It is good to know that when your story appear in popular publication, but it is frustrating when you get no credit, no mention, link back or any appreciation. This happens to MotoMalaya.net pictures and story that appears on dapurpacu.com.
I don’t care if you want to use some pictures or story from MotoMalaya.net, but at least, you should link back to MotoMalaya back. Better if you email me, so, I know that my pictures and story are going to appear there. So, if you are reading this, please at least put a link back or even just give a credit where do you get the pictures from.
I have good relationship with Indonesian blogger like bro Lingga from Asmarantaka blog, which is one of the good blog there. He never forget to mention or link back to my blog whenever he posted about a post from MotoMalaya.net (thanks bro! I know you are reading this.)
Let just make the cyberspace a better place to share our passion for motorcycle.
Here the link: http://www.dapurpacu.com/yamaha-135lc-gp-edition-jupiter-mx-special-edition-versi-malaysia/
The new MV Agusta F4 R 2012 has been designed to offer clients a superbike with extreme performance. The key feature of the F4 R is, in fact, the new “Corsa Corta” engine capable of extraordinary performance and already employed on the F4 RR, the top of the MV Agusta superbike range.
The new 4 cylinder inline with radial valves is the pulsing heart of the MV Agusta F4 R. The thermodynamics have been completely redesigned, starting from the new low inertia crankshaft which makes it possible to use a super over-square bore and stroke ratio. In this way, the MV F4 R is capable of reaching rpm worthy of a pure racing motorcycle. The engine capacity of 998cc has been obtained by using a bore of 79 mm and a stroke of only 50.9 mm. In this way it is possible to achieve an extremely high 13700 rpm rev limit while at the same time lowering the linear velocity of the piston from 24.9 m/s to 23 m/s improving reliability. Continue reading “The MV Agusta F4 R Corsa Corta Has Arrived”
2012 Kawasaki Ninja 150RR are said to follow the look of its bigger 4-stroke 250cc brother the Ninja 250R. Based on the spyshot from TMCBlog in Indonesia, it looks that this one is ready for production anytime soon.
This Ninja 150RR really looks nice with this new styling. Looks modern and beautiful.