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[Group] SBF Yamaha Nouvo


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So far i onli saw 3 types of nouvo,not sure whether there are others.. the old model is the one with one piece headlight,followed by the new model of nouvo and nouvo MX. MX is made in Thailand and nouvo is from Malaysia..

 

thanx bro for the info. guess the 1 i saw is the old 1. 1.2k consider ok for the old model nouvo? and how abt the maintenance? currently looking for a transport bike to bring me ard.

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thanx bro for the info. guess the 1 i saw is the old 1. 1.2k consider ok for the old model nouvo? and how abt the maintenance? currently looking for a transport bike to bring me ard.

 

 

Hi, I got the old Nouvo as well......price $1.6K at last Dec 07....FX plate, condition 7/10 with insurance, transfer fees, new helmet, new Givi box and some parts resprayed.......so if $1.2K for a FW plate quite good!

 

It's great bike for transport......very easy to handle and surprisingly, offer a good pickup for a 115cc 4 stroke engine......full tank is 5L and u will pump abt 4.7L~4.8L at most.......FC for me ard 32-36km/l (manual calculation).....I mostly pump ard 4L coz kiasu a bit n dun want to end up with no petrol on the road.....less than 200km.....sianz with the small tank, other than that, I really love this bike for transport......

 

maintenance wise, cheap cheap...using semi-syn FUCHS for $12 during servicing.....2-3K mileague change oil, I think I change every 2K coz it takes me more than half a year to hit 2K as my Nouvo is my alternative transport.....heard the belt and rollers have to change every 10k~20K mileague depending on usage, price ard $70......I will go to change soon coz dunno previous rider change when though the shop claimed they had changed a new one for me(nah!)

All my bikes over the years......

Yamaha TZR125 / Cagiva Blues 125 / Kawasaki Eliminator 400 /

Yamaha TZR 250 / Suzuki Bandit 400 / Yamaha RXK 135 / Suzuki Burgman 250 /

Yamaha Nouvo 115 / Honda Silverwing 400 / Yamaha Fino 115 /

My current bike Fazer FZ6 S2

http://i615.photobucket.com/albums/tt237/Nic73PB/me-1.jpg

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Hi, I got the old Nouvo as well......price $1.6K at last Dec 07....FX plate, condition 7/10 with insurance, transfer fees, new helmet, new Givi box and some parts resprayed.......so if $1.2K for a FW plate quite good!

 

It's great bike for transport......very easy to handle and surprisingly, offer a good pickup for a 115cc 4 stroke engine......full tank is 5L and u will pump abt 4.7L~4.8L at most.......FC for me ard 32-36km/l (manual calculation).....I mostly pump ard 4L coz kiasu a bit n dun want to end up with no petrol on the road.....less than 200km.....sianz with the small tank, other than that, I really love this bike for transport......

 

maintenance wise, cheap cheap...using semi-syn FUCHS for $12 during servicing.....2-3K mileague change oil, I think I change every 2K coz it takes me more than half a year to hit 2K as my Nouvo is my alternative transport.....heard the belt and rollers have to change every 10k~20K mileague depending on usage, price ard $70......I will go to change soon coz dunno previous rider change when though the shop claimed they had changed a new one for me(nah!)

 

bro thanx for the info. btw ur nouvo comes w sportsrim? cuz the 1 i saw doesn't come w and i was thinking how much is it to get it changed?

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mine doesn't comes with sport rims and I didn't opt to changed them.....of course u may changed them if u wish to.....why not ask the shop who is selling to change it and u top up some cash? may be cheaper?

All my bikes over the years......

Yamaha TZR125 / Cagiva Blues 125 / Kawasaki Eliminator 400 /

Yamaha TZR 250 / Suzuki Bandit 400 / Yamaha RXK 135 / Suzuki Burgman 250 /

Yamaha Nouvo 115 / Honda Silverwing 400 / Yamaha Fino 115 /

My current bike Fazer FZ6 S2

http://i615.photobucket.com/albums/tt237/Nic73PB/me-1.jpg

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Get a nouvo, best transport bike! Some info...

