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Berikut Cara – Cara atau System Jual Beli :

Setiap Pelanggan Yang Pesan Per UNIT / Borongan di Wajibkan Membayar Uang Muka atau Membayar ½ dari Harga Yang Di Tetapkan / Kesepakatan Kedua Belah Pihak. Uang Muka atau ( DP ) adalah sebagai Hari Jadi Bahwa Pelanggan Benar-Benar Pesan Knalpot Yang di Inginkan. Guna Uang Muka Untuk Menghindari Terjadi nya Kegagalan Dalam Perjanjian Jual Beli Yang Telah di Sepakati Kedua Belah Pihak.

Setelah Pelanggan Membayar Uang Muka , Akan Langsung Kami Proses Pembuatan Knalpot Sesuai Yang Di Inginkan atau yang di pesan Pelanggan.

Proses Pembuatan Kurang Lebih 3-4 Hari.

Setelah Knalpot Jadi dan Siap Dikirim , Pelanggan Harus Melunasi Sisa Pembayaran.

Setelah Pelanggan Melunasi Semua Pembayaran, Barang Kami kirim dan Bukti Resi Pengiriman nya Akan Kami Kirim Juga Ke Pemesan dan Silahkan Pelanggan Cek Ke Jasa Pengiriman Bahwa Nomor Resi Tersebut Sudah Tertera di Kantor Pengiriman dan Nyata.

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Rp650,000 - Purbalingga, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia

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Solusi Sukses Teknologi Subroto shared his post to the group: TOKO BAGUS YAMAHA RXZ - RZR. — TOKO BAGUS YAMAHA RXZ - RZR

PENGGULUNGAN DAN JUGA SERVICE MOTOR SERVO, MOTOR DC, MOTOR AC DAN KITA JUGA SERVICE INVERTER KAPASITAS SAMPE 400KW KAMI MELAYANI SERVICE DENGAN CEPAT DAN FLEXIBLE JUGA GARANSI, Service: Servo Drive ( Semua Permasalahan Alarm, atu Mati total )

Service: Touch Panel / HMI (Human Machine Interface)

( Mati total, display buram, mati LCD, Mati atau tidak akurat, Touch

schrene, tanpa merubah tampilan dan data HMI )

Service Electronic Card Machine ( Semua permasalahan kerusakan, Bahkan Mati total )

Service, Active module Siemens ( Semua Permasalahan Alarm, atu Mati total )

PERMISI, KAMI MAU BERSILAHTURAHMI SEMOGA BISA MENAMBAH RIZKY BERSAMA

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Contac Number: ( 081287191151 / 087741431730 )

CONTAC OFFICE : 021 29095414 WEBSITE

SERVICE ELEKTRONIK INDUSTRI yang sering kita tanganin :

1 PLC (Programmable Logic Controller)

- Kondisi PLC Mati total, Error AI/AO, DI/ DO, Dan Juga Software ladder diagram )DLL.

2 Inverter (Mati total, Semua Permasalahan Alarm Over Curent, Under Voltage, Over Voltage, Over Load, Ground Fault dll , Atu mati total )

3 Soft Starter ( Semua Permasalahan Alarm, atu Mati total )

4 DC Drive ( Semua Permasalahan Alarm, atu Mati total )

Termasuk menggulung DC motor

5 Servo Drive ( Semua Permasalahan Alarm, atu Mati total )

6 Touch Panel / HMI (Human Machine Interface)

( Mati total, display buram, mati LCD, Mati atau tidak akurat

Touch schreene, tanpa merubah tampilan dan data HMI )

7 Electronic Card Machine ( Semua permasalahan kerusakan, Bahkan Mati total )

8 Active module Siemens ( Semua Permasalahan Alarm, atu Mati total )

9 CPU Robot ABB, CMZ, CPU, dll (Semua permasalahan kerusakan, Bahkan Mati total )

10 Auto Voltage Regulator (Semua permasalahan kerusakan, Bahkan Mati total )

11 Electronicon Atlas Copco ( Semua Permasalahan Alarm, atu Mati total )

12 Transmitter Flow, Control Temperature, Level, & Pressure Transmitter (Semua permasalahan kerusakan, Bahkan Mati total )

13 Control Load Cell (Semua permasalahan kerusakan, Bahkan Mati total )

14 Power Supply (Semua permasalahan kerusakan, Bahkan Mati total )

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    Very Important Message — Yamaha Mio Mx 125 Parking Lot

    Very Important Message:

    KAPAG HINULI KA NG TRAFFIC ENFORCER at alam mong wala kang violation:

    1. kunin mo ang mission order nila upang malaman mo ang kanilang area of responsibility, time of duty and official function;

    2. "SWERVING" ay HINDI isang traffic violation.

    SWERVING is turning away from direct course: to make a sudden change in direction, often to avoid a collision, or make something change direction suddenly. It is defined as a movement wherein vehicles shift from a lane to another.

    Ang swerving ay hindi isang paglabag sa batas trapiko. Ito ay tumutukoy sa isang paggalaw kung saan ang sasakyan ay lumipat mula sa isang lane patungo sa isa pang lane. Gayunpaman, maaari itong MAGING RECKLESS DRIVING VIOLATION kung ito ay gagawin ng WALANG PAG-IINGAT (NA OVERTAKING) (halimbawa swerving sa biglaan at walang ingat na pamamaraan, swerving nang hindi gumagamit ng senyales).

    Maaari lamang maging PAGLABAG sa batas trapiko ang swerving KAPAG MAY BABALA (TRAFFIC SIGN) NA NAGBABAWAL DITO.

    PLS SEE THE LINK FOR MORE DETAILS, AT IPA-PRINT PO NATIN AT LAGI DALHIN SA TUWING TAYO AY MAGMAMANEHO, FOR REFERENCE PURPOSE KAPAG TAYO AY NASITA.

    MGA BATAS TRAPIKO.

    Bagay Na Dapat Malaman ng Mga Nagmamaneho

    From Robert Moises's post in HEALTH IS WEALTH

    Tandaan:

    1.Hindi maaaring kunin ang iyong driver's license maliban na lamang kung ikaw ay sangkot sa traffic accident o nakalikom na ng 3 o higit pang traffic violations.

    2. Walang karapatan ang traffic enforcer na pababain ng sasakyan ang driver.

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    10 Things That Drivers Should Know (Updated May 25, 2011)

    1. MMDA Enforcers are not allowed to group together while apprehending a motorist. They are not even allowed to stand together in groupsof two (2) or more, except in actual times of special operations (e.g. apprehending groups of smoke-belching/colorum buses).

    2. Swerving is not a traffic violation per se. It is defined as a movement wherein vehicles shift from a lane to another. However, it can constitute the offense of reckless driving if it is done without precautions (e.g. swerving in an abrupt and careless manner, swerving without the use of signals, swerving across solid lines).

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      Entramos en tiempo de descuento queridos motociclistas motoqueros moteros — YAMAHA DT 125-175 ARGENTINA

      Entramos en tiempo de descuento queridos motociclistas, motoqueros, moteros. Todos los que usamos motovehiculo y que amamos esta pasion somos LAS PERSONAS NO SE PATENTAN. Queremos transmitirle que nos vamos alineando debemos tener en claro que nuestra lucha es justa. Como primera medida ESTO NO SOLUCIONA LA INSEGURIDAD, que al ciudadano que no usa motovehiculo, que camina por la calle, que sale a comprar LO VAN A ROBAR IGUAL, porque primero nos van a robar a nosotros, chaleco patentado, casco patentado y nuestra moto, y con los 3 elementos van a seguir delinquiendo. Como segunda medida, que ya la sabemos, nos usan para hacer que se hace algo , que nos etiquetan con la patente que corresponde al motovehiculo en nuestro cuerpo y cabeza, argumentando que no se ve, que las camaras que leen patentes no la leen, HAGANLA MAS GRANDE, PERO SIEMPRE QUE LA LLEVE EL MOTOVEHICULO. Sabemos que muchos modelos de motos poseen la patente mas alta que un auto, asi que es mentira. Que nos quieren poner un chaleco reflectivo a las 10 de la mañana, para que? Que la mayoria de la ropa por no decir toda ya posee reflectivos incorporados. Porque no nos ven a la noche? en una avenida iluminada nos ven, porque nuestras motos poseen las luces suficientes para que nos vean. Estos y muchos argumentos tecnicos que nosotros los usuarios de motovehiculos ya las sabemos, porque todos nos preocupamos de todos. Debemos convencer a la sociedad que LA INSEGURIDAD VA A SEGUIR EXISTIENDO AUNQUE NOS PONGAN LA PATENTE EN EL CASCO Y EN EL CHALECO REFLECTIVO. Convencer al ciudadano que lo van a robar igual. Convencer al ciudadano que las primeras victimas de los delincuentes que roban en moto SOMOS NOSOTROS!!! que tambien somos ciudadanos!!!! Que si se efectuan controles como corresponden, SALVAN NUESTRAS VIDAS Y DE LA MISMA MANERA Y EN FORMA DIRECTA LA DE LOS CIUDADANOS QUE NO USAN MOTOVEHICULO. Y como lo dijo un gran amigo Guille... ESTAS MEDIDAS SIN CONTROLES NO FUNCIONARIA, Y CON CONTROLES EFICIENTES NO SON NECESARIAS!!!! Convencer al ciudadano comun que con el trabajo conjunto de las fuerzas de seguridad controlando cada motovehiculo que circula fuera de la ley y a los que circulamos dentro de ella SE BAJA AL DELINCUENTE DE LA MOTO. Convencer al ciudadano que se deben modificar las leyes para evitar la puerta giratoria del delincuente. Robaste una moto, debes responderle a la justicia y a la sociedad!!! Queridos hermanos motociclistas SOMOS LUCHA!!! ARRIBA LOS CASCOS!!! Los esperamos el miercoles a las 17 hs. con el casco como corresponde, con la moto conforme a lo que exije la ley. Amamos nuestra pasión, hagamosle honor a ella. TODOS SOMOS LAS PERSONAS NO SE PATENTAN!!! Cuidemosnos entre nosotros, mientras estamos en el obelisco, mientras se realiza la caravana, no realizar maniobras que los pongan en riesgo a ustedes ni al resto. RESPETEN A LOS PEATONES, RESPETEN A LOS AUTOMOVILISTAS, RESPETEN A LAS AUTORIDADES DE LAS FUERZAS QUE NOS ESCOLTARAN para que NUESTRA LUCHA SALGA IMPECABLE!!! Y de una vez por todas entiendan que somos una SOCIEDAD PACIFICA!!! Abrazos a todos!!!

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        Mariano Tolosa shared a Page to the group: YAMAHA DT 125-175 ARGENTINA. — YAMAHA DT 125-175 ARGENTINA

        Muchachos/as:

        Entiendo que debemos dar a conocer nuestro descontento y desacuerdo con la medida que pretende patentarnos (a nosotros, las personas) como abrir la posibilidad de que se restrinja la circulación con acompañante.

        Enviemos mensajes a través de https://www.facebook.com/minseg/?fref=ts y al mail juntoavos@minseg.gob.ar, dirigidos a la Ministra Patricia Bullrich (el twitt es @MinSeg).

        Y procuremos “argumentar” el por qué no a la “medida”. Acá los dejo nota de Revista Motonoticias de donde se pueden obtener “evidencias”:

        “… a partir de ahora hay 2 opciones: O los motociclistas dejamos BIEN CLARO al Gobierno que no permitiremos se nos marque como ganado, o bajamos la cabeza y entregamos totalmente nuestros derechos.

        El tema "Motochorros" es sencillo: Existen los robos y no importa el medio de transporte utilizado. El Estado debe asegurarnos la Seguridad en lugar de restringirnos en nombre de ella.

        Cuando un Estado comienza a retirar libertades (circular de a 2 en un vehículo) o a marcar a las personas con carteles en su ropa (chaleco), o a dañar intencionalmente elementos de seguridad (calco en el casco), "en pos de la seguridad". Está atentando contra las personas y exponiendo nuestra vida a nuevos riesgos.

        Las lesiones severas y hasta la muerte por uso de un casco que perdió su eficiencia por la aplicación de compuestos químicos no avalados por el fabricante. O el riesgo de que un elemento textil colocado SOBRE la indumentaria de seguridad para la conducción de un motovehículo (camperas tecnológicas) y que impida el accionar de éstas (dispersión de la energía cinética en caso de caídas o posibilidad de provocar un "enganche" con elementos externos como por ejemplo un espejo retrovisor de otro vehículo). Ponen en riesgo DIRECTO la vida de quien las usa, y se convierten potencialmente en motivos de aumento de la gravedad de las lesiones y politraumatismos e incluso de la muerte.

        Ello es total y absolutamente ilegal e inconstitucional. Ningún habitante de la República puede ser obligado a poner en riesgo SU VIDA en pos de la "seguridad" de terceros.

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          Lots of questions about clutching so time to post this again — Yamaha SR Viper Owners

          Lots of questions about clutching so time to post this again.

          Lots of info floating around about clutches and who knows what so its probably time for a primer. Please note there is not just ONE way of setting up a clutch, several different ways may achieve the same results. What I am putting here are the basics.

          1. Set your engagement speed and top RPM in the primary. Yes secondary changes can effect RPM but do not use that as a primary way of setting RPM (I am guilty of getting a couple hundred RPM using secondary on occasion though).

          a. Primary springs usually come with a starting pressure and a finish pressure, the Viper has a spring that is rated 35-101, 35 being the speed the clutch engages and the 101 the pressure the spring has at full compression (also effects RPM, change weights to compensate if you change spring)

          b. Weight profile, flatter profiles tend to do as implied and have an even RPM and even pull against the secondary. Viper 8gl has a bump the rollers have to overcome initially on takeoff and increase RPM on takeoff then flattens out and changes the ramp angle about half way down the roller. My opinion for a torque engine is a flatter profile to take advantage of the wide torque curve, once again my preference.

          c. Weight vs profile. Changing the profile while running the same weight will cause different RPMs. Think pushing a roller down with the flat side of a screwdriver, then do it with the curved side of a pair of pliers. Not going to spend much time here just note if you change profile a weight adjustment may be needed.

          d. Rivet placement, not going to spend much time here either as this is advanced clutching just note it DOES matter which hole you put rivet weights in.

          2. Secondary clutch, think shifting like your 5 speed in your truck or car. Shift up too fast and suffer power loss. Hold your shift till you hit 100rpm under your rev limiter and suffer power loss.

          a. Secondary spring, main purpose is to control belt side pressure but it also controls rate of shift even though that is the helix main job. Gets confusing because one effects the other. Moving the spring from tight to loose controls how fast you backshift and also how fast you upshift....but see helix below

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                2014 Yamaha SR Viper LTX SE — Yamaha SR Viper Owners

                I have a mint 2014 Yamaha SR Viper LTX SE for sale. It has been meticulously cared for and ridden only on marked, groomed and maintained trails. It has never been boondocking, off trail and had never hit anything or been wrecked. All recalls (only a couple very minor ones) have been done. There are a few goodies on this sled which make it track, handle and perform better than from the factory. The list of upgrades include but not limited to:

                6" Accord Double Down Carbides (eliminates darting and increased tracking and cornering)

                Front and rear shocks rebuilt and revalved by Bruce Schrader from Pioneer Performance

                D&D clutch kit with Ulmer secondary machining for increased shift and increased top speed. Also has Ulmer secondary spring for greater side force to reduce belt slipping.

                Rear skid has multiple additions. First being the 8.5" 4 wheel stealth kit to eliminate the tri-hub that is known to fail and when it does, you are screwed. It also lifts the rails to reduce drag for increased speed and fuel efficiency. It also has an additional factory wheel kit on the outer rail along with whal bros 3.5" rail tip wheels to reduce rail tip pressure to reduce hyfax wear and also increase speed and efficiency.

                144 1.450" Stud Boy Power Points with the Stud Boy Super Pro Lite 3/4" backers (these things hook hard as they are like adding lugs to the track and with the hard plastic webbing and pointed tips, they are impressive).

                Sled Start 4300k HID lighting kit.

                The sled had had some other things done like the custom dragon wrap, rear tunnel bag and I will also include the factory clutching with the sale. This sled was always trailered in an enclosed trailer so no salt or road grime on this baby. I am a certified mechanic and have been building and racing sleds for years so this thing had been cared for better than most people care for themselves. I cleaned and lubed it after just about every ride unless we were on a trip and couldn't do it but I always brought tools and lubes and maintained it when needed which was pretty much every other day for chassis and skid lubing. This sled is a must see and you will not be disappointed. The sled has a little over 5000 miles currently and will be continue to be operated until sold so the mileage may be a little higher when you come to look at it but it will continue to be cared for as it had been on the off chance it doesn't sell and I keep it. I'm not going to give it away as I don't need to sell. I'm just trying to make a little room for a new house purchase and the extra cash will help but is no needed. This sled is my girlfriends and has been ridden and cared for like it was her baby.

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                  Bike theft is very much on the increase with a 600 rise in 2 years in London — Yamaha MT-09 Tracer Tracer 900 FJ-09 Owners Forum

                  Bike theft is very much on the increase with a 600% rise in 2 years, in London. I belong to a closed group called The UK Motorcycle Theft Protest (search for it and ask to join). Beware, it can make you paranoid but a little paranoia is not a bad thing... Thought I would share this advice from the group.

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                  SECURITY ADVICE FROM UKMTP

                  THE ONION SKIN ANALOGY...

                  Try to think of security as an onion skin and build it up in 'layers'

                  The more 'layers' you have, the more secure your bike will be.

                  PARKING IN PUBLIC

                  When you're out and about try and park in a well lit place that is as public as possible. It's common knowledge that some thieves will be happy to make a lot of noise cutting a lock off in broad daylight in front of the public but many aren't that daring and the public are starting to wise up to it too and intervene.

                  Assume Thieves will usually 'case out' a job and check for things like CCTV and escape routes. If possible try and park somewhere you know there is CCTV, outside/ opposite a bank, jewellers or nightclub for instance. Of course thieves cover their faces but CCTV footage of a theft taking place will give away a wealth of information about how many are in the group and how they operate. If thieves are ever caught it could tie them to other crime scenes.

                  If you own a heavy bike, parking at the bottom of a steep hill will slow thieves down considerably, especially if they're trying to push a big R1200GS with a moped!

                  Anything you can do to make their escape more difficult will work in your favour!

                  Try locking your handlebars to the right instead of the left, this can make it a little harder for thieves to break the lock!

                  Use at least TWO well placed disc locks, preferably the type that are designed to spin and help stop an electric grinder getting a bite (ABUS GRANIT) Place them tight as you can at either side of your forks (on the same disc) to help prevent thieves from cutting the actual discs out from around them.

                  We all know chains aren't cutter proof but it's worth using the high end ones (Almax are considered the best) as anything to slow thieves down is a good thing. Try and use the chain to secure your bike to something as solid as possible, if there is any kind of purpose built anchor built into a motorcycle bay, USE IT and try to keep the chains off the floor to make it difficult for bolt croppers to get any leverage but slack enough to make using a disc cutter as difficult as possible. If you're out riding with a friend, chain your bikes together.

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                    YAMAHA VIRAGO 535 — Yamaha Virago 535

                    YAMAHA VIRAGO 535

                    TiteMar 20, 2006Testes De Motos

                    A onda nostálgica que fez as motos estradeiras americanas da Harley Davidson estourarem em nível mundial, trouxe no rastro uma série de modelos japoneses e europeus.

                    No Brasil, alguns desses modelos já estão disponíveis e a Yamaha decidiu investir nesse segmento com a linha Virago, formada pelas XV 535, 750 e 1100cc. Essa linha foi lançada no exterior em 1982, com a versão de 750cc; em 85 saiu a 500cc e finalmente em 88 a linha foi completada com a 1100 e a 535. Para avaliar essa linha Custom rodei 2.000 km com a menor das Virago, a XV 535, de São Paulo até o litoral de Santa Catarina.

                    O roteiro começou em São Paulo, numa bela manhã, e o destino era Farol de Santa Marta, um bucólico vilarejo no município de Laguna, SC, retornando a São Paulo. A Yamaha XV 535 Virago teria de enfrentar as temíveis BR-116 (Régis Bittencourt) até Curitiba, PR e a BR 101 até Laguna, numa jornada de 10 horas de estrada. Um teste para moto e motociclista.

                    No primeiro contato com a XV 535, uma das “Harley-covers”, a Virago pareceu ser a que mais se aproxima da original. A semelhança deve-se principalmente ao motor de dois cilindros em V, quatro tempos, 535cc, com comando simples, duas válvulas por cilindro e refrigeração a ar (única entre as custom japonesas). Justamente a refrigeração a ar reforça essa semelhança por proporcionar um ruído mecânico maior do que nos motores de refrigeração líquida. Mesmo assim, o motor da Virago não é do tipo barulhento, simplesmente reproduz mais fielmente o “ruído das Harley”, um som bem agradável.

                    Já nos primeiros quilômetros nota-se que a potência não é o forte desse motor. São 46,2 cv a 7.500 rpm, com um bom torque de 4,8 kgfm a 6.000 rpm. Só para ilustrar, a Honda CB 450DX, com 447 cc, desenvolve 43,3 cv a 8.500 rpm. Para compensar a falta de potência, a Virago XV 535 conta com o motor extremamente elástico, respondendo rapidamente ao comando do acelerador nas retomadas de velocidade. Para rodar na sinuosa BR-116, com seus incontáveis caminhões, essa retomada é fantástica. Basta girar o acelerador a 60 ou 80 km/h, sem reduzir marcha, que a XV 535 dispara até os 100 ou 120 km/h com muita rapidez. Nas primeiras ultrapassagens chega-se até a reuzir para quarta (o câmbio tem cinco archas), mas diante da gritaria do motor percebe-se que é desnecessário.

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                      Clutch tuning is an art and it isn t everyone s cup of tea Everyone seems to... — Yamaha Vikings Wolverines

                      Clutch tuning is an art and it isn't everyone's cup of tea. Everyone seems to think they are the master of it, but in my +33 years of clutch tuning experience, very few actually know what they are doing. Many tuners are confused about which component of the clutch should be used for what kind of tune you are trying to achieve.

                      First off, there are many more factors to look at here. Many people believe that the secondary spring controls your engine rpm during low end power delivery and in an attempt to provide more power off the bottom, continue to add larger and stronger springs. It does control this to a point, but that's not what it is there for. Engine rpm is controlled by a ratio of weight vs. spring pressure. The spring size is determined by the amount of torque your engine develops, too light of spring and you will slip your belt, too strong of spring and you will never reach your maximum speed potential while you chew up belts from over pinching. The correct setup will have a secondary spring with just the right amount of belt tension as to not slip the belt, then the weight of the rollers can be adjusted in order to achieve the correct ratio to produce maximum torque through engine rpm. This may very well of been one of the problems with FordTruckMan's cvt.

                      Another problem is what us engineers in the plastic industry call "Slip Stick". This refers to the ability of the sliding roller to move from a resting point. Even though some plastics are self lubricating, they also tend to stick in a resting position until enough force is applied to get them moving. Over drive weights (originally invented by Hunterworks, now abandoned and used in JBS sheaves), suffer from this problem. Combined with the large surface area at the top, OD weights tend to require large amounts of force to begin sliding. The problem which arises is that once there is enough centrifugal force applied to the OD weight to begin moving, the weights tend to slingshot to the outer edge of the clutch. This may produce a great acceleration effect, but will not yield a smooth performing clutch on technical trails and over obstacles. Round roller weights have very little surface area exposed to the clutch surfaces producing very smooth and controlled clutch performance.

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                        From Gitarre Bass Magazine — YAMAHA Attitude Ltd

                        From Gitarre & Bass Magazine.

                        "Music is the most beautiful form of art"

                        Bass rock legend Billy Sheehan Interview

                        Written by Marie Haacks, March 18, 2016

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                        This rock bassist has earned its place in the history of music in several ways: For Billy Sheehan, well preserved born in 1953, has, with such illustrious Chapels & colleagues as Talas, David Lee Roth with Steve Vai, on Mr. Big Paul Gilbert at G3 with Joe Satriani and niacin played with drummer Dennis Chambers and keyboardist John Novello.

                        That's not all: In addition Sheehan has produced four solo albums in the '00s-years, he has since 2012 with The Winery Dogs go - alongside guitarist & singer Richie Kotzen and drummer Mike Portnoy, after a quarter-century legend theater times wanted to rock again. Even with this formation busy Billy has already two albums at the start.

                        We met the Yamaha endorser Billy Sheehan at Warwick Bass Camp 2015 where he had a lot of fun with fans and colleagues as a guest of the house.

                        I saw you last night on the stage, and had to marvel at how you've kept your bass while playing at your head. How to do that without breaking down or to gamble at least?

                        Oh, you know, I play for so long and have gained a lot of live experience in time. I'm not a fan of changes, so are my Signature bass all built exactly like my first bass - and with whom I have spent the most time. The pickup, frets, strings, the fingerboard are identical, and even the belt has the same length. There are many people who are always trying new pickups, bass, amplifier or strings - but why? In my opinion, one can in his technique and his bass playing expand and improve a lot if the changes around you remain manageable and focusing on familiar things.

                        What was your first bass for a model?

                        It was a Fender Precision Bass in I have installed a humbucking pickup. I love this Gibson bass sound but I love just as well as the Fender bass can play, and I thought to myself: Combine simply what you like like! The Gibson basses are me just kinda too small, the Fender bass seemed then but male (laughs). I have the bass already so become a minor celebrity in 47 years, he is, after all, he was seen on five different magazine covers.

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                          MUST READ — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                          MUST READ!!!

                          * 3 Questions Were Answered

                          1) Alin ang mas kailangan sa acceleration?

                          HORSEPOWER or TORQUE?

                          ANSWER: Well, ang TORQUE ang gumagawa ng force sa gulong. Pero sa HORSEPOWER ng makina nanggagaling ang force na yun. HORSEPOWER ang sumasaklaw sa kabuuang lakas ng torque na naghahatid ng pwersa sa mga gulong. Therefore, parehong kailangan ang horsepower at torque sa performance ng motor.

                          2) Alin pong underbone 150cc na "all-stock" ang talagang malakas? Honda RS150 FI, Raider R150 FI, Sniper150 MXi FI, or Raider R150 Carburetor?

                          ANSWER: Kung ISANG RIDER ang susubok sa apat na motor na yan para malaman kung alin ang MAS MALAKAS ang HATAK, RAIDER FI talaga ang mas LAMANG. Bakit? Hindi dahil bias kami. Kundi dahil mas mataas ang horsepower at torque nya kumpara sa Honda RS150 FI at Sniper150 FI.

                          Pero mas MATULIN ang SNIPER150 MXi FI na SOHC lang kaysa sa HONDA RS150 FI na DOHC dahil mas mataas ang total torque ng Sniper kumpara sa Honda RS150. Kung magaling ang rider ng Sniper150 MXi FI, pwede nyang maabutan ang Raider FI sa bilis ng torque sa gulong. Pero sa horsepower ng makina, hindi kayang tapatan ng Sniper FI ang Raider FI.

                          Pero, MAS MATAAS din ang horsepower ng RAIDER na CARBURETOR kaysa sa Sniper na FI. Magkapantay naman ang horsepower ng Raider na Carburetor at Honda RS150 na FI.

