New Suzuki GS150R 2009 2010 Reviews, Specifications and Images


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Hi well i guess suzuki is trying its level best to come up well it is good every dog has its day. A good work done by them still the test ride is due from my side. Well the bike looks good espica… with the graphic design and the stunning looks well the engine is still to be checked.
The meter is also good nice pictures though. I like them thanks a ton for reveling them here.
rest when the test ride is done then i will give my correct openion on this. Till then all the best.
In other motorcycles, vibration generated from inside the engine by the vertical motion (inertial force) of the piston and rotating motion (centrifugal force) of the crankshaft, is transmitted through the handlebars, seat and footpegs to the rider. The engine balancer technology in Suzuki GS150R seeks to minimize such vibration in order to deliver a more comfortable riding experience. Moreover, the balancer system is quipped with balancer-driven gear fitted with a rubber damper for reducing the impact noise generated by its meshing with the balancer-driven- gear. guys i have taken a test drive of GS150R it is really a wonderfull bike, though it seems to be less powerfull as compared to fz but it is definetly economical with respect to average and and the price of bike fz nearly goes in the house of 70,000+, where as GS150r is in the range of 65,000-67,0000 (on road price), also its will definetly give milage atleast 2-3kmpl more than FZ , and the sommothness is almost 20%-25% more than FZ and other bike , i think it is even smoother than unicorn, gear box is like butter, according to me only power and look is not important also the comfort and feeling while riding is important. the bike is surely giving more smoother ride than other bikes. according to me it will surely hit the market.i suggest friends take a test drive and than leave a comment., expecting the reply on this comment from a guy who had taken a test drive.
Suzuki GS150R Specifications:
Engine Type: Air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC
Bore x stroke (mm): 57.0 x 58.6
Displacement: 149.5cc
Max Power: 13.8bhp @ 8,500rpm
Max Torque: 13.4Nm @ 6,000rpm
Compression ratio: 9.35/1
Carburetor: BS26 with TPS
Ignition: CDI
Starting: Electric and kick
Transmission: 6-speed (1-down, 5-up)
Tyre front: 2.75-18” 42P
Tyre rear: 100/90-18 M/C 56P
Brake front: Hydraulic single disc
Brake rear: Drum
Fuel tank capacity: 15.5 liter
Overall length: 2,095mm
Overall width: 775mm
Overall height: 1,120mm
Wheelbase: 1,340mm
Ground clearance: 160mm
Seat height: 790mm
Dry weight: 134 Kg
Curb mass: 149Kg
Colors: Candy Max Orange (YME), Metallic Flint Gray (YUB), Candy Dark Greenish Blue (YML) and Pearl Nebular Black (YAY) (photographs of each color are provided below in the same order.)

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