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    Yup even i felt a difference in two in terms of refinement but don't know how much is actually true since the 2010 model was 3 kms old and the 09 model was around 900Kms old.

    Edit: yeah i know Anyway the Pilot lamps load shedding is currently a good option unless you want style and want to be more safe on the road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nageswer View Post

    when i told him that my cousin is looking for a new bike and he has gs and dazzler on radar (trap)he told me to wait for 10 mins.....he got a new gs..with the tank cover still not removed....and gave me for test ride...i rode at max 54kmph(beyond that was hindered by traffic).....that is how i got a opportunity to ride a new gs...

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    same trap i did but not tell dazzler name, yes true the new GS is more refined bcos of our(mine too) feedback in their website are watched by R&D of suzuki . SO a New GS150R Version 2 made...
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    Lightbulb LEDs

    If u want to connect the led pilot lamps to dc power, why not connect it directly to the battery??
    I have placed 2 blue LEDs on the lower part of the fairing and connected them directly to the battery(using resistors). They have been working fine for 4 months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nageswer View Post
    1)the idle is not withstanding the rpm...mean to say the engine is immediately off once started....
    2)harsh and grinding behavior of the engine...gentle for initial few kms and than increased sound and low intensity vibes...
    3)screws loosened engine sound for the initial kms......
    The first problem can be solved by increasing the idling rpm, even we can do it. Second and third will reduce eventually as you put some kilometers on ODO. The drive chain also makes some noise if its loose. The above problems can be reduced by using good engine oils. Though you have completed second service you havent ridden bike much its still going through break in period.

    Quote Originally Posted by nageswer View Post
    the serviceman head himself admitted that the new gs is refined than the previous one..when i asked him for test ride he told it will take time .....and when i told him that my cousin is looking for a new bike and he has gs and dazzler on radar (trap)he told me to wait for 10 mins.....he got a new gs..with the tank cover still not removed....and gave me for test ride...i rode at max 54kmph(beyond that was hindered by traffic).....that is how i got a opportunity to ride a new gs...
    May be I should also try this trick..........
    Well-trained reflexes are quicker than luck.........

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    lol everyone want to check out GS2010 Model now braking of rear is still not upto the mark in 2010 model as well.But Engine was smoother so were the shifts

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    Quote Originally Posted by adi231189 View Post
    lol everyone want to check out GS2010 Model now braking of rear is still not upto the mark in 2010 model as well.But Engine was smoother so were the shifts
    And what about the front brake, I think in GS rear brake can only be used to slow a bit, if you want to decelerate quickly you need to use both front and back brakes. But after changing brake shoes, in low speeds rear wheel is locking even if it is applied gently. Since its on low speeds it wont do any harm but if that happens at above 50 or so, will be really dangerous. I think thats the main reason why Suzuki provided GS with 130mm drum brakes even though the bike weighs more.
    Well-trained reflexes are quicker than luck.........

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    Forgot to tell you one more thing,today luckly i met a gs owner with odo 25,000km,who came for service....i requested him,that i will ride his bike for testing...luckly he agreed......the bike was matured...trust me the problems which we are discussing are not there and the bike was smooth and refined....he himself told me about the problems he has faced for the intial 10 to 12k kms on odo.. which are similar to us.......and as he clocked more kms the bike got setteled to refined and smooth one..


    so lets hope ours too matures with more kms clocking on the Odo...

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    @anup the Front disc are Fine Actually well testing Gs i used only the front brakes When i actually applied the Rear the Bike did slow but really i think they need to work on the Rear brakes a Disc Would have made it very good considering the weight of the bike.

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    Get HID fitted on youre GS! it's a good choice! i had installed the unit for more than a year or so! forget the pilot lamps, they do no good! take my advice! if you wanna know where install HID properly! contact me!

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    @Zomiryder,I am curious to Now more about HID....like what t is exactly....
    What are advantages associated with it........How we have to install it....what are the good brands of HID and and what is its price....

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