Yamaha 125ZR untuk 2016 kini hadir dengan satu lagi pilihan warna baru iaitu kuning. Ramai mengatakan warna ini sesuai dipanggil sebagai Kuning Diraja (Royal Yellow). Kehadiran Yamaha 125ZR dengan warna kuning ini memberikan nafas baru kepada motosikal berstatus lagenda ini yang telah dikeluarkan sejak dari 1999 hingga kini. Kiranya, sudah hampir 17 tahun peminat 2-lejang di Malaysia dapat menikmati jentera yang sangat menarik ini. Seperti yang saya pernah katakan sebelum ini, Yamaha 125ZR adalah salah satu motosikal yang menghampiri kesempurnaan; laju, praktikal dan menarik (dari segi rekaan). Selain itu, Yamaha 125ZR juga lebih murah jika dibandingkan dengan Y15ZR yang juga fokus kepada prestasi.
Kini hanya 3 warna ada dalam pilihan iaitu Merah, Biru Edisi GP dan Kuning. Warna hitam sudah tiada dalam pengeluaran.
After Mr. Thanawi sent me the SMS about the availability of the 2012 Y125ZR, BLH Motor has uploaded new images of the 2012 Y125ZR in their FB fan page and shows that they have ready stock of the bike. I also have called GTMax and they also confirmed that the bike is already at their shop. So, I think this means that the bike is also available at the shop near you (not sure if you are in Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan). So, check it out at the shop soonest! Check out more pictures right now, no need to check after the jump!
Price is about RM7500-RM7900 OTR including 1st party all rider insurance and road tax depends on the shop. (Translation: Harga Yamaha 125ZR biru adalah RM7500-RM7900 atas jalan termasuk 1st party all-rider insurans dan cukai jalan)
Check more pictures on BLH Motor FB page here: https://www.facebook.com/BLHMotor
BLH Motor has posted in their FB page that they are going to get the stock for Yamaha Y125ZR in blue colour soon. Previously, I was notified by rumors that Y125ZR is going to be discontinued after the launched Ego LC, but luckily all that was pure rumors. There is no plan yet from HLYM to stop the production of the one of their big seller item. Continue reading “2012 Yamaha Y125ZR in Blue is Coming Soon”
We have seen the spyshot earlier. This is one more picture with better resolution. Looks like it is in display. Don’t know where this is. Hope to see this soon at GTMax Motors so I can snap lots of pictures and know the price.
Stroker pin provides longer stroke for your bike from the original bore at 53.8mm and stroke at 54.7mm. This 1.5mm stroker pin will raise the stroke to 56.2mm. Longer stroke are said to provides higher torque that gives better pick-up.
I have bought this for my friend. He said that this item is good for pickup and top speed of Y125Z. I’ve done some searching and found great explaination by Moto Tassinari itself.
Quote taken from www.moto-tassinari.com :
The Moto Tassinari VForce3 reed valve system is often times the number one choice of users looking to improve the performance of their machine. It’s a true “bolt-on” performance modification. If you’ve ever checked your reed petals for wear (which you should be doing once a year) than you can install a VForce3 Reed Valve System.
The VForce3 Reed Valve System incorporates features you won’t find with other system on the market. With such features as twice the reed tip surface, radius cage surface, snap-together construction, proprietary carbon fiber recipes and more. By doubling the reed tip surface the petals now only need to open half as far to have the same flow as a stock style cage. This is a significant advantage when you factor in that a reed petal opens and closes 133 times per second at 8,000 rpm. The petals are only traveling half the distance of a stock style cage, so now fatigue to the petal has been greatly reduced, increasing petal life. This design also enables the valve to drastically improve the entire powerband with a significant boost in the bottom and mid. Instant throttle response is an understatement! The petals now sit on a radius surface to create a “pre-loading” effect that improves an already snappy acceleration. Our new cage design now allows the reed petal tips to be recessed into the cage itself. This allows for a cushioning of the reed tips and also discourages the possibility of any back-flow.