 

for maintainance,

E.O : semi-synth oil every 2k, $14,

plug: after 2 oil change(if neccessary). i'm usin the plug used in wave, $5 only, damn cheap

F.C: 38-40 km/L

Belt/roller: $100(a bit ex) at hong leong, yamaha, last you 20k; normal bike shop will say 12-15k. also don't know who to trust..

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New Nouvo 135cc coming to our shore very soon..:angel:

My Rides

Yamaha Nouvo MX - Sep 2006

Honda CB400 Spec II - Nov 2007

Yamaha Nouvo Elegance - Oct 2008

Suzuki GSXR 600 K6 - June 2009

Gilera Fuoco 500 - Dec 2009

Honda CB1000R - July 2011

Harley Davidson Sportster Forty Eight - Dec 2012 (Current)

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trade with what bike?

My Rides

Yamaha Nouvo MX - Sep 2006

Honda CB400 Spec II - Nov 2007

Yamaha Nouvo Elegance - Oct 2008

Suzuki GSXR 600 K6 - June 2009

Gilera Fuoco 500 - Dec 2009

Honda CB1000R - July 2011

Harley Davidson Sportster Forty Eight - Dec 2012 (Current)

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i heard from wing yap,they mention soon,but i also not sure how soon izzit..:cheeky:

My Rides

Yamaha Nouvo MX - Sep 2006

Honda CB400 Spec II - Nov 2007

Yamaha Nouvo Elegance - Oct 2008

Suzuki GSXR 600 K6 - June 2009

Gilera Fuoco 500 - Dec 2009

Honda CB1000R - July 2011

Harley Davidson Sportster Forty Eight - Dec 2012 (Current)

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On February 2008 Yamaha Motor Company in Thailand has launch new Nouvo Elegance for their market, the major changes in this motorcycle are the engine, the engine power are now has increase from 115cc to 135cc (11 horsepower). In addition, the engine block are now made from DiASil (die-cast aluminum cylinder) which is more lightweight while giving it a theorically power-to-weight ratio, to eliminate engine overheating while long journey, liquid-cooled radiator are now installed at the right side of the engine, as a result it giving more performance and reliability to the engine.hope this help.

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Hi everyone, i fitted a Polini variator on my Nouvo and the performance improved. Incidently, the Polini variator for the 2T Yamaha Aerox 100cc, Aprilia Scarabeo100 fits on the Nouvo without any modification. I use 8.8g Polini rollers and both pick up and top end was much better. I went on to do much more than that by changing everything in the crank. Since Polini does not produce the parts specifically for Nouvo i did not know what to expect. I used a Aerox50cc Polini rear pulley system. You will need to cut a little bit of the top (bottom no need) of the crankcase as the polini is slightly bigger than stock. For the clutch (use Dia 107) i use lightweight Kitaco clutch and Koso Vented clutch drum. Engine modified to standard size Sonic Piston and some work done on the valve. Carburetor is Keihin PE24 and ignition coil is by NB Racing (from thailand). Take note that if you increase the piston size for Nouvo, you will need to use a modified starter motor and aftermarket battery. The stock starter motor is not very good and very soon you will be kick starting your bike and mods above 125cc not very fun to kick start especially on a cold morning. If you are good with machining, you can customise a small bracket to fit a Honda Sonic starter motor to your nouvo. This is the best way, press the start switch one or twice the bike will start. As for CDi, iam using stock ones and havent decided what brand to buy yet.

 

I hope this information is helpful. You do not need to do so much, changing the Variator is good enough.

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Hie everyone

i'm new in this forum so i hope the old birds can help me out here.. i riding a nouvo sport if im not wrong coz my uncle gave it to me..its sporty to me but the cover set is very bad already so i jus wonderin whe can i get a new one at?thanks as in the whole set..:)

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haha....coz the nouvo community quite small bah.....i haven log on for weeks liao.....

 

btw, what do u mean by "cover set"?

All my bikes over the years......

