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    Smile My Suzuki GD 110.

    Good day, everyone.

    I have made the long-awaited purchase of Suzuki GD 110 today, Alhamdu Lillah. I bought it from Empress Tower Suzuki, Lahore. It is the 7th GD here on Pak Wheels

    I call its colour love-red

    Suzuki GD 110 has indeed ushered us into a new era of motor-biking in Pakistan.

    Behold, a lot of performance reviews are coming your way. So stay tuned.

    Below are a few Suzuki GD 110 vs. Honda CD 100 (Pridor) reviews based on my experience of both:
    General Riding Experience.
    Frame Vibrations Transferred to Side-view Mirros.

    Gear Box - Transmission System.

    Features worth mentioning:
    Auto-Decompression System
    Suspension System.

    Pictures:
    Few more clicks.
    Some random clicks.
    Pictures after a Wash.

    My Solution to Kick Issue.

    Updates:
    Extremely Poor Fuel Consumption.

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    bro waiting eagerly to see how much your GD110 goes
    kindly check out its top speed now on clean known high way road

    well if the tappets were ok than i guess he did right did not touch them & left them on stock settings
    but yaar that is an very sad behaviour by suzuki mechanics in this than yar honda mechanics are much better
    they reply to our queries infact they teach also the two mechanics whom i go are friendly
    they reply to my all queries and they don't shy to tell specially the one mechanic is very kind


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    Oh, not good
    What about me, mein to bohat tang karata hun Honda Mechanic ko and he always appreciate me. Some times he referred me to some person who is not satisfied or interested in knowing certain functionality. It is also my habit to ask "Why Mechanic is doing Certain Thing" ..

    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    Yeah, finally I have the liberty to to do vroom vroom vroooooooooom...

    No, he didn't adjust tappets. They sound to be okay.

    I cannot tell who is better, but I am quite satisfied with the maintenance performed. Honda mechanics also satisfy the customer quite well. However, I would say Honda mechanics are friendly whereas Suzuki mechanics keep distance from customers. Suzuki mechanics do not appreciate customer standing nearby the workshop area; they have a poor attitude. On the contrary, guys at Honda never mind answering customer queries and allowing them to witness the maintenance process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    I have contacted Pak Suzuki and put these issues before them. The Customer Service has sent a response to me today morning and have assured me of forwarding the complain to the concerned department for action. Let's hope something positive comes out of this.
    Today while I was at Suzuki showroom for tuning, I received a call from Pak Suzuki, Lahore. The person told me he called me after receiving my e-mail on issues in Suzuki GD 110; he wanted to have a meeting to discuss the issues in detail. I will visit Pak Suzuki office on Canal Road, Lahore soon to meet with officials there, and will share the details.
    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    but yaar that is an very sad behaviour by suzuki mechanics in this than yar honda mechanics are much better
    Yes, agreed. They need an attitude adjustment. I might also suggest this in my meeting to arrange CRM (Customer Relationship Management) trainings for their staff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mfdarvesh View Post
    What about me, mein to bohat tang karata hun Honda Mechanic ko and he always appreciate me. It is also my habit to ask "Why Mechanic is doing Certain Thing" ..
    I do the same We cannot help it. All techies ask questions, lots of them. I used to ask loads of questions to Honda mechanics whenever I went there for service, and they were ever-happy to answer all my questions patiently.

    Perhaps being questioned about their work irritates Suzuki mechanics because it hurts their "holy" ego if anyone questions them about what they are doing. They think we do not have trust in their skills, but it is not the case - we ask only to be knowledgeable in the process. Of course, knowledge is better than ignorance.
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    Any lucky guys in here from Lahore who got their GD's registration documents yet? I applied for registration on 20 July, 2013 (one-and-a-half month ago), and I am still waiting for the registration book. Pathetic performance by Motor Registration Authority.

    shedatali, mqsdrana, RocketScience?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    Any lucky guys in here from Lahore who got their GD's registration documents yet? I applied for registration on 20 July, 2013 (one-and-a-half month ago), and I am still waiting for the registration book. Pathetic performance by Motor Registration Authority.

    shedatali, mqsdrana, RocketScience?

    Same here yaar, applied on 13th July and waiting for he same

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    ab tak registration nahi hui???? :O
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    Quote Originally Posted by waqas18 View Post
    ab tak registration nahi hui???? :O
    Welcome to Pakistan! Hail the e-governance of CM, Punjab!
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    mjhe to 3rd day registration mil gaye thi
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    TZB have you checked your GD110 top speed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    TZB have you checked your GD110 top speed?
    No brother, not yet. After first tuning, I have been running it at an average speed of 60 km/h to get an idea of its mileage in economy speed. To my dismay, GD gave a strikingly low fuel-average of 41 km/L after first tuning. It means if I cruise it at a speed greater than 60 km/h, it would give me an even worse fuel-economy.