                          SPECIFICATIONS:

                          HOND A RS150 FI:

                          POWER: 11.5 kw (15.4 hp) @ 9,000 rpm

                          TORQUE: 13.5 nm @ 6,500 rpm

                          SUZUKI R150 FI:

                          POWER: 13.6 kw (18.2 hp) @ 10,000 rpm

                          TORQUE: 13.8 nm @ 8,500 rpm

                          R150 Carburetor:

                          POWER: 11.5 kw (15.4 hp) @ 9,500 rpm

                          TORQUE: 12.4 nm @ 8,500 rpm

                          YAMAHA SNIPER150 MXi:

                          POWER: 11.3 kw (15.1 hp) @ 8,500 rpm

                          TORQUE: 13.8 nm @ 7,000 rpm

                          -------------------- EXTRA INFO --------------------

                          HONDA RS150:

                          BORE & STROKE: 57.30 mm x 57.84 mm

                          WEIGHT: 111 kg (without fuel and oil)

                          SUZUKI RAIDER R150 FI:

                          BORE & STROKE: 62.0 mm × 48.8 mm

                          WEIGHT: 109 kg (with full fuel and oil)

                          SUZUKI RAIDER R150 CARBURETOR:

                          BORE & STROKE: 62.0 mm x 48.8 mm

                          WEIGHT: 106 kg (without fuel and oil)

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                            Photos from Dave Zembek's post — YAMAHA JETBOATERS

                            I said I would give an opinion on the Hydrojet Pro talked to Jeff at Cobra Jet. I had his originals, and was really was ok with them; but Pops drives the boat occasionally and wanted a bit more control. I bought the Hydrojet Pro fins as an upgrade to the original style Cobra Jet fins; because they were local, so I drove out to get a set. I got to talk to the owner and the kid who designed them, who of course told me they were the best thing out there. They said they had already sold over 50 sets in their first month of production and that everybody loved them. I assumed the ones that loved them never had steering fins before. They operate out of an airplane hangar with many nice planes; but they had no inventory to choose from like I was told, and I had to wait for them to put a set together; even though I had called in advance. So I went and grabbed lunch and killed an hour or two and went back and they only had one complete; which kind of ticked me off so I ended up leaving and had them ship them to me.

                            Let me start by saying that they asked me to share what I thought of them good or bad; so here goes. I really wanted to like them; but it was NOT an upgrade. It was actually a downgrade. I was not happy with the performance and told them I would be sending them back for a full refund. I sent them back and am awaiting the refund now. They just don't work, they do not operate as claimed, and have issues which I will try to explain.

                            First, the whole goal of steering fins is to compensate for lack of low speed steering; but because they are mounted to the reverse gates, when you bump the throttles forward in no wake mode the fins come up and provide little help. I never realized how far the buckets opened in no wake; but they actually open up quite a bit with little difference from WOT. And after having them; I don't think the extra strain from mounting them on the buckets could be very good.

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                            As you can see, they are already up with the throttles in no wake mode; and the only assistance is from the very bottom of that lower point.

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                              Photos from Steve Street's post — Yamaha RZ500 Australia

                              1985 RZ500 - NAKED!

                              Owner: George Nolan, Indianapolis, IN USA

                              I acquired this RZ500 in 1991. It is a very early model, serial number 128 (101 was the first production model). Unfortunately, it was in poor condition when I got it. The bodywork was in tatters, the tires were bald, and it was filthy. It even had bondo covering dents in the lower exhaust pipes! During the next few months I did a clean-up and overhaul, including new pistons & rings (the cylinder bores were still within spec), Nikon exhaust pipes and Airtech seat and fairing. After this rebuild, I rode the bike for a couple of years. However, I wasn't happy with the looks of the bike. I've always liked looking at the mechanical bits on motorcycles, but the full fairing covered up all of the neat parts.

                              I disassembled the bike again, and made plans for the next iteration. I've always admired the style of the Ducati Monster, which blends road racer performance with a naked bike look. I decided that was what I wanted the RZ to look like. Merely removing the fairing didn't cut it, there were too many things bolted to the frame and buried beneath the fairing that needed attention.

                              I started by relocating the electrical parts (power valve control, CDI box, ignition coils and rectifier/regulator) onto a plate mounted under the tank, in the area where the airbox originally was. I used Wyn Belarusky's air filter kit to eliminate the stock airbox components (I designed and CNC machined new outer covers, since they were so visible). On the bottom side of the plate are the ignition switch, choke lever, fuel petcock and the horn. Brackets were welded onto the frame for the oil tank, electrical panel, and rear bodywork. All of the unused brackets were removed, and unused mounting holes were welded shut. An aluminium oil tank was fabricated to fit under the seat, between the top pipes (it holds 1.5 quarts of Motul 600 2T oil). I also made a small battery box for the 12v 1.3A battery.

                              he stock RZ swingarm has an aluminium brace welded to it, along with a bracket for the rear caliper. The brace provides a convenient mount for a carbon fiber Suzuki GSXR750 hugger fender (Carbon Works). The rear wheel is from a Suzuki GSXR 1000, tire is a Michelin Pilot Sport, 180-55 ZR 17. The wheel and sprocket carrier were machined to correct the sprocket alignment. I converted to a 520 chain, to save a little weight. The rear sprocket is 42 teeth, the front is 16. With the change in wheel circumference, this combination is very close to stock gearing. (Sprocket Specialities).

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                                Twenty years ago the legendary Giacomo Agostini and his then unconventional... — Yamaha RZ500 Australia

                                Twenty years ago, the legendary Giacomo Agostini and his then-unconventional "gill-valved," water-cooled Yamaha YZR500 two-stroke dethroned the mighty MV-Agusta Gran Prix juggernaut, ending MV's unprecedented 17-year win streak. Several years later Kenny Roberts gave the marque three consecutive GP titles, and fans around the world dreamt of what riding a 500cc Yamaha racebike would be like.

                                Skip forward to 1984, and Yamaha brought the dream one step closer to reality when they introduced the 500cc V-Four RZ500.

                                Inspired by the YZR500 factory racer ridden by Roberts during the 1983 GP season, the twin-crank V4 was the closest thing to a Gran Prix bike (with lights) that you could get your hands on. From it's GP-style full fairing to the water-cooled, four-cylinder two-stroke engine nestled in a perimeter-style box section frame, the RZ500 was a dream-come-true for race enthusiasts world wide, and naturally, it became a highly lusted-after machine.

                                Problem was, due to Environmental Protection Agency anti-pollution mandates, the RZ500 was never sold in the United States (at least not legally), but you can bet a few regulations didn't stop enterprising two-stroke lovers from jumping on the contraband express and importing an RZ or four.

                                Three different versions of the red and white bike were available worldwide. The RZ500, which came equipped with Yokohama OEM tires, was sold in Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Its European counterpart, the RD500LC , while mechanically identical, sported Michelin tires and a different paint scheme (photo at right). Japan received a limited-edition RZV500R, replete with a lighter aluminum frame (the others used steel) and other trick goodies, but a lso suffered from a de-tuned engine.

                                Kenny Roberts' 1983 OW-70 GP bike used a very unique 50-degree, twin crank V-four motor equipped with Yamaha's YPVS exhaust power valves, and this same basic design configuration was shared by the RZ: With it's twin cranks, the engine actually functions as a pair of 180-degree parallel twins geared together. Both Roberts' YZR and the RZ500/RD500LCs had removable cassette-style six-speed gearboxes. But this is where the similarities end.

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                                  Photos from Spiros Konstantinidis's post — Yamaha MT-09 Tracer Tracer 900 FJ-09 Owners Forum

                                  Hey everyone,

                                  I thought I would share my recent touring experience with the Tracer. I and my wife set off from the UK on the 1st of July to travel to Greece, Athens. We aimed at riding up to 470 km in a day to take it easy and we spent two nights in France, one night in Switzerland, one night in Italy and one night on the boat from Ancona to Patras. The routes included mostly highways and the undoubted star was the day where we left France and went through the Gottard pass on our way to Locarno. What we did not like was the E62, E35, E45 route in Italy. Very busy even on a Monday and a cool 130 km/h average speed limit along the way. This route also takes you through the Milan ring road and there we had to filter through heavy traffic. We also had to filter along our way to the channel tunnel since it was the fateful day where huge queues were in place due to a faulty train 19 hours ago.

                                  Weather wise, the first two days we had to deal with ‘torrential’ rain and somewhat chilly weather in France. Once we hit Switzerland, the weather improved, in Italy we had sunshine and ~ 30oC and in Greece, the ride from Patras to Athens saw us dealing with 35oC upwards!! We rode all in all 1300 miles two up and loaded in mixed weather and temperatures.

                                  The bike has quite a few upgrades including changed suspension front and rear, Sargent seats and ermax screen. In terms of loading we kept the total load under the 180 kg mark (us included) and we used a bagster tank bag, a kappa manta 47 L top box and two Givi E360 N (40 L) panniers. Tyre pressures were kept to the recommended ones as shown in the owner’s manual and we were on the OEM tyres. In terms of the suspension, I added only a couple of turns to the shock’s preload (ohlins). During the travel, the chain was oiled every morning and pannier racks were checked to make sure all was nice and tight.

                                  On to the more interesting things, the bike behaved very nicely even in touring mode. Most of the time we were happily chugging along with 130 km/h (GPS indicated) and at times where we could open it up a bit more 150 km/h -160 km/h (GPS indicated). At all used speeds the screen did its job (I am 170 cm tall) and I never felt that I wanted a lot more power/torque even when overtaking. The indicated mpg was ~ 51 mpg and we were refuelling at the middle of each day and towards the end of it to be ready for the next day. Where I was challenged a bit more was when filtering where I could feel the weight even if I had tried to make sure that the bike was loaded in a very balanced fashion. When in the Gottardo pass, the bike felt all in all good, but in those tight hair pins, it did give indications of being light at the front. The Sargent seats were comfortable and allowed us to finish each riding day without suffering for the rest of the day. Some wiggling did take place during 2-3 hour segments. Both I and my wife agreed that this is due to the fact that they push us forward (I have my seat set to the low position). Nonetheless, better than stock which left me crippled for the rest of the day after equivalent periods of time on it. The tyres are now in need of change since the rear is really squared off but being fair, I do not have any massive complaints with them. In this journey they behaved well in wet and dry conditions and at different road surfaces. I will however try something else when I change them. In terms of the luggage, none of the pieces let any water in which is good news and made the dry bags we had inside them redundant. I also think that the fog lights (I have the Yamaha ones) did their job in making us visible and in particular when we were riding in very heavy rain where visibility was further obscured by the car spray etc. I think that fog lights are quickly becoming a necessary item in my point of view rather than just something that would be good to have. I am also liking the second version of cosmo accessories GPS rack since I had mounted by drift stealth 2 camera and my zumo 660 on it and I could still read all GPS indications even at higher speeds. But I would say that what made this whole experience much more enjoyable was our gear. We were equipped with revit Neptune and Sand textile suites and Daytona and TCX boots and were kept comfortable through rain, chilly and hot weather. I am really pleased with them and while not cheap, well worth the money!! I should also mention that our SENA SMH 10 also worked fine during the whole trip and helped me to make sure that my wife did not doze off (yes she belongs to this special kind of people!!).

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                                    This is to the VP of Yamaha Motors Bill Boehman — Yamaha Boat Owners

                                    This is to the VP of Yamaha Motors Bill Boehman-

                                    Hello Bill, my name is Bart Elliott, me and my family live in Dothan Alabama. I'm reaching out to you with the hope and faith that you can help me with my Yamaha boat that I purchased 2 weeks ago on 4th of July weekend from Boyds Marine in Dothan Al. I've been researching boats for 2 years and looking at catalogs, inboards, outboards, ect... trying to find the perfect family boat. I decided to buy the Yamaha 242X E series, and I added all the warranties and protection plans I could add because I wanted to keep the boat for a long time. Bill the last 2 weeks have been a nightmare with Boyds Marine and my Yamaha boat. When they deliver the boat, they know nothing about the electronics on the boat (keep in mind this is my first boat), can't show me how the radio tower works or why it's not working. So we take the boat out for the 4th. That first Saturday it blows a fuse with in hours. With warnings scrolling across the monitor. We fix that. The whole day the only 2 speakers working are those at the rear of the boat. The other 8 speakers are out and the sound bar. First time we hit some big wakes at a medium speed we hear this loud metal rattling noise. It's where the bihimini metal frame connects to the right side of the fiberglass boat. It has a loose connection and we want have it looked at first thing tuesday morning after the 4th holiday. Then I open up my rear cushion and all I see is boxes. None of the attachments were assembled and put the boat, to include the wake board holders, the rear view mirror, the spare tire holder an tire on the trailer, fire extinguisher, ect.. so add it to the list of things needing fixed.

                                    We drop the boat off Tuesday morning and go over all the things we need fixed. Matt Nall the GM at Boyds says he will fix it all and jump right on it. I said great because we want to go back to the lake this Friday, we have a cabin rented and family coming down to ride the new boat. I check back 2 days later and the boat hasn't moved, nothing is attached, nothing is fixed. I was in disbelief. I told Matt (GM) that I was very upset that I needed the boat the next day. Well they attached the accessories that day and the. Extra morning when I went pick the boat up (as promised ) it's bad news. The amps are fried and they had to order a new bushing" to stop the rattling of the tower (which is still not fixed). They say take the boat for the weekend, we have to order 2 amps and a pre-amp from Polk Audio from "Rock Bottom audio" here in Dothan. So again we have no sound system and a packed boat all weekend, and the tower just rattles all day long. Take it back the following Monday to Boyds, they say the amps are in. I go back Thursday and boat hasn't moved, amps aren't in and towers not fixed. They tell me it's going to Rock Bottom audio to be fixed friday morning (yesterday) we should be able to pick the boat up there by 1pm. Matt (GM) and Harrison(shop manager)at boyds both tell me out of their mouth that no one there is trained or knows how to fix the Yamaha boat, my heart just sinks and I take a breath of disbelief. So we goto pick the boat up at Rock Bottom audio, and he tells me the boat "Can Not" be fixed! That it has fried the new amps. He says the batteries were wired wrong to begin with at delivery and that's what blew the fuses. Then he says when he totally disconnected the batteries that the wiring in the boat is still "HOT". He states that the entire boat needs to be "REWIRED" and that this was the "3rd" time that Boyds had brought my boat to his shop. Now I have have my boat back again for the 3rd weekend, no radio(the radio is one of the main reasons I bought the boat), a rattling tower, and dealer I have zero confidence in. Bill can you help me reach the right people at Yamaha? I'm so disappointed in boyds marine and my new Yamaha, I fell like I've let my family down too. You can calm me. At 334-701-5550, my email is crimson3287@gmail.com. Thankyou for your time and reading this, apologize for the length and detail.

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                                      This plate on us fz6r is still restricted It s only letting our throttles open... — Yamaha FZ6R Owners

                                      This plate on us fz6r is still restricted! It's only letting our throttles open to 89%. I head that Australia fz6r have have a restrictor, but so do ours, just not as much! So I trimmed it now it opens 100%. But don't cut off too much! Go into the diagnostic center and see what yours doing?

                                      To enter the diagnostic mode and check the existing error codes in memory, do the following:

                                      1. Turn off the ignition, the engine stop button to put in the ON position.

                                      2. Disconnect the fuel pump connector.

                                      3. Simultaneously press SELECT + RESET on the dashboard and not let go.

                                      4. Turn the ignition switch (button still hold) and wait for about 8 seconds until the dashboard inscription "dIAG".

                                      5. Release the button, SELECT button to select "dIAG" (in case the inscription on the dashboard there was another).

                                      6. Once displayed on the screen dIAG press both buttons on the dashboard (SELECT + RESET) at ~ 2 seconds.

                                      7. Once the dashboard displays the diagnostic mode (d01) button to turn off the stop of the engine.

                                      8. To move through the list from d01 to d64 need using the SELECT (up in the list) or RESET (down the list).

                                      In the range list from d01 to d59 performed a self-test system components.

                                      The inclusion of some components is made with the engine brake.

                                      List of self (opposite numbers menu list Decoder + nominal value):

                                      D: 01 = throttle position sensor

                                      completely closed, figures from 12 to 21

                                      fully opened, figures from 96 to 106

                                      D: 02 = barometric pressure as a percentage;

                                      D: 03 = the absolute pressure in the intake circuit;

                                      D: 05 = air temperature in the intake circuit;

                                      D: 06 = engine coolant temperature;

                                      D: 07 = sensor reading speed;

                                      D: 08 = position sensor fall

                                      normal position index of 0.4 - 1.4

                                      inverted position, figure 3.7 - 4.4

                                      D: 09 = board voltage

                                      D: 13 = position sensor throttle 2

                                      completely. closed figure 9 to 23

                                      fully opened, the rate of from 94 to 108

                                      D: 14 = position sensor throttle 1

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                                        THE TRUE STORY OF THE YAMAHA XS650 — Yamaha XS650

                                        THE TRUE STORY OF THE YAMAHA XS650

                                        I read a lot of crap on the Internet and on Facebook about Horex and Hosk being the predecessors of the Yamaha XS650.

                                        Every now and then you see the same story and some people believe that nonsense: "It's on the Internet or on Facebook , so it must be true".

                                        Below you can read the real story about the development of the Yamaha XS650 and the relationship with the Toyota 2000 GT Sportscar.

                                        Thanks to Ludy Beumer for the info.

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                                        The following story was written for the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club Journal after some, partly incorrect facts were published about this bike, which is becoming (rightfully) more popular now everywhere. Later-on the Dutch XS650 Club (750 members), published it as well.

                                        “True Story of the Yamaha XS650 series”

                                        In Europe the first model seen in some quantity was the XS1F. The Netherlands received the first batch in May 1971. Prior to this a few of the now famous green XS1’s were shipped to Holland, Germany, Switzerland and Austria, for evaluation purposes.

                                        The information hereunder was compiled for me by my Japanese colleague and friend "Dottore" S. Iwasa, who was chassis development engineer for the Toyota cars mentioned later on and who started working for Yamaha in 1959. An old friend of his in Japan sent us the information.

                                        XS650 (XS1)

                                        1) Summary of production.

                                        The XS650, the largest 4-stroke motorcycle ever made by Yamaha, was launched during the Tokyo Motor show in October 1969 and was commercialized in March 1970. Production ceased in the spring of 1980, bringing the total production to nearly 300.000 units.

                                        2) Specification

                                        Engine 4-stroke, OHC, Parallel twin, displacement 653 ccm. Transmission 5 speed gearbox, chain final drive. Etc.

                                        3) Objective of the development

                                        The 650 XS1 was the first 4 stroke engine motorcycle ever developed by Yamaha and also the first large displacement engine. Prior to this one the largest engine was the YR-1 Yamaha 2-stroke twin.

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                                          Photos from Maria Stramby Asan Thai's post — Bigbike Lovers Indonesia

                                          MATERIAL KAMPAS REM ( FRICTION MATERIAL )

                                          Penyebab paling umum dari keluhan dan kinerja yang buruk adalah suara dan getaran atau jadder. Formula friction materrial untuk kampas rem memiliki dampak yang besar pada mencegah masalah ini. Dengan memvariasikan bahan tertentu, engineer dapat memodifikasi formula untuk aplikasi kampas rem yang lebih sesuai untuk berbagai kendaraan. Kunci untuk memahami jenis formula untuk membuat yang terbaik untuk aplikasi tertentu disederhanakan dengan melihat rekomendasi original equipment (OE) . Saat ini, ada tiga yang diterima secara universal "feel" dari formulasi friction material untuk kampas rem ; semi-metalik , non-asbes organik (NAO) dan keramik.

                                          Friction material kampas rem Semi-metalik .

                                          Kampas rem semi-metalik terbuat dari steel fiber sebagai penguat serat. Kebanyakan friction material semi-metalik mengandung setidaknya 60% berat ,steel fiber. Steel fiber bertindak sebagai frame work untuk mengikat friction material secara bersamaan. Kampas rem Semi metalik memberikan performance dan karakteristik keausan yang lebih baik dari pada kampas rem non asbestos konvensional. Kampas rem semi metalik popular pada awal 1980-an bersamaan dengan diperkenalkannya mobil penumpang for-wheel drive.Sebagaimana kita ketahui karakteristik pengerama FWD( penggerak roda depan), kurang lebih 80% dari braking force terjadi di depan, berarti sangat penting untuk memasang sepasang kampas rem yang stabil pada suhu operasi dan tekanan yang lebih tinggi. Kampas rem Non-asbes organik dan keramik tidak dirancang untuk aplikasi kendaraan pada suhu operasi pengereman yang tinggi dan tidak boleh menggantikan kendaraan yang awalnya dilengkapi dengan kampas rem semi metalik.

                                          Friction Material kampas rem Non Asbestos Organik.

                                          Kampas rem Non-asbes organik (NAO) terdiri dari serat organik yang digunakan untuk memperkuat friction material dan memberikan kekuatan pada kampas rem. Friction material NAO m,engandung steel fiber kurang dari 20% berat, Kampa rem NAO dirancang untuk menggantikan kampas rem asbes yang berbahaya dan populer di kendaraan pra-FWD . Biasanya, ini digunakan untuk kendaraan yang lebih besar, yang digunakan untuk kampas rem depan dan belakang, biasanya digunakan untuk bus dan truck.

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                                            YAMAHA YZF R125 2013 | modified | Exhaust system | Alarm | Remote start | Low mileage | 1 Owner — Yamaha YZF R125 Official Page 2016

                                            Up for sale is my Yamaha R125, over the past 2 years I have spent lots of time and money on this bike! I guarantee you will not be able to find another learner legal bike this good! The best parts of this bike is the Fully fitted SPY5000 remote alarm with remote start (see below to read more about that) also the exhaust system that is on it sounds absolutely amazing with and without a baffle! I have spent over £1000 on this bike and I'm selling it on hoping to find someone that will love it as much as I have! My reason for selling is that I'm looking to get another bike with a bigger engine.

                                            The mods and upgrades I have done is as follows:

                                            Custom number plate (does not come with the bike)

                                            Pirelli Sport Demon 110/70 front tyre

                                            Pirelli Sport Demon 140/70 rear tyre (bigger than stock rear tyre gives the bike a better look)

                                            Both tyres are in great condition with plenty of tread left.

                                            Renthal Road Race Grips

                                            Genuine Yamaha R125 Yoke protector

                                            Genuine Yamaha R125 Tank protector

                                            Performance Technical Brake Lever Guard

                                            Yuasa 5-3B motorbikw battery

                                            LED side lights

                                            R&G Tail tidy

                                            Keeps the rear end looking much cleaner!

                                            R&G Shocktube

                                            Completely encloses the motorcycles rear shock absorber and spring, Shocktube prevents damage from road salt, water spray, stone

                                            chipping, dust and dirt.

                                            2 x Osram H7 Night Racer 110 Motorbike Headlight Bulbs

                                            The best bulbs I have found for night riding and being seen by other road users.

                                            Carbon Fibre Pillion Footrest Blanking Plates

                                            (stops water from getting in under the seat due to removing pillion footrests) Original footrests come with the bike.

                                            Radical Racing GP Carbon Exhaust fully fitted

                                            Best sounding exhaust I have found on the R125

                                            Stock ECU flash to make sure the air/fuel ratio is right for the new exhaust

                                            Extremely high eye-catching factor!

                                            Full stainless steel system (full De-cat)

                                            Stock exhaust comes with the bike

                                            Fully fitted Spy5000 alarm system (see last picture)

                                            2 USB rechargeable remotes. No need to waste lots of batteries!

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                                              Photos from Girish Krishnan's post — Someday, You ll Own A YAMAHA

                                              The 5 best touring motorcycles bike for doing distance

                                              You’ve bought all of the riding gear, got the maps, worked out a route and you now want to ride as far and as long as you can. So which type of motorcycle should you take touring?

                                              There’s a huge selection to choose from. Big tourers, mid-size sport tourers, cruiser/tourers, but here’s five bikes that are RideApart’s choice for doing distance. All five of these will all eat up the miles, plus get you, a passenger and your luggage to wherever you’re going quickly and in a fair degree of comfort.

                                              BMW K 1600 GTL

                                              Back in August, we reviewed BMW’s fully-faired, long distance tourer, the K 1600 GTL (and its sibling the K 1600 GT) and gave them both a thumbs up with the GTL getting a 9/10 rating as we felt it redefined what a big modern touring bike should be. Very fast, extremely comfortable and very capable. Although it’s a big motorcycle at 703 lbs, it just doesn’t ride like a big, heavy bike. We felt the K 1600 GTL represents everything that BMW knows about making great motorcycles.

                                              As a cross-country tourer the GTL comes fully loaded but, despite all of the kit, we were hard-pressed to categorize this BMW as, out on the road, it’s almost as involving as a superbike. So instead we opted for the new term “Supertourer.”

                                              Not only can you ride it for miles and miles, you can get off it feeling you’ve just ridden around the block. This is in part down to its powerful 1,649cc engine and its claimed 160 hp and 129 lb.-ft. of torque. Being an inline-six, it’s super smooth and it delivers that torque at very low revs.

                                              The GTL shares quite a lot (frame, engine, brakes etc) with its slightly less expensive sibling, the K 1600 GT ($21,500), but the seating position on the GTL is different (you sit more in the GTL rather than on the bike like the GT), the foot pegs are lower and further forward and the bars are higher and closer to the rider.

                                              At $23,950 (including ABS as standard) it’s not cheap. But the GTL comes with an impressive standard equipment list that includes hard bags and a sophisticated media system that allows you to pair sat nav, phones and MP3 players. If you want to ride great distances, with a passenger and in great comfort look no further than BMW’s K 1600 GTL.

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                                                Riding Tips. Finding the right Position — Someday, You ll Own A YAMAHA

                                                Riding Tips: Finding the right Position.

                                                Experienced motorcyclists are sometimes the worst people to ask about riding techniques and positions. Complicated things, like countersteering and body position, can become so second-nature that they will wind up saying things like “just relax…” and “steer with your shoulders…” “Just look in the direction you want to go and the bike will do it.” Yeah, ok. They say these things because the actual mechanics have become second nature to them (and so are any bad habits they have acquired). But for those to whom the mechanics of riding aren’t second-nature, or who want to hone their technique, there are three basic principles to body position and riding a motorcycle…

                                                Now the particular body position that is right for you depends on two things: your shape and size, and your bike’s shape and size… In particular, where your torso and arms are in relation to the bars when you are seated square over the footpegs.

                                                So for example, many people think sportbike riders lean forward for a tucked-in position in order to be more aerodynamic… The truth is, that is the only way to lock-in on a sportbike and steer quickly. Here’s what I mean, there are three basic parts to your body position on a motorcycle:

                                                Seating. The purpose of your seating is to lock you onto the bike so that you can turn and brake and accelerate while seated in a stable position. You should not need your arms to at all to stay on the bike once you are seated properly. How do you know you’re seated properly? On most standards and sportbikes, proper seating means you should be able to stand straight up on the pegs and balance yourself…then sit straight down…wherever your butt winds up sitting straight down is the basic seating location for you on that bike. For larger cruisers (where the foot pedals are in front of the seat) it’s even easier. Wherever you can sit and reach the pedals easily while still bending your knees slightly, that is generally the correct sitting position/location for you on the bike.

                                                Experienced motorcyclists are sometimes the worst people to ask about riding techniques and positions. Complicated things, like countersteering and body position, can become so second-nature that they will wind up saying things like “just relax…” and “steer with your shoulders…” “Just look in the direction you want to go and the bike will do it.” Yeah, ok. They say these things because the actual mechanics have become second nature to them (and so are any bad habits they have acquired). But for those to whom the mechanics of riding aren’t second-nature, or who want to hone their technique, there are three basic principles to body position and riding a motorcycle…

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                                                  Photos from Girish Krishnan's post — Someday, You ll Own A YAMAHA

                                                  Why 2-Stroke Engines Are More Fun Than 4-Stroke Engines?

