MF 150QT-10D Manual

MF150-10D
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. VARIOUS PART NAMES:--------------------------------------II: OPERATION DESCRIPTIONS OF SYSTEMS:----------A. INSTRUMENT PANEL COMPONENTS:---------------1.Speedometer: ----------------------------------------------2.Odometer:---------------------------------------------------3.Turn Signal Indicator:-------------------------------------4.High Beam Indicator ---------------------------------------5.Fuel Gage:--------------------------------------------------B. MAIN SWITCH:---------------------------------------1.OFF:-----------------------------------------------------------2.ON:-------------------------------------------------------------3.Lock:--------------------------------------------------------4.Unlocking Under Seat Storage Box:---C. STARTER SWITCH BUTTON:----------------D. HEADLIGHT SWITCH:----------------------------E. DIMMER SWITCH: --------------------------------F. HORN SWITCH BUTTON:-------------------------------G. TURN SIGNAL SWITCH:---------------------------------
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1.L:-----------------------------------------------------------------------------2.R:-----------------------------------------------------------------------------H. UNDER SEAT STORAGE BOX: --------------------------------------I. STEERING HANDLE LOCK:-----------------------------------------1.Locking: -------------------------------------------------------------------2.Unlocking: ------------------------------------------------------------------III. HOW TO START ENGINE :--------------------------------------------A. STARTING ENGINE WITH
ELECTRIC STARTER:-----------------------------------------------B. STARTING ENGINE WITH KICK
STARTER:---------------------------------------------------------------IV. BASIC MOTORCYCLE OPERATIONS:-----------------------------A. TO START RIDING:----------------------------------------------------B. SPEED ADJUSTMENT:------------------------------------------------C. PROPER BREAK IN AND RIDING TO
LENGTHEN THE LIFE OF THE MOTORCYCLE:------------D. DO NOT APPLY BRAKES AND
MAKE SHARP TURNS:-------------------------------------------------
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E. BE EXTREMELY CAUTIOUS
ON WET SURFACES:------------------------------- 14
V.HOW TO STOP:--------------------------------------------14
A. PARKING THE SCOOTER:-----------------------15
B. CHOOSE A FLAT PLACE:------------------------15
VI. INSPECTION BEFORE RIDING:--------------------16
A. GASOLINE:------------------------------------------- 16
1.Check Fuel:----------------------------------------- 16
B. HANDLE BAR INSPECTION:--------------------17
C. BRAKE INSPECTION:----------------------------- 17
1.Drum brake series:------------------------------------- 17
2.Disk brake series:---------------------------------------18
D. BRAKE LIGHT INSPECTION:------------------- 19
E. TURN SIGNAL LIGHT INSPECTION:--------- 19
F.TIRE INSPECTION:---------------------------------- 20
G. SHOCK ABSORBER INSPECTION:------------ 20
H.HEADLIGHT AND TAIL LIGHT
INSPECTION:----------------------------------------- 20
I.HORN INSPECTION:---------------------------------20
J.INSPECT SPEEDOMETER:-------------------------21
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K.BACK MIRROR INSPECTION:------------------21
VII.PERIODICAL INSPECTOION:---------------------21
A.OIL AND FILTER:-----------------------------------22
1.Air cleaner replacement:---------------------------- 22
2.Oil change and filter cleaning:----------------------22
3.How to change oil and clean filter:---------------- 22
B. GEAR OIL CHANGE:------------------------------23
1.How to change gear oil:----------------------------- 24
C. REPLENISHMENT OF BRAKE OIL:
(DISK BRAKE)---------------------------------------- 24
D. SPARK PLUG INSPECTION:--------------------25
1.Cleaning:---------------------------------------------- 25
2.Adjustment ------------------------------------------- 25
3.Recommended spark plug:--------------------------25
E.BATTERY AND ELECTROLYTE
INSPECTION:----------------------------------------26
F.FUSE REPLACEMENT:----------------------------26
VIII.WHEN ENGINE CAN NOT START:-------------26
I. VARIOUS PART NAMES:
TURN SIGNAL, HORN, AND
HEADLIGHT SWITCHES
HEADLIGHT
TURN SIGNAL LIGHT
AIR FILTER BOX
HELMET HOOK
KICK STARTER PEDAL
BATTERY
COMPARTMENT
CENTER STAND
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INSTRUMENT PANEL
UNDER SEAT STORAGE
BOX
FRONT BRAKE HANDLE
TAIL LIGHT
IGNITION SWITCH
MUFFLER
KICK STAND
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II. VARIOUS PARTS OPERATION
A. INSTRUMENT PANEL:
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1. Speedometer:
● MPH and / or KPH (miles and kilometers per hour)
2. Odometer :
● Total forward distance is indicated in miles
The black number with white background
indicates tenth of miles.
