MotoFino MF150QT-21 Specifications

PREFACE
Thanks for purchasing a MF150QT-21. We sincerely hope you will be another happy MotoFino
customer. To enjoy safe and pleasurable driving, please familiarize yourself with the manual before
driving. Your personal safety depends not only on your vigilance and operation skills, but also relates
to whether you are familiar with the mechanical capabilities of the scooter. Before driving, checkups
and periodical maintenance are the basic requirements. If maintenance and repairs are needed, go to
a service center for help.
This manual explains the correct operation and maintenance, together with the requirements for your
long-time use. Modifications in specifications could cause discrepancies with some pictures and
content in the manual. Happy scootering and thanks again for your purchase!
Safety considerations
Driver and passenger
This motorcycle is limited to one driver and one passenger (never children
younger than 12 years old). Never exceed the Max load capacity of motorcycle.
For your safety, avoid driving the motorcycle in poor weather or cold weather.
Be aware of road conditions
Only drive on the high points and dry points of the road.
Make sure all lights are visible. Wear a helmet.
Modifications in specifications could cause discrepancy with some pictures and
content in the manual, make sure you understand fully before operation of
scooter
Please carefully read the user manual
Play close attention to the warnings printed in the user manual.
***WARNING***
Not following the operation instructions in this manual may cause injury or
even death to both you and others. Not following the instructions may cause
sever damage to the vehicle.
Regard this manual as a permanent part of the vehicle. When transferring the
vehicle to a new owner remember to transfer the manual at the same time.
Catalog
I. Notice items for safely driving
The rules for riding safely………………………1
Load………………………………………………2
II. VARIOUS PARTS NAMES AND INSTRUCTIONS
VARIOUS PARTS NAMES…………………….3
Instrument and indicator………………………5
Ignition switch…………………………………5
Fuel indicator……………………………..…...6
Riding operation………………………………15
Brake operation……………………………..…15
Turning off the engine…………………………16
Stop operation…………………………………16
VI. MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
Maintenance periodic table……………………18
Troubleshooting guide…………………………20
Cleaning the air filter………………………..…22
Maintenance battery……………………………22
Idle speed adjust………………………..………23
Changing oil and cleaning the strainer……..…24
Changing the gear oil………………………..…25
Spark plug………………………………………26
Fuse replacement………………………………26
V. Storage of the vehicle……………………………27
Vehicle……………………………………….…28
Tool set…………………………………………28
Main technique Parameter……………………29
Circuit diagram…………………………..……31
Emergency cut-off Switch……….…………..…6
Starting switch…………………………………6
Floodlight switch………………………………6
Front head switch…………………………..…6
Turn signal light……………………………….7
Horn………………………………………….…7
Steering lock……………………………………7
Seat lock……………………………………..…8
Storage box…………………………………..…8
III. OPERATION INSTRUCTION
Check before riding……………………………9
Starting engine…………………………………13
Riding motorcycle…………………………..…14
After Service……………………………………32
General Rules for Riding Safely
Rules for driving safely:
1. Many traffic accidents are caused by the inability of a car to see a motorcyclist; the motorcyclist should try his best to
be seen by other drivers.
Wear bright easy to see colors.
Drive with caution in places with dazzling light or in blind spots.
2. Special caution should be exercised at intersections, entrances and exits of parking lots or on the road.
3.
Be cautious when passing slower vehicles.
4. Get a drivers license and familiarize yourself with your motorcycle. Take a motorcycle safe driving course. Never
lend your motorcycle to others without a driver’s license or who is unfamiliar with your motorcycle.
5. Avoid driving on rough roads. This can easily result in operation failure and structural damage to the vehicle frame.
6. Safety inspect your bike before driving. (Refer to page 9)
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7. When driving, keep both hands on the handlebars and place feet on the footrest.
Payload
a) WARNING
Only put light goods in luggage box or other compartments.
The maximum weight to conform to the following table 1:
Table: 1
Luggage Box
Under seat Box
Weight (Lbs.)
