MOMOS boxer 200cc or CPI GTR150?
Posted 02 April 2006 - 02:54 PM
MOMOS Boxer 200 SE, 200cc, 4 stroke, looks ok, but seats not vedry good,
CPI GTR150, haven try before, but 150cc, 4 stroke, automatic (I don't
like, but got budget problem), funny looking, but quite sporty look.
goto this website..... http://www.cpi-motor....tw/product.htm
anyone with any comments? thanks....
Posted 05 April 2006 - 12:02 PM
200 looks ugly. Then again, its personal preference.
Posted 08 April 2006 - 07:41 AM
once you try it out and when you sits on it, then you will know the
uncomfortable feeling coming from the MOMOS..... although it is 200cc
bike. some of the fact that I don't quite the MOMOS is that the design of
the seat and the foot paddle/holder or the gear paddle and brake paddle.
They design it until that it is too low, meaning that they use the
superbike design (have to put your foot almost 45 degrees on the paddle
to shift and brake) but your riding possition is like the yamaha RX-
Z..... sitting upwards, not like the superbike.... and then the gear
shifting angle is very small only, not like those normal bike..... the
pickup not very good also (mayb the one that I try out already got
problem, when you pickup that time, it jerks....).
For CPI GTR150, I quite like the whole bike design, but the handle or the
head of the motorbike is design until it looks like a scoter and not like
a superbike..... (It is a scooter). And I don't quite like scooter, cos I
cannot play with the clutch and gear..... For me is boring, I don't like
the feeling of just sitting on the bike and then and accelerate until the
end of the journey......
But then, I don't quite like the small bikes, planning quite some time to
get a budget big bike.... but very tigh on budget. Don't know what to
do.... must be new bike, dont dare to buy another used bike already....
low income person and no $$$ to go for maintanence.... even I bankrup
already just to keeps on maintaning my JAGUNG(Modernas Jaguh).... heheheh
Posted 08 April 2006 - 10:41 AM
the highway near Subang. Being a tall guy (almost 6 footer), it was
definetly a problem adapting my-self to the bike(I slipped my azz on the
fuel tank when trying the emergency brakes).My other observations, the
parts used on the bike gives the bike a cost down image.Also, on the
engine design, this bike is a SOHC versus the Suzuki FXR and Honda CBR 150
which are DOHC. I first intended on buying this bike to replace my Gamma
TXR 150 but having second thoughts now. Will have to wait a little longer
and see what Honda, Yamaha and Suzuki have to offer which I doubt any
newer models will be introduced apart from the underbones. Blade.... kind
of bulky for it's engine capacity.
Posted 08 April 2006 - 01:15 PM
(thinner mah) but still very good performance.
i doubt we have honda CBR150 here in msia now, maybe it's NSR u're
Posted 08 April 2006 - 06:37 PM
for that day is tio go and test drive it first loh...... hehehehehe......
me also looking forward that this HONDA CBR 150 will be in M'sia......
hai.... but what to do, they say that the bike is having a low cc and the
bike also not assemble in m'sia, so they say the gomen not going to
import this model in. Some more BOON SIEW also not willingly to do so,
cos they expect the sales will be like 10 to 20 million bike a year, like
the EX5 and wave...... M'sia have experienced this kind of things b4,
like the Suzuki FXR150... good bike, but cannot sell? why? Mayb Boon Siew
will base on this fact and band CBR150 from comming into m'sia.
Posted 10 April 2006 - 11:27 AM
Blade250 this month, I might just settle for the KIPS... *sigh*
Rumors of the CBR150 has been around for some time, eh? I've yet to see
anything so far...
Posted 10 April 2006 - 03:45 PM
forward places to test drive bike...can anyone suggest me location...i`m
Posted 10 April 2006 - 08:53 PM
For connering....I don't know place near Klang, but around KL....there is
u/langat --> k/klawang, awana, ulu yam
Posted 28 April 2006 - 12:51 AM
though. what a pity boon siew had to thought of introducing that model in