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    Default suzuki GS150 spare parts

    Hi !

    Firstly a quick thanks to all the pakwheel members who keep giving/sharing insightful info on the forums here that eventually led me to making up my mind on purchasing a new suzuki GS150 last month as prior to that I was confused whether to go for the suzuki or the Honda deluxe.

    At present I've done nearly 500kms on it and so far I'm pretty satisfied.
    It has a comfortable ride(excellent shocks as ride on uneven road surfaces is also very comfortable) and the self starter switch comes as a blessing as it saves me from having to kick start the motorbike.

    The rear tyre is a concern as it tends to slip whenever the brakes are applied in an emergency. Should'nt be a problem though as the rear tyre can be replaced with one with better grip.

    Last night I was riding the bike when the cover on the right side ("tapa") that covers the battery suddenly fell off onto the road only to be run over by the car behind me.
    That unfortunately "KILLED" my so called "tapa" leaving me looking for a new one.
    I went to the dealearship today only to find out that its sold at a whopping price of Rs 780 and out of stock too.

    My only question is... is there any place in Lahore where I can find this part at a reasonable price, perhaps a local cheaper version like Hondas are readily available in the open market.

    Thanks in advance

    PS: Looking forward to getting in touch with other Suzuki GS 150 users too as this bike is rare to be seen on the road.


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    archon , plz tell the cost and make and its amperes. i also want a dry cell battery for my bike and can u tell me that can a 12 ampere battery be fitted in the same size???? i suppose this dry cell is of 8 amperes
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    Quote Originally Posted by booster View Post
    archon , plz tell the cost and make and its amperes. i also want a dry cell battery for my bike and can u tell me that can a 12 ampere battery be fitted in the same size???? i suppose this dry cell is of 8 amperes
    this 1 was purchased last year cost was 750 rupees and its 12v 9amp, but as i know now the price is increased so its now between 1250 to 1350 rupees only and only 7.2 and 9amp batteries are available.

    i haven't seen 12amp battery in same size , try yr luck perhaps u will find 1 but i highly doubt that 12amp battery size will match the battery stand size.

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    i saw same battery last days on McLeod road. prices were 750 and 1200 both were different. one of them was same like this.
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    what is the benefit other then being maintenance free , wat about performance and storage of current etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by booster View Post
    what is the benefit other then being maintenance free , wat about performance and storage of current etc
    It is sealed Lead Acid battery, means you will not needs any maintenance on battery like pouring distilled water etc. The life of this battery is generally considered slight lesser than liquid lead acid battery.

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    Dear, side tapas are lose and the credit goes to substandard rubber parts (the Pakistani made, and the cheapest of them, that PakSuzuki has to install because of government restrictions).
    When I bought my bike, I immediately addressed this issue by making use of 'SILICON GLUE'. All the rubber washers are now firmly placed and tapa no more falls. I keep checking it though, don't want it to get knocked off on road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackzero_01 View Post
    Dear, side tapas are lose and the credit goes to substandard rubber parts (the Pakistani made, and the cheapest of them, that PakSuzuki has to install because of government restrictions).
    When I bought my bike, I immediately addressed this issue by making use of 'SILICON GLUE'. All the rubber washers are now firmly placed and tapa no more falls. I keep checking it though, don't want it to get knocked off on road.
    brother could you kindly elaborate how and where you applied the silicon glue? I also have a gs150 and its tapas very loosely attached.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalhead View Post
    i wonder why the side cover fell off? was it not properly closed or what...
    this is the stupid and consistent problem with GS 150. whenever i try to speed up i fear only one thing "kitay tapa na lith jaye fyr" . so now i lost right side cover for three times and now i don't give a F about it anymore. btw new side cover (2013 eu2) model are not expensive they are of rs 480. but if any one has any solution on how to fix that without wrapping a big belt over it. plz do inform. as it looks ugly super ugly without side covers
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    Quote Originally Posted by archon2001 View Post
    securing the side cover was the first thing came into my mind after losing it within the first week of the purchase of the bike.
    also i want to make it look neat as securing with the elastic band would have looked ugly in new bike so here what i did.

    sorry fellows pakwheels server is way to slow to upload the pictures at this moment i will be posting the DIY pictures at photobucket.com

    gs 150 side cover DIY pictures by archon2001 - Photobucket.

    take care and kind regards
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