                                                  I always wonder why Yamaha RX 100 and Yamaha RD 350 are being vowed by the entire biker community of India, even today after decades of these bikes being discontinued from the market they are still in demand among the bikers in the after market. Both the bikes and bikes like Suzuki Shogun and Suzuki Shaolin are few other bikes to name which belong to the Elite group of bikes having 2-Stroke Engines. However the modern Motorcycle era belongs to the 4-Stroke engines but these 2-stroke engine bikes have become immortal and if I call them Legends that must not be the exaggeration at all.

                                                  What is that which makes these bikes special? Is it the Brute performance, which these bikes are capable off delivering? or the mind numbing Pick-up they have to offer? Whatever the answer is, it is the 2-Stroke engine which is actually responsible for all these divine experiences. Now there are many questions arise in mind when we talk about these 2- Stroke engine, which we would discus step by step:

                                                  How 2-Stroke Engines Work?

                                                  The 2-Stroke Engines are actually simple internal combustion engines they are even simpler then 4-Stroke Engines. As we also faced complications while understanding the mechanism of 2-stroke engines explained in other sites available on Net, we would try to explain you the working of 2-stroke engines in simple and easy terms. To begin with one should understand that, one thing is common between both 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines and that is both are "engines" and the job of an engine is to produce power and torque by using mixture of Air and Fuel.

                                                  Engine:

                                                  The Engine mainly consists of Head and Block, the Head contains the Spark plug and in case of 4-stroke engines it also consists of inlet and outlet Valves. The Block contains Piston, Crankshaft and Connecting rod. The space between the Head and Block where there is actual combustion of mixture of the fuel and air takes place is called Combustion Chamber.

                                                  Combustion:

                                                  The process of combustion starts when the mixture of Fuel and Air gets ignited by the spark obtained from the Spark plug causing blast in the combustion chamber of the engine, thereby thrusting the piston downwards moving the Crank shaft which is attached with the piston through connecting rod. Each time the Piston moves forward and backward gets the Crankshaft also turn and thereby turning the wheels through the Transmission. That is how the Fuel turns into forward motion. There are four basic processes involved to complete one cycle of combustion in both 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines, namely: Intake, Compression, Ignition and Exhaust.

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                                                    Just in case some of you aren t sure how two stroke engines work here is some... — Someday, You ll Own A YAMAHA

                                                    Just in case some of you aren’t sure how two-stroke engines work, here is some review. In a four-stroke engine, each of the four essential steps of the power-producing cycle is given its own piston stroke:

                                                    1) Compression

                                                    2) Power

                                                    3) Exhaust

                                                    4) Intake

                                                    A two-stroke performs all the same steps, but in just two piston strokes. The simplest two-strokes do this by using the crankcase and the underside of the moving piston as a fresh charge pump. Such engines carry the official name “crankcase-scavenged two-strokes.”

                                                    As the two-stroke’s piston rises on compression, its underside pulls a partial vacuum in the crankcase. An intake port of some kind (cylinder wall port, reed valve or rotary disc valve) opens, allowing air to rush into the crankcase through a carburetor.

                                                    As the piston nears Top Dead Center, a spark fires the compressed mixture. As in a four-stroke, the mixture burns and its chemical energy becomes heat energy, raising the pressure of the burned mixture to hundreds of psi. This pressure drives the piston down the bore, rotating the crankshaft.

                                                    As the piston continues down the bore, it begins to expose an exhaust port in the cylinder wall. As spent combustion gas rushes out through this port, the descending piston is simultaneously compressing the fuel-air mixture trapped beneath it in the crankcase.

                                                    As the piston descends more, it begins to expose two or more fresh-charge ports, which are connected to the crankcase by short ducts. As pressure in the cylinder is now low and pressure in the crankcase higher, fresh charge from the crankcase rushes into the cylinder through the fresh-charge (or “transfer”) ports. These ports are shaped and aimed to minimize direct loss of fresh charge to the exhaust port. Even in the best designs, there is some loss, but simplicity has its price! This process of filling the cylinder while also pushing leftover exhaust gas out the exhaust port is called “scavenging.”

                                                    While the piston is near Bottom Dead Center, mixture continues to move from the crankcase, up through the transfer ports, and into the cylinder.

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                                                      Photos from Matt Berger's post — YAMAHA PICS MODIFICATIONS

                                                      Caution: A lot of reading ahead, but worth the read if you ever plan a nude pulley project on the Roadstar.

                                                      When I first put the nude pulley on the bike, I thought I could shore up the left side of the transmission by bolting a steel bracket to the engine and transmission. In case you don’t know, the pulley housing on the Roadstar is actually a load-bearing structure that keeps the transfer case rigid with the engine.

                                                      Learn from my mistake. A small bracket like the one I made CANNOT sufficiently stabilize the transmission. There needs to be multiple contact points on the engine and transmission, not just a couple.

                                                      I rode the piss out of it like that for about 2 ½ years, until, one day while I was on the interstate, I downshifted and the pulley went into orbit. (Never did find it) My belt had come loose twice in the few months preceding that incident. More on that later

                                                      Still not realizing my mistake, (One of the bolts on the bracket had come out, and I figured that was the reason) I bought an offset pulley from S&S Custom Cycle, ($350) had it chromed, ($100)and bolted it on. Rode it about 5 miles before I felt a God-awful vibration as I rolled off the throttle. Pulled over and found that the output shaft had spun the lands and grooves out of the center of the new pulley!

                                                      Had to file the splines back into shape, and clean up the threads on the output shaft. Bought an aluminum 32 tooth pulley from Barons, ($180) went with a pulley spacer from BMS Choppers, ($240) and after a long bit of correspondence with Shane at S&S Custom Cycle, I then realized that I needed to sufficiently brace the transmission to the engine. I bought Baron’s “Torque Arm,” which has 3 contact points on the engine, 4 around the ouput shaft in the transmission, and 4 on the swing arm frame. ($250) BMS Choppers offers they’re solution, a plate which bolts to the engine with 3 bolts, and transmission with 4 bolts. Honestly, the BMS plate was a little cheaper, but I’m a chrome whore, so I went with the Baron’s unit because it was prettier and chrome-plated.

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                                                        Here are some cleaning tips I read — YAMAHA JETBOATERS

                                                        Here are some cleaning tips I read.

                                                        Wash Your Boat

                                                        Wash your boat, or at least hose it off well — the last thing you want to do is grind dust and dirt into your gelcoat while cleaning! This will also take off the main layer of dirt and bird droppings so you have a better idea of what condition your boat is really in and the areas that may need extra work. To clean off all of Buck's shoe marks and other scuffs on the nonskid, wet a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser pad in your bucket of soapy water and use it to remove marks and stains. These work well, but never use them on smooth gelcoat or you'll remove all wax and shine and leave a noticeable faded spot. They're great, however, on rubber, plastic, and vinyl.

                                                        Clean The Canvas

                                                        Now's a good time to tackle the canvas while you still have your wash gear out. Wet down the canvas and run your deck brush over it to lift and remove loose dirt and bird droppings. Rinse well. Then use a mildew remover/cleaner spray to treat any sections where mildew has grown. Spray it directly on the mildew, scrub it in with a brush, then rinse well. If you live in a wet or humid climate, use a mildew treatment (such as Yacht Brite's Mold Away) that can be left on the canvas to prevent mildew from coming back. Spray the treatment lightly over the canvas and around the edges, and leave it on. It will keep mildew at bay for several months.

                                                        Cleaner Wax Touch-Up

                                                        The stains you'll find in smooth gelcoat can easily be removed with cleaner wax. This includes scuff marks from shoes, bird droppings, leaf stains, water streaks on vertical surfaces that didn't completely come off with the wash, and gray-water stains on horizontal surfaces. To remove these stains, squeeze a small amount of cleaner wax on a cotton rag, then rub it on and around the mark or stain until it comes off. Use a microfiber rag to wipe off the hazy wax residue. This is a great way to remove stains in between annual wax jobs. Not only are you keeping your boat looking good; you're also adding a bit of wax back to extend the life of your wax job.

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                                                          PLEASE TRANSLATE IN YOUR LANGUAGE — Yamaha MT-09 Tracer Tracer 900 FJ-09 Owners Forum

                                                          (PLEASE TRANSLATE IN YOUR LANGUAGE)

                                                          Dunque, partendo dal presupposto che "motociclisticamente parlando" (e da appassionato quale mi reputo) per me oggi è il giorno perfetto, vi racconto com'è andato l'incontro che avevo in programma in Yamaha ..

                                                          .. come si vede dalla foto, i signori incontrati oggi non sono i tecnici Yamaha Italia, ma i progettisti ed i designer giapponesi che hanno lavorato sul progetto Tracer, sorpresa inaspettata e da me decisamente gradita, peccato solo per qualche difficoltà comunicativa (con l'inglese di entrambe le parti), ma grazie al supporto dei commissari di zona presenti, è stato tutto fattibile.

                                                          L'incontro è stato sviluppato in due momenti distinti: un momento dedicato ad analizzare un questionario da me compilato, analizzando quindi pro e contro da me segnalati ed un momento dedicato all'analisi della Tracer per capire come io (cliente) ha modificato la propria Tracer.

                                                          Nell'incontro sono riuscito a portare la loro attenzione sui temi caldi che riguardano quasi tutti noi, temi ben noti (so di non essere stato l'unico a segnalarli, visto che solo oggi i tecnici hanno incontrato ben 8 clienti tutti diversi) e l'interesse dimostrato nell'ascolto del cliente e nella possibile (futura) ricerca e sviluppo del progetto Tracer, mi fanno sperare bene, quindi complimenti a Yamaha ed al suo staff prima di tutto!

                                                          Vendite della Tracer nettamente al di sopra delle aspettative, moto che ha raccolto un range di motociclisti ampissimo, moto che ha raccolto motociclisti di tutte le età ed estrazioni, portano loro (tecnici) a dover sviluppare e migliorare la Tracer ove è carente, per una soddisfazione ancora più alta della clientela ..... ma, qui sorge un MA ..... MA un'unica moto può soddisfare così tanti bikers con esigenze così diverse? E' la domanda che ho posto a loro .....

                                                          La risposta è stata ovviamente NO! Seguita però da una motivazione più che concreta e strettamente legata allo sviluppo del progetto Tracer: la Tracer è stata da loro progettata e disegnata per garantire emozioni, reattività, agilità, pesi ridotti, maneggevolezza .. con il "plus" di avere una postura in sella piuttosto comoda per pilota e passeggero, una protezione aerodinamica accettabile, possibilità di caricare la moto per spostamenti a medio-corto raggio .. punto. E volete sapere il perchè di questo progetto Tracer?

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                                                            PTPA. share lang — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                            PTPA :) share lang.

                                                            10 Steps to Learning Motorcycle Mechanics

                                                            BY PAUL CROWE

                                                            If you like the idea of Motorcycle Repair and Motorcycle Restoration but you haven’t yet joined the ranks of highly skilled garage wizards, don’t give up. You don’t need mysterious training available only to the select few, you can learn a lot on your own. It starts with desire, you mix that with effort and persistence plus a small dash of bruised knuckles and over time you’ll gain the knowledge to demonstrate the skills others respect, you might even amaze yourself when you step back and see what you’ve done. Always remember, no one is stopping you, if you want the skills, learn. Here are some tips to get you started.

                                                            1. Get Curious.

                                                            Learning begins with curiosity and boredom disappears. The more curious you are, the more likely you are to push beyond the basics because you won’t be satisfied with what you know. Cultivate your curiosity.

                                                            Curiosity leads to questions and the more you learn the more complex the questions. How do I change the oil? How do I adjust the valves? How do I blueprint an engine? Keep asking tougher questions and you’ll keep learning. If it’s easy and you know the answer, it means you’re not learning, you’re just practicing what you already know.

                                                            2. Build on small successes.

                                                            There’s another reason to start with simpler questions like “How do I change the oil?” Chances of success are high and it builds confidence that you’ll be able to do bigger jobs. The payoff is fast, too. Even for a first timer reading the manual carefully, changing the oil is a straightforward operation and you can be back on your motorcycle in an hour or so, knowing you just performed necessary maintenance vital to the long term reliability of your bike. One small success and you’ll feel better about trying something a little higher on the complexity meter. The tool kit that comes with the motorcycle, probably has the tools you’ll need for the basic jobs, and the owner’s manual will explain the process.

                                                            3. Read books about motorcycle mechanics.

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                                                              pagi brader dengan ini kami menginformasikan kepada para biker tanah air untuk... — Bigbike Lovers Indonesia

                                                              pagi brader, dengan ini kami menginformasikan kepada para biker tanah air untuk dapat bergabung dalam acara Yamaha Sunday Race round 2 di sirkuit internasional sentul pada :

                                                              Hari : Minggu

                                                              Tanggal : 24 April 2016

                                                              Dalam acara ini selain race untuk para penunggang R-Series. Yamaha Riding Academy Indonesia bersama YRFI akan menggelar Fun Riding Competition untuk kelas NMAX juga kelas pengunjung khusus kelas pengunjung kompetisi menggunakan Yamaha Xabre. Pada beberapa waktu lalu ada temen - temen nanya kapan Yamaha tipe matic diajak fun riding. Nah sekarang waktunya, bawa NMAXmu kesentul untuk ikutan seru seruan bersama Yamaha Riding Academy Indonesia. Trus timbul pertanyaan baru akukan ga punya NMAX min trus gimana dong? Gak masalah brader, datang aja kesentul dan daftar untuk mengikuti kelas pengunjung dengan menggunakan Yamaha Xabre hihii... Pendaftaran GRATIS TIS. Pendaftaran dibuka dari jam 08:00 - 15:00 note : kuota terbatas, syarat dan ketentuan berlaku. Jgn lupa pakai celana panjang dan sepatu ya... Tunggu apalagi, mikir apalagi? Ada hadiahnya ga ya? Walah ga usah gundah bray, Yamaha telah mempersiapkan uang tunai beserta thropynya untuk juara 1,2,3 untuk setiap kelasnya. Opo meneh? Yang kalah gimana min? Yang kalah dapet seneng ikutan fun riding kompetisi sama liat balapan R-Series. Trus klo aku bukan anak komunitas min? Mumet iki mimin kebanyakan pertanyaan hehehee. Tenang ini acara dibuka untuk semua kalangan lho, boleh dari komunitas, club, ibu rumah tangga, kepala sekolah, sopir, pilot, ustadz dll... Yang penting bisa mengendarai Yamaha Xabre kalau nggak punya NMAX. Ok bray clear ya... Tunjukkan skill ridingmu bersama Yamaha Riding Academy Indonesia.

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                                                                Galing sa thread. nakakahilo mag compute theoretical nga lang. pero pwdee — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                Galing sa thread..nakakahilo mag compute, theoretical nga lang..pero pwdee..

                                                                I thought it would be interesting to find out the actual speed of a motorcycle if its engine were capable of running at redline rpm in top gear. Some of the results may surprise you.

                                                                But first a brief discussion on the method of computation.

                                                                The speed of a motorcycle in a particular gear can be computed from the engine rpm, primary reduction ratio, secondary reduction ratio, gear ratio (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. gear ratio), and rear tire circumference. The primary reduction ratio refers to the gear pair between the crankshaft and the transmission. The secondary reduction ratio refers to the ratio of the

                                                                number of rear wheel sprocket teeth and the number of engine sprocket teeth. These ratios are usually listed in the motorcycle owner's manual. The rear wheel circumference, on the other hand, can be computed from the tire size. Let's take the Suzuki Raider 150 as an example.

                                                                Suzuki Raider 150 data from the owner's manual:

                                                                Primary reduction ratio = 70/20 = 3.500

                                                                Secondary reduction ratio = 43/14 = 3.071

                                                                6th gear ratio = 20/25 = 0.800

                                                                Tire size = 80/90 x 17

                                                                Rear Tire circumference = (pi) x (diameter)

                                                                = (3.141593) x {[(17 inches) x (25.4 mm/inch)] + [(2) x (80 mm) x (90/100)]}

                                                                = 1808.9 mm

                                                                = 1.8089 m

                                                                For simplicity, we can first compute the overall reduction ratio.

                                                                Overall reduction ratio = (primary reduction ratio) x (secondary reduction ratio) x (gear ratio)

                                                                = (3.500) x (3.071) x (0.800)

                                                                = 8.5988

                                                                Now we're ready to compute the speed. Here's the equation.

                                                                Speed = [(rpm)/(overall reduction ratio)] x (rear tire circumference) x (60/1000)

                                                                The factor 60/1000 is used to convert meters/minute to kilometers/hour.

                                                                The speed of a Suzuki Raider 150 running at 11500 rpm (redline) in 6th gear is

                                                                Speed = (11500/8.5988) x (1.8089) x (60/1000)

                                                                = 145.1 kph

                                                                145.1 kph at 11500 rpm in 6th gear is not bad!

                                                                However, Whether or not the engine is capable of running at 11500 rpm in 6th gear is another question.

                                                                (Note: The calculations assume that the tire diameter is not decreased by the weight of the bike and rider, and also that the tire tread is not worn. It is also assumed that there is no clutch slippage.)

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                                                                  Custom 350 Warrior — Yamaha Warrior Raptor Yfm350 for sale

                                                                  MOTOR: CARBURETOR:

                                                                  stage 1 hot cam FCR39 with extra jets

                                                                  bored 30 over Wiseco piston MSR fuel screw

                                                                  good clutch new clutch terminator cable Boyesen quick shot accelerator pump

                                                                  new starter polished by me Also have stock carb with a

                                                                  new stator Dynojet kit installed

                                                                  Big Bear oil cooler mod

                                                                  new OEM gear shifter and linkage

                                                                  GYT-R front sprocket chain cover (Rare) INTAKE:

                                                                  transmission works great CFM performance aluminum air box

                                                                  White Brothers e-series exhaust freshly pack K&N Air Filter

                                                                  brand new upper motor mounts

                                                                  new battery

                                                                  FRONT SUSPENSION: REAR SUSPENSION:

                                                                  +3+1 Wicked A-Arms New Bushings&Seals 350 Banshee Shock New Bushings

                                                                  New Ball Joints YFZ 450 brake mod dual piston caliper

                                                                  +3 Streamline Brake Lines Wave Rotor&New Brakes

                                                                  ALBA brake line clamps Polished Dog Bone Polished brake calipers with new pads Swingarm New Bushings&Bearings

                                                                  Aluminum hubs with new wheel bearings New Axle carrier bearings and seals

                                                                  Extended tie rods with new ends +2 to +4 adjustable TUSK G-Force Axle

                                                                  YFZ 450 Fox Racing Shox freshly rebuilt DG aluminum swing arm skid

                                                                  Wave Rotors Moose Rear Chain Guide

                                                                  New Chain Rollers EVERYTHING ELSE: Gold RX xw-ring Chain

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                                                                    No se si se habia publicado antes pero puede ser interesante — YAMAHA DT 125-175 ARGENTINA

                                                                    No se si se habia publicado antes pero puede ser interesante.

                                                                    Varias motos x su supuesto real consumo!

                                                                    No recuerdo de que pagina griega lo saque... (έως= hasta ; πριν = hace)

                                                                    1 - Yamaha XV 250(πριν το 1998) : 3,00 L / 100 km

                                                                    2 - Honda NX 250(1988 hasta 1996) : 3,58 L / 100 km

                                                                    3 - Suzuki TU 250 Volty(1997 hasta 2001) : 3,89 L / 100 km

                                                                    4 - Yamaha Tricker 250(μετά το 2005) : 4,00 L / 100 km

                                                                    5 - BMW F 650 CS Scarver(2001 hasta2 005) : 4,39 L / 100 km

                                                                    6 - Yamaha SR 500(πριν το 1998) : 4,42 L / 100 km

                                                                    7 - BMW F 650 GS/Dakar(μετά το 2000) : 4,48 L / 100 km

                                                                    8 - Kymco 250 Venox(μετά το 2002) : 4,50 L / 100 km

                                                                    9 - BMW F 800 ST(μετά το 2006) : 4,60 L / 100 km

                                                                    10 - BMW F 800 S(μετά το 2006) : 4,70 L / 100 km

                                                                    11 - Suzuki GS 500 F(μετά το 2004) : 4,82 L / 100 km

                                                                    12 - Buell X1 White/Lightning(πριν το 2001) : 4,83 L / 100 km

                                                                    13 - Kawasaki W 650(μετά το 1998) : 4,92 L / 100 km

                                                                    14 - Suzuki DR 350 S/E(πριν το 2001) : 4,94 L / 100 km

                                                                    15 - Kawasaki 250 Estrella(πριν το 2000) : 5,00 L / 100 km

                                                                    16 - Suzuki M 800 Intruder(μετά το 2005) : 5,00 L / 100 km

                                                                    17 - Harley-Davidson 883 Sportster(2000 hasta 2003) : 5,00 L / 100 km

                                                                    18 - Honda VT 750 C Shadow(2004 hasta 2006) : 5,00 L / 100 km

                                                                    19 - Yamaha XT 660 R(μετά το 2004) : 5,08 L / 100 km

                                                                    20 - Yamaha 600 SRX(1986 hasta 1990 ?) : 5,13 L / 100 km

                                                                    21 - Yamaha 600 SRX(1986 hasta 1990 ?) : 5,13 L / 100 km

                                                                    22 - Kawasaki 650 KLX R(1993 hasta 2002) : 5,17 L / 100 km

                                                                    23 - Moto Guzzi 750 Breva Ie(μετά το 2003) : 5,18 L / 100 km

                                                                    24 - Suzuki GS 500(2001 hasta 2003) : 5,19 L / 100 km

                                                                    25 - Kawasaki 300 KLX R(2003 hasta 2005) : 5,20 L / 100 km

                                                                    26 - Suzuki DRZ 400 S(μετά το 2000) : 5,20 L / 100 km

                                                                    27 - Harley-Davidson 883 Sportster/R/Low(2004 hasta 2006) : 5,22 L / 100 km

                                                                    28 - Kawasaki 650 Versys(μετά το 2007) : 5,28 L / 100 km

                                                                    29 - BMW F 650(πριν το 2001) : 5,29 L / 100 km

                                                                    30 - Honda VT 600 Shadow(πριν το 2001) : 5,29 L / 100 km

                                                                    31 - Kawasaki VN 800 Drifter(1999 hasta 2002) : 5,29 L / 100 km

                                                                    32 - Kawasaki ER-6 N(μετά το 2005) : 5,29 L / 100 km

                                                                    33 - Honda VT 750 C Shadow(πριν το 2001) : 5,30 L / 100 km

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                                                                      ok fellas first of all i would like to say what a pleasure it is to be part of... — Yamaha FJ 1100 1200 and 1300 sport tourer - LATERAL FRAME CONCEPT

                                                                      ok fellas first of all i would like to say what a pleasure it is to be part of this group today i would like to talk about the ride i know most of you ride often as possible and some even in the snow just ease off the throttle a little and take the time to cherish the ride because you never know it could be your last i know when i first got my fj way back in 84 it was my only transportation for several years i did not own a car and it became that i just rode and took it for granted how ever i did have some very memorable rides back then like the day i gave this girl a ride she was wearing this summer top and at about 85 it came down giving me a pleasurable view in the mirrors enough of that iknow you are all picturing that in your minds right now i went into work one day and my boss handed me a letter stating that the company was forming a drag race team and would be making a big deal of it at nhra natl events so i decided it was time to freshen up the old street bike and prepare it to race so i took her down to the bare chassis and due to lack of funs thats where she would stay for the next several years then low and behold they transfer me to another store some 60 miles away the fj goes intoboxes then about a year later they decide to give me a store of my own so once agian im loading up the fj agian but this time is400 miles to the frozen north of amarillo texas and by 1990 im in abilene tx and done with apartment living for good find a house with a garage time now to start putting her back together nowengine completly rebuilt bike back together riding on the street once agian until i hire an old friend to work for me it turns out he has a front engine dragster and is about to start racing i go with him a few times and the bug gets me agian i buy a wheelie bar install it build a small trailer and its off to the races but they dont race every weekend and some of the other bike guys i had met suggested we show it ok im sure your all getting board by now so i will cut to the point the truth is i havnt ridden my fj since june of 99 which is when the old stock motor finally gave up after 10 long years of hard racing just about the time my company decided to send me to lawrence kansas then came back to texas got the store i had always wanted and then they pulled the plug so i was out of work for thefirst time since i was 16 not looking good for the fj the next few years would be areal struggle to build the new motor aside from fighting an ebay addiction that had gotten really bad one day while brousing ebay i came across a nice fj 1200 contacted the owner who also lived in texas he said if i wanted i could come by and see the bike but be sure to bring my helmet so we decide to meet at his house on friday now keep in mind i havnt ridden a bike in about 8 years now when i arrive he pulls out the fj along with his fz1 helmets on and we take off now i had never rode the 1200 before the low end torque feels really good we ride down this country rode until it intersects with the higway he in forms me that the local police are not intheir usual hiding place and tells me its ok to open her up a bit so i did and i must say it wheeliednicley onto the open road pulled very hard up to 120 or so where it started to bang and pop he explained to me that it had never done that before because he had never ridden like that before so i pulled the seat and there sat the original air box with a brand new yoshi pipe it was starving for air at this point im ready to make a deal for this bike and he tells me about a buyer in nebraska that wants it but my thanks go out to this man for a ride i will never forget i could not have known it would be my last ever the following monday i suffered a severe stroke that claimed my left side so here i was at only 45 years of age will never ride work fish or hunt for the rest of my life thats where this group has been so good for me i get to share in your fj adventures and builds plus make some great new friends hopefully i will some day make it to a rally and meet you face to face so in closing cherish each and every ride you take on thia wonderful bike

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                                                                        Just thought I would share a post made by Hunterworks — Yamaha Vikings Wolverines

                                                                        Just thought I would share a post made by Hunterworks.

                                                                        "Viking Clutch System is HOT!!!

                                                                        This information is a little aged and we have changed our sheave up since it was written but most of this still applies. If you have any concerns before buying please call me.

                                                                        I will put red notes where things have changed

                                                                        Our Viking Machined Sheave has been out for over a year now, nothing wrong with the product but what we found out over time causes us concern about the Viking and the use of our sheave.

                                                                        Basic Viking Clutch Info:

                                                                        Imagine taking a Grizzly 700, adding a front and rear rack to it then putting 1000lbs of corn on it. Do you think the clutch would be running hot on that? Yes of course it would, and that is more or less what a Viking is. The Viking for all intensive purposes has the same clutch as the Grizzly does and even shares several of the same parts including the wet clutch (Except for the 15 model). The Viking weighs almost 1000 more lbs than the Grizzly so before we ever get started, the clutch system runs hotter, then for whatever reason lots of people are running really large tires on the Viking in the 29" and larger tires which makes the clutch even hotter, then some are snorkeling it which again is hotter then they drive slow in high range which does not move enough air and even hotter.

                                                                        How this affects our Sheave:

                                                                        The people in this category have experienced flat spotted rollers from all the heat. We have over 3000 sheaves out there and over 37,000 greaseless weights out there with little to no issues in grizzlies and rhino's but this Viking with the above mentioned conditions can but not always flat spot the rollers which in turn makes the belt run too low in the primary and cut the belt on the bottom of it on the movable sheave side.

                                                                        We went back to a stock belt so even if you flat spot a roller from heat, you should still be safe from it cutting the belt

                                                                        We had our sheave out first, being first means you are the one taking the hits on things when it does not fit all applications and then you work through it to hopefully eliminate those issues then competitors are able to come behind you, see what happened to you and then maybe fix theirs before it ever comes out. But in our case I have heard recently they are running into the same issues. This is being ugly, well duh!!! This clutch is hot!!!!

