Top 10 Philippine Underbone Motorcycles

What is an underbone motorcycle?. Well according to my research, an underbone is a small motorcycle built on a frame consisting mostly of one large diameter tubular component. The stylistic difference between a motorcycle and an underbone is considerable and they are sometimes known as "step-throughs" or even marketed as scooters in the West. The fuel tank position and the open-frame design, along with the splash guards often fitted, give the underbone an appearance similar to a scooter, however the wheels, engine position, and power transmission are based on the design of conventional motorcycles. Underbone motorcycles are very common here in the Philippines because of the following reasons:

a. They cost less than the average motorcycles
b. They are fuel efficient.
c. They are easy to handle.
d. Can easily slip unto traffic.
e. They have low maintenance.
f. They could be easily customized.

And so on and so forth. And the numbers of underbones grew rampant every year here in the Philippines mostly in Mindanao. About an estimated 90% of vehicular accidents are caused by underbones and about 80% of that accidents yields to fatality. And about 50% of underbone motorists are not even or don't even have drivers' licences. Enough about the criticisms about the underbone motorcycles. I may get myself in trouble if I continue.

Now, let's get to the main topic shall we? Of all the underbone motorcycles that roars on the street of Philippines, there could only be one fastest of them all. 

NOTE: Underbone motorcycles that will be rated here will be standards in terms of the motorcycles' body and engines. Modified bikes  and those that are not available on the market are not going to be tackled or included in the countdown.

TOP 10 UNDERBONE MOTORCYCLES (PHILIPPINES)

1. Suzuki Raider R150: also referred to as "The Underbone King" in the 4-stroke category, is the fastest underbone motorcycle in the Philippines with a recorded top speed of 135-145 km/hr. It was first introduced in the Philippines in the year 2004 and was assembled in Thailand from 2002-2007. The first generation Raider 150 were the great batch of Raider 150 ever assembled according to second generation (2007-present) Raider owners. Explanation of this was second generation Raider 150 are assembled here in the Philippines that lead to speculations of exchanging of cheap parts of the motorcycles. And unanimous second generation Raider 150 owners said that the old ones were a lot better in terms of performance. But it's still the number one underbone motorcycle here in the Philippines ever since it's debut in 2004.

First generation Raider 150 (2002-2007) featured below.
















Second generation Raider 150 (2007-present) featured below.















Specifications:
Engine type:                       Air - Oil Cooled, DOHC 4-Valve, 4-Stroke
Transmission:                     6 speed 1 down 5 up
Bore x stroke:                     62.0 × 48.8 mm
Displacement:                     147.3cc
Compression ratio:              10.2:1
Maximum horsepower:         16.5hp @ 9500 rpm
Maximum Torque:                12.76 N*m @ 8500 rpm
Fuel tank capacity:              4.9 Liters
Fuel consumption:               35-40 km/Liters
Chassis:                             Twin-Spar underbone
Suspension (front):              Telescopic coil spring, oil-damped fork x 2
Suspension (rear):               Mono shock, coil spring, oil-damped with preload adjustments
Brakes (front):                     Disc break with twin piston caliper
Brakes (rear):                      Disc break with twin piston caliper
Overall length:                     1940 mm
Overall height:                     652 mm
Overall width:                      941 mm
Top Speed:                         135-145 km/hr

2. Yamaha Sniper 135: The only rival of Raider R150 here in the Philippines, the Yamaha Sniper is powered by a liquid cooled 134.4cc 4-stroke engine. It has even it's R Edition that is endorsed by the famous racing legend, Valentino Rossi. The Yamaha is not that stylish like the raider but it is more fuel efficient than the Raider R150. It is rare to see it here in the Philippines, particularly in Mindanao, maybe because it's price is close to Raider R150. People will prefer 150 rather than 135. Furthermore, the Yamaha Sniper is a great underbone motorcycle. It can match up the Raider R150. Theres an event in Cebu that I heard about. They race Raiders and Snipers. They held it every year and Yamaha Sniper is really a great competitor against the 150cc class, considering it's just 135cc.

















Specifications:
Engine Type:                     Liquid Cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-valve
Transmission:                    Constant Mesh 4-speed
Bore x Stroke:                  54.0 mm x 58.7 mm
Displacement:                   134.4 cc
Compression Ratio:          10.9:1
Maximum Horsepower:    8.45 kW @ 8500 rpm
Maximum Torque:            11.65 N*m @ 5500 rpm
Fuel Tank Capacity:         4.0L
Brakes(front):                   Hydraulic Single Disc Brake
Brakes(rear):                    Drum Break (leading, trailing)
Overall Length:                 1945 mm
Overall Height:                 1065 mm
Overall Width:                  705 mm
Top Speed:                      130-135 km/hr

3. Yamaha Sniper 135 MX: Yamaha thought the previous Sniper wasn't good enough so they revamped it with the all new Yamaha Sniper MX. Now equipped with a 5 speed gear box, a more aggressive look and a whole lot of plastics. It falls behind it's previous predecessor though because of it's added weight. Yes, it has a 5 speed now but still lag because of the added weight. We tested it personally with our friend's MX. We thought it could now catch up a bit with the top underbone Raider 150 but falls behind. Flat out it was left out in the Raider's wake, But none the less, the MX has more aggressive looks and design than the previous Sniper and much better numbers but the problem is the added weight and not to mention the added price. 





