Archive for the ‘modenas parts’ Category

Modenas CT110 Cub Prix Racing Modified Bike For Sale

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Quote from the sales page:

Racing Bike For SALE..!!!
Ex-Cilik Caviaga Racing Team
Modenas CT110
2 Units Available
Podium Bike

RM8,500 Each
(Bought from Modenas at RM19,000 per Unit)
Not a Sponsored Bike
Modenas Develop and Sell it to Racing Team
Highly Negotiable

One more picture and link to sales page after the jump (more…)

Racing Boy Racing Footrest Collections

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

Yamaha Y125Z Racing Footrest

I just compiled this in one page as an easy reference for me to look for it later.

Quote from RB FB page:

Get a better grip for your feet by using Racing Boy’s footrest kit, not only while riding on road but also while speeding on track. It is fully made from high quality and anti rust alloy and attached with foldable alloy foot peg. The footrest kit is designed and manufactured to make sure that the riders attain the finest riding position to achieve a better control of the bike even on an uneven road. You may find various type of footrest kit at Racing Boy to fit a variety of motorbike.

19 more pictures after the jump (more…)

YSS Suspension Catalogue for Yamaha, Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki and Modenas Moped

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

YSS Suspension Catalogue

YSS is a great suspension brand from Thailand and has been proven in many races such as Malaysian Cub Prix.

2 more pages after the jump (more…)

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

Monday, September 20th, 2010

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 (more…)

Cat-1 Modenas GT128 Racing CDI

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

Cat-1 Modenas GT128 Racing CDI

Here is the description (and 2 more pictures): (more…)