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  • Offline grumpy   england

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    New Models Based on the Inazuma
    on: Nov 09, 2016, 03.34 pm
    Nov 09, 2016, 03.34 pm
    Hi Admin, You may have missed this in the "LOADS of new 250 Suzuki's" thread, https://www.inazuma250.com/index.php/topic,1163.0.html 

    quote from Robell on page 2 ... "As they're both clearly Inazuma based, and not completely new, I wonder if this website will be extended to include them"

    As they are both coming to the UK, and presumably else where, will they be included?

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    Re: New Models Based on the Inazuma
    Reply #1 on: Nov 10, 2016, 10.19 am
    Nov 10, 2016, 10.19 am
    I don't mind adding additional ones but the problem is this forum is quite model specific. However, as you say it would be good to include them though.  :002:

    Leave it with me and let me have a think about it and I'll see if there's something we can do :028:

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    Re: New Models Based on the Inazuma
    Reply #2 on: Nov 10, 2016, 12.10 pm
    Nov 10, 2016, 12.10 pm
    I wonder if the Inazuma will continue as a model ?

    With the 2 new models it's clearly possible to meet latest Euro4 regulations, but I've not seen any mention of any updates, to keep it going beyond 2016.

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    Re: New Models Based on the Inazuma
    Reply #3 on: Oct 31, 2017, 01.08 pm
    Oct 31, 2017, 01.08 pm
    *Originally Posted by Admin [+]
    I don't mind adding additional ones but the problem is this forum is quite model specific. However, as you say it would be good to include them though.  :002:
    Leave it with me and let me have a think about it and I'll see if there's something we can do :028:
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    Have you thought about it yet?

    The V-Strom 250/ DL250 is just an Inazuma with a MAJOR facelift, ABS, bars from the F and a larger tank (same engine, frame, tyres, transmission etc etc), and is the GSX250R not just a bling-ed up ABS version of the Inazuma F?  I think owners of both will find a great deal of useful info on this site re. the mechanicals, electrics etc etc ..... like they can see ahead to the issues their machines may have over the next 5 years.

    While I see the http://www.v-strom.co.uk/ site lays claim to the V-S 250 ("Suzuki V-Strom (VStrom) Owners Club DL250, DL650 & DL1000"), I'd imagine the beating heart of that forum will remain very much with the 650/1000 machines.

    Countries beyond the EU may continue with the Inazuma, but here in Europe the forum will become increasingly concerned only with a dwindling number of ageing 'zumas unless it embraces the successors too.

    - RoryD

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    Re: New Models Based on the Inazuma
    Reply #4 on: Oct 31, 2017, 01.30 pm
    Oct 31, 2017, 01.30 pm
    Have you thought about it yet?

    Ooops sorry, just noticed that my post above was nearly a year ago. Unfortunately, been incredably busy this year with various things  :034:

    ...........but here in Europe the forum will become increasingly concerned only with a dwindling number of ageing 'zumas unless it embraces the successors too.

    That's a valid point and a good reason to do it.

    Ok, let me check a few things out first, I'll see what I can do  :028:

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