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Saturday, October 06, 2007
Nokia 7200 dan applikasinya
walaupun belum punya hape yang saya idamkan. hape yang saya gunakan sekarang lumayan lah applikasi di hapeku saat ini lumayan lah buat chatting, browsing, cek email, dan games.
untuk chating menggunakan mig33 version 3.02 browsing menggunakan opera mini
chek email make mobile email lumayan cepet buat ngecek email dari gmail daripada harus ol dari internet yang lumayan lambat
selain itu juga ada cellity free sms buat jaga-jaga kalo nggak ada pulsa. solytaire sama Trail biker untuk buang bosan
itu dulu applikasi yang saya gunakan di hape yang sekarang kalo ada lagi nanti di update disini aja sekalian.
oh yah hapenya ndiri nokia 7200 berikut lumayan sudah di dukung dengan Miscellaneous berikut :
- EDGE
- HSCSD
- Java
- Stereo FM radio
- WAP 2.0
- xHTML browser
- MPEG-4 video player
- SyncML
- T9
- Calculator
- Pop-Port
- Presence enhanced contacts
- Integrated handsfree
- Xpress-on textile covers

standart gamesnya : Backgammon, Bowling, and Disco saya hapus trus ganti dengan yang telah disebutkan diatas
desainnya juga lumayan menarik kok
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Monday, July 09, 2007
Tentang Mini moto

The Mini Moto is a small scale replica of the World Super Bikes used by the likes of Valentino Rossi and ex champion Carl Fogarty. The Mini Moto comes equipped with either a two stroke air or water cooled engine which are, depending on the model, capable of speeds of up to 60Mph.

In this article I will underline the finer points of the components that make these speeds possible.

The two Stroke Engine

The two stroke engine produces more hp per pound than the four stroke engine. The two stroke engine consists of three moving parts, the piston, the rod and the crank. The piston acts as valve that opens and closes the intake and exhaust ports that are located on the walls of the cylinder. Unlike the four stroke engine that fires only every other time of the pistons movement, the two stoke engine fires every time the piston reaches the top of its travel. This means that the time spent generating power is doubled in the two stroke engine than that of the four stroke engine, as there is no engine coasting during passive cycles. This is the main reason that the two stroke engine can rev more highly and produce more power (for its size) that the four stroke.

Fuel

The two stroke engine needs to be run on a mixture of petrol and two stroke oil. This is so that the engine is kept lubricated whilst in use.

99% of all starting problems are caused by fuel problems. These can stem from bad or old fuel and improperly mixed fuel (please see mixing chart). Do not use fuels that contain alcohol, as the can cause you bike to run 'lean'. Be advised some racing fuels contain alcohol and are best avoided.. We recommend that you use normal petrol for a garage and a quality two stroke oil.

A mixture that is too lean I.e not enough two stroke oil can damage your mini moto's engine as the moving parts are not properly lubricated. This can cause the engine to seize. However a mixture that is too rich can choke the engine and effect the performance and cause starting problems. You can tell if your mini moto is running too richly by the plumes of white smoke coming out of the exhaust and the lack of performance. A rich mixture (25:1) is needed to lubricate the engine during the 'run in' period, you may experience a lack of performance during this period. The pocket bike may run more slowly and acceleration can be sluggish, however when you change to a mixture of 50:1 you will really notice a difference. The leaner mix ignites in the combustion chamber faster and with a more explosive force than the richer mix. This means higher revs which means more power and acceleration.

We recommend that a fuel mixture of 25:1 is used to 'run in' you mini moto, and a mixture of 50:1 is used thereafter.

'Running in'

Your mini moto should be 'run in' for the first 3-4 tanks of fuel. During this period we recommend that you use a fuel mixture of 25:1. This means a mixture that is made up of 25 parts petrol to 1 part of two stroke oil. During the 'running in' period be careful to not rev the engine to its maximum as this can damage the engine. The 'running in' period will allow the moving parts to become well oiled and the clutch and brakes to 'bed' themselves in. After you have run the minimoto on this fuel mixture for 3-4 tanks, check the chain and tighten accordingly, check the tyre pressure, tighten the bolts on the brakes, forks and wheels. You may also need to readjust the throttle settings to allow for the higher revs that changing to a leaner fuel mix produces. The bike should now be ready for a fuel mixture of 50:1.

