After buying BMW M5 I was shocked that she was quite a big eater. On the street the fuel consumption is about 3km/L.
Plus, she requires charging engine oil about every 2,000km in my driving style.
Furthermore, her transmission and hydraulic clutch system are delicate. Once some parts are broken, the cost terrifies my deposit in bank.
I need countermeasures. I'm thinking of buying a motorcycle.
I went to a motorcycle shop the other day and found a yellow monster.
Its exhaust pipe was once inflated and then deflated.
Two-stroke internal combustion engine!
Wow, its character must be attractive!
She is called SUZUKI RMX250S.
As I googled, I found many parts were diverted from its original model, RMX250R, the racer.
The power is 40ps and weighs only 113kg. No battery and no counter weight for the vibration are installed.
Oh, she must be a GUY!
It sounds great, right? At the same time, she must eat gas and oil a lot. It's easy to suppose.
I never wanna repeat of awful incident, M5. I turned around and said good-bye to her.
The next day I've been to another motorcycle shop and found another sexy babe, Husqvarna SM400R.
She also is a detune version of a racer. Ah, sounds gooood.
But a clerk of the motorcycle shop said "She's more than exciting. She'll exhaust you for her small gas tank, vibration and so on."
He recommended me YAMAHA WR250X instead.
He said "Once HONDA has created NSR250, a racer replica. Nowadays, YAMAHA produces the most exciting machines. The WR250X is one of the premium ones.
Well,,, should I buy her?
I'll think of it.
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Posted at 2016/10/10 02:18:58