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                                                                          Romie A Jason edited a doc in the group: TOKO BAGUS YAMAHA RXZ - RZR. — TOKO BAGUS YAMAHA RXZ - RZR

                                                                               Sehubungan dengan judul grup disini "TOKO BAGUS YAMAHA RXZ-RZR" bisa saya perjelas bahwa setiap postingan harus berdasarkan dan bersangkutan dengan motor YAMAHA RXZ-RZR.

                                                                          dan bila mana ada postingan yang tidak syncron atau tidak berhubungan dengan judul-beli grup ini bisa saya hapus postingan tersebut..dan untuk hal ini saya bisa respon dengan cepat.

                                                                               Kriteria iklan nantinya bisa saya simpulkan sendiri bahwa itu berkaitan dengan judul grup atau tidak..saya juga bisa kasih peringatan secara lisan dalam bentuk komentar ataupun inbox..dan saya selalu memantau aktivitas grup ini.

                                                                          saya sangat merespon sekali jikalau ada laporan tentang keluhan atau hal yang bisa tidak menguntungkan bagi siapapun dalam postingan..entah itu berbau PENIPUAN atau sebagainya.

                                                                          < p>                            ======= KESIMPULAN PERATURAN GRUP =======

                                                                          1. Bagi semua anggota/pemilik akun facebook yang akan pasang iklan harus jelas dari asal tempat tinggal..lama kepemilikan akun..pertemanan dan bisa dipertanggung jawabkan kepemilikannya.

                                                                          2. Iklan yang dipasang harus jelas kepemilikan..kondisi/spesifikasi barang..dan sesuai dengan judul TOKO BAGUS YAMAHA RXZ-RZR

                                                                          bila perlu foto barang jika fitur mendukung.

                                                                          3. Iklan harus tercantumkan posisi barang dan paling utama no kontak pemilik barang yang jelas..mudah untuk dihubungi dan bisa dipertanggung jawabkan.

                                                                          4. Setiap postingan iklan yang barbau unsur RASIS..PORNOGRAFI..PENIPUAN dan tidak behubungan dengan grup ini dengan sangat terpaksa saya hapus dengan cepat.

                                                                          5. Bilamana ada hal yang mencurigakan dari iklan bisa langsung konfirmasi admin supaya bisa saya respon dengan cepat.

                                                                          6. Gunakan bahasa nasional atau BAHASA INDONESIA yang jelas jangan bahasa daerah atopun pakai bahasa singkatan.

                                                                          7. Komentar yang bermaksud numpang lapak/ikut jual barang dagangan akan bersifat SAH dan diperbolehkan jika yang punya iklan menghendaki dan merasa tidak dirugikan (tergantung pemilik iklan) "dengan catatan membuka lapak sendiri lebih baek"

                                                                                                                  ====== KRITERIA IKLAN ======

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                                                                            DO YOU WANT TO BE A BEMSEE INSTRUCTOR APPLY WITHIN BUT NOT EVERYONE WILL MAKE... — Yamaha Past Masters Racing Forum

                                                                            DO YOU WANT TO BE A BEMSEE INSTRUCTOR? APPLY WITHIN BUT NOT EVERYONE WILL MAKE THE CUT...... :-)

                                                                            Without question Bemsee has the best FREE Rider Development Program (RDP) available to all of its members. Hundreds of our riders of all abilities, not just rookies, have benefitted from simply asking for instruction at our test days.

                                                                            The success of the RDP is all down to the amazing club grown instructors who give up their time, experience and personal expense to help fellow riders become faster and safer with good technique and thought process.

                                                                            Talk to any of the instructors and they will tell you the incredible value they get in their own riding whilst developing as an instructor, and talk to the pupils and you will hear how they have improved with the on and off track help they receive.

                                                                            We are a bit fussy as to who qualifies as a Bemsee Instructor as we take it very seriously. Racing has to be fun, as well as competitive, so to develop your riding skills its key that the person instructing you knows what they are talking about and knows how to communicate that effectively in the pupils style.

                                                                            There is a whole lot more to a Bemsee Instructor role than just following someone around a track but it is so hugely rewarding if you have the passion to give back to this great sport and have the enthusiasm, experience and commitment on test days to help others in your club. So if you meet the criteria below then please drop me a line and I'll forward you the role of an instructor so you appreciate what it means to be part of this amazing group of people and what is expected. You'll be surprised what the current instructors do!

                                                                            To be a Bemsee Instructor you need:

                                                                            - Bemsee Membership and racing the 2016 season with us

                                                                            - A National grade racing licence

                                                                            - Proven top ten finishes (we have different levels of instructor)

                                                                            - A good reliable race bike!

                                                                            - Commitment to test days throughout the season to instruct

                                                                            - Great communication skills

                                                                            - Patience and understanding!

                                                                            - Big Egos need not apply... its all about the pupil not how fast you are :-)

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                                                                              Photos from Desi Wati's post — Bigbike Lovers Indonesia

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                                                                              Undercrowl r15 n Undercrowl ninja 250fi

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                                                                              Rumah Fiber

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                                                                              Undertail Standar CB 150R n Ninja 250fi

                                                                              Speakboard depan Ninja 250cc karbu

                                                                              List fairing Ninja 250cc karbu

                                                                              Vgrill Ninja mono

                                                                              Ninja R : kondom tangki

                                                                              Ninja SS : kondom tangki

                                                                              Ninja RR Old : kondom tangki, body belakang n sambungan fairing bawah

                                                                              Ninja RR New : kondom tangki, body belakang n sambungan fairing bawah

                                                                              Ninja RR Mono : kondom tangki n vgrill

                                                                              Ninja 250cc karbu : kondom tangki, kondom arm, body belakang, list fairing, fairing n speakboard depan

                                                                              Ninja 250Fi : kondom tangki, kondom arm, undertail standar n body belakang

                                                                              Kawasaki bajaj pulsar 200ns : cover engine

                                                                              Klu yg belum ada bisa kok custom cuma biaya nya lebih mahal

                                                                              NB : klu mau lihat kwalitas fiber yg bagus n yg kurang bagus datang aja ke bengkel langsung biar tahu n jng salah

                                                                              Beli body n kondom tangki dpt diskon

                                                                              Beli 2 kondom tangki dpt diskon

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                                                                                    Photos from M Sentot Ismantoro's post — Bigbike Lovers Indonesia

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                                                                                    Ninja R 150cc 2014 harga-Rp 9,500,000

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                                                                                    NINJA ABS 250CC 2014 HARGA-RP 15,000,000

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                                                                                    KAWASAKI 250 abs fi 2013 STNK NO/ BPKB ONLY Rp 15.000.000

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                                                                                    Kawasaki KLX 150 L '2013 Rp 3.000.000

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                                                                                    Kawasaki NINJA 250 R B 3281 BLW '2011 Rp 15.000.000

                                                                                    Kawasaki NINJA 250 MONO '2014 RP 15.000.000

                                                                                    Ninja 4Tak 250cc 2011 harga-Rp 9,500,000

                                                                                    KLX 250cc 2014 RP 5.000,000

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                                                                                      Neil Jimenez shared a link to the group: Yamaha Sniper MX 135/150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page). — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                                      Napansin ko lang parang madaming mislead sa term na "break-in" dito, may google naman..sa dami ng info sa google, madali mo naman malaman kung alin yung mas reliable...anyway, para sa benefits na din natin lahat...kelangan natin kasi yung proper info at hindi lang base sa opinyon ng bawat isa...basa....

                                                                                      http://www.motorcycleextremist.com/Motorcycle-Engi ne-Break-in-the-Right-Way!.html

                                                                                      The question of proper engine break-in procedure is raised on a regular basis on many forums. People needlessly create new threads in an attempt to gain information on this topic, and without even thinking to use the forum search function and a general internet search tool first. Because of this, and to assist anyone that may need this information, I'm making this document in the hopes to create a place where people can gain a good general understanding for this subject. I will be describing two of the most popular methods of the break-in procedure you are likely to come across. The first I will call "Method A", which is the method provided by your engine manufacturer, and is usually found in the owner's manual for your specific vehicle. The second method discussed and outlined in this document will be referred to as "Method B", and has over recent years become a more widely accepted method for the proper "break-in" of the modern combustion engine. I have been studying about and working with engines for over 30 years, and I have paid especially close attention to the area of engine break-in. I've taken this experience and created this article and break-in procedure to assist anyone that my need this information. I have deliberately left out any extraneous technical details in order to keep this article concise and to the point. If you'd like to study this topic more in-depth just to quench your curiosity, a simple search on the net should get you what you need. I will include a rather well defined set of instructions in this article for what I consider to be proper break-in procedure for the modern motorcycle engine.

                                                                                      You may be wondering why proper break-in is so important, and why you should be interested in doing it correctly. In order to answer these questions and to help you gain a better understanding of the what, why, and how of engine break-in, I'll provide a little background information to give you a basic and fundamental understanding on the topic.

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                                                                                        Photos from Kiko Sanchez's post — Yamaha YZ250 2-stroke

                                                                                        From a hardcore favoring KTM guy, Jimmy Lewis is known for, his review on the 2016 YZ250X is amazingly all positive praises despite of its lack of e-start and just 5-gear set WR.... Reviewers are the reputable US off-road champ Erek Kudla and Jimmy Lewis.

                                                                                        http://dirtbiketest.com/bike-tests/2016-yamaha-yz2 50x/

                                                                                        1. "....This bike solidifies Yamaha’s position in a market that they were already a player in. Now with a machine specific to off-road competition from the factory."

                                                                                        2."There are basically 18 changes from the motocross YZ that are very focused for the intended use."

                                                                                        3. "It pulls smoother, harder and for longer out of corners and wants to wheelie every time.... The secret to this is the powervalve opening over a longer RPM spread (now 1500 RPM as opposed to 500 RPM on the motocross engine) combined with the taller exhaust port. With the powervalve closed the port height makes little difference on the torquey and chuggy parts of the powerband. But when it screams that more open exhaust and lower compression are all about the Rs. In the long fast washes it seems to just keep speeding up and will go as fast as you’re willing to go. And here comes one of the two-stroke’s biggest advantages in weight feel. As the motor revs like this the bike does not get much heavier feeling like a four-stroke will."

                                                                                        4. "Lately the conventional spring KYB fork specifically seems everyone’s favorite and we mostly agree. Especially off-road. They have been almost a “set it and forget it” deal for most and this YZX is no different."

                                                                                        5. "There is definitely a lot of positives in the handling character of this bike and it may be one of the best working aluminum frames out there. "

                                                                                        6. "The YZ handling has always been praised. The aluminium frame is rigid but not to much. Yamaha has one of the best adaptations of the wishbone design frame that is more common in steel frame designs. It does not have the stiffness of a twin-spar design and combined with the lighter two-stroke motor has the YZ dancing much less than you’d expect from a two-stroke. It is still light on its wheels but not skittish. Overall the bike is light in side-to-side changes with a little weight in the steering through the bars. This translates to a more stable ride yet the bike is as maneuverable as you’ll get with this much power."

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                                                                                          Don Hamon shared a link to the group: Yamaha V Star 1300 Deluxe Owners. — Yamaha V Star 1300 Deluxe Owners

                                                                                          I've always wanted to take great photographs, the kind that grab your attention and think, "that's beautiful." I could never afford a great camera and multiple expensive lenses and filters, not to mention none of this would fit on our motorcycle. It didn't help when someone told me, "it's not the camera, it's the creative eye!"

                                                                                          I thought, oh great, I have about as much creativity as Mr. Spock from Star Trek. I can't draw a circle, I'm probably colorblind and even my deaf dog has asked me not to sing. So with all that encouragement I had no choice but to forge ahead and buy a better camera.

                                                                                          I'm not suggesting I've become a great photographer, although I've improved techniques through many excellent free lessons found on the internet......creativity? We'll see.

                                                                                          After our first long motorcycle trip we realized we had far too few photos; and as you know, photos remain when memories fade. We can remember last summer's trips, but will we 5 years from now??? Not without lots of photos. So we gathered some new gear and made a decision to stop more often and linger, rather than just slow down as we passed interesting sites. Returning from that 1st long trip of 2015 to the National Parks of Utah, we had 1200 photos.

                                                                                          As a side note, this improved our experiences from start to finish. When someone pulls up to a National Park sign, rolls down the window and snaps a photo before speeding off........we say, "That's how we used to be." Now we stop, we explore, we talk to more people (the best part of motorcycle travel) and we take lots more photos.

                                                                                          We choose a Nikon S9700, 16 megapixel point & shoot, over our other consideration the Canon SX 700. The two are very close in features, almost identical, Canon lacked GPS for geo-tagging, which we thought we would use.....Amazon Link $329

                                                                                          The built in Wi-Fi has been one of the most used features for us, as we take so many photos of ourselves, and now instead of hitting the timer and running into the shot, we have an app. So you get the shot mostly set using a tripod and framing one of us, and then the app controls zoom, but mostly just lets you see what the camera sees, so you can rearrange a little when needed.

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                                                                                            GOODMORNING PO MGA SIR — YAMAHA United SZR Riders of Cavite (USZRC)

                                                                                            GOODMORNING PO MGA SIR

                                                                                            AGENDA LAST NIGHT

                                                                                            1ST SEC REG.

                                                                                            NAIPRESEHT KO NA PO ANG DOCUMENTO NG SEC REG NATIN NAKITA NA PO NG KARAMIHAN MGA SIR

                                                                                            2ND B.O.D

                                                                                            I CONGRATULATE PO NATIN MGA SIR ANG NAHALAL NG MGA B.O.D

                                                                                            CHAIRMAN : Neil M. Manimtim

                                                                                            V. CHAIRMAN : Manny Barote

                                                                                            COMMITTEE : Asstig N Asstig SIR ICE

                                                                                            SECRETARY : Mcloy Palumpon

                                                                                            TREASURER : Mhon Riñon Relleve

                                                                                            ON BEHALF OF THE B.O.D NAGPAPASLAMAT AKO SA MGA NAGTIWALA SA AMING MGA B.O.D..

                                                                                            3RD FEEDING PROGRAM

                                                                                            KUNG MERON PO KAYONG ALAM NA BRGY. SCHOOL OR HOME FOR THE AGED ETC. NA PWEDE NATIN GAWAN NG FEESING PROGRAM AY MAARI LAMANG PO NA I-PM SA AMING MGA ADMIN OR B.O.D KUNG SAAN PARA PO MAPAG USAPAN KNG KAILAN MAPUPUNTAHAN AT MA-ISET KNG KAILAN NATIN GAGAWIN ANG FEEDING PROGRAM.

                                                                                            PERO ANG MAIN PROJECT PADIN PO NATIN MGA SIR AY ANG GUYONG GUYONG.

                                                                                            4TH YAMAHA ISSUE

                                                                                            MALAMAN PA PO NATIN KAY CHAIRMAN NEIL PO KUNG KAILAN PO MAKIKIPAG USAP ANG GRUPO SA Y ZONE SA HEAD NG CONTEST, ITO PO AY PARA I CLEAR LANG PO NATIN ANG NAME NG GROUP SA KANILA NA HINDI NATIN GINAWA WHAT I MEAN, NA HINDI PANG SARILING INTESYON KAYA INEDIT ANG PICTURE ITO AY PARA MAKATULONG.

                                                                                            DETAILS IS TO BE POST..

                                                                                            5TH NEXT RIDE...

                                                                                            ANG NILULUTO PO NA RIDE MGA SIR AY BLESSING RIDE, SA ANTIPOLO, PARA PO MAPABLESS ANG MHA MOTOR NATIN AT ANG GRUPO NADIN PO, ITO PO AY MAILALATAG PAG DATING SA CAVITE NI VICE CHAIRMAN MANNY B.

                                                                                            DETAILS REGARDING SA RIDE SA ANTIPOLO IS TO BE POST BY THE RIDE DIRECTORS ATTENTION SIR Jepoy Derla & Umali Marlon

                                                                                            6th DRESS CODE

                                                                                            MGA SIR LALO N ASA MGA NEWBIE MERON PO TAYONG

                                                                                            CLUB SHIRT

                                                                                            CLUB VEST

                                                                                            CLUB JERSEY

                                                                                            AND EVERY TAMBAY PO AY MAY MGA BAWAL :

                                                                                            KUNG NAKA SHORT MAG GEAR AND SHOES

                                                                                            KUNG NAKA SLIPPERS MAG PANTS

                                                                                            MAS OK KUNG NAKA PANTS AT SHOES AT SYEMPRE JACKET AND VEST BAKA MAY BIGLAANG RIDE SA TAGAYTAY HINDI TAYO LALAMIGIN

                                                                                            MAKIPAG COOPERATE LANG PO YUNG WALA MAARI NYO PO KAMING I CHAT OR I PM

                                                                                            7TH HOUSE VISIT

                                                                                            ITO PO AY PAGBISITA SA MGA KAMYEBRO/KAGRUPO NATIN NA ACTIVE OR HINDI ACTIVE ITO PO AY PARA MAKAPAG BONDING ASWELL KWENTUHAN AT MALAMAN KUNG SAAN ANG BAHAY NG BAWAT ISA

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                                                                                              BALAYAN RACING TEAM — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                                              BALAYAN RACING TEAM

                                                                                              TOGETHER WITH

                                                                                              SIMARON RACING TEAM

                                                                                              Category Rules:

                                                                                              AT 160cc TRAIL BIKE (stock gas) No Electronic Pump.

                                                                                              Stock – Head, Valves, carb, Chassis, T-bar, 14”Mags

                                                                                              Stock/ functional harness,

                                                                                              80% Flarings with functional Headlight and tail light

                                                                                              Functional Front and Rear Breaks

                                                                                              ALLOWED: Pipe, Cams, racing CDI, Crank, Rod

                                                                                              Port and Polished of Head, Carb, Manifold

                                                                                              Tabas- Block, Head, Piston and Valves

                                                                                              Pang gilid

                                                                                              AT 160cc limit Open 2Valve (stock gas) No Electronic Pump.

                                                                                              70% Flarings 14” stock Mags

                                                                                              Stock Chassis and T-Bar

                                                                                              Functional Front and Rear Breaks

                                                                                              AT 180cc limit Open 2Valve (stocg gas) No Electronic Pump.

                                                                                              70% Flarings

                                                                                              Stock Chassis and T-Bar

                                                                                              Functional Front and Rear Breaks

                                                                                              14” or 17” Mags / Rim

                                                                                              RAIDER 150 BEGINNER (stock gas) No Electronic Pump.

                                                                                              No Title Holder Rider

                                                                                              Stock- Bore, Stroke, Rod, Crank with Balancer (no

                                                                                              modification), Piston (no modification), Valves, Cams (no

                                                                                              regrind), Head (no modification), Valve spring, CDI,

                                                                                              Ignition coil, Carb, Magneto, Stator and Harness, Clutch gear

                                                                                              and housing, Primary gear (pinion), Chassis and Gas tank

                                                                                              Functional Kick Starter, Head Light and tail light

                                                                                              Functional Front and Rear Breaks

                                                                                              Full Flarings

                                                                                              Not ALLOWED: Cut Block, Cut Head, Cut crankcase, Piston valve pockets,

                                                                                              Anti overheat Grooves, Zero Gasket (taas/baba), Port and

                                                                                              Polish of head,

                                                                                              carb and manifold, Lightened engine parts..

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                                                                                                KAIBIGANG PINOY AT KABAYANG OFW. OPEN LETTER. Pls. read and SHARE FOR CHANGE — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                                                KAIBIGANG PINOY AT KABAYANG OFW (OPEN LETTER) Pls. read and SHARE FOR CHANGE... Inspiring Message For You: *Nais mo ba ng tunay na kasiyahan, kapayapaan, kaligtasan at katotohanan? Tanggapin mo si Hesus bilang iyong Panginoon at Tagapagligtas ng may pagsisisi sa mga sala, Maging gabay mo ang Kanyang Banal na Salita at sambahin mo ang Diyos sa "Espiritu at Katotohanan..." (Wag kang sasamba o magtitiwala sa mga inanyuhan at mga diyus-diyosang nilikha ng tao).

                                                                                                Nakakalungkot na maraming taong makamundo ang nakalimot sa Diyos nag focus sa mga material na bagay at entertainment imbis na kilalanin ang Panginoon at alamin ang kalooban Niya para magkaroon ng purpose ay nagpakasasa sa mga bisyo, *Mabuhay ka ng simple at kuntento na may takot sa Diyos at paglilingkod sa Bayan...(Tulungan mo ang may mo ang mga pulubi o kapwa mong kapus-palad, kapansanan o may mga karamdaman)Maging tapat sa iyong pamilya, sa skwela, trabaho at komunidad sa kalinisan at katwiran, (Sama-sama nating labanan ang korupsyon at krimen maging ang karumihan sa ating lipunan)

                                                                                                RESPETO AT PANG-UNAWA HINDI PAMIMINTAS O PANGHUHUSGA SA KAPWA! Sama-sama at tulong tulong sa paglaban sa kahirapan at problema sa basura o trapiko at mga problema ng bayan. Pagpapataas ng kalidad ng Edukasyon at Kalusugan at maging ang pangangalaga sa ating kalikasan at pagbili ng ating produkto at pang turismo... ang pagpapaunlad sa AGRICULTURE ay mahalaga!Kailangan natin ay PANGULONG MAY TAKOT SA DIYOS at sa Salita Niya, ang ating bansang PILIPINAS ay walang pinagkaiba sa bayang ISRAEL bayang pinagpala at pinarusahan dahil sa mga diyus-diyosan. Katulad ng DATING PANGULONG MARCOS diretso at maraming nagawa tulad ni MAYOR DUTERTE, BONGBONG AT CAYETANO hindi puro pangako... NO TO BINAY CORRUPT! PANAGUTIN SI PURISIMA AT ABAD! ADD = CULTS, INC Leaders = CORRUPT!

                                                                                                ->Kung nais mo pa ng pag-aaral, purpose at ma inspire? Bumisita sa malapit na BAPTIST/Born Again Church or Listen to "ED LAPIZ" sa Youtube or 702 DZAS and Watch 700 Club Asia sa GMANEWSTV11 #Txt 09174065001 or Call 737-0700. Also you can visit Gotquestions.org or Thebereans.net for more Online Bible Answer sa mga tanong. LOVE GOD... LOVE YOUR FAMILY... LOVE YOUR COUNTRY... (Watch Jesus Film sa Youtube, Tagalog Version)...INSPIRATIONAL SONGS? LISTEN TO PAPURI SINGERS SA YOUTUBE OR HILLSONGS AT MGA CONGREGATIONAL SONGS WITH TITLES AND LYRICS NA PWEDENG MAGAMIT SA SIMBAHAN O TAHANAN...

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                                                                                                  KAIBIGANG PINOY AT KABAYANG OFW. OPEN LETTER. Pls. read and SHARE FOR CHANGE — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                                                  KAIBIGANG PINOY AT KABAYANG OFW (OPEN LETTER) Pls. read and SHARE FOR CHANGE... Inspiring Message For You: *Nais mo ba ng tunay na kasiyahan, kapayapaan, kaligtasan at katotohanan? Tanggapin mo si Hesus bilang iyong Panginoon at Tagapagligtas ng may pagsisisi sa mga sala, Maging gabay mo ang Kanyang Banal na Salita at sambahin mo ang Diyos sa "Espiritu at Katotohanan..." (Wag kang sasamba o magtitiwala sa mga inanyuhan at mga diyus-diyosang nilikha ng tao).

                                                                                                  Nakakalungkot na maraming taong makamundo ang nakalimot sa Diyos nag focus sa mga material na bagay at entertainment imbis na kilalanin ang Panginoon at alamin ang kalooban Niya para magkaroon ng purpose ay nagpakasasa sa mga bisyo, *Mabuhay ka ng simple at kuntento na may takot sa Diyos at paglilingkod sa Bayan...(Tulungan mo ang may mo ang mga pulubi o kapwa mong kapus-palad, kapansanan o may mga karamdaman)Maging tapat sa iyong pamilya, sa skwela, trabaho at komunidad sa kalinisan at katwiran, (Sama-sama nating labanan ang korupsyon at krimen maging ang karumihan sa ating lipunan)

                                                                                                  RESPETO AT PANG-UNAWA HINDI PAMIMINTAS O PANGHUHUSGA SA KAPWA! Sama-sama at tulong tulong sa paglaban sa kahirapan at problema sa basura o trapiko at mga problema ng bayan. Pagpapataas ng kalidad ng Edukasyon at Kalusugan at maging ang pangangalaga sa ating kalikasan at pagbili ng ating produkto at pang turismo... ang pagpapaunlad sa AGRICULTURE ay mahalaga!Kailangan natin ay PANGULONG MAY TAKOT SA DIYOS at sa Salita Niya, ang ating bansang PILIPINAS ay walang pinagkaiba sa bayang ISRAEL bayang pinagpala at pinarusahan dahil sa mga diyus-diyosan. Katulad ng DATING PANGULONG MARCOS diretso at maraming nagawa tulad ni MAYOR DUTERTE, BONGBONG AT CAYETANO hindi puro pangako... NO TO BINAY CORRUPT! PANAGUTIN SI PURISIMA AT ABAD! ADD = CULTS, INC Leaders = CORRUPT!

                                                                                                  ->Kung nais mo pa ng pag-aaral, purpose at ma inspire? Bumisita sa malapit na BAPTIST/Born Again Church or Listen to "ED LAPIZ" sa Youtube or 702 DZAS and Watch 700 Club Asia sa GMANEWSTV11 #Txt 09174065001 or Call 737-0700. Also you can visit Gotquestions.org or Thebereans.net for more Online Bible Answer sa mga tanong. LOVE GOD... LOVE YOUR FAMILY... LOVE YOUR COUNTRY... (Watch Jesus Film sa Youtube, Tagalog Version)...INSPIRATIONAL SONGS? LISTEN TO PAPURI SINGERS SA YOUTUBE OR HILLSONGS AT MGA CONGREGATIONAL SONGS WITH TITLES AND LYRICS NA PWEDENG MAGAMIT SA SIMBAHAN O TAHANAN...

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                                                                                                    Don Hamon shared a link to the group: Yamaha V Star 1300 Deluxe Owners. — Yamaha V Star 1300 Deluxe Owners

                                                                                                    So there I was listening to the ocean, watching the endless waves crashing one after another. The water temperature was 75 F and I'm with the love of my life. It's absolutely perfect.......I would love to call work and say, "Hello HR, I have discovered paradise and I won't be coming back, please send my checks to this address. "

                                                                                                    It is agonizing for someone like me; knowing that I deserve to lay on the beach, and still get paid...........doesn't anyone understand this except me? I need to look into those, "Go Fund Me" programs.......

                                                                                                    There is this moment when you know you have to head home; there won't be a beach, don't even think about wearing shorts...... But I love Oregon, I think sometimes it's just the change we resist, once I'm there, even when it snows I love it.

                                                                                                    I was packed up and on the bike at 4 AM; early enough to beat some traffic, but this is LA and everyone knows the, "leave early game," heck they play it everyday. San Clemente to the Southern Part of the Metro area was OK, until I hit the 405.......Everyone knows of the 405, even people who have never, and will never see it. It has a life of it's own.

                                                                                                    Being on the 405 is like getting a root canal. You know you're going to have to do it, and you know it's going to be painful, but then when it's over you'll feel better and eventually it's just a memory. See that's the difference in being a tourist in Southern Cal and being a resident......I had a root canal......they have one twice a day.

                                                                                                    For the first time, I split the lanes.....good idea?, probably not.

