APRILIA LEONARDO 250 Specifications

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LEONARDO 250 - 300
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8140782
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INTRODUCTION
LEONARDO 250 - 300
INTRODUCTION
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INTRODUCTION
LEONARDO 250 - 300
CONTENTS
0.1.
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................. 3
0.1.1.
INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 3
0.1.2.
REFERENCE MANUALS ........................................................................................................ 4
0.1.3.
ABBREVIATIONS/SYMBOLS/CONVENTIONS...................................................................... 5
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0.1.
INTRODUCTION
0.1.1.
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
This manual provides the information required for normal servicing.
This publication is intended for use by aprilia dealerships and their qualified mechanics; many concepts have been
omitted inasmuch as their inclusion would be superfluous for such an audience. Since complete mechanical
explanations have not been included in this manual, the reader must be familiar with basic notions of mechanics,
as well as with basic repair procedures. Without such familiarity, repairs and checks could be ineffective and even
hazardous. Since the repair and vehicle check instructions are not exhaustive, special care must be taken to avoid
damage and injury. To ensure maximum customer satisfaction with the vehicle, aprilia spa continuously improves
its products and their documentation. The main technical modifications and changes in repair procedures are
communicated to all aprilia dealerships and agencies worldwide. Such modifications will be entered in subsequent
editions of the manual. In case of doubt regarding specific repairs or checks, contact the aprilia SERVICE
DEPARTMENT; we will be pleased to provide all necessary information and assistance as well as keeping you
updated on changes and modifications to the vehicle.
aprilia s.p.a. reserves the right to make changes to its products at any time, barring any such changes as may alter the
essential features of a product as specified in the relevant manual.
All rights of storage using electronic means, reproduction and total or partial adaptation, whatever the means adopted,
are reserved in all countries.
The mention of third parties’ products is only made for information purposes, and constitutes no engagement.
aprilia spa is not liable in any way for the performance or use of its products.
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INTRODUCTION
0.1.2.
LEONARDO 250 - 300
REFERENCE MANUALS
Version 250 cc
Version 300 cc
SPARE PARTS CATALOGUES
aprilia part# (description)
SPARE PARTS CATALOGUES
aprilia part# (description)
6572
OWNER’S MANUALS
aprilia part# (description)
8104730
8104804
8104805
8104806
OWNER’S MANUALS
aprilia part# (description)
8104730
8104804
8104805
8104806
ENGINE TECHNICAL MANUAL
aprilia part# (description)
8140778
8140779
8140780
8140781
8140782
ENGINE TECHNICAL MANUAL
aprilia part# (description)
8140778
8140779
8140780
8140781
8140782
CHASSIS PARTS TECHNICAL MANUAL
aprilia part# (description)
8140783
8140786
8140784
8140785
8140787
CHASSIS PARTS TECHNICAL MANUAL
aprilia part# (description)
8140783
8140786
8140784
8140785
8140787
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ABBREVIATIONS/SYMBOLS/CONVENTIONS
#
<
>
≤
≥
~
∞
°C
°F
±
AC
A
Ah
API
HV
AV/DC
bar
DC.
cc
CO
CPU
DIN
DOHC
ECU
rpm
HC
ISC
ISO
Kg
Kgm
km
kph
kΩ
kPa
KS
kW
= number
= less than
= greater than
= less than or equal to
= more than or equal to
= approximately
= infinity
= degrees Celsius (centigrade)
= degrees Fahrenheit
= plus or minus
= alternating current
= Ampere
=Ampere per hour
= American Petroleum Institute
= high voltage
= Anti-Vibration Double Countershaft
= pressure measurement (1 bar =100 kPa)
= Direct Current
= cubic centimetres
= carbon monoxide
= Central Processing Unit
= German industrial standards (Deutsche Industrie Norm)
= Double Overhead Camshaft
= Electronic Control Unit
= revolutions per minute
= unburnt hydrocarbons
= Idle Speed Control
= International Standardization Organization
= kilograms
= kilogram metre (1 kgm =10 Nm)
= kilometres
= kilometres per hour
= kilo Ohm
= kiloPascal (1 kPa =0.01 bar)
= clutch side (from the German "Kupplungseite")
= kiloWatt
l
= litres
= racetrack lap
= Light Emitting Diode
LAP
LED
LEFT
SIDE
m/s
max
mbar
mi
MIN
MPH
MS
MΩ
N.A.
N.O.M.M.
N.O.R.M.
Nm
Ω
PICK-UP
BDC
TDC
PPC
INTRODUCTION
= left side
= metres per second
= maximum
= millibar (1 mbar =0.1 kPa)
= miles
= minimum
= miles per hour
= flywheel side (from the German "Magnetoseite")
= megaOhm
= Not Available
= Motor Octane Number
= Research Octane Number
= Newton metre (1 Nm =0.1 kgm)
= ohm
= pick-up
= Bottom Dead Centre
= Top Dead Centre
= Pneumatic Power Clutch
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RIGHT
SIDE
SAE
TEST
T.B.E.I.
T.C.E.I.
T.E.
TP
TSI
UPSIDEDOWN
V
W
Ø
0-6
= right side
= Society of Automotive Engineers
= diagnostic check
= crown-head Allen screw
= cheese-head Allen screw
=hexagonal head
= flat head screw
= Twin Spark Ignition
= inverted fork
= Volt
= Watt
= Diameter
LEONARDO 250 - 300
LEONARDO 250 - 300
GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
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GENERAL INFORMATION
LEONARDO 250 - 300
CONTENTS
1.1.
STRUCTURE OF THE MANUAL ..................................................................................................... 3
1.1.1.
CONVENTIONS USED IN THE MANUAL .............................................................................. 3
1.1.2.
SAFETY WARNINGS .............................................................................................................. 4
1.2.
GENERAL RULES ........................................................................................................................... 5
1.2.1.
BASIC SAFETY RULES .......................................................................................................... 5
1.3.
DANGEROUS ELEMENTS.............................................................................................................. 8
1.3.1.
WARNINGS ............................................................................................................................. 8
1.4.
RUNNING-IN .................................................................................................................................. 12
1.4.1.
RUNNING-IN RECOMMENDATIONS................................................................................... 12
1.5.
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION .......................................................................................................... 13
1.5.1.
POSITION OF THE SERIAL NUMBERS .............................................................................. 13
1.6.
USING TOOLS AND SPARE PARTS ............................................................................................ 14
1.6.1.
SPARE PARTS...................................................................................................................... 14
1.7.
SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................................................................... 15
1.7.1.
SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................. 15
1.7.2.
HOW TO APPLY THE DECALS............................................................................................ 17
1.8.
PRODUCTS ................................................................................................................................... 19
1.8.1.
TABLE OF LUBRICANTS...................................................................................................... 19
1.8.2.
PRODUCT APPLICATIONS.................................................................................................. 20
1.9.
TIGHTENING ................................................................................................................................. 21
1.9.1.
FASTENERS ......................................................................................................................... 21
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1.1.
1.1.1.
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STRUCTURE OF THE MANUAL
CONVENTIONS USED IN THE MANUAL
This manual is divided in sections and subsections, each covering a set of the most significant components. Refer
to the index of sections when consulting the manual.
Unless expressly specified otherwise, assemblies are reassembled by reversing the dismantling procedure.
The terms "right" and "left" are referred to the rider seated on the vehicle in the normal riding position.
Motorcycle operation and basic maintenance are covered in the «OWNER'S MANUAL».
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In this manual any variants are identified with these symbols:
MP
SF
optional
catalytic version
all versions
national certification
European certification (EURO 1 limits)
VERSION:
Italy
United
Kingdom
Austria
Portugal
Finland
Greece
Holland
Malaysia
Chile
Switzerland
Denmark
Japan
Croatia
Australia
United
States of
America
Brazil
South Africa
New
Zealand
Canada
Belgium
Germany
France
Singapore
Slovenia
Israel
Spain
South
Korea
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1.1.2.
LEONARDO 250 - 300
SAFETY WARNINGS
The following precautionary warnings are used throughout this manual in order to convey the following messages:
Safety warning. This symbol appears, whether in the manual or on the vehicle itself, to indicate a
personal injury hazard. Non-compliance with the indications given in the messages preceded by this
symbol may result in grave risks for your and other people's safety and for the vehicle!
WARNING
Indicates a potential hazard which may result in serious injury or even death.
CAUTION
Indicates a potential hazard which may result in minor personal injury or damage to the vehicle.
IMPORTANT: The word "IMPORTANT" in this manual precedes important information or instructions.
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1.2.1.
GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL RULES
BASIC SAFETY RULES
CARBON MONOXIDE
Should it be necessary to perform some operations with the vehicle running, make sure to work outdoors or in a wellaerated room.
Avoid starting the engine in closed or badly-ventilated rooms.
In case you are working indoors, make use of an exhaust gases scavenging system.
DANGER
Exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide, which is extremely toxic if inhaled and may cause loss of
consciousness or even lead to death by asphyxia.
FUEL
DANGER
The fuel used to operate engines is highly flammable and becomes explosive under particular conditions.
Refuelling and engine service should take place in a well-ventilated area with the engine stopped. Do not
smoke when refuelling or in the proximity of sources of fuel vapours, avoid flames, sparks and any
element that could ignite fuel or provoke explosions.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF FUEL IN THE ENVIRONMENT.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
HIGH-TEMPERATURE COMPONENTS
The engine and the exhaust system parts become hot and continue to be hot even for some time after the engine has
been stopped.
Before handling these parts, wear insulating gloves or wait for the engine and the exhaust system to cool completely
down.
USED GEARBOX AND FORK OILS
DANGER
In case any maintenance operation should be required, it is advisable to use latex gloves.
Gear oil may cause serious damage to the skin if handled daily and for long periods.
Wash your hands carefully after use.
Put it in a sealed container and take it to the filling station where you usually buy it or to an oil salvage
center.
In case any maintenance operation should be required, it is advisable to use latex gloves.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF OIL IN THE ENVIRONMENT
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
BRAKE FLUID
WARNING
When using the brake fluid, take care not to spill it on the plastic, rubber or painted parts, since it can
damage them.
When carrying out the maintenance operations on the braking system, use a clean cloth to cover these
parts.
Always wear safety goggles when working on the braking system.
The brake fluid is highly irritant. Avoid contact with your eyes.
If the brake fluid gets in contact with the skin or the eyes, carefully wash the parts of your body that get
in contact with the fluid and consult a doctor.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
COOLANT
The coolant is composed of ethylene glycol that, under certain conditions, can become inflammable and send out
invisible flames causing severe burns.
DANGER
Be careful not to spill the coolant on the red-hot parts of the engine and the exhaust system: it may catch
fire and send out invisible flames.
In case any maintenance operation should be required, it is advisable to use latex gloves.
Even if toxic, coolant has a sweet flavour. Never leave it inside open containers or within the reach of
animals to prevent the risk of drinking.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
Do not remove the radiator plug when the engine is hot. The coolant is under pressure and could cause
severe burns.
HYDROGEN GAS AND BATTERY ELECTROLYTE
DANGER
The battery electrolyte is a toxic, caustic substance containing sulphuric acid and thus able to cause
severe burns in case of contact.
Always wear tight gloves and protective clothes when handling this fluid.
If the electrolyte gets in contact with the skin, carefully wash the parts of your body that get in contact
with the fluid with abundant fresh water.
Always use a protection for your eyes since also a very small amount of the battery fluid can cause
blindness. In the event of contact with your eyes, carefully wash them with water for fifteen minutes and
then consult immediately an eye specialist.
Should you accidentally drink some fluid, drink abundant water or milk, then drink magnesia milk or
vegetable oil and consult immediately a doctor. Battery releases explosive gases. Keep flames, sparks,
cigarettes and any other heat source away from the battery. Make sure the room is well-aerated when
servicing or recharging the battery.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
The battery fluid is corrosive
Do not pour it on the plastic parts.
Make sure that the electrolyte acid is suitable for the type of battery used.
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS AND INFORMATION
Follow these instructions closely when repairing, disassembling or reassembling the motorcycle or its components.
DANGER
Using bare flames is strictly forbidden when working on the motorcycle. Before servicing or inspecting
the motorcycle: stop the engine and remove the key from the ignition switch; allow for the engine and
exhaust system to cool down; where possible, lift the motorcycle using adequate equipment placed on
firm and level ground. Be careful of any parts of the engine or exhaust system which may still be hot to
the touch to avoid scalds or burns.
Never put any mechanical parts or other vehicle components in your mouth when you have both hands
busy. None of the motorcycle components is edible. Some components are harmful to the human body
or toxic.
Unless expressly specified otherwise, motorcycle assemblies are refitted or re-assembled by reversing
the removal or dismantling procedure. Where a procedure is cross-referred to relevant sections in the
manual, proceed sensibly to avoid disturbing any parts unless strictly necessary. Never attempt to polish
matte-finished surfaces with lapping compounds.
Never use fuel instead of solvent to clean the motorcycle.
Do not clean any rubber or plastic parts or the seat with alcohol, petrol or solvents. Clean with water and
neutral detergent.
Always disconnect the battery negative (–) lead before soldering any electrical components.
When two or more persons service the same motorcycle together, special care must be taken to avoid
personal injury.
BEFORE DISASSEMBLING ANY COMPONENTS
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Clean off all dirt, mud, and dust and clear any foreign objects from the vehicle before disassembling any
components.
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Use the model-specific special tools where specified.
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DISASSEMBLING THE COMPONENTS
Never use pliers or similar tools to slacken and/or tighten nuts and bolts. Always use a suitable spanner.
Mark all connections (hoses, wiring, etc.) with their positions before disconnecting them. Identify each connection
using a distinctive symbol or convention.
Mark each part clearly to avoid confusion when refitting.
Thoroughly clean and wash any components you have removed using a detergent with low flash point.
Mated parts should always be refitted together. These parts will have seated themselves against one another in
service as a result of normal wear and tear and should never be mixed up with other similar parts on refitting.
Certain components are matched-pair parts and should always be replaced as a set.
Keep the motorcycle and its components well away from heat sources.
REASSEMBLING THE COMPONENTS
DANGER
Never reuse a circlip or snap ring. These parts must always be renewed once they have been disturbed.
When fitting a new circlip or snap ring, take care to move the open ends apart just enough to allow
fitment to the shaft.
Make a rule to check that a newly –fitted circlip or snap ring has located fully into its groove.
Never clean a bearing with compressed air.
NOTE All bearings must rotate freely with no hardness or noise. Replace any bearings that do not meet these
requirements.
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Use ORIGINAL aprilia SPARE PARTS only.
Use the specified lubricants and consumables.
Where possible, lubricate a part before assembly.
When tightening nuts and bolts, start with the largest or innermost nut/bolt and observe a cross pattern. Tighten
evenly in subsequent steps until achieving the specified torque.
Replace any self-locking nuts, gaskets, seals, circlips or snap rings, O-rings, split pins, bolts and screws which have
a damaged thread.
Lubricate the bearings abundantly before assembly.
Make a rule to check that all components you have fitted are correctly in place.
After repairing the motorcycle and after each service inspection, perform the preliminary checks, and then operate
the motorcycle in a private estate area or in a safe area away from traffic.
Clean all joint surfaces, oil seal edges and gaskets before assembly. Apply a light coat of lithium grease along the
edges of oil seals. Fit oil seals and bearings with the marking or serial number facing outwards (in view).
ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS
To disconnect the electrical connector, follow the procedures below. Failure to comply with these procedures may lead to
irreparable damages to the connector and the wiring as well. If present, press the special safety hooks.
WARNING
Do not pull cables to disconnect the two connectors.
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Grasp the two connectors and disconnect them by pulling them in the two opposite directions.
In case of dirt, rust, moisture, etc.., thoroughly clean the inside of the connectors with compressed air.
Make sure that the cables are correctly fitted inside the connectors terminals.
NOTE The two connectors have just one correct positioning. Make sure to position them in the right direction.
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Then fit the two connectors. Make sure they are correctly coupled (a click will be heard).
TIGHTENING TORQUE SETTINGS
DANGER
Always remember that the tightening torque settings of all wheel, brake, wheel shaft and other
suspension parts play a fundamental role to ensure vehicle safety. Make sure that these values are
always within the specified limits.
Check fastening parts tightening torque settings at regular intervals. Upon reassembly, always use a
torque wrench.
Failure to comply with these recommendations could lead to the loosening and detachment of one of
these parts with a consequent locking of the wheel or other serious troubles affecting the vehicle
maneuverability, and thus the risk of falls and serious injuries or death.
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1.3.
1.3.1.
LEONARDO 250 - 300
DANGEROUS ELEMENTS
WARNINGS
FUEL
DANGER
The fuel used to operate engines is highly flammable and becomes explosive under particular conditions.
Refuelling and engine service should take place in a well-ventilated area with the engine stopped. Do not
smoke when refuelling or in the proximity of sources of fuel vapours. Avoid contact with bare flames,
sources of sparks or any other source which may ignite the fuel or lead to explosion.
Take care not to spill fuel out of the filler, or it may ignite when in contact with hot engine parts. In the
event of accidental fuel spillage, make sure the affected area is fully dry before starting the engine. Fuel
expands from heat and when left under direct sunlight.
Never fill the fuel tank up to the rim. Tighten the filler cap securely after each refuelling.
Avoid contact with skin. Do not inhale vapours. Do not swallow fuel. Do not transfer fuel between
different containers using a hose.
DO NOT RELEASE FUEL INTO THE ENVIRONMENT.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
Use only premium grade unleaded petrol, min. O.N. 95 (N.O.R.M.) and 85 (N.O.M.M.).
LUBRICANTS
DANGER
A good lubrication ensures the vehicle safety.
Failure to keep the lubricants at the recommended level or the use of a non-suitable new and clean type
of lubricant can lead to the engine or gearbox seizure, thus leading to serious accidents, personal injury
or even death.
Gear oil may cause serious damage to the skin if handled daily and for long periods.
Wash your hands carefully after use.
Do not dispose of oil into the environment.
Take it to the filling station where you usually buy it or to an oil salvage center.
WARNING
When filling the vehicle with this oil, take care not to spill it out since it could damage the vehicle
paintwork.
In case of contact with oil, the tyres surface will become very slippery, thus becoming a serious danger
for your safety.
In case of leaks, do not use the vehicle. Check and trace the cause of leaks and proceed to repair.
ENGINE OIL
DANGER
Prolonged or repeated contact with engine oil may cause severe skin damage.
Wash your hands thoroughly after handling engine oil.
Do not release into the environment.
Dispose of engine oil through the nearest waste oil reclamation firm or through the supplier.
Wear latex gloves during servicing
FRONT FORK FLUID
DANGER
Front suspension response can be modified to a certain extent by changing damping settings and/or
selecting a particular grade of oil. Standard oil grade is SAE 20 W. Different oil grades can be selected to
obtain a particular suspension response. (Choose SAE 5W for a softer suspension, 20W for a stiffer
suspension).
The two grades can also be mixed in varying solutions to obtain the desired response.
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BRAKE FLUID
NOTE This vehicle is fitted with front and rear disc brakes. Each braking system is operated by an independent hydraulic
circuit. The information provided below applies to both braking systems.
DANGER
Do not use the vehicle in case brakes are worn out or do not work properly! The brakes are the parts that
most ensure your safety and for this reason they must always be perfectly working. Failure to comply
with these recommendations will probably lead to a crash or an accident, with a consequent risk of
personal injury or death.
A wet surface reduces brakes efficiency.
DANGER
In case of wet ground the braking distance will be doubled, since both brakes and tyres drives on the
road surface are extremely reduced by the water present on the road surface.
Any water on brakes, after washing the vehicle or driving on a wet road surface or crossing puddles or
gips, can wet brakes so as to greatly reduce their efficiency.
Failure to comply with these recommendations may lead to serious accidents, with a consequent risk of
severe personal injuries or death.
Brakes are critical safety components. Do not ride the vehicle in case brakes are not working at their
best.
Check for brakes proper operation before every trip.
Brake fluid is an irritant. Avoid contact with eyes or skin.
In the event of accidental contact, wash affected body parts thoroughly. In the event of accidental contact
with eyes, contact an eye specialist or seek medical advice.
DO NOT RELEASE BRAKE FLUID INTO THE ENVIRONMENT.KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
When handling brake fluid, take care not to spill it onto plastic or paint-finished parts or they will damage.
DANGER
Do not use any brake fluids other than the specified type. Never mix different types of fluids to top up
level, as this will damage the braking system.
Do not use brake fluid from containers which have been kept open or in storage for long periods.
Any sudden changes in play or hardness in the brake levers are warning signs of problems with the
hydraulic circuits.
Ensure that the brake discs and brake linings have not become contaminated with oil or grease. This is
particularly important after servicing or inspections.
Make sure the brake lines are not twisted or worn.
Prevent accidental ingress of water or dust into the circuit.
Wear latex gloves when servicing the hydraulic circuit.
DISC BRAKES
DANGER
The brakes are the parts that most ensure your safety and for this reason they must always be perfectly
working; check them before every trip.
A dirty disc soils the pads.
Dirty pads must be replaced, while dirty discs must be cleaned with a high-quality degreaser.
Perform the maintenance operations with half the indicated frequency if the vehicle is used in rainy or
dusty areas, on uneven surfaces or on racetracks.
When the disc pads wear out, the level of the fluid decreases to automatically compensate for their wear.
The front brake fluid reservoir is located on the right handlebar, near the front brake lever.
The rear brake fluid reservoir is located under the right fairing.
Do not use the vehicle if the braking system leaks fluid.
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
COOLANT
DANGER
Coolant is toxic when ingested and is an irritant, contact with eyes or skin may cause irritation.
In the event of contact with eyes, rinse repeatedly with abundant water and seek medical advice. In the
event of ingestion, induce vomiting, rinse mouth and throat with abundant water and seek medical advice
immediately.
DO NOT RELEASE INTO THE ENVIRONMENT.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
DANGER
Take care not to spill coolant onto hot engine parts. It may ignite and produce invisible flames. Wear
latex gloves when servicing.
Do not ride when coolant is below the minimum level.
Coolant mixture is a 50% solution of water and anti-freeze. This is the ideal solution for most operating temperatures and
provides good corrosion protection.
This solution is also suited to the warm season, as it is less prone to evaporative loss and will reduce the need for topups.
In addition, less water evaporation means fewer minerals salts depositing in the radiator, which helps preserve the
efficiency of the cooling system.
When temperature drops below zero degrees centigrade, check the cooling system frequently and add more anti-freeze
(up to 60% maximum) to the solution.
Use distilled water in the coolant mixture. Tap water will damage the engine.
Refer to the chart given below and add water with the quantity of anti-freeze to obtain a solution with the desired freezing
point:
Freezing point °C
-20°
-30°
-40°
Coolant % of volume
35
45
55
NOTE Coolants have different specifications. The protection degree is written on the label.
WARNING
Use nitrate-free coolant only, with a protection until at least -35°C.
DRIVE CHAIN
Check drive chain operation, slack and lubrication at regular intervals.
The vehicle is equipped with an endless chain with a joint link.
WARNING
If too slack, the chain can come off the front or rear sprockets thus leading to serious accidents and
damage to the vehicle, with consequent serious personal injury or death.
Do not use the vehicle if the chain tension has not been correctly adjusted.
To check chain, take it with your hand where it turns on the rear sprocket and pull it as to separate it from
the crown itself.
If you can move the chain apart of the front sprocket for more than 3 mm (0.125 in), change chain, crown
and pinion.
DANGER
If not properly maintained, chain can early wear out and lead to the damage of both crown and pinion.
Perform chain maintenance operations more frequently if the vehicle is used on rainy or dusty areas.
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TYRES
WARNING
If tyres are excessively inflated, the vehicle will be hard and uneasy to ride, thus making you feel not at
your ease.
In addition the roadworthiness, mainly on wet surfaces and during cornering, will be impaired.
Flat tyres (insufficient pressure) can slip on the rim and make you lose the control of the vehicle.
In this case too, both vehicle roadworthiness, maneuverability and brake efficiency will be impaired.
Tyres changing, repair, maintenance and balancing must be carried out by specialized technicians using
suitable equipment.
When new, tyres can have a thin slippery protective coating. Drive carefully for the first kilometers
(miles). Never use rubber treating substances on tyres.
In particular, avoid contact with fluid fuels, leading to a rapid wear.
In case of contact with oil or fuel, do not clean but change tyres.
DANGER
Some of the factory-assembled tyres of this vehicle are provided with wear indicators.
There are several kinds of wear indicators.
For more information on how to check the wear, contact your Dealer.
Visually check if the tyres are worn and in this case have them changed.
If a tyre deflates while driving, stop immediately.
Avoid hard brakings or moves and do not close throttles too abruptly.
Slowly close throttle grip, move to the edge of the road and make use of the engine brake to slow down
until coming to a halt.
Failure to comply with these recommendations can lead to serious accidents and consequent personal
injuries or death.
Do not install tyres with air tube on rims for tubeless tyres and viceversa.
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1.4.
1.4.1.
LEONARDO 250 - 300
RUNNING-IN
RUNNING-IN RECOMMENDATIONS
The running-in of the engine is essential to ensure its duration and correct functioning.
If possible, drive on hilly roads and/or roads with many bends, so that the engine, the suspensions and the brakes undergo a more effective running-in.
During running-in, change speed.
In this way the components are first "loaded" and then "relieved" and the engine parts can thus cool down.
Even if it is important to stress the engine components during running-in, take care not to exceed.
WARNING
Only after the first 500 km (312 mi) of running-in you can expect the best performance levels from the vehicle.
Keep to the following indications:
•
Do not open the throttle completely if the speed is low, both during and after the running-in.
•
During the first 100 km (62 mi) pull the brakes with caution, avoiding sharp and prolonged brakings. This ensures a
correct bedding-in of the pads on the brake disc.
WARNING
After the first 1000 km (621 mi), Dealer carry out the checks indicated in the column "After running-in",
see 2.1.2 (REGULAR SERVICE INTERVALS CHART), in order to avoid hurting yourself or other people
and/or damaging the vehicle.
•
During the first 500 km (312 mi) do not exceed 80% of vehicle max. allowed speed.
•
Avoid keeping a constant speed for a long time.
After the first 1000 km (621 mi), increase speed progressively until reaching vehicle max. performance levels.
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
1.5.
1.5.1.
GENERAL INFORMATION
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
POSITION OF THE SERIAL NUMBERS
These numbers are necessary for the registration of the vehicle.
IMPORTANT Do not alter the identification numbers if you
do not want to incur severe penal and administrative
sanctions; in particular, altering the frame number voids the
warranty.
FRAME NUMBER
The frame number is stamped on the central tube of the
frame. To be able to read it, it is necessary to remove the
cover (1).
ENGINE NUMBER
The engine number is stamped near the lower support of the
rear shock absorber.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
1.6.
1.6.1.
LEONARDO 250 - 300
USING TOOLS AND SPARE PARTS
SPARE PARTS
Use original aprilia spare parts only to replace original components.
Original aprilia spare parts are high-quality components designed and built expressly for aprilia motorcycles.
CAUTION
Using any parts OTHER THAN original aprilia parts may lead to loss of performance and damage.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
LEONARDO 250 - 300
1.7.
SPECIFICATIONS
1.7.1.
SPECIFICATIONS
Description
DIMENSIONS
Max. length
Max. length (rear mudguard extension included )
Max. width
Overall height (front part of the fairing included)
Seat height
Distance between centres
Min. ground clearance
Weight ready for starting
ENGINE
Type
Number of valves
Number of cylinders
Total displacement
Bore/stroke
Compression ratio
Starting
Engine idling rpm
Clutch
Clutch gear
Lubrication system
Cooling system
TRASMISSION
Speed change gear
Primary
Secondary
Total engine / wheel ratio
CAPACITA’
Fuel (reserve included)
Fuel reserve
Engine oil
engine oil change only
Engine oil and filter change
Change for engine overhaul
Transmission oil
Coolant
(50% water + 50% antifreeze with ethylene glycol)
Front fork oil
Seats
Vehicle max. load (rider + luggage)
Vehicle max. load (rider + passenger + luggage)
CARBURENTTOR
Model
- alternative
Choke tube
Choke tube (Mikuni)
Choke tube (Keihin)
FUEL SUPPLY
Type
Fuel
FRAME
Type
Steering inclination angle
Fore stroke
250
300
1865 mm
1955 mm
770 mm
1410 mm
780 mm
1325 mm
135 mm
150 kg
One-cylinder, 4-stroke engine with overhead camshaft
2
1
249,78 cm³
264,47 cm³
69,0 mm / 66,8 mm
71,0 mm / 68,8 mm
10 ± 0,5 :1
Elettric
1500 ± 100 rpm
1450 ± 100 rpm
Automatic dry centrifugal
Automatic
Wet sump lubrication, forced circulation with mechanical
pump; oil level check by means of a graduated dipstick
Liquid cooling, forced circulation with centrifugal pump
Automatic continuous
V-belt
Gear
Minimun 15,808
Maximium 5,539
9,5 l
1,5 l
1200 cm³

1400 cm³
250 cm
1,3 l
148 cm³ (for each rod)
2
105 kg
200 kg
TEI KEI 5 GM1A
TK 5SE

equivalent diameter 28 mm
28 mm


Vacuum pump
Premium grade unleaded petrol, min. O.N. 91 (N.O.R.M.) and
81 (N.O.M.M.).
