Yamaha Mio 2009 Black Edition

Yamaha Mio 2009 Black Edition

MOTO MELEE 2009; PART 2

Large-capacity twin cylinder machines weren't the only bikes of choice on the rally, and several classic Singles made the rally with no problems. The big winner of the weekend was Kevin Burrell's '47 Velo MSS 500cc ohv, which was also one of the prettiest bikes on the ride, but I'm biased as it used to be mine! Kevin won the big King of the Melee trophy for making it look easy to ride a rigid-frame machine 900 miles in 3 days, plus a few bonus miles on the Lost Coast, on dirt roads.

Another interesting machine is Lyn Miller's Norton ES2 special, one of the rare non-Featherbed swingarm models with an all-alloy engine. It ran very well, and quickly.

The route on Day 2 incorporated the legendary Hwy 36, which is just about a perfect motorcycle road, stretching 72 miles from Red Bluff to the coast. But, we veered north midway to explore Forest Road 1 (above, with my Atlas and Frank Forster's ultra-dependable Commando tourer), which is the longest continuous 'ridge road' in the world - it follows a spur of the Coastal Range for almost 80 miles, and for long stretches the road itself IS the top of the ridge - a fall in either direction will land you in one or another valley - to the West one can see the fog lurking over the Pacific, to the East shone the snowy peaks of Mt. Lassen. FR1 climbs to about 5500' at points, and is blissfully cool during the day, with a showy array of wildflowers carpeting the dozens of small meadows bordering the road. One lane wide, no stripes, no traffic at all.

Our lunch stop was the Samoa Cookhouse, a historic building which formerly served as the canteen numerous lumber mills and shipping companies which populated this strangely-named town. The cookhouse serves the same food, in the same manner, as it always has; you get what you get, as much of it as you want, whatever they're serving that day. If you come away hungry, it's your own fault! Photos of the days when lumber was king in Arcata/Eureka line the walls, as do some of the implements of logging.

Lumber was Very Good to the burghers of Eureka, and quite a few splendid examples of High Victorian mansions survive as museums or private clubs.

But, they didn't get ALL the old-growth Redwoods, and the Avenue of the Giants is one of two large stands of these ancient behemoths untouched by the saw. For 50 miles the road threads between the tallest trees in the world, and the light filtering through the high canopy feels like the interior of a Gothic cathedral. But, we get to ride through this church, and commune with any god we choose.

The ride on Sunday totaled 340 miles, and it was a relief to arrive at our Motel, even after a nice cool stretch of Highway 1 along the ocean cliffs. As beautiful as the road is, I was ready for a shower, a meal, and a drink. Smiles prevailed at the greeting point, where your room key and a cold beer awaited (below, Phillippe Murat is happy about his beer).

A few souls had the energy to fettle, even after a long day in the saddle, on a scooter! These guys really impressed me.

By the next morning, the carnage of the weekend had become clear; all 3 chase vehicles were full, and help arrived from a local collector. A few of the machines were hors de combat, like this Triumph which has clearly had a Serious Problem with a connecting rod... ouch.

A sad fate for a BSA Gold Star and Velocette Thruxton - racing each other in the back of a pickup truck! Being chased as usual by a BSA Hornet and Triumph Bonneville, in the trailer.

As mentioned, the range of machines was dramatic, and included a multi-year veteran Lambretta (in purple, to match Barry's hair!) and this first-time '38 Indian Chief, which had a little trouble with a duff battery.

If you have an interest in joining next year, you can find more information on the Moto Melee website; the date is typically the third weekend in June, Friday thru Monday. You'll never forget the ride.

For more Melee photos, check out:
Bob Slote's Flickr page
Craig Howell's photos
Blaise Descollange's photos

Yamaha Mio small wheel

Yamaha Mio small wheel

Honda CB 400

Honda CB 400 Super Four Specifications:

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 399.00 ccm (24.35 cubic inches)
Engine type: In-line four
Stroke: 4
Power: 53.00 HP (38.7 kW)) @ 11000 RPM
Torque: 38.00 Nm (3.9 kgf-m or 28.0 ft.lbs) @ 9500 RPM
Compression: 11.3:1
Bore x stroke: 55.0 x 42.0 mm (2.2 x 1.7 inches)
Fuel system: Carburettor
Valves per cylinder: 4
Fuel control: DOHC
Cooling system: Liquid
Gearbox: 6-speed

