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Thread: Suzuki Gixxer SF : Ownership thread

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    Default Re: Suzuki Gixxer SF : Ownership thread


    Hey folks, this is my Gixxer sf (rear disc) bought June 2016, undergone 2 free services, done 4600kms.
    Mileage:
    1. when riding @ around 100kmph -37 to 38 kmpl.
    2.when riding @ around 80kmph - 40kmpl
    3.when riding @ around 65 to 70 - 44kmpl.
    These are my experiences with my gixxer 😊

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    Default Re: Suzuki Gixxer SF : Ownership thread

    Quote Originally Posted by ragu1 View Post
    I got mine a couple of days ago and really liked the handling and the overall feel of riding. Its the best in the segment for me and feels very solid.

    I have a question though...I did not get any toolkit with the bike. Did anyone else get one?

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    Had similar thoughts. It's under removable seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veeru Kallapur View Post
    Thanks Bro, but the service people said to do the oil change on the day of first service itself, i.e 1000km or 45 days (whichever is earlier). isn't this odd which service people are saying. Even i asked again like when to do first oil change.

    note* this is not Gixxer SF This is Gixxer SF FI.
    I got mine done at said interval. At 500km on odo. Just keep getting free services done on time. Not necessarily by KMS.
    This is time period when engine components will adjust among themselves to move more freely. You'll feel smoother engine and gearbox after first service. Keep shifting at proper rev limits.
    Short note-Fi's acceleration is awesome and also it's ability to turn on engine in single press of button even after months of storage.
    Cheers!
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    Guys which will give more mileage between gixxer sf and fazer v2 under economical riding, I really need to know and I am confused which to buy between these two.

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    Default Re: Suzuki Gixxer SF : Ownership thread

    I don't rmbr whether I had mentioned that my SF was in the showroom for a week. . Anyways here's the UPDATE:
    So my 3000 km old bike was going smoothly, no issues, then all of a sudden my friend noticed very faint white smoke while I started my bike.. took it immediately to service centre, he said the bike is in critical condition, need to keep it in the showroom. So went back home, fully shattered, wondering how a 4 month old bike developed these problems. Long story short, everyday used to call them and asked updates. Basically, it was a manufacturing defect (has to be, coz I didn't do anything to screw it up) . . The inlet valve had some issue, it was causing the oil to leak into the combustion chamber (I don't know how oil leaks from inlet valve, but didn't bother asking for explanation). . So they replaced most of the engine cylinder components, under warranty. . So didn't have to pay anything (that's why I say, Megavath Suzuki service centre in Ganganagar, for the Bangaloreans, is quite good). . Now, I have a 4 month old 3000 km run bike, with a brand new engine (all the critical components are new, valve stems, piston rings, gaskets etc.). So need to do run in again! :/ Well I don't mind now, coz it's butter smooth now, and the pickup has increased somehow.
    So this is a reminder post, make sure you check your exhaust to see if slight white smoke is coming, could mean trouble. Luckily my friend noticed it, else I would have continued riding. . Apparantly the oil was draining very fast. . Would have seized the engine! I was lucky.. hope this post helps. Cheers.
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    Suzuki just launched 2 new paint schemes for the Gixxer SF .. Black has now got red motoGp decals and same on the red one with black motoGp decals.. looks much better now!

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    Can anybody comment on how to change the monoshock suspension and which out of the 7 settings are most comfortable for you?

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    Hello guys. New to this forum. Bought a gixxer sf sp on February 10th 2017. Loving it so far.
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    Yesterday drove a New Gixxer SF Fi version and a Gixxer normal version back to back. Gear shifts were harder than my current bike (P200NS). Is this how all Gixxers are ?? Will the gear shifts get easier after some time ? I'm in search of another bike. That's why TDed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gowty View Post
    Yesterday drove a New Gixxer SF Fi version and a Gixxer normal version back to back. Gear shifts were harder than my current bike (P200NS). Is this how all Gixxers are ?? Will the gear shifts get easier after some time ? I'm in search of another bike. That's why TDed it.
    Yes. Initially the gear shifts are very hard. But they will become softer and accurate after the first service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biswajeet Patra View Post
    Yes. Initially the gear shifts are very hard. But they will become softer and accurate after the first service.
    Well I had this doubt coz one of the bikes I drove was 7 Months old while other was brand new and both had almost similar hardness.

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