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Oh ya, I mostly ride in stop n go type of street riding, so mileage is around 14km/litre. When I first got the bike it was even worse, 13km/litre.

 

If I travel more on expressways ie. 50% expressways, 50% stop n go traffic, consumption goes down to around 15km/litre.

 

NSH cruising with pillion and side panniers, 130-150km/h average, the bike does 16.5km/litre.

 

Just for comparism, my Ducati 999 does 17km/litre street riding, 19km/litre NSH cruising.

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To those who think I'll be bling bling-ing my ZZR1400 with lotsa performance *cough*muzzy*cough* parts , i'm sorry, but it might very well end up like this..

 

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Hmm y nv get the touring version of the 14

also nt bad

keke

hmmm

side panniers...

mayb flush in better

tink gt sell but must order rite....

oso very ex 2 aiyo....:giddy:

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haha

it 1 hell of a price...

aiyo...:giddy:

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HMm

PG kinda 2 small for us bah...

I wen dw wif my kaki

he riding a zx10....

i nv go on track tat day...

saw he fly here n there circuit 2 small

suitable for up to cl 2a bah...

ya there are ppl wif cl2 who go dw there...

it definetly nearer than sepang oso...

keke :cheeky:

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HISTORY OF THE ZZR1400

zzr/zx

zzr1100- 1052cc (1990-2001) 12years(90-93Cmodels:94-01Dmodels)

zzr1200- 1164cc (2002-2005) 4years(Cmodels)

zzr1400- 1352cc (2006-20??)

 

1)semi flush mount frt/rear signal lights

2)pillion bar

3)dual exhaust

4)single banana seat

5)low foot pegs/high handle bars

6)Hydraulic clutch

7)ram air

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Mass sport bike OUTING - Welcum all Bikes!

 

Date - 04/02/2007 (Sunday)

Time - 1200pm

Place - KKFC

 

nick/name/contact no/location - model of bike

 

 

1) Kori/Daniel/91899972/Tampines - GsXr 1000 k6 (fast rider)

2)

3) kOpi/97386935/Tampines - Gsxr 10000 K6

4) Gixxertan/90283262/NSHW - Gsxr-1000K5

5) ah--seng/96950200/---/gsxr 1000 k6

6)

7) WW/ 96946964/2nd link- Lau K

8) No12/lyhalvin/96360839/2nd link - GSXR1000K6

9) HongU/90083536/Gsxr600 k5

10) stony/90076401/Gsxr600 k5

11) wantonmee07/MEL/93893977/ GEYLANG - K7G6

12) ET/92389670/Thailand - GSXR750K6

13)Kinwei/marky/no hp/kinwei bend/GSXR750k6

14)BLacK.dOt/81331862/Tampines - Gsxr 600 k7

15)

16)Mavric/81391084/KKFC - G0.75K7

 

 

Dear all our outting might be cover by motor cluture, so pls join in the fun.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I emailed motor culture asia bout the 4 feb outing at KKFC, and they say they will cover the event. but need us to confirm the time and place....

 

Here is the exact email i send to them... and pls do what you can to help promote the passion of riding....and help voice out the support of a local bike mag to improve the popularity of the magazine....

So pls read on....

 

 

From :

Sent : Tuesday, January 23, 2007 6:31 PM

To : "ALVIN LEE YONG HUI"

CC : [email protected], [email protected]

Subject : Re: Suggestion of Bike club meet ups section in motor culture asia magazine

 

| | | Inbox

 

 

Dear Alvin,

 

Thanks for your comments. I wish we have more supportive advertisers as our magazine only thrive on advertisers. Unfortunately Suzuki being one of the biggest distributors is not of the opinion of marketing through advertising. I hope this opinion will change as with increased revenues we can bring and afford better coverages and better articles for our readers. I hope you can help voice out the support of a local bike mag as sadly this is the current state and situation (that local bike shops and distributors mostly do not support advertisements). I would love to feature more bike clubs , superbikes , meeting of clubs etc however we do have a bottom line to keep as well due to the lack in revenue. The good news is we are making headway as our readership is increasing and there are gradually but a bit too slowly people who realise the effectiveness of our magazine. I will try to cover yr event if u can confirm the time and location. I hope u can voice our enthusiast support as we are eager to please and be the best bike mag not only in Singapore but the region eventually. Meanwhile Ride safely and Best Regards.

