Carburetor: What is it?

A carburetor (North American spelling) or carburettor (Commonwealth spelling), is a device that blends air and fuel for an internal combustion engine. It was invented by Karl Benz before 1885[1] and patented in 1886.[2] It is colloquially called a carb (in North America and the United Kingdom) or carby (chiefly in Australia). The word carburetor…

YAMALUBE 4T Engine Oil Has Come To Malaysia!

Yamaha’s YAMALUBE advertisement taken from Roda-Roda August 2008 YAMALUBE has finally come to Malaysia. YAMALUBE is a high performance 4T engine oil for use specifically to Yamaha’s motorcycles. The formulation of this engine oil is done by Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd., Japan. YAMALUBE also been used in racing for Fiat Yamaha MotoGP, Yamaha World Supersport…

Illegal Yamaha 125Z Racing Bike

This article is taken without permission from http://www.mysportbikers.com/portal/index.php? option=com_fireboard&Itemid=27&func=view& id=1017&catid=52&limit=6&limitstart=6. Hope they will forgive me! Please go here for the original content of the page. What was modded on that bike…? block and piston – Original Yamaha 125zR block. – Bored tu 57mm using DT125(enduro) RK brand piston. – Ported and polish the block. Engine…

Catalyzer: What is it?

RX-Z 2004 Catalyzer Exhaust Setup Catalyzer is the technology used in Yamaha RX-Z 2004, Yamaha 125Z and also LC135. In order to know what is catalyzer, you need to know what is catalysis. So, read on this article quoted from Wikipedia. Catalysis is the process in which the rate of a chemical reaction is increased…

Looks Who is Coming to My Blog!

Today, when I just checked the visitor to my blog, I found an interesting visits from Honda R&D Co., Ltd. Wako R&D Center in Wako, Saitama, Japan. The one thing that makes this thing interesting is because Honda R&D has made a search in Google about Yamaha 125 ZR specifications.Since this came from Honda R&D,…

Daiichi Alloy Sport Rims Catalogue

I have found a Daiichi Alloy Sport Rims Catalogue here. As we all know, Daiichi Alloy is made from Thailand and that is a good reason to buy it. This is due to the fact that Thais really like to modified their bike to the extreme. Also, it is cheaper than to buy Enkei rims….