One beam at the front, split in two overlapping cradles at the
rear, in steel tubes with high yield point
28°
100 mm
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GENERAL INFORMATION
SUSPENSIONS
Front
Stroke
Rear
Wheel stroke
BRAKES
Front
Rear combined
WHEEL RIMS
Type
Front
Rear
PNEUMATICI
Type
Front
- alternative
Rear
- alternative
Standard inflation pressure
Front
Rear
Inflation pressure with passenger
Front
Rear
IGNITION
Type
Spark advance
SPARK PLUG
Standard
Spark plug gap
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Battery
Fuses
Generator (with permanent magnet)
BULBS
Low / high beam
Front parking light
Direction indicators
Rear parking light / stop light
Number plate light
Dashboard lights
WARNING LIGHTS
Direction indicators
Engine oil change
Low beam
High beam
Fuel reserve
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Telescopic hydraulic fork
90 mm
Two hydraulic shock absorbers with compression and
rebound damping, spring preload adjustment
90 mm
Disc brake - Ø 220 mm - with hydraulic transmission
Disc brake - Ø 220 mm - with hydraulic transmission
in light alloy
3,00 x 12’’
3,50 x 12’’
TUBELESS
130 / 70 - 12’’ 56 P
130 / 70 - 12’’ 56 P
130 / 70 - 12’’ 62 L
130 / 70 - 12’’ 62 P
190 kPa (1,9 bar)
210 kPa (2,1 bar)
210 kPa (2,1 bar)
240 kPa (2,4 bar)
C.D.I. / inductive
Minimum 10° a 1500 rpm
Maximum 32° a 5000 rpm
4 AS-AP
Minimum 2° a 1500 rpm
Maximum 22° a 8250 rpm
NGK - DR8EA
0,6 - 0,7 mm
12 V - 12Ah
20 - 15 - 7,5A
12V - 200 W
12 V - 35 / 35 W
12 V - 3 W
12 V - 10 W
12 V - 5/21 W
12 V – 5 W
12 V - 1,2 W
12 V – 2 W
12 V – 2 W
12 V – 2 W
12 V – 2 W
12 V – 2 W
LEONARDO 250 - 300
1.7.2.
GENERAL INFORMATION
HOW TO APPLY THE DECALS
Whenever you remove any body parts:
CAUTION
Handle
the
plastic
and
painted
components with care to avoid scraping
or damaging them.
Proceed with care.
Do not damage the snap-on tabs and
matching recesses.
Strictly follow the instructions below
We recommend using:
- a medium spatula (1);
IMPORTANT: Soft spatulas – such as those commonly
used on windscreen wipers - will leave excess water
under the decal.
-
- a sponge or spray dispenser (2) and water.
IMPORTANT: Add water with 1-3% detergent and
shake to obtain frothing.
Apply the decals as follows:
•
Place a decal (3) on a bench with the adhesive
face up.
•
Keep the decal well stretched on the bench and
remove the protective film (4).
IMPORTANT: A spray dispenser (2) will work best.
If you are using a sponge, dab the decal surface lightly
or the adhesive will deteriorate.
•
Wet the adhesive face with soap water.
•
Place the decal (3) in the proper position on the
part you wish to decorate.
IMPORTANT: Always apply the spatula to the decal
centre and move it towards the edges with regular
movements.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
•
Rub the spatula (1) across the decal surface
pressing moderately until removing excess soap
and water from under the decal.
IMPORTANT: Take care not to lift the decal corners
and edges in the process.
•
•
Dry up the decal with an absorbent cloth. Apply
cloth in the centre and move outwards.
Rub the decal using the spatula with firm, regular
strokes. Apply the spatula in the centre and move
outwards. Take special care with corners and
edges to ensure proper adhesion across the
whole surface.
IMPORTANT: Where decals come with application
tape (5), remove tape 20-30 minutes after decal
application.
•
•
Peel off the application tape (5) from decal
surface.
Pass the spatula across the decal again –
particularly over corners and edges – to ensure
proper adhesion.
IMPORTANT: Decals applied using water will take
about 48 hours to stick to part permanently.
•
Once you have removed the application tape,
check for any air trapped underneath the decal.
If there are any air bubbles:
•
Prick a hole on the edge (7) of the air bubble
using a pin or a cutter (6).
•
Apply the spatula (1) at the opposite end and
move it across the bubble to squeeze air out.
The application tape serves to facilitate applying
trademarks and letters by keeping them aligned as
well as giving more consistency to the adhesive during
application.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
LEONARDO 250 - 300
1.8.
1.8.1.
PRODUCTS
TABLE OF LUBRICANTS
LUBRICANT
Engine oil
PRODUCT
RECOMMENDED:
SUPERBIKE 4, SAE 5W – 40 or
4T FORMULA RACING, SAE 5W - 40.
Alternatively, use brand name oil complying with or exceeding the CCMC
G-4, A.P.I. SG specifications.
Transmission oil
RECOMMENDED:
F.C., SAE 75W - 90 or
GEAR SYNTH, SAE
75W - 90.
Alternatively, use brand name oil complying with or exceeding the API GL4 specifications
Front fork oil
RECOMMENDED:
F.A. 5W or
F.A. 20W, alternatively
FORK 5W or
FORK 20W.
When you wish to obtain an intermediate response between those offered
by
F.A. 5W,
F.A. 20W or
FORK 5W and
20W oils, you may mix the different products as follows:
SAE 10W =
FORK
F.A. 5W 67% volume, +
F.A. 20W 33% volume.
FORK 5W 67% volume +
FORK 20W 33%
volume.
SAE 15W =
F.A. 5W 33% volume, +
F.A. 20W 67% volume.
FORK 5W 33% volume +
FORK 20W 67%
volume.
Bearings and other lubrication points
Battery poles
Brake fluid
RECOMMENDED:
AUTOGREASE MP.+
GREASE SM2.
As an alternative to recommended grease, use top brand rolling bearing
grease that will resist a temperature range of -30°C…+140°C, with
dropping point 150°C…230°C, high corrosion protection, good resistance
to water and oxidisation.
use neutral grease or vaseline.
RECOMMENDED:
F.F DOT 4 (DOT 5 compatible) +
5.1 DOT 4 (DOT 5 compatible).
BRAKE
IMPORTANT: do not mix different makes or types of oil without having
checked their compatibility.
As an alternative, use fluids with preformance equal to or better than the
synthetic fluids specifications SAE J1703, NHTSA 116 DOT 4, ISO 4925.
Engine coolant
RECOMMENDED:
ECOBLU – 40° C +
COOL.
IMPORTANT Use nitrite-free coolant only, with a protection until at least –
35° C.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
1.8.2.
LEONARDO 250 - 300
PRODUCT APPLICATIONS
Use only the products specified below for motorcycle maintenance.
These products have demonstrated suitability for all usage conditions specified by the manufacturer after long-time testing.
IMPORTANT: The products for which a part number is given are available at request, (SEE TABLE).
PRODUCT FEATURES
Description
Molykote 111 / N. ROTAX 897 161
Use
Space between the two water pump oil seals.
Starter transmission gears.
LOCTITE ANTI-SEIZE 76710 N. ROTAX 297 431
-
Engine shaft ball bearing seats.
Engine countershaft ball bearing seats.
Gearshaft ball bearing seats.
Lubricate
-
Grease
Transmission oil
Engine oil
LOCTITE 221 / N. ROTAX 899 785
-
All ball bearings, sintered disks, gear sets, cylinder
walls, unless otherwise specified.
Oil seal edges, unless otherwise specified.
Engine oil SAE 30, 0.6 l
Super 2-stroke oil
Flush-head countershaft bearing lockring screw.
Flush-head starter pedal bearing lockring screw (RX
only).
Starter gear retainer hex bolt
Electric starter locking hex bolts.
Oil pump locking hex bolts.
All Taptite screws for reassembly of the clutch cover
and casing.
-
LOCTITE 648 / N. ROTAX 899 788
-
Hex nut for locking the flywheel to the engine shaft.
Casing water hose.
Casing electric starter hole cover (RX only)
Silastic 732 RTV / N. ROTAX 297386
-
Idler indicator contact screw.
Ignition cable grommet.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
LEONARDO 250 - 300
1.9.
1.9.1.
TIGHTENING
FASTENERS
Check and tighten as required after the first 1000 km (621 mi) and every 6000 km (3728 mi) or 12 months afterwards.
WARNING
The fasteners reported in the chart must be tightened to the specified torque using a torque wrench
and applying LOCTITE® where specified.
) are in brackets.
Safety-related items (
NOTE:
L243= secure with Loctite® 243
lub = lubricate
CHART
Description
FRAME
Grab rail – frame
ENGINE LINK ROD
Engne link rod - frame
Tie rods - frame
SIDE STAND
Side stand - frame
FRONT SUSPENSION
Fork – frame
REAR SUSPENSION
Shock absorber – frame
Shock absorber - engine
ENGINE
Crankcase – engine cover
Converter air scoop – engine
Engine pivot
FILTER BOX
Filter box – engine
EXHAUST SYSTEM
Muffler – cylinder
Muffler – calliper shock anbsorber muffler mount
Muffler guard – engine
Calliper shock anbsorber muffler mount – engine
RADIATOR
Electric fan mount – radiator
Starter and electric fan thermal switches
FRONT WHEEL
Front wheel – fork
REAR WHEEL
Rear wheel – engine – calliper shock anbsorber muffler mount
FRONT BRAKE
Front brake callipers – fork
Brake master cylinder – handlebars
Brake line – master cylinder – callipers
REAR BRAKE
Rear brake callipers – calliper shock anbsorber muffler mount
Brake master cylinder – handlebars
Brake line – master cylinder – callipers
Size
Torque Notes
(Nm)
M8
20
M12
M10
60
50
M10
38
M36
110
M8
M8
22
20
M6
M6
M10
7
7
32
M6
7
M8
M10
M6
M8
20
42
9
23
M5
M18
3
23
M12
50
M14
130
M8
M6
M10
28
9
18
M8
M6
M10
28
9
18
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
HNDLEBARS AND CONTROLS
Handlebars –fork (safety)
M8
Handlebars – fork (clamp)
M10
Vibration-damping weight - handlebars
M6
Mirrors – handlebars
M8
ELECTRIC SYSTEM
Coil – frame
M5
Control unit – helmet compartment
M6
Horn – frame
M6
Voltage adjuster – helmet compartment
M6
FUEL TANK
Fuel tank – frame
M6
Fuel pump – fuel pump mount
M6
BODY
Body fastener
M6
Body fastener
M5
Body fastener
Self-tapping
LOCKS
Seat lock – helmet compartment
M6
Ignition switch – frame
M6
Seat release – helmet compartment
M6
NB: All indicated torques are nominal values, with a tolerance of +/- 5%.
Screw or bolt Spanner
thread
M4
7
M5
8
M6
10
M8
12
M 10
14
M 12
17
M 14
19
M 16
22
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Tightening torque
Nm
kgm
3
0,3
6
0,6
10
1,0
25
2,5
50
5,0
80
8,0
135
13,5
210
21,0
15
40
9
20
5
6
9
6
9
7
5
4
3
7
10
7
LEONARDO 250 - 300
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
2
2-1
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
LEONARDO 250 - 300
CONTENTS
2.1.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................................ 3
2.1.1.
INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................................... 3
2.1.2.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE CHART...................................................................................................... 4
2.2.
BATTERY ........................................................................................................................................................ 5
2.2.1.
BATTERY............................................................................................................................................... 5
2.3.
SPARK PLUG.................................................................................................................................................. 8
2.3.1.
SPARK PLUG ........................................................................................................................................ 8
2.4.
AIR CLEANERS ............................................................................................................................................ 10
2.4.1.
AIR CLEANER ..................................................................................................................................... 10
2.4.2.
DRIVING BELT CASING AIR CLEANER............................................................................................. 11
2.5.
COOLANT ..................................................................................................................................................... 12
2.5.1.
COOLANT............................................................................................................................................ 12
2.6.
BRAKES ........................................................................................................................................................ 14
2.6.1.
BRAKES............................................................................................................................................... 14
2.7.
ENGINE OIL .................................................................................................................................................. 18
2.7.1.
ENGINE OIL......................................................................................................................................... 18
2.8.
THE TRANSMISSION OIL............................................................................................................................. 20
2.8.1.
THE TRANSMISSION OIL ................................................................................................................... 20
2.9.
FRONT END.................................................................................................................................................. 21
2.9.1.
FRONT END ........................................................................................................................................ 21
2.10.
TAIL END....................................................................................................................................................... 23
2.10.1.
TAIL END ............................................................................................................................................. 23
2.11.
ACCELERATOR CONTROL ......................................................................................................................... 24
2.11.1.
ACCELERATOR CONTROL................................................................................................................ 24
2.12.
WHEELS/TYRES........................................................................................................................................... 25
2.12.1.
WHEELS/TYRES ................................................................................................................................. 25
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
2.1.
2.1.1.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
INTRODUCTION
In order to preserve the motorcycle in sleek running order, aprilia recommends that you strictly observe the periodic maintenance intervals recommended for the different components.
Outlined in this section are the recommended procedures for the periodic maintenance of the key components of the motorcycle.
DANGER
Before beginning any service operations or inspection of the vehicle, switch off the engine and remove
the key, wait until the engine and the exhaust system have cooled down and, if possible, lift the vehicles
with the proper equipment onto firm and flat ground. Pay particular attention to any parts of the engine
or exhaust system that may still be hot to the touch to avoid burns. All component parts of the vehicle
are inedible. Do not bite, suck, chew or swallow any vehicle parts. If not expressly indicated otherwise,
for the reassembly of the units repeat the disassembly operations in reverse order.
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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
2.1.2.
LEONARDO 250 - 300
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE CHART
Component
Rear shock absorber
Transmission cables and controls
Accelerator cable (adjustment)
Variator belt
Steering tube bearings and steering slack
Wheel bearings
Brake discs
Engine oil filter
General running of the vehicle
Clutch shoes
Valve clearance
Braking systems
Cooling system
Stop light switches
Brake fluid
Coolant
Fork oil and oil seal
Engine oil
Transmission oil
Center stand wheel
Speed change gear rollers and speed change gear
plastic guides
Wheels/tyres and inflation pressure
Nut, bolt, screw tightening
Fuel pipe
Clutch wear
Speed change gear (front pulleys and rear pulleys)
Rear shock absorber
Transmission cables and controls
Battery - Terminal fastening - Electrolyte level
Spark plug
Carburettor - idling
Air cleaner
Speed change gear filter
Accelerator operation
Brake locking operation
Light system
Stop light switches
Brake fluid
Coolant
Engine oil
Headlight beam direction - operation
Wheels/tyres and inflation pressure
Suspensions
Engine oil change warning light
Front and rear brake pad wear
After running-in
Every 6000 km
Every 12000 km
[1000 km (625 mi)] (3750 mi) or 12
(7500 mi) or 24
months
months
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
every 3000 km (1875 mi): 2
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
every 2 years: 3
every 2 years: 3
every 12000 km (7500 mi): 1
every 1000 km (625 mi): 1 / every 3000 km
3
(1875 mi): 3
3
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
every 4 years: 3
1
2
1
1
1
3
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
every 2000 km (1250 mi): 1
every 1000 km (625 mi): 1
1
every month: 1
1
1
at every start: 1
1
every 2000 km (1250 mi): 1
1 = inspect and clean, set or adjust, lubricate or replace as required; 2 = clean; 3 = replace; 4= set or adjust.
Service the motorcycle more frequently when you ride in the rain, on dusty or bumpy roads, or in competition trials.
(
) = THESE OPERATIONS CAN BE CARRIED OUT BY THE OWNER
(*) = For inspection, refer to INSTRUMENTS AND INDICATORS TABLE
(**) = Check every two weeks or at the indicated interval.
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
2.2.
2.2.1.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
BATTERY
BATTERY
There are two types of batteries available in the market:
batteries that require maintenance, fitted with cell plugs;
maintenance-free batteries, which have no cell plugs as
they do not need inspecting or topping-up.
After the first 621 mi (1000 km) and every 3728 mi (6000 km)
or 12 months thereafter, check the electrolyte level and the
tightness of the battery terminal clamps.
DANGER
The battery electrolyte is a toxic, caustic substance containing sulphuric acid and thus able
to cause severe burns in case of contact.
