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    Default Buying a suitable bike GS150 or YBR

    AOA Pakwheelers,
    I was a silent reader of PW forums, now i need help in making a decision.
    I need to buy a suitable bike, and have shortlisted 2 bikes
    1. Yamaha YBR 125
    2. Suzuki GS 150

    All opinions are most welcome.

    Thanks in advance,
    Arsalan


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    Quote Originally Posted by imrannust View Post
    Better late than never... Yes, YBR is indeed a good bike and look wise I find it better than its competitors.. Stay blessed..
    Hmm bro if comfort and looks are your top priorities then go for YBR You will not regret the decision its simply awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by asharab.butt View Post
    Wow 3 Secs wow. A veyron does it in around 2.10 secs so if you attach a 250cc engine it will definitely beat any vehicle in the world. Mind=blown.
    No offence intended.


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    I am asking first YBR will never cross 100

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamikhan View Post
    [B][SIZE=2][COLOR="#000080"]Bro simply go for GS150 its engine is rough & tough & durable+too much power+this bike has ability to cross 120 mark you will not regret on your decision GS shoot is awesome it can reach 0 to 100 only in 3 seconds a friend of mine was bought new bike for him clocked 12k+ on odo never ever tuned his bike he is getting 50+ fuel average
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    really brother?

    ni yaar yeh to hayabusa k comparison mein aa gaie bike phir

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamikhan View Post
    I am asking first YBR will never cross 100
    Bro i have seen a YBR cross 120

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    Quote Originally Posted by arsalan_1 View Post
    Bro i have seen a YBR cross 120

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    I don,t have seen but here in this forum many ybr user says it does not cross 100

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    Quote Originally Posted by abid110 View Post
    YBR have a killer look...gs150 is just old ordinary shaped and look really ugly if seen from behind
    Jab YBR nai thi tou iska shouk tha...no doubt if suzuki wants it can refresh look to certain extent that can make it look like any cafe racer like cb400 minus the erotic sound of cb400:p But no jo apni sabsay kamyaab gari ki sirf qeemat barha sakay hain woh apni sab say kamyaab bike ka aur kia karaingay.

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    sorry for late reply
    power then go for Suzuki 150cc
    i inquired from Yamaha official he dint clearly tell but seems like no 150cc till 2017; moreover new version (simple/family oriented) in 125cc will be introduce by the end of 2016 to June 2017
    ~~~"Creativity is just your wiliness to take step beyond"~~~ Feel the innovation power !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjaan_18 View Post
    sorry for late reply
    power then go for Suzuki 150cc
    i inquired from Yamaha official he dint clearly tell but seems like no 150cc till 2017; moreover new version (simple/family oriented) in 125cc will be introduce by the end of 2016 to June 2017
    No problem brother

    I made my mind for buying ybr 125 and it will be good if yamaha launched 150cc bike but Ybrz would be a good option too


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    Go for grey color
    It's the coolest color,
    as a ybr owner to u,
    Do run ur eyes through few units before u choose one,
    Cheers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by post911 View Post
    Go for grey color
    It's the coolest color,
    as a ybr owner to u,
    Do run ur eyes through few units before u choose one,
    Cheers.


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    Bro i am gonna request for a fresh piece from factory and i will choose the grey color its my favourite on this bike

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    And when u get ur machine do the heat cycle method on ur bike,
    Method is,
    Put ur bike on double stand.
    Start it,
    Leave it start on idle for 15mins,
    Don't Rev it during these 15mins,
    After 15mins turn it off.
    Let it cool down completely,
    Let's say couple of hours,
    Repeat the process,
    3 to 4 times repeating this process is more than enough,
    Now u can do ur running as u normally do.
    This process of heat cycle is invented by brock's performance in Usa and is highly recommended in bike world.


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    Quote Originally Posted by post911 View Post
    And when u get ur machine do the heat cycle method on ur bike,
    Method is,
    Put ur bike on double stand.
    Start it,
    Leave it start on idle for 15mins,
    Don't Rev it during these 15mins,
    After 15mins turn it off.
    Let it cool down completely,
    Let's say couple of hours,
    Repeat the process,
    3 to 4 times repeating this process is more than enough,
    Now u can do ur running as u normally do.
    This process of heat cycle is invented by brock's performance in Usa and is highly recommended in bike world.


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    You might disagree but the is very bad for a engine in running period


    Running period is all about making engine see different rpm ranges without stressing to bed piston rings

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    Quote Originally Posted by arsalan_1 View Post
    Bro i am gonna request for a fresh piece from factory and i will choose the grey color its my favourite on this bike

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    Bhai ab le b lo koi bike yar.....such ma mahinay se oper ho gya ha iiss thread k dekhte hoe ....this time do buy it ye na hoe phir mood badal jaye......lolx

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    Never heard it before, actually it is bad practice to keep running engine when idle. what difference does it make by starting ? can you please shed some light.

    Quote Originally Posted by post911 View Post
    And when u get ur machine do the heat cycle method on ur bike,
    Method is,
    Put ur bike on double stand.
    Start it,
    Leave it start on idle for 15mins,
    Don't Rev it during these 15mins,
    After 15mins turn it off.
    Let it cool down completely,
    Let's say couple of hours,
    Repeat the process,
    3 to 4 times repeating this process is more than enough,
    Now u can do ur running as u normally do.
    This process of heat cycle is invented by brock's performance in Usa and is highly recommended in bike world.


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