    I am expecting new fuel-average reading in about a week's time; I'll see if it gives me a proper mileage or requires a visit to Suzuki clinic. Once I am sure my fuel settings are optimum, I shall push the love-red beauty beyond 60 km/h and see what speed it can take me upto.
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    Bad fuel average i think big bore & longer stroke gives it power but drinks more patrol too
    so it think its useless to expect 50+ average from GD at speed just above economy zone
    i mean you can expect 50 only if driven only within the economy zone

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    Can you please tell us your some other conditions apart from average speed like road conditions, traffic conditions. Did you check fuel quantity in a bottle (may be you are not getting full quantity). Are you feeling extra heat on engine after 10 to 15 kms.

    I must say GD110 should give more fuel average. One of my cousin has GS-150 (3000 km driven) and he is getting 45 - 50km/litres.

    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    No brother, not yet. After first tuning, I have been running it at an average speed of 60 km/h to get an idea of its mileage in economy speed. To my dismay, GD gave a strikingly low fuel-average of 41 km/L after first tuning. It means if I cruise it at a speed greater than 60 km/h, it would give me an even worse fuel-economy.

    I am expecting new fuel-average reading in about a week's time; I'll see if it gives me a proper mileage or requires a visit to Suzuki clinic. Once I am sure my fuel settings are optimum, I shall push the love-red beauty beyond 60 km/h and see what speed it can take me upto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abdulrehmanrauf View Post
    Can you please tell us your some other conditions apart from average speed like road conditions, traffic conditions. Did you check fuel quantity in a bottle (may be you are not getting full quantity). Are you feeling extra heat on engine after 10 to 15 kms.

    I must say GD110 should give more fuel average. One of my cousin has GS-150 (3000 km driven) and he is getting 45 - 50km/litres.
    The road to my office is well-carpeted and allows a steady speed of 60 - 70 km/h easily. For those who know Lahore, I take Zarrar Shaheed Road, then Askari X, and then ring-road service road to my office. It's a nice road with fair traffic density.

    I haven't checked the fuel quantity by measuring it, but I see the fuel level after refilling and that tells me fuel dispensing was fair. No, the engine does not show signs of over-heating.

    I am also wondering how come I got such a low fuel-average. I suspect the mechanics lowered RPM but did not make the air/fuel mixture leaner than the stock ratio. Or maybe they took out some fuel for cleaning during first tuning - I did not see them taking it out. But since they do not appreciate customers standing any place near the workshop, I cannot tell for sure if they took out some fuel or not. So I am waiting for my GD to give me next fuel-average reading to be certain whether something indeed needs to be fixed.
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    well yes than wait for for next results as these ustaad log waste good amount of patrol in tuning process

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    Brother yahan kuch bhi kuch bhiiiiiii ho sakta hai. So don't rely on these mechanics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    Bad fuel average i think big bore & longer stroke gives it power but drinks more patrol too
    so it think its useless to expect 50+ average from GD at speed just above economy zone
    i mean you can expect 50 only if driven only within the economy zone
    I am getting 48-51 km/ltr of average at the speed 0f 70-80... I mostly ride at above 70..
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    Unhappy Still Worse Fuel Average

    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    After first tuning, I have been running it at an average speed of 60 km/h to get an idea of its mileage in economy speed. To my dismay, GD gave a strikingly low fuel-average of 41 km/L after first tuning. I am expecting new fuel-average reading in about a week's time; I'll see if it gives me a proper mileage or requires a visit to Suzuki clinic. Once I am sure my fuel settings are optimum, I shall push the love-red beauty beyond 60 km/h and see what speed it can take me upto.
    Guys, this time around too I have got a pathetically low fuel-average value of merely 37.5 km/L while driving at a top-speed of only 60 km/h I have been using fuel from PSO so far, and I am thinking of doing the following in my attempt to improve fuel consumption of my GD:
    • Change fuel station
    • Have fuel-mixture adjustment checked

    Please suggest me what else I can do to improve the fuel average. I am shocked to see a Suzuki behaving like a fuel-guzzling vampire!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    Guys, this time around too I have got a pathetically low fuel-average value of merely 37.5 km/L while driving at a top-speed of only 60 km/h I have been using fuel from PSO so far, and I am thinking of doing the following in my attempt to improve fuel consumption of my GD:
    • Change fuel station
    • Have fuel-mixture adjustment checked

    Please suggest me what else I can do to improve the fuel average. I am shocked to see a Suzuki behaving like a fuel-guzzling vampire!!!
    Oh My God only 37km/lt at speed 60km/h

    bro i advise you once again get it tuned from some other good suzuki mechanic
    and this is the best you can do for your bike and is there fuel mixture screw present
    in GD carb as it is present in most carburetors ?

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    1. Can you do one thing. Once you locate the mixer screw. Tight it to full means clock wise. Now lose it means anti clock wise and do six rounds. Ride for 1 or 2 kms and then check the spark plug. The tip should be white.

    2. Or, turn the fuel cork to off and drive till the bike start suffocation. Note that if it is half a km then the fuel consumption is good. It will something related to the fuel quantity from the pump.

    If not satisfied with point 2 above then you should try point 1. It will help you in sha Allah.



    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post


    Please suggest me what else I can do to improve the fuel average. I am shocked to see a Suzuki behaving like a fuel-guzzling vampire!!!

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