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Bro, what about the screw at the bottom of the carb. That is meant for draining the carb, right?
I opened it and nothing came out....
I was thinking the dust accumulated at the bottom of the carb might be removed this way???
If nothing came out the drain hole must be clogged up or something. If you want to clean the carb use a carb cleaner or put stp in your fuel tank.
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I noticed quite a bit of dirt in fuel filter in last few months, so guessed it was time to do a bit of tank cleaning.
I wasn't really in the mood of dis-assembling anything, so i removed the petrol filter, shaked the bike for a while so that whatever is sitting inside the tank gets suspended in the fuel. Then put the bike on side stand, turned On the reserve and drained all the petrol in one go.
As i suspected, fuel was very dirty, after draining it was hardly looking anything like petrol. Quite dark and more like used engine oil colour.
And after few hours of settling down, it started looking like petrol again when dirt accumulated at the bottom....
After how much duration this was done ??
Always Do it as early as you can
Very informative thread. PLZ keep sharing
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Congrads for this bike
I couldn't read all posts for this thread. I have a question.
There are some people saying/posting that suzuki gs150 has balancing/alignment problem, is this true?
you ride it you can tell better.
Me too have similar thoughts. there may chances with some people to face this issue and they conclude that (grapes are sour).
this is true that there is less view ratio of gs150 than others but my mind cant believe for the blame.
Achaa agr aesaa koi problem nahi ye lahore mai tu zaroor btaoo?
Kyon k main ne bhi gs 150 purchase krna he please discuss about it.
Al-Hamdolillah my GS has done 1500km, but now a days, i feel that bike pulls at right side even putting my hands on the handle bars. Specially at the speed of 80km i feel that bike is not going straight but infact towards right side. Initially i thought the alignment of handle is out, but now, i think this is not due to alignment of handle, may be both the wheels are not aligned properly or the frame/chasis is not in its position. I want to take the opinion of senior & expert members before visiting to Suzuki. Is any other owner of GS 150 is facing the same problem? if yes, please share ur experience/solution. Need ur valuable feed back in this regard.
Get checked your bike handle it will be gone tighten
So bike completed 10K Kms mashallah. Still has the brand new feel and fun.
Did the routine maintenance stuff Air filter/Engine Oil/Chain Lubrication/Battery Water etc....
Using SGO 10W-40 for now and it is giving good feel in winter. Once winter is over, i'll shift to Total 20W-40.
Broke RPM cable at 9500Km. Easily available at Suzuki center.
Busted the Horn at around 9000Km (A friend borrowed bike and returned with busted horn, don't know what the hell happened ) . Replaced with a local one first but it sounded too childish, and then as soon as i got the chance to go to Suzuki center, replaced it with the orginial one as well.
One thing, i think battery is getting overcharged. My second battery belt is almost degenerated as well and i can see some acid fume signs in battery box. Plus i need to refill every 1000Km.
What is the solution in such cases? Haven't discussed with Suzuki mechanic yet.