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    Default Suzuki GS 150 Vibration Issue

    I bought a suzuki GS 150 last month and it has done 1100 kms and both check ups are done from suzuki macca motors Karachi. Bike has not given me any issues but I feel that it vibrates after I cross 70 kmph. Is it normal or do I have to get something done ?


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    I would suggest you to check your wheels if they're properly aligned. Normally the vibration / bubbling starts because of misaligned rims of bike.

    If the problem persists the check with the handle (not handlebars) that it is alright.

    There should not be any vibrations / bubbling whatsoever with the GS150 at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aantherax View Post
    I bought a suzuki GS 150 last month and it has done 1100 kms and both check ups are done from suzuki macca motors Karachi. Bike has not given me any issues but I feel that it vibrates after I cross 70 kmph. Is it normal or do I have to get something done ?


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    i,m also facing this problem and it is not related to speed it related to rpm when bike bike cross 5k rpm vibration starts no matter in which gear you are riding

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    Thanks guys, handle was not properly tight its ok now


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