4. Yamaha Vega Force 110: "Can you feel the force" is what this underbone had been asking us and yes we feel it, a bit. It's a another entry from Yamaha, the Vega Force 110, a very stylish and appealing underbone. The overall design flow is excellent and the engine has a good equal power. Less power therefore less fuel consumption making it economical which is great given the petrol hike over the years. Bottomline, the Yamaha Vega Force is a great and appealing underbone that's bang for the buck and economical. And just like Yoda said, "The force is strong."
Vega Force

・SPECIFICATIONS
Dimension & Weight
Overall length x width x height1,930mm x 680mm x 1,065mm
Seat height765mm
Wheelbase1,235mm
Minimum ground clearance150mm
Weight102kg
Engine Performance
Engine typeAir-cooled 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve
Cylinder arrangementSingle cylinder
Displacement113.7cm3
Bore & stroke50.0mm x 57.9mm
Compression ratio9.3 : 1
Maximum horse power6.0kW (7500r/min)
Maximum torque8.3 N.m (4500r/min)
Starting system typeElectric starter and kickstarter
Lubrication systemWet sump
Transmission oil volume1.0 liters
Fuel
Fuel tank capacity4.2 liters
Carburetor typeVM17
Electrical
Ignition system typeC.D.I.
























5. Honda XRM 125: Probably the most versatile underbone known and the most car-napped motorcycle too. This underbone is as tough as nails and can be used almost in any harsh terrain in the country. Good length for space and good ground clearance as well. The engine of the new generation XRM has some contreversy though. Some claims the engine is now china made and made put of plastics (not sure about that). And rumors has it that pawnshops reject XRMs due to engine controversy. But the XRM does not lack on power though. Good, equal power and can handle rough terrain. A versatile and durable motorcycle used in farmlands and wherever Pinoys feel o use and take it. Oh, did I mention that this motorcycle is hot on the eyes of bastards that uses it's engine on boats? Such irony.




SPECIFICATIONS

  • Engine Type
    4 - Stroke OHC Air Cooled
  • Displacement
    124.8 cc
  • Bore & Stroke
    52.4 mm x 57.9 mm
  • Starter
    Electric / Kick
  • Ignition System
    DC-CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition)
  • Transmission Type
    Semi-automatic
  • Gear System
    4 - Speed Rotary Type
  • Suspension (Front)
    Telescopic Fork
  • Suspension (Rear)
    Twin
  • Brake System (Front)
    Hydraulic Ventilated Disk
  • Brake System (Rear)
    Mechanical Leading Trailing
  • Combination Brake System
    N/A
  • Tires Size (Front)
    2.50 - 17 M/C 33L
  • Tires Size (Rear)
    2.50 - 17 M/C 38L
  • Wheels Type
    Spoke
  • Over-all Dimensions (LxWxH)
    1,896mm x 800mm x 1,067mm
  • Wheelbase Dimensions
    1,239 mm
  • Dry Weight
    99 Kg
  • Seat Height
    776 mm
  • Ground Clearance
    136 mm
  • Fuel Tank Capacity
    3.8 Liters
  • Fuel
    Unleaded Gasoline
  • Fuel System
    Carburetor
  • Engine Oil Capacity
    0.9 Liters
  • Automatic Headlight On (AHO)
    Equipped
  • Parking Brake
    N/A
  • Key Lock
    N/A
  • Side Stand Switch
    N/A
  • Maximum Horse Power [kW (PS)]
    6.9 (9.4) @ 7,500 rpm
  • Maximum Torque (N.m)
    10.4 @ 5,000 rpm







































6. Suzuki Shogun Pro 125: It's the Suzuki again with it's Shogun Pro 125. A clutched version of the Shogun R125, the Shogun Pro performs with precision and with just the right power you're looking for. With just 25cc less than the Raider R150, the Shogun Pro delivers a good acceleration performance, more fuel efficiency and low exhaust emission. And with it's new design that is hardcore and much more sporty features. It will not be just another underbone in the street.
