Weight(Lbs.)
10 lbs.
15lbs.
b) Max payload ( Max load: 350 lbs), remember to count in the weight of driver, passenger and goods.
c) If over-loaded, stability and operation of the motorcycle can be affected.
d) Secure all the goods to the motorcycle.
e) NEVER ride children under age 12 and never ride on the rear shelf.
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Subassembly and use instruction
(
)
Parts & subassemblies Fig:1, Fig:2
Instrument cluster and Speedometer
Front brake handle
Ignition switch
Luggage box
Glove box
Battery
Main stand
Fig.1
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Fig.2
Rear brake grip
Seat Lock
Carrier rack
Fuel Tank
Air filter
Footrest
Kick-starter
Side stand
BROKEN LINE
(……)INDICATES THE HIDEN PARTS.
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Speedometer and indicator light (Fig 3)
⑴Speedometer
⑵Left turn signal light
⑶Right turn signal light
⑷Clock
⑸Fuel gage
⑹High beam indicator
⑺Brake light indicator
⑻Read out of speedometer
⑼Odometer
Fig.3
Ignition switch(Fig.4)
⑴on(( )
Engine starts and you cannot take out the key.
⑵ off ( )
Engine turns off and you can take out the key.
⑶ lock ( )
Fig.4
The steering handing is locked, and you can take out the key.
Fig.4
Notice:
When engine runs at idle speed for a long time on hot days, stop the engine to avoid over-heating and wasting
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gas.
Fig.5
Fuel Gage (Fig.5)
Fuel gauge (4) indicates the approximate remainder of fuel. When the pointer
points to (F), it indicates full fuel volume 1.5 Gal.
When the pointer gets close to the red section, it indicates that the remainder
volume is 0.3 Gal (about enough to go 10 miles or less).
Emergency cut off switch (Fig6)
Press “ ” and the engine turns off, to restart the engine, please press “
”
。
Starter switch button (1) (Fig 6)
Fig:6
Press this button, and the engine starter engages (See p13)
Head Light switch (Fig. 7)
Three positions of light switch:
“ ” ,“ ”and“•”
:Headlight, running lights tail lights and instrument lights all turn on.
:Running lights, taillights and instrument lights turn on.
•: Headlight, running lights, tail lights and instrument lights all extinguish.
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Fig: 7
Dimmer switch (1) (Fig.7)
“ ”High beam. “ ”Low beam.
Turn signal light switch (2) (Fig. 7)
“ ”means turn left
“ ”mean turn right
Press it down and signal light turns off
Horn switch (3) (Fig 7)
Press the button and the horn sounds.
Steering lock (Fig. 8, 9)
Turn handle left to end, press down ignition key1 to ( ), the steering device is locked do the
above in opposite order to open.
Fig: 8
Fig: 9
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Seat Lock (Fig.10)
Put the key into the seat lock and turn clock-wise to open.
Press down the seat until it makes a clicking sound, then
pull the back of seat to confirm it has been locked and
remove the key.
Fig.10
Glove box (Fig.11)
。
Put the key into glove box and then turn clock-wise 90 to open it.
。
Put the key into glove box and turn counter clock-wise 90 then
push the door of the glove box to confirm it has been locked and
remove the key.
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Pre-Operation Check list
Fig.11
1
Check before driving
Make a routine check-up before riding to insure the vehicle will perform
well and be safe to drive. A minimum inspection should include checking
brakes, lights, tires, and tire pressure.
Gasoline volume
Turn on the ignition switch and check the fuel gage, refill gasoline tank
when the pointer is close to the red section, moreover, check the fuel tank
and oil filter for leakage.
:
Gasoline tank 1.5 Gal.
Turn the tank cap 1 turn counter clockwise to open.
Required gasoline: unleaded gas, with minimum octane rating of 90.
DO NOT fill gas tank from a fuel can from your garage, your fuel container may contain dirt,
water or other contamination.
Warning:
Refill gas in a well-ventilated place. DO NOT SMOKE! Pay attention to safety rules posted at fuel station.
