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 Post subject: Re: My Hornet Diary
 Post Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 4:35 am 
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ok all done, discs needed some work now they are fine.... :clap
one more thing about those 4 bougies, THEY ARE FREAKING AWESOME, idle, acceleration.. everything become smooth even engine sound
this is crazy, i'll update about fuel millage
again THANK YOU IRIDIUM!!!! :clap :clap


How much for the Iridiums?

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KANE wrote:
ok all done, discs needed some work now they are fine.... :clap
one more thing about those 4 bougies, THEY ARE FREAKING AWESOME, idle, acceleration.. everything become smooth even engine sound
this is crazy, i'll update about fuel millage
again THANK YOU IRIDIUM!!!! :clap :clap


How much for the Iridiums?


6,300 LKR for 4 Bougies


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Hmm sounds good... i think i know what im gonna get this month :)

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Bought a Fork Brace, looks nice... will set it soon


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Little note when you are installing a fork brace, never make them too tight
that will stiff your forks and forks won't be able to do their job afterwards. it's like you are riding with steel bars, no springs :rollin
tight screws then check forks/use front breaks and push, if it's fine, tight a little... likewise
however they say fork brace will give some hard or like inverted forks kind of effect :eek :love


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KANE wrote:
Little note when you are installing a fork brace, never make them too tight
that will stiff your forks and forks won't be able to do their job afterwards. it's like you are riding with steel bars, no springs :rollin
tight screws then check forks/use front breaks and push, if it's fine, tight a little... likewise
however they say fork brace will give some hard or like inverted forks kind of effect :eek :love

Man, be careful! Sounds like you put a lot of stress on the forks! Don't break anything and/or hurt yourself/others!
..."like inverted forks kind of effect" ...hmm, a bit doubtful on that. The main advantage of inverted forks should be less unsprung weight which gives better handling. With that additional fork brace on a conventional fork you actually add to the unsprung weight! - Different story on a USD fork though.

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Borschtsch wrote:
KANE wrote:
Little note when you are installing a fork brace, never make them too tight
that will stiff your forks and forks won't be able to do their job afterwards. it's like you are riding with steel bars, no springs :rollin
tight screws then check forks/use front breaks and push, if it's fine, tight a little... likewise
however they say fork brace will give some hard or like inverted forks kind of effect :eek :love

Man, be careful! Sounds like you put a lot of stress on the forks! Don't break anything and/or hurt yourself/others!
..."like inverted forks kind of effect" ...hmm, a bit doubtful on that. The main advantage of inverted forks should be less unsprung weight which gives better handling. With that additional fork brace on a conventional fork you actually add to the unsprung weight! - Different story on a USD fork though.

lol yeah now everything fine. :angel
that inverted fork effect, i have no experience with them but one of my friends said fork braces would something like that. fork brace does work nice, i did check them on crappy roads, corners... it's simply Wow!


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 Post Posted: Fri Nov 18, 2011 2:47 am 
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4xBougies
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 Post Posted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 3:22 am 
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today i have fitted my stock exhaust again because it was sleeping underneath my bed for 5, 6 months so i decided to warm it a bit.
first Stock exhaust really gives smooth sound like weee...... :love but it's f ing slow i mean my bike... i did 0-100kmh test where i usually do morning it was taking Foreverrrr.... :Bang , it was around 100kmh where i normally reach 140kmh trust me

i am going to miss my Asahina Exhaust for few Weeks, a Month perhaps. :(


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 Post Posted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 12:15 pm 
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2011/11/24

had a small Street Race with this
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Yeah, Jade 250
that Poor thing had no chance with my stock Exhaust

i really need a racing Jacket, my Leather Jackets is not good against Wind :help


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 Post Posted: Mon Dec 05, 2011 1:46 am 
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one of my buds gave me this for 500LKR :eek
so i got it painted same as my bike color

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it's not normal fiber made but Genuine Honda ABS Plastic :love
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Grab rails block off coming soon, sent them to paint shops, shall update when all done. i am sure bike would like insane :lol

some random Exhausts my friends showed me
Yoshi Cyclone Bolt-on
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can't remember name of this
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 Post Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2011 5:18 am 
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2011/12/14

got new stainless steel Grab rail block offs, very shiny :ahhdiddums and put my Asahina Exhaust system back on/Removed my stock system :puke


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 Post Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2011 9:29 am 
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Bought a new Tank pad but it was not for my bike
as soon as i realized it's Keiti Product, i sticked it on my tank :Lick
here is the link (mine is KT7600) my old one also a Keiti
http://www.keiti.com/goods/goods.php?in ... x_m1_id=45

skull & Riper :evil


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I believe jades and hornets they do have the same engine...

I had a chance to view a honda jade before buying my hornet..

they sound quite different... maybe its because of the muffler that was installed on the jade...

my hornet is using a modified oem muffler :Bad


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 Post Posted: Fri Aug 03, 2012 2:57 am 
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Aug/3/2012

Bought some stuff :angel

* New Rear Set (just for the rider, pillion f*** off :blast )
* New Fuel Filter (will be connecting out side of the tank/fuel line)
* New front brake master cylinder, reservoir tank(plastic tank but hoping to buy something like Rizoma later)
it will be just like this because my levers also same as these levers
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* New Rear brake fluid line, braided stainless steel


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 Post Posted: Fri Aug 03, 2012 5:31 am 
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nice kane...

I also wanna replace my brake levers... maybe I'll just save up a lot of money then go to singapore or hongkong and buy a lot of parts


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* got a new braided stainless steel line for rear brake, now it's same as front line
* painted front reservoir tank cap in gold and installed it with new master cylinder
* didn't install new fuel filter, my mechanic asked not to :box he says there is already a filter inside of the tank so no need of another :help but i want to because this filter is so cool, red colored mesh around it and both ends finished in stainless steel :Lick


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* Oil Changed with Oil Filter, Switched Brand (Motul) 3000 4T Mineral 20w50 (hoping to use 300v 15w50 FS again)
NO Castrol ATM
* ODO: 29,000KM


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looks like i missed Motul FS Oil update here :eek
anyway, now i have removed air box and cleaned. i am hoping to install new fuel line since mine is damaged and i have cut it several time
i bought new braided line

i am thinking about installing a new fuel filter (again)


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Just got some cheap levers and grips off of eBay, not too bad for ~$30! Need new bar ends though.

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i am still on the fence, do i really need an inline fuel filter? i know we have one inside the fuel tank?!

recently i had problems with my fuel filter out side of the tank. misfiring issues, running like no fuel inside the tank
so i took that filter out, so far so good

but some people think we must have another
i really don't want to cut braided line :blast


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KANE wrote:
i am still on the fence, do i really need an inline fuel filter? i know we have one inside the fuel tank?!

recently i had problems with my fuel filter out side of the tank. misfiring issues, running like no fuel inside the tank
so i took that filter out, so far so good

but some people think we must have another
i really don't want to cut braided line :blast


I don't personally think you need one, some people just use them for extra confidence/piece of mind etc. Make sure the one in the tank is in good condition and you'll be fine.


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MikeyAC92 wrote:
KANE wrote:
i am still on the fence, do i really need an inline fuel filter? i know we have one inside the fuel tank?!

recently i had problems with my fuel filter out side of the tank. misfiring issues, running like no fuel inside the tank
so i took that filter out, so far so good

but some people think we must have another
i really don't want to cut braided line :blast


I don't personally think you need one, some people just use them for extra confidence/piece of mind etc. Make sure the one in the tank is in good condition and you'll be fine.

yeah man, yesterday i installed braided line without any inline filter
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 Post Posted: Thu Sep 26, 2013 9:39 am 
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I'd just like to point out that I removed those crappy aluminum grips, though the levers are perfectly fine. So if you're checking eBay and see those cheap grips, I'd advise against buying any. I wasn't expecting much tbh from such a cheap set but yeah, the build quality ain't that great, nor is the rubber. Better off buying a new set of factory Honda grips!


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MikeyAC92 wrote:
I'd just like to point out that I removed those crappy aluminum grips, though the levers are perfectly fine. So if you're checking eBay and see those cheap grips, I'd advise against buying any. I wasn't expecting much tbh from such a cheap set but yeah, the build quality ain't that great, nor is the rubber. Better off buying a new set of factory Honda grips!

they are worthless!! those grips here for scooters they crack and sticky after.. like month we never use them

honda grips or progrips that's what i have/had in mine. levers fine i have no issues with them. you might need to tight it's adjuster once in a while thats it :D


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Incoming :blast :blast
time for service after this
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Oil Changed: 30,000Kms on Clocks
Oil Brand: Motul
Type: 10w40 100% SYNTHESE
Oil Changed with Brand new Oil Filter

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Now its 35,000KMs on

Tasks
Oil: i'll stick with THE expensive Motul 300V 10w40
Filters: OEM Air Filter and yes it's gonna be OEM Oil Filter, here its more than 3x price Costs than MEIWA Japan Filter
Plugs: i might need some OEM plugs, NGK; perhaps i'll buy IRIDIUMS... again :Bang

Now that may cost over 20k LKR or 160USD 8o

here is the big one, and my favorite
New Exhaust, slip on may be.... and it should be WR'S, single side...
lets see if i may
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Cool Stuff Just Before my Service,

Did you know....