Specifications:
Engine Type:                          4-stroke, 1-Cylinder, Air-Cooled SOHC, 2-valve
Transmission:                         Mechanical, 4-speed Manual Clutch  
Bore x Stroke:                         53.5 mm x 55.2 mm
Displacement:                          124 cc
Compression Ratio:                 9.6:1
Maximum Horsepower:         7.4 kW @ 8000 rpm
Maximum Torque:                  9.82 N*m @ 6000 rpm
Fuel Tank Capacity:                 4.3L
Brakes(front):                            Disc Brake
Brakes(rear):                             Disc Brake
Overall Length:                          1900 mm
Overall Width:                            715 mm
Overall Height:                           1070 mm   
Top Speed:                                   115-120 km/hr 

7. Honda Wave 125: Honda will not be outdone when it comes in the motorcycle world. Featuring their most powerful underbone, the Honda Wave 125. It is the best choice when it comes to fuel efficiency averaging 80.8 km to the liters, thats why it is so common here in the Philippines. It also comes with the Repsol, Honda's racing partner, inspired look. It may not be as powerful like the other underbones featured above, the Wave 125 cost less and has great fuel efficiency.






















Repsol Inspired Honda Wave 125


Specifications:
Engine Type:                                 4-stroke, Air cooled, OHC
Transmission:                               Rotary Gear 4 Level
Bore x Stroke:                              52.4 mm x 57.9 mm
Displacement:                               124.9 cc
Compression Ratio:                     9.3:1
Maximum Horsepower:             9.3 PS @ 7,500 rpm (carburetor type)
                                                       9.18 PS @ 7.500 rpm (fuel injection type)
Maximum Torque:                     1.03 kgf.m @ 4,000 rpm (carburetor type)
                                                       0.99 kgf.m /5.000 rpm (125 cc fuel injection type)
Fuel Tank Capacity:                    3.7L
Brakes(front):                              Hydraulic Disc
Brakes(rear):                               Mechanical (leading, trailing)
Overall Length:                            1870 mm
Overall Width:                              715 mm
Overall Height:                             1050 mm
Top Speed:                                    100-120 km/hr 





8. Kawasaki Fury 125: Kawasaki's sharp, aggressive underbone is our number 8. Low ride like the Raider 150 but doesn't have that performance you expect from it's aggressive posture. The Fury is heavy on the front due to the fuel tank mounted in front. Handling and cornering is stiff and power lags as well. And not to mention the weird alien like round head of it is just ugly for that sharp body. None the less it's still an underbone that many would consider due to it's sporty sharp appeal. 

Specs:
Engine Type: 4 stroke SOHC 2 valve
Bore x Stroke: 58.0mm x 50.6mm
Cylinder: Single Cylinder
Displacement: 124.5cc
Compression Ratio: 9.5:
Maximum Power: 6.6 KW @ 8000 RPM
Maximum Horsepower: 9 HP @ 8000 RPM
Maximum Torque: 8.6 Nm @ 6500 RPM
Carburator: Keihin PB 18
Final Drive Ratio: 8.893 @ top gear
Reduction Ratio: 2,571
Chain Drive: 36/14
Transmission: 4 Speed Rotary Centrifugal, Wet Multi Disc
Ignition: CDI
Spark Plug: NGK C6HSA / ND U20FS-U


9. Suzuki Raider J Pro 125: If you can't afford the R150 then another alternative is the smaller Raider, the Raider J Pro 125. Not as much powerful and hyper underbone like it's brother the R150, the Raider J Pro comes with good handling and much better fuel consumption due to it's smaller engine. It's low and has that sporty essence from the 150R. Power is equally good and the clutch deviates it from other automatic underbones. Open up the pipe and buy a local R150 head and you will be mistaken as a Raider R150.

ENGINE TYPE
SOHC, 4 STROKE
BORE X STROKE
53.5 mm X 48.8 mm
DISPLACEMENT
109.7 cc
COMPRESSION RATIO
9.5:1
CARBURETOR
VM 17
IGNITION
CDI (DIGITAL)
STARTING
ELECTRIC AND KICK
LUBRICATION
WET SUMP
TRANSMISSION
CLUTCH
MULTI LAYER
GEAR
4-SPEED(1 - DOWN 3 - UP)
SUSPENSION
FRONT
TELESCOPIC, COIL SPRING, OIL DAMPED
REAR
SWING-ARM TYPE, OIL DAMPED
TIRES
FRONT
70/90 - 17 - M/C 38P 
REAR
80/90 - 17 - M/C 44P
BRAKES/SIZES
FRONT
DISC
REAR
DRUM
FUEL CAPACITY
4.5L
OVERALL LENGTH
1,925 mm
OVERALL WIDTH
675 mm
OVERALL HEIGHT
1,000 mm
WHEEL BASE
1220 mm
GROUND CLEARANCE
140 mm
BATTERY
12V 5Ah/10HR
DRY WEIGHT
92.5 kg




