Always wear protective clothes, a mask and/or
safety goggles when handling this fluid.
If any battery fluid gets on your skin, rinse the
affected area with abundant fresh water.
If battery fluid is spilled into your eyes, flush
with abundant water for fifteen minutes and
contact an eye specialist immediately.
If battery fluid is swallowed accidentally, drink
abundant water or milk. Seek medical attention
immediately and keep drinking milk of magnesia or vegetable oil in the meantime.
The battery gives off explosive gases. Keep the
battery well away from any sources of ignition,
such as flames, sparks, or any heat sources.
Charge or use the battery in a well-ventilated
place. Do not inhale the gases produced by the
battery under charging.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN
Take care not to tilt the vehicle too far as the
battery fluid may spill out.
WARNING
Never invert the connection of the battery cables.
Set the ignition switch to " " before connecting or disconnecting the battery.
Connect first the positive cable (+) and then the
negative cable (-).
Disconnect in the reverse order.
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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
CHECKING AND CLEANING THE TERMINALS AND
CLAMPS
•
•
•
•
Make sure that the ignition switch is set to " ".
Raise the seat.
Remove the battery cover.
Loosen and remove the two screws on battery cables.
•
Make sure that the cable terminals (1) and the battery
terminals (2) are:
in good conditions (and not corroded or covered with
deposits);
covered with neutral grease or vaseline.
If necessary, proceed as follows:
•
Disconnect the negative (-) and positive (+) leads in
that order.Clean off corrosion deposits using a wire
brush.
•
Reconnect the positive (+) and negative (-) leads in the
order.
•
Cover the terminals of the cables and of the battery
with neutral grease or vaseline.
CHECKING THE ELECTROLYTE LEVEL
To check the electrolyte level:
•
Place the motorcycle on the centre stand.
•
Raise the seat.
•
Remove the battery cover.
•
Loosen and remove the two screws on battery cables.
•
Check that the fluid level is between the MIN and MAX
marks printed on the side of the battery.
If not:
•
Remove the battery, see 7.2.1 (REMOVING THE
BATTERY).
•
Remove the cell plugs.
WARNING
Use only distilled water to top up the battery
level. Never exceed the MAX mark, inasmuch as
the level increases during recharging.
•
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Top up with distilled water.
LEONARDO 250 - 300
LEONARDO 250 - 300
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
RECHARGING THE BATTERY
IMPORTANT You can tell that the battery is nearly flat when
you hear a rattling sound from the starter relay when pressing the starter button " ".
IMPORTANT Do not remove the battery plugs or the battery
may damage.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Remove the battery, see 7.2.1 (REMOVING THE
BATTERY).
Remove the cell plugs.
Check the battery fluid level.
Connect the battery to a battery charger.
We recommend using a battery charger with amperage
rating 1/10 that of the battery itself.
After the battery is fully charged, check the fluid level
and top up with distilled water if necessary.
Refit the cell plugs.
WARNING
Reassemble the battery only 5/10 minutes after
disconnecting the recharge apparatus, since
the battery continues to produce gas for a short
lapse of time.
LONG INACTIVITY
WARNING
If the vehicle remains unused for more than
twenty days, disconnect the 20 fuses, in order
to avoid the deterioration of the battery caused
by the current consumption due to the multifunction computer.
When the 20-A fuses are removed, the digital
clock and red line setting will be reset to zero.
•
•
•
•
If the vehicle remains unused for more than fifteen
days, it is necessary to recharge the battery, in order to
prevent its sulphation.
Remove the battery, see 7.2.1 (REMOVING THE
BATTERY) and store it in a cool, dry place.
It is important to check the charge periodically (about
once a month), during the winter or when the vehicle
remains unused, in order to prevent the deterioration of
the battery.
Recharge it completely with a normal charger.
IMPORTANT If the battery remains on the vehicle, disconnect the cables from the terminals.
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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
2.3.
2.3.1.
SPARK PLUG
SPARK PLUG
Check the spark plug after the first 1,000 km (621 mi),
and then every 6,000 km (3,728 m). Change it every
1,2000 km (7,456 mi).
•
Check the spark plug regularly, remove carbon deposits and replace if necessary.
To reach the spark plugs:
DANGER
Allow the engine to cool down to ambient temperature.
•
Remove right and left inspection covers, see 7.1.4
(REMOVING RIGHT AND LEFT INSPECTION
COVERS).
Removal and cleaning:
•
•
•
•
•
•
DANGER
Never remove a spark plug cap while the
engine is running. Shock hazard: the ignition system produces high voltages.
Remove the cap (1) of the spark plug (2).
Remove any trace of dirt from the spark plug base.
Introduce the special spanner provided in the tool
kit on the spark plug (2).
Unscrew the spark plug (2) and extract it from its
seat, taking care to prevent dust or other substances from getting inside the cylinder.
Make sure that there are neither carbon deposits,
nor corrosion marks on the electrode and on the
spark plugs ceramics; if necessary, clean with a
plug cleaner or wire brush.
If the spark plug (2) insulating material is cracked, if
the electrodes are corroded, with excessive deposits or the tip of the central electrode (3) is rounded,
it must be changed.
WARNING
When changing the spark plug, check the
thread pitch and length.
If the threaded part is too short, the carbon
deposits will accumulate on the thread seat,
and therefore the engine may be damaged
during the installation of the right spark
plug.
Use recommended spark plugs only. A
spark plug of the wrong grade may shorten
engine life and cause loss of performance.
To check the spark plug gap, use a wire
thickness gauge to avoid damaging the
platinum covering.
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Check the electrode gap with a wire feeler gauge.
Electrode gap should be 0.7 – 0.8 mm (0.027 –
0.031 in). If it needs adjusting, bend the earth electrode carefully.
Make sure the washer is in good condition. Fit the
washer and screw the spark plug finger-tight to
avoid damaging the thread.
Tighten the spark plug with the spanner you will
find in the tool kit, giving it half a turn to compress
the washer.
WARNING
The spark plug must be well tightened, otherwise the engine may overheat and be seriously damaged.
Use recommended spark plugs only. A
spark plug of the wrong grade may shorten
engine life and cause loss of performance.
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Position the spark plug cap (1) properly, so that it
does not come off due to the vibrations of the engine.
DANGER
Ensure the spark plug cap (1) is properly in
place on the spark plug (2).
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2.4.
AIR CLEANERS
2.4.1.
AIR CLEANER
Clean the air cleaner every 6,000 km (3,728 mi) or 12
months, or more frequently if the vehicle is used on dusty or
wet roads.
•
It is possible to clean the air cleaner partially after using the vehicle on this kind of roads.
LEANING
•
Remove the air cleaner, see 4.2.1 (REMOVING THE
AIR CLEANER).
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Wash the filter element with clean, non-flammable or
high flashpoint solvent, and dry it carefully.
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Apply a film of filter oil or dense oil (SAE 80W – 90),
then wring out excess oil.
CAUTION
When cleaning the filtering element, make sure
that there are no tears.
Otherwise, change the filtering element.
IMPORTANT The filtering element must be well impregnated
but not dripping with oil.
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Clean the exterior of the air cleaner with a clean cloth.
Clean the interior of the cleaner housing with a clean
cloth.
Clean the intake ducts.
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2.4.2.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
DRIVING BELT CASING AIR CLEANER
WARNING
Do not use petrol or inflammable solvents to
wash the air cleaner, in order to avoid fires or
explosions.
Check the conditions of the belt casing air cleaner and clean
it every 6000 km.
If the vehicle is used on dusty or wet roads, the cleaning operations and any replacement should be carried out more
frequently.
To remove the filter, proceed as follows:
•
Position the vehicle on the stand.
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Unscrew and remove the three screws (1).
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Remove the filter cover (2) and the filter (3).
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To clean the filtering element use clean, non-inflammable solvents or solvents with high volatility point,
then let it dry thoroughly.
WARNING
DO NOT OIL THE FILTERING ELEMENT, since
the oil may penetrate the belt casing and damage the belt or make it slip.
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2.5.
COOLANT
2.5.1.
COOLANT
CHECKING AND TOPPING UP COOLANT LEVEL
•
Check coolant level before each ride. Change coolant
every 2 years.
WARNING
Check and top up coolant level when the engine
is cold.
•
The engine should be off and completely cold.
IMPORTANT Place the motorcycle on firm and level ground.
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Position the vehicle on the stand.
Remove front cover, see 7.1.9 (REMOVING THE
FRONT COVER).
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Check that the coolant level in the expansion (2) reservoir is between the MAX and MIN marks (see figure).
If not, proceed as follows:
•
Release and remove the filler cap (1).
WARNING
Coolant is toxic when ingested and is an irritant, contact with eyes or skin may cause irritation.
Do not put your fingers or any tools into the
filler opening to check coolant level.
CAUTION
Do not add any additives or other products.
If you use a funnel or other similar items, make
sure that they are perfectly clean.
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Add coolant mixture until the level reaches just below
the MAX mark.
Never overfill (top up beyond the MAX mark), or coolant will leak out when the engine is running.
Refit the filler cap (1).
Refit front cover, see 7.1.9 (REMOVING THE FRONT
COVER).
CAUTION
In the event the motorcycle is using up exceeding coolant or the expansion (9) reservoir is
empty, check the circuit for leaks.
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CHANGING THE COOLANT
CAUTION
Stop the engine and wait until the engine and
the exhaust system have cooled down.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF COOLANT IN THE ENVIRONMENT
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Position the vehicle on the stand.
Remove the front cover, see 7.1.9 (REMOVING THE
FRONT COVER).
CAUTION
Do not remove the expansion tank cap when
the engine is hot, since the coolant is under
pressure and its temperature is high. If it gets in
contact with the skin or with clothes, it may
cause severe burns and/or damages.
Unscrew and remove the filling cap (1) from the expansion tank (2).
Put a container with at least 1500 cm3 capacity under
the base, in correspondence with the drain screw (3).
Unscrew and remove the drain screw (3).
Drain the coolant and let it drip into the container, then
put it in a container for the collection of fluids.
Screw and tighten the drain screw (3).Put 1200 cm3 of
coolant in the expansion tank (2).
Top up until the coolant reaches the “MAX” level approximately. Do not exceed this level, otherwise the
coolant will overflow while the engine is running.
Put back the filling cap (1).
Start the vehicle and allow engine to heat up
Check coolant level and, top up, if necessary.
Refit front cover, see 7.1.9 (REMOVING THE FRONT
COVER).
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2.6.
BRAKES
2.6.1.
BRAKES
IMPORTANT The brakes are the parts that most ensure your
safety and for this reason they must always be perfectly
working.
This vehicle is provided with front and rear hydraulic disc
brakes. When the disc pads wear out, the level of the fluid
decreases to automatically compensate for their wear.
The brake fluid tanks are positioned under the handlebar
cover, near the brake lever couplings.
Periodically check the brake fluid level in the tanks, see 2.1.2
(PERIODIC MAINTENANCE CHART).
CAUTION
Check the braking efficiency. In case of excessive
stroke of the brake lever, of excessive elasticity or in
case there is air in the circuit, check the seals and
the braking system components; then bleed the system.
NOTE These operations apply to both brakes.
CHECKING THE BRAKE FLUID LEVEL
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Move instrument cluster gomma aside.
Keep the vehicle in vertical position and rotate the
handlebar so that the fluid contained in the tank is parallel to the brake fluid tank cover.
•
Make sure that the fluid level exceeds the “MIN” notch
on the glass (1).
If the fluid does not reach the “MIN” notch:
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Provide for topping up.
TOPPING UP
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Remove pump cover (2).
Unscrew the two screws (3) of the brake fluid tank (4).
Remove the cover (5).
IMPORTANT In order not to spill the brake fluid while topping up, keep the fluid in the reservoir parallel to the reservoir rim (in horizontal position).
•
Remove the gasket (6).
IMPORTANT In order to reach the "MAX" level, top up until
covering the glass (1) completely, with the brake fluid reservoir rim parallel to the ground.
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CAUTION
The topping up to the "MAX" level can be carried out
only with new pads. The fluid level decreases progressively with the pad wear.
Do not top up to the "MAX" level with worn pads,
since this may cause an outflow of liquid when the
brake pads are changed.
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Fill the tank (4) with brake fluid, until it covers the glass
(1) completely.
To reassemble the components, follow the reverse order.
CHECKING BRAKE PADS FOR WEAR
IMPORTANT The following information refer to a single braking system, but are valid for both.
Check brake pads for wear, see 2.1.2 (PERIODIC MAINTENANCE CHART).
The wear of the disc brake pads depends on the use, on the
kind of drive and on the road.
CAUTION
Check the wear of the brake pads, especially before
every trip.
To carry out a rapid checking of the wear of the pads, proceed as follows:
•
Place the motorcycle on the centre stand.
•
Carry out a visual check between the brake calliper
and the pads, proceeding as follows:
from below, on the front part, for front brake calliper (7);
from below, on the rear part, for the rear brake calliper (8).
CAUTION
The excessive wear of the friction material would
cause the contact of the pad metal support with the
disc, with consequent metallic noise and production
of sparks from the calliper; braking efficiency, safety
and soundness of the disc would thus be negatively
affected.
•
When the lining material of even just one of the brake
pads is worn down to nearly 1.5 mm (0.05 in), change
both brake pads.
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Front brake pad (9).
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Rear brake pad (10).
BLEEDING THE BRAKING SYSTEM
The air, when present in the hydraulic circuit, absorbs most
of the pressure exerted by the brake pump and therefore reduces the effectiveness of the calliper action during the braking. The presence of air is signalled by the elasticity of the
brake control and by reduced braking capacity.
CAUTION
Since these conditions would be extremely dangerous for the vehicle and for the pilot, it is absolutely
important to bleed the hydraulic circuit after the reassembly of the brakes and the restoration of the
normal conditions of use.
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Remove pump cover (2).
Unscrew the two screws (3) of the brake fluid tank (4).
Remove the cover (5).
IMPORTANT It is advisable to keep the fluid in the tank parallel to the ground (horizontally), in order not to spill it while
topping up.
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Remove the gasket (6).
Make sure that the fluid covers the glass (1) completely
and top up if necessary.
Remove the protection cap (11) of the air valve.
Connect a transparent pipe (11) to the air valve (12).
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CAUTION
Do not dirt the pads or the disc with brake fluid.
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Put the free end of the transparent pipe inside a container.
Slowly and thoroughly pull the brake lever for two or
three times and do not release it.
Loosen the air valve (11), press the lever and check if
air bubbles still come out of the transparent pipe together with the brake fluid.
CAUTION
Before releasing the brake lever, close the air valve
(11) in order to prevent air from entering the brake
circuit.
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When only brake fluid flows out of the pipe, tighten the
air valve (11) and release the front brake lever.
IMPORTANT Repeat the last three operations until total
elimination of the air bubbles.
CAUTION
After reassembly, pull the brake lever repeatedly and
check the proper functioning of the braking system.
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2.7.
ENGINE OIL
2.7.1.
ENGINE OIL
Change engine oil at regular intervals, see 2.1.2 (PERIODIC
MAINTENANCE CHART).
IMPORTANT Use the recommended oil only, see 1.8.1 (TABLE OF LUBRICANTS).
Do not overfill (top up beyond the "Max" level).
CHECKING ENGINE OIL
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Place the motorcycle on firm and level ground.
Place the motorcycle on the centre stand.
