Monday, June 28, 2010

Reviews: FMF PowerCore 4 Delivery + New Accessories

Heyya...

I just checked USPS website for an update on my FMF Power Core 4 exhaust order and it stated:

Label/Receipt Number: CJxx xxxx 8xxx S
Class: Priority Mail International Parcels
Service(s): International Parcels
Status: Into Foreign Customs
Your item is being processed by customs in MALAYSIA. Information, if available, is updated periodically throughout the day. Please check again later. 
Detailed Results:

BulletInto Foreign Customs, June 28, 2010, 12:24 pm, MALAYSIA
BulletArrived Abroad, June 28, 2010, 8:29 am, MALAYSIA
BulletInternational Dispatch, June 22, 2010, 10:22 pm, ISC LOS ANGELES CA (USPS)
BulletArrival
BulletElectronic Shipping Info Received, June 22, 2010


Hoo-Fookin'-Rahh!!


Anyway, i have tested the Scott Voltage OTG goggles, Alpinestars Jet motocross gloves, tank bag and Scott-Oiler vSystem... Overall, they work really great for me..

Scott Voltage OTG goggles (300 km of mileage tested)
Pros: 
- Works great with my glasses on
- fits perfectly in Arai Tour Cross II
- fits nicely on my face without any empty gap and not pressing too hard on my cheeks
- No fog at all, even at traffic jam
- Useful in rain, no fog built-up and water does not stay on the lens
- Definitely works very well at night time!!

Cons:
- It limits my 'side' vision.. hence, i need to turn my head more to ensure no vehicles beside me
- If i ride more than 140 km/h, wind starts to press my lips and eventually air starts to enter the tiny mesh sponges, which penetrates to my eyes
- Wind noise
- Uncomfortable ride in heavy rain as rain drops hit my nose & lips at 140 km/h... now that's fookin' painful!


Alpinestars Jet motocross gloves (300 km of mileage tested)
Pros:
- super lightweight comparing with leather gloves
- thin fingertips surface makes it easy to feel objects, i.e. money, iPod, etc etc
- feels cool, even at traffic jam
- easy to dry-off when wet after heavy rain

Cons:
- less protection than leather gloves
- feels thumper vibration more as the palm surface is thin

Scott-Oiler vSystem (1,500 km of mileage tested)
Pros:
- Chain is always lubricated
- Save time and space for not using & carrying chain lubricant container
- Lasts 5,000 km per re-filled tube container








Tank bag (1,500 km of mileage tested)
Pros:
- Waterproof 'with rain cover', tested in 350 km of heavy tropical thunderstorm
- Amazingly useful to keep road maps, mobile phones, wallet, passport, iPod, etc etc
- Huge magnets, hence tank bag stays tight and securely upright
- Medium-Small size
- will be my Olympus E-P1 camera bag
- Looks fookin' great on KLR 650 Redbull Dakar


HooRahh!!

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