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i am getting my R3 Next week...

 

Anyone here know how to put up usb port on the bike and where to get this accessories ? Or where they can fix and put up one for me ?

 

If you can find shops that does this let me know too

 

 

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Hello, if i were to upgrade my bike from RS 125 to an R3. do you think it will be worth it? will i be able to feel a difference in the power?

 

Thanks.

 

my first bike was a 150cc 2-stroke, and now i'm on a 300cc 4 stroke (with a 600cc supersports in between but lets disregard that for the moment).

 

there is a definite difference in power, but frankly not really a huge step up. like, enough to definitely feel, but not enough to go "wah shiok sia". in general, a 2-stroke engine produces slightly less power than a 4-stroke twice its capacity. so a 125cc 2-stroke is roughly a match for a 250cc 4 stroke in terms of power, more or less, engine configuration aside.

 

but what makes a big difference is in how that power is delivered. i've never ridden the RS125, but i'm assuming it has a typical narrow powerband. you have to drag your rpm, and once you enter that powerband, your bike starts singing.

 

but with the 4-stroke, you will feel like you're in the powerband all the time. from the moment you throttle, you feel 'good power' already being delivered to the back wheel, which continues all the way up. no powerband to chase.

 

so on your 2-stroke 125, from standstill you throttle, there is a momentary feeling of underpowered, then the power starts coming on and you start the feel the push, then it enters the powerband and you're on a roll. on the 4-stroke 300, the push comes immediately when you throttle, and starts pushing gradually harder as your rpm climbs, but no powerband rush. it doesn need a powerband rush because the 125 2-stroke is already playing catch-up from the start.

 

this also makes all your cornering (if done properly) feel much better because you're more likely doing a proper powered corner, rather than a possible underpowered corner causing you to understeer.

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It's true: it's more fun to ride a slow bike fast than to ride a fast bike slow. Admittedly, though... It is MOST fun to ride a fast bike fast!

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my first bike was a 150cc 2-stroke, and now i'm on a 300cc 4 stroke (with a 600cc supersports in between but lets disregard that for the moment).

 

there is a definite difference in power, but frankly not really a huge step up. like, enough to definitely feel, but not enough to go "wah shiok sia". in general, a 2-stroke engine produces slightly less power than a 4-stroke twice its capacity. so a 125cc 2-stroke is roughly a match for a 250cc 4 stroke in terms of power, more or less, engine configuration aside.

 

but what makes a big difference is in how that power is delivered. i've never ridden the RS125, but i'm assuming it has a typical narrow powerband. you have to drag your rpm, and once you enter that powerband, your bike starts singing.

 

but with the 4-stroke, you will feel like you're in the powerband all the time. from the moment you throttle, you feel 'good power' already being delivered to the back wheel, which continues all the way up. no powerband to chase.

 

so on your 2-stroke 125, from standstill you throttle, there is a momentary feeling of underpowered, then the power starts coming on and you start the feel the push, then it enters the powerband and you're on a roll. on the 4-stroke 300, the push comes immediately when you throttle, and starts pushing gradually harder as your rpm climbs, but no powerband rush. it doesn need a powerband rush because the 125 2-stroke is already playing catch-up from the start.

 

this also makes all your cornering (if done properly) feel much better because you're more likely doing a proper powered corner, rather than a possible underpowered corner causing you to understeer.

 

Wow! That was a very detailed and i might say what just i needed explanation. i do have to agree about the feeling of underpowered first few seconds and thats what irritates me alot. so your explanation on the r3 was really useful. thanks! I think i would get myself an r3 soon!

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Wow! That was a very detailed and i might say what just i needed explanation. i do have to agree about the feeling of underpowered first few seconds and thats what irritates me alot. so your explanation on the r3 was really useful. thanks! I think i would get myself an r3 soon!

 

 

 

Letting go my r3 millage less than 3k

Pls pm if keen

Gonna upgrade

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i just saw the letter. is it serious problem?

 

the problem will cause the bike engine stall suddenly, however it did not happen to me when i riding, only when starting of bike and moving off at gear 1, my slot is monday morning, but have to leave the bike there 1 day. as i cant go back in the evening to collect.

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how was the r3 fuel comsumption ? and engine oil every change need how many litre ?

 

fc around 22/l, never really keep track but my fuel invoice write that amount. my eo change every 4k.

 

my second hand r3 buy feb this year for 12.8k coe ending feb 2026, so i buy that time around 1 year old.

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