By: Anonymous: Sigit ()  Thursday, 25 June 2009 @ 11:36 PM ICT (Read 10371 times)  

Hi all,

I am visiting Bangkok shortly...before i come can somebody help me where should i go if i wanna find the accessories for ninja 250? will be staying i Siam area

This trip wwould be my first visit in Bangkok...i dont know the area.

Your advise will be much appriciate it

Regards
Sigit

By: news (offline)  Saturday, 27 June 2009 @ 07:31 AM ICT  

Hello Sigit,

Can you give us a bit more details, if I hear "accessories" I can think of many products, can you give a few examples?

I not know the Siam area, did you mean Siam Square?

   

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By: Anonymous: Sigit ()  Monday, 29 June 2009 @ 10:32 AM ICT  

Quote by: news

Hello Sigit,

Can you give us a bit more details, if I hear "accessories" I can think of many products, can you give a few examples?

I not know the Siam area, did you mean Siam Square?



Hello Mod

thanks for reply the message...

by 'accessoriess' I meant like ; exhaust, acing paddle, jacket, helmet, ect...

Yes I did mean Siam area...but plan has changed I stay on the pratunam

Thanks

By: Richard (offline)  Monday, 29 June 2009 @ 04:21 PM ICT  
   

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By: Anonymous: sigit ()  Monday, 29 June 2009 @ 04:52 PM ICT  

thanks richard..

Do u know where i can get it in bangkok..n if u know the price that would be great?

I am looking the shops near pratunam area..

Thank u guys for helping me..really appriciate it..

By: Nun (offline)  Tuesday, 30 June 2009 @ 05:48 AM ICT  

YSS Thailand also has two after-market rear shocks available.

The first, the MX366-320TRC-13, has a seperated gas reservoir. The second YSS rear shock is the MZ366-320TR-13, which uses gas emulsion.

   

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By: Anonymous: Koy ()  Tuesday, 30 June 2009 @ 09:26 AM ICT  

I bought a set of frame-sliders/fairing protection for the Kawasaki Ninja 250R from a company called Club 517 Superbike for 2,700 Baht. First I had the idea that they where expensive, this was until my bike went to the ground and I was happy I had only a few scratches and the bike had nothing serious...

By: Anonymous: Sigit ()  Tuesday, 30 June 2009 @ 10:18 AM ICT  

Thank u guys for the info...

However, can anyone tell me the area/suburb or address that I can go? so at least I would kknow the area to go to? thank u guys Big Grin

By: Nun (offline)  Saturday, 04 July 2009 @ 09:53 AM ICT  

Hi Sigit,

I am sure if you contact YSS Thailand that they will have a whole list of downtown dealers for you, and who knows maybe you can even pick them up from the factory in Samutprakarn.

Maybe you can even combine your visit to Samutprakarn with a visit to Bike Care International, the distributor of Tsukigi Racing Exhaust systems..

For YSS you have to look for contact details on there website (www.yss.co.th), also you need to check if YSS has a distributor in your country, it could be that they sell it cheaper then you can buy it in Thailand... Cry


Bikecare International Co., Ltd
199 Moo 8 Buddharaksa rd., T. Taibanmai.
A. Muang, Samutprakarn 10280
Tel: 02-388-0868 EXT 149
Fax: 02-701-4125
E-mail.bkk@bikecare.co.th

   

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By: Anonymous: tony2516 ()  Wednesday, 15 July 2009 @ 10:12 PM ICT  

we sold them, but must be made to order,
racing exhuast, peddle racing
if you resell is better with some amount and lower price.

By: Chris (offline)  Friday, 17 July 2009 @ 11:10 PM ICT  

Quote by: Koy

I bought a set of frame-sliders/fairing protection for the Kawasaki Ninja 250R from a company called Club 517 Superbike for 2,700 Baht. First I had the idea that they where expensive, this was until my bike went to the ground and I was happy I had only a few scratches and the bike had nothing serious...



I just bought their full set of bits and pieces for my ER-6n....sliders and protectors as well as a nice oil filler cap. Total cost 7000B. They are beautifully made and the gold metal parts set off against the black bodywork very nicely. they'll soon have a very neat new rear number plate mount that comes from Italy. Much smarter than the original. I'll be getting this after the next payday.

   

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