50 pasukan dan hampir 150 penunggang daripada 20 negara yang berbeza dijangka akan memulakn perlumbaan kali pertama ini. Berikut adalah beberapa fakta penting yang anda patut tahu tentang perlumbaan 8 Jam Sepang yang akan berlangsung pada Sabtu, 14 Disember.Continue reading “8 Jam Sepang: Fakta Penting”
Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia, owned by Fast Bikes Sdn Bhd, previewed the 2020 Street Triple RS in conjunction with the Malaysian MotoGP at Sepang International Circuit.
It is said that the new Street Triple RS will produce more horses and torque, a more aggressive riding style.Continue reading “TRIUMPH Malaysia Previews 2020 Street Triple RS 765”
Since the first introduction of Kawasaki Genuine Oil (“KGO”) last year in November, Kawasaki Motors Malaysia Sdn Bhd (“KMMSB”) launches a new product line up with higher grade of lubricant over the Malaysian MotoGP weekend at Sepang International Circuit.
The latest products presented are Torq R7, and Torq R9, a fully synthetic four-stroke 10W-40 API-SN and fully synthetic four-stroke 10W-50 API-SN rated lubricant respectively. Both products come with 100% PAO base oil content. PAO stands for Polyalphaolefin is by far the most common major synthetic based oil used in industrial and automotive lubricant. The PAO is chemically designed to withstand high temperatures and stress without sacrificing the engine’s performance.Continue reading “KAWASAKI Malaysia Launches New Genuine Oil Products”
Jika anda peminat motosikal atau pernah menukar komponen motosikal, pasti anda pernah dengar nama-nama seperti Showa, Nissin atau Keihin. Ketiga-tiga jenama ini adalah milik Honda Motor Company. Walaubagaimanapun, nama-nama ini akan lenyap dari pasaran tidak lama lagi.Continue reading “Selamat Jalan Showa, Nissin dan Keihin: Honda dan Hitachi Umum Gabungan Jenama”
Kawasaki Motors (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (KMSB) baru saja memperkenalkan dua lagi minyak enjin yang akan menyertai barisan produk mereka yang sedia ada.Continue reading “Kawasaki Malaysia Perkenal Minyak Enjin Baharu”
PETRONAS Lubricants Marketing Malaysia (“PLMM”) together with with PETRONAS Lubricant International (“PLI”) today hosted a media preview of a new range of its flagship motorcycle oils, PETRONAS Sprinta with UltraFlex™. Designed to react instantaneously to changing road and riding conditions, the lubricant’s new technology protects the bike’s critical areas and provide exceptional engine performance and longer bike life.
With growing traffic congestion and unpredictable road conditions, riders are always on alert to avoid untoward consequences. These intense riding conditions impose stress on bike engines and wear out moving parts quickly, impacting engine performance and power output. This not only affects safety and the riding experience, but can also be costly for bike owners.
Engineered to come alive, PETRONAS Sprinta with UltraFlex™ technology immediately reacts and delivers exceptional defence and performance for riders to get ahead. Its unique formulation responds instantly and flexibly to the multitude demands of the bike’s critical parts – the engine, clutch and gears. Even at high RPM, the lubricant maintains its film pressures. This allows riders to experience instant response to rapid acceleration, enjoying the exhilaration of leaning into road bends and corners.
Thew new range of oil is also designed to meet the latest and most stringent global environmental standards to take effect in 2020, such as the Euro 5 and Bharat Stage (BS) VI requirements.
The new PETRONAS Sprinta with UltraFlex™ is priced between RM 15 to RM 67 per bottle in West Malaysia and in East Malaysia, all the products range would be priced RM 1 more than in West Malaysia. The new engine oil will be available at PETRONAS Mesra stores and PETRONAS Partner Workshops from mid-November onwards.
It will also be introduced globally in phases beginning with India and Thailand in first quarter 2020, followed by Indonesia, Vietnam and other countries thereafter.