Oil(Fully Synthetic Oil) in my Bike is alomost 1Y and 1M Old??? :copper
Spark Plugs(NGK IRIDIUM) are 2Y 9M Old and Still using.... :kissmyass
Air Filter(Genuine) is 2Y 8M Used(Cleaned in several times).... ??? :pissed

and its only 5500Km done in 12M Period

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Service Done: 2014/08/29
KMs on The Meter: 35200

Oil Changed: Motul 300v Ester Core 10w40 fully Synthetic
Oil Filter: Genuine Japan with O Rings Changed
Air Filter: Genuine Japan
Spark Plugs: 4x NGK Iridium CR9EH-IX

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Other: Bought a New K2 Silencer


Battery is not chaging enough with my HID on, may be rectifier or alternator???? :Bang


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KANE wrote:
Service Done: 2014/08/29
KMs on The Meter: 35200

Oil Changed: Motul 300v Ester Core 10w40 fully Synthetic
Oil Filter: Genuine Japan with O Rings Changed
Air Filter: Genuine Japan
Spark Plugs: 4x NGK Iridium CR9EH-IX

Pics Soon

Other: Bought a New K2 Silencer


Battery is not chaging enough with my HID on, may be rectifier or alternator???? :Bang


this reminds me that I also need to change my engine oil...


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 Post Posted: Mon Sep 22, 2014 3:23 pm 
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Everything i bought :D
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Motul 300v Ester Core 10w40
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NGK Iridium CR9EH-IX
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Genuine Oil Filter with O-Rings
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Genuine Air Filter
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Next:
Need to Check Rectifier then perhaps new set of Turn lights

Any thought on LED Headlights with a cooling fan attached? :puke


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 Post Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2014 1:58 pm 
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tomorrow i am gonna shopping for new items
got money :love

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* New LED Turn lights with parking light(3 wire each)
* Projector lens for headlight
* New rectifier
* Colour full brake oil reservoir tank front
* Tank pad with thick resin and some Stickers :hb


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2014/09/24

Bought two new Aftermarket Products

* Brake Oil Reservoir Tank Front - Orange Color
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* New Rectifier
(Looks like my Old Rectifier is burnt, after installing New one, i can Ignite with HID light On) :love

Pics Soon


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2014/10/05
Bought a new Chain Lube (Wurth Dry Lube) and a Master Link DID 520V

Chain Lube thing disappeared as soon as i sprayed :eek i can't even see or feel after few minutes.. really dry and its expensive than Motul Road Factory :blast
will update about this lube later

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Incoming

* New Chain Sprockets
Now: D.I.D Professional ORing 525V Gold with Genuine Sprockets (14t F/45t R)
Replaced: 2011/Dec
ODO: 17,000 KMs

* New Tire Set
Now: F: Dunlop Sportmax GPR 200 (120/70-16)
Replaced: 2011/Sep
ODO: 17000KM
R: Dunlop Sportmax D220 ST P (180/55-17)
Replaced: 2013/Mar
ODO: 27000KMs


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2015/03/16

Bought...
* New Tire Set
F: Dunlop Sportmax GPR 200 130/70-16
R: Dunlop Roadsmart 180/55-17
Cost: 33,700 LKR

* Engine Oil 3L
Motul 300V 10w40 Fully Synthetic
Cost: 8400 LKR

* Genuine Oil Filter
Japanese Yellow Form With O Rings
Cost: 1850 LKR

* Genuine Air Filter
Japanese with Red Form
Cost: 4250 LKR

* New Seat Cover
Black and Coupled(2 Parts)
Cost: 1000LKR

Total Cost: 50000 LKR = $375 :Bang
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2015/04/10

i've got something like this...
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Guess What i am going to do.... :Lick


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2015/04
Coolant Expansion Tank
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2015/05/26
Bought Harris Performance Grips :ahhdiddums
Hornet Type, Blue!

Old Grips, Very Hard Rubber :(
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Sweet Stuffs, Made in Italy :love
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Rear Tire:
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Front:
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Total Cost: 33700LKR


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Hey after very long time.... :ahhdiddums

2016/07/15
New Items in my Hornet

* Two LED fogs, 3000lm each(angel eye, hi,low,flash)
* 3000lm LED headlight
* Brand new Air Horn
* Coolest thing ever, New LED Turns, custom made (2015 Dodge Charger's daylight type)

Pics Soon :p


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