Clutch

The mini moto uses a centrifugal clutch to power the drive the sprocket, which in turn drives the back wheel of your mini moto.

When you start your mini moto the clutch spins as the engine ticks over . The clutch is engaged when you pull back on the throttle. The increase in speed of revolution of the clutch makes the clutch expand and grip the inside of the clutch bell which turns the sprocket that drives the back wheel of your pocket bike.

The clutch can be set up in different ways depending on the type of performance that you want from your minimoto. Adjustable clutches are not standard on mini moto's but an after market Polani or Blata style adjustable clutch can be used in your new mini moto. These allow the rider to adjust the mini moto's set up in according to their preference. Setting the clutch to engage too late when the engine has built up too much power may cause the clutch to slip and never fully engage. This can result in excessive wearing. However setting the clutch to engage too early, before the power has built up in the engine can cause your pocket bike to 'bog down', resulting in slow acceleration. The perfect set up is to get the clutch to engage just as the engine has built enough power to rocket the mini moto away, but without making the clutch slip, this is achievable through trial and error.

Spark Plug

Making sure that your spark plug is fresh is important in a two stroke mini moto engine. You can tell a lot from the colour of the spark plug. The top part of your spark plug is covered in ceramic insulator which, when brand new is white. This part of the spark plug can change colour according to how your engine is running. The plug should appear as a nice tan colour when the engine is running perfectly, this indicates complete combustion. A greyish or white colour indicates that the engine is running too lean which can result in engine damage. In this case you should clean and check your fuel system for any obstruction, check your fuel mixture, check for loose intake manifold bolts and carburettor mounting leeks, faulty gaskets and leaking crank seals. Anywhere that your engine could potentially leek and suck in fresh air can be the source of a lean condition.

A blackened or oily spark plug indicates improper combustion and is the result of running too rich. This can be caused by too much oil in the mixture or the spark plug could be faulty and misfiring. Check the fuel mixture and replace the spark plug.

Air Filter

Your new mini moto is equipped with an air filter. Some bikes such as the B1 Origami rep liquid cooled and the Mini Dirt bike have a 'cone' style K and N style air filter. The 2005 mk2 mini moto and the B1 Origami Replica air cooled bikes have a standard mini moto air filter. Both air filters purify the intake of air that is sucked into the carburettor. This means that the air filter should be cleaned regularly as the mini moto's performance can begin to suffer as the engine can become starved of air if the air filter is choked with debris. To reach the air filter, remove the bikes bottom fairing, remove the protective cover by unscrewing the holding screws. Clean the air filter in petrol but make sure that the filter is dry before reattaching to you mini moto.

Tyres

The tyres on your mini moto are filled with air (pneumatic). Please consult your mini moto handbook for the appropriate psi. It is important to check the tyre pressure regularly, an under inflated tyre will affect the performance of your mini moto, acceleration can become sluggish and cornering can become dangerous.

Chain

Before riding your mini moto you need to make sure that the front and back sprockets are aligned and that the chain is perfectly straight running between them. Once you have established this make sure that the chain is tensioned correctly (please see your mini moto handbook). To test the tension of the chain you can manually push the pocket bike, if you hear a 'pinging' or 'popping' sound the chain is too loose. If the chain is noisy and starts to bind the chain is too tight. Make sure that the chain is well oiled. The chain needs to be oiled before every ride.

Gearing

The gearing of you mini moto is dictated by the number of the teeth on the front sprocket and on the back sprocket. The sprockets can be changed as an easy way to manipulate top end speed and acceleration, quite like changing gear on a mountain bike. A front sprocket with more teeth will improve acceleration, however the top end speed will be reduced. A larger rear sprocket will produce a higher top speed but acceleration will suffer. The gearing on your bike can be adjusted in accordance for the track you are intending to ride I.e. a small track with a lot of bends will suit gearing for improved acceleration, however a track with long straights will require a mini moto that is geared for a higher top speed.

Throttle

The throttle on your new mini moto is a 'twist grip' style throttle. When you twist the throttle the throttle cable is pulled back revving the engine. It is important to keep this cable free from obstacles and clean. If the throttle begins to feel 'loose' of 'gives', the tension of the cable can be adjusted via the adjusting screw.

Brakes

The brake system comprises of brake levers, brake cables, brake callipers and brake discs.