Do not over-fill gas tank, and remember to replace the cap of fuel tank immediately after filling gas tank.
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Check the oil level of the engine (Fig 11,Fig 12)
Use the center stand to support the vehicle on smooth level ground, unscrew the dipstick
from engine block (1) clean the oil dipstick with a clean cloth, then, reinsert the
dipstick back into the engine block ( do not screw it in)
remove and check the oil level.
If the oil lever is near to the lower limit mark (2), you should add recommended oil. NEVER
exceed the mark of upper limit(3) . Reinsert the dipstick into the engine block, screw it down and check it for
leakage.
USE ONLY CASTROL 10W-40 SEMISENTHETIC OIL
FAILURE TO DO SO MAY VOID YOUR WARRANTY!!
1
3
Fig12
12
2
Fig. 11
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When the Disc Brake fluid is low refill with DOT 4 fluid. Check fluid level at the observation orifice.
、Fig.17)
(Fig.16
Fig.15
Fig.16
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Fig. 17
Tires
Check the tire pressure regularly and adjust as needed.
·
·
·
Check while the tire are cool.
Inspect to see if there is any metal, trash, or gravel in the groove of the tires.
Inspect to see if there is a nick, embed nail or any other foreign objects on the tread. Inspect whether
there is an impression, dent or distortion on the rim. Repair any damage found before operation, have
regular inspections by a qualified service department.
·
When the tire tread wears to the wear tread mark replace tire immediately.
WARNING:
·
If the tire pressure does not meet the required standards, it may cause loss of vehicle control, cause
injury, and possibly life.
If the tire pressure is too low, the tire may blow off rim. It is dangerous to use
worn tires; it can make the vehicle difficult to drive and cause accidents.
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Engine Starting (Fig 18)
Preparation: remove vehicle from main stand.
Put the key into ignition switch and turn to “
emergency shut off is to “
” position. Make sure
” position.
Electric-start: press start button (1), in burst less than 5 seconds.
Notice: You must hold brake handle for starter to engage. If electric starter fails, try again after 15 seconds.
Kick-start: Turn ignition switch on, push kick-starter pedal down quickly with force.
Notice: After starting the engine, do pull the pedal back to original position.
.
For first start, it is better to kick the kick starter several times with ignition switch off, so the engine will start
easier. In cold weather start the engine and warm up engine for 3-5 minutes before driving.
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Riding Scooter:
WARNING:
Wear trousers to avoid touching the exhaust pipe and getting burned.
Always wear a helmet. All riding apparel must be worn according to all
requirements of the traffic laws.
Take a safety riding course.
NOTICE:
Control the speed and load during the first 500 miles of break in period.
Load should be within 350lbs(including driver).
Speed according to Break in Chart:
Log Miles
Speed (mph)
0-100
100-300
300-500
<30
<45
<55
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Riding operation
·Release rear brake lever, accelerate slowly with throttle grip, motorcycle will move forward smoothly.
·Accelerate slowly with your left leg in a balanced position right leg should be on floorboard obtain a good
speed, close the throttle to cut down on speed.
Warning:
·
Do not accelerate suddenly with throttle grip to prevent the motorcycle from rushing out and loosing control.
· Before driving remove bike from center stand. NEVER rock the bike off center stand while accelerating.
Brake operation:
1.Throttle grip control:
If you want to reduce speed, you must control the throttle grip. Use both brakes to slow down, this point is
very important.
Notice: When driving on damp or loose roads or poor weather conditions, that caution when adding
brakes or accelerating.
2. Operate front and rear brake:
Notice: When driving on a decent use both brakes to reduce speed. Never use brakes continuously, or
overheating will destroy the ability of the brakes to stop the bike.
Warning: Never use a single brake when driving at high speed, especially on crooked and slippery
roads. Always use both brakes to avoid accidents.
Close engine Fig.19 Fig.20
(
、
)
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• Release throttle to stop acceleration.
