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post Feb 25 2010, 11:14 AM


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Some of them claimed these bike are from singapore (cheap?)

Are these bieks worth it? kindly help. thinking of buying the bike coz kinda cheap.

.Price
.is it stolen?
.what if the police / JPJ stop me will they seize the bike?
.will I be tax for these bike?
.other than maintenance issue ...

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Price:  RM 22 000     Reg. year: 2003   

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Price:  RM 22 000     Reg. year: 2001   

Superbike Yamaha R1
motor tip top
Reg Year 2001
coe 2011
harga beleh nego



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Price:  RM 19 000     Reg. year: 2000   

Yamaha R1 tahun 2000
ada dokumen
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ti top condition...
motor ada di johor bahru.



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Price:  RM 21 800    Reg. year: 2002   

Singapore registered bike...
Mileage 80k...
2nd owner..
Full Black
stock endcan
HID
Tyres Michelin2 CT
Servicing done every 3000km
Gear indicator
Carbon Fibre rear hugger
Rear shock serv 6mth ago
stock damper serv 2mth ago.




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Price:  RM 20 500     Reg. year: 2001   

A great Superbike to be passed on to another Superbikers.

Guys, I'm letting go my R1, as I'm planning to upgrade in near future. The bike is in excellent riding condition. Never had any accident under my ownership.

Riding the R1 is such an enjoy experience. You should be able to have such fun as well, be it on the open road or in the race track.

The bike has been modded over period, the pick up is well transfered from the throttle. You can definitely feel it, at any gear state.

This is a weekend bike. Used only to achieve the Rossi adrenalin rush.

The bike is currently well maintained by professional mechanic/rider in Shah Alam.

The bike has been tested over Karak highway several times, never failed. The handling is superb.



Added on February 25, 2010, 11:20 amWhat shud i ask from the seller. Geran? maintenance sheet and others?

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QUOTE(enjoice @ Feb 25 2010, 11:14 AM)
Some of them claimed these bike are from singapore (cheap?)

Are these bieks worth it? kindly help. thinking of buying the bike coz kinda cheap.

.Price
.is it stolen?
.what if the police / JPJ stop me will they seize the bike?
.will I be tax for these bike?
.other than maintenance issue ...

Source from Mudah.my

Added on February 25, 2010, 11:20 amWhat shud i ask from the seller. Geran? maintenance sheet and others?
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price = cheap
need complete legal docs 2 b on m'sian road
need to hav sing address and bike license
bike is already tax there but not here. (that's y is cheap)
need to hav valid insurance here...
maintenance issues are depending on what bike/age u'r getting

good luck... once you got all those...can join me for a sunday ride... thumbup.gif
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post Feb 25 2010, 11:25 AM


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should ask in superbikemalaysia forum. a lot of biker with experience of owning a SG registered bike there.
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QUOTE(robertngo @ Feb 25 2010, 11:25 AM)
should ask in superbikemalaysia forum. a lot of biker with experience of owning a SG registered bike there.
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yeap.

check out msportbike.com as well

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post Feb 25 2010, 12:00 PM


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QUOTE(MISMan @ Feb 25 2010, 11:24 AM)
price = cheap
need complete legal docs 2 b on m'sian road
need to hav sing address and bike license
bike is already tax there but not here. (that's y is cheap)
need to hav valid insurance here...
maintenance issues are depending on what bike/age u'r getting

good luck... once you got all those...can join me for a sunday ride... thumbup.gif
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hmmm how to see if the document are legal / genuine ?

so the bike wont be tax here?

What are the documents to have before i can start riding the bike here in Malaysia?


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post Feb 25 2010, 12:05 PM


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you must be rich.....if not, you perhaps are able to buy it with cash, but maintianing it is killing !
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post Feb 25 2010, 12:12 PM


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QUOTE(MISMan @ Feb 25 2010, 11:24 AM)
good luck... once you got all those...can join me for a sunday ride... thumbup.gif
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sunday i wanna tidor la ... sweat.gif tongue.gif


QUOTE(am_eniey @ Feb 25 2010, 12:05 PM)
you must be rich.....if not, you perhaps are able to buy it with cash, but maintianing it is killing !
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i am not rich bro, i hope the seller able to do installment ?
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it's not about paying cash or installment....it's the maintainence that matters. btw, have you ride a cluthced bike before? have B full ? how many years experience?