10. Honda Wave 100R: The most common underbone in the streets of Philippines, the Honda Wave 100R. Excellent in fuel consumption fitted with a good and equally powered engine, the 100R is surely an everyday rider's choice.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Engine Type
    4 - Stroke OHC Air Cooled
  • Displacement
    97.1 cc
  • Bore & Stroke
    50.0 mm x 49.5 mm
  • Starter
    Electric / Kick
  • Ignition System
    AC-CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition)
  • Transmission Type
    Semi-automatic
  • Gear System
    4 - Speed Rotary Type
  • Suspension (Front)
    Telescopic Fork
  • Suspension (Rear)
    Twin
  • Brake System (Front)
    Hydraulic Ventilated Disk
  • Brake System (Rear)
    Mechanical Leading Trailing
  • Combination Brake System
    N/A
  • Tires Size (Front)
    2.25 - 17 M/C 33L
  • Tires Size (Rear)
    2.50 - 17 M/C 38L
  • Wheels Type
    Spoke
  • Over-all Dimensions (LxWxH)
    1,898mm x 705mm x 1,057mm
  • Wheelbase Dimensions
    1,234 mm
  • Dry Weight
    91.5 Kg
  • Seat Height
    751 mm
  • Ground Clearance
    133 mm
  • Fuel Tank Capacity
    3.7 Liters
  • Fuel
    Unleaded Gasoline
  • Fuel System
    Carburetor
  • Engine Oil Capacity
    0.9 Liters
  • Automatic Headlight On (AHO)
    Equipped
  • Parking Brake
    N/A
  • Key Lock
    N/A
  • Side Stand Switch
    N/A
  • Maximum Horse Power [kW (PS)]
    5.36 (7.3) @ 8,000 rpm
  • Maximum Torque (N.m)
    7.34 @ 5,500 rpm

































126 comments:

  1. great research... Suzuki is still the best. I have mine Suzuki titan 2011 model.. it runs like turbo

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    1. tama iba kasi kapag suzuki gamit eh! ganda pa nang hatak i use raider 150r :D

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    2. There is no replacement for displacement...

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    3. raider vs x1 110? pg prehong 110 walang inaabot ang suzuki s yamaha

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    4. gastos naman sa gas..hehehehehe for karera okey..

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  2. noway a honda 125 can run 80kms per liter .. even the the super cub efi version in japan can only run about 60 km /liter as the factory claims

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  3. honda wave 125 and suzuki shugan 125 they are not the fastes 125 in the philippnes the fastes 125 in the phillippnes is the kawaski fury 125 his top speed is 125 to 132 kph

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    1. absolutely...

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    2. mga hunghang! di yan sa klase ng motor! sa driver yan :P

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    3. we tested the wave 125 vs the kawasaki fury 125. @ 110kph of my wave 125, the kawasaki fury 125 did not even stand a chance to get close enough as my friend claims that it hit 125. try it also with your friend.

      but i dont believe that shogun pro is faster than wave 125. i reached a maximum of 125kph (all stock) with my wave.

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    4. wee? i don't think so!!! no 125 underbone can beat the fury 125!!!

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    5. weee just try so we can see which is fastest/

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  4. kawasaki fury 125 must be on the no.3.

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  5. they say its top 10. so wheres the other 5?

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  6. Wheres the other 5. please..

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  7. the fastest 4 stroke 125cc in the philippines is the suzuki raider 125. unfortunately it's no longer in production.

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  8. for me the kawasaki fury 125 the fastest 125 right now hear in the philippines

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    1. youre right, fury is the best 125 in the philippines but my crypton z defeated a lot of fury,

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    2. stock Fury engine lags a lot, unlike the crypton owner...

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    3. weeeee wave 100r ko all stock, kayang pataubin ang pinag malaki ninyong fury......

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  9. kawasaki fury 125 is the best... Fuel efficient, about 38 - 42 km per liter, Good Ubox space since the tank has been relocated and most of all it has good stable ride, heavy yet maneuverable which is good specially for city driving.

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  10. no its not the fury, its the suzuki smash 115. 115cc only and yet its performance works like a 125cc.

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    1. agreed. my smash 115's topspeed ranged 115-120kph all stock considering its only a 115cc motorcycle.

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  11. suzuki smash 115cc cool..the best...good engine performance smooth and fast......

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    1. sisibakin ng crypton z yan..

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    2. then let's try ALL STOCK.

