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    Default Self Strart installtion in suzuki sprinter 110 cc

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    Can we install self strat in suzuki sprinter. Is it possible to please share your suggestions.

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    I couldn't get the exact info, still...
    It seems that the bike sold as Sprinter in Pakistan, is sold by some other name and style in other(probably South-East Asian) countries. There it is electric start.

    On top of the engine housing, on the left side, there is a hump without any reason. If you look from the right side It's clear that's where the Electric starter fits. On the Pakistani model it's sealed and it requires cutting a hole and fitting the starter there.

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    if asad's info is spot on...then the humps are present on both sprinter non eco and eco...so perhaps it can be done ?

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    @foosa

    Can you please when new model of suzuki arrives in market. When pak suzuki motorcycles launchs new models in market.

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    no idea...i think in mid november perhaps
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    hi , slightly oftopic, can we install recoil pull starter in Honda CG 125,

    sum thing like this or other ??


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    I think it might work
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    i am sorry to dig up such an old thread. but i was looking to get self start for my cg125 and pakwheels search brought up this page. anyone got ifo on it. imran bhai u got any info? it was really amazing to see that sprinter does look like it is missing a bolt on self start system. i will try to contact some mechanics and ask them about it. i would appreciate pakwheeler's views and comments on the subject.

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    i want to do the same and want to fit a electric start in my 70 ...
    plz share ur experience with it and telme frm where i get it fitted in isb/rwp ...
    iam searching for this from a long time ....
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    i will check the market tomorrow, (i.e. today coz its already 3.35am )
    i think it should be more possible now, esp with so many chinese and pakistani bikes that are almost identical to cd70 and cg125 and have self start. i think there should be a bolt on fit for cg125 and cd70. coz so many cd70 and cg125 copies are out there, i dont think those manufacturers actually spend money on R&D and made new engines, i think they are ditto copies with some chinese bolt on self starters

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    its a pretty old thread but i would like to revive this one once again
    can it be done now in 2013??
    i figured out that Suzuki GS 150 handlebar assemblies are exactly like the ones on sprinter so having the starter button is not an issue
    the only problem i m concerned about is that whether or not the sprinter has space over the engine to fit the electric motor and if the battery is powerful enough to power that motor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUSAB007 View Post
    its a pretty old thread but i would like to revive this one once again
    can it be done now in 2013??
    i figured out that Suzuki GS 150 handlebar assemblies are exactly like the ones on sprinter so having the starter button is not an issue
    the only problem i m concerned about is that whether or not the sprinter has space over the engine to fit the electric motor and if the battery is powerful enough to power that motor?
    If you are really crazy for getting one then its possible, you will end up importing some parts from abroad.
    Originally sprinters and Yamaha junoon, both come with self starters... but in local versions internal mechanism is missing... so that inner system needs to be imported plus whole electric system needs to be upgraded including bike' s dynamo system!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Automotorsport_Lover View Post
    If you are really crazy for getting one then its possible, you will end up importing some parts from abroad.
    Originally sprinters and Yamaha junoon, both come with self starters... but in local versions internal mechanism is missing... so that inner system needs to be imported plus whole electric system needs to be upgraded including bike' s dynamo system!

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    i talked to a recently retired suzuki mechanic (retired from suzuki, he used to work there) he told me the same thing as well!
    he said originally the design for the bikes consisted of an electric start system but they removed it to cut down on the price so theoretically it is possible
    also found similar engines from suzuki in Philippines and Indonesia which have electric start
    so, self start installation is possible but it is going to require a lot of investment

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    Quote Originally Posted by foosa View Post
    bluez...i have seen chinese kits available and installed on sprinters ...they shouldnt cost you more than 7-800rs...i have also seen remote start kits...like you just press the button on ur keychain and the bike will start...i think its base on radio frequency...they cost like about 12-1400Rs
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    i just read all the comments. :-) i have a modified yamaha junonn. the day i brought my bike i was crazy to install self-start on it, i e-mailed RAVI PIGGIO and ask them if they can install but no reply than i moved to other modification now i <3 my bike. after reading this thread i m once again crazy abt self start and that would be outstanding if u can start ur bike standing away from it.
    i live in LHR, if anyone knows where to find the kit and who can install it than do tell me really appericiate it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FM3o5 View Post
    i just read all the comments. :-) i have a modified yamaha junonn. the day i brought my bike i was crazy to install self-start on it, i e-mailed RAVI PIGGIO and ask them if they can install but no reply than i moved to other modification now i <3 my bike. after reading this thread i m once again crazy abt self start and that would be outstanding if u can start ur bike standing away from it.
    i live in LHR, if anyone knows where to find the kit and who can install it than do tell me really appericiate it.
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    Instead of writing to Ravi Piaggio, write to Yamaha corp. Japan. Ask them to kindly provide required parts and their cost for installing self starter in your Yamaha Junoon. In Indonesia and philipines the same engine is available in underbone bikes/scooters as 110 and 135cc and it does has a self start.

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    i hv never seen an after mkt self starter on any bike so far ... always saw built-in .. i think its complicated and expensive that's why no one bother to install it .. my previous chonda had self starter with remote control and theft alarm back in 2005 ... people used to get shocked back then when i starts my bike without touching it .. lolxx...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Automotorsport_Lover View Post
    Instead of writing to Ravi Piaggio, write to Yamaha corp. Japan. Ask them to kindly provide required parts and their cost for installing self starter in your Yamaha Junoon. In Indonesia and philipines the same engine is available in underbone bikes/scooters as 110 and 135cc and it does has a self start.
    Company fittings are always expensive, but i will write a mail to yamaha or DYL. lets see what they say. if it is installed without doing fancy work with engine i mean if there is no harm than i will go for it. because that is pretty cool. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by getscorpion View Post
    i hv never seen an after mkt self starter on any bike so far ... always saw built-in .. i think its complicated and expensive that's why no one bother to install it .. my previous chonda had self starter with remote control and theft alarm back in 2005 ... people used to get shocked back then when i starts my bike without touching it .. lolxx...
    Then wat's your experience about self starter, should it be installed or not and wat could be the life time of a starter?

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    after mkt self starter maybe too expensive and complicated or else someone would hv installed it ... i used my chonda for 7 years ... sold it in last november and self starter was working great never encountered any problem at all ...
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