                                                                                                    I say probably not because that is easier than saying, "Even at this age Don still makes incredibly stupid decisions when Karla is not there to point them out,"

                                                                                                    I'm a roller coaster fanatic and I will ride anything. If you told me the roller coaster may collide with another coaster and neither are really set in their tracks, I would say, "you'd have to be insane to do that." I'm not asking you to draw any conclusions as to my sanity......

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                                                                                                      from YZone Ortigas — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                                                      from YZone Ortigas

                                                                                                      Good day, Yamaha Clubs! Our bloodletting at YZone will be on September 26, 2015, Saturday. We hope you will support this activity. Thank you.

                                                                                                      Below are the basic guidelines that we have to remember:

                                                                                                      POTENTIAL BLOOD DONOR

                                                                                                      • 18 – 65 years old ( 16-17 years old may donate provided with parents/guardian consent)

                                                                                                      (61-65 years old may donate provided they donated regularly)

                                                                                                      • Male and Female

                                                                                                      • Normal Vital Signs (temperature, pulse rate, blood pressure)

                                                                                                      • Hemoglobin level must be at least 125 g/l

                                                                                                      • Those who has ear or body piercing and tattoo may donate a blood provided that their body piercing and tattoo was made a year before the blood donation schedule.

                                                                                                      • Weight must be 115 lbs.

                                                                                                      • For ladies having their period, they can donate blood 7 days after their last day and 7 days before the start. (depending on doctors discretion)

                                                                                                      WHAT TO DO BEFORE BLOOD DONATION?

                                                                                                      • Have enough rest and sleep (Minimum of 6Hrs.)

                                                                                                      • No alcohol intake within 24 hours

                                                                                                      • No medication for at least 24 hours

                                                                                                      • Eat light meal, avoid fatty foods

                                                                                                      • Drink plenty of fluids like water or juice

                                                                                                      WHAT TO DO AFTER YOU HAVE DONATED BLOOD

                                                                                                      • Increase fluid intake like water or juice

                                                                                                      • Avoid stooping down

                                                                                                      • Avoid strenuous activities like lifting heavy objects

                                                                                                      • Apply pressure on the puncture site

                                                                                                      • If there is swelling and discoloration for 24 hours at the punctured site, apply cold compress for 10 to 15 minutes 3x a day for the 1st 24hrs. then warm compress for 10 to 15 minutes 3x a day.

                                                                                                      • If there is dizziness just lie down with feet elevated. Drink plenty of fluids preferably something sweet, it will pass in a few minutes.

                                                                                                      BENEFITS OF DONATING BLOOD

                                                                                                      • Stimulates your bone marrow to produce new and active cells, which in turn make the blood forming organs function more effectively. Just like a “change oil mechanism in a vehicle”.

                                                                                                      • Personal health check – you will know your Blood Type, Hemoglobin, Blood Pressure

                                                                                                      • Boost self worth – it is something that will make you feel good about your self.

                                                                                                      • Adequacy of blood supply.

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                                                                                                        An interesting read What to consider regarding RON and MON when tuning race... — Yamaha YZ250 2-stroke

                                                                                                        An interesting read. What to consider regarding RON and MON when tuning race engines:

                                                                                                        The Research Octane Number (RON) gives a good view on Knock properties at low RPM (slow corner, beginning of re-acceleration). For example, RON is important for Motocross because they are always in re-acceleration.

                                                                                                        The Motor Octane Number (MON) gives a good view on Knock properties at high RPM (speed races). The MON is important in competition where speed is the main target.

                                                                                                        Tuners should be aware that high octanes are not required for all kind of race engines: Turbo and 2 stroke engines need high octanes, but 4 strokes engines with high RPM need a higher speed of combustion than octane.

                                                                                                        When tuning with octane ratings in mind (Turbo and 2 strokes engines), the main parameters are ignition advance and Air/Fuel setting for the mapping parameters, and turbo boost or compression ratio for the mechanical settings.

                                                                                                        What is octane? What is high octane?

                                                                                                        Octane number is a measure of the antiknock quality of petrol. That is the ability of the petrol to resist knocking (otherwise known as detonation) when it is burned in an engine. There are two laboratory tests to measure octane which are run in a single-cylinder engine operated under different conditions: Research octane number (RON) and Motor octane number (MON).

                                                                                                        In the united states and Canada the method of calculating octane is: RON + MON / 2 note that this technique is NOT used in Australia, oil companies here will always use the RON rating to describe their fuels eg: 98 RON = Ultimate, V Power, Vortex, 95 RON = Premium ULP, 91 RON = ULP.

                                                                                                        In Australia 102 RON fuel is classed as high octane, several of our customers have imported cars which need "110 octane", the Elf 102 RON has worked well in their cars.

                                                                                                        What are the advantages in using Elf BFK-07?

                                                                                                        Elf fuels are blended to very tight parameters to ensure a consistency between batches.

                                                                                                        The fact that BFK-07 contains no Benzene is also an advantage. Benzene is a natural enemy of rubber so using a fuel with no Benzene will mean that rubber components like carburetor diaphragms, fuel lines etc will last much longer, Go karts crank seals will not fail, a common cause of engine failure.

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                                                                                                          Chris O'sullivan edited a doc in the group: Yamaha FJ 1100 1200 and 1300 sport tourer - LATERAL FRAME CONCEPT -. — Yamaha FJ 1100 1200 and 1300 sport tourer - LATERAL FRAME CONCEPT

                                                                                                          Hi guys, as you`ve seen the odd photo of a partial FJ with YZF750sp swingarm i`ve posted, i thought i would post an overview and progress thus far.

                                                                                                          Bike in question is a 1990 3cv FJ1200, currently with 44000 miles on the clock, it was 100% stock when i bought it 3 yrs ago, first mod carried out was the front calipers upgraded to the gold spot R1 calipers with steel braided lines, then the rear was jacked up by 2" which in turn was followed by the GSXR slingshot 5.5"x17" rear wheel and then the 3.5"x17" front wheel from the yamaha exup, which is straightforward, just needs a bearing change and insert shims for the spindle. well worth doing and transforms the handling, bringing the bike bang up to date, at which point, i was happy and thought i was done fiddling, then someone told me they had the YZF750 swingarm lying around.........

                                                                                                          The build plan is to fit a YZF750sp rear end and a Thunderace front end to Rex, and to paint him up a bit, ideally to be instantly recogniseable as a FJ1200 3cv but make people come back and scratch their heads

                                                                                                          YZF750sp swingarm is a straightforward swap, the pivot dimensions are identical and the shock placement is central too, and that is where the easy bit ends. you need to change the rear shock for a slimmer one, i ended up using a YSS unit from a XJ900 Diversion, the top mount needs two 5mm spacer washers as its 10mm narrower than the FJ shock, and the shock is 15mm longer than the FJ so the std dogbones can be retained and still keeping the 2"lift at the back. the battery mount spar on the top shock mount needs to be removed, as does the remote adjuster mount on the RHS of the frame. and the RHS inner mudguard mounting lug, the inner mudguard also needs trimming back by 4" to clear the bracing boss on the swingarm, the footpeg/exhaust hanger plates only just clear the swingarm so i made up new kickplates and rearset mounting blocks, the pillion footpegs are alloy pegs from a YZF750 so a mounting plate has to be made and welded to the subframe. the sprocket alignment was easy enough to sort, just by reversing the front sprocket from a honda blackbird and machining the boss from the outside to allow the retaining nut to fasten up. that is it so far, I will update as and when, also update bearing numbers etc, as well as the L-ion battery that i use for its smaller dimensions. budget is tight so it may take a fair few months to complete.

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                                                                                                            FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. YAMAHA RX SERIES — Someday, You ll Own A YAMAHA

                                                                                                            FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.. (YAMAHA RX SERIES.)

                                                                                                            I am starting this thread in hope of helping fellow 2-strokers & newbies in the world of 2-strokes. I will start with very commonly asked question & later will add more information as & when possible. Right now restricting the topic to Indian make single cylinder air-cooled 2-strokes upto 150cc only.

                                                                                                            1. I am looking for some serious performance mods for my RX135, i want to do 140Kmph. Please help.

                                                                                                            Ans:Considering the case of a stock RX135 4-Speed, the top speed is around 95-100Kmph. Lot of modification is required for even incresing the top speed by 10Kmph & yes it does cost a lot of money & energy. The bike setting can be classified in general as below:

                                                                                                            Stage 1: This is the first step to porting. Main work is on exhaust port & BHP increase is to approx. 14. With every BHP gain there is approx., 5Kmph increase in Top End. A 14BHP bike will do around 110Kmph with stock exhaust. This setup is ideal for stop & go traffic. One can easily smoke all the known 150cc air-cooled 4-strokes with this setup within city limits & sometimes even in highways.

                                                                                                            Stage 2: Its for those who need more grunt & more top speed than stage 1. The BHP level will be around 16 for this case with an Expansion Chamber. Good power to take on bikes like RTR160, P180. Top speeds may be around 120-122Kmph.

                                                                                                            Stage 3: Now we are talking some serious porting business here. The exhaust, trasfers & the inlets are all touched upon & use of a bigger carburettor. Matching expansion chamber makes it complete. Speeds can go as high as 125-130Kmph & enought to take on bikes like P200, ZMA.

                                                                                                            Fully Blown Street Legal: The port levels are almost the same as stage 3, or maybe slightly tweaked. Use of some imported connecting-rod, Imported Pistons, Imported clutch plates, 90/100Kit with matching CDI, Better & slicker imported tyres (Ex., Michelin or IRC), bigger carburettor assembly, Iridium spark plugs, fiber reeds (optional), front disc brake assembly (for safety), better rims (Ex., IRC, HH), Synthetic 2-T Oil (Ex., AGIP, MOTUL). The chasis still remains of normal RX135 & weight of the machine will now be around 100-102Kgs. This is the max possible modification that can be done with a fully blown setup. The BHP will be around 18-19 (max) with top speeds in between 130-135Kmph. With this one can try to race with an R15 on highways. I have never raced an R15 so dont ask me about the result.

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                                                                                                              Info. to all — Someday, You ll Own A YAMAHA

                                                                                                              Info.. to all...

                                                                                                              I am listing down some basic differences & similarities between 4-speed & 5-speed RX135 (Includes RXG & RX-Z), which will help people to differentiate & learn more about these legendary series once produced in India.

                                                                                                              1. Bore Kit (a.k.a Piston-Cylinder Kit / Barrel / Block)

                                                                                                              4-Speed - '4TL00' with OEM "ART" STD piston '4Y201', Rating: 12BHP @ 6500RPM

                                                                                                              5-Speed - '4TL10' with OEM "ART" STD piston '4Y201', Rating: 14BHP @ 7500RPM

                                                                                                              Note1: To check the originality, the LH side of Cylinder (Gear shifter side) has ‘4TL00’ or ‘4TL10’ marking along with ‘132cm3’ (which is the displacement) and the RH side (Crank Kicker Side) has the batch of manufacturing, for ex., E1, E2, E3 or E4 (All of them have exactly similar performance, people who swear by performance of E1 being the best, is all crap.) Also if nothing is mentioned or some other type code is mentioned, then the Cylinder is a fake, except for '4Y201' which is the original block of RX-K.

                                                                                                              Note2: The Cylinder packing has the following description on it:

                                                                                                              1. RX135 4-Speed / RXG / RX-Z 4-Speed: "Cylinder Kit RXG"

                                                                                                              2. RX135 5-Speed / RX-Z 5-Speed: "Cylinder Kit 5-Speed"

                                                                                                              Note3: Displacement calculation

                                                                                                              For Std RX135 being a single cylinder engine, we have the following inputs,

                                                                                                              Bore Dia = 58mm

                                                                                                              Bore Radius = 58/2 = 29mm

                                                                                                              Bore Radius Squared = 841mm2

                                                                                                              Stroke Length = 50mm

                                                                                                              Pi = 22/7 = 3.142857 (Corrected upto 6 decimals)

                                                                                                              Number of Cylinders = 1

                                                                                                              Displacement in mm3 = Stroke x Bore Radius Squared x Pi x No. of Cylinder

                                                                                                              = 50 x 841 x 3.142857 x 1

                                                                                                              = 132157.143

                                                                                                              Displacement in cm3 = 132157.143/1000

                                                                                                              = 132.157 (Corrected upto 3 decimals)

                                                                                                              2. Piston Kit

                                                                                                              The OEM Piston kit for Indian RX135 series are from "ART" Japan. For Indian models piston sizes from STD to 0.5mm are available (in steps of 0.25mm). On careful observation of the piston, one can identify if it is original or not. Simply turn the piston upside down & inside we can see "ART" & "4Y201" clearly written. This is the proof for original piston. The piston kit essentially comprises of

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                                                                                                                Jim Bannon shared a link to the group: Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350. — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                                                                                                Publishing Q & A from folks interested in communicating with passengers and other motorcyclists on groups rides...RE: Biker Talk™ Communicators - $99/PAIR Professional-Grade

                                                                                                                LEARN MORE .. http://delivr.com/2ned5:

                                                                                                                Q. Does your system communicate with the Chatterbox system?

                                                                                                                *****

                                                                                                                A. Not familiar with Chatterbox. What is it? I will google it

                                                                                                                WOW... Terrible reviews...http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/…/chatterbox-x1-slim-u…

                                                                                                                What Other Riders Are Saying...

                                                                                                                It is just an overall terrible product. It always cuts in and out when trying to listen to music or speak to somebody, they can NEVER HEAR me and that's even with shouting at the top of my lungs. The speakers are terrible as

                                                                                                                well so you'll need to soldier new speakers to it if you want to hear anything, and there's too many buttons just complicating it even more.

                                                                                                                Jake - November 07, 2014

                                                                                                                (Woodland Hills, CA)

                                                                                                                I bought this to replace a more antiquated Bluetooth headset that I liked. It was a relatively easy install, but it wasn't perfect and took more effort than it should have. The X1 Slim worked well for me for about two years, until

                                                                                                                the unit just decided it didn't want to recharge anymore. Luckily, I had a friend with the same unit and her charger didn't charge my X1 Slim and my charger did charge hers, so I conclusively ruled out the charger. Since I now

                                                                                                                had a useless $300 paperweight, I opened it up and I found a burnt out element on the circuit board. Something like that has everything to do with quality control and nothing to do with a customer's use of the product. I did

                                                                                                                take very good care of the unit, it even still has the protective screen film on the screen. $300 for two years is unreasonable.

                                                                                                                Marty - July 21, 2014

                                                                                                                Chat Conversation End

                                                                                                                *****

                                                                                                                ##################### ###########################

                                                                                                                BEST ANSWER

                                                                                                                ==================

                                                                                                                BUT... Yes, will work:

                                                                                                                1) Without a helmet,

                                                                                                                2) With a helmet - regardless of brand com system (using a separate WIRED one ear headset under the helmet.... and

                                                                                                                3) With extra OPTIONAL "dongle" product purchases ANY Bluetooth helmet com system! - Chatterbox INCLUDED

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                                                                                                                  Jim Bannon shared a link to the group: Yamaha V-Star riders. — Yamaha V-Star riders

                                                                                                                  Publishing Q & A from folks interested in communicating with passengers and other motorcyclists on groups rides...RE: Biker Talk™ Communicators - $99/PAIR Professional-Grade

                                                                                                                  LEARN MORE .. http://delivr.com/2ned5:

                                                                                                                  Q. Does your system communicate with the Chatterbox system?

                                                                                                                  *****

                                                                                                                  A. Not familiar with Chatterbox. What is it? I will google it

                                                                                                                  WOW... Terrible reviews...http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/…/chatterbox-x1-slim-u…

                                                                                                                  What Other Riders Are Saying...

                                                                                                                  It is just an overall terrible product. It always cuts in and out when trying to listen to music or speak to somebody, they can NEVER HEAR me and that's even with shouting at the top of my lungs. The speakers are terrible as

                                                                                                                  well so you'll need to soldier new speakers to it if you want to hear anything, and there's too many buttons just complicating it even more.

                                                                                                                  Jake - November 07, 2014

                                                                                                                  (Woodland Hills, CA)

                                                                                                                  I bought this to replace a more antiquated Bluetooth headset that I liked. It was a relatively easy install, but it wasn't perfect and took more effort than it should have. The X1 Slim worked well for me for about two years, until

                                                                                                                  the unit just decided it didn't want to recharge anymore. Luckily, I had a friend with the same unit and her charger didn't charge my X1 Slim and my charger did charge hers, so I conclusively ruled out the charger. Since I now

                                                                                                                  had a useless $300 paperweight, I opened it up and I found a burnt out element on the circuit board. Something like that has everything to do with quality control and nothing to do with a customer's use of the product. I did

                                                                                                                  take very good care of the unit, it even still has the protective screen film on the screen. $300 for two years is unreasonable.

                                                                                                                  Marty - July 21, 2014

                                                                                                                  Chat Conversation End

                                                                                                                  *****

                                                                                                                  ##################### ###########################

                                                                                                                  BEST ANSWER

                                                                                                                  ==================

                                                                                                                  BUT... Yes, will work:

                                                                                                                  1) Without a helmet,

                                                                                                                  2) With a helmet - regardless of brand com system (using a separate WIRED one ear headset under the helmet.... and

                                                                                                                  3) With extra OPTIONAL "dongle" product purchases ANY Bluetooth helmet com system! - Chatterbox INCLUDED

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                                                                                                                    Jim Bannon shared a link to the group: YAMAHA PICS/MODIFICATIONS. — YAMAHA PICS MODIFICATIONS

                                                                                                                    Publishing Q & A from folks interested in communicating with passengers and other motorcyclists on groups rides...RE: Biker Talk™ Communicators - $99/PAIR Professional-Grade

                                                                                                                    LEARN MORE .. http://delivr.com/2ned5:

                                                                                                                    Q. Does your system communicate with the Chatterbox system?

                                                                                                                    *****

                                                                                                                    A. Not familiar with Chatterbox. What is it? I will google it

                                                                                                                    WOW... Terrible reviews...http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/…/chatterbox-x1-slim-u…

                                                                                                                    What Other Riders Are Saying...

                                                                                                                    It is just an overall terrible product. It always cuts in and out when trying to listen to music or speak to somebody, they can NEVER HEAR me and that's even with shouting at the top of my lungs. The speakers are terrible as

                                                                                                                    well so you'll need to soldier new speakers to it if you want to hear anything, and there's too many buttons just complicating it even more.

                                                                                                                    Jake - November 07, 2014

                                                                                                                    (Woodland Hills, CA)

                                                                                                                    I bought this to replace a more antiquated Bluetooth headset that I liked. It was a relatively easy install, but it wasn't perfect and took more effort than it should have. The X1 Slim worked well for me for about two years, until

                                                                                                                    the unit just decided it didn't want to recharge anymore. Luckily, I had a friend with the same unit and her charger didn't charge my X1 Slim and my charger did charge hers, so I conclusively ruled out the charger. Since I now

                                                                                                                    had a useless $300 paperweight, I opened it up and I found a burnt out element on the circuit board. Something like that has everything to do with quality control and nothing to do with a customer's use of the product. I did

                                                                                                                    take very good care of the unit, it even still has the protective screen film on the screen. $300 for two years is unreasonable.

                                                                                                                    Marty - July 21, 2014

                                                                                                                    Chat Conversation End

                                                                                                                    *****

                                                                                                                    ##################### ###########################

                                                                                                                    BEST ANSWER

                                                                                                                    ==================

                                                                                                                    BUT... Yes, will work:

                                                                                                                    1) Without a helmet,

                                                                                                                    2) With a helmet - regardless of brand com system (using a separate WIRED one ear headset under the helmet.... and

                                                                                                                    3) With extra OPTIONAL "dongle" product purchases ANY Bluetooth helmet com system! - Chatterbox INCLUDED

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                                                                                                                      Virago 535 Dicas de Reposição de Peças — Yamaha Virago 535

                                                                                                                      Virago 535 - Dicas de Reposição de Peças

                                                                                                                      PNEU

                                                                                                                      Virago 535 - pneu traseiro Original: 140/90/15, mas também é possível colocar o 150/90/15, 160/80/15 e 170/80/15 que fica pertinho do cardã. As marcas mais conhecidas são Pirelli, Michelin, Maxxis, Metzeler.

                                                                                                                      Pneu dianteiro utilize o da CB400 - ou 100/90/19 ou 90/90/19.

                                                                                                                      AMORTECEDOR

                                                                                                                      Amorteced or traseiro=KANSAS (Dafra) ou FAR (mundopecas@bnet.com.br)

                                                                                                                      modelos 512-4301 - 11,5" e 512-4307 - 12,5" (a traseira vai ficar um pouco mais alta)

                                                                                                                      BATERIA

                                                                                                                      A bateria da Yamaha XT600 é compatível e mais barata ou também a da CBR 450.

                                                                                                                      RETENTOR DE BENGALA

                                                                                                                      É igual ao da XT225 ou da DT200.

                                                                                                                      BOMBA DE COMBUSTÍVEL 535CC

                                                                                                                      Da CBR, Vulcan ou Shadow. Também há opção de recondicionar. Um conhecido disse que usou a bomba do Monza antigo e ficou bom.

                                                                                                                      PEDALEIRA DIANTEIRA

                                                                                                                      Utilize a traseira da CB 500 (A estética não fica 100%).

                                                                                                                      ROLAMENTOS DA RODA

                                                                                                                      Os rolamentos da roda dianteira da 535 podem ser comprados em qualquer casa de rolamentos com a seguinte numeração: C303Z6 ou 6303Z3

                                                                                                                      RETIFICADOR

                                                                                                                      Pode usar o da XT 600, que tem as mesmas especificações. Na autorizada o da XT é mais barato e tem um formato diferente, mas nada que com boa vontade não se resolva reaproveitando aquele dissipador de calor cromado.

                                                                                                                      Outra opção é o da Tornado que alguns já colocaram e ficou perfeito e muito mais barato.

                                                                                                                      VELAS BPR6ES

                                                                                                                      FIAT

                                                                                                                      Tempra 2.0 i.e / mpi 4 16 WR7DC 0,7 WR6DS 0,7 WR78 0,9 Tipo 2.0 mpi 4 16 WR7DC 0,7 WR6DS 0,7 WR78 0,9

                                                                                                                      GM

                                                                                                                      Opala /Caravan /Veraneio /C10 /C14 /C20 / Bonanza - rosca longa 2.5/4.1 carb. 4 /6 W5DC 0,8 WR5DC 0,8 WR5DS 0,7 WR56 0,9 0,9

                                                                                                                      VW

                                                                                                                      Fusca /Kombi /Gol /Saveiro - rosca longa 91 W5DC 0,7 WR5DC 0,7 WR5DS 0,7 WR56 1.3/1.6 carb. 4 8 Ar 84 →

                                                                                                                      BORRACHA DO PEDAL DE CAMBIO

                                                                                                                      Use da YBR

                                                                                                                      BORRACHA DA TORNEIRA ELÉTRICA

                                                                                                                      use borracha nitrílica (NBR), que é resistente a gasolina. Retirem a borracha antiga e em cima da nova façam um novo molde. Simples barato e sem gastos absurdos.

                                                                                                                      AGULHAS DA BÓIA

                                                                                                                      par de agulhas da YBR na 535, as agulhas são iguais mas as sedes não, mas veda perfeitamente e ajuste os níveis de cuba, dizem que da XT225 é melhor.

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                                                                                                                        I ve seen a couple of questions about what the best choice of tires for our... — Yamaha FZ6R Owners

                                                                                                                        I've seen a couple of questions about what the best choice of tires for our bikes are and that's entirely debatable. It depends entirely on how you ride. We have a bike that stock has less than 80 horsepower and doesn't have the same lean capabilities and power output as a supersport so our tire requirements vs the performance of bike doesn't warrant a super sticky tire. Now with that said, I've helped a lot of people choose tires and go back and forth between what they should get, and I have experience with all types of riding, however don't take my word for it, this is just to help out anyone.

                                                                                                                        My primary riding style as of late has been strictly commuting. I've ridden about 22,000 miles in the last year, primarily freeway. I do go out on weekends and get into the fun twisty bits, I'll drag knee on my bike and have fun with it. It's certainly got the capability for it. But I don't do that every day. Right now I'm running the Pilot Road 3s on my bike. A little bit of a pricier tire, I'll admit that. But the performance vs. Value of this tire is unlike anything I've ever had on my bike. So far I've got about 7,000 miles on my tires, and they look practically brand new. very little wear in the center on the rear, and with how much boring freeway riding I do, that's pretty impressive. I had a set of S20s, very sticky confidence boosting tires on my bike, but the centers of them would wear through in about 5-6,000 miles. I also had a set of BattleAx T-30's before this to try to solve the middle wear issue and still maintain performance in the corners. That worked okay, but I definitely was lacking in corning performance. I also had a set of Continentals and those were junk.

                                                                                                                        I live in San Diego, probably the #1 place in the country for riding because we can ride 350 days out of the year, the other 15, we just wait for it to dry off or suck it up and ride in the rain. Weather here in non-existant. However, today, there was a nice little downpour that I had to leave for work in and let me tell you, the Pilot Road 3s with the grooves and the tread pattern stuck wonderfully. These tires also have the built in 2CT compound in the side walls so it lets me do the fun stuff in the corners too.

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                                                                                                                          Ptpa and FYI narin — YAMAHA United SZR Riders of Cavite (USZRC)

                                                                                                                          Ptpa and FYI narin

                                                                                                                          Lorenzo Joncent Centino JrMRO Cavite/South

                                                                                                                          13 hrs · Edited ·

                                                                                                                          Eto na po ang bunga ng panayam namin sa PNP Bacoor (May 7, 2015)

                                                                                                                          Bilang aksyon po ng MRO Cavite/South sa dulot na “pangamba” at mga “agam-agam at takot” na dulot ng isang tarp na naglalahad ng pagkilos ng PNP Bacoor sa pag-implement strictly ng RA 4136 at 10054 at ang pangkakaroon ng “authorization letter” sa paggamit ng motorsiklo na hindi pagmamay-ari ng driver, ang MRO Cavite/South ay bumisita kahapon ng umaga (May 7, 2015) sa Bacoor PNP station para madinig ang kanilang paliwanag. Akala nila noong una na kami yong grupo na may gagawing “rally”sa darating na May 13. Nag-abiso po kami kaagad na hindi, dahil tayo sa MRO ay may proseso pong sinusunod bago gumawa ng mga samasamang pagkilos, at ito ang PAKIKINIG o DAYALUGO MUNA sa mga kinaukolan, dahil naniwala tayo na hindi tama at makatarungan na tayo ay magpahayag ng pagtutol o pagkontra kong hindi pa natin naririnig at bigyan ng pagkakataon magpaliwanag mula sa pag-uukolan natin ng isang pagkilos. Kaya kahapon ipinapakilala namin ang ating samahang MRO at ang ating ADBOKASYA, at binigyan ng diin namin ang isa sa ating adhikain na maghubog sa mga riders na maging RESPONSABLI, at isa sa mga panuntunan maging responsabling rider ay ang PAGSUNOD sa mga BATAS. Kaya ipinaabot namin ang layunin ng pagpunta ng MRO C/S sa PNP station nila sa Bacoor at yon ang makinig sa kanilang paliwanag ukol sa pag-implement nga sa kong anu ang nakasaad sa “tarp” nila, sa kadahilanan na hindi maituturo ang pagsunod sa batas kong tayo mismo hindi alam ang nilalaman ng batas; kaya ang pinakalayunin kahapon ay making sa ating mga kapolisan ng Bacoor.

                                                                                                                          Dahil sa pagpapakilala namin na hindi tayo kalaban ng Kapolisan natin, bagkus tayo ay kaagapay nila sa pamamagitan ng paghuhubog ng mga riders na maging “law abiding citizens” sila ay very accommodating, friendly at bukas sa kong anu mang mga katanungan na aming ipinaaabot, pati na sa mga butas na nakikita namin sa proseso ng implementasyon na nakasaad sa tarp.