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post Feb 25 2010, 12:45 PM


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nope. wanna get the license soon. can u list out the maintanence for typical 600 cc, as that you know. thankx
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QUOTE(am_eniey @ Feb 25 2010, 12:15 PM)
it's not about paying cash or installment....it's the maintainence that matters. btw, have you ride a cluthced bike before? have B full ? how many years experience?
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Maintenance is not that expensive if u get a decent jap bike. They'r quite reliable.

ALL sing bike normally trade in CASH.

Once u hav the bike, your sunday is going to be different. U won't spend ur time sleeping....coz there are more important REASON to get up!


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QUOTE(enjoice @ Feb 25 2010, 12:45 PM)
nope. wanna get the license soon. can u list out the maintanence for typical 600 cc, as that you know. thankx
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if you don't have such experience, i suggest you buy a cheap 4th hand RR, TZM or RXZ and rumble with the bike, get used with the clutch and everything else. Get used to it until the bike is destroyed...I don't wanna hear you destroy your brand new big bike...

believe me, I have several friends who owns big bikes. Once I had an idea of owning one, but those are the things they suggested to me. Until now, still put my intention on hold.

Remember, these bikes have the speed of a ferrari. Maintainence wise, they are more or less the same. Always use ultra high performance parts.

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QUOTE(am_eniey @ Feb 25 2010, 12:50 PM)
if you don't have such experience, i suggest you buy a cheap 4th hand RR, TZM or RXZ and rumble with the bike, get used with the clutch and everything else. Get used to it until the bike is destroyed...I don't wanna hear you destroy your brand new big bike...

believe me, I have several friends who owns big bikes. Once I had an idea of owning one, but those are the things they suggested to me. Until now, still put my intention on hold.
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post Feb 25 2010, 01:12 PM


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QUOTE(MISMan @ Feb 25 2010, 12:50 PM)
Maintenance is not that expensive if u get a decent jap bike. They'r quite reliable.

ALL sing bike normally trade in CASH.

Once u hav the bike, your sunday is going to be different. U won't spend ur time sleeping....coz there are more important REASON to get up!
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LOL i will see about that


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but buying another bike means i dont have money to buy a bike anymore ....


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QUOTE(enjoice @ Feb 25 2010, 01:12 PM)
LOL i will see about that
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but buying another bike means i dont have money to buy a bike anymore ....
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Your choice.
CHeap way of maintenance is ok too. around $100 per service.
Expensive maintenance will give more performance (kn filter, motul 5100, irridium sparks, etc) cost more than $300)

Most expensive ones:

1) Front n rear tyres -around 1k per over 1++++KM
2.) Road tax (Sing bike COE renewal)
3.) accessories for your b****iness (exhaust, decal, helmet, jacket, glove, boot, etc)
4.) Break-down

Be sure to be financially stable/ready for all these expenses.

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post Feb 25 2010, 02:52 PM


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If i wanna buy a Singapore registered bikes which had been brought to Malaysia, do i need to pay any kind of taxes?
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QUOTE(am_eniey @ Feb 25 2010, 12:50 PM)
if you don't have such experience, i suggest you buy a cheap 4th hand RR, TZM or RXZ and rumble with the bike, get used with the clutch and everything else. Get used to it until the bike is destroyed...I don't wanna hear you destroy your brand new big bike...

believe me, I have several friends who owns big bikes. Once I had an idea of owning one, but those are the things they suggested to me. Until now, still put my intention on hold.

Remember, these bikes have the speed of a ferrari. Maintainence wise, they are more or less the same. Always use ultra high performance parts.
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my colleague who had no experience riding a bike AT ALL, not even a honda ex5 just recently went straight to get a B full license, bought a second hand ER6N and is now riding the bike everyday to work with an L. All within 2 months or less. so far he tried speed up to 150kmph on his bike d.

Nothing is impossible man. just get proper safety gear and ride safely
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The thing is, even if you already have all the documents ready, our JPJ and Custom here dont really like seeing Malaysian riding Singapore or Thailand registered bike.

Thats the facht.

First timer? Dont touch the 600 or liter bike yet, get yourself 150cc 2 stroke first.

Dont commit suicide.


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my colleague who had no experience riding a bike AT ALL, not even a honda ex5 just recently went straight to get a B full license, bought a second hand ER6N and is now riding the bike everyday to work with an L. All within 2 months or less. so far he tried speed up to 150kmph on his bike d.

