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post Oct 27 2006, 12:02 PM
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i bought Colour X and NXT wax from Parkson One U last Saturday with 20%
discount off the purchase price. As my total is more than RM100, I was
given a RM10 voucher which I used to buy a few microfibre cloth
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azhar167
post Feb 16 2005, 08:36 PM
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Finally traded in my Suzuki FXR 150 for a Naza Blade 250. Been looking
for 250 bikes, the limit of my riding license, and bought the Naza Blade
250 coz it looks like the FXR 150 engine, doubled.

Transferred the complete set of rear Givi Monolock Box and twin side Givi
boxes together with the original carrier with a little modification.
Looks good, and maybe for the time being the one Naked Street Bike Tourer
in KL.

Still using my first tankful of gas, after 150km, the fuel gauge has
hardly moved. If accurate, then the fuel consumption figures would be
something to shout about. I normally get about 20km/l on the FXR 150 and
will have some figures for the Blade 250 in near future.

The stability of the bike is good, brakes are ok. The tyres are huge but
the bike does not feel too heavy. Love the big, flat, wide seats.

I will share more experiences within this thread, but pictures, I am not
sure how to post it.
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post Feb 17 2005, 01:26 PM
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hey azhar167, 1st of all congrats for braving yourself and travel down
unknown waters buying a NAza Blade. To tell the truth Naza Blade is not
really likened here, but since you're the 1st here to admit buying it, we
all loved to hear from you on feedbacks on how the bike performs and its
reliability especially. We here all mostly korok bikers aka not much
money so if you're reckon that the NAza Blade is indeed worth it's money
than maybe some of us here will feel a bit relieved to buy it.

With reference to fuel consumption, don't calculate now when the engine
is still running in, do it later after 1000km. Later when you clocked
more than 1000km mileage, may I suggest do what I did to all my new bike.
Buy yourself a litre of spare fuel and keep it in you box. Fill up your
tank, reset the trip meter and ride your bike out on your normal ride
routes and jot down the figures at what km does the 1/2 tank and E light
up(Blade 250 don't have gauges I believe, only lights indicating 1/2 tank
and Empty). Ride the bike until ALL the fuel is consumed(when the bike
died out, might be a bit dangerous here, a word of caution).Jot down at
what mileage does the bike died out. Now, use the 1L spare fuel you
carried before, fill that up into your tank and ride to the nearest fuel
station. Note how many litres you filled up, and now you can calculate
what's your average fuel consumption and at what mileage roughly does
your tank really is empty without relying on the light gauges. Oh yeah,
don't forget to add also that 1L of fuel you used in the calculations.
Happy riding!
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