Toyota Vigo, L200 Triton and Navara Experts

In addition to exporting a range of 4x4s as Toyota Vigo, Toyota Fortuner, Mitsubishi Triton and Nissan Navara we are also a top seller of Japanese motorbikes as Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha and Kawasaki.

Motorbikes Experts

Here are some of the Motorbikes we export:

Yamaha Bikes

In 1955, Yamaha began producing motorcycles. It started with simple machines but has grown to its position as a powersports powerhouse, offering some of the best sportbikes, cruisers and off-road bikes on the market. It ranks second only to Honda in the motorbike market. In Thailand you get the same Japanese quality but without the high markup. Whether you need brand new 2009 or 2010 motorbikes or quality used motorbikes Mark is here for you. A quick Email at markpickups@gmail.com will do just fine for more informations

Yamaha makes the following motorcycles: Yamaha FZ6, Yamaha YZF-R6, Yamaha FZ1, Yamaha YZF-R1, Yamaha XJR1300A, Yamaha Spark RX and Yamaha X-1R. Yamaha has the following scooters: Yamaha Fino, Yamaha Mio and Yamaha Nouvo. All of these motorcycles and scooters are ready at Mark Motors Thailand for immediate export.

Mark Motors Thailand is well known for being world’s largest supplier of new and used Right Hand Drive and Left Hand Drive diesel pickups and SUVs as Toyota Hilux Vigo 2010, Toyota Fortuner 2010, Mitsubishi L200 Triton 2010 , Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 2010, Ford Ranger 2010, Chevrolet Colorado 2010, Isuzu Dmax 2010, Isuzu MU-7 2010, Mazda BT-50 2010, Toyota Prado 2010, Toyota Landcruiser 2010 among others. It is less well known that we are also Thailand’s top supplier exporter 4×4 parts and 4×4 accessories. Mark is also Thailand’s leading exporter of motorcyles and motorbikes. We carry not only Honda but also brand new and used Yamaha, Suzuki and Kawasaki motorcycles and parts.

Yamaha Fresh II

Model

KB-105D

KB-105ED

Engine

4 Stroke, Single Piston SOHC, Air Cooled

Cylinder Capacity

101.8CC.

Compression Ratio

9.0 : 1

Bore x Stroke

49.0 x 54.0 MM.

Lube Type

SAE 20W 40

Carburetor

Mikuni VM16 S.H.

Ignition

CDI

Clutch System

Automatic Double Clutchs

Engine Start Type

Kick Start

Electric Start

Fuel Type

Unleaded Gasoline Octane 91 Up

Fuel Tank Capacity

4.5 Litrs

Engine Oil Capacity

1.0 Litrs

Transmission

4 Speed

Spark Plug

NGK / C7 H S A

Dimension (W x L x H)

675 x 1,870 x 1,050 MM.

Seat Height

750 MM.

Ground Clearance

130 MM.

Wheel Base

1,190 MM.

Dry   Weight

93.5 Kgs.

93.5 Kgs.

Suspension

Front

Telecospic

Rear

Swing Arms, Dual Shock Absorbers

Brake

Front

Disc Brake

Disc Brake

Rear

Drum Brake

Drum Brake

Tyre Size

Front

2.25 – 17 -33L

Rear

2.50 – 17 -38L

Yamaha Spark

Model

LD-110C

LD-110D

LD-110ED

Engine

4 Stroke, Single Piston SOHC, Air Cooled

Cylinder Capacity

110.3CC.

Compression Ratio

9.3 : 1

Bore x Stroke

51.0 x 54.0 MM.

Lube Type

Yamalube 4T (SAE 20W 40)

Carburetor

Mikuni VM17 S.H. / 1

Ignition

DC – CDI

Clutch System

Automatic Double Clutchs

Engine Start Type

Kick Start

Electric Start

Fuel Type

Unleaded Gasoline Octane 91 Up

Fuel Tank Capacity

4.5 Litrs

Engine Oil Capacity

1.0 Litrs

Transmission

Rotary 4 Speed

Spark Plug

NGK / C7 H S A

Dimension (W x L x H)

675 x 1,910 x 1,040 MM.

Seat Height

760 MM.

Ground Height

130 MM.

Wheel Base

1,230 MM.

Dry   Weight

97Kgs.

Suspension

Front

Telecospic

Rear

Swing Arms, Dual Shock Absorbers

Brake

Front

Drum Brake

Disc Brake Dual Piston Caliper

Rear

Drum Brake

Tyre Size

Front

70 / 90 – 17 38P

Rear

80 / 90 – 17 44P

Yamaha Mio

Model

Disc Brake

Drum Brake

Engine

4 Stroke, SOHC, 2 Valve, Air Cooled

Cylinder Capacity

113.7 CC.

Compression Ratio

8.8 : 1

Bore x Stroke

50.0 x 57.9 MM.

