Burn Your Y125Z exhaust to clear the carbon deposits

May 15th, 2012 10:13 am by


In Malaysia, we have a method to clear up the carbon deposits that clogged the exhaust pipe of 2-stroke bikes. The exhausts in the picture is the one for Yamaha 125Z. This method works but need to be done properly. So far, the exhaust works better after the burning and none of the parts inside the exhaust fall out. The sound is noticebly crispier and more ‘ting… ting..’.

Via: Malaysian 125Z Community

Spyshot: 2012 Yamaha FZ150i – just a minor update not all new version

May 14th, 2012 8:53 am by

MM reader, Pengecat Bintang, has posted on MM FB fan page a link about this 2012 Yamaha FZ150i that is going to be released soon. It is just minor update but a good one at that. The FZ now features ‘sampan’ or belly pan which provide better aerodynamic, better protection to the engine and makes the bike looks good.   Read the rest of this entry »

Modified Honda C70 in Greece by drag speed house

May 14th, 2012 8:27 am by

The Greek bikers do love their Honda a lot. In this case, we can see a proper and clean execution of the modified Honda C70 with lots of chrome parts. There is the chrome swing arm, chrome exhaust, chrome front suspension and nice polished shiny engine case. Good job guys!

via: drag speed house FB Page

2012 Yamaha FZ150i is coming soon

May 12th, 2012 7:45 pm by

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BLH Motor has again update us with the new bike news in their FB page. This time it is 2012 Yamaha FZ150i. Given the proven track record of new bike launches of BLH Motor, I think bike is going to be released in 1-2 months time. The question is whether this a facelift update or an all new version of the popular FZ.

Note: the picture is the old FZ, but being inverse coloured.

Via: BLH Motor FB page

Big Valve Head Comp. for Yamaha 135LC and Lagenda 110 – RM600 to RM650

May 11th, 2012 7:09 pm by

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Masterbikers has update their FB page with this original parts from Thailand. The parts is for Yamaha 135LC and Lagenda 110 that comes in two sizes.
For the Yamaha 135LC, you can choose between 22-20mm (intake, exhaust) for RM600 and 24-22 for RM650.
For the Yamaha Lagenda 110, you can choose a larger valve size that is 28-24 for RM600 and another at 31-27 for RM650.
To buy it, just email to masterbikers@gmail.com. Tell them you know it from here!