GPX Malaysia terus merancakkan segmen motosikal 200cc dengan pelancaran Demon GR200RR Da Corsa 2 Edisi Terhad untuk pasaran tempatan dengan harga jualan rasmi RM12,588. 

Jenama motosikal Thailand ini semakin popular di Malaysia terutamanya menerusi sportsbike GPX Demon GR200R

Untuk rekod, GR200R Da Corsa 2 ini telah pun diperkenalkan di Thailand pada November tahun lalu. GR200R Da Corsa 2 ini merupakan model edisi kedua setelah Da Corsa edisi pertama dilancarkan pada 2020. 

Bagaimanapun, model edisi pertama itu dikuasakan enjin satu silinder 198cc SOHC dengan 2-valves manakala edisi terbaru ini bernadikan enjin satu silinder 198cc dengan 4-valves. 

Hasilnya GPX Demon GR200R Da Corsa 2 ini menawarkan 19.1hp pada 9,000rpm dan 17.45Nm pada 7,500rpm. Kuasa enjin pula disalurkan kepada tayar belakang menerusi transmisi manual 6-kelajuan. 

GR200R Da Corsa 2 Edisi Terhad ini juga menawarkan beberapa ciri moden seperti model standard antaranya lampu LED penuh (depan dan belakang, panel meter digital berwarna, serta penggunaan tayar IRC. 

Sistem suspensi pula terdiri daripada fork depan  jenis USD yang dipadankan bersama monoshock jenama YSS di belakang.  GPX juga melengkapkan GR200R Da Corsa 2 ini dengan rantai DID yang berkualiti. 

Menariknya, versi Da Corsa 2 ini juga menawarkan peta Litar Mugello di bahagian tangki sekaligus tampak lebih segak dan premium. 

Antara ciri lain ditawarkan termasuk:

  • tangki 11L
  • rim 17-inci dengan 100/80 depan dan 140/70 di belakang. 
  • ketinggian tempat duduk 815mm
  • berat 155kg

Menurut GPX Malaysia, GR200R Da Corsa 2 ini datang dengan tiga warna piliha; Daytona Black, Da Corsa Blue, dan Racing Grey.

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  • Body positioning on a motorcycle affects its handling.

  • It also affects the rider’s comfort.

  • Always remember to keep the arms and upper body relaxed.

We loved the Yamaha YZF-R15 when we reviewed the lightweight sportbike, only to hear that there were complaints that “it’s not comfortable” due to its riding position.

We were truly surprised by the remark as the R15’s clip-on handlebars are actually quite high up, comparing to those on larger-capacity sportbikes such as the Yamaha YZF-R1, and even more extreme Ducati Panigale.


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Though it may be somewhat of a new bike, even the manic 2015 Yamaha YZF-R1 and YZF-R1M superbikes will need to undergo a recall at some point. In this recent case, Yamaha has issued a recall for both its new flagship superbike models to fix a small yet potentially dangerous issue.


According to trusted sources, Yamaha’s recall for both the new R1 and R1M sees it addressing a potentially faulty oil delivery pipe O-ring. Additionally, Yamaha had this to say on its official website:

‘It is possible for an oil leak to occur, from the O-Ring on the Oil Delivery Pipe where it enters the engine case, because of improper assembly of the components. If a leak occurs, oil could leak onto the exhaust and in extreme circumstances the oil could catch fire.’


Though the 2015 Yamaha YZF-R1 and YZF-R1M aren’t offered here in Malaysia officially, we at are aware of its presence via grey importers. Should you own one, we highly recommend you to have this issue looked at by a specialist garage as soon as possible.

Also worth noting here is that this is not the 2015 YZF-R1 model’s first recall. This new potential fire hazard comes after a recent recall for the R1’s faulty transmission components. The latter problem had forced the Japanese bike maker to issue a ‘stop sale’ order to its American dealers pending the fault’s rectification.

Sources: Visordown and Asphaltandrubber ( Link 1 / Link 2 )


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