Blata 2 User manual

User manual for the minibike Blata Ultima EN
ver. 01-2009/6/18
www.BLATA.com
SAFETY WARNING
Pay extra attention when performing maintenance and service of the
machine and maintain the safety warning and instructions stated below!
Before putting the minibike into operation, familiarize yourself carefully with instructions
about its proper use and maintain them in the interest of your safety and also the safety of
others. The manufacturer and distributor are not responsible for damages, or eventual injuries caused by procedures which are contrary to the manual and the safety instructions.
This vehicle is not designated for operation on public communications!
Serious injury can occur during careless manipulation with this machine. The rider
can decrease these eventual risks to a minimum by using safety equipment. The rider
must properly use the safety helmet, eye protection, protective gloves, elbow and knee
protectors and suitable footwear. Avoid uneven surfaces and obstacles. Hold the handlebars with both hands while driving. Have both feet placed on the foot pegs.
Perform the prescribed inspection of the vehicle before each ride, see “Regular maintenance”. The nonperforming of the prescribed regular inspections and maintenance
increases the risk of an accident and damage to the vehicle.
The fuel and its fumes are highly toxic and flammable. Careless manipulation with the
fuel can result in burns or poisoning. Therefore:
- while filling up the fuel always turn the engine off and keep away from open flame
and sparks; don‘t smoke
- only fill up the fuel while outside or in proper ventilated areas
- immediately wipe off spilled fuel
- make sure that children and animals are kept at a safe distance
Do not overestimate your capabilities or the capabilities of the machine while riding. Adjust the riding to the
conditions on the riding track. In this way you will avoid unnecessary injuries and damage to the machine.
Serious injury can occur while performing maintenance, with the engine running, by
the hands or parts of the clothing being caught into the moving parts. Always turn the
engine off and let it cool down before performing inspections or maintenance.
It is necessary to let the hot parts of the engine and exhaust cool down before performing any manipulation in that area, such as for example the replacement or cleaning
of the spark plug, the lubricating or tightening of the chain.
The incorrect adjustment of the chain and the use of a chain that is in a bad technical state increases the
risk of an accident, therefore perform an inspection and an adjustment of the chain before every ride.
Neglect of inspection and maintenance increases the risk of an accident during riding.
Before every ride inspect the brake cable / lines and the effectiveness of the brake.
The bad condition of the brake pads can be a cause of decreased effectiveness of the
brake and can therefore be a cause of an accident during riding. Therefore inspect and
replace the brake pads according to the instructions of this manual.
The use of worn and incorrectly inflated tires, or tires that are of incorrect size, decreases stability and can cause an accident.
Brake fluid causes damage to skin and eyes. When working with the brake fluid always
use protective gloves and protect the eyes by using safety glasses.
PACKAGE CONTENT
The complete delivery of the minibike Blata Ultima is composed of:
- Transport packing - carton box
- Minibike
- User manual
- Stand
- Document of payment
- The packing can optionally contain further additional or spare parts which were
ordered together with the minibike
During unpacking it is necessary to follow the instructions stated in the chapter Preparation of the minibike for operation. Immediately report to the transport company
any visible damage to the delivery. Check the package content with the order and
immediately report any defects to the seller, eventually to the manufacture. That is not
possible to acknowledge a claim made later.
GENERAL WARNING
- The manufacturer is presenting the user manual with the purpose of providing the user
with all the necessary information and instructions for the effective use of the machine.
- The user manual was elaborated by the manufacturer and makes up an inseparable
part of the machine‘s accessories. The information contained in the user manual is
designated for qualified workers.
- The use of this manual is in the full responsibility of the user. It is necessary to
consider all the operations, which are not described here, as being forbidden. The
service worker performing such operations will carry all the responsibility for the
results of his actions. It is necessary for the user manual to be stored for possible
future references.
- The actual version of the manual, corresponding to your minibike, is identified on
the front page of the manual.
- The responsibility of the user (operator) and the service personnel is to properly
familiarize themselves with this manual before they begin using the equipment.
This will eliminate mistakes which could occur during its installing and also during
its use. Therefore do not attempt to bring the equipment into operation prior to
properly studying this manual.
- The manual contains everything that is necessary to know for the correct setting
up and operation of the machine. You will prevent losses and will be satisfied
with the functionality of the machine and its long service life if you maintain all the
instructions in the manual.
- The manual also contains important information about work safety, assembly,
operation and maintenance and it is necessary to consider it as a part of the equip ment. The failure-free and safe work with the equipment and its service life signifi cantly depends on its correct and thorough maintenance.
- The operator of the equipment must be familiarized with its functions and controls
and must be instructed about safety.
- Follow the safety instructions during work in order to avoid the danger of the
injury of yours or persons nearby.
- The manufacturer is not responsible for the damages caused by procedures
which are contrary to this manual and safety instructions.
- Please read this user manual carefully before transporting the machine, putting it
into operation, using it, performing maintenance or performing any other inter vention. Make sure that it is stored near the machine so it is constantly available.
- Do not, under any circumstances, use the machine in any other way than is descri bed in this manual. The manufacturer does not take over any responsibility for da mages caused to property or the health of persons, which are the result of not fol lowing the safety regulations.
- Use all the necessary protective means such as clothing, protective gloves and
safety glasses.
- Do not allow unauthorized persons to perform repairs, maintenance or other activi ties of any type on the machine.
- Transportation and activities related with the installing and assembly should be
performed only by persons which have the necessary technical competence.
- All works on the electrical system should only be performed by competent persons.
- Always first turn off the engine and shut off the fuel supply during any type
of a malfunction, cleaning etc.
- It is necessary to bring attention to the danger resulting from certain types of
clothing, such as sleeves which can be caught into objects that may cause injury
to the operator, if they are wearing it during work. Due to this reason it is desirable
for the operator of the machine to not use dangerous objects such as, for example:
rings, a watch, bracelets, clothing with wide sleeves, loose belts, ties and generally
any clothing which can loosely hang and which can be caught by the movable parts
of the machine. Persons with long hair must have it tied up, eventually hidden under
the helmet.
FORBIDDEN USE
The following activities are not allowed:
- The use of the machine without the protective elements or the removal of these
protective elements.
- The use of the machine without safety equipment, as it is described in the safety
warnings.
- It is forbidden to perform any modifications to the machine.
