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    Default Review: Suzuki GS150 "Tour-King"

    AoA Everybody.

    Its often the simplest of things that bring the most happiness in life. I never truly understood that sentiment until I got an opportunity to get my hands on a motorcycle.

    Boy! How have I been living all these years? is this for real? can one get from A to B and have fun at the same time? these were some of the questions that immediately crossed my mind.

    Then there is the feeling of some serious horsepower between one's legs. more than one horsepower if you get what I am saying .

    I was hooked. boots in the breeze, wind in my face, with the sweet sound of a high revving engine. AND THEN IT HIT ME "I WAS BORN TO RIDE A MOTORCYCLE".

    The current crop of street-bikes just didn't tickle my fancy. the heavier ones were a little too heavy as I still have a steep learning curve to climb before graduating to a multi-piston machine. Anyways, after an exhaustive search, I found the one that fit the bill. Suzuki GS150 "Tour-King".

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    Features:

    1. 150 cc of displacement
    2. 12 Brake Horsepower
    3. Front Disk, Rear Drum
    4. Plenty of Luggage carrying ability (Trunk and Panniers)
    5. External 12-volt power outlet (waterproof).
    6. Secondary 12-volt power outlet (inside rear trunk)
    7. Self Start
    8. Handle Bar Pouch
    9. 13 liter fuel-tank

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    What I like:

    1. The bike's suspension is really superb. Its quiet comfortable even for longer than usual rides.

    2. The bike's rake and trail are really designed for long and easy riding. the higher rake/trail stabilizes the bike even at really slow speeds.

    3. Front disk brakes make stopping this monster a breeze. rear drums are only "so,so" at it.

    4. 12 volt-power outlet on handlebar allow usage of GPS navigation equipment (or a cell-phone or MP3 player). yes! one can also use it to recharge stuff.

    5. Wide seat offers plenty of room for a comfortable seating experience for the buns.

    6. wide and high angle handlebars truly help in eliminating the fatigue from arms and shoulders

    7. Self start is a real plus cause kick-starting is just exhausting and grows really old really fast. plus my knees don't feel as young as they did 15 years back.

    8. back-rest for the pillion rider also makes it quiet a pleasurable experience for the one sitting behind you. in turn, it makes the whole ride even more pleasurable for you as you hear less complains.

    9. the internal 12-volt power outlet (housed inside the rear trunk) makes it possible to use it as a power source for the camping lights and recharge your laptop and stuff like that.

    10. the handle bar pouch is a just a dream accessory. it makes it very convenient to place the most/often needed stuff such as cell-phone, hands-free, cigarettes and lighters within reach. the best part is that you can take it off, wash and put it back on if it gets dirty.....by the way, I'm not suggesting that you make/attend phone calls and smoke while driving a motorcycle.

    11. the bike is quiet soundless for its engine size. even while revving the engine, it hardly makes any sound. unlike Hondas that make your brain explode inside your head when somebody crosses you by.

    12. the bike's engine is also very smooth. hardly any vibration at any RPM level. unlike the current crop of street-bikes that even shake your teeth loose.

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    Things that I don't like: (most of the stuff that I am about to mention are probably linked to poor quality control)

    1. the frame of the bike is already starting to rust. rust spots are growing everywhere. even some of the nuts and bolts have decided to join in.

    2. the rear drums make a strange sound when applying brake pressure. the authorized Suzuki mechanic told me that it happens with most of them. nothing to worry about. his advice: learn to live with it. this world isn't prefect. wow! thats deep.

    3. the texture on the handlebar grips kinda bits into my hands. don't like it one bit.

    4. some of the markings here and there (specially on the controls) are pretty much vanishing all by themselves. poor quality ink/stamping I guess.

    5. poor quality of paint. almost everywhere you can see signs of paint saying "good bye buddy, its been a short but fun ride".

    6. the trip-meter isn't working anymore. I'm not even sure that it worked from the beginning. I am just assuming that it worked.

    7. the bike's got a habit of breaking rpm and clutch cables like its some sort of a national responsibility.