Fig.19
Fig.20
Stop operation:
To turn motorcycle off, put the key to “ ” position put down stand and lock handle. (Page 7)
Warning points:
1 Lock the handle and do not leave the key in the switch.
2 Keep your scooter in a safe place.
3 Use good quality locks and protection against theft.
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Maintenance and service
Periodic maintenance
Maintenance is important to the safe operation of your scooter. If you drive at high speeds and in bad or
harsh conditions, maintenance must be done more frequently. If your motorcycle has a big repair or an
accident, take care to check the repaired parts closely before operation. Repair or change worn parts
routinely. Always inspect your bike closely. Ever 1000 miles have a professional inspection.
Notice:
Don’t modify your scooter. Use good quality spare parts if replacement parts are needed. Use of bad quality
spare parts could compromise the safety of motorcycle.—Motofino
OEM Parts 706 733 1355
Warning: Turn off engine when doing maintenance or making repairs. Always place scooter
on center stand on level ground.
Notice: For long periods of storage or little use, remove the battery and stabilize the gas with
Stabil (purchase Wal-Mart)
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Maintenance table (do all at set up and at 150 miles)
I: check and adjust when necessary
C: clean
R: change
Cycle
Item
﹡ Fuel pipe line
operation
﹡
﹡ Air filter
﹡ Spark Plug
﹡ Adjust Valves
﹡ Gear oil
﹡ engine oil fliter
4
6
I
I
Every month
I
I
Throttle
﹡
(
speedometer x 500 miles
1
Note1
(300km)R
Idle speed
8
12
I
I
12
18
I
I
)
15
22
26
C/500 miles, if need: R
C/1000 miles, If need: R
I
R
I
I
I
I
Ref
page
I
C/1000 miles,
24
C/ Change oil,
24
I
I
23
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Cycle
(
)
4
8
12
6
12
18
speedometer x500 miles
Item
1
Ref page
Every month
﹡
﹡
Drive belt
Gear oil
*
Brake system
*
﹡
﹡
﹡
﹡
﹡
C/500 miles, if need: R
Note 3
(300 miles)R
I
I
I
I
Brake handles
I
I
I
High-low light
I
I
I
Suspension
I
I
I
Tighten bolts
I
25
Note2
I
11
I
and screws
Rim, tire
Steering Wheel
I
I
I
I
12
I
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO SERVICE OR REPAIRS UNLESS YOU ARE A QUALIFIED MECHANIC WITH ALL NESSACARY
TOOLS. FOR YOUR SAFETY, SERVICE AND REPAIRS ARE BEST LEFT TO THE PROFESSIONAL.
*For your safety we require all of the items must be done by a professional mechanic.
Note: 1. In damp or dusty conditions, increase maintenance.
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2. If the bike is used often perform this check more often.
3. Change seasonally.
Simple trouble shooting
Trouble
phenomenon
THE
ENGINE
CAN NOT
START
primary reason
Spark plug wear
Ignition coil wire
CDI
Blown fuse
Emergency switch on
Spark plug gap too small or big
Spark plug burned
Spark plug is corroded
Weak ground
No fuel
Air gap on gas cap stopped up
fuel pump worn
Gas line or filter clogged
air filter stop up
Intake manifold broken
Spark plug
no spark
The spark
is weak
No fuel
mixed air in
cylinder
Solution
Change/check
Change/check
Change/check
Change/check
Switch to off
Adjust
Change
Clean off
Clean connections
Refuel
clean
Change
Change or clean
Clean or change
Check and replace
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Spark plug seat leak
Cylinder cover leak
Valves out of adjustment
The piston-rings or the cylinder
block worn seriously
The
cylinder
compression
strength low
The piston-ring is broken
Trouble
phenomenon
Trouble reason
The octane value of the fuel is too low
Gas line pinched or stopped up
Ignition time is too early or too late
The vehicle
is unable to
accelerate
well
performance
is bad
Spark too weak
Mixed air too dense or rich
Engine leak
Muffler stop up
Belt worn
The automatic clutch rollers wearing
The
electricity
does not
Starter relay wear
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change piston-ring
Solution
Change fuel (premium only!!)
