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    Default New Suzuki GS150 SE (Special Edition) 2016

    Just noticed new pics on facebook and surprised to see no thread on pakwheels.


    Launched with new "Value Added Features",

    -New Sporty Alloy Rims

    -New Front Disk Brake

    -Eye Catching Graphics

    -New Front Fender

    -New & Wide Rear Tyre

    -New & Improved front Shock Absorber


    Price: PKR 158,500/-

    New Suzuki GS150 SE Special Edition 2016 -1713121

    New Suzuki GS150 SE Special Edition 2016 -1713122

    New Suzuki GS150 SE Special Edition 2016 -1713123

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    Quote Originally Posted by basic View Post
    Yes a little bit more.

    front tire Replaced with honda deluxe front tire.
    already used with my previous gs, its result is better than stock tire.
    Deluxe tyre has narrow grooves and more rubber in contact with road hence better grip on asphalt.

    While GS front tyre has wide, deep grooves thus less rubber contacting the road. But i guess it should do better in the mud, sand and wet conditions.

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    @gull_s_777 Sir and @basic Sir

    How about using Service turbo 2.75x18 6 ply at front!
    Would this tyre give better grip than other's?
    New Suzuki GS150 SE (Special Edition) 2016 - 9c9fae763eabd6d577cf3bbe9b124ffd

    Honda Deluxe / Yamaha YBR stock tyre.
    New Suzuki GS150 SE (Special Edition) 2016 - 9080318577b6282716979735abea25a7
    @amjad635 I guess you have experienced both these tyres.!
    Which one is better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hassantahir2 View Post
    @gull_s_777 Sir and @basic Sir

    How about using Service turbo 2.75x18 6 ply at front!
    Would this tyre give better grip than other's?


    Honda Deluxe / Yamaha YBR stock tyre.

    @amjad635 I guess you have experienced both these tyres.!
    Which one is better?

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    i don't have good experience with long life front tire unfortunately
    though tread design of this tire is good for use in Pakistani road conditions
    Service Turbo is very good quality tough tire i had very good experience with tire
    but its not an good tire for wet conditions


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    Yesterday visited Al Hamd Suzuki Mcload road to get number plates of my bike. I checked both rear and front rims of this new model and disappointed to see the rear rim width. that was same 1.6 like old model spokes wheel. but i was not shocked, i just smiled bcoz i know PS. i thought rear would be 1.85 and front 1.6 like YBR but in GS both are 1.6. And on this rim, panther trekker 90/90 tyre was not looking as good as it should look like

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    Quote Originally Posted by moons View Post
    Yesterday visited Al Hamd Suzuki Mcload road to get number plates of my bike. I checked both rear and front rims of this new model and disappointed to see the rear rim width. that was same 1.6 like old model spokes wheel. but i was not shocked, i just smiled bcoz i know PS. i thought rear would be 1.85 and front 1.6 like YBR but in GS both are 1.6. And on this rim, panther trekker 90/90 tyre was not looking as good as it should look like
    Rear and front rim width they should be different not same? What are the reasons for different rims? I guess can't fit bigger and wider tyres?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juste View Post
    Read and front rim width they should be different not same? What are the reasons for different rims? I guess can't fit bigger and wider tyres?

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    it depend upon tyre size. like YBR has front rim 1.6 with 2.75 wide tyre and rear 1.85 with 90/90 tyre size. even it can handle 100/90 wide tyre.similarly dlx and RP got rear 90/90 tyre with 2.1 rim and front 2.75 wide tyre with 1.6 rim. Now GS SE came with same combination of tyres like YBR and dlx (90/90 rear and 2.75 front) but both rims are 1.6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moons View Post
    it depend upon tyre size. like YBR has front rim 1.6 with 2.75 wide tyre and rear 1.85 with 90/90 tyre size. even it can handle 100/90 wide tyre.similarly dlx and RP got rear 90/90 tyre with 2.1 rim and front 2.75 wide tyre with 1.6 rim. Now GS SE came with same combination of tyres like YBR and dlx (90/90 rear and 2.75 front) but both rims are 1.6.
    So the GS SE rims they will affect the bike overall performance and engine since the rims are smaller?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juste View Post
    So the GS SE rims they will affect the bike overall performance and engine since the rims are smaller?

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    No. because this tyre and rim setup is better than previous model at least

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    Missed a feature,
    fuel gauge which must be in this bike as many buy this bike for long tours.

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    @basic sir
    Some "After the Buzz" thoughts on the new model?

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