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Just Like That… Just Like That… Philip Chong's Blog About Me RSS Astra Honda Indonesia Announces 2017 Honda CBR250RR 25 Jul PT Astra Honda Motor has launched the eagerly-awaited 2017 Honda CBR250RR in Indonesia. The all new Honda CBR250RR brings with it a playful maneuverer for lovers of motorcycles in the country. The all New Honda CBR250RR is developed based on the philosophy in designing Honda’s rich heritage in Supersport category – by applying the highest standard of features as part of the design. The specifications of the new Honda are a liquid-cooled 250cc 4-stroke, 4-valve/cylinder, 2-cylinder DOHC engine, which is developed through the collaboration between the strong teams of engineers from Japan and Indonesia before it is eventually manufactured by Astra Honda’s factory in Karawang AHM. “Indonesia was chosen as the first country in the world to produce and launch the Honda CBR250RR. This is a real proof of the work the nation’s children has met international standard and is able to compete in the global market,” said Executive Vice President Director of AHM Johannes Loman. The CBR250RR lightweight Supersport motorcycle is designed with one goal in mind – to be the best in its class machine, with features such as: Styling: Design that evokes the sensation of power and speed. Chassis: Presenting an optimum manoeuvrability and exceptional performance. Power: Optimal machine characteristics around the exhaust sound that gives the added sensation to the performance despite the compact engine design. This makes the CBR250RR an ideal motorcycle featuring the coolest electronics and throttle-by-wire (TBW) control systems in its class. As it is, the new 2017 Honda CBR250RR has a compact design in each section which contributes to the ease of handling in the real world of riding. Every technical section is integrated with each other to create the ideal 250cc sports motorcycle by Honda. The latest frame design with steel truss structure that guarantees the strength and suppleness. This frame is designed in a way to support the extreme power produced by the CBR250RR without undermining the performance and handling, resulting in rider-friendly stability. The swing-arm is a gull-arm, made of aluminium through the process of Gravity Casting results in a reduction in unsprung weight and maximize the exhaust layout to balance its center of the gravity but still optimising the angle of the steering angle during manoeuvring of the bike. Swinging arm is connected to the main frame using the Pro-Link suspension while for the front is a pair of 37mm Showa inverted forks that have been selected to reduce unsprung weight for improved handling. LED lighting is used or both the bike’s front dual headlights as well as taillights for enhanced brightness during night riding. The wheels come with 7-spoke alloy that are designed exclusively for the Honda CBR250RR. Electrical and Control systems To provide optimal control for the rider, the bike is implemented with the latest technology – throttle-by-wire or known as TBW. The all New Honda CBR250RR is a first-in-class model that applies the system of TBW. This model presents a smooth acceleration and stable precision. Accelerator Position Sensor (APS) which is placed on the left side of the gas will detect automatically the gas lever rotation and send electrical signals to the ECU. The system is also applied in Honda’s RC213V MotoGP bike. In order to maximise the functionality of TBW equipped riding mode selector so that the rider can enjoy drive in various road conditions. Honda CBR250RR is available with two types – STD (Standard) and ABS with colour choices Honda Racing Red, Anchor Gray Metallic and Matte Gunpowder Black Metallic. The new CBR250RR will be available for purchase in Indonesia by the end of 2016. To complement the new CBR250RR, AHM has set up 10 items Honda Genuine Accessories such as Tank Pad Protector, Radiator, Single Seat Cowl, Fender Eliminator, Aero Fin, Hand Guard, Front Fender Carbon, Carbon Hugger, Upper Tank Cover Carbon and Carbon Muffler Cover. The new Honda CBR250RR riders can also be complemented with selection of Honda-branded apparel like a Full Face Helmet, Leather Jacket, Leather Glove and a T-shirt. The entirety of the HGA and apparel are also available at Honda Wing Dealers chain by the end of 2016. No Comments Posted in Motorcycling, New Products Marc Marquez Wins German MotoGP Race with Tyre Gamble 17 Jul Marc Marquez produced magic to turn it around and take a seventh Sachsenring win in the process. Conditions had looked to be improving after the Moto2 World Championship race, but brief showers of heavy rain hit the Sachsenring as MotoGP riders waited in the pits. The race was declared wet and flashbacks of the Dutch GP ran through the mind of every rider on the grid. Would it be Miller time again or would Jorge Lorenzo finally get to grips with the Sachsenring? When racing got underway there were almost no further signs of rain, making tyre choice more important than ever. As the race began Andrea Dovizioso and Valentino Rossi emerged as the two favourites. Dovizioso had opened up a lead of almost two seconds as the track began to dry, riders considering a bike change. Andrea Iannone was the first rider to pit for intermediate tyres on lap 13. Over the course of the following laps most of the field followed suit, choosing a variety of slick and intermediate combinations. Marquez was simply unable to match the pace of the leading riders as the race began, battling with Hector Barbera for fifth. He was clearly struggling, running off at Turn 8 and lucky to stay upright. On lap 17 he entered the pits for slicks. It proved a masterstroke as his lap times were immediately four seconds faster than those on wets leading the race, his pace only getting faster. With six laps to go he took the lead and never looked back, going on to take a seventh straight victory at the Sachsenring. Lap after lap the track dried and lap after lap Cal Crutchlow got faster and faster. The Brit found himself in fourth on the 19th lap as several riders began to pit, Crutchlow still pushing his wets around. He followed Dovizioso into the pits, re-joining with his former teammate to battle for the podium. Having opted for slicks, Crutchlow found himself battling with Scott Redding for second place. There was no love lost between the Brits, Crutchlow breaking