Clean and check fuel line
Check wires and change CDI
Check ignition and plug
Clean adjust carburetor
Check
Replace
Change
Change
Change
Change
clutch worn
Tighten plug
Change head gasket
adjust
change them
Change battery
Riding
unsteady
Lack of Electric power
Turning radius too wide
Adjust
Keep tires inflated to correct pressure
Replace or adjust shocks
Lack of tire pressure
Front and rear shock
(
)
HOW TO CLEAN THE AIR FLITER Fig21
•
Take off the rear protecting bar and left protecting bar.
•
Take apart air filter cap.
•
Take out filter element..
•
Use compressed air or dry brush to clean filter element.
•
•
Replace if too dirty. Reinstall the air filter.
Reassemble the filter following the reverse operation.
Fig.21
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Danger!!
•
Do not take apart the airtight battery upper cover
Battery: (fig: 22)
If the motorcycle will not be used for a prolonged time take off the
battery and put it into a dry place.
If the head or terminals of the battery are corroded, clean with a
professional cleaner. DANGER BE Careful You can burn yourself or
others.
NOTICE: Turn off the ignition switch, when removing battery, take
○
apart negative pole - first.
○
Install positive pole + first when
you are installing.
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、
Adjusting idle Fig23 Fig24
)
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Fig.22
The carburetor adjusted perfectly from the factory, if the
carburetor comes out of adjustment; have it adjusted by a
professional.
Warm up engine very well before starting.
Idle adjust screw (1) turn to right to speed up turn to left to slow down.
After adjusting the idle, adjust throttle handle cable to free path for 2-4mm,
use adjustor (2) to adjust, screw down nut, then tighten set nut (3).
Adjust idle to 1200 rpm
Fig.23
Change engine oil and clean strainer of oil filter
(
)。
•
Change engine oil Fig25
•
Change the engine oil while engine is warm.
Clean the strainer.
•
Take out oil plug cover and oil filter 1 take strainer 2 and spring 3!
•
Using carburetor cleaner/or air clean and dry the strainer.
•
Reinstall oil filter, strainer and spring!
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•
Refill the engine with Castrol 10w-40 semi synthetic oil.
•
Check dipstick for proper level and reinstall
•
Start engine and idle for a few minutes then turn off.
•
Check the level of engine oil again, makes sure there are no leaks.
•
Keep records of your oil Change and receipts for oil these must be
available for warranty claims.
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Fig.24
(
)
Change gear oil Fig26
Suggestion engine oil No:
SAE 80W/90
Oil Capable
:
Changing capacity :.10 Quart
Resolving capacity .10 quart
1
Park the bikes with the main stand
•
Take out the gearbox drain bolt (2), and the refill bolt (1).
•
Drain oil into a small pan for proper disposal.
。
NOTICE: THE TRANSMISSION MUST BE WARM WHEN DRAINING,
Fig26
AND THE VEHCILE MUST BE STEADY ON THE MAIN STAND!
•
Reinstall the drain bolt after draining oil.
•
Inject 100ml or .10 quarts to engine through refill bolt
•
Using an injection tool, inject the oil into the bolt, till full.
•
Install refill bolt and tighten snugly.
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Spark plug(Fig 27)
Specifications of spark plug
: C7HSA(NGK)
Standard:
•
Take spark plugs, clean them of any build up set the gap and install. If unsure about spark plug
condition install new.
•
Examine if there is dirt on poles and the porcelain head in center .If
it has corroded, change it .Use wire brush if needed.
•
1
2
(0.6
Normally the gap between side electrode (1) and
Center electrode (2) is 0.6-0.7.
•
Don’t use off brand spare plug
Fig27
Fuse replacement
The specified electric current of the total fuse is 15 A
If the connection is not good, the fuse will overheat and meltdown.
Do not use any fuse which specifications are different from assigned. To do so could cause wires to melt,
burn or catch fire.