Nothing is impossible man. just get proper safety gear and ride safely
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Well, here is the problem :

You are comparing the modest, everyday usage ER6N against all those track focused sportsbike TS shown.

While the ER6N have two cylinder 650cc, if you pit it against a four cylinder R6 ("only" 600cc) guess who will win?

Kawasaki trying to market the ER6n as the bike for beginners, did you ever see them market their ZX6RR as bike for beginners? No?

150kph? Even the cheap 2stroker ZX150 can reach 150kph with beginners rider easily bro.

In the end, it depends why you want the bike? Everyday "uncle" ride or "proper" sportsbike riding?

Tepuk dada tanya poket whistling.gif

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post Feb 25 2010, 10:36 PM


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QUOTE(MISMan @ Feb 25 2010, 11:24 AM)
price = cheap
need complete legal docs 2 b on m'sian road
need to hav sing address and bike license
bike is already tax there but not here. (that's y is cheap)
need to hav valid insurance here...
maintenance issues are depending on what bike/age u'r getting

good luck... once you got all those...can join me for a sunday ride... thumbup.gif
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hi there, how do i get the Singapore license with my Malaysia B2 license? Did I need to take any test?
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QUOTE(dARKaNGEl @ Feb 25 2010, 07:54 PM)
my colleague who had no experience riding a bike AT ALL, not even a honda ex5 just recently went straight to get a B full license, bought a second hand ER6N and is now riding the bike everyday to work with an L. All within 2 months or less. so far he tried speed up to 150kmph on his bike d.

Nothing is impossible man. just get proper safety gear and ride safely
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er6n is a BEGINNERS bike bro. it's so small, ppl always wonder is it really 650.. its a 400cc sized bike. but its ride n handling is pretty nifty......
beginners really enjoyed it, experts oso loved it, coz it enhances the riding experience...

n if u try zx6r, u'll be amazed how different they r...
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QUOTE(EyraYus @ Feb 25 2010, 08:12 PM)
The thing is, even if you already have all the documents ready, our JPJ and Custom here dont really like seeing Malaysian riding Singapore or Thailand registered bike.

Thats the facht.

First timer? Dont touch the 600 or liter bike yet, get yourself 150cc 2 stroke first.

Dont commit suicide.


Added on February 25, 2010, 8:16 pm

Well, here is the problem :

You are comparing the modest, everyday usage ER6N against all those track focused sportsbike TS shown.

While the ER6N have two cylinder 650cc, if you pit it against a four cylinder R6 ("only" 600cc) guess who will win?

Kawasaki trying to market the ER6n as the bike for beginners, did you ever see them market their ZX6RR as bike for beginners? No?

150kph? Even the cheap 2stroker ZX150 can reach 150kph with beginners rider easily bro.

In the end, it depends why you want the bike? Everyday "uncle" ride or "proper" sportsbike riding?

Tepuk dada tanya poket  whistling.gif
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The word from a rider that used to be a Kawa cup rider.... biggrin.gif

BTW,what he said is true.try to get something less powerful for start,like ZXR400 to old R6(not to heavy or too powerful like newer generation,still abit hard to tame if you compare it with the naked/street bike,let say ER6N or XJ600 which I have tried both before. )

Singapore bike is cheap compare to malaysian bike,but you need lotsa knowledge & be careful when parked it because it was favourite among theft due to great demand for cheap spare part/trash bike for trackday use especially sportsbike.

Yes,go to Superbikemalaysia or Msportbike for more details although a singaporean ownership tips & guide to owning one is a bit like taboo...but I know some of them has experience of owning several of them & use it as daily ride.

Do more research about it.I also like to own one as track bike but need to think about my street,daily ride first before all the fun come in handy.
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QUOTE(impreza @ Feb 25 2010, 10:36 PM)
hi there, how do i get the Singapore license with my Malaysia B2 license? Did I need to take any test?
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Sing license is DIFFerent. U can't get sing lic unless u perform the test and get the grading for 1st level. After x years, upgrade to higher license level (to use higher than 250cc bike, and so on)

(last I known) to own a sing bike, you may have to use international driving license, which you can get it from jpj here.

Sing PR has advantage!


Added on March 1, 2010, 3:13 pmTS,

All the opinions here are valid/good. It depends on how's ur attitude on riding. Given a cubchai, a rempit way can go more than 160km/h, no sweat.

