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Hi. This thread is for the new FZ16 Ver 2 which is known as FZ FI or FZN150 in Singapore. It is a fuel injection bike different from the carburettor in the older version. Feel free to post anything with regards to the bike here.

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Hi.

 

Just bought the bike. Collecting it in 3 hrs heehee.

Red color.

Will post again once gotten it.

Life Is Never Fair.

 

Some pple slog for the paper in their wallet.

Some slog to feed the paper to the pple w/o the wallet.

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Fifth day into ridin this new EFI FZN150.

Engine is smooth and pick up is much better than the carb versions.

Still running in. Unable to tell the FC.

6 months warranty but if carry out servicing at HL then warranty extends to 12 months.

Quite a sturdy bike with heavy vibrations.

Overall a bike that brings u from Pt A to B.

Light and easy to handle.

Life Is Never Fair.

 

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For running in, the mileage is good. Probably it's due to the fuel injection system!

July 18 2013 - Class 2B (1st time pass)

 

Dec 03 2014 - Class 2A (2nd attempt :mad:)

 

Feb 2 2016 - Class 2 (1st attempt)

 

July 26 2013 - Yamaha FZ16ST

 

Feb 2 2016 - ZX-12R A1 Model

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Fifth day into ridin this new EFI FZN150.

Engine is smooth and pick up is much better than the carb versions.

Still running in. Unable to tell the FC.

6 months warranty but if carry out servicing at HL then warranty extends to 12 months.

Quite a sturdy bike with heavy vibrations.

Overall a bike that brings u from Pt A to B.

Light and easy to handle.

Hi bro, which you bought from (which shop)? Also can share more info about & the warranty period by which shop.

Thank.

 

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Fifth day into ridin this new EFI FZN150.

Engine is smooth and pick up is much better than the carb versions.

Still running in. Unable to tell the FC.

6 months warranty but if carry out servicing at HL then warranty extends to 12 months.

Quite a sturdy bike with heavy vibrations.

Overall a bike that brings u from Pt A to B.

Light and easy to handle.

 

 

any advice on how to do a proper running? Thanks. Just gotten my ride last week :)

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any advice on how to do a proper running? Thanks. Just gotten my ride last week :)

 

Well I just runned 500km another 500km more then will go for first servicing.

 

Running just as per manual stated. First 500km do not forcefully revved till 4500rpm, which means slowly can hit 4500rpm but try not to constantly stay above 6500rpm for long duration. Another 500km to reach 1000km, within this try not to revved till 6500 forcefully.

 

I think that will be good enough. Btw just ride normal but do not revved too fast. :D

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hi all! do you think its advisable to get a new FZ FI for new rider?

 

If u dont mind the high 1st hand price, FZ V2 is a great starter bike. Just right for city riding. Excellent fuel consumption. Looks good with/without box:D Basically a pt A to B bike.

 

But then there's also the 2nd hand bike market out there. Used fz16s going for 8k - 9k COE till 2022/23 etc. Perfect if you plan to upgrade to bigger bike. Just make sure to bring an experienced rider friend along. and also the extra cash to spend on the inevitable used-bike-COCK-UP-PARTS. :slapforehead: Speaking from experience of course.

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any advice on how to do a proper running? Thanks. Just gotten my ride last week :)

 

Well I just runned 500km another 500km more then will go for first servicing.

 

Running just as per manual stated. First 500km do not forcefully revved till 4500rpm, which means slowly can hit 4500rpm but try not to constantly stay above 6500rpm for long duration. Another 500km to reach 1000km, within this try not to revved till 6500 forcefully.

 

I think that will be good enough. Btw just ride normal but do not revved too fast. :D

 

 

for running in, esp for new riders, remember to warm up the bike thoroughly before the run in. this is to ensure the parts in the bike is heat up properly to prevent any uneven wearing during the run in.

 

there is hard run in and soft run in. hard run in is to run the bike to maximum rev n let go and repeat a few times for gear 1 to 5. soft is to rev stage by stage. same, repeat a few times for gear 1 to 5. important is to rev through all gears at all range.

 

oil change, first 200km is good to change. 1 litre of oil isn't alot and during run in, metals filings are swimming in the oil so you would consider getting rid of them b4 they does real harm to your engine.

 

and for single piston engine, run in is very fast. but how to do a run in is up to individual preference. i got my own set of run in method but the basics must follow.

 

read this is u r interested but its hard run in.

http://www.mototuneusa.com/break_in_secrets.htm

 

 

happy running in!!

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Hi. I just passed few months ago and am looking at this bike. so far how is the bike? Anywhere recommended so I won't get chopped? Thanks in advance? Cheers! :)

 

Go to well known dealers.. eg asphoon, s1 motoring, albert motors, uniquemotosports....n ask, then compare their prices. Nt much diff la. +/- abit only. first hand bikes not many risk compared to 2nd hand. Or ask ur rider friends?

 

Moto so far so good. But low top speed, even at 90kph++ only engine grumbling alrd... lol.

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