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2015 Yamaha YZF-R3 Review at RevZilla.com:

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19xx - SUZUKI GTO110, HONDA MBX125, SUZUKI RG250, KAWASAKI EN400, KAWASAKI NINJA400, YAMAHA RD350 (YPVS)

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2014-16 - S1000R

2014-PRESENT - EXC525 (2005)

2016-PRESENT - TMAX530 (2016)

WISHLIST - XDIAVEL S

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Saw a few shops selling it, machine at 7,499. The other 2 shops with package going at 16.8k and 17.2k

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Ride Defensively; always.

 

Class BB2BDC - 11AUG2010

Kawasaki KIPS -> 2010 ~ 2014

Aprilia RS125(09) -> 2014 ~ 2017

Class BB2ADC - NOV2016

Suzuki DRZ -> 2017 ~ 2018

Honda Revo -> 2018 ~

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Just wondering how you guys, sport bikes especially carry your rain gears? Cause I'm so used to the convenience of a box that I'm wondering how am I going to lug those rain gear and put my helmet lol. But then again I tried sitting on it felt really good. Lost.

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Just wondering how you guys, sport bikes especially carry your rain gears? Cause I'm so used to the convenience of a box that I'm wondering how am I going to lug those rain gear and put my helmet lol. But then again I tried sitting on it felt really good. Lost.

 

Loved sportbikes from the start. There are three ways to keep your rain gear that I know about.

 

1) Some sportbikes have underseat storage, not big, but not shabby either. (R15V1)

2) Bicycle hook / cargo net, tied to pillion seat. So far I haven't had a case of stolen raincoats.

3) Tank bag, either get a good one and carry it with you after you park, or get a cheap one and leave it on the bike. I've left it on my bike a few times and it hasn't got stolen yet. :cheeky:

 

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Helmet can always hang at the pillion seat, looks cool too.

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The throttle response is more responsive than expected. Power output is good. The rpm range depends on your choice of economy or play. It's exceeded my own expectations tbh. This bike can both be transport and play and I mean really play. Can pit against super four. From my own experience .

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The throttle response is more responsive than expected. Power output is good. The rpm range depends on your choice of economy or play. It's exceeded my own expectations tbh. This bike can both be transport and play and I mean really play. Can pit against super four. From my own experience .

Super 4 is not a sport bike. How to compare?

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The throttle response is more responsive than expected. Power output is good. The rpm range depends on your choice of economy or play. It's exceeded my own expectations tbh. This bike can both be transport and play and I mean really play. Can pit against super four. From my own experience .

 

a more accurate comparison would be with the honda 400cc cbr, where both engines are inline twins.

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Just wondering how you guys, sport bikes especially carry your rain gears? Cause I'm so used to the convenience of a box that I'm wondering how am I going to lug those rain gear and put my helmet lol. But then again I tried sitting on it felt really good. Lost.

 

All my bikes have no box including Super 4. Normally when i travel to work i'll carry a backpack. Last time S4 can juz stuff under the seat.

July 2006-21st Aug 2007 :Honda NSR SP (FS1029R)

21st Aug 2007-28th Oct 2009 :Honda CB400 Spec III (FY8*8*M)

5th Sept 09-20th Nov 2013 Suzuki Hayabusa K6 FBA 9**6 J

30 Jan 13-Hyundai Getz 1.6 SFV*1*1K

20th Nov 13-Honda CBR600RR 2008 FBE4*4*S

2015-2015:Mitsubishi Lancer GLX

28th Oct 2015-Mitsubishi Lancer EX GLS

 

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Hi fellow r3 rider, just want to check if anyone encounter engine unable to start when the engine r hot? I am encounter this prob quite frequently, and do not know the cause. Hope someone can enlighten me

 

 

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My driving history

NSR SP 150 28/08/2005 TO 28/05/2007

VER S 28/05/2007 TO 29/09/2007

Yamaha X1R 29/09/2007 to xx/xx/xxxx[/img]

Honda CB 400 Bold'er 08/03/2008 to 10/06/2009

Honda Silverwing 400 10/06/2009 to 01/06/2010

Suzuki GSR 400 08/07/2010 to xx/xx/xxxx

Honda FIT 08 13/01/09 to 15/02/2011

Misubishi Lancer EX Sport 15022011 to xx/xx/xxxx

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