Friday, December 21, 2012

Honda CB150R StreetFire VS New Yamaha V-ixion 2013


Apparently, the rivalry between the two latest sport bikes, Honda and Yamaha are very fierce. Yes, New Yamaha V-Ixion and Honda CB150R StreetFire. Well, first we headed to the engine of the second bike.

Honda CB150R StreetFire powered with 150cc engine, with DOHC, liquid-cooled, and combined with 6-speed transmission. With these machines CB150R StreetFire able to issue a power of 12.5 kW (17.00 hp) at 10,000 rpm engine speed. Torque reaches 13.1 Nm (1.34 kgf.m) at rpm 8,000 rpm. The maximum speed that can be penetrated reached 122 km / h, with acceleration of 0-200 meters are penetrated with an average of 10 seconds.

New Yamaha V-Ixion powered with engine SOHC (Single Overhead Camshaft) four-valve, liquid-cooled with a capacity of 149.8 cc. With these machines, New V-Ixion can generate power 12.2 kW in the round 8500 rpm and a peak torque of 14.5 at 7,500 rpm. This machine has adopted fuel injection technology and diacyl forged pistons and cylinders. Judging from the two engines character the bike, obviously has a very tight competition. Now we come to the excellent features and Honda CB150R StreetFire New Yamaha V-Ixion.

CB150R StreetFire comes with features front and rear brake discs, while the system chassis remains the mainstay of this bike. On the indicator panel uses digital models, namely the needle on the speedometer and rev speed, contact lock is equipped with a safety magnet.

New V-Ixion comes with excellent features of the speedometer that can greet you with the greeting "Hi Bro" when turning on the ignition, this feature could be a positive conversation to foreign countries, the ignition key located above the fuel tank, New V-Ixion also comes in two models, the kick starter and non kick starter.

Judging from the excellent features two bikes, it was clear they had a very different character, and can provide different driving tastes. Now we look at the chassis and suspension of the two motor sport recently.

Honda CB150R StreetFire comes with an innovative order type trellis, Frame is lightweight, yet has high strength. Frame was designed specifically to support the engine, maximizing performance Pro-Link suspension system reduces engine vibration and optimally. Sure to bring out the effect of stability and agility. CB150R comes with Telescopic front suspension, while the rear suspension uses Pro-Link.

New V-Ixion comes with deltabox or pressed backbone chassis, and the front suspension Telescopic model, while the rear suspension uses a model with a model monocross monoshock.

All right, we see the price competition between Honda CB150R StreetFire and New Yamaha V-Ixion. CB150R StreetFire sold Rp22.350.000, while New Yamaha V-Ixion is sold at Rp 22.600.000 for the kick starter models, while for non kick starter models sold at Rp 22.400.000. We can see from the price competition, New V-Ixion less expensive than CB150R StreetFire.