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~0.7)mm
Vehicle Storage
Storage
For a motorcycle not to be used for a long period of time, for example, in winter or fall, some steps should
be taken to prevent malfunction of and damage to components, which might be caused by long storage.
Maintenance must be preformed before the long storage, for fear that it might be forgotten when vehicle is
put back into use after storage.
Change engine oil and oil filter.
Drain off fuel from the fuel tank and carburetor, spray atomized anti-rust oil onto the inside wall of the
tank and then close the tank.
Warning: DANGER DANGER DANGER
·
·
Gasoline is very flammable and can cause fire and even explosion under certain
conditions. Therefore, do not smoke, make sparks or be careless when working with
GAS!
Take out the spark plug, pour about 15~20ml clean engine oil into the cylinder, turn over engine
and finally reinstall spark plug.
Store vehicle in a shady and cool place free from humidity and direct sunshine.
After washing and drying, Coat all screws or metal pieces with a light coat of oil.
Wash the motor, wipe it dry and apply an even coat of wax to all painted surfaces.
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Using the bike after removal from storage
•
When storing time is more than 4 months, you should change the oil.
•
Recharge and replace the battery.
Please check and perform pre use inspection like a new scooter.
Vehicle identify Number
Your bike has assigned a VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) Fig28
You should know your VIN and engine number to allow you easy access to parts and technical information
(
)
VIN located here on center fork.
Model listed here.
Engine number listed here.
Fig28
Your tool set
(
)
The tool bag in the seat trunk Fig29 contains the following:
8*10 wrench
12*14 wrench
Screwdriver
Spark plug wrench
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Fig29
Wrench bar
18.5*17 wrench
Main Specifications
Specifications
Item
×W×H (mm)m
L
Wheel Base
mm
Ground Clearance
mm
mm
Dry Weight
Max Load
kg
kg
Turning
Angle
Steering Handle
Brake Distance
Max Speed
of
2101
1418
70
120
150
48
×684×1168
≤
º ≤7m(30km/n)
m
km/h
Gas mileage est.
Climbing Performance
Starter Model
º
≥85
≤68 MPG
≥16’
Electric/kick
Program5
Item
Parameter
Front Tire
100/80-16
110/80-16
Rear Tire
Pressure Of Front Tire
kPa
Pressure Of Rear Tire
kPa
Transmission
Speed Ratio of
Derailleur
Engine Type
Bore/stroke
CVT
8.56~ 24.17
139QMB
157QMJ Single Cylinder,
、
four stroke Air cooled
×
mm
Displacement
ml
Clutch Type
Bore/stroke
34PSI
36PSI
57.4 57.8
149.6
Auto centrifugal
mm
Battery
6.8
12V 7Ah
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Program5
Items
specifications
Items
Parameter
Lubrication
Oil pump
Fuse
15 A
Rated Power
kW/r/min
5.9kW/7000
Headlight
12V18W/18W 2
Tail light/Braking light
12V 21W/5W
License Plate Light
12V 3W
Turning light
12V 10W 4
0.6
Fuel Brand
Premium 90 OCT or
above
0.9L
Trans oil capacity
transmission,
Gearbox
Gear Oil Brand
Max Torque
N.m/r/min
Compression Ratio
Specification
of Spark Plug
Spark Plug Gap
mm
Idling Speed
r/min
Oil capacity
(r/min)
8.3N.m/6000r/min)
9.2:1
NGK-CR7 HSA
~0.7
(1700±170)r/min
Ignition
CDI
USE CASTROL OIL
ONLY
Syntec blend
SAE 10w/40
Gap of valves
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×
×
0.10qT
SAE 80W/90
.004~.005
Wiring harness
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R
G 绿
W 白
B 黑
Y/R 黄/红
导线颜色符号对照表
R/W 红/白 棕/白
L/Y 蓝/黄 R 红 P
Br 棕 O 橙 L
G/Y 绿/黄 绿/黑 L/W
Br/B
Br /W
G/B
棕/黑
粉红
蓝
蓝/白
照明开关 起动按钮
右综合开关总成
点火开关锁
Y 黄
Y/W 黄/白
Sb 天蓝
Gr 灰