    8. you'll surely be surprised to learn how fast it eats rear brake shoes. the authorized mechanic told me that it happens because of the heavy weight of this bike and takes some serious braking power to stop it in its tracks.

    9. the slim tyres look fugly. as per my discussions with my mechanic, if I install fatter tyres, the bike will become sluggish. I do plan to install fatter tyres cause these one are just destroying the look of this otherwise handsome monster.

    10. the muffler which does an amazing job of reducing the exhaust sound gets really hot to touch (learned it the hard way on several occasions). the company should have provided the muffler with a heat shield.

    11. the 12-volt power outlet which are otherwise very useful are limited in their capacity. they only allow 110-watts of electricity which is only useful for electronics and not enough for cooking/heating equipment. it would have really neat if I could power a small electric stove or a heater.

    12. the side covers aka tapas have no locking mechanism. imagine the level of trust held by company in our society.

    13. chain makes a funny griding sound at low speeds. the mechanic says that its pretty normal with chain driven bikes and I must oil this chain and its sprockets regularly but still, if I oil it too much then I get drips and runs from sides of the chain cover which is just nasty.

    14. there is no beeper installed with the turn signals. at times one forgets that the left/right turn signal is on. a beeper would have been nice.

    15. the brake light in the rear trunk was really weak/dim. I had the OEM (factory installed) replaced with an aftermarket bulb and now it shines like it should.

    16. the locking mechanism on the rear trunk and panniers should have their own keys. a single key for the ignition, side lock, fuel tank, rear trunk and pannier is just asking for trouble. too many locks with one key will wear the key out sooner than it should.

    17. the fuel selector is all wrong. turning it up means moving the reserve arrow down, who can remember all that? I still have to ask the mechanic to turn it to "ON" position. is there any way to permanently disable this contraption?

    18. the turn signal and neutral indicators are really dim and hard to see in normal day light.

    19. I just fail to understand the thought behind the "Engine-On" switch in the handlebar. why turning the key ignition switch to "ON" isn't enough? why over complicate a pretty simple process?

    20. the rear trunk does not have a parking light. only brake lights. why?

    21. bike is super heavy. putting it on center/double stand requires one hell of an effort. in full load, it requires two people to lift and pull to put it on double stand. in fact, the double stand has already been welded once. just imagine seeing it break into two pieces by the sheer weight of the bike.

    22. the cheap quality horn works at times and at times it totally refuses to do anything.

    23. the cheap quality headlight is useful for nothing. the beam is no way near safe enough to drive even in absolute darkness and on top of that it scatters too a degree (360 degrees to be precise) that even a huge pot hole in the middle of the road is impossible to spot.

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    Final Thought:

    With all its faults, the bike is super fun. due to its heavy weight, it runs smoother, quieter and without any road/ground and engine vibrations. literally, driving it at 80-90km/h feels like you are cruising at a comfortable 40km/h.

    the company is offering a superb product here. they just need to improve upon the quality of stuff that are putting in this bike. the engine is powerful enough that it can easily take two riders and loads of other stuff to any height a motorcycle can/should. however the cheap quality of accessories such as cables, brake shoes, tyres and stuff are a major turn off.

    The bike has the potential to become the best locally manufactured touring bike however the company should invest in quality instead of relying on poor quality parts to lower its price in a bid to attract more customers.

    Regards.

    Some more pics of the Tour-King with the windshield

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddy5 View Post
    Sir,

    There is a difference between an opinion and preferences or likes. Opinions when based on haze etc or simply wrong facts are tantamount to rubbish.
    Now coming right to the bone of contention so as to speak, allow me first to get back to you on whether i did actually buy the bike or not. as i mentioned 'after talking to existing owners & a road test, it is a NO NO', hence sorry to bust your bubble here mate, but i am a detailed, careful and satisfied shopper in every category and hence i actually never bought one. As it became clear to me pretty soon that this is an illusion rather than a good spend of money.

