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  1. hi all... all my previous rides even till now... i have always believed in a good oil... i can imagine sludge built up in the engine and i dont want that to happen with a lousy oil used... my last 4 oil services were with OWS NA Racing... i have used before Mobile 1, Shell Helix Ultra, x-REV, spitfire, bizol, KIC oils, liquid moly,idemitsu, Castrol... etc. i have never used mineral or semi-syn oil... always fully syni & I want my car to be fed with oil from at least a company with abit of positive reputation... until lately... i read and found out about many cheap fully syn oils in the supermarkets... so far reviews have been pretty positive... so i thought to myself... OWS NA racing 4liters = $135 (average price) VX Super Syn 5W/40 - 5 liters = $23.80 (promo) schnell is 4 liters german... $29.90 or $39.90 cant remember... c@rlube is 5 liters from UK... ($28.90 with engine flush@Giant) or ($38.90 with oil treatment@carrefour) ($50-$60@autobacs) carrefour also has a full range of the new oil from x-gold or smthing... Giant only 1 from the range but on offer $27 for 5liters basic range one 5W/40. this VX Super Syn is made in SG... i have purchased 1 btl earlier (note this is only at Carrefour Suntec... Plaza Sing dont have) and will change today thursday afternoon... i will just change the oil... no sparkplug change... no cleaning of my air filter, (also no oil filter change cause no tools to take out filter)... thus i can do a proper test with my butt dyno... haha 2.5liters i will need for my sunny... cost=$11.90... for a 5W/40 fully Syn engine oil change... with $135 ... i can change my engine oil 8 times plus 3 oil filters... i hope this oil is really as good as it looks... so far i've heard c@rlube is ok no problems... Schnell is ok and smooth no problems.... and as i am only using it for 5k OR less, i dont forsee problems... i hope. if its ok i might even change every 4k... haha... the thing is nothing beats a 'new engine oil' drive... so if $11.90 is all i need to get it, why not? more clean oil time for my car should be a good thing right? hang on for the results...
  2. Hi guys! Looking for a pioneer headunit model for my lancer glx which i bought a 2-din case oversea, any recommendation for the following simple requirements : 1) CD player 2) FM Radio 3) Thumb drive 4) if can have rear camera (not a must to have) lastly if can get 2nd hand i also wont mind, thanks all ! I can go JB or msia to buy also if recommended ! Gong Xi Fa Cai !
  3. Hey guys, We all agree and concluded that Cars and running cost of Cars in Sg is expensive. So what's cheap and a good deal in Sg that we can do? I am sure there are some goodies in Singapore that we are cheaper than other countries right.. Instead of keep thinking of negative things can we enjoy the goodness or those "good deals" in sg. Property, liquor and cigs is also expensive.. So perhaps like TVs or Gadget is "good deals"?
  4. Now that mx******* is out of stock and maya*** does not seemed to reply to any of my emails and sms. Any other place to get cheap AMSOIL EO? I am looking for 4 liters of ASL 5w30.
  5. Anyone knows of any cheap season parking near International Plaza? How much is the season parking in International Plaza and how to go about applying it? Thanks in advance
  6. Hi all Would like seek advice on where can i park cheaply for one whole day near Suntec?
  7. All bros, its the time of the year again. time for renewal of car insurance. i was shopping around online and found directasia. question is................... why directasia car insurance so cheap??? got wad ahm ahm clauses anot?
  8. HI Guys, Just wanna see how you all decide on the brake pad you use on your car. Price quoted from Work shop base on Front brake pad for Toyota Vios 1) Cheap type from Malaysia, China, Vetto, Azuki, ... Around $50+ 2) Good one such as OEM,Advice Akebono from Japan ... Around $80 3) Genuine Toyota from Japan .... Around $110 Cheers
  9. Didn't expect an article on Gym to comes from ShopBack. https://www.shopback.sg/blog/cheapest-gym-singapore Cheapest Gym Memberships in Singapore (and Alternatives) for All the Fitness Aficionados It’s a new year and time to live a healthier life. That not only means eating healthier but also striving to lead an active lifestyle with proper exercise and physical activity. For most people, it can be hitting the gym regularly. For others, it may mean squeezing in a short workout in their day to day routine. Let our guide to the cheapest gyms help you do this. Don’t worry if hitting that treadmill or exercise machine if not for you. We also include cheap alternatives to the gym for you to keep fit and to stay fit. It also pays to eat well and have supplements on your fitness journey! Get the best fitness fuel from iHerband get Cashback at the same time! Now with 8% Upsized Cashback until 31 Mar. 1. ActiveSG Gym Image Credit: ActiveSG ActiveSG is a nationwide movement for the promotion of sports for a better living. And behind this movement is a network of sports facilities and programmes that help individuals