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Last post 01-08-2013 09:03 AM by SmellyTofu. 147 replies.
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  • 02-20-2012 09:39 PM In reply to

    Re: Tabitha Scoot's Genuine Honda PCX125 Review

    danceswithdingoes:

    Here's something to aspire to Vlad............pimp my PCX Angel

    Dingo, im more after performance rather then aesthetics aspect of it. None the less it is a nice looking machine. 

    Thanks anyway  ;)

     

    Yuminashi Pcx 164cc can of whopass!
    Ex Takegawa Pcx 170cc
    Ex Today 94cc Kitaco
  • 02-20-2012 09:53 PM In reply to

    Re: Tabitha Scoot's Genuine Honda PCX125 Review

     

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  • 02-25-2012 12:48 PM In reply to

    Re: Tabitha Scoot's Genuine Honda PCX125 Review

    It's got a flat floor !!!!

    Present: Honda PCX 125
    Past: Honda Today 50, Suzuki Address V50 (While living in Japan) アドレスV50

    If only in Australia :(
    http://www1.suzuki.co.jp/motor/full_line/index.html
  • 03-02-2012 08:52 PM In reply to

    • Aaron
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    Re: Tabitha Scoot's Genuine Honda PCX125 Review

     

  • 03-03-2012 10:45 AM In reply to

    • Aaron
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    Re: Tabitha Scoot's Genuine Honda PCX125 Review

    Hi, sorry for deleting my above post. I was going to sell my PCX, but have since changed my mind.

     

  • 04-11-2012 07:58 AM In reply to

    Re: Tabitha Scoot's Genuine Honda PCX125 Review

    Now the real fun is coming our way :), more power gains expected when FI controller comes out shortly..

     http://www.takegawa.co.jp/2008_takegawa/flash/newitem/img/1202_img/170/01-08-0149.jpg

    http://www.takegawa.co.jp/2008_takegawa/flash/newitem/img/1202_img/image_j/pcx_camshaft_graph.gif

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Yuminashi Pcx 164cc can of whopass!
    Ex Takegawa Pcx 170cc
    Ex Today 94cc Kitaco
  • 04-11-2012 12:18 PM In reply to

    Re: Tabitha Scoot's Genuine Honda PCX125 Review

     

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  • 04-18-2012 07:16 PM In reply to

    • allen
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    Re: Tabitha Scoot's Genuine Honda PCX125 Review

    I think you might find we may be getting the 150 model. This is being released everywhere around the world at the moment. Would help to start with an extra 25 cc.......

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  • 04-18-2012 07:27 PM In reply to

    Re: Tabitha Scoot's Genuine Honda PCX125 Review

    allen:

    I think you might find we may be getting the 150 model. This is being released everywhere around the world at the moment. Would help to start with an extra 25 cc.......

     

     Yep i got an email from Honda a while back confirming the PCX 150i is coming to Australia

    Good morning Pyrah,

    Thank you for your recent enquiry.

    We wish to advise that the PCX150i will be released onto the Australian market. At this stage, there is no ETA when to expect this, however when the bike is ready for release, we will update our website & our dealers with the applicable information.

    We trust this information assists.

    Kind regards

    Taryn Schneider
    Customer Relations
    Honda Australia MPE Pty Ltd

    e-mail: customer.relations@hondampe.com.au
    Si ‘Thi’ later
  • 04-23-2012 08:57 PM In reply to

    PCX Parts upgrade

    Hey Guys and Gals,

    After my recent trip to Japan I picked up a few parts for my PCX.

    Will give you a quick run down on parts

    WirusWin High Performance Rear Shocks
    Daytona front fork springs 20% up
    Kijima rear rack
    Givi E350ND Rear box
    Kitaco grocery hook
    Aftermarket grocery hook
    Waterbottle holder
    GPS/Mobile phone holder
    Chain Lock

    I have installed all except the front fork springs, waterbottle holder and GPS holder.  Might get to it next weekend. 

    The installation of the rear rack and rear suspension requires a few bits of plastic to be taken off, but it is something that can be done yourself if you have the right size sockets/spanners/drill bits etc.  Drilling the holes for the rear rack was actually really easy and turned out perfect.  Please see the link for more details and photos of parts and the install.

    Photos here

    The rear shocks went on easily and are only slightly shorter than stock.  They bottomed out badly on the first test ride so after that I wound up the preload and they seem to be ok now.  I think I may have even wound them up to hard, so might loosen them off soon.  The rebound adjustment seems to make a noticeable difference depending on if it is set to fast or slow.  I have lots more testing to do so will keep everyone updated on how it goes.  Bumps do seem less sever after the new shocks, however I did expect a bit better.  Anyways might just take a bit of tuning.  It's only been a few days so far. :) 

    Any questions post em here and I will try my best to answer them.

    Present: Honda PCX 125
    Past: Honda Today 50, Suzuki Address V50 (While living in Japan) アドレスV50

    If only in Australia :(
    http://www1.suzuki.co.jp/motor/full_line/index.html
  • 04-23-2012 09:44 PM In reply to

    Re: PCX Parts upgrade

    Big Smile Keeping busy Yes

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  • 05-30-2012 11:03 PM In reply to

    Re: Tabitha Scoot's Genuine Honda PCX125 Review

    allen:
    Would help to start with an extra 25 cc.......

    How about extra 20cc's on top of that extra 25cc's? 

    http://page15.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/t264419595?u=;bike_shop_hunter

    Good price too at $500 with the fuel controler ( complete package). This is just the tip of the iceberg whats coming for the Pcx...

    Im exicted! Big Smile

    Yuminashi Pcx 164cc can of whopass!
    Ex Takegawa Pcx 170cc
    Ex Today 94cc Kitaco
  • 05-30-2012 11:38 PM In reply to

    Re: Tabitha Scoot's Genuine Honda PCX125 Review

     Yep one advantage of a world wide model plenty of after market accessories and parts availability Yes

    Si ‘Thi’ later
  • 12-26-2012 06:03 PM In reply to

    Re: Tabitha Scoot's Genuine Honda PCX125 Review

    I just got for myself a PCX (125) and awaiting to complete my L test so I can start riding legally in this country. I'm already thinking of utility mods and in particular, top boxes. I guess it's a given that Givi box is the way to go but what's the size I should be looking for? It'd probably be for a helmet and some smaller items. Also would the universal mounting system that Givi provides fit the PCX? Probably down the track, I'd like to put some brake lights in the red lenses in the Givi top box which rules out the (expensive) Honda box.

  • 12-28-2012 02:26 AM In reply to

    Re: Tabitha Scoot's Genuine Honda PCX125 Review

    I have the Givi B33 and it served me well, can fit my helmet that doesn't fit under the seat and gloves, plus a few wallet sized items.  The universal mounting system works with the PCX after I installed the PCX specific rail kit from GIVI.

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