ER6 is good for beginner (for a few months if your skill pickup REAL fast or your demand is much higher...), a 600 supersport (ZX6r, CBR600 RR, R6) can last longer. BUT - u pay the price of learning diificulties coz they'r mean, unforgiving machines if u make mistakes.

get a 2nd hand to thrash and learn. Get a good s-sport once u've learn to handle a mean-machine.

gud luck!


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honestly, getting a singaporean bike is not that fun.
even though its really cheap to buy.

you have to pay singaporean road tax

you have to get a COE.


perhaps it would be more useful if you were from JB and worked in singapore?




TS:

I think you can try "berjinak jinak" with a ZXR 250. THis bike is a screamer. Light enough for a beginner but only Rm 10-14k.
I dont think you want to use it for daily rides though. sayang la tayar tu cepat makan.


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only 1 advice for u guy...do not buy s'pore or thai bike...full stop...not worth it......
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QUOTE(tyhuang @ Mar 2 2010, 12:07 PM)
only 1 advice for u guy...do not buy s'pore or thai bike...full stop...not worth it......
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sometimes if the person is rich enough, maybe the sing bike can be used for Track usage. wakakakak. dont you think so?
As far as I know, track bikes dont need to be registered.



you meguiars lover eh?
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Yes, COE costs a bom.

Hassle on yearly inspection, Sing insurance renewal, M'sia insurance renewal, etc.

That y i still ride a m'sian sbk eventho sing/thai bike is "relatively" cheap.

junbecks said the line - sing bikes are onli good for jb folks, work in sing perhaps.

KL fellas will still have to stick to sucking expensive bikes! mad.gif

On d other hand, zxr250 runs into slightly more maintenance fee than d new ninja250.

Cost wise : zxr250 - $12~14K; Ninja250 - $16~17K (2nd hand)

Make up your mind... sweat.gif



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QUOTE(EyraYus @ Feb 25 2010, 08:12 PM)
The thing is, even if you already have all the documents ready, our JPJ and Custom here dont really like seeing Malaysian riding Singapore or Thailand registered bike.

Thats the facht.

First timer? Dont touch the 600 or liter bike yet, get yourself 150cc 2 stroke first.

Dont commit suicide.


Added on February 25, 2010, 8:16 pm

Well, here is the problem :

You are comparing the modest, everyday usage ER6N against all those track focused sportsbike TS shown.

While the ER6N have two cylinder 650cc, if you pit it against a four cylinder R6 ("only" 600cc) guess who will win?

Kawasaki trying to market the ER6n as the bike for beginners, did you ever see them market their ZX6RR as bike for beginners? No?

150kph? Even the cheap 2stroker ZX150 can reach 150kph with beginners rider easily bro.

In the end, it depends why you want the bike? Everyday "uncle" ride or "proper" sportsbike riding?

Tepuk dada tanya poket  whistling.gif
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agree with eyra to a certain extend... er6n is indeed a good commuter bike .. i own 1 myself.. the only reason why many ppl wont push er6n to the max speed of around 220km/h is becoz of lackin windshield.. wind running against you will put a termendous pressure on ur nect.. coz afterall er6n is being categorised under "naked" category. a decent givi, puig or ermax windshield will solve the hiccup.

but in terms of track performance with condition given same riding skill... er6n will pawned higher cc bike due to its torque mapping... er6n require less gear changing time as compare to bigger cc... but if straight road all the way.. definitely bigger cc will win...

i would like to see zx150 hit 150kph constantly for more than 1 hour... rclxub.gif riding above 200kph with one slight mistake could probably book you one way ticket to paradise.

riding a bike its not about speed... its about passion & safety.. not to forget reliability and cost of maintenance