Redding to secure second place and return to the podium for the first time since Argentina in 2015. Known for his ability in the wet, Andrea Dovizioso shot straight into podium contention as the race began, pressuring for the lead. ‘Desmo Dovi’ sat behind Danilo Petrucci, gifted the lead when the Italian fell on lap 11. He continued to forge ahead on wets, his lead rapidly depleting. After multiple laps struggling on wets he finally made the call to put, prompting every rider behind to follow him. The group re-joining to battle for third place, unable to match the pace of Crutchlow the factory Ducati man did well to pass Redding on the final lap and take his second podium of the year. The disappointment was clear to see on Scott Redding’s face after holding onto third until the very last lap. Fourth is still a great result for the Brit, his second best finish of a year plagued by technical issues. Like Redding, Iannone opted to switch to intermediate tyres and while he made progress, was ruled out of the final podium battle and settled for fifth. Dani Pedrosa took a solid seventh ahead of Jack Miller, the Australian one of the last to swap tyres. Rossi was strong from the start of the race but waited till Dovizioso and Crutchlow, with whom he was battling with, had pitted for tyres to come in. As a result he came home in eighth, closing in on his teammate in the championship but losing out to Marquez. Lorenzo’s weekend didn’t get any better. The World Champion was inside the top ten as the race got underway, but as in Assen he began to fade as the race went on and slowly dropped back. It was even worse than in Assen, Lorenzo taking a single point for 15th place. Petrucci’s as a wet-weather specialist continued to grow in Germany. ‘Petrux’ was on a mission and quickly took the lead of the race, comfortably sitting at the head of the race. That was until he crashed at Turn 3 on lap 11, he pitted for his second bike just as the one he was on burst into flames. He eventually retired from the race, another disappointing end to a race with so much potential. Pol Espargaro crashed while crashing Marquez after pitting for new tyres, ending his run of scoring points in every race. Local rider Stefan Bradl was forced to miss him home race after a fall in Warm Up. He was taken to the local hospital for a CT scan after suffering a concussion in the crash. No Comments Posted in Motorcycling Fujifilm Announces X-T2 07 Jul While Malaysia is having a long weekend due to the Hari Raya Aidil Fitri (or Eid Mubarak elsewhere) holiday, which falls on July 6 and 7 this year, the rest of the business world goes on as usual, with Japan’s Fujifilm Corporation deciding to finally announce its newest mirrorless camera, X-T2, today (Thursday July 7). These dates happen to be Wednesday and Thursday respectively, and Friday is declared an extra holiday to enable Malaysians as a whole to celebrate the festive season until Sunday before returning to work on Monday. After a month plagued by leaked photos, specs and even a video at one point, Fujifilm finally got to officially unveil the exciting new Fuji X-T2 today. A speedy upgrade to the X-T1 that Fuji is calling “the ultimate mirrorless camera.” The new X-T2 is hyped over its two features – Autofocus and Video: The new hybrid AF system boasts 325 AF points, including 91 zone focusing points (up from 49 in the X-T1). This new system paired with several algorithmic improvements makes for a “dramatic improvement” in performance. Fuji is promising “accurate focusing is all shooting situations, even in low light with a -3EV.” AF-C has also been “significantly enhanced,” promising better tracking of moving subjects. Where video is concerned, for the first time ever Fujifilm is bringing 4K recording to the X-Series family. And it is widely expected from Fujifilm, users of the X-T2 will be able to apply any of the film simulation modes available to you right on top of the footage you capture. As mentioned above, Malaysia is having a long holiday, and the local subsidiary of Fujifilm is joining the rest of the corporate industry in observing the festive occasion but you can read all about the new X-T2 here in the European Press Release below: Press Release FUJIFILM announces the ultimate mirrorless digital camera: the FUJIFILM X-T2 that delivers creative perfection. The X-T2 offers outstanding image quality with FUJIFILM’s colour reproduction formulated over 80 years, advanced autofocus functions and 4K high definition video. FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) has announced that, on September 8, 2016, the company will release the FUJIFILM X-T2 – the ultimate mirrorless digital camera that uses advanced technologies to achieve premium image quality, outstanding operability and beautiful design reminiscent of traditional cameras. The X-T2 combines the sensor and image processing engine developed by Fujifilm, with an ultra-sharp range of FUJINON lenses for excellent image resolution. Fujifilm’s colour-reproduction technology, formulated over 80 years, delivers images of unparalleled quality and realism, recording a subject’s textures, three-dimensional feel and even the atmosphere surrounding it. The X-T2’s compact and lightweight camera body is also dust-resistant, water-resistant and capable of operating at temperatures as low as -10°C. Its autofocus and electronic viewfinder performance have both been substantially improved, making it more adaptable than ever before at shooting a moving subject under difficult conditions, such as sports or wildlife photography, which had previously been considered difficult with mirrorless cameras. For the first time in the X Series, the X-T2 supports 4K video recording. The Film Simulation modes, used for still images, can be applied to video to easily produce premium-quality footage. The X-T2’s design is modelled after the central viewfinder style of the FUJIFILM X-T1, which has been popular since its launch in 2014. This proven stable form factor provides a camera that is perfectly sized with ergonomic dials laid out exactly where they are needed for excellent, intuitive operability. Couple the X-T2 with the optional grip to provide a superior balance, especially when mounted with a telephoto lens. Immerse yourself in photography through the large viewfinder with the magnification ratio of 0.77x. The sense of perfect alignment from the centre of your body to a subject through the