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I have both the Suzuki Raider 150 (2005 Model) and the Suzuki Raider R150 (2007 Model). The two major differences are: 1. The R150 has an electric starter. On my R150, I have removed the kickstarter, because I never use it. 2. The R150 has a larger engine cowling. Older motorcyclists call them "air scoops", which direct more air into the cooling fins on the engine. Technically, then, the R150 is "cooler" than the older model. This becomes apparent on long drives. The longest I have ridden my older Suzuki is 4 hours straight, and on the R150, I have driven 7 hours with just one 15-minute stop for lunch after a five-hour run. The R150 has an electric starter and a more complete engine cowling system. The cowling or " air-scoops" direct more air into the engine's cooling fins, resulting in a cooler engine. The electric starter makes the R150 about 1.15 kilograms heavier than the older Raider 150. The rear brake pump on the R150 is located lower and at a shallower angle than the rear brake pump on the older Raider. This is an important fact to consider when buying third party REAR SETS (These are foot-peg, brake, and gear-shift lever assemblies that move the foot-peg position more than 4 inches towards the rear of the bike, resulting in a more crouched driving position for higher speeds). Usually, a new REAR SET made for a Raider 150 rather than a Raider R150 will be a problem to attach because the rear brake pump is in an awkward position and will not align with the bolt holes on the new REAR SET.

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The R150 has an electric starter and a more complete engine cowling system. The cowling or " air-scoops" direct more air into the engine's cooling fins, resulting in a cooler engine. The electric starter makes the R150 about 1.15 kilograms heavier than the older Raider 150. The rear brake pump on the R150 is located lower and at a shallower angle than the rear brake pump on the older Raider. This is an important fact to consider when buying third party REAR SETS (These are foot-peg, brake, and gear-shift lever assemblies that move the foot-peg position more than 4 inches towards the rear of the bike, resulting in a more crouched driving position for higher speeds). Usually, a new REAR SET made for a Raider 150 rather than a Raider R150 will be a problem to attach because the rear brake pump is in an awkward position and will not align with the bolt holes on the new REAR SET.

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