get a bike that suits or meet your requirement.
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riding a bike its not about speed... its about passion & safety..this is wat i use to say to my dad when i was planning buying a beginneer bike..
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Those liter bikes(1000cc) are maybe your dream bike but I don't think you shall get it for your first bike.. even a 600cc sport bikes are not easy to control. 1000cc sport bikes are absolutely not for beginner. 1 mistake could bring you to death and there's no way to buy back your life with money.
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QUOTE(Naoki @ Mar 24 2010, 06:10 PM)
Those liter bikes(1000cc) are maybe your dream bike but I don't think you shall get it for your first bike.. even a 600cc sport bikes are not easy to control. 1000cc sport bikes are absolutely not for beginner. 1 mistake could bring you to death and there's no way to buy back your life with money.
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250r 2nd may cost u 16k..but an old r1 maybe just 20k..hard to choose sometimes..
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QUOTE(kaiwoon @ Mar 24 2010, 10:12 PM)
250r 2nd may cost u 16k..but an old r1 maybe just 20k..hard to choose sometimes..
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the 250r 16k is registered in Malaysia and the R1 is SG registered yea.. Hmm.. Still, it's kind of a funny and stupid way to choose a 1000cc as a starter bike. your wrist have no idea how powerful is that thing under that beast. wrong throttle response gonna take your front wheel up into air and make you stand on your seat before you crash into anything. I'll suggest get a 600cc instead of 1000cc for first bike if you give full respect to it and take it real slow. 1000cc bikes are much more heavier than 600cc. SO! BE SMART nod.gif
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same condition like TS, only that i got dilemma in choosing my first bikes..
but no sing bikes for me..since all are above 600. planning to take normal license. after browsing so many bikes in Mudah.com, my choice comes to few..

Kawasaki ZXR250 97-99 model. price around 10-15k.. ( the only bike that looks like 250 while have a great sound)..unlike the 250R now.. sad.gif

Cagiva Mito 125 cc year 2008 - Rm14-15k.. i've seen the review..n out of 10 riders, 10 say the bikes is hard on maintenance.. spare parts n all are hard to find (really?) but performance wise is superb (for a 125cc..).

I mainly chose this two becoz of their looks n reputation. n ofcoz, the decent prize. If comparing on maintenance, the Cagiva Mito sure gives lots of headache, but on the bright side, it got this Ducati 916 Senna looks ( since same designer..) both can reach 180km/h..n both have wide tyre at the back (which is very cool for a small cc bikes)..

So guys, since i'm kinda new n never ride any bikes before, which do u think is the best? i hardly hit the highways n long distance.. all are city range.
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QUOTE(ridox_orimabu @ Mar 25 2010, 02:27 PM)
same condition like TS, only that i got dilemma in choosing my first bikes..
but no sing bikes for me..since all are above 600. planning to take normal license. after browsing so many bikes in Mudah.com, my choice comes to few..

Kawasaki ZXR250 97-99 model. price around 10-15k.. ( the only bike that looks like 250 while have a great sound)..unlike the 250R now.. sad.gif

Cagiva Mito 125 cc year 2008 - Rm14-15k.. i've seen the review..n out of 10 riders, 10 say the bikes is hard on maintenance.. spare parts n all are hard to find (really?) but performance wise is superb (for a 125cc..).

I mainly chose this two becoz of their looks n reputation. n ofcoz, the decent prize. If comparing on maintenance, the Cagiva Mito sure gives lots of headache, but on the bright side, it got this Ducati 916 Senna looks ( since same designer..) both can reach 180km/h..n both have wide tyre at the back (which is very cool for a small cc bikes)..

So guys, since i'm kinda new n never ride any bikes before, which do u think is the best? i hardly hit the highways n long distance.. all are city range.
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i suggest fz150 or cbr 150, coz less maintenance than zxr250 n cagiva mito...if u still insist go for zxr250, but u must have rm3k as a backup if anything go wrong...if u own this bike, u must extra care n know a bit about ur bike...coz this bike really 'manja'...be a alert that when using this bike, the way of riding it a little bit different from cupchai...
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QUOTE(fanco @ Mar 25 2010, 03:47 PM)
i suggest fz150 or cbr 150, coz less maintenance than zxr250 n cagiva mito...if u still insist go for zxr250, but u must have rm3k as a backup if anything go wrong...if u own this bike, u must extra care n know a bit about ur bike...coz this bike really 'manja'...be a alert that when using this bike, the way of riding it a little bit different from cupchai...
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hmm if that's the case, i think i can handle the maintenance. but not sure about the handling ur talking about, since i never ride any bikes before. Is it a good practice before i move on to superbike? the ZXR250 n Cagiva Mito.

CBR 150 , x minat with the looks laugh.gif
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QUOTE(ridox_orimabu @ Mar 25 2010, 03:58 PM)
hmm if that's the case, i think i can handle the maintenance. but not sure about the handling ur talking about, since i never ride any bikes before. Is it a good practice before i move on to superbike? the ZXR250 n Cagiva Mito.