The brakes on your mini moto are operated by levers found on the handle bars. The right hand brake controls the front brake, and the left controls the back brake. Pulling on the handle pulls the brake cable which in turn pulls the lever located on the bake calliper. This action pushes the brake discs towards each other. This creates friction on the brake disc which slows down or stops the bike.

The brakes can be adjusted in the following ways.

The brake cable can be tensioned using the adjustment screw found on the brake lever. Unscrew the locking nut, twist the screw to reach the desired tension. Re screw the locking nut.

This is a two person job. Adjust the screw on the hand brake so that is at the end of its travel. Undo the clamp that holds the brake cable on the lever located on the brake calliper. One person needs to push the lever forward as far as it will, the second person needs to pull back on the brake cable and re fasten the clamp. The crake cable will now be highly tensioned.

Pull Start

To start the mini moto pull slowly to turn the fly wheel. This pumps some fuel around the engine, which lubricates the moving parts. Pull the pull start firmly in order to start the engine. Important, do not pull the cord to the end of its run as it can break. If the mini moto does not start check the choke and the throttle cable.

Choke

The choke controls the amount of air that is allowed into the air/fuel mix. The choke is adjusted via a lever located on the side and back of the engine. The choke is off when the lever is down, and on when the lever is up. When you start the mini moto the choke should be on, when the mini moto is warm and ready to ride the choke needs to be off.

Carburettor

It is recommend that any adjustments to the carburettor are made by a professional. The carburettor pumps and mixes the fuel and air. The small diaphragms, orifices and ports mix the air and fuel very precisely, this process demands clean fresh fuel.

Jet

The jet can be adjusted by the screw located in the access hole to the right of the choke lever. The jet is adjusted by the manufacture however the conditions of where you wish to ride may be different, which means that you will need to make adjustments. Turning the screw clockwise will make the bike run with a leaner mixture, and counter clockwise will richen the mixture. Only adjust the screw 1 tern a at time and then test the mini moto, this is trail and error. Please note that it is best to find the optimum setting for performance and then run a slightly richer mixture as a mix that is too lean can seize the engine.

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Monday, July 02, 2007
Nokia N75 "Handphone Idaman"
Dari Semua peralatan yang kamu inginkan pasti ada yang kamu favoritkan...
Dari segi hape saya menginginkan sekali dapat memakai Nokia N75. namun sayangnya d indonesia belum juga kunjung keluar...

Berikut data dari N75:



Vendor name and annoucement date
Vendor Nokia
Announcement Date 26 September 2006

Body
Dimension 95 x 52 x 20 mm
Weight 123 g
Antenna Internal

Network
Operating Band GSM(850, 900, 1800, 1900), UMTS(2100)
Network Data Support GPRS Class 10, EDGE (EGPRS), WCDMA (UMTS)

Display
Primary Screen Size 240 x 320 pixels
Primary Screen Type TFT
Primary Screen Color 16,777,216 color (24 bits)
Secondary Screen Size 160 x 128 pixels
Secondary Screen Type TFT
Secondary Screen Color 65,536 color (16 bits)

User Interface
Keypad/Keyboard Alpha Numeric (0-9)
Touch screen (stylus) Tidak

Function
Speaker Phone Ya
Messaging Support SMS, EMS, MMS
Camera 2 MP (1632 x 1224)
Vibration Ya
Sound Support Polyphonic 64 Tones
Radio Ya

Memory and Battery
Internal Memory 40 MB
External Memory Type TransFlash (MicroSD)
Battery Type Li-Ion

Connectivity
Infra Red Ya
BlueTooth v2.0
WiFi none (Tidak Ada)
Data Cable USB

Software

Operating System Symbian v.9.1
Browser WAP v.2.x, xHTML, HTML
Java Support MIDP v.2.0

Additional Information
- S60 3rd Edition
- Camera digital zoom 16x
- Video capture as MPEG-4 352 x 288 pixels @ 15 fps.

Kalo saja dapat Muncul di Indonesia.. saya relakan Nokia 7200 kesayangan saya dilengserkan
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Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Honda Luncurkan New Tiger
Jakarta, PT Astra Honda Motor (AHM) Jumat (14/07)di arena PRJ Kemayoran mengumumkan perubahan yang revolusioner pada desain sepeda motor New Tiger, yang akan mulai dipasarkan pada bulan Juli tahun 2007 melalui seluruh jaringan penjualan sepeda motor Honda di Indonesia.