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                                                                                                                            Photos from Shawn Diamond's post — Yamaha Vikings Wolverines

                                                                                                                            HURRY THIS WONT LAST!! Im selling my super loaded custom 2015 Yamaha Viking VI EPS it's brand new and I've only owned it a three weeks. It only has 27 miles on it and is in perfect condition. I have over 25k invested in the UTV and Custom Stuff but am selling it for the pay off balance which is $17800.00 The land I was going to buy fell through and I no longer have a reason to own this awesome UTV. It is located in Mansfield TX.This is not your average Yamaha Viking its TOTALLY CUSTOM!!. I bought it new and took it straight to the UTV shop where it got the following professionally installed:

                                                                                                                            3" suspension lift kit

                                                                                                                            EMP Rear Bumper W/ Tag lights and (Don't Tread on Me License Plate)

                                                                                                                            4500lbs Superwinch W/ Remote

                                                                                                                            Fold Down Windshield

                                                                                                                            CB Radio W/ Large PA speaker

                                                                                                                            Bluetooth enabled waterproof Sound System

                                                                                                                            Two Rifle Overhead Gun Rack

                                                                                                                            Maxxima Super Bright Industrial LED Lights

                                                                                                                            Side Mirrors

                                                                                                                            Panoramic Rear View Mirror

                                                                                                                            GM Truck Horn (Loud!)

                                                                                                                            Custom Switches & Eternal fuse board

                                                                                                                            Extra Aux. Port

                                                                                                                            Analog Alt./Battery Gauge

                                                                                                                            Dual USB Charging Port

                                                                                                                            Fender Flares

                                                                                                                            28x10-14 Tires

                                                                                                                            MSA Custom Wheels

                                                                                                                            Canvas Top

                                                                                                                            It will also come with a brand new snorkel kit still in the box. I never got around to having it installed yet. Ive never even had this off the pavement! I also have all the manuals for the aftermarket equipment and the original factory wheels and tires and a 1300 FPS Gamo High Power Rifle. I have invested a lot of money and am already taking a huge hit on this. I am not desperate and will not even consider lowballers so don't waste your time. If you are serious about buying a new custom 2015 Yamaha Viking VI EPS in real tree camo then here is a real good opportunity to save some money. I am only asking the It It has a full transferable warranty. Pictures do this beautiful awesome machine no justice come see it and you will buy it! I also have a brand new car hauler and match mini bike that are only two weeks old also that I could include for a additional charge. A description of the factory and upgrade options it has is below.

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                                                                                                                              Photos from Joe Reitman's post — Enduro Yamaha IT Series

                                                                                                                              Street Legal Vintage 1982 Yamaha IT465 2 Stroke for sale

                                                                                                                              Tagged in Georgia, Full Dual Sport kit including LED blinkers, LED brake light, horn, LED hi/lo beam; 14 A/H Lithium Iron Battery; Dual Sport tires like new, also have a brand new 17" knobby rear tire (irc vulcanduro); custom re-valved rear suspension (brand new swing-arm bearings and bushings installed); Race Tech Gold Valve Cartridge emulators up front in 43mm '84 YZ490 forks. New seal in left fork leg. New kickstart return spring. Double leading shoe front brakes. Geared high for the street. Will easily run well over 80 per GPS. Probably 100 plus if you are really brave and not afraid to rev it. I avoid high rpm use...

                                                                                                                              It has extras you are unlikely to find on any other 80's enduro bike, including a very expensive lithium Iron (not Ion) battery and a dual LED headlight, neither of which was even available in the United States (or anywhere I believe) until 2010. Those 2 items alone cost me about 3 bills. http://www.batterystuff.com/powersports ... -BS12.html. This is a new style battery- very light, very slow discharge. It also has an X-ring chain and Acerbis hand guards.

                                                                                                                              custom passenger pegs, big bars, custom tank paint (which unfortunately now needs to be redone cosmetically- looks good from 10' away but cracks around the fill cap are visible if closer), custom tank graphics done in 1978-1980 YZ style, expensive epoxy coating of the tank interior (which also unfortunately needs to be redone within the next year or two), brand-new outlaw racing billet aluminum fuel cap, and way way way too many late nights of labor in the garage

                                                                                                                              I have a monstrous investment into this antique.

                                                                                                                              I meticulously restored this bike over 2 years, then used it on honeymoon, and it pains me to list it for sale. This is the only IT465 like this, in this condition, with these mods, restored, with a pretty fresh top end done by Proline Motorsports by the boss man himself over there (Jim), and in street legal condition, in the US, as far as I know. A YZ465 cannot be made street legal in Georgia.

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                                                                                                                                INSTRUCTION FOR SNETTERTON — Yamaha Past Masters Racing Forum

                                                                                                                                INSTRUCTION FOR SNETTERTON:

                                                                                                                                Thanks to all of the instructors who have stepped up on this one as its mega busy!

                                                                                                                                For those who have, or are going to get instruction, please consider a contribution to the rider development fund if you feel you have benefitted from the instructors time. Any contribution is very much appreciated and goes straight back to assist the Rider Development Program in its evolution to help riders race faster and safer. See Tracey Ringrow if you can spare a few coffers :-)

                                                                                                                                Remember all instructors have different styles and you might find that you don't "click" with a certain instructor and that is fine. Feedback on the instructors and instruction is always very welcome and we want to get the right instructor for you to develop your riding. Like a new pair of boots, sometimes the fit isn't right first time so just let me know. Don't be shy!

                                                                                                                                So thank you to everyone who has asked for an instructor for Snett and here is the allocation list. Please try and contact your instructor on FB where possible but they will try and contact you too so you can discuss things before you meet at Snett. Exciting stuff and enjoy the learning!

                                                                                                                                Racer - / - Class - / - Instructor

                                                                                                                                Andrew Kite #185 - / - Thunderbike - / - Rick Windas

                                                                                                                                Andy Pope #44 - / - 600 - / - Luke Harris

                                                                                                                                Archy Argo MZ - / - MZ - / - Andrew Wales

                                                                                                                                Barry Chamberlain - / - 600 - / - Karl Fitt

                                                                                                                                Ben Catt #15 - / - 1000 - / - Giles Olley

                                                                                                                                Ben Cotgrove #90 - / - 600 - / - Simon Gates

                                                                                                                                Bob Couchman - / - Minitwin - / - Jeremy

                                                                                                                                Chris Thay #32 - / - Minitwin - / - Paul Johnston

                                                                                                                                Craig Boswell Nelson #10 - / - 600 - / - Dave Shelvey

                                                                                                                                Dan Gibbs #171 - / - Thunderbike - / - Adam Nelson

                                                                                                                                Dan Hardy - / - 400 - / - Pete Thornton

                                                                                                                                Dan Nemati - / - Thunderbike - / - Dan Stuart

                                                                                                                                Daniel Sales #140 - / - Minitwin - / - Nick Bishop

                                                                                                                                Dean Bradley #113 - / - KJC - / - Jeremy

                                                                                                                                Deb Pettit #134 - / - 400 - / - Gary Jarman

                                                                                                                                Drew Johnson #34 - / - Minitwin - / - Tony Russo

                                                                                                                                Duncan Grove #30 - / - 600 - / - Gary Jones

                                                                                                                                Harry Day #43 - / - Minitwin - / - Gabrielle Burne

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                                                                                                                                  Photos from Doc Eric Klinefelter's post — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                                                                                  It is with greatest humility, honor and privilege having this once in a lifetime chance to deliver my personal Graduation Message to you my relatives and colleagues/friends. As I jubilantly celebrate the apex of success from my ten long years of Graduate Education (Master of Arts in Education, Master in Public Administration and finally, Doctor of Education) from 2004 to 2014, I think it is just right to express my message of gratification to all the people who became a part and instrumental of such memorable bitter-sweet student experiences. I would also like to address this message to anybody, any riders here, who would find their time reading this hoping to instill some knowledge, values and inspirations.

                                                                                                                                  Technically, the Commencement Ceremony is a ceremony in which degrees or diplomas are conferred on graduating students. Graduates felt that their years of hardships in their schools had been already finished. Their struggles to pass their tests, quizzes, projects, thesis and other course requirements were already done for. Many of graduates were fully equipped with the expected necessary knowledge, skills and values based on their chosen academic degree courses. Graduation signifies fulfillment of dreams for a brighter future. They soon enter on the next phase of life, the working stage or the productive stage of life. For the Graduate School student-graduates, the commencement means two things, professional enhancement/development (the manifested) and edge/points on the promotion for their position (the latent). Whether in the Undergraduate or Graduate Program, commencement means the starting point of our dreams. I may be sound idealistic, but for me, such dreams that we began to achieved after graduation must be really dedicated not only for ourselves and our family but more importantly, for our respective communities, province and country as well.

                                                                                                                                  Let us selflessly give our share and commitment to hasten the growth and development of our country. Being a Social Science major, I always look not only on the micro perspective but more importantly, the macro-analysis and application of the issues or objectives. I strongly insist and very confident that no one can refute the proposition that education is fundamental to the functional literacy, stability, progress and development of a nation. Although if one of my readers is an economist or a social philosopher, he would say this can be debatable, he would say education is just one factor of socio-economic development, we also need the so called “good-governance”, committed and honest public administration, multi-sector (public and private) plus active citizenship participation, and among other pertinent socio-economic factors, this is also very true. Yet among these factors, education is I think the most important factor!

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                                                                                                                                    So You Wanna Get a Sportsbike Huh — YAMAHA United SZR Riders of Cavite (USZRC)

                                                                                                                                    So You Wanna Get a Sportsbike Huh?

                                                                                                                                    FIRST THINGS FIRST – BEFORE YOU BUY A BIKE

                                                                                                                                    Before you buy a motorcycle, you need to buy some gear, and you need to take the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s basic training course. The MSF course will teach you the basics of riding a bike on the road. It’s not terribly expensive, it’s not hard, and it will give you a huge advantage when you start riding on your own. Plus, in many states the MSF course counts as your driving portion ofthe license test.

                                                                                                                                    As far as gear: at the very minimum, you need to buy a HELMET, JACKET, GLOVES, and BOOTS. Any time you are on the bike you should have all ofthat stuff on. Every time. Riding a motorcycle is DANGEROUS, there is always a risk of an accident, even if you do nothing wrong. Protect yourself.

                                                                                                                                    You don’t need to spend a lot, but you will probably spend close to $500 on decent stuff. Make sure the helmet is DOT- or Snell-certified, and everything you buy is motorcycle-specific. You should also really get some kind of leg protection – jeans last about two seconds while sliding across asphalt at 60 mph.

                                                                                                                                    OK, SO WHAT BIKE IS GOOD FOR A BEGINNER?

                                                                                                                                    The best rule of thumb for a starter bike is this: Two or fewer cylinders, 750cc or less. Any bike that follows those guidelines will be an excellent starter bike. But perhaps a list would be more helpful. The most common beginner sportbikes are, in no particular order: Ninja 250, Ninja 500, GS500, Ninja 650, SV650. There are others, but these are by farthe easiest to find and the most reliable. Each bike has its pros and cons, so do some research and find out what fits foryou and your budget.

                                                                                                                                    Unless you have money to burn, buy a used bike. Two reasons for this. One: used beginner bikes hold their value very well, so you’ll be able to sell it in a year or so forvery close to the price you paid for it. Two: you will probably drop yourfirst bike. It might be at 50 MPH, it might be at 5, it might be stopped at alight, but it’s probably going to happen, and when it does you’re going to feel awful about scratching and denting a brand new bike you’re still making payments on. Buy a used bike, and it’s probably got a few scuffs already, so you can pick it back up and move on.

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                                                                                                                                      Bago po tayo mag post share ng kung ano anong bagay na makakasira at... — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                                                                                      Bago po tayo mag post/share ng kung ano anong bagay na makakasira at makakasakit sa isang tao, you might consider reading this before you post. Paalala lang po ito sa lahat.

                                                                                                                                      Republic Act No. 10627 (Anti-Bullying Act of 2013) IRR - Includes Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

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                                                                                                                                      SOGI included in ‘Anti-Bullying Act of 2013’ IRR

                                                                                                                                      The Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Republic Act No. 10627 includes “gender-based bullying”, which is “any act that humiliates or excludes a person on the basis of perceived or actual sexual orientation and gender identity.”

                                                                                                                                      Sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) was included in the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of the Republic Act No. 10627, otherwise known, as the “Anti-Bullying Act of 2013″. The IRR was signed on December 13 by Bro. Armin A. Luistro, FSC, Secretary of the Department of Education (DepEd).

                                                                                                                                      Under Rule II: Definition of Terms of the IRR, “bullying” is defined as “any severe, or repeated use by one or more students of a written, verbal or electronic expression, or a physical act or gesture, or any combination thereof, directed at another student that has the effect of actually causing or placing the latter in reasonable fear of physical or emotional harm or damage to his property; creating a hostile environment at school for the other student; infringing on the rights of another student at school; or materially and substantially disrupting the education process or the orderly operation of a school”.

                                                                                                                                      These acts include: unwanted physical contact between the bully and the victim like punching, pushing, shoving, kicking, slapping, tickling, headlocks, inflicting school pranks, teasing, fighting and the use of available objects as weapons; any act that causes damage to a victim’s psyche and/or emotional well-being; any slanderous statement or accusation that causes the victim undue emotional distress; and “cyber- bullying”.

                                                                                                                                      These acts also include “gender-based bullying”, which is “any act that humiliates or excludes a person on the basis of perceived or actual SOGI.”

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                                                                                                                                        TE ESPERAMOS A UN ENDURO INOLVIDABLE — YAMAHA DT 125-175 ARGENTINA

                                                                                                                                        TE ESPERAMOS A UN ENDURO INOLVIDABLE!!!!

                                                                                                                                        Enduro y Rescate San Luis ARGENTINA

                                                                                                                                        Reglamento Deportivo

                                                                                                                                        Carrera Desafío del Indio 2015

                                                                                                                                        Primera Parte

                                                                                                                                        1. Las inscripciones se harán del 5 de enero al 9 de enero del 2015 en el centro de San Luis Avda. Illia y Junín Dirección de Turismo, todas las inscripciones cierran el 9 de enero a las 20hs.de cualquier forma.

                                                                                                                                        2. El Precio de la inscripción incluye el seguro médico $850 y $250 para los mini estos últimos deberán traer una autorización firmada por sus padres ante policía, escribano público o juez de paz.

                                                                                                                                        NOTA: Todos los menores de edad que quieran correr sea cual fuere su categoría deben traer autorización firmada por sus padres o tutores ante autoridad pública.

                                                                                                                                        3. El orden de inscripción nos da el orden de largada de cada categoría para el día sábado.

                                                                                                                                        3.1 El día domingo el orden de largada lo dará la posición en la que termine el piloto el día sábado.

                                                                                                                                        4. Antes de largar se le coloca a la moto o cuatriciclo un chip, un número y una tarjeta que nos dará el horario de largada de los tres prime que debemos cumplir.

                                                                                                                                        5. Enlaces: El tiempo que la organización le dé al piloto para transitar los enlaces siempre es mayor al real, de forma que antes de dar la vuelta cronometrada pueda hidratarse, abastecerse de combustible y recibir asistencia de sus auxilios, los enlaces son por senderos de animales perfectamente demarcados y si en algún momento se pisa una calle ya sea de tierra o asfalto la velocidad máxima no puede exceder los 40km/h, “HABRÁ SEVERAS SANCIONES SI ESTO NO SE CUMPLE”.

                                                                                                                                        6. En la mitad del enlace de Estancia Grande al Trapiche encontraremos una ambulancia, es obligatorio que paremos 10minutos. Donde deberán hidratarse y si fuese necesario cargar combustible, el que en este punto será transportado por la organización, en este punto habremos recorrido + o – 20 km., y nos faltan + o – 18km Para llegar a la localidad de El Trapiche donde nos encontraremos con el tercer prime.

                                                                                                                                        7. Si el piloto asiste solo al evento, la organización les trasladará su abastecimiento a cada prime lo que deberá ser entregado el día viernes a la organización.

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                                                                                                                                          Yamaha Vmax — Yamaha V-Max

                                                                                                                                          Yamaha Vmax

                                                                                                                                          Traumbike-Wahl 2014: Platz 8

                                                                                                                                          Wer Wind sät, wird Boost ernten. Bei der Yamaha Vmax ist damit nicht der Ladedruck eines Turbos gemeint, sondern die zeitweilige Aktivierung eines zweiten Vergasers für jeden Zylinder durch eine Klappe im Ansaugsystem. Und wie ein Turbo zeitigt diese einen stürmischen Effekt.

                                                                                                                                          FOTOSHOW (10 Bilder)

                                                                                                                                          Fotoshow: Yamaha Vmax

                                                                                                                                          Eigentlich ist es ein ganz unschuldiges Vergnügen: im dritten Gang einfach so dahincruisen, bei etwa 4000/min, und dann das Gas aufziehen. Der prasselnde Auspuffton des 70-Grad-V4 verschmilzt mit steigender Frequenz zu einem heiseren Röhren, ab 6000/min sorgen die Klappen in den Ansaugtrakten der beiden Zylinderbänke dafür, dass jeder Zylinder in der Ansaugphase von zwei Vergasern mit Gemisch versorgt wird. Dann reißt es die Yamaha Vmax plötzlich nach vorn wie von einem – es gibt einfach keinen besseren Vergleich – überstarken Gummiband gezogen. Der Motor verbreitet jetzt einen harten, trockenen Klang.

                                                                                                                                          So schnalzt er auf 9000 Umdrehungen hoch, und es wird Zeit für den nächsten Gang, die Wiederholung. Vierter, fünfter, jenseits der 200 wird die Sache langsam ungemütlich; die Sitzposition auf der Yamaha Vmax ist nicht dafür geschaffen, dass sich der Fahrer dauernd gegen den reißenden Fahrtwind stemmen kann. Den größten Teil der viel kritisierten Fahrwerksunruhen bei höherem Tempo verursacht er deshalb selbst. Zeit, das Gas zuzudrehen und wieder mit 130 Sachen dahinzuprötteln. Bis einen das nächste Mal die Lust auf den V-Boost packt.

                                                                                                                                          Leicht überproportionierter V-Motor im Zentrum des Fahrwerks

                                                                                                                                          Am liebsten würde man das ganz für sich allein genießen; ein Publikum braucht es dafür nicht. Aber wann ist man auf der Autobahn schon einmal allein? Und wann kann man dem oben beschriebenen, unschuldigen Vergnügen frönen, ohne dass sich jemand provoziert fühlt? Immer läuft in der Phase des Nachlassens einer von hinten auf, den man vorher hat stehen lassen, und regt sich auf, schimpft, gestikuliert. Gut, dass die Lichthupe eines solchen Zeitgenossen nicht scharf schießt. Wahrscheinlich ist da viel Neid auf die grandiose Beschleunigung der Vmax im Spiel. Wahrscheinlich war das aber auch genau so beabsichtigt, als die Yamaha Vmax 1984 vorgestellt wurde und im Jahr darauf auf den Markt kam: als überstarkes Provokationsobjekt, gemacht für böse Jungs - und böse Mädchen. Damit die Böses damit anstellen können: den Hinterreifen auf der Viertelmeile des Öfteren übel malträtieren, um sich möglichst schnell darüberzerren zu lassen.

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                                                                                                                                            Quick and dirty thing I wrote about motor building I need to expand it more in... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                                                                                                                            Quick and dirty thing I wrote about motor building. I need to expand it more in the porting and cam profile area.

                                                                                                                                            Building a motor takes forethought and planning, different parts can't be thrown together and expected to work 100%. First off, what are you building it for? What's your budget? How and where do you ride?

                                                                                                                                            First choice is the piston, the popular choices are wiseco and JE. This is where you decide what bore and compression you would like to be at. If you're looking to go mild then a wiseco 10.25-1 is a good choice or the 85mm 10.5-1 JE. If wanting to build a performance motor then look into the 12-1 JE. If the higher compression piston is chosen then at least a half mix of race gas is recommended. The higher your compression, the more you will feel a boost in the lower rpm as the increase in cylinder pressure is what helps get the quad up and moving.

                                                                                                                                            Is a port and polish in your budget? A good port will increase flow drastically and will help your motor inhale and exhale. I personally recommend using someone with experience, the proper tools and possibly even numbers to match them up.

                                                                                                                                            Next is cams. Did you decide on that port and polish? If not I would look into a cam with a smaller lift as the stock head peaks at .400" of lift. Good cam choices are the hotcam stage 1 and 2 or the web .390. Maybe even the web .413 or mega .415. If you went with a port then I would look into a cam with a larger lift such as the web .413 or mega .415 again or the web .430, web .440 or the mega .450 as the higher the lift will equate to greater flow. Now to match cams with your piston. The larger cams like the web .430, .440 and mega .450 have a higher duration. The higher your duration the longer you can keep that valve way open giving big top end gains but on the downside the more compression bleed off you will have, or a lower "dynamic compression". Now the higher your compression is, the more you feel the power come in the lower rpms. If using a high compression piston, one of the larger cams with greater duration can easily be used as you're starting with a lot of "static compression" giving you sufficient "dynamic compression" even after the slight bleed off. If running one of the lower compression pistons, I would recommend one of the cams with less duration like the web .413 or mega .415. If looking for top end on one of these lower compression pistons, the web .430 or mega .450 cams are recommended as the web .440 just has too much duration with will drop your dynamic compression too low.

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                                                                                                                                              Photos from Arvin Tolentino Bartolata's post — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

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                                                                                                                                                DOTC releases revised fines penalties on traffic violations — Yamaha Sniper 135 Classic

                                                                                                                                                DOTC releases revised fines, penalties on traffic violations

                                                                                                                                                A few days ago, we reported that the Department of Transportation and Communications, together with the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board and the Land Transportation Office, will release the revised schedule of fines and penalties "for the violation of laws, rules and regulations governing land transportation" under Joint Administrative Order 2014-01.

                                                                                                                                                Well, the 25-page revised schedule has been released by the DOTC, and as much as we'd like to list down all the fines and penalties, it will be one lengthy reading material. Instead, we're noting the ones that are relevant to most motorists:

                                                                                                                                                * Driving without a valid driver's license - P3,000 (from P1,500) plus the offender will be disqualified from being granted a driver's license or from driving a motor vehicle for one year from the payment of the fine;

                                                                                                                                                * Driving a motor vehicle used in committing a crime - P10,000 (from P3,000) plus the offender's driver's license will be confiscated, and if convicted, revoked with the driver being perpetually disqualified from being granted a driver's license. The vehicle will also be impounded until after the payment of appropriate fines and penalties;

                                                                                                                                                * Reckless driving - P2,000 (from P1,000) for the first offense; P3,000 (from P1,500) for the second offense; and P10,000 (from P2,000) for the third offense. In addition, the offender's driver's license will be suspended for three months for the second offense and six months for the third offense, with the revocation of the license on succeeding offenses. A non-professional driver whose license has been revoked will be disqualified from obtaining a driver's license for two years from revocation, while a professional driver whose license has been revoked will be perpetually disqualified from getting a license;

                                                                                                                                                * Failure to wear seatbelts - P1,000 for the first offense; P2,000 for the second offense; and P5,000 for the third offense. Previously, the fine was only P250, regardless of the number of offenses. Also, the driver's license of the offender will be suspended for one week from the payment of the fine for the third and each succeeding offense. The DOTC also notes that children six years old and below are prohibited from sitting in the front passenger seat;

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                                                                                                                                                  Hashi Riya shared LeatherUp.com's note to the group: Yamaha Sniper 135 Classic. — Yamaha Sniper 135 Classic

                                                                                                                                                  Loud Pipes vs. Ordinance against Excessive noise Vs. mga taong ayaw sa Loud pipes

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                                                                                                                                                  They say loud pipes save lives,

                                                                                                                                                  I ride from small areas to wide hi-ways like you guys, we can prove that loud pipes can save lives, ofcourse its damn freakin loud hahaha lalot pag umeecho sya mapa small cc bikes man or big cc superbikes. Madinig ka lang umaarangkada eh tumatabi na mga sinusundan mong riders (un iba pa hahabulin ka tas bombahan ka din ayaw patalo pipes nila hahaha) or even cars na nka aircon madidinig ka, kahit taong nka headset madidinig ka eh, although nka headset they will still feel the Db Vibrations thumping on their chests..

                                                                                                                                                  Loud pipes serves as a warning device aside from mga busina naten, sa dami ba namang mga sasakyan nowadays, businahan mo tumatawid bka kung san pa lumingon yan dahil sa daming kaparehas na busina di nya malalaman kung san ka mangagaling.And we riders know din na we are "Stealth" sa mga nka 4wheels or 22 wheels trucks dahil maliit nga tayo kahit superbike mahirap makita dahil sa bilis..Kaya for me base sa experience ko riding small cc bike and bigbike gusto ko pa din naka loud pipes, it serves as a warning device.. it’s easier to notice a loud motorcycle. It’s even almost impossible to miss a very loud one, whether its in your blind spot, in front or behind you. Iba ang motorcycle engine with loud pipes sa kotseng nka loud pipes din.

                                                                                                                                                  the problem nga lng ay un law regarding sa loud pipes and disturbing noise (prang bunganga lng ni ermats pag galit heheh) and sa mga HiD lyts matagal na un ordinance na yan kaso now lang binuhay.. the question is "bat ngayon lang?" and karamihang tanong "Bat mga motor lang?" paano naman ang mga jeep, tricycle, owner type jeeps, buses lalot ordinary hndi lng maingay maitim pa usok? dba mga ganung klaseng stress?sa mga car owners na nka street set up din nka loud pipes din yan ma pang drift or drag style, mga truck na overloaded na nagkanda sabit sabit sa mga kable ng poste.. masaklap pa nyan namimili sila ng paparahin at wala silang gamit na decibel meter, iba naman bat big bike pinalampas pero kami hindi (standards and underbones) hirit ng enforcer " sadyang maingay po ang mga ganon motor sir" ( pero wag ka un motor ng enforcer na namara nka Honda wave na 4N customed GP pipe .. san ka pa?) im sure alang silencer un and i'm sure nka HiD pa un... may diskriminasyon nga talaga nanyayari.. para saating riders naiintindihan naman natin trabaho ng mga enforcers oo andun na tayo, pero sana maging patas lang talaga sila, at sana man lang kung mag iimplement sila ng ganyan ordinance or muling binuhay nila yan sana dinaan nila sa Media pra alam buong tao at hindi ganyang nambubulaga sila, ABA hindi biro ang 2,500php pagkain na din yan sobra pa sa pagnamalengke ka, may pang inom ka pa.pano din pala ang mga ibang riders na gustong mamasyal sa ibang lugar tas ganyan? Imbis na darating sila nkangiti sa pupuntahan eh nka simangot dahil nawaldasan ng 2,500php heheheh I respect them (enforcers) syempre mga babad na nga sa araw eh na babansagang pang bobo or nigger pangets whatever you call them guys

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                                                                                                                                                    Just wanna share this ka MX. D about Fully Synthetic vs Semi Synthetic Oil — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                                                                                                    Just wanna share this ka-MX :D about Fully Synthetic vs Semi Synthetic Oil.

                                                                                                                                                    it's clear that purely from a performance and durability standpoint a fully synthetic is going to do a better job than a semi, but before you go running out cash in hand here's a few points to consider that might help you decide which oil to go with.

                                                                                                                                                    Cost – If you're happy with paying the extra cost that comes with a fully synthetic, then in doing so you will be giving your engine the best protection with the added benefit of being able to extend the time between changes.