lens creates an illusion that you have become one with the camera for the ultimate photographic pleasure. The full line-up of 22 FUJINON lenses covers a wide range of focal lengths from ultra-wide angle to ultra telephoto. The compact and lightweight lenses are all optimally designed for APS-C sensors, and incorporate standout features including large maximum aperture and powerful image stabilisation to meet photographers’ diverse demands. The X-T2 is to become the X Series’ flagship model along with FUJIFILM X-Pro2, the world’s only rangefinder-style camera with the Hybrid Multi Viewfinder, released in March this year. The two models deliver unparalleled performance in their distinctive fields, with the X-T2 excelling in portraiture, nature and sports photography, and the X-Pro2 ideal for snapshots and discreet documentary photography. Highlight features of X-T2 FUJIFILM’s excellent reproduction of colours and gradation of tones capture premium image quality in both stills and video recording The X-T2 features the 24.3MP X-TransTM CMOS III*1, an APS-C sensor with no low-pass filter boasting the highest performance in the history of the X Series, as well as the X-Processor Pro high-speed image processing engine to deliver outstanding colour reproduction and gradation of tones in both stills and videos with high ISO sensitivity and low noise. The Film Simulation modes, developed with Fujifilm’s philosophy of colour reproduction nutured in over 80 years of photo film research, have further evolved to capture a subject’s textures, three-dimensional feel and even the atmosphere surrounding it. The X-T2’s video function supports 4K video recording, which is the first in the X Series of cameras. Approx. 1.8 times the amount of information needed to produce a 4K video file (3840×2160) video is captured to create stunning image quality. Fast response to capture a decisive moment with any type of subject Basic response specifications, such as start-up time, shooting interval and shutter release time lag, have all been improved to the extreme in pursuit of a camera that operates exactly as the photographer demands. The high-speed processing power and the use of improved algorithms have significantly improved the basic autofocus performance, improving the focusing performance on points of light, low-contrast objects and subjects with fine and delicate textures such as bird feathers and animal fur, which have previously been the weakness of phase detection AF. The X-T2 also features AF-C Custom Settings for even higher accuracy in focus-tracking moving subjects. You can customize settings to optimize AF characteristics according to the type of subject movements. The electronic viewfinder, which is used to continuously track a moving subject, is capable of displaying up to 100 frames per second, while also maintaining the magnification ratio of 0.77x and the display time lag of 0.005 seconds. The duration of the viewfinder blackout, in which the live view display blacks out temporarily while the camera reads picture data, has been reduced by more than half, enabling up to 5fps, instead of 3fps in previous models, during continuous shooting in the Live View mode, a better option to ensure tracking subject movements. A perfectly balanced, compact, lightweight and rugged body, made possible with the APS-C sensor The X-T2’s compact and lightweight body, weighing just 507g (including memory card and battery), is dust-resistant, water-resistant and capable of operating at temperatures as low as -10°C. The use of the APS-C sized sensor means the camera body mounts more compact and lightweight lenses, so that you only need a small camera bag to head out for all types of field photography. Fit the optional Vertical Power Booster Grip (VPB-XT2) to shoot up to approx. 1,000 frames per charge. Practicality-oriented design that brings back the operability of traditional cameras Mechanical dials are provided for intuitive operation of all basic camera settings, including the shutter speed, ISO sensitivity, exposure compensation, drive modes and metering modes. The settings can be instantaneously adjusted even when the camera is turned off, so that you can be always ready for the next shot. The rear panel of the camera body features the Focus Lever. This can be moved up / down, right / left and diagonally to make quick changes to the focus area for accurate focusing. The rear LCD screen is the X Series’ first three-direction tilting display, which tilts up and down when shooting in landscape, and upward when shooting in portrait. The screen remains positioned on the optical axis of the lens even when tilted, facilitating easy high-angle and low-angle shooting. When not tilted, it fits flush to the body to maintain its streamlined design. Supporting an appealing line-up of lenses, and perfect match for Fujinon Red Badge zooms Of the diverse line-up of FUJINON lenses, the Red Badge zooms, namely XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WR, XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR and XF100-400mmF4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR, are the perfect fit for the X-T2. Add the Vertical Power Booster Grip to the body for a more comfortable grip, while making additional features available for the entire system such as higher-speed AF and faster continuous shooting. Product features Integrating the image sensor boasting the highest resolution in the X Series, the high-speed image processing engine “X-Processor Pro” and image design technology developed from over 80 years of photo film production to achieve ultimate image quality in both stills and videos The X-T2 features Fujifilm’s 24.3MP X-TransTM CMOS III APS-C sensor. Its highly random pixel array effectively reduces moiré and false colours without the use of an optical low-pass filter. The elimination of the low pass filter, which is attributed to loss of image resolution, makes it possible to draw out FUJINON lenses’ true capabilities to the maximum extent. Coupled with the high-speed image processing engine “X-Processor Pro,” the X-T2 produces image quality comparable to that of cameras equipped with a larger sensor with higher pixel count, while also supporting 4K video recording. Fujifilm’s proprietary image design technology, produced through the development of photographic films, helps to reproduce warm skin tones, bright blue skies and rich green foliage in beautiful colours, just