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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 TZB View Post
    a mechanic sitting at the shop took a good look at the bike and told me its carburettor would fail in a year or so. He said its carburettor is similar to Sprinter's and he has been regularly replacing Sprinter's carburettor with Honda 70's carburettor because one of the carburettor's important component (don't remember the name, perhaps "breather") would be "destroyed" by impurities in fuel.

    So guys, please buy fuel from quality gas stations and keep an eye on oil filters, replace them as suggested by the company.

    Happy riding.
    Yes i think he is right, as my Sprinter's carburetor was also missing a lot just after 1.5 year, i took my bike to Suzuki Faisalabad Service Center, they open the carb and ask me to bring a very thin "rubber boki" type thing from market, as they haven't it in their stock. It was worth Rs.600 and very thin just like a leaf. But after that, carb again working fine. They also told me, its the most unreliable part of sprinter's BS type carb.

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    Geo Pridor & Its Carburetor

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    when you 4 guys will roll together on road, Lahori People would think
    You Are Suzuki Guys Doing GD110 March For The Promotion


    Its nice you guys should meet each other & have some discussion

    Wonderful thought, brother!


    Quote Originally Posted by RocketScience View Post
    Janab! Tussi te sub da Data v ikatha kar lya ay

    Bas g, wekh lawo Lahore munde bohat ho gaye ne GD walay, te maen kaya saaryan nu ik jagah ikattha kitta jaway te rall k biking kariye. Dhoom macha daiyye sarrkan te.


    Translation: GD family is growing in Lahore, so I thought of gathering them for having a group ride. Let's rock the Lahore roads!


    Quote Originally Posted by shedatali View Post
    U can sharw the location of good gas station in lahore. I prefer pso pump at girja chowk and at dha and also one shell pump at dha H-block.. i also mix the petrol as 400 regular and 200 hi-octane
    You've already mentioned quality gas stations in Lahore. I also prefer PSO from the station located near Lahore Dry Port, Mughalpura.


    Quote Originally Posted by shedatali View Post
    I think its better to use mix fule in break in period of bike ..high octan plus reguler ...
    Bro, I've gone through the owner's manual and nowhere it is mentioned to use hi-octane fuel. :-/ The only precaution they've mentioned is to use "lead-free" fuel and your GD is happy
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    Quote Originally Posted by RocketScience View Post
    Great idea bro

    But not first three days of the week (mon, tue, wed)
    Yeah, sure. I am also a weekend-guy. So let's keep it on a saturday if that's okay with everyone.

    Lahori guys, suggest a date and place for the meet-up.
    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    us ustaad ne aise hi phanka hoga kiya hai kaye log jealous type hote hai
    p.w pe toh sprinter ke old users jinke bike 3,4 year puraani hai
    unho ne woh amazing statistics share kiye thi
    there is p.w member abdulrehmanrauf he owns old sprinter
    & he is getting excellent average from his 110cc sprinter
    he has good knowledge about suzuki bikes

    waise kaash aisa hi ho us USTAAD ka baat ghalat ho warna toh yeh disaster hoga GD110 ke liye

    Phir Toh Log Sachi Kehte Hai "Mein Te Honda E Le Sa"

    Phir Toh Geo Atlas Honda & Geo Pridor

    paani se bhi thorha buhat chal lete hai pridor khuch nahein hota enke carb ko
    Yeah, maybe. But as per your reference of Sprinter owner and below post, it is possible - not necessary. So I think if we take proper care of bike by treating it with quality fuel, its carburettor would be dutiful towards us.

    Agreed about Pridor. I had my Honda CD 100 for 3 years and NEVER even touched carburettor besides for adjusting mixture. And it went happily and I am still sure it would continue working fine with the next owner(s).