and families achieve an active and healthy lifestyle. Singaporeans of all ages and permanent residents can become members of ActiveSG for free. Once a member, you can have access to all their facilities which include gyms and swimming complexes. You can also sign up for ongoing programmes if you are interested in a particular sport. For gym-goers, there are 20 gyms to choose from, depending on which is closest to you. Best of all, it offers the cheapest fees for use of gym facilities. Adults who want access to any of the locations during all opening hours only need to pay $300 for a year, or $30 a month. There is also a pay per entry fee which as low as $1.50 for students and senior citizens. Locations: 20 gym facilities all over Singapore Opening Hours: 7am – 10pm (except for PH eve and PH) Website: https://www.myactivesg.com 2. Gymmboxx Image Credit: Photo via Gymmboxx Facebook If you are looking for a gym that offers personal training services, it is best you check out private gyms such as Gymmboxx. It has seven outlets all over the island and according to most reviews, Gymmboxx has the best weight training equipment available. They have three membership categories – Standard, Classic and Signature, which range from as short as 3 months to as long as 12 months. If you are not too keen on membership, you can also opt to go for their pay-per-entry rates. A 3-month plan for Classic membership will set you back $210, while a 12-month plan is $720. Special discount prices are available for youths and seniors. If you have extra money to splurge, you can invest in a personal trainer for $599 for 10 sessions. Locations: 6 gym facilities all over Singapore Opening Hours: Varied. Check website for details. Website: https://www.gymmboxx.com 3. Anytime Fitness Image Credit: Anytime Fitness Singapore Anytime Fitness is true to its name – you can go to the gym any time of the day, as their outlets are open 24/7. In Singapore, they have 38 outlets for you to choose from, making it quite convenient for you to shed off those unwanted pounds. With a variety of equipment available and your access key, you will have no more excuses not to go. Memberships start at $88 a month, and include options to sign up for 6, 12 or 18 months. You also get an Anywhere Club access which means you can use any of the thousands of Anytime Fitness gyms all over the world. That also means any of the 38 gyms in Singapore will be yours for the picking. And if you happen to be traveling abroad in a country where there are Anytime Fitness gyms, you can access those too. Locations: 38 gym facilities Opening Hours: 24/7 Website: https://www.anytimefitness.sg/ 4. Dennis Gym Image Credit: inSing.com Dennis Gym was set up by bodybuilding coach Dennis Tew. From one gym in Simei to 4 gyms, Dennis continues to promote an active and healthy lifestyle through his gym facilities and his dedicated personal trainers. If you are into weightlifting and bodybuilding, this is the gym for you. Working with their gym specialists allows you to try a customised program that will help you achieve your fitness goals. With flexible membership packages that allow monthly payments for 6, 12 and 24 months, Dennis Gym promises to combine effective physical training with fun elements. Group classes on muscle toning and combat training are available here, which is not usual in most gyms. Locations: Simei, Tai Seng, Jurong, Farrer Park Opening Hours: Mon to Fri: 7am-10pm, Sat & Sun: 8am-8pm Website: http://www.dennisgym.net 5. Yoga for fitness and exercise Image Credit: Eli Christman | Flickr Studies show that yoga, despite its low impact activities, has tremendous effects on one’s physical and mental well-being. It increases flexibility, improves muscle strength and tone and maintains good cardiovascular health. Concentration and balance are also on the list, as yoga helps one focus. Gone are the days when yoga classes are difficult to come by and are expensive. With many yoga studios and instructors already offering their services in Singapore, it won’t be hard to include yoga into your fitness routine. It will also add some variety to your program for better health. In Singapore, there are more than enough studios where you can get some Zen-inspired exercise for under $25 per session, which usually lasts for 10 to 20 session. Here is our list, although not exhaustive. For more yoga studios options, check our yoga guide. Yoga Studio Price Location YOGA in SYNC $23 (10 classes package) Bukit Pasoh YogaDivas $23 (10 classes outdoor package) Botanical Gardens/ Woking Rd Yoga Mala $22 (20 classes package) Circular Rd Yoga+ $20 (25 classes package) Pagoda St/ Arab St Yoga Inc. $20 (20 classes package) Guillemard/ Tiong Bahru/ Punggol/ Tampines Alpha Balance $20 (20 class package) Duxton/ Thompson Rd/ Bukit Timah Rd/ Sentosa/ East Coast/ Botanical Gardens Vyasa Yoga & Ayurveda $20 (10 classes package) Tessensohn Rd Yoga Lab $20 (10 classes package) East Coast/ Duxton/ Boon Tat St Yoga Movement $19 (20 classes package) Carpenter St/ East Coast/ Orchard/ Robertson Quay/ Tanjong Pagar/ Tiong Bahru Yogabar $19 (12 classes package) Far East Shopping Centre Akash Yoga $16 (23 class package) Bishan Park Outta Hatha Yoga $15 (10 classes package) Clifford Square 6. Dance your way to fitness with 1Fiesta Zumba Image Credit: Esther Max | Flickr Zumba continues to gain popularity in Singapore, especially with groups like 1Fiesta that promote a fun way to shed off some pounds. Since 2010, 1Fiesta has maintained such a high standard in classes with the best Zumba instructors in the city. Aside from standard Zumba classes, they have also ventured into Zumba Circuit, Zumba Toning, Aqua Zumba, Body Combat and many more. Since they aim to fill the demands of working professionals, they hold their classes after work hours and on the weekends. Classes only cost $15 per session in most of the locations, except for those that are part of a package. About 80 classes are being conducted every week, so you have more than enough chances to hit the Zumba dance floor. Locations: Waterloo, Riverside Point, Tampines, Jurong East, Bukit Batok, Bishan, Yio Chu Kang, Woodlands, and Functional Training Institute Website: https://1fiesta.com.sg 7. Fitness Passes If you can’t commit yourself to a conventional gym and need to change up your routine every once in a while to keep motivated, get a fitness pass. With a fitness pass, you can attend a variety of classes (HIIT, dance, spin, yoga and many more) at different studios for a fixed fee! You can choose between ClasPass and KFit for different fitness classes in Singapore. Below is a comparison between the two fitness passes. Price Location Price per class $12.90 Around $20 Availability of free trial No Yes Able to pause membership? Yes No Locations: At studios and gyms all across Singapore Website: 8. Swim away those calories Image Credit: Pexels Do you hate breaking a sweat when you are working out? Then swimming will be perfect for you. Singapore is endowed with many swimming facilities you can take your pick from. ActiveSG, for example, has one of the cheapest entry rates in the city. Category Weekdays Weekends & Public HolidaysChild/ Senior Citizen $0.50 $0.60Adult $1.00 $1.30Others $0.80 $1.10 Aside from ActiveSG, you can also check the swimming pools under SAFRA. Although they are a bit more expensive than ActiveSG, the entry fees will still be lower than $2. You can find out more through their website at http://www.safra.sg/. 9. Sunrise In The City by HPB Image Credit: Health Hub Sunrise in the City (SITC) is a fitness programme introduced by the Health Promotion Board (HPB) to encourage working adults to squeeze in some exercise before work. The best part is that it is free! Exercises for SITC include yoga, pilates, cardio and many more! There is a session almost every day of the week and there is a range of timings and locations to meet your convenience. HPB has also started introducing more sessions during lunchtime which works if you’re not keen on tiring yourself out before you reach the office. Locations: At studios and gyms all across Singapore Website: https://cprmsadfs.hpb.gov.sg/HPBOnline/events.aspx?program=sitc 10. Hike your way to better health Image Credit: Zairon | Wikimedia Commons Don’t be fooled by Singapore’s cityscapes – it’s not called the garden city for nothing. It has its share of parks and nature reserves, which has the best hiking trails for you to explore. It’s no secret what hiking can do for your cardiovascular health, let alone in strengthening your muscles. Plus, the outdoors can do wonders for your mood. We suggest The Southern Ridges which is a connector trail that is 10km long and is full of gorgeous views along the way. You can reach 5 other parks through this trail. Other parks you can add to your list are MacRitchie Reservoir Park, Fort Canning Park, Pulau Ubin, Labrador Nature Reserve and many more. Time to take exercise seriously Whether you prefer hitting the gym or dancing those pounds away with Zumba, there is a place for you to work towards your fitness goals. For the non-conventional fitness aficionado, if you want to try something new and different, give yoga, swimming or hiking a try. These options can be cheaper than your regular gym with the same health benefits. So, take those first steps for a healthier, more active you this year. The best first step towards a healthier you is to get the right sports attire. If you are looking for good deals on sportswear and equipment, don’t forget to check Shopback to make the most of all the Cashback deals. If you’re lucky, you might even find a Fave promo code offering discounts on gym and exercise classes too! Read more: 55 Fantastic Things To Do in Singapore Throughout the YearStay updated on our Shopback deals and blog posts through our Telegram channel! *Disclaimer: Originally published in December 2018 and updated for March 2019.
  10. Anyone into escooter ? This is a video of two of my Fastwheel F0 escooter. Sometimes I would rather not drive, but to escooter to destinations if it's not too far from home. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVjY3tmYqnc
  11. Hi all , any reccomendations ? Thanks
  12. Carbon82

