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Old 21 Oct 2010
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Euromot Suzuki DR200 Manual Query

Hi Hubbers,

Im shortly about to set off on my travels around south america in November!
Im looking to buy a Euromot 200 GXT which i know is a Chinese copy of the Suzuki DR200. Ive been told that Suzuki parts will fit the bike and its almost a 100% replica.

I have found online, for free, a manual for the Suzuki DR50 and the Suzuki DR350 (typical that i cant get the DR200 one). My Question is for general maintenance and repairs would these manuals be close enough to work with for the DR200/Euromot GXT???

My motorbike maintenance is limited. When i toured Vietnam on a russian minsk i found hitting it with a spanner did the job but thats a 1950's russian design for you!

Any advice or recommendations would be good!

Cheers Edd!
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The guys over at MyChinaMoto have this instruction manual.

As it's in Portuguese you may want to upload it to Google Translate which does a pretty good job translating to English and Spanish.
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awesome!

Pocket Head you are a scholar and a gent! (hope to god your a bloke now ive said that!)

Thank you!
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Pocket Head you are a scholar and a gent! (hope to god your a bloke now ive said that!)

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Why thank you sire and indeed, I am of male persuasion.
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I have a (rare) DR200 manual somewhere. I'd have to turn the house upside down to find it............Once upon a time, for a few short weeks, I had a NEW DR200....and then some light-fingered, thieving bast*** relieved me of it. What a great little bike. For us not-so-tall people (short-arses), the DR200 is the perfect green laner....small, light, torquey, easy to ride. I was so gutted when it got stolen.

Anyway, 25 quid for the manual (posted) and I'll turn the house upside down. I bought the manual new, and I don't recall ever opening it. I know I paid over the odds for it.
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