Yamaha LC 135 50 Years Anniversary Coverset

Yamaha LC 135 50 Years Anniversary Coverset Side View. Original footrest has been removed and replaced with Yamaha racing footrest. Front disc brake has been upgraded to bigger disc. Fork also has been replaced with LC 135 Trust inverted telescopic fork (fork terbalik / upside down fork). The caliper used is still one-piston kit from…

2006 FIM Racing Highlight Video

Tahun 2006 merupakan tahun terakhir dimana motosikal 2 lejang dibenarkan untuk bertanding dalam FIM Cub Prix Racing ini. Setelah itu, undang-undang telah menetapkan kenderaan 2 lejang tidak dibenarkan diimpot atau dibuat lagi untuk pasaran Malaysia. Namun begitu, model sedia ada seperti Yamaha RX-Z dan Yamaha 125Z masih lagi dibenarkan untuk dijual dan pengenalan pada model…

Nuovo, Click, Step or Ego?

Saya telah ternampak motor ini di Kelantan semasa saya sedang mengisi minyak motor EX-5 saya. Jika anda perhatikan pada nombor plet motor ini, anda akan dapati nombor pendaftarannya tertulis NARATHIWAT. Jadi, ini adalah motosikal daripada Thailand. Saya tidak dapat memastikan model motor ini. Namun begitu, ia begitu mirip dengan Yamaha Nuovo. Ada sesiapa boleh bantu?

Top 5 Reasons Why I Like Yamaha RX-Z

This is my reasons:5. The bike design is evergreen and always fresh.4. RX-Z is always related to power, speed, young and egoism.3. RX-Z is not everyday bike to go to market buy fishes and vegetables. There is no ‘bakul’, man!2. The sound of the bike can be modified to my liking whether it is loud…

Poll Result: What is your favourite type of engine(s)?

2-stroke 34 (61%)4-stroke 18 (32%)both, the more the merrier 2 (3%)none, i don’t like engines 1 (1%)Votes received: 55 It seems that many chose 2-stroke as their favourite engine. This maybe due to 2-stroke have simpler design, lighter weight and more power. Some also chose 4-stroke engine. Honda EX5, Yamaha Lagenda and Yamaha LC135 belong…

Arrow Racing Chamber + Muffler for 125Z/R

Why do you need to use racing chamber exhaust? The basic idea behind an expansion chamber is to use the momentum and pressure of the exhaust gases to create a pump that squeezes more air and fuel into the cylinder during the intake stroke. It does the same sort of thing that a turbocharger does,…