as you remember seeing in real life. The Film Simulation function now features the ACROS mode. Using X-Processor Pro’s advanced processing capability; the mode offers smooth gradation, deep blacks and beautiful textures to create monochrome images that far outperform the previous Monochrome mode. The X-T2 also has the Grain Effect function for reproducing distinctive graininess seen in photographs taken with film cameras. The function is available in “Strong” and “Weak,” and can be combined with any of the Film Simulation modes. You can easily obtain the effect of film-based photos, notable especially when the image is printed out. Despite having the pixel count 1.5 times that of the X-T1, the new device and its enhanced signal processing technology have successfully controlled digital noise even further. Improved ISO sensitivity means ISO12800, which was part of extended ISOs in X-T1, is now available as a regular ISO option. Even at ultra-high ISO settings, the camera produces low-noise images, reproducing deep blacks and smooth gradation of tones, capturing beautiful images even in low light conditions. X Series’ first support for 4K video recording Approx. 1.8 times the amount of information needed to produce 4K video (3840×2160) or 2.4 times required for full HD video (1920×1080) is captured to create premium image quality with low moiré or artefacts. The X-T2 supports high video bitrate recording of 100Mbps for both 4K and full HD video, enabling high-resolution footage with minimal compression artefacts. The Film Simulation modes, popular for still images, can also be applied to video recording. For example, you can use “Classic Chrome” to add a documentary touch with subdued colours and rich tonality, or “ACROS” to produce stunning monochrome footage with smooth gradation of tones and deep blacks. Nine different modes are available for versatile photographic expressions. Footage in a Film Simulation mode can be further fine-tuned with “Highlight Tone,” “Shadow Tone,” “Colour” and “Sharpness” adjustments. In response to videographers’ demand, the X-T2 supports Clean HDMI output for 4K video recording, and also offers the “F-Log” log-gamma option, which takes advantage of the sensor’s wide dynamic range to record video in wide colour gamut, facilitating video production workflow. Fast response to capture a decisive moment with any type of subject Basic response specifications have been enhanced to the extreme in the X-T2. A start-up time of 0.3 seconds, shooting interval of 0.17 seconds*2 and shutter release time lag of 0.045 seconds*2, ensure the camera operates exactly as the photographer intends. Improvement in basic AF performance The number of focusing points has been dramatically expanded from 49 in previous models to 91 (up to 325 points). Approx. 40% of the imaging area (centre area containing 49 focusing points) is covered with phase detection AF pixels to form a fast and precise phase detection AF area that can be used in a variety of scenes. The high-speed processing power and the use of improved algorithm have allowed the camera to refocus more frequently in the Live View mode, enabling predictive AF of advanced accuracy. The X-T2 has an enhanced ability to autofocus on points of light, low-contrast objects and subjects with fine and delicate textures such as bird feathers and animal fur, which have been the weakness of phase detection AF. The performance of contrast detection AF, enabled for approx. 85% of the imaging area, has also been improved. The data read speed has been doubled compared to previous models to achieve AF performance of higher speed and precision. Accurate focusing is obtained even at the low light condition of -3EV. Comments Off on Fujifilm Announces X-T2 Posted in New Products, Photography Reigning WorldSSP Champion sets new benchmark in native Turkey 30 Jun Photos courtesy of WorldSBK.com The most successful World Supersport rider of all time, Kenan Sofuoglu, recently had his sights set on a new and different kind of record – the land speed record on a motorcycle. With many practice runs and attempts to get ready for the final push, the Turkish rider had been expecting to go for the record at the opening of a new bridge across the Gulf of Izmit, 50km away from Istanbul – before research concluded that an early morning attempt would have the most chance of success. The WorldSSP Championship leader rode a Kawasaki Ninja H2R for the rescheduled 5am record attempt, complete with winglets, and had a special leather suit made. To lower the risk of a tyre blowout, the speed was to be reached in less than 30 seconds, and the Turk visited the bridge numerous times and at different times of day to check the conditions – such was the depth of his preparation for the tightrope task. Having judged early morning as the best time for the attempt, the record was then broken just after dawn, two days before the official opening ceremony for the bridge. “I reached 400 km/h, the maximum speed that this motorcycle could have, after a 4 long months of training,” commented the WorldSSP superstar just after breaking the record. “I do not remember where I got this idea of the record from first, but when I signed the agreement on 2016 with Kawasaki, I liked and wanted so much this special edition bike. When I asked for the motorcycle, Kawasaki said its maximum speed was 380 km/h and that their dream was to reach 400km/h. The first time I rode it, I felt its huge power and speed, and I made small changes to the motorcycle – keeping its original settings – and did not modify it. I reached 390 km/h in my last trials and today I beat this and reached 400 km/h. I was planning to do this speed attempt for the opening but we had to catch the best weather conditions and so we did it at 5:00 am. The top speed we get to in the world championship races is about 300 km/h, so 400 km/h is a really high speed. It was a dream to reach this speed and thank god I made it. I currently hold the top place in the World Championship, and my next dream is taking the World Champion title the fifth time.” Sofuoglu will be back in his Kawasaki Puccetti Racing colours at Lausitzring in Germany from the 16th-18th September after WorldSSP enjoys its summer break – counting down the Rounds in his attempt to achieve a fifth World Supersport crown. Watch the video of Souoglo’s record attempt below: Comments Off on Reigning WorldSSP Champion sets new benchmark in