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Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R Launches on 10 July

The much-awaited Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R is set to be launched on 10 July 2020. However, Malaysia fans will have to wait a little longer as Indonesia will be the first the South East Asian country to receive the model.
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Suzuki Assemblers Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. to Cease Operations

Suzuki Assemblers Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. will cease all operations in Malaysia, with effect from 31 July 2020.

A letter containing the signature of Managing Director, Mr. KunihikoUetsuki was sent to all authorized Suzuki dealers, informing them of the decision. It was leaked online and sighted by us.

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2020 Yamaha Tracer 900 GT New Colours

Hong Leong Yamaha Motor has just announced new colours for the 2020 Yamaha Tracer 900GT.

They are now offered in two sporty colours called Reddish Copper and Midnight Silver. Recommended net selling price remain unchanged at RM 58,888, excluding road tax, registration and road tax.
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HodakaMotoworld’s10 Tips for Riding in the Rain

The monsoon season is back and it is now raining almost daily. But then again, our climate is always standing by to rain at any time.

Riding in the rain can be challenging to some, scary to others. However, it does not have to be so. The weather is definitely cooler and besides that, your senses are more alive as you concentrate fully on riding.

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Yamaha May Use Turbocharger

Yamaha was one of the players during the turbocharger era in the mid-80s.

For a little bit of background, all Japanese manufacturers namely Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha, ventured to turbocharge their bikes at the time. Honda had the CX550 Turbo, Kawasaki with the GPz 750 Turbo, Suzuki built the VN85 Turbo and Yamaha had the Seca Turbo.
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Watch how the Ducati Superleggera V4 is Put Together

This particular model’s Desmosedici (Desmodromic V-Four) engine produces 234 hp (174 kW) with the titanium racing exhaust in place. However, the main points are the weight saving measures such as carbon fibre bodywork, wheels, frame, swingarm besides magnesium and titanium bits in the engine that helps the bike to weigh only 152.2 kg, dry. That in turn results in a 1.54 hp/kg power-to-weight ratio. Fire-breathing stuff, for sure.
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