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Last post 10-18-2017 10:15 PM by aspro boy. 21 replies.
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  • 07-03-2017 03:25 PM In reply to

    • chicaboo
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    Re: Honda PCX 150

    USDM PCX's were notoriously slower than the AUDM models. They're probably rev-limited? On the centre-stand I don't hit the rev limiter until 130kph with the standard variator...

    White 2012 Honda PCX 150:
    + Realize Blink s/s exhaust
    + Dr Pulley 11+13g sliders #SR2015
    + YSS G-Euro XL red shocks
    + 5W Cree projector position lights
    + Matte black meter panels
    - World Walk smoked long screen
    + Daytona reinforced CVT belt
    + PowerbyPCX Type1 carbon seat
    + K&N panel filter #HA-1213
    + MAX INC mirror extenders
    + MiniMoto 220mm Grom rotor
    - SSB 140CCA lithium battery #YTX5L-BS
    + White 14x1/2" rim stripes
    + WirusWin Hyper Valve PCV
    + NGK Iridium sparkplug #CPR7EAIX-9
    + Kitaco Digital Speedometer
    + Black adjustable brake levers
    + Kitaco Super Throttle Pipe
    + AEM Gauge-Type UEGO Controller #30-4100
    + CBR125R 31mm throttle body
    + CBR150R fuel injector #16450-KPP-T01
    + Yuminashi 31mm A-type intake manifold
    + Dobeck EJK Gen 3.5 #8110043
    + Yuminiashi big tube air intake
    + KN Planning Sports Clutch
    + Custom tarmac pinstriping...

    + Rothmans Honda livery
    + CM (Takegawa) 175cc Big Bore Kit
    + Yuminashi 62mm domed piston
    + Takegawa sports camshaft
    + Yuminashi 62mm 0.5mm copper gasket
  • 07-03-2017 05:20 PM In reply to

    Re: Honda PCX 150

    aspro boy:

    Thanks Ferrix, at 5'10" it allows me to understand against the mileage you have done that the seat offers reasonable comfort for someone this size. Although saddle comfort is ultimately a relative thing. Interesting that most reviews for the PCX 150 delivered into the U.S. state there is a rev limiter that caps top speed at 63mph (101 kph), but the promoted top speed for this scoot is 70mph (112kph).

     

    Ah yes, the seat - sorry, I missed that part. Well, I find it comfortable enough, but as you say, it's an individual thing. Also, don't be mislead by my relatively high mileage: it's lots of short hops, not long trips. The longest I've ever spent in the saddle is maybe two hours, and if I recall I was quite happy to get off at that point :)

  • 07-08-2017 09:01 PM In reply to

    Re: Honda PCX 150

    As of an enquiry last week there are no more MY17 white units held by the distributer, only retailer floor stock for this colour.

  • 10-18-2017 09:42 PM In reply to

    Re: Honda PCX 150

    Honda Aus.have updated their home web page. Included in the information are the coming colour options for the Honda PCX 150. White and dark blue remain and a startling, to me, yellow - Clipper Yellow. Is Facebook reponsible for this bold colour? - look at me, look at me. Also, the little Dio is still the 14" front and rear wheel model in latest livery. Not to my taste, but someone more refined than I might appreciate this look.

  • 10-18-2017 09:54 PM In reply to

    Re: Honda PCX 150

    Thanks aspro Yes bit brighter than the old Today 50 perhaps ?

    Image result for honda today 50

    Si ‘Thi’ later
  • 10-18-2017 09:56 PM In reply to

    Re: Honda PCX 150

    Brown and white Dio Cool (more than likely overseas only)

    Si ‘Thi’ later
  • 10-18-2017 10:15 PM In reply to

    Re: Honda PCX 150

    No, what you see on the Aus Honda web page, for the Dio, is exactly what I have seen on the floor at Scooterworld. And they are selling as I have seen them strutting their stuff on the street. I like my white Dio just the way it was in 15-16. Honda really ramped up the finish, especially around the steering head and intrument cluster.

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