    I have no disagreement that you like your bike ( & why should there be a disagreement). However i completely disagree with the argument your provide further on. Neither Suzuki nor motorbikes are a new category/product for Pakistan. GS 150 is also not a new product it has been there for quite some years. and has been the same old quality. It makes no sense to me when i read that, 'this is how things improve' ,

    Well since both the manufacturer and this model has been in market for years, where have the sales gone? i don't see many on the roads in Pakistan. So they have 'not' been able to improve the product and it is their i.e. Suzuki's failure. This attitude is also present in other products of local suzuki e.g. Alto, Mehran, Khyber etc, it took a huge influx of imported used Efi low consumption cars for them to give their largest selling model i.e. Mehran a simple EFI upgrade!. had they done so 'proactively' in the last 20 years, they would not have suffered at the hands of the imports. It is a National attitude mate! not a sign of progress. It's the same with local Toyota - it has taken Toyota Japan to dictate the 2014 model to Toyota indus, since they were going down the drain in quality perception ratings.

    The web, the street, the buyer, the after market mechanic, the parts stores across the country are full of 'negative' opinion about this bike, but is the manufacturer listening? one look at few internet sales advertisements will tell us that over 200 are for sale , of as late as 2011 model to 2013. Comparatively speaking its a much lesser quality bike than honda and some other makes and drops in its value immediately after you buy one. Plus its just simply very 1960's looking. Come on look at the speedometer & tachometer dials.

    Professionally i am from consumer research and brand consultancy . In marketing a 4P's principle is followed (product, price, promotion & placements) in all those 4 P's - the first is of unique and highest priority. They have got that first P wrong to start with. Which is to say their product itself is bad, it can never be successful against superior products like the kawasaki GTO or the honda 125. now thats a brand!

    In any case, good for you if you are happy with your purchase, i just didn't want to get into the 'unsatisfied mode' after spending 114,00 on a 150 bike, with so many problems.
    The GS 150 is like the Pakistan cricket team, they would blaze through a tournaments stages beating the crap out of our toughest rivals getting us all excited and planning our days off for the final/or semi final with friends and family .....sitting on the edge of our seats....... only to seem them go down the toilet drain against a team, who come from a country where people eat lot of red peppers in breakfast!. And whos internal insurgency has in fact only been removed with the historic help of 'our' armed forces.


    No, thank you i will choose a two wheeler which can hold its own. - I demand that for my money, rather than having to compromise. Hence my money is going to savings for a 450. That improvement for me.

    The GS 150 is again creating a little market buzz and miserably failing to convert that into sales. It's a retired super model.the make up and treatments are keeping the charm there, but she just doesn't have that kick
    :-)


    cheers
    .....k

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    This. Is. Beautiful.
    MashAllah.
    I read, re-read and re-re-read the threads here (and especially at pakguns) to confirm that the accessories were available here! Costed you less than 20k! Wow. They look solid!
    I am now officially in the market for this.

    But here's my plan (and with it, a request for advice!):
    I want to buy a 2011-2013 model, used bike, within the range of 60 to 80k. I think I can get that, check it (with my rudimentary information and a decent bike mechanic in tow) and then upgrade it myself. Help me "bond with the machine".

    Now, any - just any advice coming from you would be gold for me - annyyy advice on this? How much should the bike cost? Does the plan look good to you?

    My constraints: I am in Lahore (no RWP mechanic can be "buddified" as a mentor). Also, my budget doesn't allow me to get a brand new bike, also, I believe that getting a second hand, fairly-new bike protects me from "new-car smell premium price" factor.

    I await your response, friend (and of course, the audience here who knows a thing or three about this, their feedback will also be so, so appreciated).

    God bless and all the best,
    Hope you're happy with the bike (and watching horror flicks with your family in the mountains - that was awesome btw!!)

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    Lovely bike <3

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    Brother tell me plz wt is the top speed of GS 150 ?...
    i hrd some people says we touchd 130km....while the meter rang is only
    120km...........
    i have 150 (model-2013) i tried hard to touch the meter but it hardly touchd
    105-110 km...........wt is the matter????

