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post #1021 of 1101 (permalink) Old 11-22-2012, 08:42 PM Thread Starter
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Some close up of Leanh V last week:















Had a great time in Hong Kong Disneyland with my parents, 4 brothers and the kids:









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post #1022 of 1101 (permalink) Old 11-24-2012, 01:48 AM Thread Starter
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Had 2 visitors from the East coast during their bike odyssey touring parts of Malaysia. Selamat berjumpa dan terima kasih datang dari jauh















They had the Interphone F4 to talk on the move.
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Wow steven, your fame spreads far and wide, looks like your house became a landmark for vee riders passing penang now.

Current : Maroon 2011.
- Front Fender Extender - Radiator Guard - 19mm Nissin radial master pump - Nissin 4-pot caliper - SS Brake lines - Osram Nightbreakers+ low, Osram Hyper Rallye 65W high - LED 30w spotlights & 3w DRLs - Rear Hugger - Givi crash guards - Yoshimura TRC Carbon - Dynojet PC5 - Scottoiler - R1 shock with Ohlins 14.2 kg/mm spring - Imitation Givi Windshield - Rear Givi rack with 24ltr Givi top box - Bosch dual tones - Z800 stock mirrors.

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post #1024 of 1101 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 02:53 AM Thread Starter
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My intentions are simply.

Get the best out of the V and ride safe. Repeating it here again "Biking is a dangerous hobby". Safety and performance are paramount.

Plus, pictures to promote our Malaysian food far and wide.







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Yep some of us love that Malaysian food, yum yum.
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post #1026 of 1101 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 07:42 AM Thread Starter
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Followed my working Guys to see a recon Harley dealer here in KL.

2 Harleys there.











A recon Q7 cost about USD 100,000 here.


Read a brochure of this sexy muscle bike:
http://www.crs-motorcycles.com/DUUconcepte.php
Damm,it's a beauty.
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post #1027 of 1101 (permalink) Old 12-01-2012, 02:01 AM Thread Starter
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Put some carbon tape at the front indicators as to much orange glare at night


Riderscan came over from UK. Tested it this morning. I like it.













Went to BMW to have an up close the 2012 R1200 gs and rt.








Was riding close to a Versys 1000 on the highway. That Z1000 engine is amazing.
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Riderscan is sweet! I cant use it otherwise i'd be busy checking out myself rather than the road ahead!

Current : Maroon 2011.
- Front Fender Extender - Radiator Guard - 19mm Nissin radial master pump - Nissin 4-pot caliper - SS Brake lines - Osram Nightbreakers+ low, Osram Hyper Rallye 65W high - LED 30w spotlights & 3w DRLs - Rear Hugger - Givi crash guards - Yoshimura TRC Carbon - Dynojet PC5 - Scottoiler - R1 shock with Ohlins 14.2 kg/mm spring - Imitation Givi Windshield - Rear Givi rack with 24ltr Givi top box - Bosch dual tones - Z800 stock mirrors.

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My intentions are simply.

Get the best out of the V and ride safe. Repeating it here again "Biking is a dangerous hobby". Safety and performance are paramount.
You are a gem to those who are in need of help in making their ride better and fun.... Thank you and keep up the good work.
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post #1030 of 1101 (permalink) Old 12-07-2012, 07:49 PM Thread Starter
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Most welcome, Zain. Glad to assist.

Like the riderscan but it has it's limitation. It's really covers the blind sector at the sides and with the the existing mirrors, this covers far and near vision.

Painted the headlight protector trim black to match.











Food again









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Why do I always get hungry when I check this thread? Anyone else...? I mean, you can't eat a V.
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post #1032 of 1101 (permalink) Old 12-09-2012, 03:51 AM
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That pork knuckle....

Current : Maroon 2011.
- Front Fender Extender - Radiator Guard - 19mm Nissin radial master pump - Nissin 4-pot caliper - SS Brake lines - Osram Nightbreakers+ low, Osram Hyper Rallye 65W high - LED 30w spotlights & 3w DRLs - Rear Hugger - Givi crash guards - Yoshimura TRC Carbon - Dynojet PC5 - Scottoiler - R1 shock with Ohlins 14.2 kg/mm spring - Imitation Givi Windshield - Rear Givi rack with 24ltr Givi top box - Bosch dual tones - Z800 stock mirrors.

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Something not seen everyday. A Wat (Buddist temple) decorated with glass bottles in Jeniang. Kedah.







The 12 animals of the chinese zodiac




The Four Faced Buddha
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hi abam Steven. I just registered in this forum but has been a keen follower of ur V-blog. Had my V a month ago and currently enjoying every bit of my experience riding it. Hope to meet you one day!

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Alrighty then.... Cheers and Take care, Karuna.

Aimanb..sure thing. One of these days. Are you in KL?

Some toys from Touratech for the V. Expensive but great!
http://shop.touratech.com/vehicle-eq...ketype=1114_82
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I work in Kuantan but now Im in my hometown which is in Ipoh.

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Stayed in Ipoh with the guy from post number 1034 of this thread
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bet u like the food provided during your stay.

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bet u like the food provided during your stay.
I really do miss the food and variety of food but also the friends made over there.
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