NSR: Sinnis T125 Terrain - new more powerful motor!

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Re: NSR: Sinnis T125 Terrain - new more powerful motor!

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Hi Dave, so your mate is going for an imported CT125 eh! That's another bike that's interesting. They just go and go and they have a bigger seat height than the Cub with a bigger fuel tank too. Hmmm. Do you know where he is importing it from and is it costly do you know?

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Data, The C90 owners club tried everything to get Honda UK to import them, but they would not for whatever reason, so not being put off there is now a container full of them coming in from Thailand, the price is about £4500, taking in all the costs and getting them approved for the UK.
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Re: NSR: Sinnis T125 Terrain - new more powerful motor!

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Data wrote: Fri Mar 19, 2021 7:41 am Hi Dave, so your mate is going for an imported CT125 eh! That's another bike that's interesting. They just go and go and they have a bigger seat height than the Cub with a bigger fuel tank too. Hmmm. Do you know where he is importing it from and is it costly do you know?
The importer bringing them in is Seven Seas Motors, who import a fair few JDM bikes.

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Re: NSR: Sinnis T125 Terrain - new more powerful motor!

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It will be a good post brexit test case, I have always considered Honda UK to be a hurdle for UK buyers to overcome, the UK got many older cheaper copies of the bikes and cars available in Japan. Some problems are import tax and some are conformity of regulations.
I have a local Sinnis dealer and I'm happy with the Sinnis Terrain new or old model, also need to look at the CB125F, SH350, Forza350, there got to be some good deals at Dobles on new old stock. Main problem for me is getting my insurance changed which renews in June.
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Re: NSR: Sinnis T125 Terrain - new more powerful motor!

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Any idea about the availability of spares for the Sinnis?

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Sinnis spares are brilliant. They have a whole warehouse full of them in Brighton. I ordered spares for a full service on the Terrain for my nephew and they arrived next day. I'm told whatever you need is normally available very quickly. But I have no experienced of getting anything other than service items. They do spares for loads of Chinese and many Korean bikes from what I understand.

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Data wrote: Sat Mar 20, 2021 6:09 am Sinnis spares are brilliant. They have a whole warehouse full of them in Brighton. I ordered spares for a full service on the Terrain for my nephew and they arrived next day. I'm told whatever you need is normally available very quickly. But I have no experienced of getting anything other than service items. They do spares for loads of Chinese and many Korean bikes from what I understand.

Watch this video below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NiZzykdSU6U

Very interesting. Thanks.

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Re: NSR: Sinnis T125 Terrain - new more powerful motor!

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Red Dog wrote: Sat Mar 20, 2021 7:33 am
Data wrote: Sat Mar 20, 2021 6:09 am Sinnis spares are brilliant. They have a whole warehouse full of them in Brighton. I ordered spares for a full service on the Terrain for my nephew and they arrived next day. I'm told whatever you need is normally available very quickly. But I have no experienced of getting anything other than service items. They do spares for loads of Chinese and many Korean bikes from what I understand.

Watch this video below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NiZzykdSU6U

Very interesting. Thanks.

Now please stop making me want one.
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Dave Weller wrote: Fri Mar 19, 2021 7:18 am One of my 4 bikes will have to go if I buy one to make space in the garage. my biking buddy is buying a new Honda CT125 import and although I can do gental off roading on the Innova the Terrain would be better.
and a few more on there too but not me :lol:
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richie the 1st wrote: Sun Mar 21, 2021 8:40 am
Dave Weller wrote: Fri Mar 19, 2021 7:18 am One of my 4 bikes will have to go if I buy one to make space in the garage. my biking buddy is buying a new Honda CT125 import and although I can do gental off roading on the Innova the Terrain would be better.
and a few more on there too but not me :lol:
Honda need to develop a SH125 Trail just for you, Richie. 8-)

(PS Don't mention that idea around Lyn or he'll probably start building one! :lol: )

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