WARNING
Allow the engine and exhaust system to cool
down before proceeding.
•
Stop the engine and allow it to cool, before draining the
oil in the crankcase, so that the oil itself is also cool.
IMPORTANT Proceeding without the preceding precautions
risks mistaking the engine oil level.
•
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Unscrew and remove the cap/dipstick (1).
Clean off any oil with a clean cloth.
Completely insert the cap/dispstick (1) into the filler
hole, but do not screw it.
•
Now remove the cap/dipstick (1) and read the oil level
off the dipstick.
Max = maximum level
Min = minimum level.
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The difference between the “MIN“ and “MAX“ levels is
about: 400 cc (24.4 cu in).
The correct level is just below the "Max" mark.
WARNING
Do not overfill (beyond the "Max" mark) or let
level drop below the "Min" mark, as this will
cause severe engine damage.
•
Top up as necessary.
TOPPING UP ENGINE OIL
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Pour a small quantity of oil into the filler hole and wait a
minute to allow the oil to flow into the crankcase.
Check the oil level, and top up again as necessary.
Top up with small amounts of oil until the prescribed
level is reached.
Tighten the cap/dipstick (1) securely at the end of the
operation.
IMPORTANT Do not use the vehicle if insufficiently lubricated or if the oil is dirty or of the wrong type, as this will increase the wear of moving parts and can result in serious
damage.
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ENGINE OIL AND FILTER CHANGE
•
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Place the motorcycle on firm and level ground.
Place the motorcycle on the centre stand.
WARNING
Allow the engine and exhaust system to cool
down before proceeding.
•
Stop the engine and allow it to cool, before draining the
oil in the crankcase, so that the oil itself is also cool.
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Unscrew and remove the cap/dipstick (1).
Place a container under the engine oil filter.
Loosen and remove engine oil filter (2).
WARNING
Used oil contains substances that are harmful
to the environment, even small quantities must
be disposed of in compliance with the regulations in force.
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Unscrew and remove the oil drain cap (3) and allow all
the engine oil to drain out.
Fit a new oil filter (2). Take care to lubricate filter Orings.
Refit and tighten the drain plug (3).
Refill through the engine oil filler hole with 1500 cc
(91.5 cu in) of oil.
Refit and tighten the cap/dipstick (1).
Start the engine and allow it to run for a few minutes.
Switch off and allow to cool.
Check the engine oil level.
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2.8.
THE TRANSMISSION OIL
2.8.1.
THE TRANSMISSION OIL
CHECKING THE TRANSMISSION OIL LEVEL
To check the transmission oil level, proceed as follows.
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Drive for a few miles until the engine reaches the normal running temperature, then stop it.
Position the vehicle on the stand.
Put a graduated container with at least 100 cmC capacity under the drain plug (1).
Unscrew the filling cap (2) and the oil drain plug (1).
Let all the oil flow out of the oil pan, measure the quantity and if it is less than 90 cmC, top up by adding the
lacking quantity.
Tighten the drain plug (1).
Inject the oil through the filling hole by means of a syringe or a similar system.
IMPORTANT To facilitate the filling of the oil pan, rotate the
wheel with your hands.
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Screw and tighten the filling cap (2).
CHANGING THE TRANSMISSION OIL
To ensure vehicle good efficiency and durability, see 2.1.2
(PERIODIC MAINTENANCE CHART).
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Drive for a few miles until the engine reaches the normal running temperature, then stop it.
Position the vehicle on the stand.
Put a graduated container with at least 100 cmC capacity under the drain plug (1).
Unscrew the filling cap (2) and the oil drain plug (1).
Let all the oil flow out of the oil pan.
Tighten the drain plug (1).
Pour 90 cmC of oil through the filling hole, by means of
a syringe or a similar system.
IMPORTANT To facilitate the filling of the oil pan, rotate the
wheel with your hands.
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Screw and tighten the filling cap (2).
WARNING
Tighten the filling cap and the drain plug thoroughly and make sure that there are no oil
leaks.
Periodically make sure that there are no leaks in
correspondence with the oil pan cover seal.
Do not use the vehicle with insufficient lubrication or with contaminated or unsuitable lubricants, since this would accelerate the wear of
the moving parts and may also cause irreparable failures.
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2.9.
2.9.1.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
FRONT END
FRONT END
CHECKING THE STEERING
Occasionally check the steering slack.
To check the steering:
•
Position the vehicle on the centre stand.
NOTE Prepare a support whose height should be: 185 mm
the support base must measure 200 x 200 mm.
•
Place the support under the vehicle and a spongy cloth
between them, so that the front wheel can move freely
and the vehicle cannot fall down.
WARNING
Make sure that the vehicle is stable..
•
Shake the fork in the riding direction (see figure).
WARNING
Do not shake the fork excessively, otherwise
stand movement could be perceived, thus giving an incorrect slack reading. Repeat the previous operation several times.
ADJUSTING THE BEARING SLACKS
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Remove the front inner shield, see 7.1.6 (REMOVING
THE INNER SHIELD).
Remove the two rear rivets (1) from diaphragm holder.
Loosen and remove the two screws (2).
Unscrew and remove the screws (3).
Move the diaphragm holder upwards.
Unscrew and remove the protection element (4).
Move the rubber gasket (5).
WARNING
Neither tighten, nor screw the adjusting nut (6)
too firmly, in order not to damage the bearings.
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Screw the adjusting nut (6) until you take up the slack.
Check the slack by shaking the fork in the driving direction and make sure that the steering rotates without
problems.
Hold the adjusting nut (6) and tighten the lock nut (5)
by means of a spanner.
Repeat slack check.
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INSPECTING THE FRONT
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With pulled front brake lever, push the fork repeatedly
downwards.
The stroke must be gentle and there must be no trace
of oil on the rods.
Check the fastening of all the components and the
functionality of the front and rear suspension joints.
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2.10. TAIL END
2.10.1.
TAIL END
CHECKING THE ENGINE FULCRUM AXIS
Periodically check the slack existing between the engine pin
bushings.
To carry out this operation, proceed as follows:
•
Position the vehicle on the centre stand.
•
Shake the wheel transversally with respect to the riding
direction.
•
If any slack should be noticed, check that all engine
fulcrum axis fasteners are securely tightened.
ADJUSTING THE REAR SUSPENSION
The rear suspension is constituted by a pair of double-action
shock absorbers (braking with compressed/extended shock
absorber) fixed to the engine by means of silent-blocks.
The shock absorbers are provided with a metal ring with five
positions, for the adjustment of the spring preload. The
standard adjustment, set by the manufacturer, is suitable for
a driver weighing about 70 kg.
If your weight and needs are different, adjust the ring nut (1)
with the appropriate spanner provided in the tool kit, thus
setting the ideal travelling conditions (see table).
CAUTION
Set both shock absorbers on the same position.
CAUTION
Before adjusting the spring preload, verify what
type of shock absorber is installed on the
vehicle:
- upper adjustment;
- lower adjustment.
ADJUSTMENT OF THE REAR SUSPENSION SPRING
PRELOAD
Adjusting
ring
Function
Attitude
Recommended
kind of road
Notes
Rotation arrow A
(*1) arrow B (*2)
Spring preload
increase
The vehicle is
more rigid
Smooth or normal
roads
Drive with passenger
Rotation arrow A
(*2) arrow B (*1)
Spring preload
decrease
The vehicle is less
rigid
Roads with uneven surface
Drive without passenger
(*1)= Rear suspension with lower adjustment.
(*2)= Rear suspension with upper adjustment.
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2.11. ACCELERATOR CONTROL
2.11.1.
ACCELERATOR CONTROL
IDLING ADJUSTMENT
Adjust the idling every time it is irregular.
To carry out this operation, proceed as follows:
•
Ride for a few miles until reaching the normal running
temperature, then stop the engine.
•
Position the vehicle on the centre stand.
•
Remove the left inspection cover, see 7.1.4
(REMOVING THE RIGHT AND LEFT INSPECTION
COVERS).
•
Connect an electronic revolution counter to the spark
plug cable.
•
Start the engine.
The engine minimum rpm must be approximately the
following: 1500 ± 100 rpm.
In this case the engine does not make the rear wheel rotate.
If necessary:
•
Act on the adjusting screw (1) positioned on the
carburettor.
By SCREWING IT (clockwise), you increase the engine
rpm.
By UNSCREWING IT (anticlockwise), you decrease the
engine rpm.
•
Act on the throttle grip, accelerating and decelerating a
few times to make sure that it functions correctly and to
check if the idling speed is constant.
ADJUSTING THE ACCELERATOR CONTROL
The idle stroke of the throttle grip must be 2 – 3 mm,
measured on the edge of the grip itself.
If this is not the case, proceed as follows:
•
Position the vehicle on the centre stand.
•
Withdraw the protection element (3).
•
Loosen the lock nut (4).
•
Rotate the adjuster (5) in such a way as to restore the
prescribed value.
•
After the adjustment, tighten the lock nut (4) and check
the idle stroke again.
•
Put back the protection element (3).
CAUTION
After the adjustment, make sure that the
rotation of the handlebar does not modify the
engine idling rpm and that the throttle grip
returns smoothly and automatically to its
original position after being released.
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2.12. WHEELS/TYRES
2.12.1.
WHEELS/TYRES
ISPEZIONE RUOTE
•
•
Make sure that the wheel rims are neither cracked, nor
deformed. Change them if necessary.
Check the wheel balancing. Make the wheel rotate
several times and observe the point on which it stops.
If the wheel is not statically balanced, it will always stop
on the same point. Put a balancing weight on the lightest (highest) point.
TYRESÙ
This vehicle is provided with tubeless tyres.
WARNING
Periodically check the tyre inflation pressure at
room temperature (once a month). If the tyres
are hot, the measurement is not correct. The
pressure must be measured with the tyres at
room temperature, that is, when the vehicle has
not covered more than 1 km (0.621 mi) in the
last 2 or 3 hours. Check the tread depth often
and if this is worn beyond the allowed limit (2
mm) (0.079 in), change the tyre. Swelling and
waves indicate that there are internal damages,
therefore the tyre must be immediately replaced.
Check the surface and the wear of the tyres,
since tyres in bad conditions can impair both
the grip and the controllability of the vehicle.
Change the tyre when it is worn out or in case
of puncture on the tread side, if the puncture is
larger than 5 mm (0.197 in).
After repairing a tyre, have the wheels balanced. Use only tyres in the size suggested by
aprilia. Do not install tyres with air tube on rims
for tubeless tyres and viceversa. Make sure that
the tyres always have their valve sealing caps
on, to prevent them from suddenly going flat. If
the tyres are new, they may still be covered
with a slippery film: drive carefully for the first
miles. Do not oil the tyres with unsuitable
fluids.
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LUBRICATION
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LUBRICATION
3
3-1
LUBRICATION
LEONARDO 250 - 300
CONTENTS
3.1.
LUBRICATION.............................................................................................................................3
3.1.1.
LUBRICATION ....................................................................................................................3
3-2
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3.1.
3.1.1.
LUBRICATION
LUBRICATION
LUBRICATION
The lubrication system is described in the engine workshop manual, see 0.1.2 (REFERENCE MANUALS).
3-3
FUEL SYSTEM
LEONARDO 250 - 300
FUEL SYSTEM
4
4-1
FUEL SYSTEM
LEONARDO 250 - 300
CONTENTS
4.1.
FUEL TANK ..................................................................................................................................................... 3
4.1.1.
FUEL SYSTEM DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................................... 3
4.1.2.
REMOVING THE FUEL TANK.................................................................................................................... 5
4.1.3.
REMOVING THE PUMP UNIT.................................................................................................................... 6
4.2.
AIR FILTER ..................................................................................................................................................... 7
4.2.1.
REMOVING THE AIR FILTER .................................................................................................................... 7
4.2.2.
REMOVING THE FILTER BOX .................................................................................................................. 8
4.3.
CARBURETTOR ............................................................................................................................................. 9
4.3.1.
CARBURETTOR DIAGRAM ....................................................................................................................... 9
4.3.2.
REMOVING THE CARBURETTOR .......................................................................................................... 11
4-2
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4.1.
4.1.1.
FUEL SYSTEM
FUEL TANK
FUEL SYSTEM DIAGRAM
Key:
1. Tank
2. Fuel pump filter
3. Fuel pump
4. Fuel supply pipe
5. Vacuum pipe
6. Fuel level sensor
7. Heater hosed
8. Induction manifold
4-3
FUEL SYSTEM
TANK AND FUEL PUMP
The fuel pump (3), positioned inside the fuel tank (1), is operated by the pulsating vacuum drawn from the induction
manifold (8) through the vacuum pipe (5). The fuel, driven by
the pump, flows into the fuel supply pipe (4) and reaches the
carburettor.
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4.1.2.
•
FUEL SYSTEM
REMOVING THE FUEL TANK
Position the vehicle on the central stand.
WARNING
Wait until the engine and the exhaust silencer
have completely cooled down.
•
•
Remove the footrest, see 7.1.5 (REMOVING THE
FOOTPEG).
Remove the lower shield, see 7.1.8 (REMOVING THE
LOWER SHIELD).
WARNING
Fuel vapours are noxious. Before proceeding,
make sure that the room in which you are working is properly ventilated. Do not inhale fuel vapours. Neither smoke, nor use free flames. Do
not dispose of fuel in the environment.
•
•
Drain the fuel tank completely.
Put the fuel in a container, plug it and keep it in a safe
place.
WARNING
Mark the pipes, in order to be able to reconnect
them correctly.
•
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•
Withdraw the two pipes (1-2) from the connections on
the filler neck.
Disconnect the electric connector (3) from the fuel level
gauge unit.
Working on the lower part of the vehicle, unscrew and
remove the screw (4) and take the relevant washer.
NOTE Before inserting the screw (4) (right side of the vehicle), position the guide of the accelerator cable and of the
rear brake pipe.
•
Remove the whole fuel tank, withdrawing it from below.
4-5
FUEL SYSTEM
4.1.3.
•
REMOVING THE PUMP UNIT
Remove the fuel tank, see 7.1.9 (REMOVING THE
REAR-VIEW MIRRORS).
WARNING
Handle with care. Upon removal, take care not
to damage the fuel gauge unit.
•
•
Rotate the fuel gauge unit (1) anticlockwise and extract
it with care.
Unscrew and remove the ten nuts (2) that fasten the
flange (3) to the fuel tank (4).
WARNING
Handle with care. Upon removal, take care not
to damage the fuel pump filter.
•
•
•
•
4-6
Withdraw the flange (3) complete with the fuel pump
unit.
Make sure that there are neither deposits, nor impurities on the filter and if necessary clean it.
Wash the inside of the fuel tank.
Withdraw the gasket (5); if it is damaged or its volume
has increased, replace it.
LEONARDO 250 - 300
LEONARDO 250 - 300
4.2.
FUEL SYSTEM
AIR FILTER
4.2.1.
REMOVING THE AIR FILTER
REMOVAL
•
•
•
-
Position the vehicle on the centre stand.
Unscrew and remove the five screws (1).
Remove:
filter case cover (2);
flame trap grid (3);
filtering element (4);
•
Check:
filtering element (4);
filter case gasket (6);
and change them if necessary.
4-7
FUEL SYSTEM
4.2.2.
REMOVING THE FILTER BOX
•
•
Release clip.
