Another Pic of 2011 Yamaha 135LC GP Edition: (Almost) Full Side View!

2011 Yamaha 135LC GP Edition

The details of the 2011 Yamaha 135LC GP Edition are now getting clearer now. We can see that the exhaust protector are painted black. The wheel lining is now in blue colour, the previous ‘normal’ edition of ES are painted in red. The rear foot peg bracket are painted black, which is previously red.

Desirable. Purely desirable.

Very big thanks to Hasni Fitri for the pic!

3 Pictures of 2011 Yamaha 135LC GP Edition

2011 Yamaha 135LC GP Edition

As the title suggests, I only got 3 pictures of this exclusive 2011 Yamaha 135LC GP Edition that is made to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Yamaha in World GP. This is limited edition bike.

If you can see closely on the pictures, it seems that the exhaust cover is painted black. The 50th Anniversary logo on the front mudguard are nice. There are one more logo on the right side of the bike coverset. In general, this limited edition bike just look d**n nice!

Sample of Yamaha 50th Anniversary Logo on YZF-R1

I have been searching on the net and few shops for this bike, but it is still not available. Some dealers are saying that they are going to get the limited edition bike in few more weeks.

Very big thanks to Anas Azizan who send me the link of the pics.

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Original Boyesen Dual Stage Power Reeds for Yamaha Y125Z

I like to read the statement from the package of this Boyesen Dual Stage Power Reeds.

“The Best Power Increase for Your Money”

“Components Engineered to Increase Performance”

“Leading Edge Performance”

“The Gatekeepers of Power”

“Performance Guaranteed!”

Do you believe all the claims?

I know I do.

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2012 Ducati Streetfighter 848

2012 Ducati Streetfighter 848

It looks brutal and dangerous. It looks like it ready to fight on the street. Aggressive styling and naked looks make it desirable enough for riders in search for good middleweight street bike.

Ducati confirm their 2012 Streetfighter 848 with the first officially released images of the brand new model set to add everyday accessibility to the Italian manufacturer’s famous naked sport bike family.

Combining a new and brilliantly engineered 848 Testastretta 11° engine with the enhanced geometry of a chassis that provides confidence-inspiring agility, the Streetfighter 848 has enriched its user-friendliness with a smooth and flexible power delivery, revised ergonomics and Ducati Traction Control.

The Ducati Streetfighter scored a round one knock-out when it entered the ring for the first time at the Milan show back in November 2008, winning the ‘Most Beautiful Bike’ award and raising the bar for extreme nakeds. Its asphalt-ripping reputation became the desire of sport naked connoisseurs throughout the world and the Streetfighter 848 will now widen that appeal even further with enhanced usability.

Available from November 2011 onwards, the new fighter is dressed in red for Ducati traditionalists, while yellow makes a return for mid-range purists and “dark stealth” provides a matte-black reminder of the Streetfighter’s aggressive image.

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