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In 2009 the Suzuki Raider 150R got a slight makeover in its design. The headlight was changed inspired by that of the GSX-R superbikes.The Raider 150 was released in 2009 for the Malaysian market as the Suzuki Belang R150. The Raider 150 in Vietnam was released in 2013.
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The Suzuki Raider 150 uses the 150 cc (9.2 cu in) DOHC four-valve single-cylinder oil-cooled Suzuki FXR150 engine, with a six-speed transmission. The frame, rear swing arm, rear suspension, seat and front brakes are redesigned from the Suzuki FX125 chassis, making it more aerodynamic.
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The second generation Suzuki Raider 150 was released in November 2006, with a electric starter, also released in Thailand in 2006
This shows a good example of how the new design from the Suzuki Raider 150R headlight was inspired by the GSX-R product line.
References External links Specification Satria 150cc Official Suzuki Indonesia website Official Suzuki Philippines website Official Suzuki Malaysia website
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The First Generation Suzuki Raider 150 was assembled in Thailand (2003–2005). It has the same engine and technical data of FX150 from Malaysia. They redesigned the chassis and made it on an underbone category and also changed the carb to 26 mm, originally 29 mm carburetor size. The Raider was launched in 2004 in the Philippines marketed as the “Blaze NSR 150, Typhoon 150, and LuckyStar LSR150”.
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The main features are full-length front shock, rear monoshock suspension, six-speed short gear ratio transmission, dual camshaft engine, lightweight chassis construction, alloy cast wheel, large-diameter front disc brake, and a rear disc brake, which is rarely found in underbones.
Suzuki Raider 151Manufacturer SuzukiAlso called Suzuki New Satria F150 FU (Indonesia)Production 2002 – presentClass UnderboneEngine 147.3 cc (8.99 cu in) 4-stroke, DOHC, oil-cooledPower 13.6 kW (18.
2 hp) @ 10,000 rpm (claimed)Torque 13.7 N⋅m (10.1 lb⋅ft) @ 8,500 rpm (claimed)Transmission 6-speedBrakes Front: Front disc brake, four-piston caliper Rear: disc brakeWeight 108 kg (238.
6 lb) (wet)Fuel capacity 4.9 LRelated Suzuki FXR150
Suzuki Raider R150Manufacturer SuzukiAlso called Suzuki New Satria F150 FU (Indonesia)Suzuki Belang R150 (Malaysia)Suzuki Raider R150 (Thailand and Philippines)Parent company SuzukiProduction 2006 – presentSuccessor Raider R150Engine 147.
3 cc (8.99 cu in) 4-stroke, DOHC, oil-cooledPower 11.5 kW (15.4 hp) @ 9,500 rpm (claimed)Torque 12.39 N⋅m (9.14 lb⋅ft) @ 7,500 rpm (claimed)Transmission 6-speedBrakes Front: Front disc brake, four-piston caliper Rear: disc brakeWeight 106 kg (233.
6 lb) (dry)Fuel capacity 4.9 LRelated Suzuki FXR150
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The Indonesian variant is called “Satria FU150”. Also since a few years ago, some secondary technical upgrade has been made (for example, an electric starter and riding mode). A new model was in the Philippines is fuel injected and water cooled with 13.6 kW (18.2 hp) @ 10,000 rpm (claimed) and 13.75 N⋅m (10.14 lb⋅ft) @ 8,500 rpm (claimed). With topspeed of 147 km/h
1 First generation (2003–2005) 2 Second Generation (2006–2009) 3 New Breed (2009–2014) 3.1 Different markets 4 References 5 External links
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