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Congrats on the purchase!! Nice bike...
1st gear 0-10
2nd gear 10-20
3rd gear 20-30
4th gear 30-40
5th gear 40-50 max.
Further details of engine running/breakin process: From my yamaha Junoon user manual
For a brand new bike, under running process:
Change first oil before 500Kms, 2nd oil change is also recommended at about 750Kms, after that keep changing the oil at every 1000Kms.
Also follow this thread to take care of paint job of ur bike:
Follow this thread and ask questions from other GS150 users and learn from their experience:
Muhammad Congrats Nice Choice Bro
Running Info in detail shared by fellow Automotorsport_lover
yes key points
*Drive slow 40,50km/h
*Accelerate bike slowly
*Avoid Overload on bike
Ma sha Allah...exellent choice..enjoy
Live To Ride ..... Ride To Live
Thank you automotorsport lover
That was very helpful
But i think the speeds u ve mentioned for changing gear isnt of GS150.. r u sure its correct ?
These are correct... during the running phase
â€œHappiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude.â€
MashaAllah.. Allah Mubarak Kary.. Drive Safe
congrats....nice choice ..beautiful and power machine .
Advice Needed for Bike Purchase please!Greetings, I am interested in buying a new bike for myself. At present I have a Honda CD-70. I have used it for 5 years - with its engine remade twice during this period! However, of late, I need an upgrade in engine power to get to and from work quicker. Though I am interested to buy GS-150, most threads here at "PAKWHEELS" has shied me away from it as the opinions expressed here seem tilted in favor of CG125 / or its variant the Deluxe model. Now I am finding myself caught between devil and the sea! On the one hand, I do not like Honda's kick-start feature and unnecessary LOUD silencer noise. However, on the other hand I also have came across numerous flip sides of GS150 that have deterred me from purchasing it with confidence. Following are the points, that I jotted down from most of PAKWHEELS discussions on similar discussion forums:
1. Head Light - untidy magic epoxy inside the head light
2. Battery mounting and holding belts are either missing or of a bad quality
3. Tyre (rear) appears too small and unreliable as it punctures more than often. Therefore, buyers are replacing those with Thailand IRC-NR28 or SriLankan 100/90 - 18" tubeless tyre (but they still tend to put in the tube, because otherwise GS-150's low quality wheel rim tends to 'bite' the tube and thus puncture it)
4. Side mirrors are of inferior quality
5. Paint job quality is poor. Because of this mudguards, rims, chain covers and spoke parts start becoming rusty very early. Buyers also have found AFTER buying for chipped body paint on their GS-150s
6. Speedometer Assembly Cable has problems
7. Timing chain has problems
8. RPM are high even once the bike is in Neutral gear
9. Qualified mechanics are not available - even with the seller show-rooms. New customers keep visiting their respective show-rooms but are informed that their mechanic is unavailable.
10. Spare parts are unavailable. Once, after repeated customer visits, one does get then those are of inferior quality
11. Most buyers complained of following most affected accessories of GS-150:
b. Brake and clutch Cables
c. Side view mirrors
d. Rubber parts like gromets etc
e. Paint and chrome
12. Battery cover lock is not given!!!
13. Tool Box cover lock is not given!!!
14. Indicators are without screws and are not flexible
15. Battery box and tool box cover clips (nakkay) are bad due to design and quality
16. Build quality is NOT good
17. Rear wheel / Tyre is always out (lehraa k chalta hey)
18. Problem with chain sproket (clutch chorro to 'khatt' key aawaz aatee hey)
19. Breaks are very weak. NO Disc Breaks
20. Rubber dampers below seat get faulty
Guys, I know I got lengthy. However, I wanted to cover comprehensively as GS-150 price is pretty dear. I therefore, being a middle class person, cannot afford to make costly mistakes. Please note that I have not focused on RESALE aspect of GS-150 once compared to CG 125
Bro, can you help me in deciding please as you already have used both GS150 as well as CG125. Also, kindly advise about any news of Suzuki bringing out newer design model of GS150 any time next year? Or perhaps Honda rolling out their 150 cc Bike?
wasalam wa dua
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Congratulations for your new ride.
MashaAllah nice bike many many congrats on the purchase, Do give SADQA
congrats a lot bro
keep us posted about your experience with it
its sweet bike n my newly hatched bike love
legend will revive soon
ma sha ALLLAH bhi jaan bohot bohat zayada mubaraq ho
Ride it Safe.
"If everything seems under control, you're just not going fast enough."
good choice....congrats & ride safe
Congrats! Ride Safe --- GodSpeed.
I am only responsible for what I say, not for what you understand..
A question to all : Does any one knows the current price of GS150 along with the registration and Insurance
My friend had baught GS150 month ago and he had only paid Bike amount with registration free ? Is that so ?
Mubrook on new purchase
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