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    Cool Club 500

    Asalam U Alikum,

    Friends Club 500 thread is for all those who love Bikes, Safety Gadget, Modifications etc.. Being a owner of GS 500 I tried to put all info that i have in my mind & experience that i have wth 500..

    My Traveling Experience with GS 500:

    Well Worlds Best bike in 90s as it was the king & Road Master of its time no dough long as well as short trip give u really comfort at 1st place. My 1st Long tour on 500 is to AJK for 3 days. Really its fun for me & enjoyed a lot on Highway as well as on narrow roads, Sharp turn, Mud, Water, Rocky road etc

    Plus Points:

    No Problem On long run ( even u ride continuous 8 hr)
    Good Grip
    Easy Break
    No Heat Up ( As it is Air Cooled)

    Neg Points:

    Change Handel If u wanna go Long rides its sport edition so have to bear it...
    Don't be smart in MUD..other wise

    Fuel Consumption :

    I am getting 25 @ long & at local 22

    GS500 Manual :

    You can print it really informative.....

    http://www.motorkari.cz/upload/files...ser-manual.pdf

    OIL CHANGE:

    http://gstwin.com/oil_change.htm

    Genuine Suzuki Parts Prices : (Est.)

    Oil Filter = 470/-
    Air Filter = 2400/-
    Disk Pad = 4119/-(Rear) 5671/- (Front)
    Chain Sprocket Set = 17140/-
    Clutch Lever = 750/-
    Break Lever = 750/-
    Tyre Rear + Front Dunlop = 34500/-
    Clutch Cable = 1850/-
    Excelerator Cable = 2440/-
    Battery 11amp Liquid = 3800/- Dry = 1800/-



    Maintenance Schedule

    Club 500 -1186256


    • Initial Service
      • Tighten cylinder nuts and exhaust bolts
      • Inspect valve clearance, adjust if necessary
      • Inspect all fuel lines for leakage
      • (California models) Inspect evaporation canister and vapor lines
      • Change engine oil and replace filter
      • Check engine idle speed; adjust to 1200 rpm if necessary
      • Check clutch adjustment; adjust if necessary
      • Check drive chain tension; adjust if necessary
      • Inspect all brake hoses for leakage
      • Check brake fluid levels in both master cylinders; add fluid if necessary
      • Check brake pad wear
      • Inspect tire condition and air pressure
      • Check steering operation; adjust if necessary
      • Check operation of front forks
      • Check rear suspension operation
      • Check all chassis bolts and nuts for tightness; tighten if necessary

    • Every 600 miles (1000km)
      • Clean & Lube Chain
      • Check Oil level. The distance from Low to Full on the Dipstick is approximately 1 pint (0.6 litres)
      • Check Tire Pressure (33psi Front & 36psi Rear)

    • Every 2000 miles (3000km)
      • Clean & inspect air filter

    • Every 4000 miles (6000km)
      • Check battery electrolyte level and condition
      • Inspect spark plugs; regap or replace if necessary
      • Tighten cylinder head nuts and exhaust pipe bolts
      • Inspect valve clearance; adjust if necessary
      • Inspect all fuel lines for deterioration and leakage
      • (California models) Inspect evaporation canister and vapor lines
      • Change engine oil and replace filter
      • Check engine idle speed; adjust to 1200 rpm if necessary
      • Check clutch adjustment; adjust if necessary
      • Check drive chain tension; adjust if necessary
      • Inspect all brake hoses for chaffing, cracks or leakage
      • Check brake fluid levels in both master cylinders; add fluid if necessary
      • Check brake pad wear
      • Inspect tire condition and air pressure
      • Check steering operation; adjust if necessary
      • Check operation of front forks
      • Check rear suspension operation
      • Check all chassis bolts and nuts for tightness; tighten if necessary
      • Check all cable adjustments; adjust if necessary
      • Check throttle grip operation, play and adjustment
      • Check headlight aim, adjust if necessary
      • Check front and rear brake light switch operation
      • Lubricate rear suspension linkage and swing arm bearings

    • Every 7500 miles (12000km)
      • Replace spark plugs
      • Replace Air Filter element
      • Synchronize carburetors
      • Check operation of front brake
      • Check front fork seals for leakage
      • Check rear suspension operation
      • Check rear shock absorber for leakage, looseness or damage. From forum post: "Push on the tail of the bike, and listen to hear if it sounds like the shock is sucking in air. Pay attention to how fast the shock compresses, and how it rebounds - if it feels like it shoots back like a spring, you have a failed shock. If it comes back in a somewhat controlled manor, the stock shock is probably okay. If it overshoots and bounces around a bit, definitely bad shock."
      • Check rear suspension linkage for looseness or damage
      • Inspect tires for excessive wear, cuts or other damage
      • Check wheel rims for damage
      • Inspect drive chain guide for wear
      • Check break pedal height
      • Check center stand for looseness or damage
      • Check side stand for looseness or damage

