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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.

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    Some random clicks.
    Pictures after a Wash.

    My Solution to Kick Issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    Please listen to my story and suggest what I should do.

    So once there was a happy-running GD which started giving me a lot of rattling noise from engine head. It was already 8,000 km since last tappet adjustment, so it was long overdue. Suzuki recommended valve adjustment schedule:
    My Suzuki GD 110 -1580681

    I went to Suzuki showroom for this purpose, but probably they need a hearing aid or need to see an ENT specialist to have their audibility corrected. In short, they didn't hear any rattling sound in the engine and the tappets were declared to be perfectly tuned. I reassured my GD not to be sad and I will definitely have her tappets adjusted.

    So I went to my road-side mechanic who I visit for minor things like chain adjustment, nut-bolt tightening, etc. So I asked him whether he can adjust GD's tappets; he replied in affirmative and I gave him the job. It was 2 - 3 weeks ago and my GD has never breathed well since. The engine has started stalling ever-since the tappets were adjusted. I took her to Suzuki and explained my problem; they tweaked the mixture a little and told me it should be okay now. But it wasn't (as I learned when I hit the road). A few days later I went to them again and the guy their again did an "audio" test of tappets (as he suspected tappets might had been over-tightened), but declared them to be okay and again tweaked the mixture settings a little, saying if this doesn't solve your problem we will open the carburetor and check for any problem (no, I am not letting that happen; please read on).

    So I went back to my road-side mechanic last night and cried out my problem, and requested him to loosen the tappets a little. He did something with the tappets and it seemed okay at the moment because engine was "hot". Now when I got up in the morning and went for a ride, the situation had worsened. The engine was stalling ever so much than before even after I had driven it for 4 - 5 km at 60+ km/h!!! And the sound from engine head has turned to a very "thick" grunting sound.

    I can't make anything of it I don't know what has gone wrong with my beloved

    Now I am thinking of taking it to Suzuki showroom again in the morning and just ask them to loosen the tappets fully and then re-adjust them to their proper clearance. I think this would fix both the problems: the awkward head sound and the engine stall.

    I repent having had its tappets adjusted by a road-side mechanic I thought it were just tappets, he should be able to do them right.

    Experts, please suggest what else am I supposed to do.
    Road side mechanics can not do this valves clearance job as well because they have not any kind of knowledge+experience for suzuki bikes only suzuki mechanics have complete knowledge for suzuki bikes but they are also HUD HARAMI GD INTAKE valve clearance is 0.03mm & this measurement gauge is not easily available in market minimum measurement available gauge is 0.05mm
    I have question for you is there your bike twin valves has been adjusted ?
    Give me answer it will be help a lot to solve your problem thanks

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    ^ What are you talking about? You can easily get a Measurement Gauge with 0.03mm size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hamikhan View Post
    I have question for you is there your bike twin valves has been adjusted ?
    Give me answer it will be help a lot to solve your problem thanks
    You mean inlet and exhaust values? Yes, both were adjusted if that's what you ask.
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    TZB oh that is very tough time you and your gd have been going through

    i think you should not let the road side mechanic touch your bike if the suzuki
    showroom whom you have bought their mechanics are not co-operative than
    you should try some other suzuki mechanic in your city or try honda antenna
    mechanic tell him valve clearance of gd110 and ask him to set valves on those settings


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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    TZB oh that is very tough time you and your gd have been going through

    i think you should not let the road side mechanic touch your bike if the suzuki
    showroom whom you have bought their mechanics are not co-operative than
    you should try some other suzuki mechanic in your city or try honda antenna
    mechanic tell him valve clearance of gd110 and ask him to set valves on those settings

    Thank you for your concern, brother. But every bike other than Honda is "achoot" for Honda service centers as it is for Suzuki service centers. They have to follow the official policy of not entertaining other brands.

    Tomorrow I'll take my bike to the same Suzuki showroom and plainly request them to loosen up the tappets fully and then adjust them to their recommended valve clearance.
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    @TZB! Did that road side mechanic use a Gauge to adjust the Valve Clearance? Or did he do it with the feeling of his hand?
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    @TZB! Since i have adjusted my CG125's tappets quite a few times, I am confident that i can adjust GD110's tappets too. What this means, is that you should be able to adjust them by yourself, and it should be very easy for you if you have the Owner's Manual.