native Turkey Posted in Motorcycling It’s “Double Double” via YES 4G LTE Plans with YES Altitude 4G LTE Smartphone 30 Jun When YTL Communications had unveiled its YES 4G broadband back in late 2010, I was among the early adopters of the plan, albeit a few months later. Even then, the brand itself faced criticisms from rival telcos and non-users alike who brush it off by telling consumers that the wireless system used by YES 4G wasn’t a true 4G spectrum but a marketing gimmick to entice users to sign-up. I was shifting to a new home where Telecom Malaysia’s (TM) Unifi service was yet to be made available in early 2011, and the YES 4G plan was an excellent choice for me while waiting for Unifi or Time.com’s broadband service to be ready. Technically-speaking, the area of my new home is located within the latter’s broadband network but the service is still not available even today while TM’s Unifi made its debut approximately 2 years after I had moved in. In the meantime, my Internet needs was taken care of by YES 4G’s prepaid service which I had subscribed via its compact dongle system for 10GB of data per month. Unlike Unifi, which is unlimited data, the YES 4G module was enough for my usage then as I did not download movies nor music since my occupation is related more towards receiving/sending images to clients as well as uploading them to this blog and Facebook. And sending/receiving email. Being new, events organised by YTL Communications for its YES 4G broadband then had only attracted small groups of tech media and guests in attending. Today, just 6 years after its broadband first rolled out, the company is ready to launch its full-fledged wireless 4G network, and the crowd is definitely bigger, enough to fill the entire Grand Ballroom of the Majestic Hotel in Kuala Lumpur! With the official launch, consumers across Malaysia can now experience blazing fast Internet data speeds services with an impressive 85% nationwide coverage. The 4G brand under YTL Communications is also the first mobile operator in the country to introduce Voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) capability for high-definition, crystal clear calls. At the same time the YES Altitude, the newest, high quality Android device developed by YES, was unveiled as the most affordable VoLTE smartphone in the Malaysian market, allowing more consumers to access high speed LTE Internet. CEO of YTL Communications, Wing K. Lee enthused about building the most advanced 4G LTE network on top of the existing YES 4G broadband that has reached a nationwide footprint in Malaysia: “We started the journey with 4G Mobile Broadband and are now excited to complete the journey with the launch of 4G LTE together with the country’s first VoLTE service. We are proud to help Malaysia leapfrog to a high income economy through the provision of these new services. “We are also proud to launch the country’s first Double Data bucket price plan that allows all users access to both 4G LTE and 4G Broadband networks with a single service plan, at RM70 per month, where consumers will get 24GB of data (16GB of 4G LTE and 8GB of 4G Broadband) complete with a free Yes Altitude smartphone. There is simply no comparable offer from any other telco in Malaysia, said Lee.” With the “Double Data” feature of YES 4G plans, whether consumers prefer to have more 4G LTE data for smartphones or more 4G Broadband data for tablets and laptops, the new YES LTE plans will cater to the full spectrum of user needs. The YES Altitude is a full-fledged 4G VolTE smartphone for seamless mobile LTE connectivity. The phone sports a 5-inch HD IPS on-cell display and supports VoLTE for High Definition voice and video calls which are up to 3 times and 6 times better quality than calls made on 3G/2G networks. Its dual-sim functionality allows users the convenience and flexibility in managing their SIM cards for the best data and best voice call rates in the market. With a Recommended Retail Price (RRP) of RM399 inclusive of 6% GST, is is the lowest priced VoLTE in Malaysia. The YES Altitude comes in 3 colour variants – gold, white and silver. For YES “Double Data” plan sign-ups, consumers can visit any YES Store, YES Exclusive Retail Partner or authorised YES dealer across Malaysia. Alternatively, they can visit the YES Online Store at www.yes.my/store for more information. Comments Off on It’s “Double Double” via YES 4G LTE Plans with YES Altitude 4G LTE Smartphone Posted in Events The Mill BlackBird Car Rig for automobile commercial 27 Jun Wonder which car company will accept the idea of not using its line-up of cars available when shooting a commercial aimed at promoting the specific model? That is a question a lot of their managers and executives will be asking, and to help make it easier, a new tech company has came up with a solution as the answer to the question. The tech company is called The Mill, and it has come up with a sosphiticated car rig known as The BlackBird, which is designed to take the place of any automobile required for a commercial shoot. According to The Mill, until now, automotive content has often been dictated or hampered by car availability, model revisions, limited access to locations and footage that can quickly become irrelevant. In collaboration with JemFX, Performance Filmworks and Keslow, The Mill has created its BlackBird car rig, which is set to transform the way automotive advertising is made – it’s a car rig that can be shot at any time, in any location, without the need to rely on a physical car. The Mill BlackBird is able to quickly transform its chassis to match the exact length and width of almost any car. Powered by an electric motor, it can be programmed to imitate acceleration curves and gearing shifts and the adjustable suspension alters ride height, rigidity and dampening to replicate typical driving characteristics. Two years in development, The Mill BlackBird was hand built by the world’s top technicians from JemFX in the very same hanger that the BlackBird SR-71 supersonic jet was once manufactured – the car rig’s name is a nod to this legacy of stealth design. The Mill BlackBird is able to capture quality footage and data due to its camera array and tailor-made stabilisation unit, engineered in collaboration with Performance Filmworks’ legendary, multi award winning technician, Lev Yevstratov. A combination of high dynamic range imagery and 3D laser scanning generates a virtual version