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Thread: Suzuki Gixxer SF : Ownership thread

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    Default Re: Suzuki Gixxer SF : Ownership thread

    Check with SVC, you may have to replace the pads or the disc.
    Quote Originally Posted by Biker23 View Post
    Hey guys, help needed.. From couple of weeks I'm facing an issue with my Gixxer's(2016 model) front break.

    It is jamming the front wheel, and hence the wheel is not spinning freely.

    I got it checked with my local mechanic, he removed the break assembly applied some oil and re-assembled it back, which then resolved the issue, but again the problem started after 2 days.

    Average has also become very less, around 27kmpl prior to that of 37kmpl when brakes were fine.

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    Hi.. as we all know the mirrors on old sf is bit long and it's difficult to go through tight spaces i am thinking to replace it with the new one's. can anybody having the new model sf please share the length of the mirror? it looks smaller than the old ones, don't know exactly...
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    Hi Every one, I have an Gixxer SF FI model bike. The Engine mal function light and the ABS light were active while riding. And even the speedometer is getting Zero.
    I reported this to the service center in Hyderabad (gem Suzuki) but still they were not able to solve the problem.
    Please let me know if you have any clue about this misbehavior.

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    Good noon. I'm having a gixxer sf 2016 model. Recently I came across a YouTube video where the clip on handlebar of new gixxer sf was installed in the old gixxer sf. I'm thinking of doing it. Need some expert opinion. Here is the look of the old gixxer with new gixxer's clip on Name:  Screenshot_2020-01-30-11-22-04-95.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by JSidhu View Post
    Hi Every one, I have an Gixxer SF FI model bike. The Engine mal function light and the ABS light were active while riding. And even the speedometer is getting Zero.
    I reported this to the service center in Hyderabad (gem Suzuki) but still they were not able to solve the problem.
    Please let me know if you have any clue about this misbehavior.
    Take it to some other SVC bro. If these lights are on while riding there is something wrong with them. Rarely, it can be a glitch. Either way, the SVC should be able to resolve. Approach another Gem SVC or there are a few other SVCs as well. Please don't ride the bike when you have this engine malfunction indication.
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    Default Re: Suzuki Gixxer SF : Ownership thread

    Is anyone using handlebar risers?
    I am planning to add an universal handlebar risers. Any inputs are appreciated.

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    Default Re: Suzuki Gixxer SF : Ownership thread

    Anyone using apollo alpha s1 tyres in gixxer? I came across these tyres in amazon while searching for rear tyre replacement.

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    I use alpha S1 by Apollo.
    I'd suggest you go to a tyre dealer in your neighborhood and get it changed. Check if the tyre is already used and check it's manufacturing date. Amazon is notorious for supplying old tyre stock.
    The grip is okayish, better than stock but for my riding, I find the wear a little bit on the higher side(compared to stock) even with proper manufacturer specified tyre pressure.
    Will add a few photos soon.
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    Anyone using apollo alpha s1 tyres in gixxer? I came across these tyres in amazon while searching for rear tyre replacement.
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    Thanks for the suggestion bro. Waiting for the photos! Also how much does it cost bro?
    Quote Originally Posted by alphamike_1612 View Post
    I use alpha S1 by Apollo.
    I'd suggest you go to a tyre dealer in your neighborhood and get it changed. Check if the tyre is already used and check it's manufacturing date. Amazon is notorious for supplying old tyre stock.
    The grip is okayish, better than stock but for my riding, I find the wear a little bit on the higher side(compared to stock) even with proper manufacturer specified tyre pressure.
    Will add a few photos soon.

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