Sejak pertama kali diproduksi tahun 1994, Tiger telah dikenal sebagai sepeda motor yang cukup bertenaga dan salah satu varian eksklusif tipe sport Honda. Sejak tahun 1995, komunitas "Tiger Club" juga mulai bermunculan di pelbagai kota di Indonesia, dan saat ini menjadi klub sepeda motor yang cukup disegani di Indonesia. Dalam 12 tahun terakhir ini, Tiger menjadi sepeda motor yang sangat digemari para penggemarnya baik untuk penggunaan sehari-hari atau hanya sekedar dikendarai pada akhir pekan. Informasi mengenai Tigerpun mengalami peningkatan yang cukup pesat dan banyak dijumpai di pelbagai media dan internet melalui pelbagai milis. Selera konsumenpun mulai mengalami perubahan, Tiger menjadi sepeda motor yang mampu mengekspresikan pemiliknya melalui bermacam modifikasi sesuai selera pemiliknya

Untuk memenuhi harapan para penggemar Honda Tiger serta para peminat tipe sport yang baru, Tiger generasi terbaru ini tampil dengan desain yang lebih dinamis dan menawarkan keunggulan tipe sport saat dikendarai para pemiliknya, baik di tengah padatnya lalu lintas kota ataupun kenyamanannya saat perjalanan jauh ke luar kota.

New Tiger terus mempertahankan keunggulannya dengan mesin yang ramah lingkungan serta desain baru yang lebih tangguh dan membanggakan dengan tampilan fitur-fitur baru sebagai berikut :

Model

Tiger baru yang dinamis berkesan lebih agresif, bentuk yang massive mengekspresikan keindahan yang fungsional dari sebuah sepeda motor tipe sport

Semua komponen eksterior seperti tangki bahan baker, shroud, penutup bodi belakang dan, spakbor depan dan belakang, lampu-lampu utama, belakang serta sein, kaca spion dan knalpot seluruhnya tampil dengan desain baru.
"Veleg racing palang 5" berdesain baru yang lebih memperkuat kesan sporty.
Lampu depan yang dilengkapi dengan "Meteor Visor" yang aerodinamis yang memberikan rasa nyaman pada saat kecepatan tinggi.
"Honda Wing Mark" pada tangki bahan bakar sebagai indentitas sejati tipe sport sepeda motor Honda

Perlengkapan

Rem belakang tipe cakram yang tampil lebih sporty dan bergaya moge, menggunakan cakram berdiameter 220mm dengan sistim hidrolis berpiston tunggal membuat pengereman lebih pakem dan aman.

Suspensi belakang meredam dengan sempurna, "Mono Shock" nyaman pada semua kondisi jalan dan tampil makin Sporty

Mesin

Mesin Honda Tiger Baru ini dilengkapi dengan SASS (Secondary Air Supply System), sehingga memenuhi standar baku mutu Euro II. SASS mengatur penyemprotan Udara bersih (O2) ke dalam saluran buang, agar bereaksi dengan gas sisa pembakaran (CO & HC) menjadi gas CO2 & H2O yang tidak berbahaya

Keseluruhan desain baru pada Tiger baru ini akan tampil dalam 4 warna untuk tipe velg racing (Cast Wheel) yaitu Black, Silver, Red, Blue, dan 3 warna untuk tipe velg jari-jari (Spoke) yaitu Black Red, Black Blue dan Blue Silver.

New Tiger yang akan diluncurkan dalam 2 varian ini akan dijual dengan harga Rp 28 juta untuk tipe velg jari-jari dan harga Rp 32,6 juta untuk tipe velg racing (Harga on the road di Jakarta).

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Monday, June 11, 2007
2005 kawasaki ZX10R
feature

engine
- Liquid-cooled, 998cc four-stroke, inline four-cylinder engine utilizes stacked shaft layout for compact dimensions, contributing to the ZX-10R’s narrow profile
- One-piece cylinder/crankcase saves weight and is more rigid
- Forged pistons have flat top for compact combustion chamber
- Cams machined from chromoly steel billet and surface treated with soft nitride for light weight and durability
- Tappet surfaces treated with soft nitriding to help prevent wear
- Intake and exhaust valves use single springs with oval cross sections to lower overall engine height
- Flow analysis used to design cylinder head, maximizing engine breathing at high rpm
- All-titanium four-into-one exhaust system includes butterfly valve to enhance low-rpm power - Oval-shaped aluminum muffler with internal titanium parts reduces noise and includes honeycomb catalyzer to reduce emissions
- Digital fuel injection with sub-throttle assembly and 43mm throttle bodies provide best power characteristics and ridability
- High-speed generator is clutch driven and is positioned behind the cylinder bank to reduce engine width
- Liquid-cooled oil cooler helps to maintain consistent oil temperatures
- Sloshing analysis used to design internal structure of oil pan, reducing windage and helping to maintain low oil temperatures
- Magnesium engine covers reduce overall dry weight

