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    members, just sharing my experience while buying new bikes from Suzuki, especially raidor. last week Suzuki korangi showroom delivered 02 brand new bikes to our company..... which to be issued to staff. when the staff started using they got starting problems and missing problems. upon checking it was found that the fuel tanks were completely rusted from inside. when the bikes taken to their showroom at AkBER road for inspection and tanks were removed, it was found out that the tanks had stamps of Multan-Lahore plant stamps and the showroom in charge said that this may be done by the staff at Korangi showroom. And then again another raidor was issued from same location which has worn out chain sprocket........................... so our company lodged complaint and one tank has been replaced, but we are planning to replace complete units. sp guys sharing here so that no one will get hurt while buying Suzuki bikes..........as normally we don't check what is inside the tank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nnabeel View Post
    we are planning to replace complete units.
    Tell your Boss to buy "HAYABUSAs" next time As all Pakistani bikes have quality problems... My company issued CD70s and CG125s. All of them faced numerous problems... And I don't think any Pakistani bike has better quality than AHL's bikes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-four-nine View Post
    Tell your Boss to buy "HAYABUSAs" next time As all Pakistani bikes have quality problems... My company issued CD70s and CG125s. All of them faced numerous problems... And I don't think any Pakistani bike has better quality than AHL's bikes!
    initially our company used to give cd 70 & cg 125, but then policies changed due to uncontrollable snatchings....... then they started Yamaha junoon and uniquie cd 70 along with Suzuki brands......... junoon had the same issue of snatching so after that only Suzuki sprinter / raider is offered alongwith Yamaha dhoom 70. but as per standard 5 year usage policy ppl have faced lots of issues with 70 cc bikes like, engine overhauling, chain sprockets worn outs, clutch issues... whereas the Suzuki users are more than satisfied with the maintenance and parts quality... still I have used more than 60kms of sprinter eco and it has completed 5 years and I haven't changed a single part except for clutch wire, speedo cable, tyres and brake shoes. while I send my bike to Suzuki showroom every consecutive month for tunning only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    there is a simple solution to this issue getting the tank painted from inside
    Bhai g petrol paint ko remove kar day ga yah koi solution nahin hay

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNOON007 View Post
    Bhai g petrol paint ko remove kar day ga yah koi solution nahin hay
    the paint will last long till 2-2.5 year and its pretty cheap to do that a tank maker will do that for 300rs max

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    the paint will last long till 2-2.5 year and its pretty cheap to do that a tank maker will do that for 300rs max
    In my opinion paint can not stay in patrol for a month and you are asking for 2.5 Years the only solution for this problem is make these tanks with fiber
    Yamaha fz16 which is available in india its fuel is made from fiber

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNOON007 View Post
    In my opinion paint can not stay in patrol for a month and you are asking for 2.5 Years the only solution for this problem is make these tanks with fiber
    Yamaha fz16 which is available in india its fuel is made from fiber
    yz16 tank is made of plastic fiber to reduce weight of bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNOON007 View Post
    In my opinion paint can not stay in patrol for a month and you are asking for 2.5 Years the only solution for this problem is make these tanks with fiber
    Yamaha fz16 which is available in india its fuel is made from fiber
    bhai it petrol not acid it would long last

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    bhai it petrol not acid it would long last
    Ok bro you are right and try this after that you get your answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    yz16 tank is made of plastic fiber to reduce weight of bike
    I know it reduces weight of bike but the tank cant take rust its also a factor

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    once a suzuki bike is delivered to a specific showroom they remain standing at the display for a long long time due to less sales of suzuki bikes, so bike starts rusting from fuel tank, bolts and from all of welding joints - if someone wants to buy a suzuki bike he should demand the bike from fresh supply, it can be determine very easily from Chassis no. / frame no. that bike is fresh or not
    Main tay Honda ee lay saa'n !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by khanthegr8 View Post
    once a suzuki bike is delivered to a specific showroom they remain standing at the display for a long long time due to less sales of suzuki bikes, so bike starts rusting from fuel tank, bolts and from all of welding joints - if someone wants to buy a suzuki bike he should demand the bike from fresh supply, it can be determine very easily from Chassis no. / frame no. that bike is fresh or not
    How can determine by frame no please explain

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    Thread topic is confusing.

    It is not Suzuki Raider, infact it should be 'Local bikes buyers - beware' or if it is Suzuki then it should Beware about the Pak Suzuki showrooms / dealers' reputation before buying your vehicle.

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    try to get highest number on the frame - suppose showroom 1 has a bike bearing 02528 frame no & showroom 2 has a bike bearing 02593 frame no or higher so that in case you should select the high number frame bike, that is the latest production unit of bike
    Main tay Honda ee lay saa'n !!!

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