3. Turn signal indicator:
● Turn signal indicator will blink if turn signal
switch is in operation
4. High beam indicator:
● When headlights are bright dashboard indicator will glow
5. Fuel Gage:
● Indicates the fuel volume in the fuel tan
(ignition switch must be on)
● If the needle points at the red section, it
that the remaining fuel is about 0.25 gallons.
Fill with gasoline as soon as possible. (91 octane or above.)
UNLEADED FUEL ONLY
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B. MAIN SWITCH:
1.OFF:
● All systems are off.
● Remove or insert key in this position.
2.ON:
● The electric power is connected
● Starter switch is functional.
● You cannot remove the key.
3.LOCK:
● The handle bars are locked.
● You can remove the key.
HINT:
● After locking, turn handle bars gently to
make sure handle bars are locked.
● Turning handle bars gently will facilitate unlocking also.
4. Unlocking under seat storage box
● Turn key far right to open position.
HINT:
● Applying gentle pressure (up and down) to seat will facilitate
opening.
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C.STARTER SWITCH BUTTON:
ELECTRIC STARTER INSTRUCTIONS:
● Hold brake and press starter switch to engage electric starter.
● Do not engage the starter for more than 4 seconds at a time.
● After engine starts, release the starter button at once.
WARNING:
● When engine is in operation, do not press the starter button .
Doing so will damage the electric starter.
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D.HEADLIGHT SWITCH:
E.DIMMER SWITCH:
HIGH BEAM
Headlights and Tail Lights Switch
1.Headlights should remain in the on position
at all times while operating your scooter.
LOW BEAM
2. Headlight switch has three positions to accommodate
optional lighting features. Please take time to familiarize yourself
with this switch.
● When the high beam is on, indicator on
instrument panel will light.
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F. HORN SWITCH BUTTON
● When key is on, pressing button will sound horn.
G. TURN SIGNAL SWITCH
1.L. ←
Turning switch to the left will cause left signals to illuminate.
2.R. →
Turning switch to the right will cause right signals to illuminate.
*When signals are on, symbol on instrument panel will illuminate.
3. Press center (white) to cancel turn signals.
Signals will not cancel automatically.
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H. Under Seat Storage Box
Unlocking under seat storage box:
● Turn key (on main switch) to far right. (Open position.)
HINT:
● Applying gentle pressure (up and down) to seat will facilitate opening.
NOTICE:
Carrying capacity should not exceed 6 pounds.
CAUTION:
Interior of box can be very hot. DO NOT
put flammable objects inside case.
Storage box is not waterproof.
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I. STEERING HANDLE LOCK:
● To prevent theft, a locking handle bar has been installed.
NOTICE:
Park in legal parking spaces only.
HINTS:
● After locking, turn handle bars gently to
make sure handle bars are locked.
● Turning handle bars gently will facilitate unlocking also.
1. Locking
● Turn handle bars to full left and turn key
counter clock-wise to the lock position.
2. Unlocking:
● Turn the key clock-wise to unlock.
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III. HOW TO START ENGINE
There are two ways to start your engine.
A. STARTING ENGINE USING
ELECTRIC STARTER:
● Turn main switch to "ON".
● Turn secondary emergency cut off switch to the run/on position.**
● Hold brake and press starter switch to engage electric starter.
● Do not turn throttle grip, just press starter switch button to start engine.
● Do not engage the starter for more than 4 seconds at a time.
● After engine starts, release the starter button at once.
● When engine is in operation, do not press the starter button.
Doing so will damage electric starter.
** Most models have a switch with a circle meaning on
and a circle with an X and/or a line through it meaning off.
● If motorcycle has not been used for a long time it may
be difficult to start, turn throttle grip 1/8-1/4 turn and start engine again.
● Warm up engine for 2-3 minutes before operation.
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B. STARTING ENGINE WITH KICK STARTER:
REMINDER:
●After using kick starter pedal, fold it back to its
original position.
●Carbon dioxide exhaust from engine is
harmful. Vehicle is for exterior use only.
● Place scooter/motorcycle on center stand.
● Turn main switch to "ON".
● Turn secondary emergency cut off switch to the run/on position.**
● Hold brake and kick down on starter pedal.