    Car of Politician

    I think our politician here would not have considered such a cheap car (it is cheaper than a cat D COE!) for even for their servant... Even if that happen, the dealer might be praying hard that the buyer would not come back to sue him under lemon law... David Cameron buys used Nissan Micra for wife Samantha – in blue Car dealer Iain Harris says he thought ‘I’ve just sold a car to the prime minister’ after he bought secondhand car for £1,495. When car dealership boss Iain Harris got the call from David Cameron’s security team that the prime minister was about to call in to buy a used blue Nissan Micra, he thought it was his mates winding him up. Harris, owner of Witney Used Car Centre, said he was asked if he would mind staying open for an extra half an hour on Friday night so the prime minister could look over the secondhand car, which cost £1,495. He was in two minds, he told the Guardian, in case his friends turned up instead and thought he was gullible. “I thought, well I’ll stay here just in case, because the security guard said they’d arrive at 17.32 and I thought, well, that’s a bit precise,” he said. “Next thing I know, Mr Cameron and his security guards turned up, and I thought, this is actually happening.” The car dealership, based in Minster Lovell, Oxfordshire, specialises in “quality pre-owned cars at affordable prices”. Harris said he believed Cameron was buying the blue Nissan Micra, which had 92,000 on the clock, for his wife Samantha. “He looked it over just like any bloke off the street, but not someone with mechanical knowledge,” he said. “I think he must have seen it on the internet, a British-made car, five-door hatchback, not too expensive, within 10 miles of his constituency. And he found this one.” Harris said he had even joked that the colour of the car was right for Cameron and said he was lucky it was not red, but that was as political as the conversation went. “I wouldn’t have asked him about politics,” he said. “You wouldn’t want to start a political argument with a customer asking them about their political beliefs and they say: ‘Hold on, I’d rather not buy the car from you’.” Cameron told Harris he would return the next morning to buy the car, and returned to pay just after 10am. “I didn’t give him a discount, he paid the screen price, got the log book, went to the post office to pay the tax and off he went,” he said. “And then I thought, I’ve just sold a car to the prime minister.” Harris said he did not give Cameron any special treatment. “I think his security team thought it was odd I was just treating him like a normal customer,” he said. “But it’s not like he was buying a £20,000 car, then it might have been different.”
  13. Sorry if this has been asked before and answered - but I did a search and could not find... Can anyone help to share info about cheap or free whole day parking near Singapore Expo - I need to attend a 2 day seminar, and need to drive and park near there. Thanks in advance.
  14. Hi All, accidently scratch my car, now need to respray portion of it might have some knocking to do. Also thinking to touch part other area that have some minor scratches. Any cheap / reasonable workshop to recommend?? Preferbably do not take more than 1 days. I can send in the morning and collect it back in the evening. Can post here or email to me at guezs@yahoo.com Preferbably with contact number and address. I will go down on thursday 22nd feb for a quote. Need to get it done fast.
  15. Hi bros, any cheap mobile polisher to recommend? Thanks in advance.
  16. Singapore is fast becoming more and more expensive to live in, and it's not so easy to get a decent meal for <$5. So let's help one another find good meal for less. It should be tasty most importantly, filling and hopefully include a drink.. I just had lunch with a bro, and we can get the ball rolling: At Lengkok Bahru, there is a coffee shop with a quaint ambience, and there under a big tree, you can find a place to eat that fulfils all three. Plus it's near to the service centres at Leng Kee: https://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/food/wholesome-comforting-fishball-noodles https://ordinarypatrons.com/2017/11/09/lengkok-bahru-fishball-noodles/ BLOCK 58 LENGKOK BAHRU MINCED MEAT NOODLE Block 58 Lengkok Bahru, open: 7am to about 2.30pm, closed on some Sundays. http://ieatishootipost.sg/seng-hong-coffeeshop-a-blast-from-the-past/ And the coffee is good too..
  17. Vratenza