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  12. Hahaha, lol, the fastest 125cc motorcycle is my honda wave 100. Top Speed of my bike is 160 kph

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    1. REALLY?TRY TO PUT A NITRO ON IT.SEE HOW

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    2. no way..rusi motorcycle is the fastest of all among the kasukahon motorcycle...

      ka-wasaki fury 125;
      su-zuki;
      ka-wasaki rouser;
      hon-da xrm...

      LOL

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    3. Mga bobo!!! the best p rin ang rusi ko KR 150. It can reach the top speed of 800km/hr, pwede ito s bonneville mga gong gong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    4. Mga tahong... puro kayo yabang....

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  13. i think honda xrm is the best underbone ever

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  14. suzuki smash 115cc mags and spoke good engine performance,fast and cool...the best MC in the philippines now.....

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  15. suzuki smash 115cc runs as a 125cc...best MC in the philippines..

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  16. i owned suzuki pro shogun and fury ...but try to search yamaha x1 ....its comparable to 125cc

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  17. how about the honda wave dash?
    i saw a lot of these everyday

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  18. for me suzuki raider 125 is the fastest,it has 4 valve and 5 speed transmission

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  19. honda 125cc is better, can save of fuel up to 80km per litter. and has a top speed of 120kph... very cost effective

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    1. really? 120 kph? hnd kaya gmiwang giwang nyan? xrm 125 lolz pang habal habal lng yan, at pang side car ahahha

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    2. im a shogun pro 125 (all stock) clotch type user. I used to travel 180km going to my work every mondays. in my experienced on roads, shogun pro cant defeat the speed of the raider 150. I have been driving an average speed of 100-115km/h. very rear on my bike to reach 118-120km/hr except downhill. xrm 125 cant overtake shogun (im referring to all stock engine). I can assume it stock to the muffler more or less. fury 125 cant survive the speed in a long process. rouser 135 beats shogun but it always ceasing after 10-20 km race with my shoggy. snipper mx beats shoggy on roads. my shoggy has 40-45 km per liter (odo reading 100,000+). in my own wisdom referring to my experience on roads since. shoggy is a practical mc to ride both in the city or highways. its cheaper than snipper mx. it has a good quality engine (quick and fast). kaso wala na benta ngaung shoogy (cloth type). thus, if shoggy retire, I would probably buy snipper 135 for practical reason (speed/fuel). I salute to the raider 150 in terms of the speed. but to its fuel efficiency, hmmm. xrm 125 is good too. it can be considered as all terrain mc. it can be used in rough roads upland thus many have chose this in the country due to its front suspension and plastic cover characteristics. it is also fuel efficient. for rouser 135, its good also in fuel efficiency and speed but for quality I doubt. this is what I can share to this blog. if I could suggest, do not modi ur mc from its standard specs becoz it was designed as it was for safety and to obtain long mile age...God bless...

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  20. comparing a 150cc motorcycle to a 125cc one for speed and economy is like comparing a fighter jet to a single engined plane...

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  21. duh.... fury's speedo wasn't accurate! i've already tried.. 130 km/h of fury's speedo is only 110-112 km/h on g@rmin gps.. wtf

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  22. my BMW underbone is the best!!!

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  23. Rusi DL150, it looks like Raider faster than the 125 engine OHV engine like Honda TMX 155 with 5 speed.

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  24. I think Wave 125 belongs in number 5. It's a bit faster and more efficient compared to Shogun Pro 125. More people prefer Honda Waves than Suzuki Shoguns. Wave's better than the Shogun Pro 125 in many aspects, don't you agree? And IMO Wave looks way smoother and more aerodynamic than the Shogun Pro's robotic appearance.

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  25. How about motorstar sapphire 125s? Dont matter the brand.. Just drive and rate among. Big piston, fuel efficient 60km/L, fast and strong compare to other 125cc, cheap but mysterious engine performance..

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    1. yup..motorstar..i have a 125 sport..all stock and can catch up with stock shogun pro..tried to race somebody on the street..never thought i could match the speed..hehe..sadly after 6 years - the engine's acting up on me -- hoping i won't have to replace it soon..good brand - great performance :D

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  26. Yes, i tested sapphire, they're more focused 2 common brand mc, in fact not so interesting to search. Why cant they try search nd drive nt well known undrbone mc?, e.g. Sapphire, i drove it, long dstance, i cant imagine its performance, good nd fast..really, much even rated to shogun, wave, nd smash, prove it 2 urself,

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  27. Raider150, RJPro, ShogunPro, Sniper135MX, all MANUAL. No way the rest can beat the four manual clutching bikes. PERIOD!!!

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  28. no. its not about the engine its about the one who drives the motorcycle. Ive encountered raider and sniper but still they are no match to my fury 178cc. try to visit bicutan you'll see who is really the king of under-bone. i just saw it...