CBR 150 , x minat with the looks  laugh.gif
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the body position, counter steering and clutch...i learn it from friends, 13mordeth's video n some help from forumer...
i think its ok to use those bike before move on to superbike...gud luck bro... icon_rolleyes.gif if i not mistake, EyraYus is superbike racer....

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http://superbikemalaysia.com/
http://www.youtube.com/user/13mordeth
and other stuff from google... sweat.gif
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Nice. I did think a lot before deciding on these two. Previously was so tempting to get the Kawa ERn, but after some serious thought, i think that bike is kinda expensive to get.. Rm30k can get a satria gti now ( Well, i opt to get a bike coz i wanna save money..currently driving swift, but i doubt so with the Cagiva..haha.. bloody expensive..but the looks..aihh..tempting too!).

my source are fully from motorcycle.com and mudah. hahaha..

So what are u riding now?

btw, cool link bro. these guy have damn lots of videos! icon_rolleyes.gif

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Switching from car to bike? Good choice.. same here, sold my e7 and bought Kawa er6f. From kapchai background to 650cc, I call it learner bike. Good fc about 23km/liter.
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ER6F? nice.. actually i like bikes with fairings..esp the one that is full..jaz like Ducati design. That's y so tempting to get the mini-ducati. But i must consider lots of stuff. will take license this coming May, n hopefully by then already decide which bike to get.. even more tempting to get after watch kamen rider. hahahah~
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i've done some survey too btw..cos i am going kl to further my studies..is not a distance between my U and my kl home...

with limited budget and currently riding cupcai..my best choice is 250r or zxr 250..price around the same but there r pros and cons..some told me to get blade 250..but ..maybe brand prob kinda worry la..well if u check in forum..there are lots of people ridng zxr250 and is getting hotter now..maybe is the garang sound by zxr..=>

besides..i dont wanna crash my 1st superbike..cos my parents sponsored me 10k for my transport and i chosen bike..passion* if u kno what i'm saying..hehe..

can try kawasaki 150 kips ..but Say No to 2stroke..

Jus my 2 sen opinion..=>
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with budget of 10k, u can get lots of bikes with decent power. If i have that money now, i will buy any Zxr model 1997-99. Some of the bikes are really taken care of.

http://www.mudah.my/Kawasaki-ninja-zxr-250-5026095.htm

this is one hell of a good example notworthy.gif

Blade 250r..hmm, not sure about this one. Heard the previous model before the year 2008 have so many probs. But recently most people vote this bikes(ofcoz, the 2008 n 2009 model) for its realibility). but then again, i am not sure. tempting too coz the new price is much cheaper than new kawa. I've read sumwher too that now Naza gave extend period of discount.. around Rm14k i think.. not bad for such a looker cool2.gif

The two strokes..hmm i might think of it its jaz like RX7 in terms of car. laugh.gif evy 2 full tank have to top up oil engine sweat.gif

So have u decide which bike to go for?
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But i was thinking..if i would buy a 1997 zxr this year..after 3 years lets say..omg..the bike is 16 years old..if i spend on a 08 250r..after three years its only 5 years..erm..sometimes really hard deciding which is the best choice ...
but seriously..i;m currently staying in Sban..U kno wat..is so damn hard to find 2nd superbike here..we have only one shop selling superbike ..and the price..sigh..1997 zxr250 with lousy paint and many scratches..exhaust with uneven surface..30% of tyre remaining(strips)..the boss give me 14.5 k..well lets say he give me a discount..14k?omg..maybe cause its the only place selling it i thinkl..


but there's one thing i'm worry about is..when i'm test-riding the bike..with no sports bike experience..(jus cupcai)...kinda scary..
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In this case, its up to ur own budget and view. Like me, i will try to search a bike in the 90's pricing at Rm10k. With some contacts and all, i think i can buy it at a much cheaper price. So not necessarily u limit your find at Seremban. U might wanna search at KL area since there's not much of a choice there. A new Kawa..for me its kinda too expensive. Rm18k above for 250R. even tho the year count is whole lot more lesser, i don't think i'm gonna stick to a 250 more than 3 years. Like my case, i was planning to train my self in a 250 bike before upgrade to a 600cc bikes. Those 3 years, will be nothing but a training purposes for me. Ofcoz, older bikes u gotta pay cash. not sure if loan can be manage..maybe a personal loan between u n the previous owner.

