Looking at 2008 Kawasaki Ninja 250R Supersport


The Kawasaki Ninja 250R. Quick, Affordable, Fuel Efficient, Easy to Ride, Bangkok friendly and Great Looking, this bike offers authentic Ninja style and performance.

One look at the new Kawasaki Ninja 250R tells everyone that this bike is the genuine article. With a new full-fairing similar to the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R and the Kawasaki ZX10R supersport bikes, a single kicked-up muffler, UNI-TRAK rear suspension, high-performance petal disc brakes and a dual seat, this is the most stylish performer in its category.

Compact size, exceptional personality and a low price tag highlight Kawasaki's new 2008 Ninja 250R quarter-liter performer. Considering how much fun it is to ride and the fact that it's easy to handle in Bangkok traffic and still enough of a bike to ride rural up-country, it's no wonder the Ninja 250R has been a strong seller. Its successful blend of a rider-friendly engine, easy-to-operate chassis and superbike styling worthy of its Ninja moniker, this model was developed to offer real world performance to riders of all skill levels and goes to show that good things do come in small packages.

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Honda Air Blade -liquide- King of Cool


The Honda Air Blade is the latest addition to the fleet of Honda motor bikes available in Thailand at the moment. The Honda Air Blade designed by Kaoru Hayashi and his team is one of the sleekest of the scooter style motor bikes available on the market.

The Honda Air Blade with its sharp wide beam twin headlights has numerous features that make it one of the best value and most reliable motor bike, the Honda Air Blade is a strong competitor on a highly competitive motorcycle market.

The Honda Air Blade's 110cc four-stroke engine with built-in liquid cooling is compact but packs more horsepower than a standard 125cc air-cooled automatic motorcycle engine. Ride comfortably, confidently and smoothly at all speeds with the efficient new V-Matic belt-drive transmission that uses a long-lasting reinforced steel belt.

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Real Desktop Engine, It Moves, It Growls and Moves


This little desktop engine produces real exhaust noise, and it is the latest motorcycle engine gimmick and it runs on unleaded 98 or better USB computer power.

I belief that the company who makes them makes two models Kawasaki 'W1' and triumph 'T120 motorcycle engine. This little engines give motorbike riders the feeling of the open road during the long days as office slaves, the little Motorcycle Engine is a single vertical cylinder engine type. When the USB cable is inserted in the USB port, the piston drives bangs with USB bus power, you will hear engine sounds and the little bugger moves like he needs to go.

If sound and the feeling of the engine movement not foul you, then you in for a surprise the engine produces the right vibration it feels like you have a real engine on your desktop, this gimmick is a sure need for any motorcycle lover who necessarily needs to stay in the office the whole day.

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Honda CBR-150 modify


One question I get often is can I get more out my Honda CBR150. First the Honda CBR-150 is a nice looking machine, with sporty road bike racing features.

It is said that Casey Stoner, Australian MotoGP rider started out on a Honda CBR150. What is the Honda CBR150 technical; the CBR150 comes with a 4 stroke, DOHC 4 Valves, water-cooled 149.4cc engine. The cylinder bore is 63.5mm and the stroke is 47.2mm (We can several other smaller cc motorcycle from Honda with the same bore), the compression ration is 11:1 and the ignition is by CDI Direct.

The standard spark plug is an NGK CR8E, but seen also CBR150's with a Denso U24ESR-N.

The transmission of Honda CBR150 comes with a 6 gear transmission, with a gear ratio from 3.038 for the first gear and a ratio of 0.923 for the last (6th) gear. Honda is using a wet, multiple disk clutch type for this motorcycle.

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Yamaha X-City 125 - A modern classic


With the Yamaha X-City 125, Yamaha clearly follows the retro style for the 2008 product line, calling this model a modern classic, this new Yamaha 2008 model, which is for now is only available in Europe is a 125cc fuel-injected 4-stroke engine, and V-Belt automatic transmission system.

To Yamaha specifications the engine maximum power output is 10.76 kW @ 8,750 rpm with a torque of 11.70 Nm @ 8,750 rpm, make sure you hold tide if going for quick getaway. For comparison the Harley Davidson 2003 Fat Boy model 1450cc has a maximum power output of 46 kW, so the 125cc Yamaha is surely good on performance

The Yamaha X-City 125 has powerful hydraulic disc brakes both front and rear, and the extra cool looking 16 inch front/15 inch rear rimes/tyres for stable and smooth ride.

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The Kawasaki Eliminator 125


The Kawasaki Eliminator 125 embodies classic cruiser styling in a lightweight motorcycle with a low seat height and a friendly powerband. This makes it an excellent choice for new riders or anyone seeking an easy reach to the pavement.

Powered by an air-cooled, 125cc, four-stroke, SOHC, single-cylinder engine specially tuned for low and mid-range torque, the Eliminator 125 is perfect for around-town riding. The electric starter makes getting underway easy, and a convenient five-speed transmission allows the rider to use the engine's full potential.

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The Suzuki Smash Revo 2008


The all new Suzuki Smash Revo, official this model is called the FK110SD-E model. I will agree that Smash Revo sounds commercially much better.

The weight and handling of the Suzuki Smash Revo is what you can expect from a 95 kilo, and a wheelbase of 1.23 meter. Nothing special about the handling of the bike, all we had the feeling that the 110cc engine was a bit more powerful then the average 110cc. Maybe the source for this extra power is the Mikuni VM-18 carburetor, the Mikuni VM-18 carburetor is often used in racing motorcycles. There are also special racing kits available for this Mikuni carburetor.

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