● If motorcycle has not been used for a long time it may
be difficult to start, turn throttle grip 1/8-1/4 turn and start engine again.
● Warm up engine for 2-3 minutes before operation.
** Most models have a switch with a circle meaning on
and a circle with an X and/or a line in it meaning off.
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IV. BASIC MOTORCYCLE OPERATIONS:
We recommend all beginners take lessons from experienced riders.
Some States have motorcycle schools.
Contact your local State Department of Vehicle and Motor safety.
A. TO START RIDING:
● Inspect vehicle before operation.
● Turn on turn lights before moving.
● Make sure it is safe behind and ahead before moving forward.
B.SPEED ADJUSTMENT:
●Speed is adjusted by turning the throttle grip.
●Speed is increased by rolling the throttle towards yourself.
●Speed is decreased by rolling the throttle away from yourself.
●Always accelerate slowly.
●Release brake levers.
●Add throttle slowly by twisting throttle grip towards you and then
motorcycle will move forward.
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PROPER BREAK IN AND RIDING WILL LENGTHEN THE
LIFE OF THE MOTORCYCLE:
WARNING:
●Release throttle before applying brakes.
●Failure to use both brakes may cause skidding.
●Hard and sudden stops cause premature brake wearing.
●Always check brakes for proper function before accelerating
to high speeds.
●During the initial 250 miles refrain from top speed.
●Do not accelerate abruptly.
●Do not operate engine at high RPM while on center stand.
●Change engine oil after the first 250 miles and every 700 miles thereafter.
●We recommend Castrol 10W-40 synthetic blend oil.
●Use unleaded 91 octane or above gasoline.
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●When braking, use both brake levers.
●Increase presure evenly, as needed.
●Avoid sudden, abrupt stops.
D. DO NOT APPLY BRAKES AND MAKE SHARP TURNS
● WARNING:
Turning while braking can cause falls, skidding, and
serious injury.
FRONT BRAKE
REAR BRAKE LEVER
E. Be Extremely Cautious on Wet Surfaces.
●The road surface in rain is different from dry surfaces.
●Increase braking distance and reduce speeds.
●Drive Cautiously.
V. HOW TO STOP:
●Be aware of vehicles behind and in front of you.
●Never make sudden stops.
●Return throttle grip to idle position.
●Apply pressure on brake levers evenly.
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A. PARKING THE SCOTER.
B. CHOOSE A FLAT PLACE:
●Turn the signal switch off.
●Turn main switch to "OFF".
●Choose a flat surface not blocking traffic and
push down the center stand. Scooter will fall down
or tip over if placed on unlevel ground.
●Grasp left handle with left hand to make
scooter straight. Hold side handrail below
seat with right hand. Step down on main stand.
Push with right foot and pull back on scooter
with right hand with strength.
●To prevent stealing, lock the steering handle
when parked and take out the keys.
WARNING:
●Turn off main switch only when vehicle is not in use.
●Turning off switch will turn off all lights making it difficult to see.
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VI. INSPECTION BEFORE RIDING:
●Always inspect before riding.
●Turn main switch to "OFF".
a pre-check up is necessary before each ride.
●Periodic Inspections every 1,000 miles by a trained professional
or Service Center is recommended.
NOTICE:
NOTICE:
●Check oil and brake fluidbefore each operation.
●Turn off engine when refilling with gasoline.
●Use unleaded 91 octaine and above.
●Turn off the key from main switch and insert it
into fuel tank cap. Turn the key clock-wise and
open fuel tank cap.
A. GASOLINE:
1.CHECK FUEL:
●When the pointer on the gas gage is close to the red
section, the effective residual gasoline is about .25
gallons.
WARNING:
●Keep gasoline level a full inch and 1/2 from the
top of fuel tank when refilling. If gasoline
is overfilled it is easy to splash outand leak out which
can be dangerous.
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B. HANDLE BAR INSPECTION:
C. BRAKE INSPECTION:
● Check steering bar. Applying pressure up and down, forward
●Turn main switch to "OFF".
● Check steering functions. Check for rubbing or abnormal sounds.
● If any abnormalities, take the scooter to the distributor
or service center for inspection and repair.
1.Drum brake series:
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The brake levers should be properly adjusted.
The free play* is about 1/4 inches maximum.
*Free play means the distance between loose
and tight positions of brake levers.
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NOTICE:
●Always check the free play of front and rear
brakes. Make adjustments with adjusting nut when
●Turn main switch to "OFF".
