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    Aoa suzuki GS150 owners!

    I want to ask all of you about the gear shifting sound specially from 1st to 2nd gear and then shifting back from 5th to 3rd.A pathetic sound appears like (TUK TUK) is very irritating.I took my bike multiple times to suzuki showroom but their mechanic says that this sound appears in every GS150 so its normal.I wasn't satisfied because that gear shifting sound was not coming when it was clocked till 600km.So i took my bike to Azim motors and their statement was same.

    Please tell me what to do?My bike is 2013 and clocked 835(using SGO engine oil)


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    My friend first of all I would like to tell u a little bit about this bike,
    I went to visit Suzuki swan showroom to buy his bike and I found how pathetic the metal quality of this bike is,
    It looked like it was made by our local kharadiaas,
    Now coming back to ur problem,
    I would suggest u to use havoline or liqui moly oil for a try
    To soften the differential operation,
    Which may help u in terms of noise reduction..
    Comin back to the last part of my story,
    I went to murres road and bought my self a deluxe 125 and am very pleased with overall ride of this Honda bike.
    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by post911 View Post
    My friend first of all I would like to tell u a little bit about this bike,
    I went to visit Suzuki swan showroom to buy his bike and I found how pathetic the metal quality of this bike is,
    It looked like it was made by our local kharadiaas,
    Now coming back to ur problem,
    I would suggest u to use havoline or liqui moly oil for a try
    To soften the differential operation,
    Which may help u in terms of noise reduction..
    Comin back to the last part of my story,
    I went to murres road and bought my self a deluxe 125 and am very pleased with overall ride of this Honda bike.
    Cheers.
    Dear brother!
    The grade of havoline and liqui moly is 20w-50 and company's recommended grade is 10w-40.Still i gave a try to liqui moly 4t but my bike had started choking because the engine is new and it was a heavy oil.So now i'm using SGO(company's recommended oil).

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    Is your drivechain too loose?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    Is your drivechain too loose?
    No bro its not loose at all..Suzuki guy said its perfect..

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