This is not a review yet, just a post of random pictures of Shinko Evo Sr877 tyre fitted to my Lagenda 115ZR. Looks great. Sands are easily stick to the tyre (I think because of the medium-soft compound), which is a good thing. The tread pattern is quite exclusive since Shinko tyres are hard to find.
The retail price for SR877 Evo is between RM118~RM188, depending on the sizes.
Another great read from the Yamaha Lagenda 115Z/ZR Sales Guide brochure which include a lot of information about the how the Lagenda 115Z/ZR is born. Many aspect of the bike is being explained like the meter cluster design which is taken from the Leather & Metal interior design of supercar. This might seems over the top, but, it is a risk Yamaha has take to make their bike the best looking in its class.
This review has been long due. I actually need to update my previous review when my bike reach 1,000km, but it is now at 1,406km. Many readers has asked to update the review after they have read my first review, so, here goes. Let me get this review done first by reviewing some problems that I have encountered with this bike all along. Continue reading “My Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR 55-1406km Review”
I have installed CJ Ipoh SRL115M exhaust pipe to my Lagenda 115ZR.
On the first thought, I guess I need to remove the coverset to take apart the stock exhaust pipe. But on further inspection, it doesn’t have to be removed. The exhaust installation is easy. You just need one 10mm spanner and two 12mm spanner for it. Don’t forget to get the exhaust gasket too (a.k.a packing).
The stock side mirror that comes with the bike is very high and have long neck. It must be replaced with a shorter and lower side mirror.
On my visit to Storm Bikers, Shah Alam, I found this Kuni foldable side mirror on sale at only RM12.
Even though the side mirror is foldable, I didn’t fold it because I do use the side mirror to look behind me especially on high speed. Many bikers like to remove their side mirror so that they bike look nice, but you should know that you might get fined by the JPJ or traffic police. At least you need to have one side mirror on the right side of your bike to be road legal.
Bore x Stroke 50.0 x 55.6mm
Compression Ratio 9.0:1 Maximum Horse Power 6.22kW/7500rpm*
Maximum Torque 8.59Nm /5500rpm*
Engine start: Electric starter / kick
Electric starter / kick
Wheel : Alloy cast sport rim
Alloy cast sport rim
Fuel Tank: 4.2 liter*
Price: RM5,504.25 OTR (third-party all rider)
RM5,434.13 OTR (third-party all rider)*
*Green bold text means it is better than the other one.
First of all, let me tell you that I’m one of the happy owner of Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR. I like to do this comparison between Honda Wave 11oRS and Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR due to it similarity in features and price range. I’ll divide this comparison into 3 important part that is features, performance and fuel efficiency. Read on! Continue reading “Honda Wave 110RS vs Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR”