Any VFR owners in South East Asia?

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  1. sino74

    sino74 New Member

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    hola..
    one more to add in e family nucleus...
    im from Singapore...Sngapore is a FINE country.
    * just found out theirs such a thread for SEA.

    :cheersaf:
     
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    Hey Sino,
    Check out our friend from Thailand dalexander...

    Perhaps meet up during future 2 Nation Trips????
     
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    cebu city, philippines. '87 vfr400r. last time i rode it was in 1992-1993.
     
  4. Dalexander

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    Hi Sino, Hi Mirkhanus,
    2 nation trip sounds good to me! So far I toured most of the North and North East of Thailand. (I skipped the south so far as it means a long trip from Bangkok before it gets more interesting, but it's still something I will do someday). Yesterday I went out with two friends for a short trip up to KaoYai (national park not far from Bangkok) and we extended it to a much wider circle and ended up riding 800km in 12 hours. Some of it fast but most of it dodging traffic. It was excellent and I am always enjoying the VFR. It was not my number one bike to get, that would have been the Blackbird but I never found one in Thailand. I had a list of bikes and it was a bit like playing the lottery waiting that one of them would come up for sale. The VFR came first and I bought it on the spot without really knowing much about the bike. But it was a good decision. The only thing nagging me is the sound or actually the lack of it. Last week I checked the exhaust threads on this site and got enough feedback to make up my mind to get an aftermarket exhaust. I ordered a Leo Vince and should have it in about 2 weeks. I really hope it will be money well spent. Does either of you have experience with aftermarket exhausts?
    What about riding in Singapore? Are you doing all your riding there or are you riding into Malaysia? I am toying with the idea to spend a week or so riding in Malaysia. Would you have any recommendations? I would be grateful.
    Thanks and enjoy riding
    Axel
     
  5. Dalexander

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    hm, ok, I just looked at the pictures of your bikes and saw you have the factory exhausts. So you have more stable personalities.. And I read your threads and found you do ride into Malaysia. How is riding in Malaysia? Especially off the highways?
    Axel (Dalexander)
     
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    im from Vietnam. i think i am the only Viffer in Vietnam who join this forum cause there is only three VFR800 in Vietnam and only mine is non-restriction version, other two was imported from Japan.
    Good to know you guys. Cheers
     
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    most of the Viffer in tis little red dot prefers Lazer... Leo vince available here too.. we have a very strict rule on after-market exhaust therefore not much of a choice here... for me, i m having a high mount GPR as mine was a 5th gen...

    Msia highways is place for ppl to test their top speed, nothin much.. but its dangerous esp at nite.. some places might not have enuff lightings and slow moving lorries...

    Off highways, it is more interesting... there are a couple of places wif all the twisties and corner and stuffs.... :thumbsup:
     
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    we have blood sucking creatures all over the CBD areas, and it is slowly moving into neighbourhoods!
     
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    i oso ride on this east coast road b4... from SG > Kluang, instead of mersing... nice twist and turn :thumbsup:

    From Kluang back to SG, i use North South Highway... BORING!!
     
  11. sino74

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    seems like spiderweb has intrude here...:biggrin:
     

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    Hi Guys, I'm from Singapore also...
     
  13. VietHorse

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    Hi guys!!

    Xin chào from Vietnam!

    I have owned a 2005VFR800 and left her to a better guy...
    Now I am having another marriage with a 2007VFR800-ABS.
    She has done almost a circle around the world... Made in Japan for US market. Hanging around with a American guy for about 1600miles, then married me here, in Vietnam.
    She is in dark-red skirt, performance so well... I love the way she loves me...

    Hey, glad to see a Vietnamese here. Are you still having your VFR? There are about 4-5 VFR in VN now. Mine may be the newest one..., with ABS.
     
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    Xin chào anh!...
    Great to see Vietnamese words on VFRW... However, dun wanna make this as a private chat... hihi...
    Here we have lots of roads to ride... We normally ride at the weekend and getting outside of HCMC. Our favorite is riding on the twisty mountain roads. There quite numbers of twisty mountain passes and also seaside road to hang around.
    You may know that the western side of Vietnam is mostly highland, and the eastern side is seaside. There are many connecting roads from the west to the east, those are twisty passes and we love to ride on.
     
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    Hi all,

    I am fr Singapore and riding the VFR1200F.

    This is the forum for some discussion.

    Honda VFR1200 - Page 2
     
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    Just to say hello from Singapore.New owner for a 2009 VFR800
     
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    Hi. From kuala lumpur


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    2009 VFR800 ABS ........................ Philippines

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