1 Full Throttle ADVANCE Challenge Preparation – the MiniGP


There are only five more days before we get to see the 1 Full Throttle ADVANCE Challenge in Elite Speedway PLUS on 3rd May 2015. The message that we want to send to all riders is to “Keep Racing Off Public Streets, Street Racing Is Not Motorsports”.


We also want to give a chance for our rider to get the track experience by making the fee as minimum as possible. You can have your bike on the Elite track as low as RM50 for a track experience. It doesn’t matter what bike you have; Suzuki Best, Yamaha 110SS, Honda Raider, Modenas Kriss or even Kawasaki ZX10R. You can bring your bike to enter our Open Track Day, which happens for each race break. Mind you, Open Track Day is just a track experience using your own bike and it is not a race. 


You can also have a chance to try the MiniGP bike as pictured here for a fee of RM50 for 10 laps. For this one, we have a limited slot for only 15 riders. MiniGP is a great training bike for a newbie since it have a small engine of 150cc. It is also good enough for advance rider since it set up in riding position that follows the racing bike setup.


We at MotoMalaya.net are very excited to see the preparation of the 1 Full Throttle Advance Challenge is almost done. We can see this MiniGP bike with the livery for the event.


When it is done, it should be looking like the rendering above.

Kayo MiniGP Specs:

Engine: Single-cylinder 4-stroke 150cc

Max. power: 8.1kW(10.86hp) at 7,700RPM

Torque: 11.2Nm at 5,700RPM

Wheelbase: 1,074mm

Seat height: 666mm

Ground clearance: 123mm

Dry weight: 85kg

Front suspension: Upside-Down fork, 100mm travel

Rear suspension: Monoshock, 35mm travel

Brakes: Front and Rear Disc brake

Fuel Capacity: 10 liters



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