- Other use than that which is described in the user manual.
- Allowing children and other unauthorized persons access to the machine.
- Using any other spare parts than original spare parts.
- Rough handling of the machine, mainly its overloading, dangerous riding, riding on
an unsuitable surface etc.
- Endangering other persons and animals during riding.
- Using the machine when it is damaged or improperly set up.
- Using the machine when under the influence of alcohol or other narcotic and
psychotropic substances.
- Using the machine by injured, physically or psychologically incompetent persons.
All damages to health and property, which are the result of incorrect use of the machine, will be the sole responsibility of the user.
CONTENT
Introduction
Technical data
Preparation of the minibike for operation
Safety warning
Before starting
Important warning
Starting
Riding
Regular maintenance
Maintenance and adjustment of the chain
Bleeding the hydraulic brakes
Replacement of the brake pads of the hydraulic brakes
Adjustment of the mechanical brakes
Replacement of the front brake pads of the mechanical brakes
Replacement of the rear brake pads of the mechanical brakes
Removal and mounting of the front wheel
Removal and mounting of the rear wheel
Replacement of the pinion
Change of the geometry of the chassis
- change of the steering angle
- change of the seat height
- change of the foot pegs position
Replacement of the centrifugal clutch levers
Replacement of the tire
Removal and mounting of the air filter
Adjustment of the centrifugal clutch
Maintenance of the cooling system
Tightening torques
Composite materials
Noise
Declaration about noise
Putting out of operation
Storage
Repeat putting into operation
Permanent putting out of operation
Technical service
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CONTENT - SPARE PARTS
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Hydraulic brakes
Hose
Hydraulic brake lever
Hydraulic brake caliper
Mechanical front brake
Mechanical rear brake
Mechanical brakes holder
Engine - complete
Engine R40, RM9, RM14
Engine W40
Engine W50
Rotor
Starter case complete
Clutch case complete
Clutch kit - complete
Diaphragm - complete
Head blast W50 complete
Exhaust R40 (RM9, RM14)
Front fork
Front wheel
Rear wheel
Frame
Tank - complete
Radiator
Exhaust - complete W40
Exhaust - complete W50
Exhaust silencer
Cowling
Cowling table
Identification information
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INTRODUCTION
The Minibike - Ultima is designated for driving on enclosed tracks on flat and dust free surfaces. Adults and also children can ride on it. Children can only ride on it under the supervision of a responsible adult. With its construction and equipment the minibike is designated
mainly for races on special tracks. The minibikes Blata are not designated to be used during
winter and under worsened climatic conditions. When the minibikes Blata are used during
winter and during worsened climatic conditions there occurs an increase of the mechanical
wear and tear of most of the product’s parts and corrosion of these parts, especially of the
groups that are exposed to the direct acting of the external effects. Besides this, the driver
exposes themselves to the danger of injury or permanent damage to health, especially while riding under worsened climatic conditions and mainly during winter.
The minibike is equipped with a single cylinder two-stroke gasoline engine, which is fitted
with an air filter and an exhaust with a damper. The transfer of the driving torque from the
motor to the driven rear wheel is done by a chain drive, whose ratio can be modified in
small limits by the replacement of the sprocket wheels. Both of the minibike’s wheels are
fitted with disc brakes. The rear brake is controlled by a lever on the left side and the front
brake is controlled by a lever on the right side of the handlebars.
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TECHNICAL DATA
engine (Blata 2T)
RM9
RM14
R40
W40
W50
air
air
air
water
water
displacement (cm3)
39,8
39,8
39,8
39,8
49,7
power (kW)
3,3
5,9
7,5
10,7
12
torque (Nm)
3,5
4,8
7,2
8,6
10,7
DELL´ORTO PHVA 14
DELL´ORTO PHVA 14
DELL´ORTO PHVA 14
DELL´ORTO PHVB 19
DELL´ORTO PHVB 19
ignition
contactless
contactless
contactless
contactless
contactless
starting
manual
manual
manual
manual
manual
automatic centrifugal
automatic centrifugal
automatic centrifugal
automatic centrifugal
automatic centrifugal
cooling
carburetor
clutch
frame
steel tube frame, rear fork is made of dural (*), under seat frame is made of dural (*), front fork is steel or dural-composite
front brake
disk, hydraulic or mechanical
rear brake
disk, hydraulic or mechanical
front wheel
dural 2,1´´ x 6,5´´ - 99
rear wheel
dural 2,3´´ x 6,5´´ - 130
front tire
90 / 65 - 6,5´´
rear tire
110 / 50 - 6,5´´ or 90 / 65 - 6,5´´
fuel
fuel tank volume
weight
carrying capacity
dimensions L x W x H (mm)
33 : 1 (gasoline 95 - 98 octane: 2T synthetic oil)
1,4 litres
18 - 20 kg (in relation to equipment)
max 100 kg
MINI 915 x 550 x 525, MIDI 995 x 550 x 550
* optional with composite elements
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PREPARATION OF THE MINIBIKE FOR OPERATION
The Minibike is delivered packaged in a carton box with folded handlebars and brake
levers. After unpacking, set the handlebars to the functioning position which suits
you best. When turning all the way the brake levers must not come into contact with
the fairing. After setting it up tighten the screws of the handle bar clamps (1), the brake lever screws (2) and the throttle handle screws (3) see fig. 1. Verify the smooth and
free movement of the throttle control cable and both of the brake hoses / cables.
Check that the cooling system is filled with fluid - in the leveling reservoir (7) the fluid
must be up to 1 volume. In case of filling up the fluid, perform the air venting (procedure according to chap. MAINTENANCE OF THE COOLING SYSTEM). Fill the tank
with fuel.
fig. 1
6
2
3
5
8
4
Control elements:
1. Handle bar clamp screws
2. Brake lever screws
3. Throttle handle screws
4. Stop switch
5. Front brake lever
6. Rear brake lever
7. reservoir - cooling fluid
8. Fuel tank lid
IMPORTANT WARNING
Turn the engine off immediately if the level of the cooling fluid in the leveling reservoir
increases during operation! Check the drive of the cooling pump and the cooling system
for leaks. After this inspection perform an air venting. The increased level of the cooling
fluid is a sign of an overheated motor and the piston can get seized in the cylinder.