Remove blow-by pipe.
•
Loosen carburettor clip.
•
Release air filter box breather pipe.
•
•
Loosen and remove both retaining screws.
Remove filter box.
4-8
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
4.3.
4.3.1.
FUEL SYSTEM
CARBURETTOR
CARBURETTOR DIAGRAM
4-9
FUEL SYSTEM
LEONARDO 250 - 300
Key:
1. Float
2. Complete membrane
3. Cap
4. Screw
5. Screw
6. Pin
7. Metering rod stopper
8. Grommet
9. Gasket
10. Fuel inlet valve
11. Complete control valve
12. O-ring
13. Screw
14. Full-power jet
15. Idling jet
16. Plug
17. Screw
18. Spray nozzle
19. Complete membrane
20. Screw
21. Gasket
22. Screw
23. O-ring
24. Screw
25. Screw
26. Sensor
27. Membrane cover
28. Membrane + cover
29. Spring
30. Membrane
31. Tapered metering rod + membrane
32. Complete idle adjusting screw
33. Spring
34. Complete air screw
35. Screw
36. Complete tapered metering rod
PARTS
SPECIFICATIONS
250 cc
Intake manifold
Reg. number or name
Throttle tube
Connection
Float
5 SE A1
Ø 28 mm
To be fitted with nuts
10.5 g
Fuel inlet metering rod sear
Float chamber
Starting (man/auto)
Starter jet
Metering rod PTC / position.
WAX temp.
Throttle
Valve spring
Idle jet
Full-power jet
Min. air hole
Max. air hole
Throttle valve
Spray nozzle
Tapered metering rod / pos.
Rpm open mixer screw
Choke tube tubing
Notes
Ø 2.5 mm
Ø 6.5 mm
Ø 0.45 mm (1) 0.54 mm (2)
1P71 / (2/3)
11t = 1,0
30X-14334-00
44
120
Ø 0.90 mm
Ø 1.20 mm
(5.5 – Ø 3.0) mm
Ø 2.585 mm (marked 85)
SD 32 / (3/5)
1 ± 1/2
d.d.
Idle circuit heating, without TPS
4 - 10
SPECIFICATIONS
300 cc
Ø 28 4HC
TK 5SE
Ø 28 mm
To be fitted with nuts
10.5 g (float chamber level from surface 0.5 mm)
Ø 2.5 mm
AUTOCHOKE
Ø 0,45 mm / 0,54 mm
1P71 / (2/3)
(3.0 mm 24°C)
11t = 1,0
5SE-14286-00
#44 (Ø 0.8x2x4)
122
h at min. level – int. hole 5.5 – Ø 3.0
Ø 2,585 mm
SD 32 / (3/5)
2 ± 1/2
Idle circuit heating
LEONARDO 250 - 300
4.3.2.
•
•
REMOVING THE CARBURETTOR
•
Position the vehicle on the stand.
Remove the air filter box, see 4.2.2 (REMOVING THE
AIR FILTER BOX).
Remove the battery compartment, see 7.1.18 (REMOVING THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT).
Remove and close the two pipes (1-2) on heater.
•
Disconnect automatic starter connector.
•
Disconnect throttle position sensor connector.
•
Position the free end of the drain pipe (3) inside the
collection tank.
Loosen the drain screw (4) and wait until all the fuel
has flowed out (fuel present in the carburettor and in
the fuel header tank).
Tighten the drain screw (4) completely.
•
•
•
FUEL SYSTEM
4 - 11
FUEL SYSTEM
•
Disconnect the fuel delivery pipe (5) from the carburettor.
•
Completely unscrew the nut (6) that fixes the rigid bend
of the accelerator cable (7).
Withdraw the rigid bend of the accelerator cable (7)
from its seat.
Withdraw the accelerator cable head from the lever
coupling.
•
•
•
•
Loosen and remove the two nuts (8) from intake manifold.
Remove the carburettor completely.
4 - 12
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COOLING SYSTEM
LEONARDO 250 - 300
COOLING SYSTEM
5
5-1
COOLING SYSTEM
LEONARDO 250 - 300
CONTENTS
5.1.
COOLING SYSTEM DIAGRAM....................................................................................................3
5.1.1.
COOLING SYSTEM DIAGRAM ...........................................................................................3
5.2.
RADIATOR ..................................................................................................................................4
5.2.1.
REMOVING THE RADIATOR ..............................................................................................4
5.2.2.
REMOVING THE COOLING ELECTRIC FAN......................................................................5
5.2.3.
REMOVING THE COOLANT THERMAL SWITCH ...............................................................6
5.2.4.
REMOVING THE COOLANT THERMISTOR .......................................................................7
5.3.
COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR.........................................................................................8
5.3.1.
REMOVING COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR ............................................................8
5.4.
THE EXPANSION TANK..............................................................................................................9
5.4.1.
REMOVING THE EXPANSION TANK..................................................................................9
5-2
LEONARDO 250 - 300
5.1.
5.1.1.
COOLING SYSTEM
COOLING SYSTEM DIAGRAM
COOLING SYSTEM DIAGRAM
Key:
1. Electric fan
2. Return pipe
3. Thermal switch
4. Delivery pipe
5. Expansion reservoir
6. Expansion reservoir pipe – radiator
7. Breather pipe
8. Radiator
9. Water temperature sensor
Black arrow: indicates the heated fluid flowing to the radiator.
Grey arrow: indicates the cooled fluid flowing to the engine.
5-3
COOLING SYSTEM
5.2. RADIATOR
5.2.1.
•
REMOVING THE RADIATOR
•
Drain the coolant completely, see 2.5 (CHANGING
THE COOLANT).
Remove the front inner shield, see 7.1.6 (REMOVING
THE FRONT INNER SHIELD).
Remove the headlight, see 7.2.7 (REMOVING THE
HEADLIGHT).
Disconnect power connector (1).
•
Disconnect power connector (2).
•
•
IMPORTANT Get screwdriver-type pipe clamps, to replace
the original ones (special type without screw).
•
Cut the head of the pipe clamps (3) and (4).
IMPORTANT Upon reassembly, replace the clamps (3) and
(4) with the new ones.
•
•
Withdraw the two hoses (5) and (6) from the radiator
couplings.
Cut the head of the pipe clamp (7).
IMPORTANT Upon reassembly, replace the clamp (7) with
the new one.
•
Withdraw the breather pipe (8) from the radiator coupling.
•
Working from both sides, loosen and remove the
screws (9) from radiator mounting bracket.
•
Loosen and remove centre screw (10) from radiator
mounting bracket.
To remove radiator, slide it out from below.
•
WARNING
Proceed with care. Do not damage the radiator
fins.
•
5-4
Remove radiator electric fan
LEONARDO 250 - 300
LEONARDO 250 - 300
5.2.2.
•
•
•
•
COOLING SYSTEM
REMOVING THE COOLING ELECTRIC FAN
Remove headlight, see 7.2.7 (REMOVING THE
HEADLIGHT).
Disconnect the electric connector (1).
Unscrew and remove the three self-locking nuts (2)
and take the washers.
Withdraw the lower part of the bracket (3) from the
threaded pin and move it sidewards, thus releasing the
electric fan support (4).
IMPORTANT At reassembly, install the electric fan (4) and
then lower part of the bracket (3) inside threaded pin.
•
Withdraw the cooling electric fan unit (in the direction of
travel), releasing it from the threaded pins.
5-5
COOLING SYSTEM
5.2.3.
•
REMOVING THE COOLANT THERMAL
SWITCH
Position the vehicle on the central stand.
IMPORTANT Stop the engine and wait until the radiator has
cooled down.
•
•
Remove the front inner shield, see 7.1.6 (REMOVING
THE FRONT INNER SHIELD).
Disconnect connector (1).
WARNING
DO NOT DISPOSE OF THE COOLANT IN THE
ENVIRONMENT.
When the thermal switch (2) is unscrewed and
removed, a small quantity of coolant will flow
out of the thermal switch seating.
Get a container with at least 1l (1,816 pt) capacity to collect the coolant.
Put a cloth at the base of the radiator, to absorb
the coolant that might have been spilt.
•
Unscrew and remove the thermal switch (2) and take
the washer.
WARNING
Upon reassembly, apply LOCTITE® 572 on the
threading of the thermal switch (2).
5-6
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
5.2.4.
•
•
•
•
COOLING SYSTEM
REMOVING THE COOLANT THERMISTOR
Drain the coolant completely, see 2.5 (COOLANT).
Remove battery compartment, see 7.1.18 (REMOVING
BATTERY COMPARTMENT)
Disconnect the electric connector (1).
Unscrew and remove the thermistor (2).
WARNING
Upon reassembly, apply LOCTITE® 515 on the
threading of the thermistor (2).
5-7
COOLING SYSTEM
5.3. COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR
5.3.1.
•
REMOVING COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Position the vehicle on the central stand.
IMPORTANT Stop the engine and wait until the radiator has
cooled down.
•
•
Remove the front inner shield, see 7.1.6 (REMOVING
THE FRONT INNER SHIELD)
Disconnect connector (1).
WARNING
DO NOT DISPOSE OF THE COOLANT IN THE
ENVIRONMENT.
When sensor (2) is unscrewed and removed, a
small quantity of coolant will flow out of the
sensor seating.
Get a container with at least 1l (1.816 pt) capacity to collect the coolant.
Put a cloth at the base of the radiator, to absorb
the coolant that might have been spilt.
•
Unscrew and remove sensor (2) and take the washer.
WARNING
Upon reassembly, apply LOCTITE® 572 on the
threading of the thermal switch (2).
5-8
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
COOLING SYSTEM
5.4. THE EXPANSION TANK
5.4.1.
•
•
REMOVING THE EXPANSION TANK
Position the vehicle on the central stand.
Remove the front inner shield, see 7.1.6 (REMOVING
THE FRONT INNER SHIELD).
WARNING
DO NOT DISPOSE OF THE COOLANT IN THE
ENVIRONMENT.
When the hose (1) is withdrawn, the coolant
present in the expansion tank (2) will flow out.
Get a container with at least 1l capacity to collect the coolant. Put a cloth under the expansion tank, to absorb the coolant that might have
been spilt.
IMPORTANT Get pipe clamps screwdriver-type to replace
the original ones (special type without screw).
•
Cut the clamp head (3).
•
Withdraw the hose (4) from the expansion tank coupling.
Cut the clamp head (5).
Withdraw the hose (1) from the expansion tank coupling (1).
Promptly put the container under the expansion tank
and collect the coolant.
•
•
•
WARNING
The coolant is noxious.
Keep the container in a safe place.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN
•
•
Unscrew and remove the two screws (6).
Remove the expansion (2) tank.
5-9
ENGINE
LEONARDO 250 - 300
ENGINE
6
6-1
ENGINE
LEONARDO 250 - 300
CONTENTS
6.1.
EXHAUST SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................................ 3
6.1.1.
REMOVING THE EXHAUST SYSTEM....................................................................................................... 3
6.2.
REMOVING AND INSTALLING THE ENGINE ................................................................................................ 4
6.2.1.
REMOVING ENGINE FROM FRAME......................................................................................................... 4
6.2.2.
REFITTING ENGINE TO FRAME............................................................................................................. 11
6-2
LEONARDO 250 - 300
6.1.
6.1.1.
•
ENGINE
EXHAUST SYSTEM
REMOVING THE EXHAUST SYSTEM
Rise vehicle on centre stand.
WARNING
Wait until the engine and the exhaust silencer
have completely cooled down
•
Loosen and remove the two nuts (1) from exhaust
manifold.
CAUTION At reassembly, change seal between exhaust
manifold and silencer.
•
Loosen and remove top screw (2).
•
•
Loosen and remove the two bottom screws (3).
Remove the exhaust system (4).
6-3
ENGINE
6.2.
6.2.1.
•
REMOVING AND INSTALLING THE ENGINE
REMOVING ENGINE FROM FRAME
•
Remove tail guard, see 7.1.3 (REMOVING TAIL
GUARD).
Remove rear mudguard, see 7.1.16 (REMOVING
REAR MUDGUARD).
Remove the battery compartment, see 7.1.18 (REMOVING THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT).
Drain off cooling system, see 2.5 (COOLANT).
•
•
Release clip.
Remove cooling pipe from cylinder head.
•
•
Release clip.
Remove cooling pipe from pump.
•
•
Release clip.
Remove blow-by pipe.
•
•
6-4
LEONARDO 250 - 300
LEONARDO 250 - 300
•
Release clip on carburettor.
•
Release air filter box breather pipe.
•
•
Loosen and remove both retaining screws.
Remove filter box.
•
Remove accelerator cable.
ENGINE
6-5
ENGINE
•
•
Remove clip.
Remove fuel pipe from carburettor and then block it
off.
•
•
Remove clip.
Remove vacuum pipe from intake manifold.
•
•
Remove clip.
Remove secondary air pipe from secondary air filter.
•
•
Loosen and remove the two screws.
Remove brake calliper.
6-6
LEONARDO 250 - 300
LEONARDO 250 - 300
•
Disconnect spark plug cap.
•
Disconnect the two generator connectors.
•
Remove both starter motor cables.
•
Disconnect earth cable.
ENGINE
6-7
ENGINE
•
Disconnect thermistor connector.
•
Disconnect automatic starter connector.
•
Disconnect throttle position sensor motor connector.
•
Loosen and remove both bottom screws from rear
shock absorbers.
6-8
LEONARDO 250 - 300
LEONARDO 250 - 300
•
Place a stand under engine.
•
Working on both sides, loosen engine link rod top
screw.
•
•
Loosen and remove nut.
Slide out pin.
ENGINE
6-9
ENGINE
•
To remove engine, slide it out from behind.
6 - 10
LEONARDO 250 - 300
LEONARDO 250 - 300
6.2.2.
ENGINE
REFITTING ENGINE TO FRAME
•
•
Fit the engine to the frame.
Raise engine until holes are aligned.
•
•
Install pin.
Tighten nut.
•
Working on both sides, tighten engine link rod top
screw.
6 - 11
ENGINE
•
•
Refit rear shock absorbers.
Tighten screws on both rear shock absorbers.
•
Connect throttle position sensor motor connector.
•
Connect automatic starter connector.
6 - 12
LEONARDO 250 - 300
LEONARDO 250 - 300
•
Connect thermistor connector.
•
Re-route earth cable.
•
Re-route both starter motor cables.
•
Connect the two generator connectors.
ENGINE
6 - 13
ENGINE
•
Refit spark plug cap.
•
•
Refit brake callipers into its seating.
Tighten the two screws.
•
•
Reconnect pipe to secondary air filter.
Secure pipe with a new clip.
•
•
Re-route vacuum pipe inside intake manifold.
Secure pipe with clip.
6 - 14
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
•
•
Refit fuel pipe inside carburettor.
Secure pipe with clip.
•
•
Reconnect accelerator cable.
Adjust clearance, see 2.11 (ACCELERATOR).
•
•
Refit air filter box hose to carburettor.
Secure it to carburettor with clip.
•
•
Align filter box holes with casing holes.
Tighten filter box screws.
ENGINE
6 - 15
ENGINE
•
Refit filter box breather pipe into its seating.
•
•
Re-connect the blow-by pipe to the air filter box.
Secure pipe with a new clip.
•
•
Refit cooling pipe to pump.
Secure pipe with clip.
