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    well guys there have been so much threads here on this topic, so a noble thought came to my mind tht i should make a STICKY thread which should discuss each and everything of SPRINTER and ECO...

    so ALL STORIES GO HERE and plz dont bother to make any other thread....
    thnx...
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    @ vakas

    how many more satisfactions do u want now? hun tusee wee laay hee lawooo
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    Suzuki company suggests havoline oil for eco but it is awailable in l litre packing costing Rs 225. Today i got .7litre total oil for Rs 130. It is 20W50. Is it also equally useful or it is of inferior quality?. What oil you people use.

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    Bilal, Seagoat, xtremist,

    I feel my Eco has been a rare bad performer, as I see you all are satisfied with your bikes. You go smoothly at 100 km while my eco starts making noises after 75 km. I dare not go above 60 km now, lest some problem may arise.

    Now about the suspension. With one rider the suspension of Suzuki is harsh. The front suspension softens a bit at 40+ km speed, specially if the weight is transferred towards the front shock absorbers by sitting near the fuel tank. But at 20 km or less, it is vey harsh in any way. With two riders it is reasonably soft and pleasant. But usually I am the only rider so at potholes and uneven surfaces it is really unpleasant.
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    @ seagoat!

    well i use CALTEX CXT and its working fine....havent used TOTAL but i have heard its good....hmmm .7 liter for just 130, i try it in future..

    @ seagoat!

    well yaar my Sprinter has one of the best front shocks in local bikes at the moment....believe me it gives a great feeling when i press the front break lever a little wutever the speed is...it just makes my hands go up and down...
    and rear suspension, yes its hard when u are driving single but gets better when 2.....
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    Bil? Sea? Vakas?
    Any input?????
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    @ all

    i got my bike's oil changed two days back....this time i used TOTAL's engine oil which is 7000ml for Rs 136...

    i am very disappointed with the oil....whenever i rev my bike up a little and then stop it (on signals etc) and leave the race, the egine turns off....i really am sure that its the new oil which is responsible for it coz my last oil (CLATEX CXT) which was , although in the engine for more than 2000kms, didnt do like this even once....

    i talked to one of my friends abt this and he told me that Total oils are only for 2 stroke bikes....i am really tensed since then....

    btw i highly recommend not to use TOTAL ateleast for ur sprinters/ ECOs....
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    I 100% agree with xtre. I felt the same problems. The engine has started generating noise and vibrations. The speed is also reduced. Never use this total oil it is total disappointment. I think havoline is the best. I shall change the oil after 500km

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    Xtremist u bought cheapeast total oil If u wanna use total than find Total Quartz 5000 in 1 liter pack it will cast 230 Rs but its the best oil available ratting wise it has the latest technology and in cars they say u can easily use it for 6000 Km... its hard to find quartz 5000 in 1 liter pack but mostly good honda service dealers have them i know 1 guy who have it and i always buy from him.. the oil is very good..
    Speed costs money, how fast can you afford to go.

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    @ vakas

    yeh i bought the cheapest one...infact i gave it a try coz it is cheapest in market..btw im not gona try another TOTAL even if its better..
    waiting for next 1000kms to be done for next oil change and get a Havoline
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    brothers i drove Cd-100 and Sprinter simple one the other day. yar Cd is amazingly comfortable bike comparitivly. whereas sprinter was like sitting on a brick...lot of difference...

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    any one knows the official website of Suzuki motercycles Pakistan.

    i couldnt fond one...

    www.suzuki.com.pk is not the one...

    amzzzzzzzzzzzzzzing if it's not there....

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    Waisa i have also used havoline the prob i found with havoline is if u really put extra on your engine the oil starts to burn off and even few 125 owners also say the havoline starts to burn so i think castrol gtx is better oil then havoline and both have same specifications
    so i use GTX or Quartz 5000 if i m lucky to find quartz...
    Speed costs money, how fast can you afford to go.

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    @ vakas

    nahi yaar havoline is quite good...my brother has been using it since he bought his bike and its going great..he recently bought 1 liter pack for abt Rs 235 ( idont remember exactly)...

    wesay has anybody used SHELL ADVANCE?? i daily see its advertisement on TV in which they specially say "AAP K ENGINE KEE PERFORMANCE KO BEHTER BANAANAY K LIYAY"...i mean why do they emphasize on performance?? does it really do something like tht??

    and one thing more...is there such thing that different oils are for different cc bikes..?? i mean a specific oil for 70 class and special ones for 100+cc class???
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    whereas sprinter was like sitting on a brick


    True!!
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    Suzuki Zeus, the latest bike from Suzuki Motorcycles India Pvt Ltd has been launched. The 125cc single cylinder Suzuki Zeus comes at a price of f Rs 46,084. The bike had a soft launch earlier this year.



    Besides Suzuki Zeus, Suzuki India has another motorcycle in the Indian market, called Suzuki Heat. Both Zeus and Heat are part of Suzuki's attempts to come back to the Indian market, which it had left in the late 90s. During its earlier Indian coming, Suzuki partnered TVS for its two-wheeler business.

    Suzuki Zeus will be available in three colours, the company said. These are Candy Antares Red (19A), Metallic Titanium Gold (YM3) and Pearl Nebular Black (YAY). To manufacture Suzuki Zeus and Suzuki Heat, the company has invested Rs 200 crore at its Gurgaon manufacturing plant. The production capacity of the plant is 100,000 bikes per annum.

