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First modification;

Changed the OEM 21" wiper blade to a 17" soft silicone wiper blade :)

My previous AD200 wind screen was scratched by the OEM blade. Also the 21" blade was too long and heavy and causes jerky wiper operation.

 

Damage and location pls? :angel:

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Congrats Ben on ur new ride. It is far better looking than the older model.

It is possible to use some aftermarket upgrade parts for ur new ride cos, this new scooter is using the same engine as in the Kymco Downtown 300i (Nikita in Taiwan). Rollers, clutch, & even big bore kit.

 

Thanks. Yes I got the sliders and clutch. There are no big bore kits that I know of as of yet.

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$(KGrHqFHJBsF!kBbQEoiBQ,3MNenog~~60_57.jpgDS393701.jpg

 

Maybe something like this?

 

Rode in the rain yesterday.

Experienced the splashing from the front.

I think the OEM front mud guard are too short, all the water from the front wheels hitting the underside of the foot board and splashed to the legs.

MP3 has longer mud guards and therefore does not has this problem.

Therefore, I believe it will alleviate the problem by extending the mud guard.

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[ATTACH=CONFIG]287464[/ATTACH]Just rode in very heavy rain. Feet and knees where very wet from the side splashing. Little bit of water travelled from rear of roof to the inside of windscreen, possibly from hole in rear of roof.

 

Overall still good protection only let down were the foot area where water splashed in.

 

Did you ride in the rain this morning at 8 plus am along zion road? Wearing black t shirt and berm, Matt black fbh7xxx plate number?

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Did you ride in the rain this morning at 8 plus am along zion road? Wearing black t shirt and berm, Matt black fbh7xxx plate number?

 

Yesh, but number wrong. If matt black jet helmet plus black tshirt, berms and black shoes den should be me liao.

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Have yet to see 1 on the road.

 

Hope don't see, sure oggle.

 

Was just chit chatting with bro paratoe, share some random feedback on this bike;

 

1.Engine not very loud + Big windscreen = very quiet journey.

2.Can make conversation even at 100km/h, no need to shout or eat wind

3.Bike is very heavy at 200+ kg, stable and solid feel

4.Parking is strenous due to weight and limited steering angle

5.Turning radius is wide

6.Can't corner very low, will hit an invisible limit and the bike refuse to lean more.(So far haven't found a way to overcome)

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Sad to say I'm a bit let down when I just rode in the super heavy rain this morning. Although the windscreen and roof provides ample protection to the upper body, there are two curves at each side of the bike above the wheels which directs water towards the knees and thighs.

 

It is time to look into making a side rain cover for the bike.

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Damage and location pls? :angel:

Got the wiper blade from AEON in JB, RM20+.

 

[ATTACH=CONFIG]287506[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]287507[/ATTACH]

 

Maybe something like this?

 

Ya, any idea where to get one? I'm thinking to fix MP3's mudflap, but checked online, it cost more then USD60 including shipping.

 

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The earlier AD3's design with long mudguard.

 

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Got the wiper blade from AEON in JB, RM20+.

 

 

 

Ya, any idea where to get one? I'm thinking to fix MP3's mudflap, but checked online, it cost more then USD60 including shipping.

 

[ATTACH=CONFIG]287565[/ATTACH]

 

The earlier AD3's design with long mudguard.

 

[ATTACH=CONFIG]287566[/ATTACH]

 

Tmr I go LAB ask got anything from other bikes like phantom or other cruiser rubber mud flap can retrofit or not. Today I went to pick up my gf and she monitored that water splashed from the front tyres.

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.................

 

6.Can't corner very low, will hit an invisible limit and the bike refuse to lean more.(So far haven't found a way to overcome)

 

I think the tilt angle is limited by the 2 stopper at both swing arms.

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Got the wiper blade from AEON in JB, RM20+.

 

 

Correction, I got it for RM18.50 only. There is another one which cost less then RM10.

 

Ah.. That explains the squeaky sound when going over bumps too I suppose?

 

Squeaky sound? I didn't notice any when going over bumps. But I did notice a small squeaky sound when opening throttle and goes away when closing throttle.

By the way, check all the bolts & nuts, I found quite a few were not tighten probably; e.g. The mirrors, trunk box cover, trunk box locking hook. Even my front wheels locknuts also not tighten. Luckily the dealer saw it and tighten it before I rode off.

Planing to check all bolts & nuts this weekend and apply grease to all the moving parts.

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Correction, I got it for RM18.50 only. There is another one which cost less then RM10.

 

 

 

Squeaky sound? I didn't notice any when going over bumps. But I did notice a small squeaky sound when opening throttle and goes away when closing throttle.

By the way, check all the bolts & nuts, I found quite a few were not tighten probably; e.g. The mirrors, trunk box cover, trunk box locking hook. Even my front wheels locknuts also not tighten. Luckily the dealer saw it and tighten it before I rode off.

Planing to check all bolts & nuts this weekend and apply grease to all the moving parts.

 

I lost one exhaust cover bolt already... Need to go over with locktite too.

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I lost one exhaust cover bolt already... Need to go over with locktite too.

 

With the market for motorcycles here, it is VERY SURPRISING to find lack of professionalism here among TOP market leaders

here......loose bolts, no pre-delivery checks, lousy attitudes, more-interested-in- facbook-salespeople- have been observed in

many instances when we visit showrooms and service centres, I am just wondering why consumers tolerate this kind of nonsense.?????

 

If they persist in this kind of modus operandi, I suggest they sell their showrooms and set up stall at sungei road, it will definitely save them a lot of money and lousy reputations, because for the kind of attitude they have , sungei road befits their style.

 

Unfasten bolts and nuts pose a very SERIOUS danger to the riders and at the end of the day the buyers get hurt......bad.

 

If SIM LIM square can come up with a list of crooked shops, so can the Singapore bike forum......

 

Just remember , that not everyday is a SUNSHINE day in Singapore.

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......

 

If SIM LIM square can come up with a list of crooked shops, so can the Singapore bike forum......

 

 

Basically agreed with you but if we list down the crook bikeshops, probably 99% of the bike shop will be in the list. lol.

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