That's my concern too. since i will take my license this May, that officially put my first riding test n the second one would probably on the bikes that i would buy during that time. i might destroy it on my first ride. haha!
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QUOTE(ridox_orimabu @ Mar 29 2010, 11:16 AM)
In this case, its up to ur own budget and view. Like me, i will try to search a bike in the 90's pricing at Rm10k. With some contacts and all, i think i can buy it at a much cheaper price. So not necessarily u limit your find at Seremban. U might wanna search at KL area since there's not much of a choice there. A new Kawa..for me its kinda too expensive. Rm18k above for 250R. even tho the year count is whole lot more lesser, i don't think i'm gonna stick to a 250 more than 3 years. Like my case, i was planning to train my self in a 250 bike before upgrade to a 600cc bikes. Those 3 years, will be nothing but a training purposes for me. Ofcoz, older bikes u gotta pay cash. not sure if loan can be manage..maybe a personal loan between u n the previous owner.

That's my concern too. since i will take my license this May, that officially put my first riding test n the second one would probably on the bikes that i would buy during that time. i might destroy it on my first ride. haha!
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QUOTE(ridox_orimabu @ Mar 25 2010, 02:27 PM)
same condition like TS, only that i got dilemma in choosing my first bikes..
but no sing bikes for me..since all are above 600. planning to take normal license. after browsing so many bikes in Mudah.com, my choice comes to few..

Kawasaki ZXR250 97-99 model. price around 10-15k.. ( the only bike that looks like 250 while have a great sound)..unlike the 250R now.. sad.gif

Cagiva Mito 125 cc year 2008 - Rm14-15k.. i've seen the review..n out of 10 riders, 10 say the bikes is hard on maintenance.. spare parts n all are hard to find (really?) but performance wise is superb (for a 125cc..).

I mainly chose this two becoz of their looks n reputation. n ofcoz, the decent prize. If comparing on maintenance, the Cagiva Mito sure gives lots of headache, but on the bright side, it got this Ducati 916 Senna looks ( since same designer..) both can reach 180km/h..n both have wide tyre at the back (which is very cool for a small cc bikes)..

So guys, since i'm kinda new n never ride any bikes before, which do u think is the best? i hardly hit the highways n long distance.. all are city range.
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Added on March 23, 2012, 6:39 pmKawasaki ZXR250 ni bpe cylinder?btul ke better Kawasaki ZXR250 dri Ninja 250R?

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Added on March 23, 2012, 6:39 pmKawasaki ZXR250 ni bpe cylinder?btul ke better Kawasaki ZXR250 dri Ninja 250R?
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ZXR 250 uses 4 cylinder.... very unreliable.... If u rev hard in idle or first 3 gears, easily can snap the valve....

The ninja 250R meanwhile uses a lazy revving inline 2 engine from the old ZZR 250....

Eventough sound like sewing machine, it is more reliable than the ZX2......

Ninja 250R is not as fast as ZX2.... but maintenance is cheaper....

ZX2 is one of the most overhauled bikes..... shocking.gif
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Added on March 23, 2012, 6:39 pmKawasaki ZXR250 ni bpe cylinder?btul ke better Kawasaki ZXR250 dri Ninja 250R?
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Well that depends. I've riden both, n personally, i still like the old one. The new one..x cukup ommph. But i've sell them both. oh well, already had the experience of riding a small cc bikes, now targeting to get a bigger ones. nod.gif
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Well that depends. I've riden both, n personally, i still like the old one. The new one..x cukup ommph. But i've sell them both. oh well, already had the experience of riding a small cc bikes, now targeting to get a bigger ones.  nod.gif
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my budget is atound rm15k...what motorbike would u prefer?
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QUOTE(zauq_23 @ Mar 27 2012, 01:55 PM)
my budget is atound rm15k...what motorbike would u prefer?
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If speaking from my side, having the same budget like u, i would definitely buy the 250R. if you browse around, be it Malacca, seremban or KL, pricing jaz within 13k to 16k mark max. U could take the year 2008, as most 250R do not take their bike for a hardcore ride. Except for me tho, on my 4th day of acquiring my L license and 7th day acquiring my bike, i go naik genting lol.

250R is easy to maintain. Cost for full piping will cost u a bit tho. Rm1.3k at jalan ipoh there. i forgot the name of the bike store d.

Now im aiming Ducs 848. Sexy, practical and sexy. lol.
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my budget is atound rm15k...what motorbike would u prefer?
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