STARTING
Perform the starting only up on the stand - see fig. 2. Fill the minibike tank with fuel
and close it by screwing on the cap. Open the fuel supply valve. Move the choke lever
from the position “A” to the position “B” fig. 3 and pull the starting cord twice without
turning the throttle handle. You will start up the engine with the next quick pull. After
the engine has been running for a while, move the choke lever back to the position
“A”. Leave the motorbike on the stand with the engine running and if it is necessary
then adjust the engine revolutions to a level where the clutch does not drive the rear
wheel. Perform the adjustment by the screw (3) on the carburetor fig. 3.
fig. 2
fig. 3
1
2
B
A
7
3
1
4
SAFETY WARNING
This vehicle does not totally conform to the regulation of the MD (Ministry of Transportation) no. 341/2002 Coll. and it is not permitted for operation on public communications. Careless operation of this machine can result in serious injuries. The rider
can decrease these eventual risks to a minimum by wearing safety equipment. The
safety helmet must be properly worn (covering the ears - mainly for children), eye
protection, protective gloves, elbow and knee protectors and suitable footwear. Do
not use this vehicle on an icy or oily surface. Avoid uneven surfaces and obstacles.
Always hold the handlebars with both hands.
BEFORE STARTING
For the service life of the engine and for its power it is necessary for the minibike to
be properly run in. The motorbike is considered as being run in after the consumption
of a volume of five full fuel tanks. For running in use the gasoline 95 - 98 octane with
synthetic oil for two-stroke motors (2T) in a ratio of 30 : 1, after the run in use a ratio of
33 : 1. Thoroughly mix the mixture of fuel and oil before pouring it into the tank! During the run in period do not spin the motor to the maximum revolutions and do not let
the motor overheat. Check the tire air pressure - 200 kPa (2 bars), which can be modified according to the weight of the rider. The pressure in one tire must not exceed 250
kPa (2.5 bars) on the front and also the rear wheel.
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A - Choke lever position for riding
B - Choke lever position for cold starts
Carburetor (applies to carburetor
PHVA 14, PHVB 19):
1. Air filter
2. Body of the carburetor
3. Adjustment screw for idle running
4. Float chamber
RIDING
After sitting on the minibike and turning the throttle handle we start to ride. Before
braking decrease the fuel using the rotary handle and using the left-hand first lightly
squeeze the rear wheel brake lever and then use the right hand to squeeze the front
brake lever. During this pay attention so that the wheels do not go into a slide. The
minibike engine is turned off by pressing the red button of the switch on the handlebars. AFTER THE FIRST RIDE IT IS NECESSARY TO INSPECT THE TIGHTNESS OF
THE BOLTS AND NUTS, ESPECIALLY OF THE ENGINE AND THE CHASSIS PARTS.
Re-inspect the effectiveness and the adjustment to the breaks.
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REGULAR MAINTENANCE
Regular performing of maintenance is one of the best methods of contributing to the
prolonging of the service life of the machine, ride safety and the lowering of expenses.
A - Before each ride:
- Inspect the cables / hoses and the effectiveness of the breaks.
- Inspect the lubrication and the adjustment of the chain drive. The chain should
have a slack of 5 mm.
- Always clean the minibike and maintain it in a clean state after every use.
Do not use aggressive cleaning products.
- After 1 hour of riding always wash the air filter in gasoline and smear oil on to it for
air filters. The same applies after every ride in the rain.
- After 1 hour of riding clean the clutch with compressed air and perform an inspe ction of the adjustment of the clutch levers.
- Inspect the condition of the brake pads. The lining thickness cannot be less than 1 mm.
Perform the basic adjustment of the brakes.
- Inspect the cooling system for leaks and the amount of the cooling liquid in the
leveling reservoir - must be 1/2 the volume of the reservoir.
- Inspect the condition of the clutch lining - its thickness cannot be less than 1 mm!
Perform an adjustment of the clutch levers.
- Make a visual inspection of the entire minibike. Replace all the damaged parts
(worn, deformed) with new ones.
- Inspect the tires’ air pressure.
- Inspect the tightness of all the bolts and nuts - see the tightening torques table.
B - Always following 5 hours of operation:
- Thoroughly clean the float chamber of the carburetor.
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MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE CHAIN
Loosen the rear wheel axle and the check nuts of the adjustment bolts. Adjust the
recommended slack of the chain to 5mm, by even tightening / loosening of the adjustment bolts on both sides. Tighten the wheel axle. Tighten the check nuts of the
adjustment bolts against the movable blocks. It is suitable to measure the given measurement (x) using a slide gauge (it must be the same on both sides of the fork).
The chain must be regularly lubricated which increases its service life and decreases
the operational noise. The chain must be lubricated every time after riding on a wet
road. We recommend to lubricate it with a special oil in a spray. If it is necessary to
replace the chain then also inspect both of the sprocket-wheels. If they are worn then
they must be replaced with the chain at the same time.
fig. 4
rear wheel shaft
adjustment bolt
5 mm
movable block
check nuts
x
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BLEEDING THE HYDRAULIC BRAKES
important warning:
- The brakes are one of the most important components of your minibike. We recom mend to leave the maintenance and the adjustment of the hydraulic brakes up to a
qualified mechanic.
- Follow the safety warning.
- Use only the brake fluid DOT4.
- When working with the brake fluid make sure to prevent it coming into contact with
other parts of the brakes and other parts of the minibike. Primarily protect the brake
pads and the brake discs.
For bleeding the hydraulic brakes we recommend to use the Bleeding set (or. no.
262.900.00). The procedure is the same for the front and the rear brake. Remove the
hydraulic brake from the minibike. In to the caliper, between the brake pads, we insert
the brake disc or a metal plate of the same thickness. Place the brake into the position
as illustrated in the picture no. 5 - flow-through bolts at the caliper and also the lever
are pointing upwards, the brake lever is higher than the caliper.
