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drmuss
post Apr 2 2005, 06:25 PM
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guys ...how to buy honda wave 125i with fuel injection from thailand?
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mtuc2003
post Apr 2 2005, 07:12 PM
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If you can buy the whole complete engine package,than you get a freight
forwarding company to arrange delivery right to your door step.In the
proforma invoice just put a reasonable value so that small tax to pay to
customs...thats all ...then you get a mechanic to fit the new engine to
your bike.
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post Apr 2 2005, 07:32 PM
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damn.. i just got my stardart wave 125.. and damn i love the way 125i
looks... hiahzz.. can i ask wat makes fuel injection so diffrent ?
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azhar167
post Apr 2 2005, 09:55 PM
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EFi engine for motorcycle gives really good fuel consumption figures,
less carbon built up in engine.

Didn't know it was available in Thailand.

It will never come to Malaysia, coz protected market for Modenas.. sama
same problem like ploton. Modenas using cina engines nowadays,
reliability oso same like JRD bikes & fuel consumption very high, only
about 30km/l but similar honda/kawa/suzi/yama doing 50km/l no sweat.

Now EFi maybe can improve further 15 - 20%.
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drexchan
post Apr 2 2005, 10:24 PM
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chine engine? i thought all the while they are using kawasaki engine?
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post Apr 3 2005, 12:23 AM
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Dream on..first of all..It gonna cost u a bomb to buy the whole complete
engine. Do you know which dealer in Thailand can do it? After all...you
have to go through custom clearance, puspakom and JPJ.
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deaconsx
post Apr 4 2005, 10:07 AM
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This model is only available in Thailand & Singapore as far as I`m
concerned.

There are a few Wave models in Singapore, Wave S 125, Wave R 125(same as
Malaysia`s Wave 125) and wave i 125. Why Boon Siew introduced Wave 125 so
late in Malaysia? Both Wave S and i have digital meters, cool!!
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azhar167
post Apr 4 2005, 04:16 PM
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hi drexchan,

fyi, modenas kick out kawa a while ago and started sourcing their 'local'
suppliers for parts. like proton.

of course, the immediate effect is the drop in quality and significantly,
a rise in fuel consumption due to lousy parts in the carby unit. me
thinks any kriss owner can tell u, 1 tankful maybe can go 150km b4 have
to refill. about 30km per litre.

oso, engine & gearbox require repairs quickly & front fork seals give up
faster.
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post Apr 4 2005, 06:12 PM
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What u see in Singapore is exactly come from Thailand. Why Boon Siew
introduce Wave 125 so late? Maybe they feel too compfortable with the
sales of Honda dream until lately they feel the preasure. I might be
wrong. EX-5, if i'm not mistaken is as old as RXZ and Boon Siew still
selling it. Dream which Thailand is now selling is the 3 generation,
125cc. Digital for Wave 125?
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bikerzboy
post Apr 6 2005, 07:50 AM
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Go to hatyai and go the shop and ask them for an engine laa. cari the
accident or change some components. All in all maybe rm1k only..plus
modification.

After makro.. turn left. along the road to florida hotel hatyai, the shop
is on the right hand side. Meaning, after the turning, maybe a few hundred
metres and you can see the bike shop. Opposite the shop is the tyre
shop.big tyre shop.
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