Lube Type

Wet

Carburetor

Keihin NCV24 x 1

Ignition

DC – CDI

Clutch Type

Automatic Rainforced Clutch

Engine Start Type

Kick Start & Electric Start

Fuel Type

Unleaded Gasoline Octane 91 Up

Fuel Tank Capacity

3.7 Litrs

Engine Oil Capacity

0.9 Litrs

Transmission

Automatic V – Belt

Transmission Ratio

2.399 – 0.829

Frame Type

Steel

Caster / Trail

26.5 Degree / 100 MM.

Dimension (W x L x H)

675 x 1,820 x 1,050 MM.

Seat Height

745 MM.

Ground Height

130 MM.

Wheel Base

1,240 MM.

Dry   Weight

87 Kgs.

Suspension

Front

Telecospic

Rear

Unit Swing

Brake

Front

Disc Brake

Drum Brake

Rear

Drum Brake

Drum Brake

Tyre Size

Front

70 / 90 – 14 MC 34 P

Rear

80 / 90 – 14 MC 40 P

Headlight

12 Volt 32 Watts / 32 Watts x 1

Yamaha MIO MX

Engine

4 Stroke, SOHC, 2 Valve, Air Cooled

Cylinder Capacity

113.7 CC.

Compression Ratio

8.8 : 1

Bore x Stroke

50.0 x 57.9 MM.

Lube Type

Wet

Carburetor

Keihin NCV24 x 1

Ignition

DC – CDI

Clutch Type

Automatic Rainforced Clutch

Engine Start Type

Kick Start & Electric Start

Fuel Type

Unleaded Gasoline Octane 91 Up

Fuel Tank Capacity

3.7 Litrs

Engine Oil Capacity

0.9 Litrs

Transmission

Automatic V – Belt

Transmission Ratio

2.399 – 0.829

Frame Type

Steel

Caster / Trail

26.5 Degree / 100 MM.

Dimension (W x L x H)

675 x 1,820 x 1,050 MM.

Seat Height

745 MM.

Ground Height

130 MM.

Wheel Base

1,240 MM.

Dry   Weight

86 Kgs.

Suspension

Front

Telescopic

Rear

Unit Swing

Brake

Front

Disc Brake

Rear

Drum Brake

Tyre Size

Front

70 / 90 – 14 MC 34 P

Rear

80 / 90 – 14 MC 40 P

Headlight

12 Volt 32 Watts / 32 Watts x 1

Yamaha Nuovo Max

Engine

4 Stroke, Single Piston SOHC, 2 Valve, Air Cooled

Cylinder Capacity

113.7 CC.

Compression Ratio

8.8 : 1

Bore x Stroke

50.0 x 57.9 MM.

Lube Type

Wet

Carburetor

BS 25 x 1

Ignition

DC – CDI

Clutch Type

Automatic Rainforced Clutch

Engine Start Type

Kick Start & Electric Start

Fuel Type

Unleaded Gasoline Octane 91 Up

Fuel Tank Capacity

4.8 Litrs

Engine Oil Capacity

0.8 Litrs

Transmission

Automatic V – Belt

Transmission Ratio

2.400 – 0.830 : 1

Frame Type

Steel, Under Bone Type

Caster / Trail

25 Degree / 112 MM.

Dimension (W x L x H)

675 x 1,935 x 1,090 MM.

Seat Height

770 MM.

Ground Height

137 MM.

Wheel Base

1,280 MM.

Dry   Weight

103 Kgs.

Suspension

Front

Telecospic

Rear

Unit Swing

Brake

Front

Disc Brake

Rear

Drum Brake

Tyre Size

Front

70 / 90 – 16 36P

Rear

80 / 90 – 16 43P

Headlight

12 Volt 25 Watts / 25 Watts x 2

Yamaha X-1

Engine

4 Stroke, Single Piston SOHC, Air Cooled

Cylinder Capacity

110.3 CC.

Compression Ratio

9.3 : 1

Bore x Stroke

51.0 x 54.0 MM.

Lube Type

Wet

Carburetor

Mikuni / VM 17

Ignition

DC – CDI

Clutch Type

JB-110 D : Hand Clutch, Kick Start

JBA -110 D : Auto Clutch, Kick Start

JBA -110 ED : Auto Clutch, Electric Start

Engine Start Type

Hand Clutch : JB-110 D, Disc Brake, Kick Start

Auto Clutch : JBA -110 D, Disc Brake, Kick Start

Auto Clutch : JBA -110 ED, Disc Brake, Electric Start

Fuel Type

Unleaded Gasoline Octane 91 Up

Fuel Tank Capacity

4.5 Litrs

Engine Oil Capacity

1.0 Litrs

Transmission

Hand Cluth : Sport 4 Speed

Auto Cluth : Rotary 4 Speed

Sparking Plug

C6HSA

Dimension (W x L x H)

690 x 1,910 x 1,025 MM.

Seat Height

760 MM.

Ground Height

130 MM.

Wheel Base

1,230 MM.

Dry   Weight

97 Kgs.

Suspension

Front

Telescopic

Rear

Swing Arms, Dual Shock Absorbers

Brake

Front

Disc Brake Dual Piston Caliper

Rear

Drum Brake

Tyre Size

Front

2.25 – 17 33L

Rear

2.50 – 17 38L

2009 Yamaha XT250 Serow Trail Enduro Bike

2009 Yamaha XT 250 Serow on sale at Thailand top motorcycle new used motorbike dealer exporter importerThe Yamaha XT Serow has been a favorite among trail-riders for many years. For young riders or those small in stature the Yamaha XT250 Serow has been a reliable and forgiving machine with a big reputation. The mighty XT was never about being a scorching enduro weapon yet it’s still made a name for itself and, with the demand worldwide for trail machine still high, Yamaha set about making the Yamaha XT250 better then ever before.