Transmission
- Close-ratio six-speed transmission optimizes on-track performance
- Multi-plate wet clutch with back torque limiter prevents rear wheel hop under hard braking and deceleration

Chassis
- All-aluminum, twin-spar frame utilizes thin-walled castings and pressed sheets welded together for light weight – provides high-speed stability and responsive handling, yet is no wider than most 600cc sportbikes
- Frame arches over the engine rather than around it, giving the ZX-10R the narrowest possible profile for excellent riding position and ride “feel”
- Fully adjustable 43mm forks and internal aluminum parts feature circuit setting for competition
- Top triple clamp features “lightening holes” to reduce weight
- Gull-type aluminum swingarm with oval pipe brace, UNI-TRAK® linkage and fully adjustable shock is lightweight and torsionally rigid
- Rear suspension includes ride height adjustment

Brakes & Wheels
- Dual 300mm front disc brakes feature radial-mounted four-piston calipers and single 220mm rear disc brake – the first petal discs in the liter bike class – enhance cooling and prevent warpage
- Cast-aluminum wheels utilize six spokes in place of the traditional three-spoke design, so rim thickness is reduced, yet the wheels are stronger and lighter

Bodywork & Ergonomics
- Front fairing is narrower than most 600cc sportbikes
- Central ram air duct pressurizes the airbox at speed
- Pop nuts make disassembly quick and easy
- Three-dimensional computer-assisted design used to develop ergonomic and aerodynamic layout
- Three-piece front fender increases aerodynamic efficiency
- Top of the fuel tank is concave so the rider can tuck in more twightly behind the windscreen
- Fuel tank bottom is flat to provide engine with stable fuel level
- Compact rear fender is slim and light
- Inner fender’s flowing design matches the shape of the swingarm to achieve unity of function and style
- Optional five-piece W-shaped rear seat cowl flows from the tank the rear tail section for an aggressive, high-quality image and is easily removed for maintenance

Additional Features
- Forged aluminum handlebars are strong and gun drilled to further reduce weight
- Powerful dual multi-reflector 55W headlights provide best possible nighttime visibility
- Digital LCD instrument panel includes tachometer, speedometer, water temperature gauge, shift indicator, clock and stop watch function

MSRP
$ 10,999,-

spec
Starting: Electric
Bore x stroke: 76.0 x 55.0mm
Compression ratio: 12.7:1
Cooling: Liquid
Induction: Digital fuel injection with four 43mm throttle bodies
Ignition: TCBI with digital advance
Transmission: Six-speed close ratio with multi-plate wet clutch and back torque limiter
Frame: All-aluminum twin-spar
Rake/trail: 24 degree/4.0 in
Suspension, front: 43mm forks with 16-way compression and rebound damping, fully adjustable preload
Suspension, rear: Gull-type aluminum swingarm, UNI-TRAK® linkage system, fully adjustable gas-charged shock with stepless compression and rebound damping, adjustable spring preload, adjustable ride height
Wheel travel, front/rear: 4.7/4.9 in.
Tire, front: 120/70ZR17
Tire, rear: 190/50ZR17
Brakes, front/rear: Dual 300mm hydraulic petal disc with radial-mounted, opposed four-piston caliper/Single 220mm hydraulic petal disc with single-piston caliper
Overall length: 80.5 in.
Overall width: 27.8 in.
Overall height: 43.9 in.
Ground clearance: 4.9 in.
Seat height: 32.5 in.
Dry weight: 374.9 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 4.5 gal.
Wheelbase: 54.5 in.
Colors: Kawasaki Lime Green / Stoic Black, Metallic Raw Titanium / Flat Stoic Black, Pearl Maoma Red / Flat Stoic Black

** Price and specifications subject to change





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