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NORFAIZAL BIN AHMAD BAHARUDIN (DB100012)
NORFAIZAL BIN AHMAD BAHARUDIN (DB100012)
NORFAIZAL BIN AHMAD BAHARUDIN (DB100012)
NORFAIZAL BIN AHMAD BAHARUDIN (DB100012)
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NORFAIZAL BIN AHMAD BAHARUDIN (DB100012)

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  • 1. UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA KEMAHIRAN TUMPUAN DALAN SAINS (BBR 36903) TUGASAN INDIVIDU : A PICTURE’S WORTH A THOUSAND WORDSFROM IMAGE TO DETAILED NARRATIVE SESI 2013/2014 DISEDIAKAN OLEH : NORFAIZAL BIN AHMAD BAHARUDIN DB 100012 UNTUK PERHATIAN : EN. GHAZALLY SPAHAT
  • 2. Tugasan (Assignment): A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words - From Image to Detailed Narrative MY RIDE BEFORE LOCATION : AT HOME SPECIFICATION CAMERA NAME : SAMSUNG GALAXY S2 SPEED : 8.0 MP ACCESSORIES : ANDROID VERSION AFTER
  • 3. MZ MOSKITO 125R ( BEFORE ) In 1907, a German company known as Dampf-Kraft-Wagen (DKW) started out producing engines for bicycles. In 1920s, DKW began producing 2-stroke engines for motorcycles, and their designs went on to dominate all forms of motorcycle racing from 1922 to 1936, winning 46 championships in the process. In 1956, DKW changed its name to Motorradwerk Zschopau, or MZ. Due to wartime conditions, MZ continued to produce engines and bikes in East Germany, but it was purchased by Hong Leong Group out of Malaysia, which proceeded to introduce MZ technology to North America. The 2005 MZ Moskito is a scooter offered in several engine variants, from 50cc up to 125cc, and body styles that range from a sport bike style, to a European-flavored setup reminiscent of the Vespa. That being said, zipping around the city streets is a fun, comfortable and economical affair on this bike. The MZ Moskito 125cc version is capable of making 7.3 horsepower and 5.5 foot pounds of torque. Fuel is fed via a 24mm Mikuni carburettor, while cooling tasks are air-derived, and the throttle control is cable operated. The Moskito is able to be started by an electric starter or by kickstarter and both versions transfer power to the road via a belt-driven, continuously variable transmission. The CVT features a cable-operated wet centrifugal clutch, allowing the rider smooth access to power on demand throughout the powerband, without the need to shift. With a power-to-weight ratio of 21.89 pounds per horsepower and a fuel capacity of 1.4 gallons, the Moskito provides great fuel economy. Handling is tight and responsive, due to the smooth telescopic fork in front, while a twin-sided swing arm with a single shock absorber controls the bumps in the rear. The Moskito rides on 12 inch aluminium wheels front and back, slightly larger than what can be found on the competition, providing superior handling in the urban environment. The spinning triangular design looks striking and is easy to clean. Deceleration tasks are handled by a hydraulic disc brake front and a strong drum brake in the rear. The one-piece vinyl seat is able to accommodate two riders in comfort thanks to the wide dimensions and deep cushioning. Beneath the seat, we find ample storage, large enough to hold one helmet, locks and even a light lunch. A rear rack is standard, allowing further expansion of available storage space. The basic instrument panel has an analog speedometer, odometer, light control and warning gauges all centrally located. Horn and turn signals are mounted to the handlebars, while the left and right side of the handlebars each houses a rear view mirror. The bodywork of the Moskito painted plastic, designed for aerodynamics and durability. The faring on the front end disperses water and road debris, as does the rear fender, which is standard equipment.
  • 4. KAWASAKI Z800 ( AFTER ) Building on Kawasaki’s formidable and dominant sales position in the naked street-fighter segment, the company is proud to announce the new Z800. Combining an innovative, forward looking styling approach with many engine, chassis and rider friendly upgrades, the new Z800 is set to maintain Kawasaki’s record braking sales in this ever popular market sector. Delivering superior power and torque via the new 806cc engine allied to a carefully crafted riding package, the successor to the hugely popular Z750 is being seen as a machine destined to appeal to rider keen to express their individuality with the addition of a variety of factory genuine accessories. Equally able on long sweeping highways and demanding weekend riding trips as in the intimate urban environment, the Z800 will become an extension of the personality of its owners thank to avant-garde looks coupled with a variety of clever engineering solutions. The Z800 proudly takes the z family legend forwards. Forty years after the launch of the Z1, the latest iconic Z machine has the styling, personality and engineering features that Kawasaki super naked machines have become the world famous for. With 806cc of power, urge and performance, the new Z800 looks set to take on all challengers and deliver a truly knockout punch. 806 cm3 liquid-cooled, 4-stroke inline four tuned for strong low-mid range torque. With its larger displacement, the Z800 engine offers increased performance at all RPM. The greater performance is especially noticeable in the lowmid range, adding o greater everyday usability as well increased exhilaration. Shorter final gearing complements the new engine character and emphasises the Z800,s stronger acceleration. While maintaining a highly sporty nature, the Z800’s friendly character makes it an accommodating mount even for beginners. Increased road holding performance, and hence traction, on all types of road surfaces enables both sporty and friendly riding characteristics. Tubular backbone chassis design with engine subframe and new connecting pipe, and revised chassis rigidity offer great feedback to the rider, communicating what the bike is doing in all situations. 41mm KYB Inverted fork contributes to the Z800’s quick, nimble handling, excellent road-holding ability and superb feedback. Optimized for the increased engine and revised frame rigidity the front fork is adjustable for rembound dumping and preload. The rear shock features an aluminium body with a piggyback reservoir for increased cooling performance. KYB rear is repositioned 20mm to the left side for better left-right balance.
  • 5. New opposed, 4-piston callipers gripping larger diameter 310mm petal discs deliver formidable stopping power with superb control and feel. Full digital instrumentation, the Z800’s futuristic looking instrument panel features a triple LCD screen which includes a level meter style tachometer, fuel gauge, remaining range and the economical riding indicator.

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