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    1. hahaha,eh modified kna eh, bkit hnd mo subukan itapat fury mo sa modified na raider/sniper? usapan stock dito, hnd mga modified, kung iyyabang mo lng yan fury mo wag d2, dun sa mga modified bikes page, ewan ko lng kung pancinin yan cnsb mo 178cc na fury of yours..

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    2. cguro wala kang pambili ng sniper or raider.. kawawa..

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    3. wala yang lahat n yan s x1 q..110 cc but can reach 125 kph, all stock, walang halong biro

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  29. I understand that scooters (automatic) are much better than underbones. When i say better, i mean is in terms of LOOKS, FUEL ECONOMY, PRICE, EASY to Drive. I also think that in 1-2 years there will be no underbone user.

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    1. Looks, yeah. It is easy to drive, check. But FUEL? PRICE? Uh-uh.

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    2. I have a mio amore now and I had a Rusi125 also before and comparing their gas consumption, I get more from my mio. No modifications. Just pure stock. Just the outside that's all. Riding habit my differ though. I am extermely happy with my Mio. I haven't tried the honda beat of suzuki nex though. Great scoots also!

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    3. I had a Rusi 125 and now a Mio Amore (pure stock). Kung nagkakarga ako ng P60 for 2 days na yun kay Rusi (malayo work ko - bundok pa), sa Mio ko P80 for 2 days. Di na masama considering na mas marami akong nagagawa sa Mio ko. Groceries and that. I still miss having an underbone. Mas fuel efficient pa rin sya at maporma pag nagraride. Maybe I'll just get another Rusi or kung swertehin sa pera, wave 100R. :D

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  30. msx 125, a frnd of mine has it we hv long ride wd my wave125, mine is a branded, hw cum my frnd's mc is faster dn mine.. both of us r stockd engine.

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  31. Yamaha sniper Classic is the best.. it beats even that 150cc suzuki.. yamaha sniper.. the best.. the fastest the coolest damn.. correct me if i'm wrong

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    1. Fastest if loaded yong engine v.s. stock raider 150. pero how about loaded yong raider? You're wrong...

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  32. yamaha x1 top speed 135 kmph, 55 km/li....not even mentioned?

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  33. Wtf are you telling..shogun r 125 is faster than wave 125..

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  34. check again the bore of the kawasaki fury, if you know how to get the mtorcycle cc, for sure its a big difference. -RESEARCH FAILED!

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  35. IF YOU SAY THE BORE DISPACEMENT OF THE KAWASAKI FURY 125CC IS 58mm IT WILL BECOME 133.6cc -I THINK YOU DONT KNOW THE FORMULA TO GET CC's.

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    1. you're right...hndd cguro marunong magcompute yan...it should be 56mm

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  36. I think Honda Wave 125 must be in the 5th position, a lot of wave 125 is used in drag racing and few used shogun pro because of its disability to catch up with wave 125. But shogun pro is good looking than Wave 125

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    1. Nope It's really shogun pro. The reason why wave 125 is used in drug racing because it is easy and cheaper to modify compared to shogun pro. but when it comes to stock shogun pro dominates. I already tried both MC.

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  37. Yamaha X1 and X1R is not mentioned

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    1. kc pg minention ang x1 at x1r, matatabunan lahat ng bike nila,haha

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  38. I think Shogun pro is a lot better the Honda wave, Shogun pro can catch up to Yamaha sniper classic. (depends on the rider)

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  39. 125zr is the fastest! haha. just put la fz150 on it or rxz to match it although they are naked bike. below 150cc though :)

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  40. masmabilis ang motor ko sa inyong lahat.kawasaki raider xrm 125cc. kayang-kaya 150kph.

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  41. my shogun pro can hit 135 kph, my mc is lowerd it has a big elbo pipe.. just want to share ^^

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  42. wala nag mention ng kawasaki krr150, puto ang 200kph, stock pa yun!

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    1. sniper ang pinaka malakas, mga 125 nio kayang sibakin ng crypton z 110. khit stock to stock, pustahan pa, yang raider na yan panis yan sa sniper.,

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    2. TAMA!! i have sniper mx at kayang sumibak ng stock na raider.. stock to stock khit dohc pa ang raider tatalunin ko padin..

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    3. Underbone po ang storya dito...!

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    4. underbone nman talaga tanga kba? sinabi bang nd? bobo ka rin no?

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    5. Di ako tanga .. may nagpost kasi jan bakit daw di namention yung kawasaki krr 150! magbasa ka nman.. baka di mo alam what categoryng mc yong krr150.. kawawa .. magoogle ka n lng tsak wikipedia katapat mo. kawawa pacoment coment pa.