    But the point here is Suzuki's BS-type carburettor is equipped with latest technology which is why it is "delicate". Honda are using old, rugged technology which make it less prone to issues.
    Quote Originally Posted by zeshanaslam View Post
    Yes i think he is right, as my Sprinter's carburetor was also missing a lot just after 1.5 year, i took my bike to Suzuki Faisalabad Service Center, they open the carb and ask me to bring a very thin "rubber boki" type thing from market, as they haven't it in their stock. It was worth Rs.600 and very thin just like a leaf. But after that, carb again working fine. They also told me, its the most unreliable part of sprinter's BS type carb.
    Sorry to hear about your loss, brother. Can you please share with us any tips and tricks to avoid this happening to our carbs?
    Thank you.
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    @TZB, brother many many congratulations on your purchase. I have read the experiences you got from it which shows that GD 110 is an amazing bike. However, we all will be learn more from your experience as you have driven CD 100 and now GD 110. The pics of your bike are awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    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
    How do you managed to put this on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post

    There is one thing I want to share with all my fellow GD riders: while getting my license plates installed, a mechanic sitting at the shop took a good look at the bike and told me its carburettor would fail in a year or so. He said its carburettor is similar to Sprinter's and he has been regularly replacing Sprinter's carburettor with Honda 70's carburettor because one of the carburettor's important component (don't remember the name, perhaps "breather") would be "destroyed" by impurities in fuel.
    I have used different models of Sprinter, having similar carburettor. Yes, there is problem with this type. Especially in December and January, extreme cold and foggy atmosphere it begin missing at low speed and very difficult to drive in traffic. In this situation there are two solutions, one is to get serviced the carburettor with carburettor cleaner, specially that rubber type leaf ring. If not successful then 2nd is to change it with new one, and yes no need to purchase original just purchase chinees version casting nearly 200/- rupees and works better than original.
    And don't spoil the old one you can use it again when winter is OFF.
    Don't use carburettor of CD-70, you will destroy your pick and fuel consumption. Anyway the new carburettor of Sprinter costs Rs. 4450/-

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    Quote Originally Posted by IADina View Post
    How do you managed to put this on?
    Bro, it's the rubber shield which is used to cover the front part of gear-lever. It was cut and wrapped around the foot-rest bar using efly. Simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aiktoonamila View Post
    I have used different models of Sprinter, having similar carburettor. Yes, there is problem with this type. Especially in December and January, extreme cold and foggy atmosphere it begin missing at low speed and very difficult to drive in traffic. In this situation there are two solutions, one is to get serviced the carburettor with carburettor cleaner, specially that rubber type leaf ring. If not successful then 2nd is to change it with new one, and yes no need to purchase original just purchase chinees version casting nearly 200/- rupees and works better than original.
    And don't spoil the old one you can use it again when winter is OFF.
    Don't use carburettor of CD-70, you will destroy your pick and fuel consumption. Anyway the new carburettor of Sprinter costs Rs. 4450/-
    This is a serious issue commnading concern. I've noted down your advice of either having the carburettor serviced or the "leaf-ring" replaced with a new, Chinese one and put the original one back in after the winters are over.

    Have you had discussions with Suzuki mechanics over this? What do they say? Do they call it a fault or what? Were/are Suzuki guys considering a permanent fix to this?
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    My other mechanic who is specialist in Hondas did say the same. He was like k these Suzuki's carburetor are good for 5 to 6 years, after that they will create problems like for example missing issue. But I think this is not true.

    It is true that these butterfly carburetor are more sophisticated and need more care. What I have observed that Suzuki carburetor are mostly ruined by Hathora mechanics, they treat them same as of 70's. My specialist Suzuki mechanic told me that there is no need to open carburetor unless you are getting huge missing problems. These carbs are very complicated and every mechanic cant do justice with them. For example there is tiny rubber washer under the mixture screw, it is so tiny that it can easily be lost somewhere. Without this washer, fuel mixture can never be set to an optimum level and from here the missing issue or fuel average disturbance starts occurring.

    I am using sprinter for quite some time now and it never disappointed me. Yeah, there were some problems I initially faced. I had been to different mechanics but no one understand these Suzuki bikes completely.

    Luckily I found one specialist in my nearby and since then it is peace for me.

    No mechanic can beat him in 'fine' tuning. Be it carb setting, valves setting.

    Most people complaining that bike handling is difficult in traffic jam. I was one of them. But now I am happy. I got set my clutch. I got set by accelerator cable. You can set acc cable right underneath the assembly. If you want calm ride in jam you should losen the cable. A tight cable will make you tired quickly because a tight cable provide a sudden greater quick pick (being 110cc) and it gives a jerk at your back or at your neck.