2. Disk brake series:
BRAKE OIL INSPECTION:
●Normal fluid level is between "UPPER" and
"LOWER".
REAR WHEEL BRAKE ADJUSTMENT:
●When the fluid level is near the lower level
mark, check brake pads.
●If brake pads are in good condition, low fluid level
could signal a problem.
●Have your brakes inspected by a professional.
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS
NOTICE:
●After brake adjustment
match the concavity of the adjusting nut
with the axle pin to prevent
the change of free play during riding.
●Ride motorcycle in a short distance at slow speeds to make
sure all front and rear brake adjustments are suitable.
REMINDER:
New brake shoes are cheaper than accidents.
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E. TURN SIGNAL LIGHT INSPECTION:
●Turn main switch to "ON"
●Operate turn signal switch to make sure turn
signal lights and turn signal indicators blink.
●Check turn signal lights for any dirt or damage.
D. BRAKE LIGHT INSPECTION:
●Turn main switch to "ON".
●Operate front and rear brakes one by one to made
sure brake lights work.
●Clean brake and signal lights to make sure they can be seen well.
●Check for any damage to the lights.
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F. TIRE INSPECTION:
G. SHOCK ABSORBER INSPECTION:
●Check tire pressure while tires are cool before operation.
●Turn main switch to "OFF".
grooves of tires.
●If there are any cracks or wearing replace the tire at once.
●A leading cause of accidents is unstable handling caused by
worn or bare tires.
●Do not overload vehicle to avoid tire blowout.
●Add weight on the handle and seat, swing
motorcycle up and down and check the
front and rear shock absorbers if work well.
H. HEADLIGHT AND TAILLIGHT
INSPECTION:
●Turn main switch to "ON". Operate
headlight switch to check if headlight and
taillight light. Check the lights if any dirt or
damage.
Normal Tire Pressure
Please check tire pressure recommendations on the tires.
For 1 person front wheel :30 PSI
For 1 person rear wheel :32 PSI
I. HORN INSPECTION:
●Turn main switch to "ON" and press down
horn switch button to check if the horn
sounds.
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VII. PERIODICAL INSPECTION:
J. INSPECT SPEEDOMETER:
K. INSPECT MIRRORS:
●Turn main switch to "OFF".
●Sit on the seat and adjust mirrors.
●Keep mirrors clean.
●For safe and comfortable riding have periodic inspections
made by a professional certified mechanic.
●The following is a recommend partial list of
maintenance times and inspections.
●If the motorcycle has not been used for a long
time, we recommend having a full inspection before use.
●A full inspection as well as full maintanence must be done
between 30 and 45 days or 250 miles after the initial purchase.
(Break in period)
*Failure to do so may void your warranty.
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A. OIL AND AIR FILTER:
1.Air cleaner replacement:
●Remove left side cover.
●Remove attaching screws and air cleaner cover.
2.Oil Change:
●Change oil and clean filter every 750 miles.
Oil Capacity: 0.9 liters (almost 1 quart)
WARNING:
Do not over fill.
ATTENTION:
●Dirty air filters cause premature engine wear, loss of engine power,
and wastes gas.
●If air cleaner is not replaced properly, dirt will be
sucked into the cylinder causing excessive wear,
low engine power, and shortening engine life.
●Do not let air filter get wet or starting problems may result.
●Keep Air Cleaner Box in good condition.
●Clean or replace air filter every 400 miles or more often
in dusty environments.
3.How to change oil and clean filter:
When engine is warm●Remove oil dip stick. Remove drain plug to
remove all the oil.
●Remove oil filter cap.
● Take off spring.
●Use high pressure air to clean filter screen.
●Install oil filter screen and drain plug.
●Fill with new oil 0.9 liter. Castrol Semisenthetic. Check with oil level
gauge. (Do not screw in the dipstick)
●Tighten up dip stick.
●Start and warm engine for 2 - 3 minutes. Check pressure levels.
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NOTICE:
●Please use Castrol 10W-40 Semisenthetic oil.
●Operating in the following conditions will require oil
being changed more frequently:
●Frequent riding on gravel roads.
●Riding short distances never reaching higher speeds.
●Excessive stop and go traffic.
●Riding in cold weather.
●When refilling oil do not exceed the upper level
on the dip stick. Doing so will damage seals.
DRAIN
FILL PLUG
B. GEAR OIL CHANGE:
●Change gear oil at first 250 miles and each
3000 miles or every six months.