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  43. kwentong stocklang, parang malabo, baka senior citizen ang rider ng raider,

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  44. sniper mx masyadong bulky ang dating ,.. ang kupad pa sa takbuhan.. discouraging lng po top speed 115.. i owned sniper classic still the best.. pero stock raider vs. stock sniper mga pre wag alisin ang katotohan.. 150cc yung raider.. mag abang n lng kayo ng sniper 150cc maybe 2015 .. hehehe

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    1. Korek.. pero sa customizing n lng tayo mglaban ... sali tayo motorshow.

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  45. Usapang "STOCK" po.. accept what's d truth..

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    1. mga duwag sa katotohanan yung motor na nka modified 100cc gagastos papalitan yung mkina pra maging 125cc o dkya 155cc.tanga kyo! eh di bumili nlang kyo ng mbilis talaga. mag uup grade pra msabing sya pinaka mbilis khit 100cc spect ng motor.samantalang dinaya lang spect ng motor, hung-hang clang lahat!!!!!!!!!!

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  46. Di naman sa pabilisan yan bakit yung mga nka raider 150 nasasagad ba all the time yung motor nila till top speed basta ride safe lang fuel consumption parin ang basehan jan be practical atleast pasalamat tayo we own a branded motorcycle pinaghirapan natin ang pag bayad dito and we got satisfied unlike sa mga brand na rusi racal masabi lang na 150cc pero do you think after a year satisfied pa rin sila sa performance ng motor kaya mga bro pasalamat nlang tayo meron tayong maipagmamalaking motor na pinaghirapan nating bayaran even raider pa yan sniper or wave basta ride safe lang...peace

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  47. Smash 115 tlga q.. panalo s lahat..

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    1. panalo lng sayo, haha wag mo ilagay ang bulok mong smash dto..

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    2. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHHAHA SUPER LIKE!!!

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    3. smash115 vs yamaha x1 110? like a toyota vios vs ferrari 458 italia....pabalik n ang x1, papunta palang ang smash

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  48. Da best wave 125 tipid sa gas at magandang imodify.when it comes to performance it satisfy me 100kph in top speed. It fits to my everyday ride. Pang work at byahe ok na ok!

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  49. where are the great yamaha underbones? x1, crypton z, x1r? i think they are better than the number 1 in the list, no offense,

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    1. wala pong x1r sa market dito pinas , Top 10 "Philippine" Underbone Mc ang thread na ito..

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  50. i see no 2 stroke underbone so i think Yamaha Y125Z isn't in the class :D

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  51. lahat naman ok !!! basta nagagamit !!! wala sa brand ng motor yan pero pag isipan at i consider kung anu ba talaga ang gusto mo sa pag pili ng motor "yung porma na mabilis at malakas sa gas, o yung may porma na pero matipid sa gas? o di kaya naman pang araw araw ...lahat yan mabilis kc lahat cla may makina at siyempre umaandar =)...ride safe mga ka toto !! pray before you ride

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  52. wala nga sa brand yan kaya wag na kayu magtalo.. saka di naman kayu mga racer para magpayabangan, modified man yan o hindi.. mabilis man siya o mabagal..non sense naman kung mapapabilisan kayu ng motor.. nsa driver yan depende sa kalsada at sa traffic situation kung ganuka bibilis..

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    1. pra clang mga tanga! mga dudong kc, mga tanga wla sa motor yan mag bike kyo tpos mag unahan kyo pra malaman nyo n hindi sa motor ang bilis nsa henete yan.....

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    2. palibhasa ngayun lang kyo nagka motor akala nyo mga valintino rossi n kung mag motor sa kalye kya puro semplang inaabot nyo at banga.disiplina pairalin nyo hindi yabang! mga f____!

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  53. Marketing Strategies ng mga moto Company (Speed, porma, Fuel efficiency, Purpose, Price ) para bumenta at Para MAG-AWAY AWAY KAYO dahil sa pride nyo... hehehe. with that Lipatan ng mc brand .. Ride safe

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  54. sir what about the tvs rockz125 and tormax150? its in the market already.. my rockz125 already beat an xrm, wave, rs and even sniper semi-auto, stock to stock only decals and seat cover are change..

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    1. xrm - 110cc, wave 100cc ba? - mahiya ka kung sibakin ka nyang dalawang yan. 125 ka pa naman. xrm125 rs - unstable sa high speed - wave style yang rockz kaya may maganda handling nyan. Pero depende sa henete, baka dinadaga lang yun. Palagay ko di ka uubra sa RS125. Sa Sinper Semi? Again, nasa henete yan. Antayin mo mga Rusi boys sa daan baka mapahiya ka lang. Sa Mio ko pure stock try din natin. Tignan natin yang Rockz mo kung naninibak nga ba yan.