•
•
Refit cooling pipe to cylinder head.
Secure pipe with clip.
6 - 16
LEONARDO 250 - 300
LEONARDO 250 - 300
•
•
•
•
ENGINE
Refit tail guard, see 7.1.3 (REMOVING TAIL GUARD).
Refit rear mudguard, see 7.1.16 (REMOVING REAR
MUDGUARD).
Refit the battery compartment, see 7.1.18 (REMOVING
THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT).
Fill the cooling system, see 2.5 (COOLANT).
6 - 17
CYCLE PARTS
LEONARDO 250 - 300
CYCLE PARTS
7
7-1
CYCLE PARTS
LEONARDO 250 - 300
CONTENTS
7.1.
BODY .............................................................................................................................................................. 4
7.1.1.
REMOVING THE SADDLE .................................................................................................................... 4
7.1.2.
REMOVING THE REAR GRAB RAIL..................................................................................................... 5
7.1.3.
REMOVING THE REAR PART OF THE FAIRING ................................................................................ 6
7.1.4.
REMOVING RIGHT AND LEFT INSPECTION COVERS ...................................................................... 8
7.1.5.
REMOVING THE FOOTPEGS............................................................................................................... 9
7.1.6.
REMOVING THE FRONT INNER SHIELD .......................................................................................... 10
7.1.7.
REMOVING THE FRONT OUTER SHIELD......................................................................................... 12
7.1.8.
REMOVING THE LOWER SHIELD ..................................................................................................... 13
7.1.9.
REMOVING THE FRONT COVER ...................................................................................................... 15
7.1.10.
REMOVING THE BUMPERS............................................................................................................... 16
7.1.11.
REMOVING THE WINDSHIELD .......................................................................................................... 17
7.1.12.
REMOVING THE FRONT FAIRING..................................................................................................... 18
7.1.13.
REMOVING THE FRONT HANDLEBAR COVER................................................................................ 19
7.1.14.
REMOVING THE REAR HANDLEBAR COVER .................................................................................. 20
7.1.15.
REMOVING THE FRONT MUDGUARD .............................................................................................. 21
7.1.16.
REMOVING THE REAR MUDGUARD................................................................................................. 22
7.1.17.
REMOVING THE CRASH HELMET COMPARTMENT........................................................................ 23
7.1.18.
REMOVING THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT ................................................................................... 24
7.2.
ELECTRIC PARTS ........................................................................................................................................ 25
7.2.1.
REMOVING THE BATTERY ................................................................................................................ 25
7.2.2.
REMOVING THE CONTROL UNIT...................................................................................................... 27
7.2.3.
REMOVING THE VOLTAGE REGULATOR ........................................................................................ 28
7.2.4.
REMOVING THE DASHBOARD.......................................................................................................... 29
7.2.5.
REMOVING THE HEADLIGHT ............................................................................................................ 30
7.2.6.
REMOVING THE FRONT DIRECTION INDICATORS......................................................................... 32
7.2.7.
REMOVING THE REAR LIGHT ........................................................................................................... 34
7.2.8.
REMOVING THE NUMBER PLATE BULB .......................................................................................... 35
7.2.9.
REMOVING THE COIL ........................................................................................................................ 36
7.2.10.
REMOVING THE SERVICE WARNING LIGHT CONTROL UNIT (FOR LEONARDO 250 ONLY)...... 37
7.2.11.
REMOVING THE IGNITION SWITCH/STEERING LOCK.................................................................... 38
7.3.
CONTROLS................................................................................................................................................... 39
7.3.1.
REMOVING THE THROTTLE CONTROL ........................................................................................... 39
7.3.2.
REMOVING THE REAR BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER....................................................................... 40
7.3.3.
REMOVING THE LEFT HANDGRIP .................................................................................................... 41
7.3.4.
REMOVING THE FRONT BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER .................................................................... 42
7.4.
FRAME .......................................................................................................................................................... 43
7.4.1.
REMOVING HANDLEBARS ................................................................................................................ 43
7.4.2.
REMOVING THE SIDE STAND ........................................................................................................... 44
7.4.3.
REMOVING THE CENTRAL STAND................................................................................................... 45
7.4.4.
REMOVING PASSENGER FOOTREST .............................................................................................. 46
7.5.
FRONT WHEEL............................................................................................................................................. 47
7.5.1.
FRONT WHEEL DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................. 47
7.5.2.
REMOVAL............................................................................................................................................ 48
7.5.3.
CHANGING THE BEARINGS .............................................................................................................. 49
7.5.4.
CHECKING FRONT WHEEL PARTS .................................................................................................. 50
7.6.
REAR WHEEL ............................................................................................................................................... 51
7.6.1.
REAR WHEEL DIAGRAM.................................................................................................................... 51
7.6.2.
REMOVING THE REAR WHEEL ......................................................................................................... 52
7.7.
FRONT BRAKE ............................................................................................................................................. 53
7.7.1.
FRONT BRAKE DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................. 53
7.7.2.
REPLACING THE FRONT BRAKE PADS ........................................................................................... 54
7.7.3.
CHECKING FRONT BRAKE DISC ...................................................................................................... 55
7.7.4.
REMOVING THE FRONT BRAKE DISC.............................................................................................. 56
7.8.
REAR BRAKE................................................................................................................................................ 57
7.8.1.
REAR BRAKE DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................... 57
7.8.2.
REPLACING THE REAR BRAKE PADS.............................................................................................. 58
7.8.3.
CHECKING THE REAR BRAKE DISC................................................................................................. 59
7.8.4.
REMOVING THE REAR BRAKE DISC ................................................................................................ 60
7.9.
STEERING .................................................................................................................................................... 61
7.9.1.
STEERING DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................................... 61
7.9.2.
REMOVING THE STEERING STEM ................................................................................................... 62
7.9.3.
CHECKING STEERING COMPONENTS ............................................................................................ 64
7.10.
FRONT FORK ............................................................................................................................................... 65
7.10.1.
FORNT FORK DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................... 65
7.10.2.
CHECKING THE OIL LEVEL ............................................................................................................... 66
7.10.3.
REMOVING FORK LEG/SLIDER ASSEMBLY .................................................................................... 67
7.10.4.
DISASSEMBLING THE FORK LEG/SLIDER UNIT ............................................................................. 68
7-2
LEONARDO 250 - 300
CYCLE PARTS
7.10.5.
CHECKING THE COMPONENTS ........................................................................................................70
7.11.
REAR SUSPENSION .....................................................................................................................................71
7.11.1.
REMOVING THE SHOCK ABSORBER................................................................................................71
7.11.2.
REMOVING LINKAGES........................................................................................................................72
7.11.3.
REASSEMBLING LINKAGES...............................................................................................................73
7-3
CYCLE PARTS
7.1.
7.1.1.
•
•
•
•
7-4
BODY
REMOVING THE SADDLE
Position the vehicle on the central stand.
Lift the saddle.
Unscrew and remove the four screws (1).
Remove the saddle.
LEONARDO 250 - 300
LEONARDO 250 - 300
7.1.2.
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING THE REAR GRAB RAIL
•
Remove the four screws (1).
•
Remove grab rail cover.
•
Loosen and remove the four screws(2).
•
Remove rear grab rail.
7-5
CYCLE PARTS
7.1.3.
•
REMOVING THE REAR PART OF THE FAIRING
•
•
Remove rear grab rail, see 7.1.2 (REMOVING THE
REAR GRAB RAIL).
Remove side inspection covers, see 7.1.4 (REMOVING RIGHT AND LEFT INSPECTION COVERS).
Raise fuel filler cap flap.
Loosen and remove the two screws (1).
•
Working on both sides, loosen and remove screw.
•
Loosen and remove the four rear screws (2-3).
•
Loosen and remove the eight top screws (4).
•
7-6
LEONARDO 250 - 300
LEONARDO 250 - 300
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
Move tail guard aside and disconnect connector.
Remove the rear part of the fairing.
7-7
CYCLE PARTS
7.1.4.
REMOVING RIGHT AND LEFT INSPECTION
COVERS
NOTE the following operations refer to a single inspection
cover, but apply to both of them.
•
Remove rubber footrest mat.
•
Loosen and remove the screw.
•
To remove the inspection cover, slide it out of the fixed
joints.
7-8
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
7.1.5.
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING THE FOOTPEGS
Remove right and left inspection covers, see 7.1.4
(REMOVING RIGHT AND LEFT INSPECTION COVERS).
Working on both sides, loosen and remove the seven
screws (1-2).
•
•
Raise fuel filler cap flap.
Loosen and remove the two screws (3).
•
Remove tank filler cap.
•
Remove footpeg.
7-9
CYCLE PARTS
7.1.6.
•
REMOVING THE FRONT INNER SHIELD
•
•
Remove the outer front shield, see 7.1.7 (REMOVING
THE FRONT OUTER SHIELD.
Remove the two bumpers, see 7.1.10 (REMOVING
THE BUMPERS).
Loosen and remove the two screws (1).
Remove helmet hook (2).
•
Loosen and remove screw.
•
Remove the two screws (3) under handlebars.
•
Working on both sides, loosen and remove the three
screws (4).
•
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•
•
Remove rubber footrest mats.
Working on both sides, loosen and remove screw (5).
•
Working on both sides, loosen and remove screw.
•
Working on both sides, loosen and remove screw.
•
Remove front inner shield.
CYCLE PARTS
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7.1.7.
•
REMOVING THE FRONT OUTER SHIELD
Position the vehicle on the central stand on a lifting
platform, with the front wheel protruding from the platform edge.
WARNING
Put a proper support under the vehicle, in order
to prevent it from falling down.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Remove the front cover, see 7.1.9 (REMOVING THE
FRONT COVER).
Remove the front mudguard, see 7.1.15 (REMOVING
THE FRONT MUDGUARD).
Remove the front wheel, see 7.5.2 (FRONT WHEEL).
Remove the front inner shield, see 7.1.6 (REMOVING
THE FRONT INNER SHIELD).
Unscrew and remove the front screw (1) (under the
headlight).
Move shield ahead, while holding it with your hand.
Disconnect the front light main connector (11).
Lift the platform at 50-60 cm from the ground, in order
to be able to withdraw the front outer shield from the
front fork comfortably.
Withdraw the outer shield (complete with headlight unit
and direction indicators) from the front fork.
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7.1.8.
•
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING THE LOWER SHIELD
Remove passenger footpegs, see 7.4.4 (REMOVING
PASSENGER FOOTPEGS).
Position the vehicle on the central stand.
Working on both sides, remove the footrest mat.
•
Working on both sides, unscrew and remove the four
screws (1).
•
Working on both sides, unscrew and remove the screw
(2)
•
Working on both sides, unscrew and remove the
screw.
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•
Unscrew and remove the four screws (3).
WARNING
Proceed with care.
Do not damage the tangs and/or the relevant
seatings. Handle the painted components with
care and avoid scraping or damaging them.
•
•
•
Withdraw the battery breather pipe from the exhaust
connection on the lower left part of the fairing.
Withdraw the lower left part of the fairing from the side
stand and remove it.
Remove the lower right part of the fairing.
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7.1.9.
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING THE FRONT COVER
Position the vehicle on the central stand.
Unscrew and remove the two rear screws (1).
WARNING
Proceed with care. Do not damage the tangs
and/or the relevant seatings. Handle the painted
components with care and avoid scraping or
damaging them.
•
•
Unscrew and remove the two front screws (2).
Remove the front cover (3).
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7.1.10.
REMOVING THE BUMPERS
NOTE the following operations refer to one bumper, but they
apply to both of them.
•
Unscrew and remove the three screws (1).
•
Remove bumper.
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7.1.11.
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING THE WINDSHIELD
Unscrew and remove the four screws (1).
Remove the windshield (2).
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7.1.12.
•
•
•
REMOVING THE FRONT FAIRING
Remove the windshield, see 7.1.11 (REMOVING THE
WINDSHIELD).
Unscrew and remove the five screws (1).
Remove the front fairing (2).
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7.1.13.
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING THE FRONT HANDLEBAR COVER
Remove the front fairing, see 7.1.12 (REMOVING THE
FRONT FAIRING).
Working on both sides, unscrew and remove the two
screws (1) and remove mounting bracket (2).
•
Unscrew and remove the three screws (3).
•
Working on both sides, unscrew and remove the two
screws (4-5).
•
Remove front handlebar cover.
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7.1.14.
•
REMOVING THE REAR HANDLEBAR COVER
•
Remove front handlebar cover, see 7.1.13 (REMOVING THE FRONT HANDLEBAR COVER).
Unscrew and remove the three screws (1).
•
Unscrew and remove the three screws (2).
•
Unscrew and remove screw (3).
•
To remove rear handlebar cover, release it from
switches.
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7.1.15.
•
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING THE FRONT MUDGUARD
Position the vehicle on the central stand.
Working on both sides, unscrew and remove the two
screws (1).
Remove the mudguard (2) by withdrawing it from the
front part of the vehicle.
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7.1.16.
REMOVING THE REAR MUDGUARD
•
Unscrew and remove side screw.
•
Unscrew and remove top screw.
•
Remove rear mudguard.
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7.1.17.
•
•
•
•
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REMOVING THE CRASH HELMET COMPARTMENT
Remove any object (crash helmet, tool kit, use and
maintenance manual, etc.) from the crash helmet compartment.
Remove the battery compartment, see 7.1.18 (REMOVING THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT).
Remove the rear part of the fairing, see 7.1.3 (REMOVING THE REAR PART OF THE FAIRING).
Unscrew and remove the five screws (1), and then remove:
Starting relay (2);
Control unit (3);
Voltage regulator (4);
Service control unit (for Leonardo 250, only) (5).
•
Unscrew and remove the two screws (6) and remove
filter (7).
•
Withdraw the electric cables of the battery, fuse carrier
and service warning light reset switch (for Leonardo
250, only) through the suitable holes.
•
Unscrew and remove the two screws (8) rear part of
the frame.
Lower the saddle.
Remove the crash helmet compartment complete with
the saddle, by lifting it vertically.
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
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7.1.18.
•
•
REMOVING THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT
Remove battery, see 7.2.1 (REMOVING THE BATTERY).
Release fuses from their seating.
•
Disconnect service warning light reset connector (for
Leonardo 250, only).
•
•
Unscrew and remove the four screws i (1).
Remove battery compartment (2).
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7.2.
7.2.1.
CYCLE PARTS
ELECTRIC PARTS
REMOVING THE BATTERY
•
•
Raise saddle.
Unscrew and remove the two screws.
•
Remove battery cover.
•
Disconnect battery cables (always disconnect positive
cable first, and then negative one).
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•
•
Slide breather pipe out of battery.
Remove battery.
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
7.2.2.
•
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING THE CONTROL UNIT
Remove tail guard, see 7.1.3 (REMOVING TAIL
GUARD).
Disconnect connector (1).
Unscrew and remove the two screws (2) and remove
the control unit (3).
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7.2.3.
•
•
•
REMOVING THE VOLTAGE REGULATOR
Remove tail guard, see 7.1.3 (REMOVING TAIL
GUARD).
Disconnect connectors (1).
Unscrew and remove the two screws (2) and remove
voltage regulator (3).
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7.2.4.
•
•
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING THE DASHBOARD
Remove the rear handlebar cover, see7.1.14 (REMOVING THE REAR HANDLEBAR COVER).