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    can anyone tell me the top speed on GS 150?
    i hrd from some people that the touchd 130 km ..while the meter is
    only 120km .......
    and i also dont understand y the company made 120 km meter for 150cc bike....
    all 70 cc bikes also have 120 meter so wht the difference??? i thk i should be latest 140 km
    in 150 cc.....

    one thing more...i have also GS 150 (model 2013)...but it hardly goes around 105km
    i tried many time but it not went up-to this....plzz tell me wts the problem........bike engine is perfectly well....
    but speed is issue......

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    how much u have lifted the Front shocks ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by muhammadaliijaz View Post
    Brother tell me plz wt is the top speed of GS 150 ?...
    i hrd some people says we touchd 130km....while the meter rang is only
    120km...........
    i have 150 (model-2013) i tried hard to touch the meter but it hardly touchd
    105-110 km...........wt is the matter????
    Bro, why are you so concerned about the top speed of the bike? its a street bike which isn't meant nor designed to be used for drag racing.

    its only a daily commuter. so enjoy! stop worrying about top speed.

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    how much u have lifted the Front shocks ???

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    lifted quiet a bit.

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    bata day bhai merayy :-D Allah tujay khush rakhayy

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    Quote Originally Posted by 12gauge View Post
    Bro, why are you so concerned about the top speed of the bike? its a street bike which isn't meant nor designed to be used for drag racing.

    its only a daily commuter. so enjoy! stop worrying about top speed.



    lifted quiet a bit.

    Regards.
    just asking bro, buz sometimes only for testing the bike that how much speed it gain...
    i dont like to race with others bikes especially with 125.....but when ever i tried my 150 never
    goes upto 105\110 km....thats y im worried....i asked some 150 owners they said their 150 easily touched the meter
    or upto it.......

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    u dont need to worry about the top speed.... and u really dont need to push any bike to its limits... touching the limits is harm for the engines.. and Gs150 is meant to enjoy the swift n smooth ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by muhammadaliijaz View Post
    just asking bro, buz sometimes only for testing the bike that how much speed it gain...
    i dont like to race with others bikes especially with 125.....but when ever i tried my 150 never
    goes upto 105\110 km....thats y im worried....i asked some 150 owners they said their 150 easily touched the meter
    or upto it.......
    u dont need to worry about the top speed.... and u really dont need to push any bike to its limits... touching the limits is harm for the engines.. and Gs150 is meant to enjoy the swift n smooth ride



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    Quote Originally Posted by tucknoloji View Post
    bata day bhai merayy :-D Allah tujay khush rakhayy

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    bro, front height increased by three inches only bro.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 12gauge View Post
    bro, front height increased by three inches only bro.

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    @12gauge yaar i need help ... i have honda cg 125 - 2012 model i m optimistic ... so i love it ,in august 2012 i go to gilgit via mansahera naran , babusar pass , chilas to gilgit .. the experience was awesome i love the bike. no problem at all in 2000 km road trip ... only one thing bike shawks are not good.. so i need your advice that how i can replace shawks like suzuki gs 150 ... i like suzuki gs 150 and also making my mind to buy it after selling my honda 125 .. if there is no solution for shawks ..... what would be the best to sell it and buy gs 150 aur gd 110 ... what is your suggestion .... Thanks

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    very nicely modified bike..... loving it
    Winning is not every thing .... its the only thing

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    From where did you source the rear boxes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sufianmehmood View Post
    From where did you source the rear boxes?

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    It was a complete package by offered by suzuki
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shafin619 View Post
    It was a complete package by offered by suzuki
    seems no suzuki dealer in pindi has a clue abt this. Tried many incl. MR suzuki.
    Got this bike new a couple of months back. There was no tour version available with the dealers. Now want only the boxes and cant find them. Anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sufianmehmood View Post
    seems no suzuki dealer in pindi has a clue abt this. Tried many incl. MR suzuki.
    Got this bike new a couple of months back. There was no tour version available with the dealers. Now want only the boxes and cant find them. Anyone?

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    Contact studds helmet they will deliver the side box here is a pic of the box

    https://www.facebook.com/StuddHelmet...type=3&theater

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    another tour king spotted in karachi!

    Review Suzuki GS150 &quotTourKing" -1425187
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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