of the environment, producing 100% realistic CG renderings. The Mill has taken this a step further, developing a bespoke BlackBird AR application that allows you to see the intended vehicle in CG, tracked live over the rig on location. Whether for automotive advertising content or visualising the latest advances in car design, The Mill BlackBird inspires and expands creative opportunities, offering a truly flexible production tool without sacrificing any quality or direction. Alistair Thompson, International Executive Vice President of The Mill comments: “We can unequivocally say that The Mill BLACKBIRD? is a tool to solve real problems for the advertising industry. It is no vanity project. It was the genuine needs of our advertising clients that made the Blackbird happen and their constant support and input has shaped its design and made it the game changing innovation that it has become. The Blackbird journey has only just begun though and the technology and the thinking behind it will evolve. We hope it will continue to provide inspiration for the whole industry and most importantly, in turn, our clients will create ways of using it that we have not even comprehended yet. This is what excites us the most!” See the video below of how the car rig works during when shooting a car commercial. Comments Off on The Mill BlackBird Car Rig for automobile commercial Posted in New Products Jack Miller wins Assen MotoGP, Marquez 2nd and Redding 3rd 26 Jun Photos courtesy of MotoGP.com and Repsol Honda The start of the MotoGP World Championship race would be wet. With the track soaked, the rain eased and riders headed out onto the grid with wets fitted. Conditions were far from ideal, Eugene Laverty falling on his sighting lap. The lights went out with riders knowing a flag-to-flag race was likely, Valentino Rossi grabbing the lead out of the first corner as they tiptoed around the first corners. Riders looked set to consider a change to intermediate or dry tyres but then the rain returned with a vengeance. Dovizioso was able to catch up to Rossi once again. The rain only got heavier and allowed Scott Redding to join the battle for victory, Yonny Hernandez’s fall turning their battle into one for victory. But then with 12 laps to go the rain was ruled to be too severe and the red flag was brought out due to the weather conditions. Not long after the race was restarted, run over 12 laps. The grid was based on the finishing positions on lap 14 and the quick restart rule made its first appearance in the premier class. As such Dovizioso lined up on pole with Petrucci and Rossi completing the front row. Redding led the Repsol Honda Team pairing of Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa on the second row, Jorge Lorenzo lined up in 19th after a disastrous start in the first 14-lap race. Andrea Dovizioso, who had led the restart, lost the front end as he attempted to stay with Rossi. He took a heavy roll through the gravel but sustained no serious injuries. This granted Rossi a comfortable lead until he crashed out at Turn 10 a lap later. Disaster for ‘The Doctor’ in a race which could have saw him right with Marquez in the championship. Known for his ability in the wet, Jack Miller made steady progress off the line and soon found himself in second behind Marquez. After an injury hit start to the season Miller seized his chance and took the lead of the race at the final chicane on lap four. Marquez tried to close down the Australian but Miller kept his cool. Miller’s victory is the first MotoGP win by an Australian since Casey Stoner’s final victory in Phillip Island. He also becomes the first rider on a non-factory bike to win a race since Toni Elias won the infamous Portuguese GP in 2006. Marquez was aggressive off the line, leading into the entry of Turn 1 but dropping back as he ran wide and sliding to third. But the Spaniard soon found himself in first as Dovizioso and Rossi fell. He had an important decision to make when Miller went past him, risk it for victory or settle for 20 points with his main rivals having a disastrous weekend? Championship ambition won out and Marquez settled for second place, extending his championship lead over both Lorenzo and Rossi by a significant margin. The battle for third was one of the closest on track, Pol Espargaro and Redding finding themselves in podium contention due to the falls ahead. Espargaro could smell his first podium but Redding had a point to prove. Redding muscled his way past his former Moto2 rival to return to the podium for the first time since Misano in 2015. The wet gave Yonny Hernandez the perfect chance to show his skill; with nothing to lose the Colombian took the lead of the race on the third lap. He’d extend his lead out the front until he fell on lap 12; his dreams of a miraculous first win gone as he retired before the red flag. Dani Pedrosa’s weekend went from bad to worse as he crashed at Turn 9 on lap one of the restart. Cal Crutchlow followed soon after at Turn 12.What had been a dream Sunday for Petrucci ended in disaster as the Italian’s Ducati died on the second lap, his hopes of a Silverstone repeat over.Bradley Smith also fell from the race, conditions proving trickier than before. Michele Pirro, Aleix Espargaro and Tito Rabat all suffering falls. Several were able to remount, solid points on offer due to all the crashes. Comments Off on Jack Miller wins Assen MotoGP, Marquez 2nd and Redding 3rd Posted in Motorcycling Marquez rides a Honda scooter back to pits for spare bike during Assen QP2 25 Jun Photos courtesy of MotoGP.com Saturday was a very challenging day for the MotoGP World Championship as rain came and went at the TT Circuit Assen, the track rarely fully wet nor fully dry. During Free Practice 3, Marc Marquez managed the second fastest time. It wasn’t a straight forward session as he suffered a massive moment heading into Turn 1, calling on all his skill and a bit of luck to save a fall. The near crash was so violent that the airbag in his leathers went off. When the rain came for Free Practice 4 Marquez quickly adapted to the situation and topped the session. It seemed certain that Q2 would be wet, but just how wet remained an unknown. By the time they hit the track for Q2 the rain had stopped and the circuit was left in a difficult state, some areas closer to being dry than others. Marquez was pushing hard on his first flying lap when he made a mistake and crashed