                                                                                                                                                    Will you see the benefits? – If you drop your oil quite frequently (most track dayers drop their oil between 2-6 days) then there's an argument that you won't really see the benefits of the extended oil drains that come with a fully synthetic, which means the extra money you're spending could be in vain.

                                                                                                                                                    Is your engine tuned? – If an engine is highly tuned then it is often recommended that you opt for a fully synthetic as engine internals will be more highly stressed. If it's completely stock however then many agree that a fully synthetic isn't entirely necessary, because many bike manufacturers would have taken into account the fact that people will use different types of oil when they designed their engines.

                                                                                                                                                    Clutch Slip – There has been a long standing notion that there is a risk of fully synthetic causing your clutch to slip with claims that they are 'too slippery'. In actual fact synthetic oils are no more slippery than mineral oils, however due to the differences in clutch designs between motorcycles, friction modifiers are added to some oils to cater for this which could cause slipping.

                                                                                                                                                    However, as long as you buy the correct grade of motorcycle oil for your bike that conforms to all the correct JASO specifications then you should never experience clutch slip with a fully synthetic.

                                                                                                                                                    Synthetics Caveat

                                                                                                                                                    One thing that is worth noting is that just because the label on the bottle says fully synthetic, doesn't mean it necessarily is. Different semi and fully synthetics will have differing amounts of synthetic base stocks, some so low that you wonder how it could be classed as synthetic at all.

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                                                                                                                                                      text messages between President Aquino and Senator Bongbong Marcos over the... — Yamaha Sniper 135 Classic

                                                                                                                                                      text messages between President Aquino and Senator Bongbong Marcos over the weekend. A reliable source who requested anonymity intercepted the following messages.

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: can we tok?

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: hu u?

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: kapal mo! u deleted my number na?

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: kupal ka pala eh. sino k b?

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: gago! senator bongbong here.

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: tae ka! y wud i have your #?

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: di ka ba talaga pwedeng makausap nang matino?

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: di tayo close, you know that!

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: ulol! we have a lot of things in common, tandaan mo ‘yan.

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: magkaiba tayo.

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: ‘di ah! pangalan pa lang natin, pareho na! bong-bong! noy-noy!

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: tanga! anong pareho dun!? magkaiba ‘yon. ferdinand ka, benigno ako.

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: see? kapangalan pa natin ang ating mga ama.

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: bobo! junior ka, the third ako. malaki ang difference no’n.

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: pati sa mga kapatid natin, may similarity tayo. ‘yong panganay naming si ate IMEE: saksakan nang ‘tigas ng ulo noong dalaga. kapag nagustuhan ang lalaki, nagre-rebelde.

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: sira! hindi ganun ang panganay naming si ate ballsy.

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: ha-ha-ha! sinong may sabing si ballsy ang tinutukoy ko?

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: huwag mong idamay si viel, tahimik ‘yon.

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: sige na nga. regards na lang kay kris. joooke!

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: namemersonal ka na!

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: ikaw ang nagsimula!

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: fault ko pa? sino bang sumisira sa diwa ng edsa? singapore your face! I’ve got two words for you: “martial law!”

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: ah gano’n? babalikan na naman natin ang nakaraan? do not provoke me!

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: really? here’s another: “marcos cronies!”

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: pakyu ka! “kamag-anak incorporated!”

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: “plaza miranda bombing!”

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: “mendiola massacre!” hoy! wala kang alam sa history! si joma sison ang nambomba sa plaza miranda! ‘yon ang nasa libro ni ka jovy salonga!

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: ah basta!

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: ha-ha-ha naubusan ka na ng bala!

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: noong panahon ng tatay mo, walang freedom of the press!

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: noong panahon ng nanay mo, walang kuryente!

                                                                                                                                                      NOYNOY: marcos billions sa europa!

                                                                                                                                                      BONGBONG: whatever! hacienda luisita!

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                                                                                                                                                        BIKERS CLUB HARUS WASPADA — YMJT (YAMAHA MIO JAWA TIMUR)

                                                                                                                                                        BIKERS CLUB HARUS WASPADA

                                                                                                                                                        10 Perilaku Bikers yang Bikin Jengkel

                                                                                                                                                        Jalan raya merupakan sarana milik bersama. Karena itu, kita tidak bisa seenaknya berprilaku di jalan raya. Disiplin berlalulintas dan menghormati pengendara lain wajib dilakukan. Ini penting agar tercapai suasana yang tertib.

                                                                                                                                                        Masalahnya, tak sedikit pengendara belum mengerti arti disiplin berlalulintas, termasuk para pengendara sepeda motor. Kondisi inilah yang membuat suasana lalulintas semakin kacau balau.

                                                                                                                                                        Perilaku negatif pengendara sepeda motor atau bikers tidak bisa dipungkiri telah memicu tingginya tingkat kecelakaan di jalan raya. Beragam pola negatif berkendara kerap dipertontonkan bikers. Padahal seharusnya mereka tahu bahwa perilaku negatif itu tak hanya bisa membahayakan dirinya.

                                                                                                                                                        1. Berhenti di Bawah Jembatan Penyebrangan

                                                                                                                                                        Perilaku bikers ini sering terlihat saat hujan turun. Para bikers yang tidak membawa jas hujan dan ingin memakai jas hujan biasanya menjadikan jembatan sebagai tempat berteduh. Masalahnya para pengendara motor ini tidak melihat bahwa areal untuk menaruh motornya berada di badan jalan. Efeknya, karena volume sepeda motor yang diparkir begitu besar, maka mengganggu arus lalulintas. Secara langsung parkiran yang melanggar itu menjadi titik kemacetan.

                                                                                                                                                        2. Lawan Arus (Contra Flow)

                                                                                                                                                        Melawan arus kerap dilakukan bikers di saat jam sibuk, pagi dan sore. Ironinya, sering kali hal itu dilakukan karena mereka tidak ingin antri. Jelas perilaku negatif ini bisa membahayakan semua orang. Di samping itu, melawan arus hanya akan menciptakan kemacetan baru di jalur lain. Apalagi bikers kerap menyalip di jalur berlawanan.

                                                                                                                                                        3. Motor Naik Trotoar

                                                                                                                                                        Sikap tak terpuji saling menyerobot dan tak mau antri membuat bikers berani melanggar peraturan. Menggunakan bahu jalan atau trotoar adalah perkara negatif yang bisa kita lihat setiap hari di jalanan Ibu Kota. Padahal, trotoar merupakan hak pejalan kaki. Berkendara di trotoar merupakan wujud sikap arogan. Sikap bikers yang tak memiliki rasa kebersamaan ini hanya akan membahayakan pejalan kaki dan dirinya sendiri.

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                                                                                                                                                          pa post lang po mga admin — Yamaha Mio Mx 125 Parking Lot

                                                                                                                                                          pa post lang po mga admin...

                                                                                                                                                          ISANG PANAWAGAN SA LAHAT NG RIDERS NG BANSANG PILIPINAS:

                                                                                                                                                          Magandang araw po sa inyong lahat! Ako po si Jobert Bolanos. Isang rider na nabibilang sa libu-libong volunteers na kasapi ng Motorcycle Rights Organization.

                                                                                                                                                          Nais ko po kayong imbitahan sa isang pag titipon sa Enero 26, 2014, sa People Power Monument sa kanto ng EDSA at Whiteplains Avenue sa lungsod ng Quezon City.

                                                                                                                                                          Ang pagtitipong ito ay magaganap sa kadahilanang nababalutan nanaman ng kasamaan ang imahe nating mga rider ng dahil sa mga kriminal na gumagamit ng motorsiklo upang matakasan ang kanilang mga krimen.

                                                                                                                                                          At dahil dito, ang iba't ibang sangay ng gobyerno ay nag papanukala ng mga panibagong batas na kumikitil nanaman sa ating karapatang pangtao. Kasama dito ang suhestyon ng VACC na dagdagan nanaman tayo ng pasanin tulad ng mga nilabanan namin ng mga nakaraang taon.

                                                                                                                                                          Ito ang mga hindi na bago sating mga mata na panukala:

                                                                                                                                                          1. Ang lahat ng me ankas ay mag susuot ng puting helmet lamang

                                                                                                                                                          2. Irerehistro ang helmet sa pulis at barangay

                                                                                                                                                          3. Mag suot ng vest na may plate number sa likod

                                                                                                                                                          4. Hindi pwede tumakbo ang motorsiklo ng higit sa 30kph

                                                                                                                                                          5. Ang pagbabawal ng ankas sa Maynila

                                                                                                                                                          Ang lahat ng ito ay sa dahil sa problema ng kriminalidad. Isang problema na responsibilidad ng ating kapulisan at hindi para ipasa sa atin ang solusyon.

                                                                                                                                                          Bagama't handa naman tayo mag bigay ng tulong sa abot ng ating makakaya, hindi maaring sa atin na lang ipapasalo ang lahat upang mapadali lamang ang trabaho nila.

                                                                                                                                                          Panahon na upang hikayatin natin ang ating kapulisan na muling "MAG-LEVEL-UP" imbis na sa atin na lang papasalo ang kanilang responsibilidad. Panahon na upag itigil din natin ang pag payag sa ganitong systema na kada me isyung lumalala, e tayo ang sasalo para sa kanila. Panahon na para i-munkahi natin sa gobyerno na paigtingin ang pagka epektibo ng kapulisan at huwag isakrpisyo ang ating karapatan para lang makagawa ng batas. Panahon na para ipaglaban natin ang ating estado bilang mamamayan na nagbabayad ng buwis na syang nag papasweldo sa mga taong binigyan ng posisyson upang gampanan ang tunkulin na protektahan tayo.

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                                                                                                                                                            joke time — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                                                                                                            joke time..

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY vs. BONGBONG

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                                                                                                                                                            2011

                                                                                                                                                            President Noynoy Aquino and Sen. Bongbong Marcos exchanged potshots last week.

                                                                                                                                                            According to Sen. Bongbong Marcos, the Philippines could have been a rich state like Singapore if his father had not been ousted 25 years ago. In another news, a drug test among senators has been proposed.

                                                                                                                                                            This just in: There had been an intense and personal exchange of text messages between President Aquino and Senator Bongbong Marcos over the weekend. A reliable source who requested anonymity intercepted the following messages.

                                                                                                                                                            BONGBONG: can we tok?

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY: hu u?

                                                                                                                                                            BONGBONG: kapal mo! u deleted my number na?

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY: kupal ka pala eh. sino k b?

                                                                                                                                                            BONGBONG: gago! senator bongbong here.

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY: tae ka! y wud i have your #?

                                                                                                                                                            BONGBONG: di ka ba talaga pwedeng makausap nang matino?

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY: di tayo close, you know that!

                                                                                                                                                            BONGBONG: ulol! we have a lot of things in common, tandaan mo ‘yan.

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY: magkaiba tayo.

                                                                                                                                                            BONGBONG: ‘di ah! pangalan pa lang natin, pareho na! bong-bong! noy-noy!

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY: tanga! anong pareho dun!? magkaiba ‘yon. ferdinand ka, benigno ako.

                                                                                                                                                            BONGBONG: see? kapangalan pa natin ang ating mga ama.

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY: bobo! junior ka, the third ako. malaki ang difference no’n.

                                                                                                                                                            BONGBONG: pati sa mga kapatid natin, may similarity tayo. ‘yong panganay naming si ate IMEE: saksakan nang ‘tigas ng ulo noong dalaga. kapag nagustuhan ang lalaki, nagre-rebelde.

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY: sira! hindi ganun ang panganay naming si ate ballsy.

                                                                                                                                                            BONGBONG: ha-ha-ha! sinong may sabing si ballsy ang tinutukoy ko?

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY: huwag mong idamay si viel, tahimik ‘yon.

                                                                                                                                                            BONGBONG: sige na nga. regards na lang kay kris. joooke!

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY: namemersonal ka na!

                                                                                                                                                            BONGBONG: ikaw ang nagsimula!

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY: fault ko pa? sino bang sumisira sa diwa ng edsa? singapore your face! I’ve got two words for you: “martial law!”

                                                                                                                                                            BONGBONG: ah gano’n? babalikan na naman natin ang nakaraan? do not provoke me!

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY: really? here’s another: “marcos cronies!”

                                                                                                                                                            BONGBONG: pakyu ka! “kamag-anak incorporated!”

                                                                                                                                                            NOYNOY: “plaza miranda bombing!”

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                                                                                                                                                              By. Benj Luad Libarnes — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                                                                                                              By : Benj Luad Libarnes

                                                                                                                                                              Last week nakatangap ako ng mga text at PM sa FB na ang LTO starting to apprehend loud pipe users all over Bulacan Province with the legal grounds under PD 96. A few hours ago one of the MRO volunteer her wife PM me that his hubby was apprehended by an LTO-AO with the same legal basis. For everybody reference i attached the PD 96 for proper discussion i just hope your brighter idea will help enlighten all of us. MALACAÑANG

                                                                                                                                                              M a n i l a

                                                                                                                                                              PRESIDENTIAL DECREE No. 96 January 13, 1973

                                                                                                                                                              DECLARING UNLAWFUL THE USE OR ATTACHMENT OF SIRENS, BELLS, HORNS, WHISTLES OR SIMILAR GADGETS THAT EMIT EXCEPTIONALLY LOUD OR STARTLING SOUNDS, INCLUDING DOMELIGHTS AND OTHER SIGNALLING OR FLASHING DEVICES ON MOTOR VEHICLES AND PROVIDING CERTAIN EXCEPTIONS THEREFOR

                                                                                                                                                              WHEREAS, Presidential Proclamation No.

                                                                                                                                                              1081 envisioned, among other goals, the bringing about of a social order characterized by a high state of discipline and order among the citizenry;

                                                                                                                                                              WHEREAS, much of the chaotic conditions from which our people have suffered and still continue to suffer are the direct result of indiscriminate and unregulated use of sirens, bells, horns, whistles and similar gadgets that emit exceptionally loud or startling sounds, including domelights and other similar signalling or flashing devices attached to motor vehicles and used on the highways;

                                                                                                                                                              WHEREAS, it has been observed that such unregulated use of sirens, bells, horns, whistles or similar gadgets that emit exceptionally loud or startling sounds, including domelights and similar signalling or flashing devices actually impede and confuse traffic, are inconsistent with sound traffic discipline and control on the highways, and in effect constitute a major problem in the maintenance of peace and order;

                                                                                                                                                              NOW, THEREFORE, I, FERDINAND E. MARCOS, President of the Philippines, pursuant to Proclamation No. 1081, dated September 21, 1972, and in my capacity as Commander-in-Chief of all the Armed Forces of the Philippines, do hereby order and decree:

                                                                                                                                                              1. That it shall be unlawful for the owner or possessor of any motor vehicle to use or attach to his vehicle any siren, bell, horn, whistle, or other similar gadgets that produce exceptionally loud or startling sound, including domelights, blinkers and other similar signalling or flashing devices.

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                                                                                                                                                                  013 200 2277

                                                                                                                                                                  013 200 4411

                                                                                                                                                                  013 200 4422

                                                                                                                                                                  013 200 4455-sold out

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                                                                                                                                                                    SHARE KULANG SA MGA DUMADAAN NG MARIKINA — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                                                                                                                    SHARE KULANG SA MGA DUMADAAN NG MARIKINA

                                                                                                                                                                    > Motorcycle Rights Organization

                                                                                                                                                                    MISSION LOG, SEPTEMBER 13, 2013... ROUND 2 OF THE MARIKINA LOUD PIPE ORDINANCE:

                                                                                                                                                                    Temporary hold... PERO...

                                                                                                                                                                    Hindi na bago sa mata ng mga kawani ng City Council ng Marikina ang MRO... Mula sa pakikipag tunggali natin sa kanila noong anti-backride, vest at sticker ordinance proposals na ating hinarap at binigyan ng ating saloobin kasabay ng pag presenta ng mga legal na problema na kanilang haharapin kung sakaling ituloy nila ang kanilang mga binabalak... At sa mga panahong iyon, tayo naman ay pinakinggan ng ating magigiting na konsehal ng lungsod ng Marikina...

                                                                                                                                                                    Sa pagkakataong ito, ating hinarap ang hilaw na implementasyon ng Ordinance No. 133 Series of 2006 Section 99 o ang MUFFLERS and NOISE CONTROLLING DEVICES ng ating mga sasakyan... Hilaw dahil wala itong kaakibat na proseso sa pag sukat at sa piling pag implementasyon nito sa motorsiklo... Subalit, lingid sa ating kaalaman, ayon sa taga CTMDO, ang Bayan ng Marikina ay nag iinspect din ng mga Tricycle sa kani kanilang mga pilahan kada tatlong buwan... Ngunit, napaisip ako... Nasabi na bago lang ang mga decibel meters nila so hindi pa ito nagagamit ng matagal... Ayon sa Asst. Chief ng CTMDO na syang kasama sa meeting kaninang umaga, bago lang ang mga kagamitang ito kayat akoy naguguluhan... Kung aking susuriing mabuti, ang ating pananaw ayon sa mga ebidensyang nakalap ay lalo pang napapagtibay na ito ay ginagawa lang nila sa mga naka motorsiklo...

                                                                                                                                                                    Gayun pa man, dahil sa pagkahanda natin at bitbit nating pag susuri, pag aaral, papeles at mga ebidensya sa mga kaganapang ito, napag tibay natin ang ating posisyon sa Committee of Transportation na pinamumunuan ni konsehal Ernesto Flores...

                                                                                                                                                                    Ating inihanda ang draft ordinance na syang una nang naibigay sa iba’t ibang ahensya ng gobyerno mula sa ibang lugar pero sa pagkakataong ito, mas maganda at mas kumpleto ang bersyon ng ating proposal dahil kasama ng pag buo nito INTERNATIONAL PROCESS NA NAKASAAD SA SAE J2825 at SAE J1492 na ating isinusulong na gabay sa proseso ng pagsukat ng ating mga sasakyan... Ating dinipensahan ang ating karapatan sa maayos na paraan at sa magandang usapan... Atin ding pinag diinan na ito ay para sa lahat ng sasakyan at hindi lang sa motorsiklo...

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                                                                                                                                                                      Paul Stewart edited a doc in the group: Yamaha C3 . — Yamaha C3

                                                                                                                                                                      The best, Cost more but you get what you pay for !!

                                                                                                                                                                      http://www.interstatebatteries.com/p/motorcycles/c ytx5l-bs-yamaha-scooters-xf50-w-c3-2007?dsNav=N~38 -2147384880-2147384903&cmpid=social-FBPAGE-ibsa-20 1318360-20150626

                                                                                                                                                                      Cycle-Tron II - 4 AH Product ID: CYTX5L-BS

                                                                                                                                                                      Suggested Retail Price:

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      $76.95

                                                                                                                                                                      -

                                                                                                                                                                      $89.95

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      http://www.batterymart.com/p-YTX5L-BS-AGM-Maintena nce-Free-Battery.htmlDirect fit replacement battery for the C3. BM Part #:

                                                                                                                                                                      YTX5L-BS

                                                                                                                                                                      Voltage:

                                                                                                                                                                      12 Volt

                                                                                                                                                                      Capacity:

                                                                                                                                                                      4 Ah

                                                                                                                                                                      Cold Cranking Amps (CCA):

                                                                                                                                                                      60 CCA

                                                                                                                                                                      Type:

                                                                                                                                                                      AGM

                                                                                                                                                                      Warranty:

                                                                                                                                                                      1 Year

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Shipping Weight:

                                                                                                                                                                      7.00 Pounds

                                                                                                                                                                      Length:

                                                                                                                                                                      4 1/2"

                                                                                                                                                                      Width:

                                                                                                                                                                      2 13/16"

                                                                                                                                                                      Height:

                                                                                                                                                                      4 3/16"

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      http://www.chromebattery.com/ytx5l-bs-high-perform ance-power-sports-battery.html

                                                                                                                                                                      Capacity

                                                                                                                                                                      4 Ah

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Cell(s)

                                                                                                                                                                      6

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Cold Cranking Amps (CCA)

                                                                                                                                                                      70

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Terminal Type

                                                                                                                                                                      Nut & Bolt

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Polarity

                                                                                                                                                                      [- +]

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Internal Resistance

                                                                                                                                                                      0 mΩ

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Max Discharge Current

                                                                                                                                                                      No

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Charge Procedure

                                                                                                                                                                      No

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Ambient Temperature

                                                                                                                                                                      Charge 0°C (32°F) to 40°C (104°F)

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Discharge -15°C (5°F) to 50°C (122°F)

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Storage -15°C (5°F) to 40°C (104°F)

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Battery Life

                                                                                                                                                                      Stand By: 3 ~ 5 Years

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Cycle Use

                                                                                                                                                                      100% depth discharge 200 times

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      80% depth discharge 225 times

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      50% depth discharge 500 times

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Color

                                                                                                                                                                      Black

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Length

                                                                                                                                                                      4.45 in

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Width

                                                                                                                                                                      2.76 in

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Height

                                                                                                                                                                      4.13 in

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Weight (lbs)

                                                                                                                                                                      4.0500

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      Replaces

                                                                                                                                                                      44022, 5LBS, 740-1830, BTX5L-BS, CT5L-BS, CTX5L-BS, ES5L-BS, GT5-3, GT6.5-3, GTX5L-BS, M32X5B, PTX5L-BS, YTX5L-BS

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                      http://www.chromebattery.com/ytx5l-bs-chrome-pro-s eries-battery.html

                                                                                                                                                                      Chemistry Lead Acid Voltage 12V Capacity 4 Ah Cell(s) 6 Cold Cranking Amps (CCA) 70 Terminal Type Nut & Bolt Polarity [- +] Internal Resistance 32 mΩ Max Discharge Current 54A (5s) Charge Procedure Max Charge Current: 2.0A

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                                                                                                                                                                        LoyBu shared a link to the group: Yamaha Mio Mx 125 Parking Lot. — Yamaha Mio Mx 125 Parking Lot

                                                                                                                                                                        Ok everyone wants to go faster right? right.

                                                                                                                                                                        Below are a a few different ways to make your motorized scooter go faster. Some expensive some not expensive and some that i've seen on my travels that are just plain dumb. Below is a list of mods with explanation and rating out of 10.

                                                                                                                                                                        NOTE: There's only two ways of making your scooter go faster.. increase the RPM of the engine or change the drive ratio. If you change the drive ratio to go faster, you can then modify your engine to regain that acceleration you lost when the drive ratio was changed.

                                                                                                                                                                        Faster

                                                                                                                                                                        Tuning

                                                                                                                                                                        Ai r Intakes

                                                                                                                                                                        Advancing the Timing

                                                                                                                                                                        Raising the compression

                                                                                                                                                                        Changing the drive ratio

                                                                                                                                                                        Expansion Chamber Pipes

                                                                                                                                                                        Turbo

                                                                                                                                                                        Here is my favourite dumb technique that i found to increase engine power.

                                                                                                                                                                        Remove the fuel filter, your scooter will go faster because the engine can get more fuel.. what crap. This would only be true if your fuel filter was completely blocked and your engine wasn't getting any fuel. If this was happening you'd know about it!

                                                                                                                                                                        Rating: 0/10

                                                                                                                                                                        Tuning

                                                                                                                                                                        Having your carb(Carburettor) tuned properly will allow you to get the most out of your motorized scooter. If your scooter isn't tuned properly, it will 'bog' down when you try and accelerate or it may accelerate well but die at 2/3 revs rather than going to full revs. Below is a site I found on tuning carbs with a low throttle state adjustment and full throttle adjustment. Even if your carb has only one mixture adjustment, this site is still useful.. It helped me out.

                                                                                                                                                                        Rating: 10/10

                                                                                                                                                                        Tuning the H.P. carb

                                                                                                                                                                        Air Intakes

                                                                                                                                                                        Option 1:

                                                                                                                                                                        Changing the standard air cleaner to a high performance K & N filter(that's the only brand I know of for scooter engines) will increase engine performance by allowing the engine to breath easier. Nothing huge but it will. You will also find because its more 'high flow' the engine will probably be a bit louder. This is a great mod however because it doesn't damage the motor.

                                                                                                                                                                        Rating: 9/10

                                                                                                                                                                        K&N air filter

                                                                                                                                                                        Option 2:

                                                                                                                                                                        I've seen some web sites where they say if you drill holes in the air box (where the foam stuff is stored on the carb) you will get extra go. Personally i think this is s&@t..Never run an engine without a filter of some kind. If you drill holes in the plastic air box what's the point of having the foam filter?

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                                                                                                                                                                          SNOHOMISH COUNTY INVENTOR TO ATTEMPT LAND SPEED RECORD FOR 3 WHEELERS — Yamaha V-Max

                                                                                                                                                                          SNOHOMISH COUNTY INVENTOR TO ATTEMPT LAND SPEED RECORD FOR 3-WHEELERS

                                                                                                                                                                          V-4 Propelled Vehicle Uses Tilting Front End for Stability at High Speed

                                                                                                                                                                          Marysville, Washington (Free Press Release) August 24, 2012 - Tilting Motor Works, Inc. announced today that its founder and CEO, Bob Mighell, will attempt the land speed record for 3-wheeled motorcycles at Bonneville Salt Flats in Wendover, Utah on August 26. Mighell will ride a modified Yamaha V-Max 1197cc motorcycle equipped with a V-4 engine and a proprietary Tilting Motor Works (TMW) front end.

                                                                                                                                                                          Mighell will make the record attempt in conjunction with the annual BUB Motorcycle Speed Trials operated by BUB Racing, Inc. of Grass Valley, California and sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme based in Mies, France and its U.S. affiliate the American Motorcyclist Association.

                                                                                                                                                                          A trained mechanical engineer and lifelong performance enthusiast, Mighell is the inventor of an aftermarket “reverse trike” motorcycle conversion distributed by TMW that replaces the front forks and the front wheel with two wheels in the front. The wheels are connected in a patented leaning linkage that preserves the handling of the original motorcycle. While many motorcyclists convert to trikes eventually, the rigid designs of existing solutions are known to compromise handling and performance.

                                                                                                                                                                          “It dawned on me that our design has so many advantages in stability, traction and braking without adding a lot of extra weight that I could go much faster than any other trike,” said Mighell as he loaded his SUV for the trip to Utah. “It’s amazing how preparing for the record run has helped us fine-tune the geometry for everyday riding. Instead of compromising the handling, the TMW front end stabilizes the ride even at high speeds.”

                                                                                                                                                                          Mighell’s collaborators and sponsors in staging the record attempt include UFO Performance Products of North Royalton, Ohio; Smokey Point Cycle Barn of Marysville, Washington; and Aurora Bearing Company of Aurora, Illinois.

                                                                                                                                                                          The current land speed record in the “cyclecar” classification is 121.649 mph over one mile with a flying start, set at Bonneville by racer Bill Chambers on a rear trike in 2011. Salt conditions are expected to be good.

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                                                                                                                                                                            Just wrote this up — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                                                                                                                                                            Just wrote this up

                                                                                                                                                                            Building a motor takes forethought and planning, different parts can't be thrown together and expected to work 100%. First off, what are you building it for? What's your budget? How and where do you ride?

                                                                                                                                                                            First choice is the piston, the popular choices are wiseco and JE. This is where you decide what bore and compression you would like to be at. If you're looking to go mild then a wiseco 10.25-1 is a good choice or the 85mm 10.5-1 JE. If wanting to build a performance motor then look into the 12-1 JE. If the higher compression piston is chosen then at least a half mix of race gas is recommended. The higher your compression, the more you will feel a boost in the lower rpm as the increase in cylinder pressure is what helps get the quad up and moving.

