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areankim
post Jan 18 2009, 04:38 PM


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post Jan 18 2009, 04:48 PM


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nice bike
the new facelift is nice
thinking of getting this one by this march
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post Jan 18 2009, 04:55 PM


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great~ hope there more balders will join us...
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post Jan 18 2009, 08:32 PM


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m using a scoot and hopefully this would be my nxt bike
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post Jan 18 2009, 11:07 PM


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need more support for current blade owner to give more info on newbies like us


Added on January 22, 2009, 11:29 pmno naza geng here? so sob

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post Feb 3 2009, 10:23 PM


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alot of people advices not to go for blades, actually i kinda like the bike, can i hear some pros and cons from the real bladers?
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post Feb 9 2009, 08:36 PM


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to me it's great for a beginner, i have tried ninja 250r. Cant deny that ninja 250r is better build and finishing, but Blades aren't far behind.

ninja 250r is design for riding style, easy maneuver, light, it look alot smaller compare to blade.

if u got a blade, jst remember you are riding on a 250cc not a 600cc bike... so u dun jst go TOP SPEED all the way balik kampung. hehe.
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post Mar 11 2009, 03:46 AM


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im using naked naza blade...huhuh
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post Mar 11 2009, 09:02 PM


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nothing bad with this bike except for the 5-speed gearbox. other than that it's a proven brand in korea; hyosung.

hopefully naza is more serious in maintaining service and the availability of parts for its rebadged bikes IN THE LONG RUN. if i'm not mistaken the only service centre is in Kg. Baru. Please correct me if i'm wrong.
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There's one in Shah Alam..
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post Mar 17 2009, 09:08 AM


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yea.. there is a few la...

there is even a club name, The Bladers.
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post Mar 17 2009, 09:20 AM


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alamak, i thought it's a new car by Naza called blade laugh.gif
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post Mar 17 2009, 09:22 AM


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how much does this bike cost? and how much does a ninja cost?
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post Mar 17 2009, 09:26 AM


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almost the same
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post Mar 17 2009, 12:04 PM


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ninja now increase d.. i think around 21k.

blade around 19k
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post Dec 4 2009, 04:07 PM


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QUOTE(SubangChai @ Feb 3 2009, 10:23 PM)
alot of people advices not to go for blades, actually i kinda like the bike, can i hear some pros and cons from the real bladers?
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I just owned this bike ( Naza Blade 250R a.k.a Hyosung 250GT ) year 2009 and from my opinions and others:

Pros:

1. Really big ~!...feels like you ride a 1000cc superbike.

2. Got really superb GRAWWW sound compare to other 250cc bikes -> blade 250 sound like Ducati Monster bike. cool2.gif

3. Got really strong V-Twin engine. ( The V configuration reduces the overall engine length and weight compared to an equivalent straight engine (the straight engine or in-line engine is an internal-combustion engine with all cylinders aligned in one row.) The v-twin configuration allows for optimum torque for a given displacement...POWER) rclxm9.gif

4. Big tires ~!

5. Top speed can reach 180km/h - 210km/h (if you have light body weight, ride & setting perfectly the bike) rclxm9.gif

6. Got cool clear digital meter

7. Front double disk brake ~!...got massive stopping power~!....when i ride in 170++ km/h , I just pull the brake using 2 fingers only and it stop instantly. rclxm9.gif

8. Very bright head/front light .... like a car light.

9. Great Fuel consumption compare to other 250cc bikes. ( full tank -> 17 litres for 400++ km ) notworthy.gif

10. Adjustable foot rest.


Cons:

1. Really heavy ( 170 ++ kg)...got one time the bike fell down and I can't get it up by myself...need 3 people to stand it up... sweat.gif icon_question.gif

2. 5 speed only.... (Yamaha RXZ and 125Z also got 6 Speed)

3. Not solid enoughh....too many hole at the engine room. ( i prefer Naza can put full fairing engine cover )

4. Using bulb light at the rear lamp and signal lamp. ( I prefer LED light )



Between entry superbike (250cc) -> Hyosung 250GT and Kawasaki 250R...my professional superbike mechanic said:

Hyosung 250GT better in :

- Speed
- Performance
- Fuel Consumption
- Stability

Kawasaki 250R better in :

- Handling
- Material
- Durability
- Spare Parts



so....above just my opinion and i refer to other specialist also. It's better you try by your self and ask the pro. Your money your thing

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QUOTE(ali_setanx @ Dec 4 2009, 04:07 PM)

Hyosung 250GT better in :

- Top speed
- Performance

Kawasaki 250R better in :

- Handling
- Material
so....above just my opinion and i refer to other specialist also. It's better you try by your self and ask the pro. Your money your thing
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for sure bro. the 250R is far lighter but the materials is questionable as it is locally assembled.

250GT has a bit for "pulling" feeling, (erm camne nak explain ni) coz of the low end torque. I felt that the 250R was a bit lacking here. But once the 250R got going, wow, smooth.
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still quite happy with my 5 year old Blade (ori)... thinking of upgrading to a 600cc next year maybe... or get a beemer...
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QUOTE(junbecks @ Dec 4 2009, 05:34 PM)
for sure bro. the 250R is far lighter but the materials is questionable as it is locally assembled.

250GT has a bit for "pulling" feeling, (erm camne nak explain ni) coz of the low end torque. I felt that the 250R was a bit lacking here. But once the 250R got going, wow, smooth.
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yup yup...u were rite there....in my experience with my ride....I already tour every states in Malaysia ( except Sarawak and Sabah) and still this bike make me proud because it don't make any problem during my tour and still I'm using it everyday to work.

Kawasaki 250R.... it's cheap and awarded the most value superbikes among other 250cc superbikes.
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post Jan 26 2010, 12:43 PM


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i havent been into much riding since i work in indonesia.. sob sob..

now need to consider if i shud keep it or sell it off...

have 1 eye on ER6F muahahaha
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