    Some of the features of the Suzuki Zeus motorcycle include the stylish instrument cluster with odometer, gear shift indicator, long and inclined seat with a helmet holdet. The front brakes of the Suzuki Zeus are disc brakes, while the rear brakes are drum-types. Below and infront of the engine is a stylish under cowl, offering extra protection to the engine. Suzuki Zeus is a kick-start bike.

    The 125-cc bike market is the most crowded 2-wheeler segment in India. Suzuki Zeus and sibling Suzuki Heat will have an uphill task traying to carve out market share in this category.

    Suzuki is hoping that its established leadership in the small car segment and the accumulated goodwill will help it make a mark in the Indian bike segment.

    SUZUKI ZEUS MOTORCYCLE: SPECIFICATIONS:
    ZEUS - 125X SPECIFICATIONS
    Dimensions And Dry Mass
    Overall length 2040 mm
    Overall width 770 mm
    Wheelbase 1240 mm
    Ground clearance 155 mm
    Overall height 1125 mm
    Dry mass 114 kgs
    Engine
    Type Four-stroke, Air-cooled,OHC
    Number of cylinders 1
    Bore x Stroke 53.5 mm x 55.2 mm
    Displacement 124 cm3 (cc)
    Compression ratio 9.6:1
    Carburettor VM18
    Air cleaner Non-woven fabric element
    Starter system Kick
    Lubrication system Wet sump
    Transmission
    Clutch Wet multi-plate type
    Transmission 5-speed constant mesh
    Gearshift patterm 1-down, 4-up
    Chassis
    Front suspension Telescopic, Coil spring, Oil damped
    Rear suspension Swing-arm type, Coil spring, Oil damped
    Front brake Disc brake
    Rear brake Drum brake (130 mm)
    Front tyre size 2.75 -18.42P
    Rear tyre size 3.00-18.52P
    Electrical
    Ignition type Electronic Ignition (CDI)
    Spark plug NGK
    Battery 12V 9.0kC (2.5 Ah)/10HR
    Headlight 12V 35/35W
    Brake light/Tail-Light 12V 21/5W
    Fuel Tank : Capacities
    Including reserve 12.0 L
    Reserve 2.1 L

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    Upwards Onwards, when the going gets tough the Tough gets going.

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    I cannot understand one thing that why Suzuki is doing injustice with Pakistani customers by selling them outdated bikes ( see the lights, instrument clusters, panels etc ) for Rs. 72,000/- whereas here in India the even the lower end model Zuzuki Heat 125 ( 5 gears )is available for 33,900/- and its alloy wheeled version just for 35,500/- with dealer discounts ranging from Rs. 500 to 1000/-. What to talk about the Suzuki Zeus with Electric start, trendy alloys, Disc at front, Tachometer etc just for Rs. 46,500/- with discounts ranging for 1000/- top 1500/-.

    Even if we take into consideration the INR and PKR curreny conversion rate i.e. 1=1.42/- still these should not cost more than minimum 48,138/- and Rs. 66,030/- for the top end model in Pakistan.

    Why is it so ?
    Upwards Onwards, when the going gets tough the Tough gets going.

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    its coz of us (the users) we pay all they want and purchase all the junk they offer ( i am talking about all manufactureres in pakistan in generall).

    They dont care about customers and on the other hand customers/comsumers also dont approach these companies with their concerns. Han what we are very good at is (fighting with eachother you will see a lot of heat here in the coming days
    (i love pakistan)
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    Sometimes I think that it may be due to small economy, little population as compared to India but then another thing comes to mind that Pakistan is atleast bigger in size and population than Korea ( If we ignore Japan here ).

    Intellect wise Pakistan is second to none and if we consider its population and market it must be ready for all changes as we are witnessing here for the last 15 years or so.

    Here in a matter of last 10 years all the Bike companies have build their own R&D houses and every company comes with a new model every 6-12 months( New engine/chassis etc ) and every 3-4 months with minor changes like panels, Head light consoles / instruments etc ( Example - Bajaj 4ST to Bajaj Boxer & AT to Bajaj Caliber to Caliber croma to Bajaj CT-100 to Bajaj Byk to Bajaj Wind to Bajaj Pulsar to Bajaj Discover to Bajaj Eliminator to Bajaj Avenger to Bajaj Platina all these with a number of fuel tank/side panel and head light console options also every bike is available in 2 or 3 engine options like 112 cc or 150 cc or 180 cc and even 200 cc. )

    I feel it is the duty of the Govt to look for such matters as it is directly responsible to the public for answering such intricate questions as I have just put forward.

    It is another matter if the Govt is not responsible to the public. It is the Govt ( Commitee of Public representatives ) to make an atmosphere to operate for the Manufacturers and to make available every raw material needed plus skilled and highly skilled manpower locally.
    Upwards Onwards, when the going gets tough the Tough gets going.

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    Just see the ist Bajaj bike Bajaj 4S and the evolution ( Bajaj started with Kawasaki KB 100 2 stroke bike in 1986-87 and never looked back with its own designed 4 stroke engine of 4S to Caliber and so on.
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    The DTsi engine range ( Digital twin spark ignition with two spark plugs ) again an all indian effort. Bajaj sells more than 20 lakh bikes each year 2nd only after the market leader Hero Honda. ( Hero Honda post is coming next )
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    And the latest Bajaj 200+ cc bikes with digital speedo/tacho, LED tail lights xenon head lamps

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