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    Default Suzuki GS-150 (Best bike in Pak)

    Hello Gentlemen,
    After having done a lot of surfing of Pak Wheel Threads I felt appropriate to make a new thread for Suzuki lovers in general and GS-150 lovers in particular. This GS-150 is undoubtedly the best available street bike in Pakistani Market.
    You all are requested to pl post the pictures of ur GS-150 and any usefull tips and modification recommendations for improvent in shape and performance. Till now I have always used Honda CG-125 but I tell you after having driven GS-150 it seems that I waisted my time and resources so far because there is hell of a difference in both bikes.
    I am posting few pictures here for your easy refference and at the same time looking forward for the valuable comments, information and experiences from your side.

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    What you guys suggest to change its look?

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    Yah any one there?

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    i have heard agar is ka carb kaharab ho jay to thik nahi hota or is ko sale karo *** to thok man bikay ga kay ya dono batian correct hain ya nahi?
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    @nai yar aisee koe bat nahee hae.
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    of course jab weight under 100kg hoga aur engine 150cc hoga to ye 125cc bike se zaher hai ke zyada fast aur powerful hoga. but its bad with handling specialy at high speed
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    @PKB
    Dear its weight is 119.5 kg, not under 100 kg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buddy1717 View Post
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    Dear its weight is 119.5 kg, not under 100 kg.
    Thanks for the correction.
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    Any one with the modifications in GS-150, pl share with all of us. Waiting for ur replies.

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    Yaar please post pictures of your GS-150 alongwith some valuable comments.

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    Hey guys! I just bought my black GS 150 today! gonna arrive on wednesday (paid by cheque)

    I'm getting a 6month/6000 km warranty!! wth!! i saw some of the posts and like 4 years back it was like a 24,000km warranty or something? that sounds impossible in today's world!

    Anybody know what the current warranty period is? i just wanna confirm.

    URGENT: Also, can anyone please advise me on which oil to use on this 2009 GS 150? and which petrol? someone mentioned Shell sucks and Caltex rocks? :s

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    @faizan
    bro pahlae iske warranty 12000km ya 12months which ever comes first thee.lakin abb 6000 ya 6 months which ever comes first hae.or han hamesha caltex havoline (20-50) use karna.its the best oil.my bike iz driven 80,000km still no ring.piston problem.over all nyc bike dude and CONGRATULATIONS dude on ur new ride.have a safe ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adeel060 View Post
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    bro pahlae iske warranty 12000km ya 12months which ever comes first thee.lakin abb 6000 ya 6 months which ever comes first hae.or han hamesha caltex havoline (20-50) use karna.its the best oil.my bike iz driven 80,000km still no ring.piston problem.over all nyc bike dude and CONGRATULATIONS dude on ur new ride.have a safe ride.
    thanks for the advice adeel! its good to hear that youve done 80,000
    I shall definitely use Havoline oil, and i suppose i should use Caltex techron fuel also?
    usually i fill my car up at PSO, any problems noticed with PSO?

    its silly though, why would they reduce the warranty to less than a year, when they do make pretty reliable bikes? :s

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    i recently bought 2008 model gs150. i am using ZIC A+ 10/40 as suggest by suzuki, now i am facing a louder sound of tappits , might be due to this 10/40 mobil oil. any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by enigmatool View Post
    i recently bought 2008 model gs150. i am using ZIC A+ 10/40 as suggest by suzuki, now i am facing a louder sound of tappits , might be due to this 10/40 mobil oil. any suggestions?
    I recently got the 2009 model, i'm new to bikes, but good with engines (cars and generators) in general. 10W 40 is too thin! I seriously recommend Caltex Havoline 20W 50. Everyone recommends it.
    Also, people have recommended changing the fuel filter if changing the oil brand. So you might wanna do that :s sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

    Extract from Wikipedia:
    MULTI GRADE: (WHICH IS WHAT WE USE)
    ...The idea is to cause the multi-grade oil to have the viscosity of the base grade when cold and the viscosity of the second grade when hot....

    The SAE designation for multi-grade oils includes two viscosity grades; for example, 10W-30 designates a common multi-grade oil. The two numbers used are individually defined by SAE J300 for single-grade oils. Therefore, an oil labeled as 10W-30 must pass the SAE J300 viscosity grade requirement for both 10W and 30, and all limitations placed on the viscosity grades (for example, a 10W-30 oil must fail the J300 requirements at 5W). Also, if an oil does not contain any VIIs, and can pass as a multi-grade, that oil can be labeled with either of the two SAE viscosity grades. For example, a very simple multi-grade oil that can be easily made with modern baseoils without any VII is a 20W-20. This oil can be labeled as 20W-20, 20W, or 20. Note, if any VIIs are used however, then that oil cannot be labeled as a single grade.
    ****

    So basically, unless you're expecting temperatures below 20 degrees Celcius, dont use 10W, because our 20 to 40 Celcius heat recommendeds the 20W which is slightly thicker (50 rather than 40) and provides better engine protection. It is also MEANT for temperatures around 50 during normal running, which is what your engine runs at when its warm. So its better once the engine is warmed up (which happens within about 10 mins of running)

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    @buddy1717

    Nice selection of rear tire.
    1. What was the price paid for this tire ?
    2. Brand name ?
    3. Would your recommend this tire or another one?