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  55. lahat ng ubones ay ginawa for fast, cheap and easy way of transport.. Nagkakaiba lng sa mga brands ksi may mga marketing strategy rin yang mga yan..kaya mas mura si ganitong brand kasi gusto nilang maabot yung mga less fortunate na gusto magkamotor...ang hi-end na ubones nmn ay para lang din sa may kayang bumili nito. Lahat may big diference regarding sa performance dhil iba iba rin engineers na gumawa nyan...Kaya wag na magtalo regarding sa mga motor natin dhil lahat nmn yta ok ang performance ng motor nila..

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  56. Basta nadadala kayo ng motor ninyo sa pupuntahan niyo ok na yun di niyo kailangan magtalo kung sino ang mas mabilis sa kalye. Sa race track kayo magpabilisan para magka alam alam kayo.

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  57. usapang underbone?...XRM 125 kana...maporma na may hatak pa...pabilisan ba hanap nyo???depende sa driver at kung saan magkarera...subukan ninyo sa lubak-lubak na daan or sa race-track ng pang dirtbike talo na at mangiyak-iyak na ang mga naka raider 150 at raider j o mga kasawaki furi at yamaha sniper pati honda rin na wave...pag-isipang mabuti....peace sa lahat
    by:abj

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  58. POT*A KYMCO AKO!!

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    1. hahaha ayun oh!!! ako din hahaha

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    2. Honda XRM's the best. whether its DS, RS OFF ROAD or MOTARD kasi double purpose. Ive compared it so many times with raider, ang raider maganda sa concrete na daan pero bogbog pag sa bundok. sinubukan kung kargahan ng 2 sako ng palay ang raider nako kawawa ang makina naka gear 1 na nga. sa XRM ok lang.pwede na pang habal2x pwede pa pang gimik2x. maganda lang ang raider kung nag o-opisina ka or maganda rin work mo, di tulad ng XRM kahit sino ka pa babagay sya. KAYA NGA MOST CARNAPPED SYA.

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  59. SUS! Wala mga yan sa RUSI

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  60. lupig mo sa motor ni bayuy honda wave 100r yang giusab maglibog ta magtan aw taga danao cebu na sya sa cagat tan awa lang unya na ang ya motor naa sya work sa primary structures pwerte na kusuga kay giilisan ug cdi sa skygo 150 mao nga pwerte na kusuga mo revolution giilisan pod ug carborador sa ey40 nga robin....

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  61. Kung kaila ka niya ang name nya kay Rey Olaguir ang iya mechanic si Clfford Cacanog nga taga Liloan Cebu,,naa mag WOrk sa Primary Structures Corporation..

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  62. raider j pro is the fastest 110cc underbone category..PROVEN!

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    1. weh?ung barkada qng my raider j pro, pg nagkakarera kmi, nakababa n q s yamaha x1 q bago xa dumating s finish line

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  63. i dont belive you..U

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  64. YUNG IBA KUNG MAKASABI SA PABILISAN EH KALA MO KUNG SINO..
    YUNG MOTOR PINAPAGAWA NMN SA IBA..
    SABIHIN STOCK PERO YUNG PLASTIC LNG PALA..
    YUNG IBA ASA NMN SA MEKANIKO, D NMN MARUNUNG GUMAWA NG SARILI..
    KUNG MAKASABI LAKAS NG MOTOR HULUGAN NMN..
    PAG NA DSGRASYA, BALIK SA KASA..
    WAG LNG KAYU MAGAYA SA MGA NAGIGING PASYENTE KO BASAG-BASAG NA ULO AT D NA MA BUO-BUO..
    RIDE SAFE SA LAHAT..

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  65. Got my new Honda Wave100, all i know it can go to 50km/L, I was surprise it go beyond 65km/liter Amazing.

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  66. kymco p dn ak0..specialy d aktiv 110.. :D

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  67. Mga tortogok kau..krr 150,dmr 150,shogun pro and x1 owner here..yaw mo away kay pareho na kusog nyo motor..mga turtogok haha

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  68. Napaka fuel efficient pla ng wave. Galing.

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  69. yamaha x1 #1, pang 125 cc un d2 s mindoro, minsan p sinisibak r150

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  70. Fuel efficiency ba?walang-wala yan sa electric scooter..for 4 pesos 60kms na kaya takbuhin..mga lalaking to, mga pamacho effect.gusto nyo pa yatang mategi ng maaga dahil s bilis, ang totoo dapat tipid pag pamilyado!

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  71. Guys hindi po ginawa ang kalsada para sa karera. Lahat tayo ang nakikihiram lang, kaya kunting disiplina nalang sa kapwa driver natin or nakakasabayang sasakyan. Sa ganung paraang ay mabawasan ang bilang ng naaaksidente sa kalsada. Once madisgrasya ka, hindi na maibabalik sa normal ang dati mong normal na katawan. Driver safe.

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