Brake fluid may escape in the area around the flow-through bolts. We recommend
wrapping the flow-through bolts with an absorbing material before performing the
bleeding. Remove the bleeder plugs (wrench TX10) from the flow-through bolts on the
caliper and the lever and remove the bleeder plug O-ring seals. Place the hoses with
the reduction for the M5 thread on to the sprayers from the bleeding set. Fill one sprayer with brake fluid – approx. 20 ml. Screw this sprayer into the flow-through bolt on
the brake caliper. Leave the second sprayer empty and screw it into the flow-through
bolt in the lever. With gentle pressure, start to push the brake fluid from the full sprayer to the empty one. The pushing through of the entire volume of 20 ml should take
at least 20 seconds. Do not push out the full sprayer completely, but stop the pushing
through at least 5 mm before reaching the bottom. Too quick of a pushing through
of the fluid may cause damage to the parts inside the brake. After pushing through
the entire volume, first unscrew the sprayer on the side of the lever and screw in the
bleeder plug with the O-ring. Then unscrew the sprayer on the side of the caliper and
screw in the bleeder plug with the O-ring. Clean any spilled brake fluid off of the brakes and mount them back on the minibike. Verify the proper function of the brakes
before riding.
fig. 5
bleeding set
262.900.00
0 ml
min. 20 seconds
bleeder plug
O-ring seal
bleeder plugs
bleeding set
262.900.00
flow-through bolt
20 ml
bleeder plug
flow-through bolt
lever
O-ring seal
bleeder plugs
compensation for the disc
hose
caliper
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REPLACEMENT OF THE BRAKE PADS OF THE HYDRAULIC BRAKES
Loosen the lock ring of the bolt of the brake pads. Unscrew the bolt of the brake pads.
Remove the worn pads from the caliper together with the metal spring of the brake
pads. Place the metal spring between the pair of new pads and place the set into the
caliper. The tongues on the brake pads must fit into the shape in the brake caliper.
Screw in the bolt for the brake pads (must pass through the openings in the brake
pads) and secure it with the lock ring.
fig. 6
fig. 7
rear brake
front brake
REPLACEMENT OF THE FRONT BRAKE PADS
OF THE MECHANICAL BRAKES, fig. 27
First screw in the adjustment mechanism of the right brake lever (122.002.00) to the
initial position on the handlebars. Loosen the nut (332.020.00) and unscrew the adjustment bolt (916.065.02) so that during the squeezing of the front brake lever the
cam lever (312.017.00) is above the head of the bolt M5 (312.018.00), which secures
the brake pads and the pads spring (312.020.00). Unscrew this bolt and replace the
worn brake pads with new ones. During assembly, carefully place the pads spring, so
that both of the pads are pushed in the direction towards the front stop. During the
replacement of the pads do not loosen the bolts M5 (914.001.01) on the guide pins and
do not loosen the cable catch!
REPLACEMENT OF THE REAR BRAKE PADS
OF THE MECHANICAL BRAKES, fig. 28
bolt for the
brake pads
metal spring
for brake pads
First screw in the adjustment mechanism of the left brake lever (122.001.00) to the initial position on the handlebars. Loosen the nut (332.020.00) and unscrew the adjustment bolt (916.065.02) all the way to the end. Unscrew the nut M10 (920.011.01) of the
rear axle, slide it out and remove the rear wheel from the fork. Slide the brake off of the
guide pins, which releases the brake pads, and replace them with new ones. During
the replacement of the pads do not loosen the bolts M5 (914.001.01) on the guide pins
and do not loosen the cable catch! During assembly proceed in the reverse manner
and then perform the adjustment and the basic adjustment of the brake.
bolt for the brake pads
ADJUSTMENT OF THE MECHANICAL BRAKES
General adjustment:
The general adjustment of the mechanical brakes is performed by the adjustment
mechanism of the brake levers on the handlebars.
Basic adjustment of the mechanical brakes:
Put the adjustment mechanism on the brake lever to the initial position. Loosen the
nut (1) and screw in the adjustment bolt (2) so that the wheel does not turn. Return the
bolt (2) back by 1/4 to 1/2 a turn and tighten the locking nut (1). Do not use the cable
catch (3) for adjusting the brakes!
fig. 8
3
1
2
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REMOVAL AND MOUNTING OF THE FRONT WHEEL
Unscrew the nut of the front wheel axle and slide the axle out. Remove the wheel
carefully from the fork in the downward and forward direction. During assembly it is
necessary to pay attention to the correct placement of the spacers between the wheel
and the end piece of the front fork. The length of the spacer is different for the right
and the left side.
fig. 9
front wheel
left spacer
REMOVAL AND MOUNTING OF THE REAR WHEEL
Loosen the nut of the rear wheel axle. Loosen the check nuts and the adjustment bolts
on the movable blocks. Move the wheel forward in the rear fork end piece and remove the
chain off of the sprocket. Slide out the rear wheel axle and carefully remove the rear brake
caliper from the disc. When mounting the rear wheel back it is necessary to pay attention
to the correct placement of the spacers. The spacers are different for the right and the left
side. Place the rear brake caliper holder on to the right spacer and continue in the reverse
procedure. After the mounting of the rear wheel perform an adjustment of the chain.
fig. 10
right spacer
rear brake
caliper holder
axle nut of
front wheel
axle of front wheel
rear wheel
axle nut
rear wheel shaft
movable block
movable block
left spacer
right spacer
rear wheel
REPLACEMENT OF THE PINION
First remove the bearing housing on the left side of the motor. Loosen the nut of the
rear wheel axle and the chain tensioner bolts and take the chain off of the pinion. Carefully slide a steel rod or a screwdriver into the opening of the clutch drum fig. 11, so
that the clutch drum is prevented from turning during the loosening of the pinion. Use
a special wrench (319.050.00) to loosen the pinion by turning counterclockwise. The
assembly of the new pinion is performed in the reverse procedure.
fig. 11
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CHANGE OF THE GEOMETRY OF THE CHASSIS
The BLATA SET-UP SYSTEM includes three areas of the minibike, in which it is possible to significantly change the geometry of the chassis. This is the change of the
steering angle using exchangable steering plates, the change of the seat height using
adjustable rear fork supports and the change of the foot rests’ position.
Suitable adjustment of the geometry of the chassis, according to the demands of the
rider and the track characteristics, significantly improves the control of the minibike
and moves the limits of possibilities during the ride. Following any modification to the
geometry of the chassis pay extra attention during the first ride, because the minibike
will act in a different manner than what you‘re used to.
fig. 12
Carefully tap in the required steering plate into one end of the steering neck. Insert the
spacer tube and tap in the second plate from the other side of the steering neck. Pay
attention to the proper positioning of the plates, as it is described above. Place the
front fork set onto the steering neck. Insert spacers between the upper holder of the
fork and the upper plate and between the lower holder of the fork and the lower plate.