The air-cooled four-stroke engine has been beefed up from 223cc to 249cc which delivers an extra five horsepower. That might not sound like a great deal to some of you, but with just 21 horses to your name you get to appreciate even the slightest power increases.

Other obvious improvements to the Yamaha XT250 Serow include a new color scheme, new rear disc brake to replace the old and outdated drum brake and increased fuel capacity to 10 liters. Further updates that prove harder to spot at t first glance are the new 33mm vacuum carburetor, new semi-crade frame and new front and rear suspension. There’s also a new tubeless rear tire and more ground clearance.

While the more serious rider might look at the Yamaha XT250 as little more than a glorified bike, you can’t deny the fact the Yamaha XT250 would be ideal for city traffic and some basic trail-riding. The low 810mm seat height and 123kg claimed dry weight of the Yamaha XT250 make it manageable for just about anyone.

The outright power of the 250cc is never going to win any drag races but it will take you anywhere a bigger bike will go and it’ll keep on going and going. The air-cooled four-stroke engine has a big reputation as a long-term stayer that requires little maintenance to keep happy, goes a long way for an inexperienced rider and is easy on the budget, too.

2009 model Yamaha YZF-R1

2009 brand new Yamaha YZF-R1 now at Soni for immediate exportOne of the most highly anticipated unveilings of the year has proven worth the wait. The new Yamaha YZF-R1 is packed with trickle down race technology, and at the heart of the totally new Yamaha YZF-R1 is a truly unique engine.

Yamaha looks to turn the liter bike class upside down with this 2009 Yamaha R1

Call the new engine’s uneven firing interval revolutionary and groundbreaking and you’d be right – we’ve seen it in the past, but never on a street legal motorcycle… The engine’s crossplane crankshaft doesn’t tick over like a standard inline four cylinder motor. Traditionally, an inline four cylinder’s firing order offers one bang per 180 degree turn of the crank, but the new 2009 Yamaha YZF-R1 fires differently. It’s staggered in a 270-180-9000-180 degree order. Yamaha claims this all but eliminates undesirable inertial crankshaft torque, which allows the engine’s compression torque to build smoothly and provide linear power delivery.

Could the Yamaha YZF-R1 2009 be the best of both world?

The torquey bottom end of a twin matched with a screaming, high-rev powerband of an inline four? That’s the idea, and it’s exactly how the Yamaha M1 MotoGP motor functions – and it seems to do just fine.

Helping the new motor exhale is an all-new exhaust system, and though perhaps a bit unsightly it certainly sounds impressive. Chances are high that you’ll want to replace it with an aftermarket pipe though, and hopefully there will be a few options when the Yamaha YZF-R1 hits showroom floors.

Increased rigidity is one of the benefits of the new frame, but more interesting to the chassis updates are the front forks. The SOQI forks are similar to the MotoGP racer in that compression damping is controlled with the left fork while the right leg does the rebound damping duties. This used to be a designed relegated to budget motorcycle suspensions, but apparently Yamaha has found a way to make it work for the Yamaha YZF-R1. And once again, if it works on the Yamaha M1 MotoGP bike.

Second hand YZF-R1

he Yamaha YZF-R1, what is it? Basically I would call it big power in a small bike. The first Yamaha YZF-R1 in 1998 was explosive, savage and utterly uncompromising. By 2004 it was ripe for an overhaul: underseat exhaust system, angular bodywork and a claimed 180 horsepower at the rear wheel. In reality, it was within sniffing distance of 150 horses pushing the Yamaha R1, but who is counting.

The Yamaha YZF-R1 is build around an 998cc displacement engine. Over the last 10 years the engine of the Yamaha YZF-R1 did see ?

some changes, the early models where 20 valve, DOHC, liquid-cooled Parallel 4-cylinder engine. It produces a compression ratio of 11.8:1, with a 74mm bore and 58mm Stroke. Equipped with 4 Mikuni CV downdraft BDSR40 carburetors. This specifications changed for the 2006 model of the Yamaha YZF-R1, the cylinder compression ratio went up to 12.4:1and respectively the Bore x Stroke changed to 77mm x 53.6mm. Also the fuel system changed of the Yamaha R1 it was now equipped with Fuel injection, dual-valve throttle bodies with motor-driven secondary valves Fuel Injection with YCC-T and YCC-I Compression Ratio. Some of this specs changed again in the 2007/2008 models. If you are considering buying a secondhand Yamaha YZF-R1 you should realize that it is basically a bike with a hooligan nature, by 2004 it has been given a slightly more practical, but not less exciting, edge, bringing better road manners by suspension improvements. In other words, it’s a sports missile you can live with. For the bigger boys, the Yamaha YZF-R1 has more legroom than rival 1000s and it makes a big difference to distance comfort

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