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Monday, July 21, 2014

2014 Kawasaki Z250SL launched - RM15,739 !!!

image 2014 Kawasaki Z250SL just launched today at eCity Hotel, Subang Jaya. The most important details that you all should know that the price is RM15,739 (basic price)!!!. That is lower than what we expect at RM16,700. Kawasaki Motors Malaysia really listens to you guys. So, get the bike before Hari Raya. More news will be coming up soon and will update you guys about.

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Honda Street Cub mods - the good made better

HondaC70-StreetCub-004 Street Cub is a modified Honda C50/C70 made to look modern but at the same time holds it unique flair of the Honda design. This craze has been taking over Malaysia and it is easy to find Street Cub like this anywhere in Malaysia. In fact, I also got to see one at my place in Banting. It is sure looking good. The mods include the use of wide front and rear tyre to make it look like a chopper stance. The rear mudguard is shortened to expose more of the wide tyre.  

Sunday, July 20, 2014

2015 Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup Recruitment to Start on 1st August 2014

SATC Great news for aspiring MotoGP™ riders from 13 to 20 years of age! The ultimate talent contest for young Asian motorcycle riders is ready to recruit the stars of 2015. The 2015 Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup (SAATC) application period will open soon and talented young riders are being invited to apply for selection, with candidates from Australia and New Zealand also eligible for participation for the second staging of the competition. The Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup, currently in its inaugural season, will begin accepting applications for the 2015 season through its official website www.asiatalentcup.com from August 1 till September 5, 2014. Riders born between 1st January 1994 and 1st February 2002 are eligible to apply. This was officially announced at a 'buka puasa' reception hosted by Shell Advance for the seven Malaysian riders participating in this year's Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup and their families.  At the reception, Shell Malaysia handed out 'duit raya' and hampers to SAATC riders Muhammad Shafiq Rasol, Muhammad Helmi Azman, Fakhrusy Syakirin Rostam, Muhammad Shafiq Ezzariq, Nazirul Izzat Muhammad Bahauddin and brothers Muhammad Adam and Muhammad Ibrahim bin Norrodin. Also present at the reception was Sepang International Circuit Chief Executive Officer, Datuk Razlan Razali and Moto3 riders, Zulfahmi Khairuddin and Amirul Hafiq Azmi.  Datul Razlan took the opportunity to give a pep talk to the Malaysian riders ahead of the second half of the season that will resume on September 19 - 21, 2014 with Round 5 in Sepang.  Thereafter, three more races remain – Round 6 in Motegi, Japan, on October 10 – 12,  and Round 7 and 8 in Sepang on October 24 till 26 in conjunction with the 2014 Shell Advance Malaysian MotoGP.  

Saturday, July 19, 2014

2014 Racing Boy Front Fork for Yamaha 135LC V1 and V2 - nice alloy style

2014-racing-boy-front-fork-135LC-001 Yamaha 135LC is one the most tuned bike in Malaysia and maybe in the neighbouring countries too. Racing Boy knowing this has made a special alloy front fork to replace the stock fork that you have on your 135LC. So far, I don't know how this front fork will help you to get better handling since there are no information about it yet, but in the mean time, it is sure looks good. Racing Boy is known for making high quality aftermarket parts and always improving their products if they got to know there are problem with it. Check out the image after the jump to see the look of it fitted to 135LC: 

Friday, July 18, 2014

2014 Yamaha MT-09 official colour choices - Orange, Grey and Purple - RM54k (basic)

MT09_Orange   CBU model of the Yamaha MT-09 has make its way to Malaysia. It is a street naked bike that is radical in design philosophy. Powered by 850cc inline-3 engine, it can maxes out 115PS at 10,000RPM and torque at 87.5Nm at 8,500RPM. There are three colour choices for the MT-09 and I think the one that stands out the most is this one in orange. Other than that, you can opt for grey or purple. Hits the jump for the 2 more colour: [caption id="attachment_17143" align="aligncenter" width="500"]MT09 Grey MT09 Grey[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_17142" align="aligncenter" width="500"]MT09 Purple MT09 Purple[/caption] 2014 Yamaha MT-09 price is RM54,000 basic or about RM56,116.05 on the road including road tax, insurance and registration. mt-09-0range mt-09-orange2 Images above from Official Yamaha Malaysia website and BLH Motor FB.

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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

2014 Honda VTR Type LD 250 in Japan - the naked beauty Japs V-Twin machine - JPY598,320 (RM18,743.26)

2014-Honda-VTR-Type-LD-005 Honda Japan released this beautiful naked machine based on the V-Twin VTR-F 250. The style of the fairingless VTR shows the beautiful red Trellis frame that is usually associated with the Italian bikes. Considering this is a high performance 250cc with liquid-cooled V-Twin engine, the naked setup here really looks interesting and different that the most bike chassis/engine setup that usually uses diamond frame with 1 or 2-cylinder parallel engine only. There are very few details about the engine other than the 250cc V-Twin that we already know, but luckily we know the power generated by the engine. It is measured at 30ps (29hp) which is a healthy power from a 250cc engine. As a comparison, the CBR250R 1-cylinder engine can provide 27hp at its crank. 2014-Honda-VTR-Type-LD-001 This one in red might confuses you with popular Italian model, the Ducati Monster M600. It got all that Italian flair that relates to V-Twin engine, short and stubby look and alsi the red Trellis frame. There are one great benefit from the Japanese machine as we always knows that is reliability, low-maintainance and cheaper that its Italian counterpart. Anyway, this Honda VTR Type LD have no competition from the Italian since there are no 250cc naked bike with this kind of style from there! 

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