Draw the set together with the steering axle and tighten the bolts in the clamps on the
steering neck. Attach the steering shock absorber to the bottom holder of the fork.
fig. 13
steering plate
steering neck
clamp
steering axle
spacer
upper holder
set
front fork
steering shock
absorber bolt
Change of the steering angle
The change is possible by exchangable steering plates, which enable to change the
steering angle by values of ±2° to ±4°.
Perform the replacement of the plates in the following manner with the cowling removed.
Remove the steering shock absorber bolt on the bottom holder of the front fork. Loosen the
steering axle nut under the bottom fork holder. Slide out the steering axle. Remove the entire loosened front fork set from the steering neck in the forward direction (we recommend
to have another person assisting, which will be holding this set during the course of the
next steps). Loosen the bolts in the clamps on the steering neck. Slide a rod with a diameter of 6 mm through the steering neck and carefully knock out one plate with the bearing.
Remove the spacer tube and knock out the second plate from the other side.
spacer
steering neck
bottom holder
of the fork
steering
axle nut
important warning:
- Always mount the steering plates on to the minibike in a pair with the same
angle difference (same color).
- Always position the steering plates so that the groove in the steering plate
lies on the groove in the steering neck on the frame fig. 14.
- The plates in the steering neck must always be positioned against each other (for
example the top plate with bearing in front, the bottom plate with bearing in
the rear) fig. 15.
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The adjustment is performed by the replacement of the spacer rollers of various lengths on the disassembled supports of the rear fork. We follow the following procedure
during the replacement. Remove both the supports of the rear fork from the minibike.
Totally unscrew the securing bolts from the supports. Replace the spacer rollers with
others (just by sliding on). Always use the same length rollers (marked by groups) on
both of the supports. Place the assembled support with the seating areas of the end
pieces on to a flat pad, screw in and tighten the securing bolt. Loosen the main bolts
on both sides in the front part of the rear fork. Mount the supports onto the minibike
and tighten the main bolts on the rear fork.
fig. 14
proper setting of the steering plate
in the steering neck
the groove in the plate
lies on the groove in the neck
seating areas of the end pieces – parallel!
fig. 17
fig. 15
example of the correct positioning of
the steering plates against each other
spacer roller of various lengths
securing bolt
upper plate - bearing in the front (in the rear)
spacer tube
flat pad
Change of the foot rests position
lower plate - bearing in the rear (in the front)
It is possible to achieve sixteen various positions of the foot rests, using the combination of 4 holes in the foot rest holders, the rotary cam and two holes in the front end
piece of the rear fork. The suitable angle of the foot rest can be adjusted by turning the
foot rest in the spline, through which it is attached to the foot rest holder.
Change of the seat height
The change is possible using the adjustable supports of the rear fork, which enable to
change the height of the seat in the range of approx. 3.5 cm.
fig. 18
rotary cam
2 holes in the front end
piece rear fork
fig. 16
4 holes in the
foot rest holders
adjustable supports of the rear fork
foot rest holder
foot rest
spline
main bolt of the rear fork
17
important warning regarding the change of the geometry of the chassis:
With regards to the fact that the change of the geometry of the chassis results in the
change of the spatial arrangement of a significant amount of parts, always check, following the performing of the change of the geometry of the chassis, whether any collision is occurring between the parts (radiator X front wheel , cowling X brake lever, intake
filter X rear wheel, cowling X front wheel, steering shock absorber X radiator etc.)
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REPLACEMENT OF THE CENTRIFUGAL CLUTCH LEVERS
Loosen the chain, remove the bearing housing and take the chain off the pinion. Unscrew the 3 bolts holding the clutch housing together with the clutch basket and remove
the clutch housing. Loosen the nut of the catch driver by placing a pipe between the
engine block and the catch driver and then loosen the nut. Use the puller puller MP-1
(159.019.00) to remove the clutch set from the motor fig. 19. Unscrew the adjustment
bolts of the springs and remove the lock rings from the pegs. Then replace the clutch
levers with new ones. We recommend to also replace the springs. During assembly,
first place on the spring with the cup onto the lever and mount them together so that the
spring cup is pushed against the catch driver and place the lever onto the peg. Secure
it by the lock ring and mount the adjustment bolts. Perform the basic adjustment according to chap. ADJUSTMENT OF THE CENTRIFUGAL CLUTCH page 18.
fig. 19
REPLACEMENT OF THE TIRE
First remove the wheel from the minibike. For the front wheel unscrew the brake disc,
and for the rear wheel unscrew the brake disc and the sprocket-wheel. Release the
air from the tires, preferably by unscrewing the valve out. Place the wheel on a solid
pad and push the tire bead from the edge of the rim towards the middle of the rim’s
span area. Use one assembly lever to slip the tire bead, at the valve, across the edge
of the rim and hold it there. Insert another assembly lever right beside and slip over
the remaining part of the tire across the edge of the rim.
Place the second tire bead into the middle of the rim’s span areas and slip it across
the edge of the rim without using assembly levers. Perform the mounting in the reverse procedure. The assembling of the tire onto the rim is always started on the opposite side of the valve. Perform the air inflating of the tire according to the weight of the
rider, with a maximum of 250 kPa (2.5 bars) and mount the wheel into the minibike.
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REMOVAL AND MOUNTING OF THE AIR FILTER
During the removal of the filter, first loosen the screws of the strap, which is securing
the rubber extension of the filter on the carburetor. This will release the filter, which is
then removed and carefully washed in gasoline and smeared with oil for air filters and
is mounted using reverse procedure.
ADJUSTMENT OF THE CENTRIFUGAL CLUTCH
After the first hour of riding perform the inspection of the adjustment of the clutch
jaws. The clutch should engage at 8000 - 8 500 RPM according to the weight of the
rider. Adjust it to the higher prescribed revolutions when the rider is of the heavier
weight.
basic adjustment:
The basis for the adjustment is the length of the spring, which is measured from the
seating area on the clutch lever to the spring cup fig. 20. For a new clutch (following
the replacement of the clutch lining) and with a clutch drum with an inside diameter
of 80 mm, set this length to 21.00 mm. During this setting the clutch starts to grab at
8000 RPM. The grabbing RPM increase as a result of the operational wear of the clutch
lining and the drum. Therefore continually inspect the grabbing RPM (inspection after
every ride) and loosen or possibly tighten the adjustment bolts, in order to maintain
the grabbing RPM at a value of 7000 - 9000 RPM. The tightening of the adjustment
bolts increases the grabbing RPM and loosening them decreases the grabbing RPM.
