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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
hi!

any adiva enthuaist out there?
:smokin

Been trying to squeeze some more power out from the Adiva but have no knowledge of how to.

Can anyone advice? :lol

Cheers! :hat
Mao
Singapore
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
Re: adiva

hi andrew656, which country do you reside in?

do you know of any other modifications/ add-ons to the Adiva?

Thanks for the knowledge.
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
adiva

We had developed the kit for the Adiva so that the scooter would not be a danger on the freeways in California.
Its is a bit lathargic in its present form. We may put it into production later this year. Depending what happens with our battles with benelli

Andrew
 
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Discussion Starter · #8 ·
Re: Adiva

Welcome to the forum Mao1905. I'm glad some scooter guys are showing up here. Please post some pics of your scooter. I know there are a lot of them where you come from. I was just there in October for business and really enjoyed it.
If you need help hosting the images, just email them to me and I'll upload them to our site.

Xin nian quai ler! (sp?)
 
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Discussion Starter · #9 ·
Re: Adiva

hi ezOP,

Happy new Year to you too! :)

I'll get the pics ready before posting 'em.

we've formed a Adiva club here in Singapore. Will share the different designs that some of the Singaporeans have done to their Adivas. 8o

Hear from me soon. ;)

Cheerios!
Mao
Xin Nian Quai Ler too. :)
 
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Discussion Starter · #10 ·
Re: Adiva

Mao,
I saw a Singapore guy post somewhere on the internet, I forgot the url, of his Benelli Tornado. Is the bike there already? Who is the importer in SG? I'd be interested in finding out who that guy is.

Roland
 
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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
Re: Adiva

Hi Roland,

I'm not very sure if the Tornado is already in Singapore. But i do know that there is a Benelli sole distributor in Singapore. All other companies get their bikes thru the sole distributor.

That company is "Ban Hock Heng Pte. Ltd."

Hope the information is of much help.

Cheerios!
Mao
Singapore
 
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Discussion Starter · #12 ·
Re: Pictures of my Adiva from Singapore!

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<font face="Arial" size="2">Hi Guys,

    Haven't written in for sometime. Hope that everyone's 'baby' is in good
condition.

    Have been scouting around the internet hoping that someone would be able
to advice me on "If it was appropriate to modify the engine capacity to a
larger one?". The usual response was 'no'. Being quite stubborn, I did not
take 'no' for an answer. Maybe i should have changed my question to "How do i
modify the engine capacity?" 

    During this period of time of thinking of modding the scooter, i also
remembered that my friends, Roy and Mason did show that there was a concept
bike by Honda. Have been wondering if the bike was out for production already
so i had to search on the internet. Guess what? I searched the internet using
the search words "concept scooters honda" and the search hit 1 million!!?!?
*fainted* no time to review each and every one of them.

    Luckily 2 days ago, had a talk with Mason and he revealed that the concept
scooter was 750cc. That really helped alot!

    Eventually after 2 hours of surfing, *wah lah* the dream bike appeared!
It's actually named "Elysium". This baby is HOT! Check out the Quick Time
movie attached:

http://www.world.honda.com/Tokyo2001/motor/image/movie/qt/elysium.mov
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    Totally RADICAL!!!

    Just in case you do not have a Quick Time Media Player, you can download
it from this site:

http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/index.html
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    Other than the Elysium 750cc, Honda also has other concept bikes lined up:

http://www.world.honda.com/Tokyo2001/motor/lineup/elysium.html
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Cheerios!
Mao
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Discussion Starter · #13 ·
Wow!

That Honda is plain cool. Looks like a Lazyboy recliner on wheels. I bet there's a real danger of falling asleep while riding one of those. What with a convertible top to boot! ROTFLMAO!!
What a far cry from the old Vespas!

Thanks for sharing!
 
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Discussion Starter · #14 ·
Re:adiva

Where can I get a 250 c Piaggio Leader engine to put into the Adiva 125, its a great bike but it lacks power for longer journeys and lacks top end, so I would like to give it some help.

Any one got any suggestions, I know there are "big bore kits" available up to 190/5, but you got to run the engine in then, kinda defeats the purpose initially.
I need a used (in good con and running well) 250 engine,
I understand that it should fit easily, the point is, can the rest of the bike handle it.
I would really like to put a 400cc one in : hmmm--but I dont think it would fit.

Thanks for a great forum

Paul
 
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Discussion Starter · #15 ·
Adiva Club in Singapore

Hi, you mentioned that a club for Adiva Enthusiasts in Singapore? Can tell me more about it?
Cheers!
 
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