    Thanks.

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    Dear All,

    I am planning to buy GS150 in few days time n my intensions are to go for long drives, may be to northern areas. @ Malik, i know you are one of the member of Bikers Club and i would greatly appreciate your comments on this bike (GS 150). I went to see the bike on last saturday and like all new bikes it was looking good. I do agree that it has slim back tire and would you guys please do comment on newer models of GS 150 as compared to older models. Waiting for your valuable comments PakWheelers

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaizanKazi View Post
    I recently got the 2009 model, i'm new to bikes, but good with engines (cars and generators) in general. 10W 40 is too thin! I seriously recommend Caltex Havoline 20W 50. Everyone recommends it.
    Also, people have recommended changing the fuel filter if changing the oil brand. So you might wanna do that :s sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

    Extract from Wikipedia:
    MULTI GRADE: (WHICH IS WHAT WE USE)
    ...The idea is to cause the multi-grade oil to have the viscosity of the base grade when cold and the viscosity of the second grade when hot....

    The SAE designation for multi-grade oils includes two viscosity grades; for example, 10W-30 designates a common multi-grade oil. The two numbers used are individually defined by SAE J300 for single-grade oils. Therefore, an oil labeled as 10W-30 must pass the SAE J300 viscosity grade requirement for both 10W and 30, and all limitations placed on the viscosity grades (for example, a 10W-30 oil must fail the J300 requirements at 5W). Also, if an oil does not contain any VIIs, and can pass as a multi-grade, that oil can be labeled with either of the two SAE viscosity grades. For example, a very simple multi-grade oil that can be easily made with modern baseoils without any VII is a 20W-20. This oil can be labeled as 20W-20, 20W, or 20. Note, if any VIIs are used however, then that oil cannot be labeled as a single grade.
    ****

    So basically, unless you're expecting temperatures below 20 degrees Celcius, dont use 10W, because our 20 to 40 Celcius heat recommendeds the 20W which is slightly thicker (50 rather than 40) and provides better engine protection. It is also MEANT for temperatures around 50 during normal running, which is what your engine runs at when its warm. So its better once the engine is warmed up (which happens within about 10 mins of running)

    Faizan you are very right. Our weather and climate suits 20w-50 oil. I would also recommend Caltex Havoline as i m using the same oil in my car for last two years and it works really fine. Car has done over 65000KMs and engine is still running good. I have to travel nearly 115 Kms of a daily round trip to my work place.

    I would like to mention one more thing that all suzuki products (Cars and Bikes. In cars you can clearly see the Shell sticker under the bonnet) come with a recommendation of Shell oil; would you guyz please comment on that.

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    do you guys know anything about the heavier suzuki that i see karachi policemen using. they are the ones with the external frame. Any idea on their engine size, and where to buy them from?

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    Asalam O Alikum guy, can anyone tell if one can still buy all the accessories that used to come with GS150 when it first came out like plastic cover thing covering the screws on handle bar and the cover around the foot peg and of course the chromed mirrors etc etc. And one more thing does anyone know if small windshield would be available in the market that one could install around the speedometer that i think would look nice. Thank you in advance for your kind replies

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    The chromed mirrors were available when I had to buy a new set a couple of months ago, but I bought the Sprinter's mirror as those are more practical and have a better rear view(my personal preference). If you just want the looks, there are better looking mirrors available at McLeod road which are cheaper than the original chromed ones. The old exhaust was not available new(unused), replacing the new (plain) exhaust with the old one(with the extra grill) is possible, but you will be paying some extra cash to the owner. With Suzuki, no matter what you buy, ask for the price of the original from the showroom, because the freelancers will always charge a lot more.

    Since you are in Lahore, YOU should be telling us about all those accessories, with four Suzuki showrooms in the city, at least one would be nearby. The nearest showroom for me is 125 km. away.

    I haven't seen any small to medium windshield that fits above or around the original headlight. All the available ones have built-in headlight(s), which replace the original headlight and are lousy, generally having a very narrow beam utterly useless on winding roads and turns. These cost from Rs.1,500/= to Rs.4,500/=, with varying quality and brightness of the lights, the beam, no matter how bright and white, is always much narrower than the original headlight. A much larger windshield was available, the one that Vespa owners used, I didn't ask the price. For accessories like this, one should visit the local bike market periodically, as these items tend to disappear within a couple of weeks.
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