    In short, these bikes are totally different. If they are fine tuned you will get a pleasure, comfortable, trouble free ride for longer times.

    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    This is a serious issue commnading concern. I've noted down your advice of either having the carburettor serviced or the "leaf-ring" replaced with a new, Chinese one and put the original one back in after the winters are over.

    Have you had discussions with Suzuki mechanics over this? What do they say? Do they call it a fault or what? Were/are Suzuki guys considering a permanent fix to this?

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    Regarding setting mixture, (you can say it as a secret weapon of my mechanic). My mechanic set the mixture while engine is shut off.

    He simply first turn the mixture screw clockwise to full means screw is fully tight, now make 6 turns of screw in anti clock direction and that's it .

    This way I am getting fuel average around 68km/liter with average speed 60 - 65km/h (at lower RPMS) mostly in either 3rd and 4th gear.. My weight is 73Kg these days and I ride mostly single. Roads are well build. Mornings, roads are free. Evenings roads are packed.

    I used 20w 40 JASO grade oil be it of ZIC or Castrol active.

    Quote Originally Posted by abdulrehmanrauf View Post
    My other mechanic who is specialist in Hondas did say the same. He was like k these Suzuki's carburetor are good for 5 to 6 years, after that they will create problems like for example missing issue. But I think this is not true.

    It is true that these butterfly carburetor are more sophisticated and need more care. What I have observed that Suzuki carburetor are mostly ruined by Hathora mechanics, they treat them same as of 70's. My specialist Suzuki mechanic told me that there is no need to open carburetor unless you are getting huge missing problems. These carbs are very complicated and every mechanic cant do justice with them. For example there is tiny rubber washer under the mixture screw, it is so tiny that it can easily be lost somewhere. Without this washer, fuel mixture can never be set to an optimum level and from here the missing issue or fuel average disturbance starts occurring.

    I am using sprinter for quite some time now and it never disappointed me. Yeah, there were some problems I initially faced. I had been to different mechanics but no one understand these Suzuki bikes completely.

    Luckily I found one specialist in my nearby and since then it is peace for me.

    No mechanic can beat him in 'fine' tuning. Be it carb setting, valves setting.

    Most people complaining that bike handling is difficult in traffic jam. I was one of them. But now I am happy. I got set my clutch. I got set by accelerator cable. You can set acc cable right underneath the assembly. If you want calm ride in jam you should losen the cable. A tight cable will make you tired quickly because a tight cable provide a sudden greater quick pick (being 110cc) and it gives a jerk at your back or at your neck.

    In short, these bikes are totally different. If they are fine tuned you will get a pleasure, comfortable, trouble free ride for longer times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abdulrehmanrauf View Post
    It is true that these butterfly carburetor are more sophisticated and need more care. What I have observed that Suzuki carburetor are mostly ruined by Hathora mechanics, they treat them same as of 70's.
    Rightly siad. Carburettor is the "heart" of a vehicle. And yes, BS-type carburettors are not for everyone to fix unless you are well-versed in their operation and you know what you are doing. Road-side mechanics may not do justice with them.

    I always took my Honda CD 100 to Honda's Antenna Dealer nearby my place for even tightening of drive-chain, and I plan to do the same with my Suzuki GD 110. Luckily there are a number of company-operated Suzuki showrooms in Lahore, so it will not be a problem visiting one for servicing/maintenance.
    Quote Originally Posted by abdulrehmanrauf View Post
    My specialist Suzuki mechanic told me that there is no need to open carburetor unless you are getting huge missing problems. These carbs are very complicated and every mechanic cant do justice with them.
    I cannot agree more. You should NEVER NEVER NEVER have your carburettor opened - it's just like having an open-heart surgery which is done ONLY when it is absolutely, totally, and unavoidably necessary.

    I never had my Honda CD 100's carburettor opened and it gave me a trouble-fee ride for the almost-three years I kept it. Only once or twice in that period I had the mixture adjusted, and that too upon my insistance that I want a leaner mixture for better economy or wanted a rich mixture in winters for easy starting on cold mornings.
    Quote Originally Posted by abdulrehmanrauf View Post
    In short, these bikes are totally different. If they are fine tuned you will get a pleasure, comfortable, trouble free ride for longer times.
    Exactly! These are sophisticated machines. You ought to take care of them and they will give you their best in return. Happy riding.