The grabbing RPM can differ in relation to the power of the motor, the weight of the
rider and the character of the track. In no case may the clutch continue to further slip
after gripping (during higher RPM than the gripping RPM). This would result in a quick
wearing of the clutch lining and possibly also in irreversible damage to the entire
clutch. Pay attention to always set all the springs evenly, to prevent uneven wear of
the clutch lining. Every time following the replacement of the clutch levers there must
be performed the basic adjustment of the clutch springs to the measurement of 21.00
mm and 8000 RPM. For the setting of the gripping RPM of the centrifugal clutch, we
recommend to use an RPM gauge connected to the high voltage spark plug cable.
fig. 20
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MAINTENANCE OF THE COOLING SYSTEM
1. Filling up with fluid:
Remove the top cowling. Place the minibike so that the front wheel is 30 cm higher
than the rear wheel, see fig. 21. Remove the cap from the leveling reservoir and
loosen the bleeding bolt M5 by 6 turns, which is located in the upper left part of the
radiator.Slowly pour the cooling liquid into the leveling reservoir. The cooling fluid
volume in the system is 0.5 l. Close the reservoir and the bleeding bolts. Place the
minibike onto the stand and start it up, leave it running for about 1 minute. Then
again place a support under the front wheel and use the bleeding screw to perform
the additional bleeding. Hereby the minibike is prepared for operation.
2. Checking the cooling:
Check the amount of the fluid in the leveling reservoir before every ride! After 10
hours of operation, remove the starting cover and check the condition of the cog
belt which drives the cooling fluid pump.
Important warning: turn off the engine immediately if the cooling fluid level rises in
the leveling reservoir during operation! Check the drive of the cooling pump and the
cooling system for leaks. After this inspection perform an air venting. The increased
level of the cooling fluid is a sign of an overheated motor and the piston can get
seized in the cylinder!
3. Draining the fluid:
Drain the fluid by removing the hose on the bottom part of the engine. Unscrew the
cap of the leveling reservoir during the draining. Drain the fluid into a container that
is prepared ahead of time and ensure the ecological liquidation of the fluid.
TIGHTENING TORQUES
use - MOTOR
pc
tightening torque (Nm)
Cylinder head, water – M6
6
10
Cylinder bolt – M6
4
9,5
Intake flange – M5
4
5
Starter housing – M6
3
10,5
Ratchet bolt – M6
1
9
Rotor nut – M10
1
25
Starter levers’ bolts – M5
2
5,5
Coil bolts – M5
2
5,5
Coil holder bolt – M6
1
8
Engine block bolts – M6
5
12
Clutch catch driver nut – M8
1
22
Clutch housing bolts – M6
3
10,5
Bearing housing bolts – M6
2
10,5
Pump axle nut – M6
1
8
self-locking
Membranes bolts – M3
4
0,8
thread glue
Float chamber bolts – M4
2
2
Slider cover bolts – M4
2
2
Fuel strainer cover bolt – M5
1
2,5
Pinion – M8
1
22
used - FRAME
fig. 21
21
thread glue
thread glue
thread glue
thread glue
pc
tightening torque (Nm)
Axle nut for front wheel – M10
1
35
Brake disc front – M5
3
15
Front brake holder – M6
2
12,5
thread glue
Steering axle – M10
1
20
self-locking
2+2
9,5
Handlebar clamp – M6 + M5
30 cm
securing
securing
self-locking
Fork holders – M5
4
9
Engine holders, head – M8
1
18,5
self-locking
Engine holders, bottom – M8
1
22
self-locking
Axle nut for rear wheel – M10
1
35
self-locking
Brake disc, rear – M5
3
15
Sprocket-wheel – M5
3
15
Cover for sprocket-wheel – M5
2
10
Exhaust bolt nuts – M20
2
1,5
Bolt – M3
2
2,5 ?
Bolts of the fairing, seat
9
6
Clamps for the handlebar levers – M6
2
7,5
Brake levers in a clamp – M5
2
3,5
Throttle handle clamp – M5
2
5
Throttle handle cap – M4
2
2
Reservoir holder – M6
1
6
Front fender – M5
4
5,5
Rear forks – M8
2
22
self-locking
Under-seat frame – M8
2
15
self-locking
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COMPOSITE MATERIALS
The company Blata is the first among minibike manufacturers to bring modern composite materials. The Minibike Ultima uses carbon not only as a fashion supplement,
but as a fully functional material, which exceeds the characteristics of classic metal
materials. Composite materials bring not only an uncompromising lowering of weight,
but also radical rigidity and excellent damping characteristics. You will immediately
recognize the positive difference in the riding characteristics during the first ride on
a minibike which is fitted with such components. The carbon front fork, the supports
for the under-seat frame and the supports for the rear forks are manufactured using
the unique patented technology of axial fiber winding.
fig. 22
NOISE
The operational conditions during measuring are contained in the Report about noise
measuring which is stored at the manufacturer.
Measuring is performed according to the regulation: UEM RR011 (version 2009)
Related articles of regulation:
N 86.07.07
N 86.07.07.1
N 86.07.07.2
N 86.07.07.3
W50
Noise during revolutions of 8000 min-1 . . . . . . . . . . 94,075 dB (A)
Noise during revolutions of 9000 min-1 . . . . . . . . . . 94,9 dB (A)
W40
Noise during revolutions of 8000 min-1 . . . . . . . . . . 92,625 dB (A)
Noise during revolutions of 9000 min-1 . . . . . . . . . . 94,45 dB (A)
The prescribed noise limit according to UEM RR011 is 95 dB (A) in the range of the motor’s revolutions of (8000 to 9000 min-1). The prescribed noise limit was not exceeded.
DECLARATION ABOUT NOISE
The Minibike Ultima is also fitted with other composite components. The cap for the starting
and the foot pegs are made from thermoplastic polyamide, which is reinforced
by ultra long glass fibers.
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The stated values are emission levels and may not resemble safe working levels.