at Turn 8. He didn’t even check his bike, sprinting straight to the service road where he found a scooter not in use, racing back to the pits. He had a moment to catch his breath as his mechanics finalised the wet setting on his second bike, Marquez charging to fourth place with a 1’46.430. All things considered, fourth place is a very solid result. Marc Marquez: “In free practice this morning we were able to do a good job in dry conditions. We managed to maintain a good pace and try out several things with the bike. We went back to the previous setup and it worked well. Later we had to deal with Assen’s typical ‘surprise factor’—we all know that it can rain at any time here—although FP4 went well for me. I made a mistake in qualifying and crashed on the second lap. The marshals were a bit far away, and I saw a scooter with a key in it and nobody around. When I took it, I saw that it belonged to a photographer, but he let me go. I wanted to get back to the pit as soon as possible, so honestly I would’ve taken it even if he said no! Thanks to the great work done by the team, I was able to get back out on track for two laps and we managed to finish fourth. The important thing is that I feel comfortable in the dry, not superior to the others but at ease enough to fight. In case of rain it will be kind of a lottery, as always.” Comments Off on Marquez rides a Honda scooter back to pits for spare bike during Assen QP2 Posted in Motorcycling REVIEW: Riding the 2016 Ninja ZX-10R on twisty roads 24 Jun It was nearly 5pm when I rode the new Ninja out of Kawasaki Malaysia’s office, and found myself joining the start of the evening rush hour traffic. “What perfect timing it was – a chance to verify if the 2016 ZX-10R is as good as its predecessor in navigating the congestion” – I thought. I made the decision to head towards Sungai Buloh town to gauge further how the Ninja would respond in that kind of situation. The 2015 bike had very little issue with filtering thru rush hour traffic, both in the city and suburbs. But the 2016 bike does have a minor problem with this, though. More on this minor issue later. This is strictly a review on public roads. For my review of the 2016 Ninja ZX-10R at Sepang Cirucit, you can read it here: https://www.facebook.com/notes/philip-chong/riding-the-2016-ninja-zx-10r-at-sepang-circuit/1039750096072858 Me astride the 2016 Ninja ZX-10R powering along the start/finish straights of the newly-resurfaced asphalt of Sepang Circuit All the new features and improvements in the 2016 Ninja ZX-10R over the 2015 edition have been covered everywhere else on the Internet since the motorcycle was officially launched in October 8, 2015 by KRT’s (Kawasaki Racing Team) WorldSBK riders Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes in Barcelona. This review will just focus on how much of the benefits do those features translate into improvements in actual riding on public roads over its predecessor. Among the improvements of the 2016 Ninja ZX-10R is the slightly higher position of the rearview mirrors installed on the newly-designed full fairings, making it impossible to negotiate rush hour traffic as the new position would come into contact with rearview mirrors of stationary cars caught in the congestion. This is the “minor” issue mentioned earlier. The higher position is designed to enable the mirrors to be closed without hindering the steering ability of the bike as the older model’s lower angle would prevent full steering maneuvering when both sides of the mirrors are closed, blocking the path of the handlebars’ turning angles. The closing function of the rearview mirrors, available with most sportsbikes above 500cc, is to prevent them from being intrusive when the bike is parked at crowded parking bays but most riders nowadays would simply closed them to filter thru congested traffic. As mentioned, on the older bike, the closed mirrors would prevent full movement of the steering angle but on the new Ninja ZX-10R, they are above the intrusive point but leaving them on default level makes it a hassle in lane splitting the bike during rush hour traffic. The alternative option is to close either one or both mirrors fully to cut thru the traffic but as the bike is quite new, it wasn’t that easy to do so while riding. The opportunity came when the Ninja bike and me were forced to remain idle for a few seconds, and that enabled me to close both mirrors and got the Ninja making its way thru once the traffic had resumed movement. The lower position of the mirrors on the 2015 Ninja allows it to cut thru traffic easily as neither side would grace the mirrors of idle vehicles caught in a congestion except for cars like Perodua Kancil and Kelisa models. Having cleared the rush hour traffic, I was able to accelerate the ZX-10R out of the congested area towards the main road leading to Sg Buloh town. But the idea of tackling the old twisty roads from the town which would take the bike and me to Rawang town and back was cancelled as it was getting late, and decided to ride the bike home after the first “pit-stop” in Sg Buloh town itself. Below is the map of where I had started from “Stage 1” – the Petron station in Taman Sri Sendayan/Metropark Riding towards Kepong/Batu Caves via MRR2 expressway from Sg Buloh town was another opportunity to test the 2016 Ninja ZX-10R’s ability in conquering a different type of rush hour traffic, a slow moving variant that could stretch all the way till Ampang or Cheras but which most motorcycles particularly kapchais, scooters and 250cc models would have no problem navigating thru regardless of the situation. The 2015 ZX-10R had no issue either thanks to its lower positioned rearview mirrors. It was just perfect to find out if the 2016 version could accomplish similar navigation easily as compared to the trickier situation I was in earlier. Fortunately, the entire MRR2 journey was a smooth flow for the Ninja ZX-10R as the traffic, although congested as usual between Setapak and Cheras sections, lane filtering wasn’t a problem as the gap in-between the slow-moving vehicles was wide enough for the bike to go thru easily, and its acceleration power also enabled it to overtake most kapchais and other slow moving motorcycles with ease whenever there’s a lull in the traffic formation. The following day, which was the period I spent riding the Ninja ZX-10R for over 308km distance with a fast thinning Bridgestone Battlax