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hi bros, i need your assistance, i have a daelim vt evolution model 2001, and i was just wondering, if the phantom back rims is compatible with daelim rims? cos my back rims 'teeth' the part where your chain loop around, is kinda "screwed" due to an incident where my chain got stuck in between those area. any advice whether the rims are compatible and which shp is recommended and the price wise? thanks a mill!

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Motoworld @ City Boutique had shifted to:-

 

161 Lavender Street, Lavender Place Unit #01-12

 

Thank you for your alerting. I have already added in the new address in the first posting.

 

Cheers!

Four wheels move the body. Two wheels move the soul.

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hi bros, i need your assistance, i have a daelim vt evolution model 2001, and i was just wondering, if the phantom back rims is compatible with daelim rims? cos my back rims 'teeth' the part where your chain loop around, is kinda "screwed" due to an incident where my chain got stuck in between those area. any advice whether the rims are compatible and which shp is recommended and the price wise? thanks a mill!

 

Precisely with what tingchiyen have said! You would just need to change the rear sprocket. Do check out with Choong Kok for the price or with your favorite or frequent motor shop.

 

Cheers!

Four wheels move the body. Two wheels move the soul.

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hi bros, i need your assistance, i have a daelim vt evolution model 2001, and i was just wondering, if the phantom back rims is compatible with daelim rims? cos my back rims 'teeth' the part where your chain loop around, is kinda "screwed" due to an incident where my chain got stuck in between those area. any advice whether the rims are compatible and which shp is recommended and the price wise? thanks a mill!

 

if your wheel is damaged in the process...a chong (mr. planet/phantom) sold me a second for $80(for a phantom)..including the bearings not sure he will give u the sproket...u can always confirm with him for the fit/price..

Never argue with an idiot. They'll bring you down to their level and beat you with experience every time:dot:

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hi everyone, to all cruiser riders, i am handling a design project on middle aged, hence i looked into the aspect of riding harley davidson or big cruisers to be of a class pitched to the middle aged, i know that many younger generations love to ride the harley davidson chopper, i am one of them.

 

Hence i got some questions and maybe some enquiries on any problems while riding on road trips etc. Problems maybe with the climate, environment or maybe the weight of the chopper that could be ease with the help of a new design.

 

One example maybe the middle aged will have problems lifting the motorcycle up after falling and it could be an additional addon to lift the bike up instantly.

 

On another instant i wish to know why harley davidson will be an ideal lifestyle for the middle aged and how it blends into your lives and what can be the most ideal word or phrase you will identify this great sport.

 

So i wish to learn more about this lifestyle and i welcome any suggestions and problems.

 

i can be contactable at this email [email protected] , really hope to learn alot more about you all.

Thanks

 

Soon to be rider Eason.

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Ride To Live, Live To Ride, Dodge The Cams, And Cruise With Love

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Hi all, i'm currently awaiting my Bday so i can enrol for my bike license.. can't wait for it! I just have one thing to ask, is it possible for one to ride a chopper simillar to those on American Chopper?

 

Can.. in the US loh. American Choppers... Do you have US100K? They may build one for you. :)

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American Ironhorse

 

Can some rich dude be the singapore dealer? :)

 

 

Great web site bro:thumb: :thumb: . Question to ask : Will this kind of bikes be allowed by the authority(ROV) to be ride in SG road n ..etc.... If cnot why lel?In other asian country they can do modification n alteration to a FULL stock bike but in sg wah... very difficult one.They surely say no...no... not for the sg kinda of society.Hiazzz..:sian: :sian:

Cheers bro. Ride Safe Be Safe Always.:angel: :angel:

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Great web site bro:thumb: :thumb: . Question to ask : Will this kind of bikes be allowed by the authority(ROV) to be ride in SG road n ..etc.... If cnot why lel?In other asian country they can do modification n alteration to a FULL stock bike but in sg wah... very difficult one.They surely say no...no... not for the sg kinda of society.Hiazzz..:sian: :sian:

 

Go speakers corner and start a protest ar bro.....then you will be heard...

 

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Hi all, i'm currently awaiting my Bday so i can enrol for my bike license.. can't wait for it! I just have one thing to ask, is it possible for one to ride a chopper simillar to those on American Chopper?

 

Yes and no. The license you are enrolling for, I assume is class 2B? American chopper are typically in class 2 range. But, it is possible for one to modify and customize a class 2B cruiser to look like an American chopper in smaller size. However, to ride it on Singapore road, you will be required to sent the bike to LTA for series of inspection to obtain the necessary approval which usually is likely to fail the inspection to ride it on our road be it a class 2B, 2A or 2 category. Other alternatively is ride the bike illegally and pray that you don't see any ROV patrolling around.

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Great web site bro:thumb: :thumb: . Question to ask : Will this kind of bikes be allowed by the authority(ROV) to be ride in SG road n ..etc.... If cnot why lel?In other asian country they can do modification n alteration to a FULL stock bike but in sg wah... very difficult one.They surely say no...no... not for the sg kinda of society.Hiazzz..:sian: :sian:

 

The correct authority is LTA. ROV is just another entity working on behalf for LTA to fulfill the same role of vehicle inspection on our road.