    Quote Originally Posted by abdulrehmanrauf View Post
    This way I am getting fuel average around 68km/liter with average speed 60 - 65km/h (at lower RPMS) mostly in either 3rd and 4th gear.. My weight is 73Kg these days and I ride mostly single. Roads are well build. Mornings, roads are free. Evenings roads are packed.

    I used 20w 40 JASO grade oil be it of ZIC or Castrol active.
    Masha Allah, an awesome mileage you are getting there bro!

    abdulrehmanrauf bro, it's great to meet a happy Suzuki owner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abdulrehmanrauf View Post
    My other mechanic who is specialist in Hondas did say the same. He was like k these Suzuki's carburetor are good for 5 to 6 years, after that they will create problems like for example missing issue. But I think this is not true.
    It is true. I faced this problem in my GS-150 after 5 years of use. There was no issue regarding missing however my bike was giving me nightmares while starting it. Although the mechanic was able to identify what the problem was with the carb, it was the round sika type golden thing between the carb and the air filter pipe. It got deshaped and was taking air. I got it fixed from a khardia who installed a new one however the problem remained, a reason why i sold it in the 1st place.

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    This way I am getting fuel average around 68km/liter with average speed 60 - 65km/h
    TZB bro these are the amazing statistics i was talking about
    what else you want when an 110cc bike gives you this average

    and yeah no doubt these BS type Carburetor are very difficult & beyond understanding of Hathorha mechanic
    as you said very sensitive thats is why i guess AHl also don't prefer these complicated carburetors


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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCold View Post
    It is true. I faced this problem in my GS-150 after 5 years of use. There was no issue regarding missing however my bike was giving me nightmares while starting it. Although the mechanic was able to identify what the problem was with the carb, it was the round sika type golden thing between the carb and the air filter pipe. It got deshaped and was taking air. I got it fixed from a khardia who installed a new one however the problem remained, a reason why i sold it in the 1st place.
    Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. So which ride did you get after GS 150?

    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    TZB bro these are the amazing statistics i was talking about
    what else you want when an 110cc bike gives you this average

    and yeah no doubt these BS type Carburetor are very difficult & beyond understanding of Hathorha mechanic
    as you said very sensitive thats is why i guess AHl also don't prefer these complicated carburetors
    Yeah, a wonderful fuel consumption. Masha Allah.

    You are right, brother. I think Honda should not be afraid of introducing new technology because they have an extensive sales and spare parts network in Pakistan. Whenever they make any change in the engine, they invite authorized service dealers from all over Pakistan and educate them about the changes and how to fix related issues. So well-trained maintenance staff for Honda vehicles is in easy access in a majority of Pakistan's cities.

    It is a drawback for Suzuki, however, that they don't have a strong aftersales service network as Honda does, yet they dared to introduce a sophisticated technology.

    We should always take our vehicles to vendor authorized service centers at least when a complex fix is required.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post

    Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. So which ride did you get after GS 150?
    Don't even ask
    Actually i dont consider it a ride, its just a stop gap measure for my office routine. Its a chonda 70cc

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCold View Post
    Don't even ask
    Actually i dont consider it a ride, its just a stop gap measure for my office routine. Its a chonda 70cc
    I've also used two CHondas before I came to Honda and now Suzuki. And as long as it doing its job - taking you to and from office, it's a good thing

    Hoping to see you soon with a machine of your choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    Bro, it's the rubber shield which is used to cover the front part of gear-lever. It was cut and wrapped around the foot-rest bar using efly. Simple.
    Thanks for the brilliant idea
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    Bro, it's the rubber shield which is used to cover the front part of gear-lever. It was cut and wrapped around the foot-rest bar using efly. Simple.
    i did it with a rubber tube and elfy a week before...
    People with high ego and unnecessary attitude deserves the standing ovation of the tallest finger..

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    TZB bro what is Odo Meter Reading Of Your GD110 Now

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