Even though there does exist a correlation between the emission levels and exposure
levels, these values cannot be used to reliably determine whether further measures
are necessary or not. The factors which affect the actual levels of exposure to workers
include the characteristics of the working area, other sources of noise etc., for example the number of machines and other neighboring processes. The highest allowable
level of exposure can also be different in individual countries. This information is to
serve the user of the machine to better evaluate the danger and risk.
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PUTTING OUT OF OPERATION
During a longer putting out of operation it is recommended to drain all the fuel from
the tank and the carburetor. Fill up the tires to operational pressure and place the
minibike on to the stand.
Furthermore, during a longer putting out of operation, unscrew the spark plug and
drip several drops of engine oil into the cylinder. Then pull the starting cord several
times, to form an oil film over the entire cylinder.
STORAGE
Do not leave the machine exposed to climate effects and if you intend to store it for a
long period of time then ensure the preserving of all parts, which may be susceptible
to oxidation. The storage must take place in a dry environment, where the temperature moves in the range of 0° to 50°C. Storage temperature -10°C to 60 °C (-10°F to
140°F), relative humidity: 20 to 80% non-condensing.
REPEAT PUTTING INTO OPERATION
Before beginning the preparation of the machine for operation, carefully perform the
degreasing and un-preserving of all areas and parts which are protected against corrosion, using a suitable degreasing product designated for degreasing, which does
not cause a danger of an explosion, disturbance of painted surfaces and so on.
PERMANENT PUTTING OUT OF OPERATION
In the case of disassembling the machine please refer to the manufacturer which will
secure the disassembly in accordance with the valid safety regulations.
Do not drain the fluids used in the machine into the environment. First remove all
the fluids used in the machine. Remove plastic and rubber materials, such as seals,
hoses, cable covers, etc. These materials should be liquidated in accordance with the
relevant regulations for liquidation of plastics.
Remove the engine, electrical devices and cables and hand over the copper parts for
further use. It is necessary to deliver the disassembled components to the relevant
centers for recycling and liquidation of waste. The machine does not contain any materials which would require special manipulation or processing during the liquidation
of the machine.
TECHNICAL SERVICE
Contact your dealer in the case of any unclarity with this manual or with the maintenance and service of your minibike. The updated list of the dealers is stated on the
Internet pages of the manufacturer www.BLATA.com.
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26
HYDRAULIC BRAKES
fig. 23
fig. 25
HYDRAULIC BRAKE LEVER
342.220.00 - Brake lever left (hydraulic brake)
342.221.00 - Brake lever right (hydraulic brake)
front brake
342.222.00 - Brake lever universal
342.225.00 – Brake piston set
342.225.00
rear brake
342.227.00 - Set of O-ring seals:
971.044.00 - O-ring 2x1 (2 pc)
971.049.00 - O-ring 4x1 (1 pc)
971.052.01 - O-ring 6x1 (4 pc)
971.054.01 - O-ring 8x1 (1 pc)
342.222.00
fig. 26
fig. 24
HOSE
262.103.00 - Rear hydraulic brake hose L=900
262.203.00 - Front hydraulic brake hose L=450
HYDRAULIC BRAKE CALIPER
Applies to front and rear brake
342.230.00
342.226.00
27
28
fig. 27
MECHANICAL FRONT BRAKE
fig. 29
MECHANICAL BRAKES HOLDER
Front mechanical brake
holder - 262.112.00
Rear mechanical brake
holder - 262.216.00
fig. 28
29
MECHANICAL REAR BRAKE
fig. 30
ENGINE - COMPLETE
30
ENGINE R40, RM9, RM14
fig. 31
260.300.00 - Engine R40 set
260.400.00 - Engine RM9
260.500.00 - Engine RM14
31
32
ENGINE W40
fig. 32
260.200.00 - Motor W40
33
34
ENGINE W50
fig. 33
260.001.00 - Motor W50
35
36
ROTOR
fig. 34
338.002.00
fig. 35
330.018.20
STARTER CASE COMPLETE
260.085.00
37
CLUTCH CASE COMPLETE
fig. 36
CLUTCH KIT - COMPLETE
fig. 37
330.032.20
38
DIAPHRAGM COMPLETE
fig. 38
fig. 40
EXHAUST R40 (RM9, RM14)
330.058.01
260.350.00
fig. 39
HEAD BLAST W50 COMPLETE
260.080.00
39
40
FRONT FORK
fig. 41
fig. 42
FRONT WHEEL
263.050.00 - Disk front lightweight
263.053.00 - Disk front standard
335.033.02
335.033.02
fig. 43
REAR WHEEL
Chains
517.001.24 - MINI
517.001.46 - MIDI
263.051.00 - Disk rear lightweight
263.052.00 - Disk rear standard
41
42
FRAME
TANK - COMPLETE
fig. 45
269.052.00
261.570.00 - Seddle support, aluminium pair
261.571.00 - Seddle support, carbon pair
261.572.00 - Rear fork support mini alumium pair
261.573.00 - Rear fork support mini carbon pair
261.574.00 - Rear fork support midi alumium pair
261.575.00 - Rear fork support midi carbon pair
fig. 44
fig. 46
RADIATOR
319.001.01
43
foot rest right complete - 261.620.00
- 261.613.00
- 261.621.00
- 916.006.01 (2x)
- 912.051.01
foot rest left complete - 261.610.00
- 261.613.00
- 261.612.00
- 916.006.01 (2x)
- 912.051.01
radiator set - 269.100.00
- 269.101.00 (2x)
- 269.110.00 (1x)
- 261.211.00 (2x)
- 269.105.00 (1x)
- 269.106.00 (1x)
- 319.012.03 (2x)
- 269.116.00 (1x)
- 129.007.00 (2x)
- 269.120.00
- 269.121.00 (1x)
- 519.023.00 (2x)
- 920.008.01 (1x)
- 914.003.01 (1x)
set of hoses + clips - 269.050.00
- 319.012.01 (1x)
- 319.012.02 (1x)
- 319.012.03 (5x)
- 319.012.05 (1x)
- 269.103.00 (1x)
- 269.104.00 (1x)
- 269.105.00 (1x)
- 269.106.00 (1x)
- 269.107.00 (1x)
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EXHAUST - COMPLETE W40
fig. 47
EXHAUST SILENCER
fig. 49
260.701.01 Exhaust W40 set - standard
260.701.02 Exhaust W40 set - carbon cap
260.701.03 Exhaust W40 set - carbon body
4
2
3
1
ord. no.