G
B
B/W
B/W
G
Br
B
蜂鸣闪烁继电器 前制动开关 后制动开关 电喇叭
Y/R
L / W
P U S H
P US H
F R E E
F RE E
电子点火器
燃油传感器
Y /G
Gr
B
G
Gr
B
G
Gr
B
B B
G/YG/Y
B
Y/G
Lg
G
G
Y /W
L/ W
Y /W
L/ W
B / W
B / R
L / W
G
B
G
B / R
B / W
W / R
G
G
G
B / Y
B / Y W / R
Y / G B
Y / R B r
G
接地
B / W
R
G
B / W G B r B Y / GR / Y
B/W
G
R
B
B
燃油指示器
左转向指示灯
右转向指示灯
停车指示灯
仪表照明灯
远光指示灯
右前转向灯
Y/W
S b
Y / W
Y / W
L / W
S b
G
Y / G
O
G
B
B r
Y / G
S b
L / W
Y / G
S b
O
B
B r
Y / G
Y / G L / W
Y / W
L
Y / W
L
O
B r
Y / G
O
S b
O
B
B
S b
B r
L
G
Br
Y / G
S b
S b
O
O
G
G
B r
Y / G
Y/ G
G
B r
L
B r
G
G
O
G
L
G
G
G
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2167 Gordon Hwy.
Augusta, GA 30909
Reporting Safety Defects
If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause a wreck, injury, or death; you should
immediately 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 NHTSA you may either call the Auto Safety Hotline toll-free at 1-800-424-9393 (366-0123 in
Washington DC area) or write to:
NHTSA
U.S.
Department of Transport
400 7th Street
SW, (NSA-11)
Washington, D.C. 20590
You can also obtain other information about motor vehicle safety from the Hotline.
Motofino USA Inc.
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Limited Warranty
Limited Warranty
Motofino USA Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “ Motofino” hereby warrants to the
original purchaser that the frame and components of the new Motofino vehicle will
be free from defects in materials and workmanship. The period of the warranty is
12 months or 6000 miles from the date of purchase for the engine; 90 days from
the date of purchase for the frame and thirty (30) days from the date of purchase
for the component parts (except as noted below). Motofino, if notified of a defect
in material or workmanship during the period of the warranty, will repair or
replace, at its option, the defective part at no charge, other than the reasonable
charges for labor and shipping, if necessary to perform a warranty repair.
The original purchaser must operate the vehicle and maintain the vehicle in
accordance with the instructions provided in the Motofino user manual, the
supplements thereto and the labels affixed to the vehicle. Additionally within ten
(10) days of the discovery of the alleged defect, the original purchaser must
provide written notification to Motofino Customer Service at 2803 WYLDS ROAD
Augusta GA 30909
General Exclusions:
This limited warranty does not cover component failure or damage caused by any
of the following: collision; abnormal strain or stress; neglect; abuse; improper
assembly of components which were provided in the factory sealed carton; after
the vehicle left Motofino; improper maintenance; improper use of the vehicle,
including, but not limited to racing, jumping, stunt driving, off road use or any
other use other than normal, prudent, safe usage. Additionally, this warranty does
not cover component failure or damage to vehicles leased or rented, or vehicles
used for any commercial uses, dirt tracks or hard track purpose.
Specific Exclusions:
This Warranty does not cover off road Vehicles of any type. This limited
warranty does not cover components that are subject to normal wear and tear.
These items include but are not limited to the tires, clutch, brakes, brake shoes,
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throttle cable, drive belts, torque converter, chains, seat, lights, fasteners,
padding, decals, cosmetic body panels, spark plugs, wires. Additionally, this
warranty does not apply to components, which are warranted by the component
manufacturer.
