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    Default Suzuki Sprinter: Late respone at pick up.

    Dear fellows,

    I am observing little late response at the time of pickup.

    After applying the first gear, when I want to move on, I mean when I start releasing the clutch, bike does not move immediately, it thinks for a sec or two and then moves on with little jerk.

    This issue is less prominent in single ride. It is more prominent when you are double or when there are 3 to 4 speed breakers in quick.

    If I give more acceleration then bike moves with a jhutka due to greater pickup.

    I have increased fuel and it resolved the issue partially but not fully. I showed to mechanic and he set the plug gape. Much better but still I am not satisfied or not getting the same smooth pick I normally observe in Honda 70, 125 or Yamaha 100.

    Can anyone has a better solution to this?

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    Have you tried adjusting the clutch? If i understood your post correctly it seems the bike does not start moving until almost all the clutch is released, where as normally as soon as clutch starts to release bike starts moving.

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    Clutch adjustment is also done. As I mentioned it is not prominent when I am single. It generally comes when I was double or there is a need to release / unrelease clutch many times (during rush times).

    I am trying to release the clutch at the right time. Bike seems like it is generating some power initially and then moves on suddenly.

    Quote Originally Posted by IceCold View Post
    Have you tried adjusting the clutch? If i understood your post correctly it seems the bike does not start moving until almost all the clutch is released, where as normally as soon as clutch starts to release bike starts moving.

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    Please get adjusted the drive chain and then let us know to proceed further if the problem presists.

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    Wen this issue arises ? Have u got your bikes carb serviced b4 the occurance of this issue ? it looks like due to Float or Mixture adjustment on carb .
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    i rode a friend's GS150 after it had been left parked unused for around a month. uska aisa behavior tha k race do to aik do second baad response deta but very aggressively. but once the engine oil was circulating and the engine was sufficiently warmed up, the issue disappeared.

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    May be due to either drive chain or tappet setting which will be neding adjustment

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    Thankfully problem has been resolved. Ye mechanic baray dhet hotay hein. Gun point per theek kerwai hai bike.

    1. Clutch setting once again.
    2. Plug gape setting once again.
    3. Chain setting once again.

    and the main reason for me and @ibrahimhashmi11, was the chain setting and the drum rubbers, they wore out.

    Thanks everyone

    Quote Originally Posted by ibrahimhashmi11 View Post
    May be due to either drive chain or tappet setting which will be neding adjustment

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