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FG511: Racing Boy Forged Rim – RM2,680

Monday, October 11th, 2010

FG511: Racing Boy Forged Rim

Racing Boy Forged Rim

For now this forged wheel is only available for Yamaha Y125Z. Forged wheel are better than cast wheel in many aspects. The most important aspect is in its lightness and strength. Usually forged wheel are only available for superbike, but now Racing Boy has make the important step to made this available to underbone riders.

The price for this forged wheel are absolutely more expensive than the cast alloy wheel that Racing Boy already offer in its wheel lineup.

Look for the comparison table below (more…)

X1R Up Side Down Fork for Yamaha 135LC

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

X1R Up Side Down Fork for Yamaha 135LC

Available now and much more reliable than the previous version and brands.

Available for sale here

2 more pictures after the jump. (more…)

Original Yamaha X1R Swing Arm from Thailand

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

Yamaha X1R Swing Arm

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

X1R: The Another Version of Yamaha LC135

Thursday, November 20th, 2008
Yamaha X1R Thailand Black

Yamaha X1R Thailand Blue

Yamaha X1R Thailand Yellow Showroom Bike

Yamaha X1R Front Head Lamp

Yamaha X1R Rear Lamp

Yamaha X1R Thailand version of Yamaha LC135 is a very special model. It has front and rear brake disc whereby most of the other version only has front disc brake such as Yamaha Sniper (Bermuda) and T135(Europe).
The design of the bike is also very different when compared all of the other version of the LC135. It look much more naked, meaner and more manly. The rear lamp is designed well to suit the overall radical look presented by the absence of front head lamp on the head cover. The front head lamp is being replaced to lower position that is on the fairing. This remind me the look of new Nuovo that is Nuovo LC. It is good design and I think a lot of Yamaha LC135 like to have their bike to resemble this look.
Yamaha X1R also have another version in Thailand that is Yamaha Spark 135i, and as the name suggest it is being equipped with fuel injection.
For those who are looking to convert their bike to resemble X1R, read the post here.
For Yamaha LC135 Rear Brake Disc Conversion, read it here.