    The problem here, is that there is no video available on the internet which should be able to tell us how to adjust tappets of a GD110. If there were one, your job would've become heck of a lot easier.

    Its about time you invest in proper tools for this, and you do it yourself. Take it from me, i have beared the BS of mechanics for too long. And ever since i have started to do the tappets myself, my life has become so much better. Of course i had to open up the bike multiple times to get the setting right, but after many tries, I DID. [MOD EDIT: NO ABUSIVE WORDS] i would be happy that i at least tried to do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    You mean inlet and exhaust values? Yes, both were adjusted if that's what you ask.
    Yes my dear i was asking exact for that. there is no need to adjust Exhaust valve value ever mechanics open it to check that is there is a little bit space in it or not tick tick noise became from exhaust valve if it will be loosen out of specification on other side INTAKE valve value always become change to tighten that,s why mechanics always loose it . i have both values of you GD valves let me search it for you
    You can do valves clearance by yourself it is very easy procedure but you need to understand it once
    I can help you in this matter if you ask?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    @TZB! Did that road side mechanic use a Gauge to adjust the Valve Clearance? Or did he do it with the feeling of his hand?
    Yes, he did use a feeler gauge upon my insistence, but I doubt it was of the correct thickness.

    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    @TZB! Since i have adjusted my CG125's tappets quite a few times, I am confident that i can adjust GD110's tappets too. What this means, is that you should be able to adjust them by yourself, and it should be very easy for you if you have the Owner's Manual.

    The problem here, is that there is no video available on the internet which should be able to tell us how to adjust tappets of a GD110. If there were one, your job would've become heck of a lot easier.
    That's quite encouraging, but I am too lazy to do that and I can safely claim the "laziest person on the planet Earth" title. Plus, that famous dialogue from Munna Bhai MBBS comes to my mind "mere hath ki taraf dekho, is hath ne hazaron operation kiye or aaj tak kanpa nahin; magar maen meri beti ka operation karoon ga to phir zaroor kanpe ga". I hope you get the idea

    Well, that was a joke. I would rather leave the job to the experts. The first time I had my tappets adjusted was by Suzuki guys and that was a job well done; I rode out of showroom happily. Why I insist on relying upon the experts is because they have the overall idea of the engine mechanics and know exactly what else might go wrong if they mess up servicing the tappets in particular or any other component in general.

    And please allow me to substantiate this with an example. The first time I had the tappets adjusted at Suzuki service center, the mechanic did not open the magnet cover for alignment. He did it entirely based on his experience and training on GD. This road-side mechanic wanted to open the magnet cover, but I didn't let him do that saying Suzuki guy didn't do that either. He agreed and said he'll do the alignment by "kicking" the engine, I said okay. So he adjusted the tappets without me letting him do the alignment using the magnet, and I ended up having my tappets all messed up. He definitely had adjusted tappets of 70 and 125 a countless number of times, but the job got totally messed up on the new engine despite his vast experience on other machines because he did not have any idea of its internals and how it was different from other machines he is an expert of.

    Ahhh, I'm short of breath But I do hope I made my point clear. But thank you, anyway
    Quote Originally Posted by hamikhan View Post
    Yes my dear i was asking exact for that. there is no need to adjust Exhaust valve value ever mechanics open it to check that is there is a little bit space in it or not tick tick noise became from exhaust valve if it will be loosen out of specification on other side INTAKE valve value always become change to tighten that,s why mechanics always loose it . i have both values of you GD valves let me search it for you
    You can do valves clearance by yourself it is very easy procedure but you need to understand it once
    I can help you in this matter if you ask?
    Thank you, brother. I have the service manual with me and it has the valve clearance values for each valve as below:
    Inlet valve = 0.03-0.08mm
    Exhaust valve = 0.08-0.13mm

    I'll go to the Suzuki showroom in the morning with high hopes. Let's see what comes out of it.
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    TBZ brother you have toke a big rise my allowing a hatoora mechanic to adjust tappet of gd 110 gd110 tappets are adjusted in a special manner as cam lift of exhaust valve position is different in dead engine (switched off engine) and on engine running on idle RPM due to auto decompression get it corrected as soon as possible

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    Today I went to Suzuki service center to seek a cure for my ailing GD. I went there half hour before the showroom opens to allow the engine to cool down because tappets should be adjusted when engine is cool.

