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Honda Msx 125

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Is the yellow color not available in thailand 'coz i've seen on the inetrnet that there are four colors: red, black, white and yellow. Thanks

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Wow these bikes have just landed in the uk this week £2600 = 117,000bht

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Test drove one , not practical at all but sure is a blast to zip around on.

 

Local price has just gone up on these with most shops claiming a 2 month wait.

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Test drove one , not practical at all but sure is a blast to zip around on.
 
Local price has just gone up on these with most shops claiming a 2 month wait.

Sumet Cycles has a couple available now. I've no idea what the price is though.

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Brian at Sumet gave me this info a couple of week ago.

 

73,000 (includes tax, registration, third person insurance, and helmet)

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Brian at Sumet gave me this info a couple of week ago.

 

73,000 (includes tax, registration, third person insurance, and helmet)

Yes, that is the current price. I have two white models in stock at the moment. Thanks.

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I have a brand new never ridden red one I got from Sumet, was gonna take it back to the states but they are gonna sell em here, will never have enough time to ride it much when I am in BKK...70k if anyone wants it!

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Brian at Sumet gave me this info a couple of week ago.

 

73,000 (includes tax, registration, third person insurance, and helmet)

Yes, that is the current price. I have two white models in stock at the moment. Thanks.

 

Do you have the yellow color in these bikes?

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Does anyone know if the MSX125 is available in Bangkok in Yellow? In the north the only colors are Black, White and Red.

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there is yellow in chiang mai, theres one parked in my parking lot.

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^ I had a yellow VF750S on my drive, but Honda never painted it that way.

 

I'm sure you can buy the yellow panels & tank from Honda.

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To the best of my knowledge Kawasaki and Honda are the only two who make pit bikes, in Thailand - everything else is made abroad..

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The KLX125 is a taller dirt bike.

The Dtracker125 is a closer comparison but really the KSR is the main competition.

The DTX125 seems a taller bike for Farangs but it is air cooled so probably makes less power.

http://www.kawasaki.co.th/th/motorcycle_08_dtracker125.asp

 

The MSX has more modern technology than all, but it is short.

I think they look cool and can't fault anyone for riding one.

 

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The KLX125 is a taller dirt bike.

The Dtracker125 is a closer comparison but really the KSR is the main competition.

The DTX125 seems a taller bike for Farangs but it is air cooled so probably makes less power.

http://www.kawasaki.co.th/th/motorcycle_08_dtracker125.asp

 

The MSX has more modern technology than all, but it is short.

I think they look cool and can't fault anyone for riding one.

 

 

Okay, cheers. Wasn't aware that Kawasaki had more than one model in its off-road bike array.
 

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A bit of a dead topic...but found this today. Made me really think about dropping the coin on getting one:

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A bit of a dead topic...but found this today. Made me really think about dropping the coin on getting one:

These are not stock msx though.

But this bike gained the cult status already. They sols 50k msx in thailand what i read!

Besides, great bike to play with both ride and mech.

Lots of aftermarket options as well.

Seen some too notch ones at last bike fest.

Also seen a nice and clever swing arm extension recetly like a switchblade. You can extend it or make it shorter, up to your needs. Nice!

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