    • Every 2 years
      • Change Brake Fluid

    • Every 4 years
      • Replace all brake hoses
      • Replace all fuel lines



    FOR PARTS

    Suzuki Gs500 F (usa) parts list partsmanual partsfiche
    Suzuki GS500 Parts & Accessories - Parts N More - Japanese Vintage Motorcycle Parts[page]=3


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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    it looks like a cd 70 handle in front of huge fat tank of ur ride.. Color scheme is nice.
    brother handle is of 150 for long rides and cruising see my avatar same handle on yellow one

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNAIDMIRZA View Post
    brother handle is of 150 for long rides and cruising see my avatar same handle on yellow one
    Junaid Bro! You r right, during travelling from ISB to LHR, I didn't feel any stress on my shoulders.

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    the day I spotted you on Ring road you were comming from Islamabad ?

    Quote Originally Posted by RocketScience View Post
    Junaid Bro! You r right, during travelling from ISB to LHR, I didn't feel any stress on my shoulders.
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by RocketScience View Post
    Junaid Bro! You r right, during travelling from ISB to LHR, I didn't feel any stress on my shoulders.
    Well Travelling on GS500 on long ride dont give u pain in back & shoulders even u have sports bar handle.. Personal Experience

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    the day I spotted you on Ring road you were comming from Islamabad ?
    Yup

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    Quote Originally Posted by d3vil View Post
    Well Travelling on GS500 on long ride dont give u pain in back & shoulders even u have sports bar handle.. Personal Experience
    Sports handle will give u stress...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RocketScience View Post
    Sports handle will give u stress...
    Don't know abt others.... But mine is more comfortable did long of 130km continuous & more without a stop on GT Road..

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    Quote Originally Posted by d3vil View Post
    Don't know abt others.... But mine is more comfortable did long of 130km continuous & more without a stop on GT Road..
    I agree with you. I too have original clip on bars on mine and before doing the tour I thought that clip on bars will leave me dead tired hardly after 20km ride, but it didn't. Earlier I had plans of getting longer bars, but after the tour ride experience I have no such plans any more
    However, it can be said that with longer handle bar it will get even more comfortable.
    Web: http://www.bikepics.com/members/sniperr and http://wanderersbook.blogspot.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7thgear View Post
    I agree with you. I too have original clip on bars on mine and before doing the tour I thought that clip on bars will leave me dead tired hardly after 20km ride, but it didn't. Earlier I had plans of getting longer bars, but after the tour ride experience I have no such plans any more
    However, it can be said that with longer handle bar it will get even more comfortable.



    Talal bhai how much distance you have covered in one sitting?





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    ^ A total of about 120km in one day. I have done several tours of Soun valley on my CG125 and hardly an hour's ride would make me tired, but in case of GS500 things are quite different, thanks to soft seat and mono shock which make the ride comfortable.
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    Some Changes for more Joyful ride...

    DID Heavy Duty Extreme performance Chain & Spocket set.

    Excelerator cable

    Disk Pads

    All Prices has been updated in 1st Post....

    Club 500 -1306157Club 500 -1306158Club 500 -1306159Club 500 -1306160Club 500 -1306161

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    Whoa, a thread for GS500! I owned a 1996 till Friday which I sold then. But have already struck a deal for a 2003 which I'll be getting on Monday or Tuesday! Looking forward to the GS500 GTG if we can have one.

    Junaid Mirza Bhai: The tail that you have on your GS, it is a custom made, isn't it? It seems wider than the normal one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaty002 View Post
    Whoa, a thread for GS500! I owned a 1996 till Friday which I sold then. But have already struck a deal for a 2003 which I'll be getting on Monday or Tuesday! Looking forward to the GS500 GTG if we can have one.

    Junaid Mirza Bhai: The tail that you have on your GS, it is a custom made, isn't it? It seems wider than the normal one.
    Dera dera advance mabrook for 2003... InshALLAH very soon have GTG..

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    ^Cleared for space
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    Little More Addition to My Bike Gadgets

    STUDD: SCORPION D4 SS

    Club 500 -1357071Club 500 -1357072Club 500 -1357073Club 500 -1357074Club 500 -1357075Club 500 -1357076

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    Default gs500 2001 model police auctioned

    got this babe after loads of struggle nd resources. this bike ws still under use nd due to high resources i got it. am riding it as it is currently and will soon get it restored as a street racer till m done with maintaining my remaining fleet of bikes :p Club 500 -1365930

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    Quote Originally Posted by sH3ikH View Post
    got this babe after loads of struggle nd resources. this bike ws still under use nd due to high resources i got it. am riding it as it is currently and will soon get it restored as a street racer till m done with maintaining my remaining fleet of bikes :p

    Mabrook...... Will See wht this monster come up wth......

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