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Planning To Get A 600cc Superbike(a Newbie)


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garyu87

Posted 14 July 2010 - 06:56 PM

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Actually I didn't buy the Bike because I'm now borrowing my friends Honda CBR150R.
Tested everything while riding.

Riding it doesn't seem to have any problem.
Mastered the handling and clutch but there some problem with arm problem.
I've tried to put the bike down and carry it back up and end up using up all my strength T-T.
Its heavy for a 150R with 127-135kg.
There is also this once that when i slowly U turn in my friends home street the bike engine stopped because I release the clutch too much and in gear 3. When the engine stop i slowly drop the bike because its heavy and I curved a little to much.
Lucky I didn't scratch his new bike because i was still holding to it

Its kinda hard to keep on remembering what gear your in.
Well I'm lucky enough to have a friend with a bigger cc bike to borrow for training.
Now I saving money for a Honda CBR600RR, should take another 3 years to get it.
Meanwhile I'm borrowing my friend bike for training lucky he generous enough to borrow it to me.


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junbecks

Posted 05 August 2010 - 01:35 PM

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always always always change gears before you reach the turn/corner.
This way you can get the feel of the engine power so you know how much throttle and clutch you'll need for the turn.

Thats only a 150. Lucky it wasnt a Vulcan or Shadow.
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Posted 22 November 2010 - 06:56 PM

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QUOTE (junbecks @ Aug 5 2010, 01:35 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
always always always change gears before you reach the turn/corner.
This way you can get the feel of the engine power so you know how much throttle and clutch you'll need for the turn.

Thats only a 150. Lucky it wasnt a Vulcan or Shadow.


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Posted 26 March 2019 - 04:16 PM

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Hye, please help me get a clearer view, im thinking about buying a second hand mt-07 which im paying RM 500 per month for 3 years, and my net salary is RM 2800, my only bank commitment is Rm500(car) and usuals : RM300(house rent). My question is would that be sufficient for me to own and maintain MT07? Thank you and please if my infos is not enough ask for clarification.



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lowpro

Posted Today, 11:44 AM

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Hye, please help me get a clearer view, im thinking about buying a second hand mt-07 which im paying RM 500 per month for 3 years, and my net salary is RM 2800, my only bank commitment is Rm500(car) and usuals : RM300(house rent). My question is would that be sufficient for me to own and maintain MT07? Thank you and please if my infos is not enough ask for clarification.

You need about RM350 per service on average. Service is at either 10,000km or 6 months whichever comes first. Use good oil. Don't be stingy on this. By the way, I have an FZ6R for sale if you're interested.


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