rear RS10 tyre (20% thread pattern left). The day started with a brief ride to the Glenmarie Industrial Zone area, from which I headed towards Elite Highway. Was toying with the idea of refueling the bike at the Caltex Elite station but decided against it as I would like to find out how many kilometres the bike would last since it was only filled up to 15 litres when I collected it from Kawasaki Malaysia. Like its predecessor, the new ZX-10R has a 17-litre tank. It had managed to do 191km when the low fuel warning lights up, and the nearest station, a Petron, along the routes I was taking is still 31km away! Of course, there are other stations nearby but they are not located along the routes so I resumed my ride on the Ninja towards the direction of the intended fuel stop. Like its predecessor, there’s 4 litres remaining the moment the low fuel warning lights up, and the 2016 Ninja would only consume approximately 1.5 litre for the ride to the intended station, at faster speed, or just a litre if riding at economical mode, with 3 litres remaining. But I decided to give it a good run, knowing very well there should be 2 litres left by the time the Ninja reaches that petrol station. I was right, as 15 litres were enough to fill the tank to its brim! With fuel no longer a concern, it is time to experience what the new Ninja ZX-10R could do. One obvious difference of how fast the new bike reacts is the shorter time it took to complete Stage 1 (Petron Sendayan) of the route since leaving the petrol station, and arriving at Stage 3 (Rantau) within 11 minutes from Stage 2 (Siliau), reduced from the usual 16 minutes it took with the 2015 bike! From Stage 3 towards Stage 5 took another 20 minutes to complete as there were a few traffic lights junction in-between but the speed with which the new Ninja was able to negotiate the twisty bends within Stage 3 and 4 (Mambau) was remarkable as the suspension and engine responded precisely to what I wanted them to do. Riding from Stage 3 to 5 is a combination of 3rd to 5th gears, with 1st and 2nd only used to resume the ride on each interval. Stage 5 was a bit complicated as it involves entering and exiting Seremban city towards Kuala Klawang/Jelebu area (Stage 6), with the occasional city traffic, indecisive motorists and a few more traffic light junctions. But the new ZX-10R handles everything that came its way with ease. In fact, the handling is so smooth and precise, it is even easier to ride than its smaller siblings such as the Ninja ZX-6R and Z800! Within 8 minutes, I was already out of the city and heading towards Kuala Klawang on Route B6, which took another 21 minutes to reach! The ride between Seremban and Kuala Klawang, it is obvious the ZX-10R is benefitting from the newer Showa suspension, electronics and RS10 tyres as the older model took nearly 29 minutes to complete the same distance a few months earlier, with weather being excellent and near zero traffic condition. After spending approximately 10 minutes finding the best angle for a photo session of the Ninja ZX-10R with the town’s fruits icons, the journey of Stage 7 began, which was to ride to Titi town, known for its sweet pineapple orchard, a distance of 8km away aka 5 minutes but actually took me close to 12 minutes due to some slow traffic. At Titi, the ZX-10R was parked next to some murals in the town centre for some photos as memories of completing Stage 7 before resuming with Stage 8, which is the twisty road to Pekan Batu 14 Hulu Langat (end of Stage 9) in Selangor via Semenyih Dam (end of Stage 8). The twisty route took about 24 minutes to complete (till the Dam), just 5 minutes faster but the asphalt for this segment has been resurfaced with approximately 60% completed since the last time I rode thru it with the 2015 Ninja ZX-10R. Below (top photo) is the 2015 Ninja ZX-10R parked at the same spot as the 2016 but photographed from the opposite angle as the murals were behind me. The bottom photo is of the 2016 Winter Edition Ninja ZX-10R. Stage 9 to Pekan Bt 14 Hulu Langat took just 12 minutes to complete, and the final sprint (Stage 10) to MRR2 via Jalan Kuari and Route B62 was another 14 minutes, thanks in part to a couple of traffic lights in-between after reaching Taman Putra in Cheras. Route B62 is an uphill twisty segment when riding from Hulu Langat town towards Cheras or Ampang area, but a downward cruise vice-versa. The uphill sprint was fun to ride with the new Ninja ZX-10R, still set to S-KTRC Level 3 and mostly at 3rd/4th gear adventure as the asphalt is sometimes scattered with leaves, becoming greasy or damp due to mountain dew but the traction control was able to take care of the hassles of riding thru this segment despite the rear RS10 tyre was running thin for its thread pattern in the middle but still OK at both edges! Reaching MRR2 means completion of Stage 10, and I would say the new Ninja ZX-10R finishes the journey with approximately 30 minutes faster than its predecessor. The overall time could be at least an hour better as certain segments along the routes were not conducive for faster cornering as the rear Battlax RS10 was already running thin with its thread pattern wear! Comments Off on REVIEW: Riding the 2016 Ninja ZX-10R on twisty roads Posted in Motorcycling, Reviews Chear Global Sdn Bhd Unveils CMC Italjet 125 Scooter 24 Jun The competitive local market for kapchai and scooters below 150cc is set to be more exciting with the debut of the CMC Italjet 125 scooter, which was launched by Chear Global Sdn Bhd, the sole importer and distributor for the Italian-designed, China-made brand in Malaysia. However, the sporty and agile Italjet 125 scooter, being the latest addition to the CMC line-up of motorcycles which include the XY400 Classic, All-Terrain Tekken 250, SK200 Street bike and Regal Raptor range of choppers, is locally assembled in Malaysia so it can be sold at a competitive price. The CMC Italjet 125 scooter, given its size and engine capacity, looks set to appeal to the younger generation of riders who are passionate about riding and pursuing an exciting lifestyle while still maintaining the fun factor. The new CMC Italjet 125 scooter is available in a choice of two colours – Chili Red and Sporty White with a Sales Price of RM6,996 inclusive of 6% GST. Comments Off on Chear Global Sdn Bhd Unveils CMC Italjet 125 Scooter Posted in Events, Motorcycling ? 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