 

All motorcycle is not allowed to undergo such modification or customization as these motorcycles are not certified by manufacturer to be road worthy. Thus, our authority has to ensure the riders has to be the least ensure of their safety, riding a motorcycle that is certified road worthy by the manufacturers.

 

The same law applied in most other countries as well. If you are not aware, the law enforcers in most other Asian countries with exception of Thailand and Philippines to as far as my understanding from Japan, Korea, China, India and Malaysia are just being lenient or xxxx. I have skipped Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos because big motorcycles are almost non-existence in these countries.

Four wheels move the body. Two wheels move the soul.

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Hi guys...

 

First of all, i want to introduce my self.

my name is Joe

Now, i am stay in Jakarta, Indonesia.

I am looking for used bike (motorcycle) minimum 1000-1500 CC

For examples; Honda Valkery (touring model), Honda ST 1100 (sport touring), Yamaha FJR 1300 or Honda X4.

Well, it must Good condition, all in still originals, machine & radiator must dry, and the last, must be ready to use...

For that bike, i have no much budget (S$6000 - S$7000) No. Paper its okay!!

If you have any information about that, please do not hesitate to send me an email to : [email protected]

or SMS to my mobile +628129972323

Note: Feb 10 - 14, 2009, i am in Singapore, maybe we can meet to discuss or you can pick up me to survey.

Thank you very much...

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Hi guys...

 

First of all, i want to introduce my self.

my name is Joe

Now, i am stay in Jakarta, Indonesia.

I am looking for used bike (motorcycle) minimum 1000-1500 CC

For examples; Honda Valkery (touring model), Honda ST 1100 (sport touring), Yamaha FJR 1300 or Honda X4.

Well, it must Good condition, all in still originals, machine & radiator must dry, and the last, must be ready to use...

For that bike, i have no much budget (S$6000 - S$7000) No. Paper its okay!!

If you have any information about that, please do not hesitate to send me an email to : [email protected]

or SMS to my mobile +628129972323

Note: Feb 10 - 14, 2009, i am in Singapore, maybe we can meet to discuss or you can pick up me to survey.

Thank you very much...

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Hi guys, I'm enquiring for my fren who is Malaysian...

How much does a rectifier for a Kawa Vulcan 1500 cost?

The shop which he sent at Malaysia quoted him $600+ juz for the rectifier...

The difference between men and boys is the lessons they learn

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Hi guys...

 

First of all, i want to introduce my self.

my name is Joe

Now, i am stay in Jakarta, Indonesia.

I am looking for used bike (motorcycle) minimum 1000-1500 CC

For examples; Honda Valkery (touring model), Honda ST 1100 (sport touring), Yamaha FJR 1300 or Honda X4.

Well, it must Good condition, all in still originals, machine & radiator must dry, and the last, must be ready to use...

For that bike, i have no much budget (S$6000 - S$7000) No. Paper its okay!!

If you have any information about that, please do not hesitate to send me an email to : [email protected]

or SMS to my mobile +628129972323

Note: Feb 10 - 14, 2009, i am in Singapore, maybe we can meet to discuss or you can pick up me to survey.

Thank you very much...

 

Hi... I am rather attracted to the fact that u r looking for a big cc bike, here in Singapore...

 

First of all, u may want to consider looking under the ST1100 thread

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=74039, BotakMonk is selling off his ST1100 http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?p=5336900#post5336900

However, the market price for an ST1100 is about $7.5-10k, it may not be within ur budget, but if u negotiate well enough, who knows?

 

Next, for an FJR1300, u may look at this thread http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=67783

However, for an FJR1300, market value is definitely above 10k... But u may want to try your luck with the earlier models...

 

I'm not too sure about the Valkyrie or the X4, so u might wana check out the other threads and Singapore bike shops... Whateva ur choice is, I wish u all the best in ur bike search!!! Please update us on what bike u got and how much u bought it for... (It can give us a clearer, more updated market value report)

Some riders fail to realise that we don't belong in the same Class....

We don't need to make ANY effort to attract attention on the roads." - a CHOSEN ONE

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The correct authority is LTA. ROV is just another entity working on behalf for LTA to fulfill the same role of vehicle inspection on our road.

 

All motorcycle is not allowed to undergo such modification or customization as these motorcycles are not certified by manufacturer to be road worthy. Thus, our authority has to ensure the riders has to be the least ensure of their safety, riding a motorcycle that is certified road worthy by the manufacturers.

 

The same law applied in most other countries as well. If you are not aware, the law enforcers in most other Asian countries with exception of Thailand and Philippines to as far as my understanding from Japan, Korea, China, India and Malaysia are just being lenient or xxxx. I have skipped Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos because big motorcycles are almost non-existence in these countries.

 

 

I'm interested to mod my bike 'illegally'... Anyone know where we can go and order moulded parts to fix on headlights, handlebars etc?

Some riders fail to realise that we don't belong in the same Class....

We don't need to make ANY effort to attract attention on the roads." - a CHOSEN ONE

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I'm interested to mod my bike 'illegally'... Anyone know where we can go and order moulded parts to fix on headlights, handlebars etc?

 

Wat kind of mod bro......fix on are just add-ons....

 

Wat bike?

 

Pm me...

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