●Capacity of gear oil 110c.c.
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1.How to change gear oil:
●Remove drain plug to allow the oil to flow out. When
engine is warm, it is easier to remove oil flow out.
●Re install drain plug.
●Fill with new gear oil. (110c.c.)
●Tighten up filler nut.
●Check for leaks.
INSPECTING WINDOW
NOTICE:
Riding in the following conditions will require more frequent
gear oil changes:
*Always riding in dusty conditions. (Dirt and Gravel Roads.)
*Riding for long distances.
*Riding in areas with high humidity and damp areas.
●Reassemble the seal, tank cover, and upper handle bar cover.
WARNING:
●Use only the specified brake fluid, otherwise, the rubber seal
can be distorted leading to oil leakage, and brake failure.
●Do not mix brake fluid with any other oil or fluid.
●It will cause chemical reaction and lead to brake failure.
●Do not let water penetrate the main cylinder otherwise
brake failure could occur.
●The painted surfaces and plastic parts could be damaged by the
brake fluid. In case of spills clean thoroughly and promptly.
●Constant loss of fluid should be checked by a trained professional.
C. REFILLING BRAKE OIL:
(DISK BRAKE)
●Turn the handle bars until the brake fluid level
in brake fluid storage tank becomes horizontal.
●Remove the tank cover and seal.
●Fill with brake fluid a little above the "low" mark; then replace
cover and screws.
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D. SPARK PLUG INSPECTION:
●Large gaps, thick deposits and electrode erosion will result in poor
spark plug performance.
WARNING:
●Engine is still very hot after engine stops.
Be careful not to burn yourself.
●Turn spark plug finger tight, then tighten with
spark plug wrench. *Do not over tighten.
1.Cleaning:
●The best way to clean plugs is with spark plug cleaner.
Purchase at any automotive shop.
●Use of a wire brush is okay if no cleaner is available.
Side Electrode
2.Adjustment:
●Normally electrode gap is 0.025- 0.030. (as shown.)
Center Electrode
(0.6~0.7)mm
3.Recommended spark plug:
NGK-CR7HSA
Sealing Washer
●If failing problems occur use NGK-CR6HSA.
●Do not use spark plugs not recommended or cross referenced.
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E. BATTERY AND ELECTROLYTE
INSPECTION:
INSTALL:
●Install the fuse into fuse case and fasten the cap.
●Try to pull the fuse after installation. If loose, the
fuse can overheat and breakdown.
●This series uses a sealed battery so you do not have
to inspect electrolytes.
WARNING:
NOTICE:
●Do not use any fuse larger than installed.
Doing so can cause wire melt down and fire.
●Use approved electrical parts from your Motofino distributor
or dealer.
●If cannot find out the reason, deliver the motorcycle to
distributor or service center for inspection and repair.
●Do not use high pressured water to wash around the side cover.
●Absolutely do not open the lid of battery.
●Battery may produce flammable gas. Take care of sparks or flames
when changing or performing maintenance on batteries.
●When not used for a long time, battery may selfdischarge. To prevent discharging place battery on a recharge
and store in a cool place.
If battery is stored on the motorcycle for a long period of time,
disconnect the negative terminal.
VIII. WHEN ENGINE WILL NOT START:
●Check gasoline fuel level.
●Make sure that safety switch is in the "on" position.
●Check the starting procedures.
●Kick start several times
●Check battery hook ups.
●Check that "flooding" has not occurred.
●Have a trained professional look at your scooter.
F. FUSE REPLACEMENT:
REMOVE:
●Turn off the cap of the fuse case and take out the fuse.
●If fuse connection is not good, the fuse will
overheat and breakdown.
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MOTOFINO USA, INC.
4450 NW 126th Ave. #102
Coral Springs, FL 33065
Reporting Safety Defects
If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause a wreck, injury, or death; you should immedietly inform
the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in addition to Motofino USA, Inc.
If NHTSA receives similar complaints it may open an investigation. If it finds that a safety defect exists in a group of
vehicles it may order a recall and remedy campaign. However, NHTSA can not become involved in any individual
problems between you, your dealer, or Motofino USA, Inc.
To contact NHSTA you may either call the Auto Safety Hotline toll-free at 1-800-424-9393
(366-0123 in Washington DC area) or write to:
NHSTA
U.S. Department of Transportation
400 7th Street SW, (NSA-11)
Washington, D.C. 20590
You can also obtain other information about motor vehicle safety from the Hotline.
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