                                                                                                                                                                            Is a port and polish in your budget? A good port will increase flow drastically and will help your motor inhale and exhale. I personally recommend using someone with experience, the proper tools and possibly even numbers to match them up.

                                                                                                                                                                            Next is cams. Did you decide on that port and polish? If not I would look into a cam with a smaller lift as the stock head peaks at .400" of lift. Good cam choices are the hotcam stage 1 and 2 or the web .390. Maybe even the web .413 or mega .415. If you went with a port then I would look into a cam with a larger lift such as the web .413 or mega .415 again or the web .430, web .440 or the mega .450 as the higher the lift will equate to greater flow. Now to match cams with your piston. The larger cams like the web .430, .440 and mega .450 have a higher duration. The higher your duration the longer you can keep that valve way open giving big top end gains but on the downside the more compression bleed off you will have, or a lower "dynamic compression". Now the higher your compression is, the more you feel the power come in the lower rpms. If using a high compression piston, one of the larger cams with greater duration can easily be used as you're starting with a lot of "static compression" giving you sufficient "dynamic compression" even after the slight bleed off. If running one of the lower compression pistons, I would recommend one of the cams with less duration like the web .413 or mega .415. If looking for top end on one of these lower compression pistons, the web .430 or mega .450 cams are recommended as the web .440 just has too much duration with will drop your dynamic compression too low.

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                                                                                                                                                                              Christopher Llave edited a doc in the group: Yamaha Sniper MX 135/150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page). — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                                                                                                                              SOUTHSIDE

                                                                                                                                                                              Odie Perry "ODIE" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC   - PRESIDENTCis Dionisio "JOG" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VACBuluran Bryan  "BLU" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC - PROAlan Dayonan "ALAN" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VACElmer "MARQREGE" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VACChard "CHARD" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC'JENG" -SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC (Wiffey ni Chard)Ramoncito "CHITO" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VACJulius "YANO" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC - TREASURERCarlos G. "ELEKSTI" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VACWency "DARK REBEL" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VACMarlon "LON" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VACPing S. "PINGS28" SOUTHSIDE - BOARDMEMBERMarco "MARCO" SOUTHSIDEEric B. "ERIC B." SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VACChappy "CHAPPY" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC - COORDINATOR ETIVACNestlyn "NESTLYN" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VACRaymund "DNUMYAR" SOUTHSIDEEdsel "EDSEL" SOUTHSIDE - BOARDMEMBERJay M. "JAY" SOUTHSIDE/MKRT (Mang Kanor Racing Team)Adrian A. "YANSKI" SOUTHSIDE/MKRT (Mang Kanor Racing Team) - COORDINATOR MKRTEdwin G. "JON" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs - VICE PRESIDENTPablito "PABLING" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTSJevic A. "JUN" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTsDon P. "JOHN" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs - COORDINATOR - KILABOTSAlex Reyes "ALEX" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTsRaymond Magbual "MOND" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTsFreddie Ibanez "KRUGER" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTsBryan "Bryan" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTsMarc Daven "MAC"   SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTsToffee "TOFFEE" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs"Charlez" - SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs

                                                                                                                                                                              Ronald Logan - "LOGAN" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTsCris M. Madera - sric X- Southside/Ramses Atienza / RAMZ / SouthsideJay-R Santiago / JAY / SouthsideErvin Catagan / Nivre / MKRT / SouthsideChristopher LLave /chris/ southside

                                                                                                                                                                              2CENTS

                                                                                                                                                                              Sai "SAI08" 2CENTS/XXX - COORDINATOR - XXXJoey "JI JOE" 2CENTS/XXXAmigo "BENANS06" 2CENTS/XXXMichael A. "JOMITO" 2CENTS/XXXAl An "THRILL" 2CENTS/XXX - BOARD MEMBERAmbs "AMBS" 2CENTS/XXXThizz "THIZZ" 2CENTS/XXXJeff A. "MIKKA19" 2CENTS/XXXRandy "RANDYBOI06"2CENTS/XXXJimmy "HYDRO" - 2CENTS/XXXLaw "LAW07" 2CENTS/XXXChanzki "CHANZKI" 2CENTS/XXXNiel D "UNHEARD" 2CENTS/XXXEd I. "SUP ED" 2CENTS/XXXRyan "RYAN" 2CENTS/XXXCarie Flores "CARIE"  2CENTS/XXX Alfredo Lopez "LOPEZ" 2CENTS/XXX Marion De Leon "ION" 2CENTS/XXX Kenneth Beltran "LITUS" 2CENTS/XXX Lloyd "LLOYD" - 2CENTS/XXXHernan Cruz "NHAN" 2CENTS/XXXEric Jop "DHARMA" 2CENTS/BRT (Bogmali Racing Team)Ryan R "RYAN46" 2CENTS/BRT (Bogmali Racing Team) - BOARDMEMBERJan A. "JAN" 2CENTS/BRT (Bogmali Racing Team)Eni "ENI" 2CENTS/BRT (Bogmali Racing Team)Criss "CRISS" 2CENTS/BRT (Bogmali Racing Team)Jun Patacsil "ENVEC" 2CENTS/BRT (Bogmali Racing Team)Enemigo "RICHARD" 2CENTS/BRT (Bogmali Racing Team) Ron "RON-12" 2CENTS/BRT (Bogmali Racing Team)Rodin "SALVAJE" 2CENTS/BRT (Bogmali Racing Team)Paolo P. "SHADOW" 2CENTS/BRT (Bogmali Racing Team)Roland Encinarez/ lanceloth/ 2centSuharto talipasan / ART / 2cents

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                                                                                                                                                                                JADWAL SAMSAT KELILING HARI SENIN TANGGAL 04 MARET 2013 — YMJT (YAMAHA MIO JAWA TIMUR)

                                                                                                                                                                                JADWAL SAMSAT KELILING HARI SENIN TANGGAL 04 MARET 2013

                                                                                                                                                                                1. SAMSAT Sidoarjo di simpang 3 Pasar Tulangan jam 08.00 s/d 13.00 WIB

                                                                                                                                                                                2. SAMSAT Gresik di BRI Cerme jam 08.00 s/d selesai

                                                                                                                                                                                3. SAMSAT Mojokerto Kota di Simpang Klenteng Jl Letkol Sumarjo jam 08.00 s/d 12.00 WIB

                                                                                                                                                                                4. SAMSAT Malang Kota di alun-alun Kota jam 09.00 s/d 12.00 WIB

                                                                                                                                                                                5. SAMSAT Malang di Wisata Wendit Kec. Pakis jam 08.00 s/d selesai

                                                                                                                                                                                6. SAMSAT Batu di Pos BATOS jam 08.00 s/d selesai

                                                                                                                                                                                7. SAMSAT Pasuruan di Kec. Winongan jam 08.30 s/d 11.30 WIB dan Kec. Pleret jam 18.00 s/d 20.00 WIB

                                                                                                                                                                                8. SAMSAT Probolinggo di Kec. Patalan jam 08.00 s/d 11.00 WIB

                                                                                                                                                                                9. SAMSAT Jember di depan Kantor Camat Kalisat dan pertigaan Masjid Jombang jam 09.00 s/d 11.00 WIB serta di alun-alun Kota dan depan Matahari Dept Store jam 18.30 s/d 21.00 WIB

                                                                                                                                                                                10. SAMSAT Bondowoso di Kec. Tamanan jam 08.00 s/d selesai

                                                                                                                                                                                11. SAMSAT Lumajang di depan SDN Tukum Tekung jam 08.00 s/d 12.00 WIB dan depan Bank Jatim dan alun-alun kota jam 18.00 s/d 20.00 WIB

                                                                                                                                                                                12. SAMSAT Situbondo di simpang 3 Mimbo Kec. Banyuputih jam 08.00 s/d selesai

                                                                                                                                                                                13. SAMSAT Banyuwangi di Pasar Pedotan Kec. Bangorejo jam 08.00 s/d selesai

                                                                                                                                                                                14. SAMSAT Kediri Kota di Kantor Pos Kota jam 08.00 s/d selesai, Parkiran Unit 8 PT Gudang Garam jam 15.00 s/d selesai dan Bundaran Taman Sekartaji jam 18.00 s/d selesai

                                                                                                                                                                                15. SAMSAT Kediri di Kec. Kepung jam 08.00 s/d selesai

                                                                                                                                                                                16. SAMSAT Nganjuk di Pasar Tanjung Tani jam 08.00 s/d selesai

                                                                                                                                                                                17. SAMSAT Jombang di Kec. Ploso jam 08.00 s/d 14.30 WIB

                                                                                                                                                                                18. SAMSAT Blitar Kota di halaman Swalayan Bentar jam 18.00 s/d 21.00 WIB

                                                                                                                                                                                19. SAMSAT Blitar di Pasar Cangkring Ponggok jam 08.00 s/d selesai

                                                                                                                                                                                20. SAMSAT Trenggalek di Kec. Watulimo jam 08.00 s/d 12.00 WIB

                                                                                                                                                                                21. SAMSAT Madiun Kota di depan dealer Yamaha Cahya Motor Jl. Pahlawan jam 19.00 s/d 21.00 WIB

                                                                                                                                                                                22. SAMSAT Madiun di Pasar Gemarang dan Lapangan Gulung Kec. Wungu jam 08.00 s/d 12.00 WIB serta di depan Pasar Pagotan dan depan dealer Cahaya Motor Kec. Wonoarsi jam 18.00 s/d 20.00 WIB

                                                                                                                                                                                23. SAMSAT Ponorogo di depan Polsek Sawoo jam 08.00 s/d 12.00 WIB

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                                                                                                                                                                                  Bemsee Race School It just gets better — Yamaha Past Masters Racing Forum

                                                                                                                                                                                  Bemsee Race School - It just gets better.........

                                                                                                                                                                                  Now you lot know I am a little excitable about this racing, this club, and you lot in it having the best time you can on and off track, but this weekend proved I'm not the only one!

                                                                                                                                                                                  A big welcome to all the rookies of 2013 in all classes. It was great to see a representation of all the classes we run in the club in the Saturday classroom sessions and what a top bunch of lads and lasses you are.

                                                                                                                                                                                  Sunday was, well, er, em "a test of the skills" in more ways than one and I cannot give enough respect to everyone who was out there going through the paces.

                                                                                                                                                                                  Rookies - You really did show fantastic control, patience and understanding in what the day was all about. Your first real "practice" to get used to the race lessons to be learnt this year and beyond. So impressed you took on board what the instructors said (ok we have some pics of the race starts that might contradict that!!) and had a great day. - The rest of your life starts here!

                                                                                                                                                                                  Instructors - You guys and girls are incredible to keep everyone safe and engaged under your wings in such cold, slippy conditions. You know how much I really appreciate what a wonderful role you play in this club in giving your talent, time and energy back to the sport we love. - Thank you.

                                                                                                                                                                                  Helpers (you know who you are!) - What an amazing bunch. you turned up, you helped out everyone and anyone that needed it in support of the day. The true spirit of the club in the members helping the members. You never let me down with your fantastic "jump in and get it fixed" attitude. - Brilliant

                                                                                                                                                                                  Tech's - Top team in getting the dyno, Tech inspection, NJC Ninja testing and a whole heap of technical niceness to help the rookies out. - Bemsee salute your skills!

                                                                                                                                                                                  Marshal's - You stood out there freezing your jelly babies and huddled around your flasks while we slipped and wobbled around! The Orange Army are incredible and I look forward to coming around to see you all during the season and saying thank you for keeping us safe and calming us down when enthusiasm overtakes talent! - Hope the jelly babies have thawed!

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                                                                                                                                                                                    E. D. Seats Customer Reviews — Yamaha V-Star riders

                                                                                                                                                                                    "E.D. Seats Customer Reviews"

                                                                                                                                                                                    *Took advantage of the nice day yesterday.. I put 120 miles on the bike.

                                                                                                                                                                                    Awesome seat !!! Like sitting in a catchers mitt. you stay right there...

                                                                                                                                                                                    The stock seat when doing stops in traffic. you had to reset yourself from time to time.

                                                                                                                                                                                    Not this one... you stay put. I caught myself a couple times getting ready to wiggle a bit but didn't need to.

                                                                                                                                                                                    120 straight miles.. never got off and my butt never even felt a bit numb.

                                                                                                                                                                                    Even when getting off n walking I didn't have that bow legged arched over feeling...

                                                                                                                                                                                    Think my butt died and went to heaven.

                                                                                                                                                                                    I'd recommend this seat to anyone riding a RoadStar.

                                                                                                                                                                                    Bob

                                                                                                                                                                                    Ravenna, OH 4/12

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                                                                                                                                                                                    *I got my ED standard seat right before the end of the year last year and only got 1 ride in before I put the bike away. I finally got to take a real ride this weekend and put about 150 mikes on the new seat. That is about the time the aches would set in with the stocker, but with the new seat, I felt as good when I parked as when I started. Actually better, I just rode, lol. Can't wait for the OL to try her new seat, but she is more of a fair weather passenger.

                                                                                                                                                                                    Update: The OL got to try out her seat tonight. Just a little 50 mile ride after dinner and not complaining. On the stock pass seat she would have had me stop at about 30 miles so she could walk around. Told me she felt like she could do a couple hours on this one. I can work with that, less looking for places for her to stretch=farther down the road.

                                                                                                                                                                                    Penguin (Roadstar Clinic Forum Name)

                                                                                                                                                                                    Buffalo Ny 4/12

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                                                                                                                                                                                    *Mike, just wanted to tell you, this is the seat I've been looking for. I can finally stretch out & move around on my roadie.The Big Tour & floorboard extenders, = heaven.

                                                                                                                                                                                    Tom

                                                                                                                                                                                    Parma, OH 4/12

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                                                                                                                                                                                    *I just purchased and received the E.D. Standard (solo) and so far so good. I've had it for a week and have put about 200 miles on it. Quality and fit is top notch. Looking forward to an extended trip to really see the benefits.

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                                                                                                                                                                                      Julius Palaganas Palaganas edited a doc in the group: Yamaha Sniper MX 135/150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page). — Yamaha Sniper MX 135 150i Owners (SniperMX Philippines Visitors Page)

                                                                                                                                                                                      SOUTHSIDE

                                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                                      ETIVAC (CAVITE)

                                                                                                                                                                                      Odie Perry "ODIE" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC   - PRESIDENT

                                                                                                                                                                                      Cis Dionisio "JOG" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC

                                                                                                                                                                                      Buluran Bryan  "BLU" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC - PRO

                                                                                                                                                                                      Alan Dayonan "ALAN" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC

                                                                                                                                                                                      Elmer "MARQREGE" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC

                                                                                                                                                                                      Chard "CHARD" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC

                                                                                                                                                                                      'JENG" -SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC (Wiffey ni Chard)

                                                                                                                                                                                      Ramoncito "CHITO" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC

                                                                                                                                                                                      Julius "YANO" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC - TREASURER

                                                                                                                                                                                      Carlos G. "ELEKSTI" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC

                                                                                                                                                                                      Wency "DARK REBEL" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC

                                                                                                                                                                                      Marlon "LON" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC

                                                                                                                                                                                      Edsel "EDSEL" SOUTHSIDE - BOARDMEMBER 

                                                                                                                                                                                      Marco "MARCO" SOUTHSIDE

                                                                                                                                                                                      Eric B. "ERIC B." SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC

                                                                                                                                                                                      Chappy "CHAPPY" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC - COORDINATOR ETIVAC

                                                                                                                                                                                      Nestlyn "NESTLYN" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC

                                                                                                                                                                                      Michael Asuncion "MEGATRON" SOUTHSIDE/ETI_VAC

                                                                                                                                                                                      Cris Madera "sric X" SOUTHSIDE/ETIVAC

                                                                                                                                                                                      Lien B. "LIEN" SOUTHSIDE/ETIVAC 

                                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                                      Mang Kanor Racing Team - MKRT ( Laguna )

                                                                                                                                                                                      Jay M. "JAY" SOUTHSIDE/MKRT (Mang Kanor Racing Team)

                                                                                                                                                                                      Adrian A. "YANSKI" SOUTHSIDE/MKRT (Mang Kanor Racing Team) -COORDINATOR MKRT

                                                                                                                                                                                      Ervin (NIVRE) -(paki edit)

                                                                                                                                                                                      Red LIMIT -(paki edit )

                                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                                      KILABOTs ( Pque, Taguig, Pasay, Las Pinas, Makati)

                                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                                      Edwin G. "JON" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs - VICE PRESIDENT

                                                                                                                                                                                      Pablito "PABLING" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTS

                                                                                                                                                                                      Jevic A. "JUN" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs

                                                                                                                                                                                      Don P. "JOHN" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs - COORDINATOR - KILABOTS

                                                                                                                                                                                      Alex Reyes "ALEX" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs

                                                                                                                                                                                      Raymond Magbual "MOND" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs

                                                                                                                                                                                      Freddie Ibanez "KRUGER" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs

                                                                                                                                                                                      Bryan "Bryan" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs

                                                                                                                                                                                      Marc Daven "MAC"   SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs

                                                                                                                                                                                      Toffee "TOFFEE" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs

                                                                                                                                                                                      "Charlez" - SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs

                                                                                                                                                                                      Ronald Logan - "LOGAN" SOUTHSIDE/KILABOTs 

                                                                                                                                                                                      Raymund "DNUMYAR" SOUTHSIDE

                                                                                                                                                                                      Ping S. "PINGS28" SOUTHSIDE - BOARDMEMBER

                                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                                      2cenTs

                                                                                                                                                                                      XXX (Caloocan, Manila, East Area)

                                                                                                                                                                                      Sai "SAI08" 2CENTS/XXX - COORDINATOR - XXX

                                                                                                                                                                                      Joey "JI JOE" 2CENTS/XXX

                                                                                                                                                                                      Amigo "BENANS06" 2CENTS/XXX

                                                                                                                                                                                      Michael A. "JOMITO" 2CENTS/XXX

                                                                                                                                                                                      Al An "THRILL" 2CENTS/XXX - BOARD MEMBER

                                                                                                                                                                                      Ambs "AMBS" 2CENTS/XXX

                                                                                                                                                                                      Thizz "THIZZ" 2CENTS/XXX

                                                                                                                                                                                      Jeff A. "MIKKA19" 2CENTS/XXX

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                                                                                                                                                                                        Biker s Code — Yamaha FJ 1100 1200 and 1300 sport tourer - LATERAL FRAME CONCEPT

                                                                                                                                                                                        Biker's Code

                                                                                                                                                                                        I ride purely, and only, because it is fun. I ride because I enjoy the

                                                                                                                                                                                        freedom I feel from being exposed to the elements, and the vulnerability

                                                                                                                                                                                        to the danger that is intrinsic to riding. I do not ride because it is

                                                                                                                                                                                        fashionable to do so. I ride my machine, not wear it. My machine is not

                                                                                                                                                                                        a symbol of status. It exists simply for me, and me alone. My machine is

                                                                                                                                                                                        not a toy. It is an extension of my being, and I will treat it

                                                                                                                                                                                        accordingly, with the same respect as I have for myself. I strive to

                                                                                                                                                                                        understand the inner-workings of my machine, from the most basic to the

                                                                                                                                                                                        most complex. I will learn everything I can about my machine, so that I

                                                                                                                                                                                        am reliant upon no one but myself for its health and well-being. I

                                                                                                                                                                                        strive to constantly better my skill of control over my machine. I will

                                                                                                                                                                                        learn its limits, and use my skill to become one with my machine so that

                                                                                                                                                                                        we may keep each other alive. I am the master, it is the servant.

                                                                                                                                                                                        Working together in harmony, we will become an invincible team. I do not

                                                                                                                                                                                        fear death. I will, however, do all possible to avoid death prematurely.

                                                                                                                                                                                        Fear is the enemy, not death. Fear on the highway leads to death,

                                                                                                                                                                                        therefore I will not let fear be my master. I will master it. My

                                                                                                                                                                                        machines will outlive me. Therefore, they are my legacy. I will care for

                                                                                                                                                                                        them for future bikers to cherish as I have cherished them, whoever they

                                                                                                                                                                                        may be. I do not ride to gain attention, respect, or fear from those

                                                                                                                                                                                        that do NOT ride, nor do I wish to intimidate or annoy them. For those

                                                                                                                                                                                        that do not know me, all I wish from them is to ignore me. For those

                                                                                                                                                                                        that desire to know me, I will share with them the truth of myself, so

                                                                                                                                                                                        that they might understand me and not fear others like me. I will never

                                                                                                                                                                                        be the aggressor on the highway. However, should others mess with me,

                                                                                                                                                                                        their aggression will be dealt with in as severe a manner as I can cast

                                                                                                                                                                                        upon them. I will show respect to other bikers more experienced or

                                                                                                                                                                                        knowledgeable than I am. I will learn from them all I can. I will not

                                                                                                                                                                                        show disrespect to other bikers less experienced or knowledgeable than I

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                                                                                                                                                                                          this story is too funny. read on for a good laugh — Yamaha V-Star riders

                                                                                                                                                                                          this story is too funny!! read on for a good laugh...

                                                                                                                                                                                          A bad day to ride a motorcycle...

                                                                                                                                                                                          I never dreamed slowly cruising on my motorcycle through a residential neighborhood could be so incredibly dangerous! Little did I suspect…I was on Brice Street – a very nice neighborhood with perfect lawns and slow traffic. As I passed an oncoming car, a brown furry missile shot out from under it and tumbled to a stop immediately in front of me. It was a squirrel, and must have been trying to run

                                                                                                                                                                                          across the road when it encountered the car.

                                                                                                                                                                                          I really was not going very fast, but there was no time to brake or avoid it – it was that close. I hate to run over animals, and I really hate it on a motorcycle, but a squirrel should pose no danger to me. I barely had time to brace for the impact.

                                                                                                                                                                                          Animal lovers, never fear. Squirrels, I discovered, can take care of themselves!

                                                                                                                                                                                          Inches before impact, the squirrel flipped to its feet. He was standing on his hind legs and facing the V-star with steadfast resolve in his little beady eyes. His mouth opened, and at the last possible second, he screamed and leapt! I am pretty sure the scream was squirrel for "Bonsai!" or maybe "Die you gravy-sucking heathen scum!" The leap was nothing short of spectacular…..as he shot straight up, flew over my headlight, and impacted me squarely in the chest.

                                                                                                                                                                                          Instantly, he threw down on me. If I did not know any better, I would've thought he brought 20 of his little buddies along for the attack. Snarling, hissing, and tearing at my clothes, he was a frenzy of activity. As I was dressed only in a light t-shirt, summer riding gloves, and jeans this was a bit of a cause for concern. This furry little tornado was doing some damage! Picture a large man on a huge black and chrome cruiser, dressed in jeans, a t-shirt, and leather gloves puttering at maybe 25 mph down a quiet residential street, and in the fight of his life with a squirrel. And losing…

                                                                                                                                                                                          I grabbed for him with my left hand. After a few misses, I finally managed to snag his tail. With all my strength, I flung the evil rodent off to the left of the bike, almost running into the right curb as I recoiled from the throw.

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                                                                                                                                                                                            BikerS. FOR — Yamaha V-Star riders

                                                                                                                                                                                            BikerS :::: .. :::: .... FOR

                                                                                                                                                                                            Once all the bikers had a common thread, unspoken code of ethics and behavior that transcended words, which was based on the proceedings.

                                                                                                                                                                                            Never written a book with bikerS Code of Conduct and have never, ... there was a need for it.

                                                                                                                                                                                            But times are changing and it seems to come to some new riders.

                                                                                                                                                                                            Today when you see a motorcyclist in racing, is likely to be short-sleeved shirt, shorts and into some kind of sneakers on his feet.

                                                                                                                                                                                            The biker najgrubljeg, firmest seems beside which you will be stopped is probably a doctor or a lawyer and it is possible to wear a Rolex and all under the skin.

                                                                                                                                                                                            There is nothing wrong with that, until these new riders know the code that created old-timers.

                                                                                                                                                                                            Being a biker is meant to have enough creativity and convert the crate, using only the innovation and inspiration, the 'exclusive machine that attracts attention, and then risk his own life on the asphalt rushing to the fairy tale that you created yourself with pride.

                                                                                                                                                                                            Bikers wore leather and were fat because they know that the wicked run over by class of business, so they had to look scary.

                                                                                                                                                                                            We were kind of facing yourself, no unions, no group that supports us, in many cases without a family.

                                                                                                                                                                                            We had to succeed in their own world, against all rules, against mainstream society, and against all odds for success.

                                                                                                                                                                                            We survived and evolved due Bajkerskog Code and we never endured niotkoga shit.

                                                                                                                                                                                            The older that teach the younger.

                                                                                                                                                                                            With this in mind, we give you the basic rules of conduct on two wheels.

                                                                                                                                                                                            Take care, brothers and sisters, because our case is filled with sacred honor and loyalty, the way it has not been seen since the time of knights:

                                                                                                                                                                                            Not tolerate shit!

                                                                                                                                                                                            Be kind to women, children and animals, but does not tolerate bullshit. This is the most important requirement if you want to call a biker. This is related to respect and honor. Any fool can be a thin nerves. Be cool, take a stand and let your deeds follow what you say.

                                                                                                                                                                                            NEVER lie, cheat and steal!

                                                                                                                                                                                            Another way to say this is always telling the truth. Bikers are always dirty and greasy bad guys in movies, but every real biker knows that his word commits. Your word is the only thing in this world that belongs to you 100%. Keep it with caution and be generous, because you are a true knight of the road.

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                                                                                                                                                                                              Bike Week 2010 — Yamaha V-Max

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                                                                                                                                                                                              Bike Week 2010

                                                                                                                                                                                              Howdy VMaxers...

                                                                                                                                                                                              Once again it is time for Bike Week V-4 style.

                                                                                                                                                                                              I have scheduled a few events for us all to gather at and have some good times together. As you can see from the schedule, there is plenty of time to see the sights and do all kinds of activities along with our VMOA activities.

                                                                                                                                                                                              So no excuses! This is the 25th Anniversary of the VMax so this should be a memorable year. Stop by and join us at one or all of our events.

                                                                                                                                                                                              As always your riding buddies are welcome to join us as well as your significant others, no matter what two wheels they ride on. So come and have some fun with us.

                                                                                                                                                                                              I have a standing challenge with Kelvin that we can get more people at Bike Week than Thunder This year. So come be a part of it!!!

                                                                                                                                                                                              A few of us have already made plans to camp at the Holiday Co-Op Travel Park for the week. So come join us if your man/woman enough for the camping experience.

                                                                                                                                                                                              I have stayed at this campground for the past 3 events and they have always treated me as though they appreciate me staying there. They have clean hot showers and a hot breakfast every mourning. So come join in the fun around the campfiirrrr!

                                                                                                                                                                                              http://www.holidaytravelparkco-op.com/index.html

                                                                                                                                                                                              Unfortunately I was not able to devote the time to finding a hotel for everyone to gather at this year. Daytona has way too many hotels with varying reputations to pick from.

                                                                                                                                                                                              My best recommendation is to use priceline.com to find the best deal on finding a room your comfortable staying in. Me I’m just too picky and need a really clean room that is well maintained. Plus I can stay all week at the campground for less than one night in a hotel.

                                                                                                                                                                                              I’ll do my best to start earlier next year and set aside a block of rooms for people that want to stay in a hotel next year. But first I need to find one that isn’t too far out and is a decent deal that everyone who wants to can stay at.

                                                                                                                                                                                              Please feel free to contact me for any info or questions.

                                                                                                                                                                                              Robert Cummings,

                                                                                                                                                                                              VMOA Southeast Regional Director

                                                                                                                                                                                              407-616-3241

                                                                                                                                                                                              rac82_2000@yahoo .com

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