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    Question Suzuki GS150 top speed

    what is the top speed of suzuki gs150?


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    AOA All Brothers,
    Is there performance of bike increase if we mix Hi Octane with ordinary Petrol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FM3o5 View Post
    lol its obvious GS150 will be faster than junoon, but i am saying i havn't done any modifications in the engine, if i do that i can touch 120 :-) my friend did, all i am saying is i expect a lil more from GS150.
    you didn't get what i am saying.... Even if you do 120Km/h on junoon meter , you can't beat GS150 at 110Km/h.
    I have checked many 120Km/h videos on youtube.....
    If you calculate exactly, you'll come to know that when Junoon at 120Km/h on meter, it is actually at 105Km/h real speed. While GS150 and CG125 when at 110Km/h on meter, real speed is 105Km/h.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talhabinomar View Post
    AOA All Brothers,
    Is there performance of bike increase if we mix Hi Octane with ordinary Petrol?
    No it will not, unless u do some real modification in engine that requires fuel with higher octane rating.
    Exploring Machines is my Passion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by imranbhatti View Post
    Let me share my experience,


    Suzuki GS150 top speed -333930
    hmmm, doing 120 at 9K RPM???
    Top gear ratio is 0.913 in stock GS150. That means to achieve "true" 120Km/h , you 'll need to be at 11K RPM.
    probably serious error in speedometer.


    Quote Originally Posted by imranbhatti View Post
    Regarding RPM it is showing relatively less reading coz bike was equiped with 3.50-18 Trail tyre which has difnaely increased final drive ratio. Stock GS150 gives ~110KMPH speed @9000rpm
    Even if it has 3.50 tyre at rear, RPM can't be that much less.
    Stock GS150 will give
    98Km/h speed @9000rpm,
    109Km/h speed @10000RPM,
    120Km/h speed @11000RPM,
    and you are in luck if you achieve 12000 RPM in 5th gear, it will top out at 131Km/h speed


    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    GS 150 hales from a GS family of suzuki bikes and a fine peice of engineering.
    Imran did you redlined every gear before shifting, or did it acchieved smoothly ? I rode my friends GS last week and we had a long lonely smooth road and we tried dragging her, it did achieved this speed but on 11000 RPM ... we were two guys on bike, is that the reason ?
    most probable reason that you got this speed at 11000 RPM is that you had accurate meter. It seems accurate theoratically also.

    That being said, though i have not pushed my bike (GS150) much yet, but i have noticed speedometer error at low speeds which probably means error is gonna be much higher at high speeds.
    Alsons is pretty much crap now a days, even chinese meters have less error than my Junoon's original Alsons meter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gull_s_777 View Post
    hmmm, doing 120 at 9K RPM???
    Top gear ratio is 0.913 in stock GS150. That means to achieve "true" 120Km/h , you 'll need to be at 11K RPM.
    probably serious error in speedometer.



    Even if it has 3.50 tyre at rear, RPM can't be that much less.
    Stock GS150 will give
    98Km/h speed @9000rpm,
    109Km/h speed @10000RPM,
    120Km/h speed @11000RPM,
    and you are in luck if you achieve 12000 RPM in 5th gear, it will top out at 131Km/h speed



    most probable reason that you got this speed at 11000 RPM is that you had accurate meter. It seems accurate theoretically also.

    That being said, though i have not pushed my bike (GS150) much yet, but i have noticed speedometer error at low speeds which probably means error is gonna be much higher at high speeds.
    Alsons is pretty much crap now a days, even chinese meters have less error than my Junoon's original Alsons meter.
    That is not 120. That is 115. Because Alsons instrument panels are piece of ****, you'll have to minus 5-10 kms.
    So technically that is 110 km/h.

    Which is itself the practical limit of this bike if you calculate the top speed by hand using the below info, and any velocity calculation formulae on the internet:

    * rear tire circumference (via size notation)
    * primary and final drive ratios (reductions)
    * gear ratios of individual
    * chain links and pitch sizes
    * max rpm you can reach (of final gear)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepyhead View Post
    That is not 120. That is 115. Because Alsons instrument panels are piece of ****, you'll have to minus 5-10 kms.
    So technically that is 110 km/h.

    Which is itself the practical limit of this bike if you calculate the top speed by hand using the below info, and any velocity calculation formulae on the internet:

    * rear tire circumference (via size notation) stock tire is 75/90/18
    * primary and final drive ratios (reductions)
    * gear ratios of individual
    * chain links and pitch sizes
    * max rpm you can reach (of final gear)
    TIP: If you increase the circumference, for instance, by adding 100/90/18, you can reach 110 or 115 a bit quicker

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    Suzuki GS150 top speed -1448179

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    Quote Originally Posted by abdul.moeez91 View Post
    Suzuki GS150 top speed -1448179
    Torque = ((33000 * horsepower) / (2 * pi * rpm)) * 1.3558 newton-meter


    Yes, but theoretically GS has a higher torque of 10.28 Nm at 9000 rpm, than a CG 125. So it can accelerate a bit quicker.

