Honda Wave 110RS vs Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR

2010 Honda Wave 110 RS
Honda Wave 110 RS

VS

Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR
Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR
Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR Honda Wave 110RS
Bore × stroke 50×57.9mm*
Displacement 113.7cc*
Compression ratio 9.3:1
*
Max. output 6.0 kW/7500r/min
Max. torque 8.3 N.m/5500 r/min
Bore x Stroke 50.0 x 55.6mm
Displacement 109.1cc
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* 3.7 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”

Faito 3mm Jack-up Crankshaft for Yamaha 135LC, Lagenda 110, Modenas Kriss, Honda EX5, Wave, Wave 125

Faito 3mm Jack-up Crankshaft for Yamaha 135LC, Lagenda 110, Modenas Kriss, Honda EX5, Wave, Wave 125

Crankshaft jack-up is better than crank pin jack-up because crank pin is made from 3 pieces that is being welded together.

Faito crankshaft jack-up have the same properties of crank pin jack -up but the durability is the same like the OEM parts since the installation only change the TDC and BDC for 3mm. The offset 3mm is achieved by altering the stroke dimension right at the crankshaft itself.

The benefit of having longer stroke is that we can have bigger displacement for our bike and also better torque since, long stroke is related to better torque. Anyway, this will make the bike is not high-revving engine since high-revving engine usually have short stroke.

One more picture after the jump Continue reading “Faito 3mm Jack-up Crankshaft for Yamaha 135LC, Lagenda 110, Modenas Kriss, Honda EX5, Wave, Wave 125”

Yamaha Malaysia ‘Dunia Moped’ (World of Moped) 2009 Brochure

Yamaha 'Dunia Moped' 2009 Brochure

Waiting for ‘Dunia Moped’ 2010 brochure from Yamaha Malaysia. Two more pictures after the jump. Continue reading “Yamaha Malaysia ‘Dunia Moped’ (World of Moped) 2009 Brochure”

2010 Yamaha Lagenda 115Z/ZR Malaysia Brochure

2010 Yamaha Lagenda 115Z/ZR Malaysia Brochure

You can browse to official Yamaha Motor Malaysia at http://www.yamaha-motor.com.my to download the brochure. It is a good read. Get it now! Continue reading “2010 Yamaha Lagenda 115Z/ZR Malaysia Brochure”

2010 Yamaha Lagenda 115Z and 115ZR Malaysia Wallpaper

2010 Yamaha Lagenda 115Z Wallpaper

2010 Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR Wallpaper



For more info: http://www.yamaha-motor.com.my/lagenda115

2010 Yamaha Lagenda 115Z/ZR Malaysia Technical Specification

2010 Yamaha Lagenda 115Z

SPECIFICATIONS

Engine type Air-cooled 4-stroke ,SOHC, 2-valve
Cylinders Single cylinder
Displacement 113.7 cm3
Bore × stroke 50×57.9mm
Compression ratio 9.3:1
Max. output 6.0 kW/7500r/min
Max. torque 8.3 N.m/5500 r/min
Starter Electric starter and kick starter
Lubrication Wet sump
Transmission oil volume 1.0 L
Fuel tank volume 4.2 L
Carburetion VM 17
Ignition C.D.I.

Transmission Continue reading “2010 Yamaha Lagenda 115Z/ZR Malaysia Technical Specification”

2010 Yamaha Lagenda 115Z and 115ZR in Malaysia!

2010 Yamaha Lagenda 115Z

2010 Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR

Finally, riders in Malaysia got to have their hands (feet?) on the new bike that just recently launched in Indonesia as Yamaha Jupiter Z 115 and in Thailand as Yamaha Vega Force. This new Lagenda really attracts my attention as it features unconventional head and taillight design. Also the displacement has been updated from 110cc to 115cc, which means more torque and more power. Fuel tank also increased to 4.2L. It also gets an under seat compartment at 7.0 liter of volume.
In terms of design, Yamaha said that this bike is one the most stylish bike they ever designed(I’ve forgot where I have read this, so I can’t provide a link). I agree with them. In pictures, it look beautiful and nice, but when you see it at the motorcycle shop, Yamaha Lagenda 115Z really sets it par high enough that makes other bikes seems so outdated. I have went to a workshop and see many models of bikes from many brands lined up for display, and my eyes really attracted to Yamaha Lagenda 115Z design. The fairing is very projected forward and the lamp cluster looks like an updated version of Yamaha 135LC lamp cluster.
The quality of the parts and workmanship from Yamaha for this Lagenda 115Z is as always more than what we can expect. Every original parts seems well fitted together and the original colour painted to the coversets are really glossy and high in quality. This maybe to due to Yamaha experience in making precision equipment for music component in their early days before they started making motorcycles. There are all together 7 lamps for the front lamp  which can increase the safety for the rider since the bike is easily visible by oncoming vehicles. Also, the front lamp cluster make this Lagenda 115z looks like superbike when we see the light from far, which is also an addition to safety.
Yamaha really have made a very good decision to introduce this bike to Malaysia market along with The Boss (Yamaha RX-Z), King of Moped (Yamaha 135LC), Yamaha 125Z, Yamaha Lagenda 110z, Yamaha Nouvo LC and many more that are the leader in their own category. For example, Yamaha RX-Z and Yamaha 135LC are still having no contender whatsoever from any other manufacturer, so they are the leader. Another example is Yamaha Ego S, it is the number one best seller scooter or automatic bikes in Malaysia due to its cheap price, low maintainance, cute design, easy to handle, good pickup, easy to modified, easy to find spare parts and have a great impression among the riders as it is from Yamaha for its high quality.
Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR features a new addition to bike accessory like underseat compartment light. The sport rim is now in colour blue and I expect many owners of previous Lagenda 110ZR will start colouring their wheels too.
One question remains, is this Yamaha Lagenda 115Z a good buy? For me, the answer is definitely YES. With the money that you have, just spend it on this bike if you are on the market for new bike. Owning a Yamaha is like owning a legend and owning a Lagenda 115Z makes that meaning comes true.
Me myself have used (some already sold) 2 Yamaha RX-Z, 1 Yamaha 125Z, 1 Honda C70, 1 Honda iCon and 1 Modenas CT110, but my best experience is with the Yamaha. The second best is with Honda. This is my opinion, so your opinions might differ.
Why is Yamaha the best to own? I don’t how to explain this, but I just feel that Yamaha makes a bike that care for its owner. Sounds weird? I think so too.

Price is about RM4,599 (Lagenda 115Z) and RM5,260 (Lagenda ZR) not including tax, insurance etc.

Price on the road is RM4,876.15 for Lagenda 115Z (Kick) and RM5,189.60 for Lagenda 115Z (Electric Starter). While Lagenda 115ZR on the road price is RM5,504.25.

UPDATE (20/09/2010): I just bought Yamaha Lagenda 115ZR! Read my review here