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Old 26th May 2016, 18:51   #136
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Hello folks,

Some problems I have been facing with my Zuma these days -
1. The chain loosens quickly. The last time I tightened it and within 2 days there was noticeable slackness. -
I haven't experienced this. Also, there should be some slack & it's fine as long as it doesn't sag too much. Don't over tighten it.
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2. There are tight and loose portions on the chain. So it gets annoying to hear the sound of loose chain. the sound and feel increases with speed. -
it is recommended to have not more than an inch to two of play. In your case, check with the service associate.

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3. The rear suspension makes a broad noise (dhapp) when into a pothole or speed-breaker. It is not very loud, but noticeable to rider. What could be the reason?
Try playing with the shock absorber adjustment. It has 7 settings, by default is set at 3.
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4. The front tire sometimes act weird and resulting into special effect.
- explain?

And congrats on the milestone! Do post an ownership review.

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Old 26th May 2016, 19:08   #137
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Finally took the plunge bought myself a Candy Red Zuma with around 2500kms on the odo.
The bike is Aug-14 make the first owner bought it in Oct-14
Do you mind sharing how much did you pay for the purchase.?
How is the service and parts availability?
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Old 25th November 2016, 18:43   #138
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Suzuki USA is issuing a recall of the Inazuma due to a defective wiring harness. Any chance this affects the bikes in India?

https://rideapart.com/articles/suzuk...l-gw250-models
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The recall affects bikes manufactured in 1013 and 2015. The fix is to install a waterproof shield over the rear wheel brake light switch.
Water entering through the brake light switch was found to have corroded some of the wires leading to a short circuit.
Got this from an Indonesian Inazuma owner. I enquired with Suzuki dealership in Bangalore and was told they have received no such information. My bike has a 2014 manufacturing date.
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Suzuki USA is issuing a recall of the Inazuma due to a defective wiring harness. Any chance this affects the bikes in India?

https://rideapart.com/articles/suzuk...l-gw250-models
I don't think so. Mine is a 2014 model & I haven't received any call around this.

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The recall affects bikes manufactured in 1013 and 2015. The fix is to install a waterproof shield over the rear wheel brake light switch.
Water entering through the brake light switch was found to have corroded some of the wires leading to a short circuit.
Got this from an Indonesian Inazuma owner. I enquired with Suzuki dealership in Bangalore and was told they have received no such information. My bike has a 2014 manufacturing date.
I guess the issue is with 2013 & 2015 motorcycles only. Still, will check on this aspect with my local SA.
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Dear friends, l am thinking about getting a used Inazuma in very good condition. It has run about 8 k. I will be using it for touring and a little bit of commuting. I would like to know about serviceability with respect to regular consumables and wear and tear parts like clutch plates, sprockets etc. I plan to hold on to the bike for at least 4 years and may be sell it for 30- 40 % of my purchase price. Your advice is very valuable . Thanks
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