistant told me chances are slim she will check and get back to me on the price.

 

Went to Chiap Lee, they only have SW motech for Z750S

 

I also called GIVI SG agent Cyclenet 1179 Serangoon Road, which is located at Mah Pte Ltd, to ask for the price but the Sales person did not pick up the call, may need to go down to ask.

 

Online price I can buy at UK 60pounds but shipping to SG unavailable.

 

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Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

http://www.motorvoordelig.nl/images/laser/pics_hot_kaw_z750_04-.jpg

 

My Z750 DIY Page

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/361701-2004-Kawasaki-Z750-DIY-Guide

 

04 Z750 Specification

http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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Just order my GIVI rack online from UK for 60.5pound (S$118), shipping to SG by VPOST (cost TBC).

 

http://www.motorcycleplanet.co.uk/shopexd.asp?id=773

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Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

http://www.motorvoordelig.nl/images/laser/pics_hot_kaw_z750_04-.jpg

 

My Z750 DIY Page

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/361701-2004-Kawasaki-Z750-DIY-Guide

 

04 Z750 Specification

http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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Don't! Because I'm getting it :) Seriously, are you? I got the cert from Fresco and have just wrote to LTA about it. Let's hope it gets approved.

 

wah just because you are getting it doesn't mean i can't right? ;) have you shipped it in already?

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Don't! Because I'm getting it :) Seriously, are you? I got the cert from Fresco and have just wrote to LTA about it. Let's hope it gets approved.

 

wah just because you are getting it doesn't mean i can't right? ;) have you shipped it in already?

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erm, anyone mind telling me wads the difference between a zr1000 and a z1000sx? the design seems to be different tats all?

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Some shots I took today to share.

 

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This one is beautiful

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If anyone keen to have some shots of your baby, maybe we can organise a photo shootout!

 

Can my bike join in too? I got my own camera, a Nikon P80 pro-sumer only... w tripod. haha maybe need your DSLR w good lens

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That's pretty good FC for a bike like this! Do you ride really slow and boring? :p Or did you make any special mods to the bike? Stock exhausts?

 

Slow and steady wins the race bro. For wad ride so fast. In the end still reach the destination what. If u wanna ride fast might as well go to track or change ur bike to the one of the worlds fastest bike, Kawa ZZR 1400.

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Slow and steady wins the race bro. For wad ride so fast. In the end still reach the destination what. If u wanna ride fast might as well go to track or change ur bike to the one of the worlds fastest bike, Kawa ZZR 1400.

 

Nothing wrong with slow and steady. But I think pple who buy this bike isn't looking for slow and steady. On the ither hand, if I wanna ride slow and steady, I wont be looking at this bike at all. Pple dont buy a super naked to go slow. But it's your bike, you can ride it anyway you want :)

 

That is why I'm asking about your riding pattern. At least now I know 15km/L is achievable if the bike is ridden slow ... Thanks for your feedback :)

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Slow and steady wins the race bro. For wad ride so fast. In the end still reach the destination what. If u wanna ride fast might as well go to track or change ur bike to the one of the worlds fastest bike, Kawa ZZR 1400.

 

I 2nd tt bro! Fast bikes not necessary to be ridden fast at all times. Bet what matters is more to the beauty looks of this machine. :thumb:

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I DIY and installed my cheapo digital volt meter and hide the cigarette lighter socket at the right hand side panel to keep it away from rain. Will post some pics later on. Lets see how long this digital voltmeter last. :cheeky:

Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

http://www.motorvoordelig.nl/images/laser/pics_hot_kaw_z750_04-.jpg

 

My Z750 DIY Page

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/361701-2004-Kawasaki-Z750-DIY-Guide

 

04 Z750 Specification

http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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Slow and steady wins the race bro. For wad ride so fast. In the end still reach the destination what. If u wanna ride fast might as well go to track or change ur bike to the one of the worlds fastest bike, Kawa ZZR 1400.

 

I ride mine slow and steady too, fc 19-20km/l, use mainly for transport.

Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

http://www.motorvoordelig.nl/images/laser/pics_hot_kaw_z750_04-.jpg

 

My Z750 DIY Page

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/361701-2004-Kawasaki-Z750-DIY-Guide

 

04 Z750 Specification

http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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Aye, I think there's no point riding too fast on our roads here also. But its always good to know that you're just a slight twist away from smoking the other 'general' population. Just don't try smoke anything with termis on. I average 200km for each tank on a 2006 but I pump once in 2-3weeks.

 

Track anyone? ;)

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Wow! Is yours the 2010 model?

 

I am riding a 2004 Z750, 300km fuel light starts to blink and can travel another 60km till its dry.

Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

http://www.motorvoordelig.nl/images/laser/pics_hot_kaw_z750_04-.jpg

 

My Z750 DIY Page

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/361701-2004-Kawasaki-Z750-DIY-Guide

 

04 Z750 Specification

http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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