Headlight Booster

Want more JUICE out of your stock headlight, and do not want to modify your existing wiring. Click to learn more.

HID charging conversion

Are you tired of Battery depletion everytime you uses your newly installed High Intensity Discharge Headlight, Click for solutions.

Fixing OIL drain plug thread

Are you looking for fixing that oil drain plug that went bad and unable to thread that bolt due to loose thread, Here is an easy solution for, CLICK for detais.

Led Light Solution

Wanting to conserve battery power of your motorcycle? Why not change all of your indicator BULBS, such as signal light, tail light and brake light to LED BULBS. Click for more info.

HOW CDI WORKS

CDI is the heart of your ignition, wanting more power than STOCK but do not want to buy such RACING CDI? You need to know how it work first to understand where to START improving the ignition. Click for more.

Horn Interrupter

Want to have a horn sounds like a machine gun that produces successive sound with only one press of the HORN switch, add spice to that annoying stock horn, CLICK for details.

Reusable OIL filter mod

Paper element OIL filter tends to suffer from clogging, so why not try this filter mod I am using with my small motorcycle for more OIL flow.

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Last Updated: July 24, 2011

Lowering Front Shocks

Lowering front suspension on motorcycles offers ride height improvement and drive ability, but this depends on how we approach to do it. Some uses the slipping method in where the telescopic tube is adjusted from the locking nut of the T-post as shown, I just really dont know how secure this approach, because of the tube may slip from time due to heavy bumps on the road. If you will analyze the tube, there is a groove
for the first bolt to secure the telscopic tube not to slip off in its place. That is what the groove stands for. To lower the fork the right way, we need to understand what makes up the front fork, how they work, what components that makes the whole front suspensions.
By dismantling it although i have troubles removing the damping rod bolt at the end of the fork looks like this part by part. CONTINUE reading........



Last Updated: July 22, 2011

LED lights

Led lighting solution for motorcycle are the trends of enthusiast from filament bulbs of their signal lights thus improving night time visibility and faster response of LED including signal lights, tail lights and brake lights, soon even headlights will be led..THIS is light emitting diode era anyway.
My DIY led amber signal lights.
All you need is a PCB board, couple of leds, resistor of 470ohms for the three in series, a wedge type holder, a small signal diode 1n4148 for reverse polarity protection..and a solder know how technique.



this is how it lights offset from the camera to see the effect.












HID installation on motorcycle

High intensity discharge or HID is very common nowadays here in my country when it comes to motorcycle headlamp because of its usefulness at night covering almost all of your front view for better driveablity during night time.
The process of installing this might need some electrical know how on motorcycles, know how to trace the right supply path, and using heavy gauges wire to prevent malfunction as to some are experiencing.
When you open up the box, you'll see the components of a HID system
1. The BULB
2. the wiring harness
3. The ballast...( 12 volts to 23kv to 85v dc-dc converter)
4...The RELAY

The relay must be provided always when dealing with electrical surges of motorcycle to prevent the ballast fro absorbing the SUDDEN incoming current surge that may damage the ballast....(very common problem)
FOR INSTALLATION..........read more


Last Updated: July 21, 2011

Sinski scooter 150cc restoration exteriors

Front fork suspension before and after.
Engine side..(BELT CVT cover before re applying new paint. front fork tube and BELT CVT cover with gray primer applied for new paint.
 side body cover with gray primer applied after sanding and old paint remove..ready for re painting.
 Side body cover before re applying new paint...
The speedometer head cover before I removed the original color for sanding and applying gray primer for new color painting.
Newly painted side body cover and front headlight cover partially, no top coating applied...












Sinski Scooter 150cc

I am in the  process of restoring a sinski scooter150cc with a GY6 based engine that was stock for a year and so. Before it was handed over to me by my cousin, it rocks. The engine running very smoothly, and even running fast due to its 150cc engine. I was terribly surprised of what he did to this scooter after. they just stored  the scooter for in no particular reason at all, getting soaked in rains, directly hit by sunlight after..until the chassis begins to corrode, and body kit color fading away. And so i immediately came to my senses to get the scooter and try to restore it to its beauty and rocks the road again.

This is the picture after i remove the body kit, and just look at the chassis.

Im in the process of applying red primer after scraping all the rust on some parts of the chassis to save it.

but from the time being since i need to gather all the materials for the restoration, i'll let her sleep for a while. I hope at least 90% of the original beauty will re surface on this scooter.

The body kit had cracks on its pinted surfaces..perhaps due to temperature changes, stuck up throttle cable, front brake master inoperable, with left front shock absorber leaking fluids.

  The chassis was totally corroded and may weaken it. This will be the very first thing to do with this bike.


Last Updated: July 17, 2011

Suzuki Hayate 2011 street racer edition

2011 suzuki hayate street racer version offers more sporty look from its predecessor.
with a variation of titanium black and orange tone.










Recomposition looks ranging from casual view mirror model combined brake handle with color harmony beremblem MotoGP motorcycle body.
 Suzuki Hayate street racer a more elegant look, body look more sporty and make the rider a more manly look
 Suzuki hayate street racer softer suspension has been designed specially for use as flexible so as to dampen the hard shock of the latter.
Suzuki Hayate disc brakes street racer has also been modified to use technological disc-quality slab that looks more dynamic and more handsome look

Last Updated: July 06, 2011

Wave 125 S Panel Repair

Recently, a friend of mine is asking if i can repair his Honda Wave 125 S speedometer panel that is not functioning. No power, no activity. I said of course. so he handed it to me, and test. Before i opened the said panel, i needed to have a wiring diagram of the model, and here it is.
Although the picture seems blurred when i got it from a site, the color coding is enough for me to know which is the positive and negative line of the supply so that i can power up the board without having is entire bike, and so i powered the panel...NOTHING...no activity.







 My first visual inspection on the parts, i found out that one of the transistor at the regulator part have BLACK marks on its solder...it means it was burnt by a mistake somewhere by the owner on its motorcycle wiring that causes the panel to FAIL..


If you can see it on the picture TR102 solder, has a BLACK mark, so i immediately test it with my digital diode tester, Im not surprise of the outcome, there..the transistor pins are all shorted. in all probe points.