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Hey guys, I'm thinking of getting a new Revo. Does anyone have any recommendations on which shop I should get it from? Also are shops bringing in the Revo with Red/White paint scheme? Thanks everyone!

 

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Hey guys, I'm thinking of getting a new Revo. Does anyone have any recommendations on which shop I should get it from? Also are shops bringing in the Revo with Red/White paint scheme? Thanks everyone!

 

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Bought mine from speedway last year. Authorised dealer do not bring in Super Four Revo anymore, as I know. They are promoting the parallel twin CB400 series as I know. Try asking well-known bike shops. They may have the red/white paint that you are looking for. Good luck in yur search.

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I was shopping for a brand new late last year. The shop I went told me that the new Revo only comes with the usual single color and at that point, the shop had blue ones. In the end, I settled for the previous model since it was cheaper by 3k compared to the new model.

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Bought mine from speedway last year. Authorised dealer do not bring in Super Four Revo anymore, as I know. They are promoting the parallel twin CB400 series as I know. Try asking well-known bike shops. They may have the red/white paint that you are looking for. Good luck in yur search.

The parallel twin one not as powerful as a super 4

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Yes. Mine is the new Revo with digital gear shift display. The parallel twin cannot make it for me.

 

maybe shld get the kawasaki er 6n...it have a parallel twin on 65hp....shld be able to make it for u boss...or a tdm900...one of the largest parallel twins with around 86hp on tap....

I ride at 70km/hr only...please please dont blow2 at me or overtake me dangerously....wait i change into Incredible Hulk n dont know why my little baby bike will always be ahead of u if u do that

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maybe shld get the kawasaki er 6n...it have a parallel twin on 65hp....shld be able to make it for u boss...or a tdm900...one of the largest parallel twins with around 86hp on tap....

 

Of course Bro, I believe that there are parallel or V twins out there that has much higher power. By comparison of the Super Four and new CB400 twins, the power feel do not add up for the twins in this case lah, for me.

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I just bought a Super 4 Spec 1 and it came with the below shown after market exhaust. Does anyone knows what exhaust is this? There is no labels or anything on it. Is it street legal? Please input your comments, thanks!

 

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Mar 2008 - Oct 2009: Yamaha WR 200

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Anyone encountered fuel gauge not showing full after refuelling? I changed my fuel pump last year, surely can't be the same problem?

 

The float is on a thin steel wire that is easily bent. I would remove the fuel pump assembly and then move the float up and down to see if it will register full on the guage. If full can be shown then I'd try to bend the wire downwards a little and try again. WARNING: this could get quite frustrating and time consuming as you empty and fill the tank to get it right. If you kept the old one, compare the two and see if it looks out of shape. Good luck.

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The float is on a thin steel wire that is easily bent. I would remove the fuel pump assembly and then move the float up and down to see if it will register full on the guage. If full can be shown then I'd try to bend the wire downwards a little and try again. WARNING: this could get quite frustrating and time consuming as you empty and fill the tank to get it right. If you kept the old one, compare the two and see if it looks out of shape. Good luck.

 

Ughh such hassle! Anyway thanks bro! Will head down to shop and tell them what to do.

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hi everyone.. im wondering if it's necessary to replace the radiator guard with an aftermarket one cuz the shop i went told me to change it. he mentioned something bout preventing stones entering the radiator. but the way i look at it it's pretty much the same as the OEM ones.. just that the OEM ones are "grill" kind while the aftermarket ones are "holes".. any thoughts?

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hi everyone.. im wondering if it's necessary to replace the radiator guard with an aftermarket one cuz the shop i went told me to change it. he mentioned something bout preventing stones entering the radiator. but the way i look at it it's pretty much the same as the OEM ones.. just that the OEM ones are "grill" kind while the aftermarket ones are "holes".. any thoughts?

 

may diy wire mesh to fix on original guard

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Hi guys..anyone here riding the new CB400 that has gear indicator?

I have problems duno how to read the new meter. Even the Manuals Instruction is not in English.

or do u guys knw where can I download the manuals? Thanks in advance guys.. ;)

Vespa PX150

Honda SP 150

WR 200 Yamaha

Honda SP 150

Gilera Runner 200

Super 4 Version S 400

Super 4 Spec 3 400

FZ1-N 1000

 

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