    Cheap and Good Car Wash Shampoo

    I do my own washing of my car every other week. Looking for cheap and good car wash shampoo that comes in economical volume. I don't need fanciful additives or wash and wax (do they work anyway?) Best if can order online with free delivery.
  18. Bluepica

    Where to buy cheap LED strip

    Hello bruders, Anyone know where can I buy rolls of LED strips for a cheaper price in SG (not taobao or ship from oversea) ? I know sim lim tower got dozens of shops selling and also some light shop along Jalan Besar and Balestier, but have anyone done any homework where is cheapest? Need it for my home cove lighting. thanks!
  19. Get a $88 CASTROL servicing package at DM2 soon! Selling like HotCakes! Come and enjoy the Offer before promotion end. Hello ALL great members of SGCM, We are having a great promotional servicing package for Castrol Premium Engine Oil. For those who had been to our EAST branch, we appreciated your support. Our Castrol servicing package is selling like hotcakes. We thanked all who came and benefits from the offer and our quality services. FYI, we are awarded the 'Best Servicing & Repair' Award by SgCarMart fot the Year 2013/2014 and 2015. DON'T MISS THE GREAT DEAL IN TOWN! NO HIDDEN COST! EAST BRANCH : Call us at 63416164 (Synergy@KB. 25 kaki bukit rd 4. #01-36 NORTH BRANCH : Call us at 63635112 184 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 #01-03/04
  20. Where to buy cheap and good engine oil? Any Brand or Place to recommend?
  21. Cheap green laser pointers may be emitting infrared laser which is dangerous as it is invisible. You may be staring at the invisible infrared laser till your eyes are damaged without you noticing it. This is especially so when the mechanism of the green laser pointer is damaged and emits only invisible infrared laser only. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iR1Ku5dnbH8
  22. carloverguy2017

    Cheap way to chat on a Convoy / long trip

    Just purchased a box of walkie talkies ( 4 in a box ) for $50+ and I did a little short range test just to find out the sound quality and having a little fun. Great to have on a convoy trip with your friends , or when visiting theme parks or zoo etc.. where everyone can roam around freely and then call each other for a meal or drink together. Well, at least without incurring overseas charges. For about $12 to $13 per piece.. the price is unbeatable. Not selling nor am I a vendor. So please do not PM or ask me where to buy. Online do your homework. https://youtu.be/UaJwRp-45P4
  23. Need an approximately 30 sqft space to store some personal items for a long period (2-3 years). Sought out quotations from the big names like BigOrange, ExtraStorage, etc but the prices are way ex. Thought there could be something cheaper in the industrial areas that I do not know about. Any recommendations?
  24. Thaiyotakamli

    Bird Nest Recommendation

    Hi bros Any recommendation where to buy good, safe and cheap bird nest? No need concentrated as i prefer normal one like with rock sugar. Been buying from ZIP and Eu. Yan Shang for the past years but quite pricey. Some more i want to try new brands and just tried new moon the filling very little and very watery though taste not bad. If buy big bulk get discount will be better Kum sia in advance
  25. Hi guys, i just came back fm jb. i did hid single beam taiwan,sun-shade,number plate led light,car mate 5 pcs,the small light on the headlight change to led,door visor mugen,the four door metal plates with lighted blue vios word at the price of S$210 for all and the last offer he gave me was RM$80 for sloar film the whole car except front windscreen but i rejected i find mine pretty alright alredy so dun wan it. It a newly open shop just 2 mths, the boss is very nice guy. Is it all cheap? I think is really cheap. It very near to singapore. If anyone interested i can tell u roughly where it is.
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