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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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    Quote Originally Posted by RX115 View Post
    i am 2stroke lover and have beast in pockets, never try to buy any local 4stk bike, coz it wont come up to my taste of rev....n i hope as per the local market scenario, will not go to buy in future, only coz of riding pleasure and quick response with huge acceleration, but when i saw GD, and specially its engine design, it looks good to me, enjoy your ride bro,
    There is no doubt about 2-strokers being powerful. I suggest you go to a nearby Suzuki showroom and take a test ride of GD. I hope you'd love its throttle response.

    Thank you, yes I am enjoying the ride, Alhamdu Lillah. Suzuki have lead Pakistan into a new motor-biking era with the introduction of this engine technology in non-sports bike class.

    Quote Originally Posted by devilskreed View Post
    Yes on PW its a hype,,the roads speak better for themselves.
    Agreed, you do not see a GD on roads yet. But check out the overwhelming response PWs have given to GD. It is just the beginning. This machine is a quality product, and it is here to stay. It may not impress die-hard fans of Honda, but it would definitely appeal to rational people after all the information that is being made available here through first-hand experiences.
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    TZB Waiting For More Pics Of Your GD110
    Kindly Take Pics & Share From Front & Rear & Both Sides
    Closeup & also from some distance
    Thanks


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    Thumbs up More Pictures.

    Here you go: below are a few more clicks of my beauty ride.

    My Suzuki GD 110  -1230731
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    Looks like the bike is doing eyebrow lift

    Sent from my Desire HD using PW Forums mobile app
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    4 wheels move the body 2 wheels move the soul

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    Mubarkan for getting hands on such a nice & new comer bike.Ma Sha ALLAH.
    I see uncles also getting GD110 in Lahore & they are having very good experience with their rides.
    I Am the Feel
    I Am The Yamaha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shafin619 View Post
    Looks like the bike is doing eyebrow lift

    Sent from my Desire HD using PW Forums mobile app
    Hahaha, well noted

    Quote Originally Posted by N0m1 View Post
    Mubarkan for getting hands on such a nice & new comer bike.Ma Sha ALLAH.
    I see uncles also getting GD110 in Lahore & they are having very good experience with their rides.
    Thank you, brother.

    Uncles??? Konse uncles???
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    A Big Thanks For Posting Pics
    MashAllah Bike Is Looking Very Good

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    Thumbs up Solution to Kick Issue.

    Brothers, this is my solution to "kick-lever bumps into foot-rest" problem. I have wrapped a rubber shield around the area where the kick touches foot-rest. Also, I use as little a force as possible to start the bike - the bike starts on a soft kick.

    My Suzuki GD 110  -1230778
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    Sir You GD Guys Were Saying There Is No Issue When Its Kick Slowly?? Than Solution For What


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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    Sir You GD Guys Were Saying There Is No Issue When Its Kick Slowly?? Than Solution For What

    Yaar, kick bangs into driver's foot-rest even if you start it slowly. It would ruin kick's chrome, and foot-rest's paint. So this is done just to save both.
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    Thanks for sharing sincere thoughts so a minor flaw in kick (proved)
    really shocking howcome unnoticed by suzuki engineers

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    Did you try opening the kick starter lever bolt and adjusting the kick lever a little forward towards the engine case. It might have solved the problem as I see there is a gap between the kick lever and the engine case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bike_junky View Post
    Did you try opening the kick starter lever bolt and adjusting the kick lever a little forward towards the engine case. It might have solved the problem as I see there is a gap between the kick lever and the engine case.
    Do you mean taking out the kick lever from shaft and installing it back after giving it a little clockwise rotation? This way kick lever would be moved forward a little. But from the power of impact between kick-lever and foot-rest, the kick would have to be moved forward significantly to be effective in solving the issue. Moving the kick-lever through this angle would be impractical as it might make the head of kick-lever almost touching the engine case and place it in an awkward position for starting.

    Explanation of text in italics: Let's assume the default head position of kick-lever is 12'o clock, after doing the above maneuver the head would come at, say, 2'o clock position which would put it in an awkward position.

    In short, so far no solution would eradicate this problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    Do you mean taking out the kick lever from shaft and installing it back after giving it a little clockwise rotation? This way kick lever would be moved forward a little. But from the power of impact between kick-lever and foot-rest, the kick would have to be moved forward significantly to be effective in solving the issue. Moving the kick-lever through this angle would be impractical as it might make the head of kick-lever almost touching the engine case and place it in an awkward position for starting.

    Explanation of text in italics: Let's assume the default head position of kick-lever is 12'o clock, after doing the above maneuver the head would come at, say, 2'o clock position which would put it in an awkward position.

    In short, so far no solution would eradicate this problem.
    Yes. Thats what I meant to say, moving the kick lever a little clock-wise towards the engine case. But as you told that would also not solve the problem. Kick touching the foot rest is far better than its touching the engine case and ruining its shine and damaging it. But you have already solved the problem gracefully.
    My practice while kick starting the motorcycle is that I never let the kick come free when coming upwards by keeping the foot over it, to avoid any contact with the engine case.

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    Lightbulb Economy of Suzuki GD 110.

    For everyone out there, please wait a little more as reviews on GD's economy similar to the ones below are coming your way:

    My Suzuki GD 110  -1231580

    These plots represent the performance of my Honda CD 100. As soon as sufficient data is available, I'll be producing similar graphs for my GD as well and share with you guys the information they give.

    PS: I am also planning to make an application to help us keep an eye on our vehicle's performance easily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bike_junky View Post
    My practice while kick starting the motorcycle is that I never let the kick come free when coming upwards by keeping the foot over it, to avoid any contact with the engine case.
    That's a good practice, but it is not required on GD as it does not create any back-pressure. The kick-lever comes back to its parking position through the pull of recoiling spring.

    PS: Please take care while keeping foot on returning kick-lever, it has sufficient force to cause injury. Ride safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    That's a good practice, but it is not required on GD as it does not create any back-pressure. The kick-lever comes back to its parking position through the pull of recoiling spring.

    PS: Please take care while keeping foot on returning kick-level, it has sufficient force to cause injury. Ride safe.
    thanks. I will be more careful in future.

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    Mashallah Nice bike............ How is its performance so far ?
    If travelling was free............ You know what i mean

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    Thanks for sharing sincere thoughts so a minor flaw in kick (proved)
    really shocking howcome unnoticed by suzuki engineers
    Bro! There is no issue with Kick, Issue is with our kicking style or kick force.
    Mine GD starts on half kick then why we push so much that it touches foot rest.

    Some years earlier, when I was converted from Kawasaki GTO to Yamaha 100 then I was very difficult for me to start the bike.
    Waja ye thi k Yamaha ki kick boht he soft thi mery leye, aur mai aadi tha hard kicking ka.

    Same here with GD, Chonda kick is hard as compared to GD
    Kuch din muje problem howa now its OK

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    I was thinking that some screw was missing on my GD's carb
    But ye pic daikh kar andaza howa k screw laga he nhe howa

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    My Suzuki GD 110  -1231646

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