    Plus, if you'll keep rev'ing the CG at that speed for more than few minutes, you will be pushing beyond its designed limits.

    It will start screaming

    And the chances are that the CG engine will over-heat.


    Probably that's what you went through
    Quote Originally Posted by abdul.moeez91 View Post
    Hi guys assalam o alaikum
    i have honda cg 125 my bike engine is over heating what should i do for it ? Give me the suggestion plz

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    I agree with you @gull_s_777.

    My GS had an ALSONS meter and it also did 118-120km/h at 8800-9000 RPM. (Ofcourse the speedometer had an error).

    Once we planned to check my GS' top speed. With head down, the max it could do was 118km/h on GPS. The speedometer was showing 130km/h and the RPM was a little above 11k.

    Suzuki GS150 top speed -1449226

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ansee View Post
    I agree with you @gull_s_777.

    My GS had an ALSONS meter and it also did 118-120km/h at 8800-9000 RPM. (Ofcourse the speedometer had an error).

    Once we planned to check my GS' top speed. With head down, the max it could do was 118km/h on GPS. The speedometer was showing 130km/h and the RPM was a little above 11k.
    118 km/hr on gps is amazing. but be safe while riding brother
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    RPM is at 9K :O i doubt it seems to be a faulty meter; though I've heard a lot about it that it achives the full speed of 120km/h, but poor braking, should be DISC Brake to control such high speed
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    Quote Originally Posted by khanthegr8 View Post
    RPM is at 9K :O i doubt it seems to be a faulty meter; though I've heard a lot about it that it achives the full speed of 120km/h, but poor braking, should be DISC Brake to control such high speed
    At those speeds, even a disk brake will not help in stopping instantly.
    Stopping distance is nearly 110 meters for speed over 80 km/h. For disk brakes, it might be 100 meters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ansee View Post
    I agree with you @gull_s_777.

    My GS had an ALSONS meter and it also did 118-120km/h at 8800-9000 RPM. (Ofcourse the speedometer had an error).

    Once we planned to check my GS' top speed. With head down, the max it could do was 118km/h on GPS. The speedometer was showing 130km/h and the RPM was a little above 11k.

    Suzuki GS150 top speed -1449226
    Amazing speed
    my GS can do 105+ on GPS. But i am not sure about 110, may be with head down and stuff

    At 9K RPM, it shows 115Km/h on meter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gull_s_777 View Post
    Amazing speed
    my GS can do 105+ on GPS. But i am not sure about 110, may be with head down and stuff

    At 9K RPM, it shows 115Km/h on meter.
    True. Depends on the total mass (including yours as well).
    Plus, using a wider 100/90/18 tire will increase its circumference and will help.

    GS does 0 to 100, in probably 20-30 seconds. Above that, it's gonna take a bit of time or should I say COURAGE cause, breaking from that speed sucks on Pakistani bikes .

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    Days earlier tried hard, 105 km/h max.(no gps) my weight is around 84 kg.

    My son was riding GTO, passed me easily........
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    He passed easily but not in the long run same results.
    Quote Originally Posted by basic View Post
    Days earlier tried hard, 105 km/h max.(no gps) my weight is around 84 kg.

    My son was riding GTO, passed me easily........

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    Quote Originally Posted by basic View Post
    Days earlier tried hard, 105 km/h max.(no gps) my weight is around 84 kg.

    My son was riding GTO, passed me easily........
    Where were you guys driving?
    As far as i know, FSD has no roads with light traffic, to pull off that kind of feat in less than two minute (time required to go beyond 100 km/h).

    You must have tested it at night or on motorway

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    Guys i personally know that a biker is a biker becuase of the freedom of ride and we love speedy bikes... but please do it carefully in a controlled environment no matter where but do take all the counter measures before pushing the small machines to limit.
    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 sleepyhead View Post
    At those speeds, even a disk brake will not help in stopping instantly.
    Stopping distance is nearly 110 meters for speed over 80 km/h. For disk brakes, it might be 100 meters.
    You don't use disc brake for "instant" stopping. You use disc brake because of its lesser "response time".

    Stopping from high speeds with a disc brake will be MUCH quicker.
    Riders on the storm ... literally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basic View Post
    Days earlier tried hard, 105 km/h max.(no gps) my weight is around 84 kg.

    My son was riding GTO, passed me easily........
    could have been opposite wind.
    Few days back i tried to keep a mehran at my tail but it clocked only 100km/h thanks to strong opposing wind.
    Mehran took over in a matter of seconds.

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