    Anyhow, the mechanics came and listened to my story intently. Thereafter, the guy who usually deals with me when I visit there said he'll readjust the tappets to their default setting and set the mixture too. He opened the tappet covers and it dawned upon us the tappets and valves had no clearance at all! There wasn't even a millimeter of clearance between the two. The nice guy allowed me to touch the tappets and feel them. Everyone there congratulated me for not having to see the worst which could have come in the form of jammed or broken valves due to zero clearance. The road-side mechanic had botched up the job of adjusting the tappets.

    Anyhow, my GD was in good hands and they adjusted her tappets well. The bike came back to life after the tappets were adjusted and the mixture was set. Alhamdu Lillah, bike is idling perfectly well now.

    While at the showroom, the mechanic noticed the rear wheel heavily skewed. He advised to have it aligned and was kind enough to recommend a workshop that would do the job right. I went there and had both the wheels aligned. He was an elderly man with several years of experience. While my GD's wheels were routinely skewed, he reshaped and aligned a wheel severely damaged in an accident right in front of me and I could not believe my eyes the skill that guy had. Amazing!

    Alhamdu Lillah, my GD is back to life and our love continues to grow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    Today I went to Suzuki service center to seek a cure for my ailing GD. I went there half hour before the showroom opens to allow the engine to cool down because tappets should be adjusted when engine is cool.

    Anyhow, the mechanics came and listened to my story intently. Thereafter, the guy who usually deals with me when I visit there said he'll readjust the tappets to their default setting and set the mixture too. He opened the tappet covers and it dawned upon us the tappets and valves had no clearance at all! There wasn't even a millimeter of clearance between the two. The nice guy allowed me to touch the tappets and feel them. Everyone there congratulated me for not having to see the worst which could have come in the form of jammed or broken valves due to zero clearance. The road-side mechanic had botched up the job of adjusting the tappets.

    Anyhow, my GD was in good hands and they adjusted her tappets well. The bike came back to life after the tappets were adjusted and the mixture was set. Alhamdu Lillah, bike is idling perfectly well now.

    While at the showroom, the mechanic noticed the real wheel heavily skewed. He advised to have it aligned and was kind enough to recommend a workshop that would do the job right. I went there and had both the wheels aligned. He was an elderly man with several years of experience. While my GD's wheels were routinely skewed, he reshaped and aligned a wheel severely damaged in an accident right in front of me and I could not believe my eyes the skill that guy had. Amazing!

    Alhamdu Lillah, my GD is back to life and our love continues to grow.
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    HI TZB.. Can you share the address for SUZUKI show room and person who aligned your bike wheels. I am facing problem of noise from chain . tried 3 Suzuki show rooms but no success. Last mechanic told me these sound are coming due to some sort of loosen chain rollers.there is no way to remove that until you replaced your chain.. In my experience, SUZUKI mechanics do not bother too much to fix your problems. last year i had a accident in which me and my bike smashed into a road mixer. Thanks GOD i was wearing helmet . I will share all as soon as i got some free time on my page

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    Quote Originally Posted by shedatali View Post
    HI TZB.. Can you share the address for SUZUKI show room and person who aligned your bike wheels. I am facing problem of noise from chain . tried 3 Suzuki show rooms but no success. Last mechanic told me these sound are coming due to some sort of loosen chain rollers.there is no way to remove that until you replaced your chain.. In my experience, SUZUKI mechanics do not bother too much to fix your problems. last year i had a accident in which me and my bike smashed into a road mixer. Thanks GOD i was wearing helmet . I will share all as soon as i got some free time on my page
    I am sorry to hear that, and I pray that you are fine.

    Brother, this is Shalamar Garden Suzuki on G.T Road. If you go there, you can tell the mechanics you were referred by me (the guy who had troubles with his red GD's tappets).

    And the wheel man is also on the same road, next to zero gate of UET. He runs his business by the name "Baba Nazeer Wheel Balancing". I would recommend you to go to him at an early time as he has a whole queue of wheels lying in front of him. I had to wait for two tiring hours for my turn!!!

    Good luck.
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    Baba Nazeer is very very famous person (near UET) for Wheel Balancing. People used to take appointment from him. I have never seen his shop with less than 10 customers sitting there, waiting for their turn.
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