Just got home from the First Yamaha Club Day and launching party of their new flagship. The All-New Yamaha Sniper MX. Another mean machine said to be designed to run well on Philippine road and weather condition and will be out in the market for the price of P92K only.
The Sniper MX Specifications
Engine type Liquid-cooled 4-stroke ,SOHC, 4-valve
Rear Disc Brake
Cylinders Single cylinder
Displacement 134.4 cm3
Starter Electric starter and kick starter
Lubrication Wet sump
Engine oil capacity 1.15 L
Fuel tank volume 4.0 L
Ignition DC C.D.I.
and equipped with Yamaha latest technology, the DiaSil Cylinder
Merits of the Yamaha “DiASil Cylinder”
(in comparison to cast steel liner type aluminum cylinders)
(1) 60% better cooling performance is possible
(2) 30% lower manufacturing cost is possible
(3) Excellent recyclability
(4) Enables 30% lighter design
I’ll blog about my Yamaha Club Day awesome experience next time as I was uber exhausted, need to sleep and recharge for the meantime! Zzzz Zzzz Zzzz
The only thing it lacks is/are a patron saint, the Norito’s can fill this in maybe haha! There’s even a procession look-alike as hundreds of bikers line-up while traffic policemen goes wacky designating a place for them to park. And lastly, Yamaha does not forget the Filipino style of pabaon or pabitbit, as they gave away thousands of jackets! Congratulations Yamaha Philippines (YMPI) for a very successful and memorable fiesta! Astig talaga ang Yamaha!
Yamaha Philippines gave justice to the word “Fiesta” at their recent bonggacious event the Yamaha Fiesta 2009! Dedicated to all Yamaha motorcycle owners and biker enthusiasts like me! The fun-filled activity happened at the San Miguel by the Bay in SM Mall of Asia for almost a week.
Yamaha does it best! Just like what a Fiesta should be. Lots of games (roulette, shoot that ball, Bamboo look-a-like, etc..), test rides of their new models(bikes not girls lol), contests (Mio Customization and Best Paint Works), concerts (Mocha Girls, Bamboo, Paraluman and Sandwich), awesome stunt shows (by the Norito Brothers), fireworks display at night (Dragon Fireworks), and of course fiesta would not be complete without the food. All a biker has do is to choose from any of the five well-known food concessionaire at the SM Food Court, “parang handaan talaga na namimili ka ng menu mo, cool di ba?”. A rider who came from the province joke and said “Kulang na lang is for Yamaha to include an overnight stay at any luxury hotel rooms nearby for us, haha!”
The only thing it lacks is/are a patron saint, the Norito’s can fill this in maybe haha! There’s even a procession look-alike as hundreds of bikers line-up while traffic policemen goes wacky designating a place for them to park. And lastly, Yamaha does not forget the Filipino style of pabaon or pabitbit (schwag), as they gave away thousands of jackets! Congratulations Yamaha Philippines (YMPI) for a very successful and memorable fiesta! Astig talaga ang Yamaha!
Check-out the all the cool videos at Yamaha Fiesta 2009 brought to you by Bidyoko Production.
We watched, we ate, we drank, at the the VIP-L section hahaha! We only saw the backheads of the eraserheads, but what the heck we still enjoy their song from where we at, and besides their performance were simply outrageous! If only the Master Rapper was there lalo na siguro naging masaya at wild ang mga tao.
I’ve just visited my recuperating cousin at Sucat and on my way back home. While cruising Airport Road I decided to turn left at Macapagal Ave. to check-out the Eraserheads – Final Set Concert at Mall of Asia. Continue reading “backheads of the eraserheads”