Motofino makes no other warranty of any kind, express or implied. All warranties
of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose which exceed the obligations
and time limitations specified in the warranty above are hereby disclaimed by
Motofino and excluded from this warranty. Additionally, this warranty excludes any
incidental or consequential damages, including but not limited to loss of use. Some
States do not allow a manufacturer to exclude or limit incidental or consequential
damages, and therefore, the above exclusion may not apply to you. Some States
don’t allow a manufacturer to limit how long; an implied warranty will last.
Therefore, the above limitation may not apply to you. This warranty provides
specific legal rights. You may also have other legal rights that vary from State to
State.
Warranty Registration Card
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Motofino USA, Inc
**All fields must be filled completely to validate warranty**
Warranty must be activated with in 15 days of purchase.
Date of Purchase_____/_____/_____
VIN:_____________________________________________Engine #______________________
Model:____________________Year:_______________________Color:____________________
Dealer Name:___________________________________________________________________
Dealer Address:_________________________________________________________________
City:___________________________State:______________________Zip Code:_____________
Customer Name:____________________________Phone #(________)_________-___________
Customer Address:_______________________________________________________________
City:_______________________State:_____________________Zip Code:__________________
Email:_________________________________________________________________________
In order to activate the warranty for your vehicle, please read the following instructions:
1) Please mail your warranty card with a copy of the sales receipt.
2) Please submit a receipt to show a professional inspection and/or set up of your scooter or motorcycle.
Warranty coverage will be valid for 12 months following the date of purchase.
For more information, please request a Warranty Policy from your dealer, or contact us at:
Tel: (706) 733-1355
Fax: (706) 733-1357
Email: info@motofino.com
I understand the above instructions and I verify that all the information provided is correct to the best of my
knowledge.
Signature______________________________________________________________________
***Tear out, place in envelope and mail to: Motofino USA, Inc.
2167 Gordon Hwy.
Augusta, Georgia 30909
PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST
For your safety and to ensure your warranty, please have a certified technician perform these checks before you
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operate your vehicle.
____HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUID AT CORRECT LEVEL
____FRONT AND REAR BRAKES ADJUSTED AND FUNCTIONING
____FRONT AND REAR TIRES SET TO PROPER AIR PRESSURE
____ALL CABLES ROUTED CORRECTLY AND FUNCTIONING
____FUEL SYSTEM FLUSHED OUT
____OIL IN CRANKCASE AND TRANSMISSION AT PROPER LEVEL
____INTAKE AND EXHAUST VALVES ADJUSTED IF NEEDED
____ELECTROLYTE IN BATTERY AT PROPER LEVEL
____AIR FILTER CHECKED AND INSTALLED
____IDLE SPEED ADJUSTED TO PROPER RPM
____AIR FUEL MIXTURE ADJUSTED FOR BEST PERFORMANCE
____HEADLIGHTS LOW AND HIGH BEAM OPERATING
____REAR BRAKE LIGHT AND TAIL LIGHT OPERATING
____ALL BLINKERS FUNCTIONING
____EMERGENCY KILL SWITCH OPERATING
____HORN FUNCTIONING PROPERLY
____SPEEDOMETER, LIGHTS, AND GUAGES ON DASH WORKING
____ALL FASTENERS- (nuts, bolts, screws)-TIGHTENED-(thread locker
applied on high vibration areas ex:-exhaust manifold bolts)
____CHAIN TENSION ADJUSTED
____COOLANT LEVEL CHECKED-(water cooled engine)
____TEST RIDE PERFORMED BY INSPECTOR
INSPECTION PERFORMED BY: ____________________________DATE: _______________________
MAKE AND MODEL OF VEHICLE: ______________________VIN#____________________________
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I UNDERSTAND THAT ALTHOUGH THIS VEHICLE HAS BEEN INSPECTED FOR SAFETY AND
PROPER OPERATION, IT IS MY RESPONSIBILITY TO PERFORM THESE CHECKS EACH TIME
BEFORE OPERATION BY OTHERS OR MYSELF.
CUSTOMER SIGNATURE: ___________________PRINT: ________________DATE: ______________
PLEASE RETURN THIS WITH YOUR WARRANTY CARD
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