Physical measures
Dry weight: 168.0 kg (370.4 pounds)
Seat height: 760 mm (29.9 inches)
Overall height: 1,070 mm (42.1 inches)
Overall length: 2,050 mm (80.7 inches)
Overall width: 725 mm (28.5 inches)
Ground clearance: 130 mm (5.1 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,415 mm (55.7 inches)

Chassis and dimensions
Front tyre dimensions: 120/60-ZR17 55W
Rear tyre dimensions: 160/60-ZR17 69W
Front brakes: Dual disc
Rear brakes: Single disc

Speed and acceleration
Power/weight ratio: 0.3155 HP/kg

Capacity
Fuel capacity: 18.00 litres (4.76 gallons)

Available only in
Japan

Honda CB 400
Honda CB 400

Suzuki Smash Ceper

2007 Suzuki Smash Revolution 110 Default
Category: Cub / Moped / Underbone

Specifications

Engine
Type: 4-stroke, 1-cylinder, air-cooled, OHC
Lubrication System: Wet Sump
Piston Displacement: 109.7 cc
Bore x Stroke: 53.5 x 48.8 mm
Compression Ratio: 9.5 : 1
Carburetor: MIKUNI VM18
Starting System: Kick/Electric
Ignition System: CDI
Transmission: 4-Speed constant mesh

Chassis
Front Suspension: Telescopic Coil Spring, Oil Damped
Rear Suspension: Swing Arm Type, Oil Damped
Front Brake: Drum Brake
Rear Brake: Drum Brake
Front Tire: 2.50 – 17
Rear Tire: 2.75 – 17

Electrical
Battery Type: 12V 3.5Ah
Headlight: 12V 32/32W

Dimensions/weight/capacity
Length: 1,915 mm
Width: 655 mm
Height: 1,050 mm
Wheelbase: 1,255 mm
Ground Clearance: 125 mm
Dry Mass: 92.6 kg
Fuel Tank Size 4.3 L.


Modification 2007 Suzuki Smash Specification:

Tire: Mizzle 60/80 Dpan bLakang
Cat: mix your own
Engine: 109cc STD
Arm: Wagir (malang)
Velg: Ex Suzuki SHOGUN
Tacho: Gapake brand meter Fuel: Hyper pro
Shock: Ex Honda Grand
Cutting: CHN ADV Design Studies
Disk break: PSM
Rem Handle: Moto R
Exhaust: Ex yama Jupiter
Toot: Keong (Mocc)
Seat: Sukun (Malang)

Suzuki Smash Picture Modification:

Suzuki Smash Ceper Modification

Suzuki Shogun Racing Modifikasi

specification modifications of suzuki racing SHOGUN:

- Izumi piston 54 jenong 6 mm
- Control piston crankshaft following jupiter z
- 27/23 valve
- Carburettor pwl26 original kawasaki ninja
- The ratio of total transmission change is
- Total loss ignition
- CDI power cheetah
- Coil 4ss
- Oil catch tank, surge tank
- Dpn velg 160x17 rear tk
- Tires federalr
- Daytona rear shock, standard front jupiter z
- Standard battery original Vega
- Speedometer by koso
- Chain + overdrive set by Daytona 415H
- Fuel: mixture of benzene by a + kl lg roadrace, + extra shell mixture.

Suzuki Shogun Sport Racing Modification :

Suzuki Shogun Racing

Bajaj Pulsar With Ducati Monster Style

Here I want to share you about Bajaj pulsar new and nice modification, this Bollywood motorcycle look so similiar with the Ducati Monster the Italian Bike. We also can called Bajaj Pulsar With Ducati Monster Style. This is the Specification :

Bajaj Pulsar With Ducati Monster Style Specifications:

Velg Power 17 inch
Rear tires Bridgestone 140/70
Front tires Bridgestone 110/70
Arm swing Custom Aprilia made by Panji MJ Motor
Upside Down SuperMoto Thailand made by Capring Racing
Monoshock Satria F 150 by YSS Thailand type Racing Series
Nissin double Kaliper Home Cakram (8 Piston) with n Handle Master GSX 750 cc
Rear Kaliper Bajaj Pulsar with Nissin Master GSX 750 cc
Tubular n order to afford a custom Tank 22 liter
Coconut shell lamp Frontpage Suzuki Hayabusa

Bajaj Pulsar With Ducati Monster Style Engine:

Bore up 225 cc (Piston Suzuki Carry) By Said Bos MJ Motor
Coil XP 2 seeds
Smart CDI Brt Click settings on the 36 drajat n 11000 Rpm ---> recommended by boss Said Mj Motor
Custom Neck Knalpot by Eric Capring Racing
Silencer DG (Daytona)
Filter karbu Koso

