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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...
  • Re: Honda PCX 150

    [quote user="ferrix"] One more thing - as far as fuel consumption goes I get 2.0L/100 kms, consistently. With or without using engine start-stop; it really seems to make to measurable difference. [/quote] Are you taking that from the gauge or calculating it at the pump when you fill up? I'm 6'2" and 118kg, so the best ...
  • Re: Honda PCX 150

    Hey Mark, The broken ribs were horrifying for about 3 weeks, and after 6 weeks I was back to cleaning the house while suffering back pain until 8 weeks had passed. Broken ribs hurt, but they hurt more when your humerus is shoved into them displacing your spine... Second worst pain I've ever experienced. I forgot to mention that my PCX is ...
  • Re: Honda PCX 150

    Hey Mark, The PCX 150 is probably the best scooter currently available on the market if you like modifying and tinkering. If you get one from new and do the hard run-in on mineral oil and switch to full synthetic at 1000km, with oil changes at 100km and 500km and regular changes after that, you'll make the best power out of the stock engine. ...
  • Re: Scomadi are here

    To me it seems you would remove the utility rack in place of a base plate for the top box, with a substantial overhang. Or just go the tried and true method of occy straps and a milk crate. That's vintage is it not?
  • Re: Scomadi are here

    I hope there's a top box that fits, because the only thing under the seat is a fuel tank! At least the glovebox is pretty generous, as I only see varying utility racks for behind the seat, but no top boxes...
  • Re: Scomadi are here

    I wonder how it shapes up comapred to the Scarabeo on the road, and for underseat storage, and practicality? The Scarab has much bigger wheels/brakes, a lot more torque, but a smaller fuel tank. Only $6k rideaway, though. Then the Scomadi has ABS, anti-dive front suspension and a pretty big fuel tank by scooter standards. But how much? I've ...
  • Re: Scomadi are here

    Probably expensive and designed for dudes up to 5'10"?
  • Re: SWM (motorcycles) road test

    The GM is kitted out so nicely for only $500 extra, it's just such a shame about the riding posture compared to the SV and GT. I think I would be pretty happy with a Silver Vase compared to say a Sol Invictus Nemesis, with the others being too expensive... Is SWM supporting their bikes with spares? If you drop the bike and need a new tank or ...
  • Re: Bigger is not always better

    [quote user="tonyr"] Chicaboo My 350i is matte white - I bought it because I find the alternative dark grey somewhat depressing and visually a danger on the road. At first I too felt that the matte finish might be a problem but in just under a year (9000+kms) I have not found it not to be so at all. The secret? LEAVE IT ALONE! When the ...
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