Yamaha TZR125 / Cagiva Blues 125 / Kawasaki Eliminator 400 /

Yamaha TZR 250 / Suzuki Bandit 400 / Yamaha RXK 135 / Suzuki Burgman 250 /

Yamaha Nouvo 115 / Honda Silverwing 400 / Yamaha Fino 115 /

My current bike Fazer FZ6 S2

http://i615.photobucket.com/albums/tt237/Nic73PB/me-1.jpg

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Hi everyone, i fitted a Polini variator on my Nouvo and the performance improved. Incidently, the Polini variator for the 2T Yamaha Aerox 100cc, Aprilia Scarabeo100 fits on the Nouvo without any modification. I use 8.8g Polini rollers and both pick up and top end was much better. I went on to do much more than that by changing everything in the crank. Since Polini does not produce the parts specifically for Nouvo i did not know what to expect. I used a Aerox50cc Polini rear pulley system. You will need to cut a little bit of the top (bottom no need) of the crankcase as the polini is slightly bigger than stock. For the clutch (use Dia 107) i use lightweight Kitaco clutch and Koso Vented clutch drum. Engine modified to standard size Sonic Piston and some work done on the valve. Carburetor is Keihin PE24 and ignition coil is by NB Racing (from thailand). Take note that if you increase the piston size for Nouvo, you will need to use a modified starter motor and aftermarket battery. The stock starter motor is not very good and very soon you will be kick starting your bike and mods above 125cc not very fun to kick start especially on a cold morning. If you are good with machining, you can customise a small bracket to fit a Honda Sonic starter motor to your nouvo. This is the best way, press the start switch one or twice the bike will start. As for CDi, iam using stock ones and havent decided what brand to buy yet.

 

I hope this information is helpful. You do not need to do so much, changing the Variator is good enough.

wow,racing sia bro..everything also changed..:cheeky:

My Rides

Yamaha Nouvo MX - Sep 2006

Honda CB400 Spec II - Nov 2007

Yamaha Nouvo Elegance - Oct 2008

Suzuki GSXR 600 K6 - June 2009

Gilera Fuoco 500 - Dec 2009

Honda CB1000R - July 2011

Harley Davidson Sportster Forty Eight - Dec 2012 (Current)

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Hi everyone, i fitted a Polini variator on my Nouvo and the performance improved. Incidently, the Polini variator for the 2T Yamaha Aerox 100cc, Aprilia Scarabeo100 fits on the Nouvo without any modification. I use 8.8g Polini rollers and both pick up and top end was much better. I went on to do much more than that by changing everything in the crank. Since Polini does not produce the parts specifically for Nouvo i did not know what to expect. I used a Aerox50cc Polini rear pulley system. You will need to cut a little bit of the top (bottom no need) of the crankcase as the polini is slightly bigger than stock. For the clutch (use Dia 107) i use lightweight Kitaco clutch and Koso Vented clutch drum. Engine modified to standard size Sonic Piston and some work done on the valve. Carburetor is Keihin PE24 and ignition coil is by NB Racing (from thailand). Take note that if you increase the piston size for Nouvo, you will need to use a modified starter motor and aftermarket battery. The stock starter motor is not very good and very soon you will be kick starting your bike and mods above 125cc not very fun to kick start especially on a cold morning. If you are good with machining, you can customise a small bracket to fit a Honda Sonic starter motor to your nouvo. This is the best way, press the start switch one or twice the bike will start. As for CDi, iam using stock ones and havent decided what brand to buy yet.

 

I hope this information is helpful. You do not need to do so much, changing the Variator is good enough.

 

Hmm.... i should try it on my fino since their engine is identical.

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hello nouvo riders. wondering if i ask this question. does the shape of the nouvo mx and nouvo s the same? or isit one is bigger than the other? Anybody can enlighten me with the difference between Nouvo MX and Nouvo S? practically everything. Thanks.

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hello nouvo riders. wondering if i ask this question. does the shape of the nouvo mx and nouvo s the same? or isit one is bigger than the other? Anybody can enlighten me with the difference between Nouvo MX and Nouvo S? practically everything. Thanks.

 

yo rizald, so you got urself a nuovo already? you seem keen way..... back man..

basically nouvo mx and s not much diff except for the place of manufacture. ms from thailand and s from malaysia. both 115cc. the display panel color is diff too, mx is blue, s is yellow, other than that not much diff...

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