Bajaj Pulsar With Ducati Monster Style Picture Modification :





BAJAJ PULSAR 180DTSi STREET FIGHTER

Here the Modification Specification of BAJAJ PULSAR 180DTSi STREET FIGHTER :

- Port n Polish
- Keihin PE28 Carb
- K&N open air filter
- CLD clutch spring (per kampas kompling)
- Free Flow Stainless Steel Muffler by 3DI
- BRT Smartclick CDI
- Protec Coil
- Denso Iridium IU27A spark plugs
- Sprocket ratio 15/38
- Rear Disc Brake
- Stainless Steel Engine Guard by 3DI
- Stebel Magnum horns
- T-rack & E-21 Givi boxes
- Battlax BT45 100/80/17 front tire
- IRC Thai (N250R std tire) 130/70/17 rear tire
- Philips Premium H-4 60/55W headlamp


Here the picture of BAJAJ PULSAR 180DTSi STREET FIGHTER Modification:




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New Suzuki Skydrive LIMITED Edition

New Suzuki Skydrive LIMITED Edition

Honda Blade Fighter Modification

Many faithful fans at the Honda hopes Indonesia, attendance at the Blade will bring fresh wind came with a more sophisticated technology, the fuel injection system such as twin relatives in Thailand, the CZ-i 110 or i-Click. In fact, Blade still rely carburetor.

Blade and figures exactly match the CZ-i which was launched in Thailand, July. It appears that the design of the body, lights, close the handlebar, seat and muffler. If there is any different, is the outside layer of the wheels and muffler. If the CZ-i is still on the rim fingers, using the Blade "cast wheel or rim sport. While the graphics are still basically the same shape, but a combination of different colors.

Because it is still on the carburettor, while the questions and answers between the journalist with the management of PT Astra Honda Motor (AHM), the first questions that arise: "Why Honda does not use the injection system on the Blade, as the same product in Thailand?". Best of dilontarkan Johannes Loman, Marketing Director of PT AHM is, "With the price of carburettor Blade, more competitive and affordable for the majority of Indonesian consumers."

For this newest product, AHM offer price of Rp 13.5 million (on the road) to and around Jakarta. Far more affordable than the SupraX 125 PGM-FI offered Rp Rp 16.1 at this time. Blade prices almost near Supra X 125R rim with standard (not "cast wheel").

Because the position is between Blade REVO (100 cc) and the Supra X 125R (125 cc), as the AHM mengategorikannya total new product segment with the new.

Attraction Blade is a more sproty look almost the same as CS (City Sport). This is visible from the front of the design and placement. In the Blade, the lamp is no longer on the front of the bar, but in the "hood" or the front wing. In this way, the front and not sein turn with the handlebar when moved to the right or left. Lights together with the front of this light sein located on both sides.

Fender form or sepatbor front also different. Honda rate of more sporty and stylish. Design of the taillights is a combination of style with white and red. Design duck this product compared with the Honda is the position of the handlebar bend into. Honda-style call "racing". With this, it is expected that, for the motor at this young child, will be easy to maneuver on the curve.

Blade is a result of the framework of the new design. According to Honda, the framework is more robust and tailored to the abilities or performance of the engine more ferocious than the Fit or the REVO.

At the front, between the seats with the bar, given a "cover" or closed position with a higher than normal duck. Similar to that used in the Suzuki Arashi and Yamaha Jupiter MX.
Additional protective machine is located right next to the form of small iron stick in folding and installed near Footstep. Muffler, the muffler on the coated colors designed with oval shape. To prevent the wheels stop rotating when the chain dislodged, Honda complete with stopper.

Machine - To power source, using the Honda SOHC engine with a capacity of 109.1 cc. Energy produced reaches 8.46 PS @ 7500 rpm and torsi 0.86 kgf-m @ 5500 rpm. Thus, its performance is between the REVO and Supra 125.
However, according to K. Fujihara, Leader R & D Honda, Blade 5% more economical than REVO. This is because the engine can be obtained Blade is a new generation of Honda. This machine is rubbing some of its components is lower than other Honda engines. Between piston and rocker arm (valve trigger), the form of a cylinder "off-set", with the piston spray oil reversed, wight a more light and anti-scratch. With development, the fuel consumption in addition to more economical, Honda claims this engine Blade environmentally friendly or meet Euro-2 standard.

Honda Blade Fighter Modification :
Honda Blade Fighter Modification
Honda Blade Fighter Modification
Honda Blade Fighter Modification