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    Honda NSR 150RR for sale

    I'm selling my bike and it's in great shape with many new parts. 20,000 baht

    Front and rear IRC tires

    New inner metal/rubber rear wheel bushings

    New brake pads front and rear

    New front brake master cylinder

    New OEM on/off switch


    New front and rear sprockets


    New chain


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    That looks incredibly gay.

    Who would buy a 150cc motorbike, even the Honda Waves are bigger nowadays.

    You'd look a right plonker on that, getting outgunned by Somchai on his Aerox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    That looks incredibly gay.
    He's finally found a boyfriend, no need for the bike anymore . . . but nice yard - living the life, eh . . .


    Anyway, good luck in selling it

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    ^^ post up a pic of a 150cc+ Wave please, dying to see one.


    Nice classic. Try posting on Kaidee if you can, I've had good results there.

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    Aweful colour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Aweful colour.
    I rather like the colour of the wheels; reminds me of an old 2-stroke Honda NSR I had back in my teens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Who would buy a 150cc motorbike,
    It's a 2 stroke.

    They're not allowed to be manufactured any more. Haven't been for quite a while.

    There was an NSR250 stroke sold, but never in Thailand. That was a machine.


    The NSR150SP came with 40HP as stock. The RR version is a bit less.


    The 150cc scooters will have around 17-19HP.

    Your 300cc Forza mobility scooter has 25HP.




    Need anymore lessons, Hippoboy?


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    My 125 NSR-K had well over 30bhp and was good for 85mph on motorway runs; nippy and good fun. Sounded like a hair-dryer though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Aweful colour.
    They were legally sold here, so can likely go to a Honda dealer and order in the rest of the decals quite easily and cheaply.




    (SP Version)


    I wouldn't mind it as a kind of project bike, would look great with a good paint job and seats reupholstered.



    Though not with the seats or wheels from that pic.

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    Nice pix Lu: quite attractive "The clothes do make the man"...


    as far as eliminators bike THB 20k not a bad price

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    280 thb for the decals here.

    I'd order them and then take new pics.

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    Forgot to mention but I just got the new registration and insurance done for another year so it's ready to go and is a fast runner.

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    The 2-strokes are a lot of fun; mine:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliminator View Post
    Forgot to mention but I just got the new registration and insurance done for another year so it's ready to go and is a fast runner.
    It looks like a nice enough bike and probably a fair price at 20k. How old is it, Eli?

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    Don't know exactly but about 20 years old but it was rebuilt engine wise completely by a farang guy that used to work for Chevy in Thailand about 8-9 years ago and then I got the bike. I got it up to 160+ before I ran out of road back then but then I had to give up the racing bit a few years ago. 555

    I'll check the book as I did do a color change to give any buyer a clean bike to work with on sticker changes

    Thanks Naverna, it is a very nice bike and I doubt anyone here could find one in this great a shape for anywhere near this price. I invite anyone to come and take a test ride as long as you have the money to put down first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    They were legally sold here, so can likely go to a Honda dealer and order in the rest of the decals quite easily and cheaply.




    (SP Version)
    The 150 SP and 250 SP are really a trick bikes. Same configuration as the GP bike.



    Been looking at this one above to add to my "Laundry Room" as David48 said. Wife rolls her eyes, says you have an RVF. Women......they never get it...

    2 strokes are really fun. I had a NSR 150RR 2 stroke for about 5 years. Eliminators moto is a good fun moto even though not a SP version. Getting hard to find. A YVPS Yamaha TZM would be another fun one.

    Good Luck with the sale Eliminator..

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    Getting hard to find
    Buy it. Good price and TD could use a nice restoration thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Buy it. Good price and TD could use a nice restoration thread.
    I have 3 motos now and can't ride any of them because I am working. Eliminators moto looks in good shape. Simple decal kit off ebay and powder coat the wheels a different color and it would be a rider.

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    Rode an NSR out to Erawan National Park from Kanchanaburi once.

    Fun little bike but not recommended for anything more than a commute for those of us over or around 5-11" - 6 ft I reckon.

    Damn near vibrated my wrists to pieces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Fun little bike but not recommended for anything more than a commute for those of us over or around 5-11" - 6 ft I reckon.
    Should be ok for you then, at 5-8" . . . comfort as!

    (Yes, yes . . . "pH, go f... yourself")

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    The 2-strokes are a lot of fun; mine:


    Nice bike BB

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    Go fuc... Oh:

    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat
    (Yes, yes . . . "pH, go f... yourself")
    Never mind, I see you already have.

    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat
    Should be ok for you then, at 5-8" . . . comfort as!
    I sometimes forget that according to Forum Fact #325 I'm supposed to be short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    I sometimes forget that according to Forum Fact #325 I'm supposed to be short.
    Forum Fact #325 states that you're 5-6" . . . I 'bigged you up' a bit. You're welcome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    That looks incredibly gay.

    Who would buy a 150cc motorbike, even the Honda Waves are bigger nowadays.

    You'd look a right plonker on that, getting outgunned by Somchai on his Aerox.
    Er, no.
    # You get street cred riding one of these from all the Thai street racers. Lotsa thumbs up.
    # You do realize these will pull 120 mph /180 kph in good condition?
    # I have never seen a PCX/Aerox/Homo scooter go past me ever at those speeds, have you?
    # Yes they don't look right on 6 footers, the cockpit is a bit tight.
    They are very unpractical, but very reliable (100k kms not unheard of), and bloody good fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Buy it. Good price and TD could use a nice restoration thread.
    The price is average for the condition shown, these are still very common, look on the Thai bike websites like Kaidee Mocy and Smokybike.
    A dime a dozen ranging from 10-25k. You can pick up a nice SP (SSSA) for 30k.
    The Yamaha TZM and TZR can be had even cheaper.
    The top bike over here was always, and still is, the Kawasaki KRR. Very popular with the kids in the know.
    Top dollar too. A nice one will always fetch more than a pristine NSR150 RR SP. Quite common to see 50-60k prices for full farkled out bikes.
    The only one of the 3 that runs a mechanical power valve. The other two (Honda/Yamaha) both run servo operated pv's, so you need a working battery in the harness/system.
    I have a Thai mate who runs a small corner shop, factory trained mechanic, repairs the usual run of the mill crap, but he specializes in buying, and doing up KRR's.
    Starting prices around 40k for a bike with new rims, tyres, brake discs, paint, posh expansion chamber, alloy braced swingarm, yada nada da bing.
    He has done the other side of Udon to Buri Ram AND BACK in 8 hours on his own personal bike. It will do 200 kph.
    I have ridden it. At 120 it is effortless, sitting at 5k rpm in 6th gear, whack the throttle it goes straight round to 160kph and still plenty left. At 160 it was enough for me, in shorts and flip flops and 6'3", a gorilla on a kids bicycle....
    ... gotta lotta thumbs up from the Thai kids coming back into town.....
    As i said, these things have more street cred than a boring CB500.

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