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Hi, I'm living in Korea, Seoul.
And I'm also riding MSX125(Korean model name).
And I'm running a club of MSX125 riders.(almost 3000 members!)

Why I join this club is I just wanna share information between US and Korea :)

I have a question.
I'm planning to set up a nology hotwire and nology powercore to my MSX.
Anybody who already tried it??
 

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Hi, I'm living in Korea, Seoul.
And I'm also riding MSX125(Korean model name).
And I'm running a club of MSX125 riders.(almost 3000 members!)

Why I join this club is I just wanna share information between US and Korea :)

I have a question.
I'm planning to set up a nology hotwire and nology powercore to my MSX.
Anybody who already tried it??
Welcome to the US Grom scene, If you take a picture of what you are talking about we might be able to help you.

I'm thinking you are referring to these
Ignition: Nology Spark Plug Wires and Ignition Products - Nology PowerCore Motorcycle Ignition Coil Amplifier PC-30 (For 3 Ohm Ignition Systems)
 

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welcome to the forum.
whats the motorcycle enthusiast scene like out their in Korea? Do you think the Grom will be a hit their? Is it already?
 

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that is one big club!

welcome to the forum!
 

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Now members are over 3000 but not many owners though.
Last year(2013), Honda Korea released about just 200 MSX(Grom).
But 2014 MSX is really really hot in Korea now :)
APE100 owner are changing their bike to MSX.

Some of them already put over 5000$ on MSX...haha

A mechanic didn't recommand me that Nology thing.
He said it ain't work well on small single cylinder bike.
 

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Now members are over 3000 but not many owners though.
Last year(2013), Honda Korea released about just 200 MSX(Grom).
But 2014 MSX is really really hot in Korea now :)
APE100 owner are changing their bike to MSX.

Some of them already put over 5000$ on MSX...haha

A mechanic didn't recommand me that Nology thing.
He said it ain't work well on small single cylinder bike.
Good set of tires like the Michelin Power Pure sports for scooters, a good set of braided brake lines," the stock brake calipers" are fine and maybe a better seat if you do a lot of long distance riding. Better lighting system, HID or LED would be good and adjustable levers for both the brake and clutch.

Ride safe in Korea
 

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Good set of tires like the Michelin Power Pure sports for scooters, a good set of braided brake lines," the stock brake calipers" are fine and maybe a better seat if you do a lot of long distance riding. Better lighting system, HID or LED would be good and adjustable levers for both the brake and clutch.

Ride safe in Korea
I, using Bridgestone BT601ss :) and am trying several kinds of exhaust systems.
TYGA carbon and stainless, IXIL X55, Yoshimura rs-9 and r77s etc.
For me, most powerful exhaust was IXIL.
And Im waiting for Over racing Titan full exhaust.

I really want to change lighting system, but HID and LED are illegal in Korea :(
 

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truth be told.. to get more power out of a small CC engine like this.. is not very easy and at most times not worth it

just make it unique to your liking. ride it and enjoy it!
 

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turbo makes things complicated in small cc engines like this.
 
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