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Which is fuel efficient Honda xrm 110 or suzuki raider 125?

obviously the honda XRM 110 cause it has a small engine than raider 125.

How change oil for suzuki raider 150?

How do you improve the speed suzuki raider r150?

here are the steps on how to top the speed of raider150 to 200+km/h:

1. put the keys and turn the ignition on. (dont start the engine)

Why Yamaha sniper is faster than Suzuki raider 150?

What is the use of rpm of Suzuki raider r 150?

From the very first day you ride your Suzuki Raider R150, the rpm indicator, more properly called your TACHOMETER, is a very important tool. Knowing how to use it is the key to getting the most out of your machine.

Breaking in your R150 is easier if you keep the tach at 3,500 to 6,000 RPM (engine REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE) and keep riding at this level until your digital trip meter, or ODOMETER, reads 800.00 km. (The odometer is the small digital number strip on top of the BIGGER speedometer digits- which read 0 when the motorbike is not in motion and increases as the motorbike picks up speed. It doesn’t really matter how fast or how slow your R150 is going- JUST KEEP THE RPM LEVEL at 3,500 to 6,000 to BREAK IN the motorbike’s engine- that is, getting it CONDITIONED for riding.

Once you have hit 800 kilometers of ride on the ODO, you can now ride with the engine a bit ANGRIER, at 6,000 to 8,000 RPM. Ride the bike with the TACH at this level until the odometer reads 1,600 KM. After 1,600 KM. at this very strict practice of TACH-CONTROL, you may now ride the R150 at full throttle.

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The next use of your tachometer will be for full control of the bike while shifting gears and riding comfortably. OR blisteringly fast.

Changing gears on a SOFT RIDE (which is the recommended daily routine for work-day driving and busy city travel) should be made at 5,500 to 6,500 RPM. This way the engine is in MEDIUM revolution and will not jerk forward or snap you backwards.

Now for the HARD RIDE (for weekend rides, open roads and the race track: for a stock R150 the best HIGH REV range for shifting gears is 9,000 to 10,000 RPM. You may experience a coughing engine if you remain at 10,000 RPM for a few seconds- that is because the stock R150 engine is LIMITED by its electrical circuits and CAPACITOR DISCHARGE IGNITION (CDI) from going beyond this level. It keeps the R150 safe and WITHIN GOVERNMENT-APPROVED SAFETY STANDARDS.

FOR THE RACE RIDE: Assuming you have purchased a RACING CDI, the R150 is now PARTIALLY SET-UP to race. There is a RED PORTION on the tachometer. It starts at 11,500 RPM.

During a race, or a blisteringly fast ride, changing gears within the RED LINE portion of the tach brings out what the R150 engine was designed for: superior speed, power, and endurance.

But always remember: the people who live to tell the tale of how to use the R150 tachometer best, how fast a Suzuki Raider R150 can really go, and what it can do on the road ARE THE PEOPLE WHO RIDE WISELY, WITH SAFETY GEAR, A TOTAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE ROADS THEY TRAVEL, and GAIN EXPERIENCE BY DRIVING SLOWLY AND CAREFULLY and learn to keep traffic rules and regulations in their minds all the time.

You want to have all-out fun with a Suzuki Raider R150? Take it to a race-track and put on your safety gear and helmet. Drive with your eyes on the track. Ride safely.

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