 

Jeff Sim

Publisher

 

>-----Original Message-----

>From: ALVIN LEE YONG HUI [mailto:[email protected]]

>Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 11:42 PM

>To: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

>Subject: Suggestion of Bike club meet ups section in motor culture asia magazine

>

>Hi there...

>

>First of all, great magazine, especially loved the thrid issue which

>featured Mia lee.

>My name is Alvin, just to suggest, a section on singapore bike club meet ups

>would be a great idea to the magazine. Would love to see and read about

>different bikes, bike lovers, bike information and the excitment of riding a

>bike. And also, since i am riding a superbike, i would love to see more

>articles on modifications and custom jobs on sportbikes.

>

>Next month, the suzuki gsxr forum of the singapore bikes forum will be

>having a meet up session at kallang stadium KFC on the 4th of feb at 12 pm.

>Being a suzuki fan myself, i will be there to check out the different bikes,

>people, chat and hang out with suzuki riders.

>

>Do drop by and enjoy the company...

>

>Regards,

>Lee Alvin.

>

>

 

SO ALL YOU BIKERS GO PULL AND PESTER MORE PEOPLE TO COME!!!!

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Hi. i just bought an old ZZR 600 cos i just passed my class 2 and it was the chapest bike i could find. was not love at first sight, but now im loving my bike to bits.

can i join in? i know my bike is the baby version...nothing to compare. but i still think its hell of a sexy bike! go ZZR!

the Kawasaki will never let the rider down, only the rider will let the Kawasaki down! :thumb:

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Hi guys i will be order this Fingertip Preload Adjuster Kit again any of you like to get ?

 

The Traxxion Dynamics Fingertip Preload Adjuster Kit is a simple to install kit that will allow a rider or mechanic to quickly move the fork spring preload adjuster without any tools (plus they look really sweet!!!) These high-quality, CNC-machined, anodized aluminum parts are available for any late model sport bike, and add a real "GP" look to your bike. Available colors are black, blue, red, gold, and silver. Kits come complete with hex key for quick installation. With our new design, you will help to "crash-proof" fork cap. If you should ever be so unfortunate as to crash, and your bike flips over, these caps will take the grinding, and forks are less likely to be damaged.

 

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if you replace your damage pre load is about $200 for the above small parts.

 

Price $70.00

 

Closing Date 11 Feb 07.

4 days away from now.

 

Nick/Bike model/which year/Colour/Contact No.

1. R46/R6/04/Gold/-

2.

3.

4.

5.

Looking For R6 08 anyone selling?

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By all means join in!

 

Perhaps we should create a ZZR thread? Then all the ZZRs (ZZR600, ZZR1100, ZZR1200 and ZZR1400 ) can come together.

 

Then again, Kawasakis are rare enough already, so we shouldn't split amongst ourselves too. Just join in the Ninja thread! :thumb:

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Originally posted by nE0@February 08, 2007 12:59 am

By all means join in!

 

Perhaps we should create a ZZR thread? Then all the ZZRs (ZZR600, ZZR1100, ZZR1200 and ZZR1400 ) can come together.

 

Then again, Kawasakis are rare enough already, so we shouldn't split amongst ourselves too. Just join in the Ninja thread! :thumb:

:thumb:

Ride With Passion

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http://www.picturesky.com/albums/userpics/10129/DSC_2655.JPG

 

Halfway there. Does it look better than Givi V35s?

 

Theres one or two more confirmed ZZR1400s on the road now. Anyone knows them? :weep:

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My ZZR1400 is a dealer bike (Evershine), so thats the place to go for spares and other parts. I'm ordering a mainstand from them soon, the usual 1 - 3 month wait applies.

 

Why would you want to put ZX14 mirrors on your 10? Its nearly 20cm wide. The ZX12 mirrors seem identical, but with shorter stems.

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