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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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    excellent pics bro
    i am waiting for you bike to complete 1000km
    i am really keen to know your GD110 top speed


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    Nice Pics TZB bro...
    People with high ego and unnecessary attitude deserves the standing ovation of the tallest finger..

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    excellent pics bro
    i am waiting for you bike to complete 1000km
    i am really keen to know your GD110 top speed

    hahaha amjad bhai sab ki top speed k intizar me rehte hain
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    bro top speed matters alot for we people
    although these are not sport bikes & not meant for speeding
    Waqas bhai we know your GD touched 110 & 100+ with double
    those are amazing results if one more GD TZB bro's GD does same
    it will prove & give us an strong idea about actual top speed of GD110

    Top speed is one of the important factor in bike



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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    bro top speed matters alot for we people
    although these are not sport bikes & not meant for speeding
    Waqas bhai we know your GD touched 110 & 100+ with double
    those are amazing results if one more GD TZB bro's GD does same
    it will prove & give us an strong idea about actual top speed of GD110

    Top speed is one of the important factor in bike


    hmm ye to hai.. top speed matter kerti hai..
    eid k dino me moqa mil gaya tha 110 touch kerne ka.. roads khali the.. ab pata nahi kab moqa mile.. everyone knows about karachi's traffic...
    People with high ego and unnecessary attitude deserves the standing ovation of the tallest finger..

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    Waqas bhai i just found out in other thread that you are very light weight
    and i guess that is the secret you touched 110km/h on your GD
    saying this again its very good to know you touched 110km/h
    my pridor had went max to around 100km/h when i had given my pridor to my cousin his weight exactly same is yours


    and not to forget with pillion you managed to go 100+ which is excellent achievement by GD110

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    Waqas bhai i just found out in other thread that you are very light weight
    and i guess that is the secret you touched 110km/h on your GD
    saying this again its very good to know you touched 110km/h
    my pridor had went max to around 100km/h when i had given my pridor to my cousin his weight exactly same is yours


    and not to forget with pillion you managed to go 100+ which is excellent achievement by GD110
    may be thats the reason.. phir bhi me to 110 pe hi hota hun na
    kisi highway pe long roote mila to shayed is se zyada speed mil jaye.. lekin filhaal to 80 se above possible nahi.. bcoz mere office ane jane me koi road aisi nahi.. jo thi wo barish me beh gai
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    han jab kabhi moqa mile khaale highway pe tab hi check karna
    city mein top speed kabhi bhi check nahein karne chahiye



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    lol making sure saree battiyan jal rahee hain (rotfl)

    any ways congrats bro for this red riding hood

    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
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    I just love the word "Suzuki" inscribed in the muffler. It gives a sense of originality and more importantly, branding.
    Currently riding a Unique 100, also riding big b's suzuki gs 150 [too heavy ]
    Which 1 better Honda 125 or Suzuki GS 150 ? Next ride - Suzuki GD110

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    Question Suggestions for First Tuning.

    So guys, tomorrow Insha Allah I am going for first maintenance check of my Suzuki GD 110. I have below areas in mind to be inspected:

    • Drive-chain tension
    • Engine's idle speed
    • Fuel/air mixture
    • Valve clearance
    • Clutch cable has "play" which I want to be removed
    • Of course, oil and oil flter replacement
    • Air cleaner element's cleaning
    • Battery electrolyte
    • Chassis nut and bolts


    Please suggest if I missed out anything or you feel should be added in check-list of first tuning of a new bike.
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    From where you have got first tuning???

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    Quote Originally Posted by RocketScience View Post
    From where you have got first tuning???
    Will have it done tomorrow (on Saturday) Insha Allah, from Empress Suzuki, Lahore.
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    I've tried first tuning from BJ Motors at Queens Road Lahore
    I am very much satisfied with their mechanics and specially workshop supervisor Mr.Yasir
    Supervisor answered all my queries with proper justified answers and guided me very well

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    Quote Originally Posted by RocketScience View Post
    I've tried first tuning from BJ Motors at Queens Road Lahore
    I am very much satisfied with their mechanics and specially workshop supervisor Mr.Yasir
    Supervisor answered all my queries with proper justified answers and guided me very well
    Good to hear about your experience. The workshop supervisor at Empress Suzuki is also a nice person who patiently and eagerly answered all my queries when I went to him before Eid to discuss seat and fender issue. He did not quite agree to the discomfort GD's seat causes, but he did agree to the fender issue and said he will bring this matter to the attention of higher-ups in their next meeting.

    What was the total expense of oil and filter replacement? What points you would recommend me to keep in mind when I go for tuning?
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    Moreover, asked about installation of Self Starter
    Their senior mechanic tell me estimated cost of 10K to 12K

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    Changed first oil at 400KM (paid Rs.450)
    At first tuning he told me to change second oil & oil filter at 1200KM

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    Thumbs up

    Got the first maintenance service completed on my GD today. Following were inspected and adjusted/cleaned/replaced:

    • Drive chain tension
    • Engine idle speed
    • Clutch cable
    • Fuel/air mixture
    • Front sprocket bay
    • Engine oil
    • Air cleaner element

    Surprisingly, the mechanic suggested to change engine oil filter on next tuning. So I only got engine oil replaced today.

    SGO (Suzuki Genuine Oil) is manufactured by Total. I have never used engine oil from Total, but let's see how well it does. By the way I do not see any significant improvement in bike's sound after engine oil change. Perhaps it would be evident after the bike is driven for a few kilometers; however, when I used to put Havoline in my Honda CD 100, the effects were immediately audible. Let's see.

    Finally I am freed from the speed-limit restrictions. I am going to push this beauty beyond 40 km/h now

    By the way, my GD ran into reserve yesterday and I calculated the mileage this time to be 51 km/L.
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    oh nice to know now you free to ride your bike at full throttle
    what about tappets were they inspected?
    how did find the work of suzuki mechanics as compare to honda mechanics
    who seems more professional and were you allowed to see tuning process

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    Thats great
    Gud mileage u've got

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    oh nice to know now you free to ride your bike at full throttle
    what about tappets were they inspected?
    how did find the work of suzuki mechanics as compare to honda mechanics
    who seems more professional and were you allowed to see tuning process
    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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