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    Default Suzuki GD-110 bike after break-in period.

    Dear Friends;

    At last the break-in period of my Suzuki GD-110 has over. After 1000KM, i changed the oil (Liqui Moli 20W-50) with filter. After that i found that gear shifting has become more soft and engine starts with first very light kick. The mileage is 59KM/lit.

    I was expecting that its top speed would be equal to Honda 125 as it is 113CC; just 12CC less than Hinda 125 but it reached hardly at 95km/h . While with my old sprinter 110, I normally got 95+km/h very easily and its top speed I got almost 105+km/h. So GD can not compare with top speed of Honda 125.
    What is the experience of any other GD owner about their top speed?

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    It will go above 95 km/h just have a lil patience
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    My GD does 110kmph like a charm. Dont use 20w50 oil, its too thick.
    Try to use 10w40 or 15w40. Moreover, the top will increase gradually
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    Yup, the top speed will get better with the time and with the passage of time you will feel much lighter ride than now. Please do not worry, your engine is still new. And you have just poured fresh oil and that too of a different brand which will take few kms before properly set in.

    Quote Originally Posted by signode View Post
    Dear Friends;

    At last the break-in period of my Suzuki GD-110 has over. After 1000KM, i changed the oil (Liqui Moli 20W-50) with filter. After that i found that gear shifting has become more soft and engine starts with first very light kick. The mileage is 59KM/lit.

    I was expecting that its top speed would be equal to Honda 125 as it is 113CC; just 12CC less than Hinda 125 but it reached hardly at 95km/h . While with my old sprinter 110, I normally got 95+km/h very easily and its top speed I got almost 105+km/h. So GD can not compare with top speed of Honda 125.
    What is the experience of any other GD owner about their top speed?

    Suzuki GD110 bike after breakin period -1413530
    Quote Originally Posted by Shafin619 View Post
    It will go above 95 km/h just have a lil patience

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    Why everyone in Pakistan is concerned about TOP SPEED is just beyond me... I mean, how often people take their vehicles above 60km/hr here??? Its not America where roads are smooth and paved and where minimum highway cruising speed is 60mph = 100km/h...
    In Pakistan, ACCELERATION & HANDLING is what matters. I've a Yamaha 2 Stroke that accelerate like a CG125 but gets out of breath at 85km/hr. Am I sad about it? Nope, infact I couldn't be more happier... Its acceleration pared with sharp handling (for what it is) is all I need 99.99% of time.
    Secondly, lets not forget speedo errors. Most speedo in Pakistan are of very low quality and are optimistic about their reading. So check your bike with a GPS (assuming you've a GPS equipped smart phone)...
    Peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by aqibasit View Post
    My GD does 110kmph like a charm. Dont use 20w50 oil, its too thick.
    Try to use 10w40 or 15w40. Moreover, the top will increase gradually

    100% right this is a new bike use shell AX 15w40 api SL Jaso MA i sure top class oil for bikes in pakistan out class result

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