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The sport rim here is branded Daiichi Alloy made from Thailand. It is very nice and eye-catching.

The exhaust pipe here is TENCUT Racing Pipe made from Philippine. For me, I prefer the exhaust from YY Pang and AHM since it is already tested and used in Malaysian Cub Prix Championship. But I don’t know if the TENCUT pipe is used in racing in Philippine.
Yamaha LC135 or Sniper in Bermuda

Yamaha LC135 is also known as Sniper in certain country such as Bermuda. The bike is not much different with what we have here in Malaysia. The rear brake is drum. The front brake is still one piston caliper even though the bike is equipped with manual clutch [in Malaysia the front brake is two-piston caliper for manual clutch version]. One thing that amazes me is the rims. I wonder what brand and model of rim it is. The exhaust has been already modified to a new one.

Different sticker design for Yamaha LC135

The other differences that we can spot is the design of the sticker, where it is written Sniper on the side fender. This bike belongs to Stephen in Bermuda.

Thanks Stephen for the picture!
LC135 is known as X1R in Thailand. The differences can be spotted from the missing of front head lamp replaced by a bigger lamp on the fairing. (more…)
Old shoutbox with chats from Yamaha motorcyles fan.

The old Yamaha MotoMalaya shoutbox has been replaced with a new shoutbox that is more user friendly. The new box is on the right side of this page.

For all the commentators, thank you very much. Your comments are really appreciated.

The above article is taken from

In 2008, there are four dominant bike that is used for Malaysian Cub Prix racing.
The bikes involved in the racing are:

Yamaha Lagenda 110Z
Honda Wave 125S
Kriss 120 Sports
Suzuki Shogun 125

For more info and worthwhile reading,
hit the links for Malaysian Cub Prix Bikes

Yamaha LC 135 50 Years Anniversary Coverset Side View. Original footrest has been removed and replaced with Yamaha racing footrest.

Front disc brake has been upgraded to bigger disc. Fork also has been replaced with LC 135 Trust inverted telescopic fork (fork terbalik / upside down fork). The caliper used is still one-piston kit from the original stock. The rim used is the same rim design used in Kawasaki ZX-6R also known as ‘rim tulang ikan’ (fish bone rim).

Close up view of the LC 135 inverted telescopic fork with TRUST logo. Look carefully!

Gazi gas monoshock rear suspension has been choosen since it can make the ride more firmer and dampen the suspension a little further than the original.

More Gazi gas monoshock suspension view.

The fairing has been customised with a little bit of eyelid.

Carbon fibre style front mudguard.

Yamaha logo on brake lever. Very nice and stylish.

Seat has been cut to get a lower riding position.

Notice the footrest which is branded YAMAHA not Racing Boy as most people would use.

More views of the YAMAHA branded footrest.

Also notice this brake is NISSIN branded, not Racing Boy. This brake is taken from the X1R version of LC 135 where the rear disc brake is standard in Thailand.

More view for the rear disc brake.

The exhaust used for this bike is AHM. There are several brand of racing exhaust that can be fitted to LC 135 being the Arrow and the most popular YY Pang. I have asked for the price for the AHM, and the shop told me it is cheap compared to the original LC 135 Catalyzer exhaust that cost about RM480. So, will you change your exhaust?

Exhaust bracket YAMAHA.

Overall view of AHM exhaust, YAMAHA racing footrest and NISSIN rear disc brake installation. Copy This!

Next I will bring to you YAMAHA X1R Coverset! Keep coming!


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