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BANGKOK 19 June 2019 05:55
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Thai Small CC BIke Specs

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Hi, I"m interested in comparing some of these bikes, but other than youtube videos I can't find much info.

 

I wanting to know acceleration, Whatever the standard is. Top speed, HP, and general feel or handling for foreigner (bigger riders) vs Thai.

The Bikes I'm looking at are.

GPX

Legend 200cc

Legend Gentleman 200 cc

Mad 300 cc

 

Stallions

 

Centaur Makina 250cc

Centaur 250 Max

Centaur Buccaneer 250i

Centaur CT400 Scambler

 

Thanks

 

 

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2 hours ago, Kwasaki said:

You can get all spec's of bikes in google search.

I always say go look and test ride yourself no-one is the same when it comes to motorbikes.

Like your list I wouldn't want any of em.

Dealers won't allow a meaningful test ride

and good luck finding one of those at rental.

Those are all good bikes, well priced.

The speed limit for bikes on Thai roads is 90kph.

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6 hours ago, papa al said:

Dealers won't allow a meaningful test ride

Yam in CM do. 👍

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17 minutes ago, Kwasaki said:

Yam in CM do. 👍

Apologies.

Didn't know they (Yam) were carrying GPX & Stallion now.

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16 hours ago, papa al said:

Apologies.

Didn't know they (Yam) were carrying GPX & Stallion now.

On the contrary apologies to you I meant Yamaha main dealer CM will let you test ride.

 

Not finding one of those OP mentions at rental is not surprising but I guess will happen.

 

I would go for a Triumph bonni if I wanted that type of bike, had a little ride on a T120 whow was impressed.

 

The speed limit for bikes on Thai roads is 90kph now that's funny when they start sticking 150cc & 155cc engines in scoots.

 

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On 4/10/2019 at 12:42 PM, Kwasaki said:

 

The speed limit for bikes on Thai roads is 90kph now that's funny when they start sticking 150cc & 155cc engines in scoots.

 

& 300cc ... Forza;

maybe 400cc... Bergman ?

Pretty hilarious.

😉 yup.

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On ‎5‎/‎19‎/‎2019 at 5:54 PM, papa al said:

& 300cc ... Forza;

maybe 400cc... Bergman ?

Pretty hilarious.

😉 yup.

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