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Importing A Super Bike To Sri Lanka

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I've heard that a bill has been passed in parliament allowing big bikes as it was requested by the two young princes. However it has not been gazetted as yet according to my source.

Btw saw a Ducati 999 on Horton Place two Sundays ago.

I whis this will be gazetted soon! Buying a super bike is one of my dreams!

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No, you get 300CC bikes.. off the top of my head the KTM 300 exec & egs...

I didn't knew it. Thanks anyway Watchman :)

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Somebody please shed some light on this topic. :sport-smiley-027:

I've heard that a bill has been passed in parliament allowing big bikes as it was requested by the two young princes. However it has not been gazetted as yet according to my source.

Btw saw a Ducati 999 on Horton Place two Sundays ago.

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I have heard that it is allowed to bring down bikes up to 349 CC in engine capacity. But after 250 CC, the nearest available capacity is 350 CC or 400 CC so far.

Please correct me if I'm wrong.

According to the above posted gazette now we can bring down 450cc bikes from 18rh may 2012 onwards. But I have no real life examples for this. This is a good news for all bikers in SL. Because of this new law we can finally bring down a cb400 super four brand new bike since it's still manufactured and it's the only 4 cylinder 400cc bike available. Also we can bring down DRZ400SMs too.http://www.honda.co.jp/CB400SF/price/ Edited by kevin1462
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That might be a good decision not to go the whole hog with engine capacity. I'm thinking that our roads are so narrow and accommodate so many animals, that many less experienced riders with high powered bikes might not be a great idea for safety all at once.

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That might be a good decision not to go the whole hog with engine capacity. I'm thinking that our roads are so narrow and accommodate so many animals, that many less experienced riders with high powered bikes might not be a great idea for safety all at once.

True that sir!

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next time you ride your HC bike, you should keep a copy of that photo on you as 'insurance' :D

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see this pic

Janith why dont you buy your self a bike first without being a pain in the ass to others who ride bikes.

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see this pic

Why would anyone care dude? Did you think that we would take up some banners and placards and go for a protest march or summing?

It might be his, it not be and he was just taking a test spin, end of the day makes no difference to anyone. That buggers immunity from the law doesn't extend to anyone else.

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see this pic

& for the record thats not Yoshitha on the bike dumbass. Thats Rohitha

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So we get another 100cc legitimately? That's great news. But I don't know whether there are any newer cowling type models available under 450cc. Anyone has suggestions other than the beloved CBRs or FZRs?

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According to the above posted gazette now we can bring down 450cc bikes from 18rh may 2012 onwards. But I have no real life examples for this. This is a good news for all bikers in SL. Because of this new law we can finally bring down a cb400 super four brand new bike since it's still manufactured and it's the only 4 cylinder 400cc bike available. Also we can bring down DRZ400SMs too.http://www.honda.co.jp/CB400SF/price/

Honda XR400 ftw! :) This is great news!!! :)

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Ducati Monster 400 for me.

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