reg. no.
name
amount
1
260.151.00
exhaust elbow 2TW50W40
1
2
260.260.00
exhaust middle part 2TW40
1
3
340.105.00
exhaust spring
4
4
260.600.xx
exhaust silencer
1
260.701.01
260.600.00
exhaust silencer
260.701.02
260.600.10
exhaust silencer carbon cap
260.701.03
260.600.20
exhaust silencer carbon body
EXHAUST SILENCER STANDARD 260.600.00
name
EXHAUST - COMPLETE W50
fig. 48
260.700.01 Exhaust W50 set - standard
260.700.02 Exhaust W50 set - carbon end piece
260.700.03 Exhaust W50 set - carbon set
reg. number
pc
perforated tube complete
206.620.00
1
springs plate
260.604.00
1
exhaust cap - front
260.601.00
1
silencer body complete
260.610.00
1
damping substance
260.602.00
1
distance sleeve
260.640.00
1
exhaust cap, standard
260.631.00
1
silencer nut
260.603.00
1
bolt M3 DIN 913
916.179.02
2
sticker www.blata.com size A
269.304.00
2
4
2
3
1
45
fig. 50
ord. no.
reg. no.
name
amount
1
260.151.00
exhaust elbow 2TW50W40
1
2
260.160.00
exhaust middle part 2TW50
1
3
340.105.00
exhaust spring
4
4
260.600.xx
exhaust silencer
1
SILENCER BODY COMPLETE, STANDARD 260.610.00
reg. number
pc
tear-off rivet 4 x 8
name
940.010.00
6
260.700.01
260.600.00
exhaust silencer
silencer body standard
260.611.00
1
260.700.02
260.600.10
exhaust silencer carbon cap
silencer silent block
260.612.00
1
260.700.03
260.600.20
exhaust silencer carbon body
46
fig. 51
47
COWLING
48
COWLING TABLE
reg. number
264.050.0B
264.050.0L
264.050.0O
264.050.0R
264.050.0W
264.051.0B
264.051.0O
264.051.0R
264.051.0W
264.060.0C
264.061.0C
264.040.01
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name
whole - cowling complete set, blue
whole - cowling complete set, black
whole - cowling complete set, orange
whole - cowling complete set, red
whole - cowling complete set, white
semi - cowling complete set, blue
semi - cowling complete set, orange
semi - cowling complete set, red
semi - cowling complete set, white
whole - cowling complete set, carbon
semi - cowling complete set, carbon
whole - cowling complete set, unpainted
reg. number
name
amount
264.300.B0
front whole - cowling complete, blue
1
264.100.B0
saddle - cowling complete, blue
1
264.001.B0
front fender glass fiber - blue
1
264.300.L0
front whole - cowling complete, black
1
264.100.L0
saddle - cowling complete, black
1
264.001.L0
front fender glass fiber, black
1
264.300.O0
front whole - cowling complete, orange
1
264.100.O0
saddle - cowling complete, orange
1
264.001.O1
front fender glass fiber, orange
1
264.300.R0
front whole - cowling complete, red
1
264.100.R0
saddle - cowling complete, red
1
264.001.R0
front fender glass fiber, red
1
264.300.W0
front whole - cowling complete, white
1
264.100.W0
saddle - cowling complete, white
1
264.001.W0
front fender glass fiber, white
1
264.200.B0
front semi - cowling, complete, blue
1
264.100.B0
saddle - cowling complete, blue
1
264.001.B0
front fender glass fiber, blue
1
264.200.O0
front semi - cowling, complete, orange
1
264.100.O0
saddle - cowling complete, orange
1
264.001.O0
front fender glass fiber, orange
1
264.200.R0
front semi - cowling, complete, red
1
264.100.R0
saddle - cowling complete, red
1
264.001.R0
front fender glass fiber, red
1
264.200.W0
front semi - cowling, complete, white
1
264.100.W0
saddle - cowling complete, white
1
264.001.W0
front fender glass fiber, white
1
264.500.00
saddle - cowling complete, carbon
1
264.700.00
front whole - cowling, complete, carbon
1
264.401.00
front fender carbon
1
264.500.00
saddle - cowling complete, carbon
1
264.600.00
front semi - cowling, complete, carbon
1
264.401.00
front fender carbon
1
264.300.*0
front whole - cowling, complete, unpainted
1
264.100.*0
saddle - cowling complete, unpainted
1
264.001.*0
front fender glass fiber, unpainted
1
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Signature of the technical inspection: ..........................................................................
This manual serves also as a CERTIFICATE OF WARRANTY. When taking over the
product please make sure that the correct serial number and date of sale are stated in
this certificate of warranty. It is necessary to present this properly filled out certificate
of warranty in the case of a claim.
G / standard adjustable
M / mechanic
N / no
C / carbon cap
S / standard
F / carbon adjustable
S / standard
Serial number: ..................................................... CZ
The providing of the warranty does not affect the rights of the purchaser, which are
bound to the purchase of the item according to special legal regulations.
Date, stamp and signature of the dealer:
L / black glass fiber
B / blue glass fiber
B / blue
E / W50
O / orange glass fiber
G / gray
D / W40
W / white glass fiber
O / orange
B / RM14
D / midi
S / semi
W / white
R / red glass fiber
S / standard
S / standard
The company BLATA reserves the right to change the technical design, text and shape of the vehicle.
C / R40
brakes
H / hydraulic
Y / yes
B / carbon body
A / RM9
N / mini
W / whole
R / red
C / natural carbon fiber
C / carbon
C / carbon
L / light-weight
steering s.
absorber
exhaust muffler
wheel disks
material / color of fairing
frame color
type of fairing
motor
size
1. Serial number – stamped on the frame head pipe
2. Manufacturing label – glued on the front fork
3. Configuration code - table
front fork
rear supports
2
1
The following identification information will help you
during service solutions and ordering spare parts.
IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION
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Thank you for the favor which you have shown to our machine BLATA ULTIMA and we
wish you many true racing experiences on the track.
the company BLATA
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news, list of dealers, current lists of spare parts,
additional equipment offers, reports from races and other
important information can be found at:
www.BLATA.cz
BLATA s.r.o.
contact to dealer
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678 01 Blansko
Czech Republic
tel.: +420 516 522 111
fax: +420 516 522 100
e-mail: recepce@blata.com
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