Disconnect the speedometer/odometer cable (1) from
the dashboard.
Disconnect the two electric connectors (3-4).
Withdraw the dashboard (14).
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7.2.5.
•
•
REMOVING THE HEADLIGHT
Remove the front inner shield, see 7.1.6 (REMOVING
THE FRONT INNER SHIELD).
Unscrew and remove the two screws (1) complete with
washer.
•
Remove the air deflector.
•
Disconnect the front light main connector.
•
Working on both sides, unscrew and remove the two
screws (2).
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•
CYCLE PARTS
Withdraw the headlight from the front part of the vehicle and remove it.
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7.2.6.
REMOVING THE FRONT DIRECTION INDICATORS
NOTE the following operations refer to one direction indicator, but they apply to both of them.
•
•
Position the vehicle on the central stand.
Unscrew and remove the screw.
WARNING
Upon reassembly, tighten the screw carefully,
without exerting too much pressure, in order to
avoid damaging the glass protection cover.
•
Remove the glass protection cover.
•
Unscrew and remove the screw.
•
Extract the indicator as much as necessary to disconnect its two electric terminals.
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•
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Remove the indicator complete with bulb (9).
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7.2.7.
•
•
•
•
•
•
REMOVING THE REAR LIGHT
Remove the rear part of the fairing, see 7.1.3 (REMOVING THE REAR PART OF THE FAIRING).
Remove the plate number light, see 7.2.8 (REMOVING
THE NUMBER PLATE LIGHT).
Unscrew and remove the four screws (1).
Remove the number plate holder (2) and release the
number plate light wiring.
Unscrew and remove screw (3).
Remove the rear light.
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7.2.8.
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING THE NUMBER PLATE BULB
•
•
Unscrew and remove screw (1).
Remove the number plate light (2).
•
Remove the number plate bulb (3).
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7.2.9.
•
•
•
REMOVING THE COIL
Remove the rear part of fairing, see 7.1.3 (REMOVING
THE REAR PART OF FAIRING).
Disconnect connectors (1).
Unscrew and remove the two screws (2), and remove
coil (3).
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
7.2.10.
•
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING THE SERVICE WARNING LIGHT
CONTROL UNIT (FOR LEONARDO 250 ONLY)
Remove the rear part of fairing, see 7.1.3 (REMOVING
THE REAR PART OF FAIRING).
Disconnect connector (1).
Unscrew and remove screw (2), and remove service
warning light control unit (3).
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7.2.11.
•
REMOVING THE IGNITION SWITCH/STEERING
LOCK
•
Remove the front inner shield, see 7.1.4 (REMOVING
THE FRONT INNER SHIELD).
Disconnect the electric connector (1).
•
•
Unscrew and remove the two screws (2).
Remove the ignition switch/steering lock (3).
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7.3.
7.3.1.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
CONTROLS
REMOVING THE THROTTLE CONTROL
Remove rear handlebar cover, see7.1.14 (REMOVING
THE REAR HANDLEBAR COVER).
Unscrew and remove screw (1).
Remove balancing weight (2).
Unscrew and remove the two screws (3).
Remove throttle cable cover (4).
Release throttle cable (5).
Slide out throttle control
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7.3.2.
•
•
•
•
REMOVING THE REAR BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER
Remove rear handlebar cover, see 7.1.14 (REMOVING
THE REAR HANDLEBAR COVER).
Unscrew the two screws (1).
Remove brace (2).
Remove rear brake master cylinder, but do not disconnect it from brake line.
If necessary, remove the whole rear brake master cylinder.
•
•
Drain all fluid off rear brake system, see 2.6
(BRAKES).
Unscrew and remove screw (3). Keep safety washers.
•
Remove rear brake master cylinder.
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7.3.3.
•
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING THE LEFT HANDGRIP
Unscrew and remove screw (1).
Remove balancing weight (2).
Remove handgrip (3).
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7.3.4.
•
•
•
•
REMOVING THE FRONT BRAKE MASTER
CYLINDER
Remove rear handlebar cover, see 7.1.14 (REMOVING
THE REAR HANDLEBAR COVER).
Unscrew the two screws (1).
Remove brace (2).
Remove front brake master cylinder, but do not disconnect it from brake line.
If necessary, remove the whole rear brake master cylinder.
•
•
Drain all fluid off brake system, see 2.6 (BRAKES).
Unscrew and remove screw (3). Keep safety washers.
•
Remove front brake master cylinder.
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7.4.
7.4.1.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
FRAME
REMOVING HANDLEBARS
Remove the instrument cluster, see 7.2.4 (REMOVING
THE INSTRUMENT CLUSTER).
Remove the throttle control, see 7.3.1 (REMOVING
THE THROTTLE CONTROL).
Remove rear brake master cylinder, see 7.3.2 (REMOVING REAR BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER).
Remove left handgrip, see 7.3.3 (REMOVING LEFT
HANDGRIP).
Remove front brake master cylinder, see 7.3.4 (REMOVING FRONT BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER).
Unscrew and remove nut (1). Remove screw and keep
washers.
Remove handlebars.
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7.4.2.
•
•
REMOVING THE SIDE STAND
Position the vehicle on the central stand.
Remove the lower left shield, see 7.1.8 (REMOVING
THE LOWER SHIELD).
WARNING
Work with the side stand in rest position.
•
Withdraw the plate (1) from the anchorage pin.
NOTE Upon reassembly, correctly position the plate (1) on
the springs (2) and (3) before anchoring it to the pin.
•
•
Unscrew and remove the screw (4) and take the nut
(5).
Remove the side stand (6).
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7.4.3.
•
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING THE CENTRAL STAND
Position the vehicle on the side stand.
WARNING
Wait until the engine and the exhaust silencer
have completely cooled down.
•
•
Working on both sides, disconnect the spring (1) from
the stand hook (2).
Remove split pin (3) and slide out pin (3) from the opposite side. Keep washer.
NOTE At reassembly, change split pin (3).
•
Remove the central stand (5).
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7.4.4.
REMOVING PASSENGER FOOTREST
NOTE the following operations refer to a single passenger
footrest, but apply to both of them.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Position the vehicle on the central stand.
Rotate the passenger footrest (1) in the position of use.
Remove the split pin (2).
Lift the upper edge of the footrest rubber part (3).
Withdraw and remove the pin (4).
Remove passenger footrest (1).
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7.5.
7.5.1.
CYCLE PARTS
FRONT WHEEL
FRONT WHEEL DIAGRAM
Key:
1. Wheel pin
2. Speedometer control
3. Bearing
4. Inner spacer ring
5. Complete wheel
6. Outer spacer ring
7. Washer
8. Nut
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7.5.2.
REMOVAL
WARNING
While disassembling/reassembling the wheel,
take care not to damage the brake pipe, the
disc and the pads.
•
Position the vehicle on the central stand.
WARNING
Place a support under the vehicle, so that the
front wheel has enough space to move and the
vehicle cannot fall down.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Unscrew and remove the two screws (9).
Remove the brake caliper (10), by carefully withdrawing it from the brake disc.
Loosen the screw of the wheel pin clamp (11).
Lock the wheel pin (12) by means of an hexagon
spanner.
Unscrew and remove the nut (13), taking the washer.
Push the wheel pin (12), by carefully working on the
threaded end and using a rubber hammer if necessary.
NOTE Check the arrangement of the parts, washers and
spacer ring, in order to be able to reassemble them correctly.
•
•
•
Support the front wheel and extract the wheel pin
manually.
Remove the wheel.
Disconnect the tang of the speedometer/odometer control (6).
WARNING
Never pull the front brake lever after removing
the wheel, otherwise the caliper piston may go
out of its seat, thus causing the outflow of the
brake fluid.
•
Take the washer and the spacer ring.
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7.5.3.
CYCLE PARTS
CHANGING THE BEARINGS
WARNING
The bearings must be checked and if necessary
changed every time they are removed.
•
Clean the two sides of the hub with a cloth.
Disassembly
Work on the left side of the vehicle:
•
Insert a punch (not pointed) in the wheel hub, act on
the inner ring of the right bearing (1), changing the
contact points in rotation (90°), in order not to misalign
the bearing itself.
•
Extract the right bearing (1).
•
Extract the spacer ring (2).
Work on the right side of the vehicle:
WARNING
Keep the punch perpendicular to the bearing
(coaxial to the wheel axis), in order not to misalign and damage the bearing itself.
•
•
Insert a punch with 15 mm diameter in the wheel hub
and place it on the inner ring of the left bearing (3).
Strike the punch more than once and not too violently
with a rubber hammer and extract the bearing.
Reassembly
•
•
Work on the right side of the vehicle:
Rest the bearing on the wheel hub.
WARNING
Keep the punch perpendicular to the bearing
(coaxial to the wheel axis), in order not to misalign and damage the bearing itself..
•
•
•
Put a punch with 31 mm diameter on the outer edge of
the bearing.
Strike the punch more than once and not too violently
with a rubber hammer and insert the right bearing (1)
completely.
Insert the spacer ring (2).
Work on the left side of the vehicle:
•
Repeat the first three operations for the left bearing (3).
WARNING
Check the centering of the bearings with
respect to the wheel hub.
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7.5.4.
CHECKING FRONT WHEEL PARTS
WARNING
Check the integrity of all the components and
in particular those indicated below.
Bearings
•
Manually rotate the inner ring (1), which should rotate
without jamming and/or noise. There should be no axial slacks. The bearings that show signs of the malfunctions mentioned above must be changed.
WARNING
Apply grease on the balls (or rollers) on both
sides of each bearing, see 1.7 (LUBRICANT
CHART). This operation is not necessary if the
bearing is self-lubricating.
Wheel pin
•
Check the eccentricity of the pin by means of a comparator. If the eccentricity exceeds the limit value,
change the pin.
WARNING
Apply grease on the pin (only in the area of
contact with the bearings), see 1.7 (LUBRICANT CHART).
Rim
•
Using a comparator, make sure that the radial and axial eccentricity of the rim do not exceed the limit value.
Excessive eccentricity is usually caused by worn or
damaged bearings. If after changing the bearings the
value still exceeds the indicated limit, change the rim.
Speedometer control
•
Make sure that there are no evident signs of damage
and/or excessive wear.
WARNING
Apply grease on the inner side, see 1.7 (LUBRICANT CHART).
Tyre
Check the conditions of the tyre, see 2.21.2 (TYRES).
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7.6.
7.6.1.
CYCLE PARTS
REAR WHEEL
REAR WHEEL DIAGRAM
Key:
1. Nut
2. Brake callipers – muffler mount
3. Dust seal
4. Spacer
5. Brake disc screw
6. Brake disc
7. Rear rim
8. Rear wheel washer
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7.6.2.
REMOVING THE REAR WHEEL
WARNING
Wait until the engine and the exhaust silencer
have completely cooled down. While disassembling/ reassembling the wheel, be careful
not to damage the brake pipe, the disc and the
pads.
•
•
Remove the exhaust system, see 6.1.1 (REMOVING
THE EXHAUST SYSTEM).
On the rear brake, unscrew and remove the wheel nut
(1).
NOTE Upon reassembly, change the wheel nut (special
type) with a new one.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Unscrew and remove the two screws (2) of the brake
caliper (3).
Unscrew and remove the shock absorber lower fastening screw (6) and move the shock absorber, thus
releasing it from the lower coupling.
Unscrew and remove screw (4) from muffler mount (5).
Remove muffler mount (5).
Remove the brake caliper (3), by carefully withdrawing
it from the brake disc.
Withdraw muffler mount (5).
WARNING
Inside the muffler mount (5) there are two bearings. In case the bearings are excessively worn,
change the whole mount.
•
Withdraw the spacer ring and the wheel.
After reassembly follow the instrcutions below:
•
Position the vehicle on the central stand
•
Make the rear wheel rotate at low speed
•
Check that the muffler mount (5) is not oscillating
transversely.
Should the problem arise:
•
Unloose the wheel nut (1)
•
Change the wheel position
•
Tighten the wheel nut (1)
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7.7.
7.7.1.
CYCLE PARTS
FRONT BRAKE
FRONT BRAKE DIAGRAM
Key:
1. Brake control lever
2. Brake fluid pump/tank
3. Brake fluid pipe
4. Bleed valve
5. Pipe fitting screw
6. Brake caliper
7. Brake pads
8. Brake disc
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7.7.2.
•
•
•
•
•
REPLACING THE FRONT BRAKE PADS
Remove the calliper,
Unscrew and remove the central screw (1).
Extract the retainer (2).
Remove the two retaining pins (3).
Extract the brake pads(4).
CAUTION
The brake pads must always be replaced in
pairs. Ensure they become properly seated in
the brake calliper.
Take care not to reverse the retainer position.
CAUTION
Do not operate brake control lever once brake
pads have been removed, so as to prevent calliper piston from coming out of its seating and
thus brake fluid from leaking out.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Fit two new brake pads (4).
Insert the two calliper retaining pins (3).
Refit the retainer (2).
Tighten the central screw (1).
Locate the brake calliper on the disk.
Check brake fluid level, see 2.6.1 (BRAKES).
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7.7.3.
CYCLE PARTS
CHECKING FRONT BRAKE DISC
WARNING
These operations must be performed with the
brake disc installed on the wheel.
•
•
Carry out a visual check of the brake disc surface. If
scratches or signs of deterioration are visible, change
the disc, see 7.4.3 (REMOVING THE FONT BRAKE
DISC).
Check the wear of the brake disc by measuring the
minimum thickness in several points by means of a micrometer. If the minimum thickness, even in one point
of the disc only, is lower than the limit value, change
the disc.
Min. brake disc thickness: 3.6 mm
•
By means of a comparator, make sure that the oscillation of the disc does not exceed the tolerance limit,
otherwise change it.
Brake disc oscillation limit: 0.3 mm
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7.7.4.
•
•
REMOVING THE FRONT BRAKE DISC
Remove the front wheel, see 7.5.2 (REMOVING THE
FRONT WHEEL).
Unscrew and remove the five brake disc screws (1).
IMPORTANT Screw all the screws manually and tighten
them proceeding diagonally in the following order: A-B-C-DE.
CAUTION
Upon reassembly, apply LOCTITE® 270 on the
threading of the brake disc screws.
•
Remove the brake disc.
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7.8.
7.8.1.
CYCLE PARTS
REAR BRAKE
REAR BRAKE DIAGRAM
l
Key
1. Brake control lever
2. Brake fluid pump/tank
3. Brake fluid pipe
4. Bleed valve
5. Pipe fitting screw
6. Brake calliper
7. Pad pin
8. Stop ring
9. Brake pads
10. Antivibration plates
11. Pad spring
12. Brake disc
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7.8.2.
•
•
•
•
REPLACING THE REAR BRAKE PADS
Remove the rear brake caliper, (REMOVING THE
REAR WHEEL).
Remove the circlip (1).
Remove the spindle (2).
Remove the spring (3).
CAUTION
The spring (3) is stamped with an arrow which
must always be oriented in the direction of
travel of the motorcycle..
•
Extract the pads (4) complete with vibration dampers
(5).
CAUTION
Do not operate the brake lever with the brake
pads removed, or the brake caliper pistons
might fall out leading to loss of brake fluid.
•
•
Replace both pads (4).
If they are worn, also replace the vibration dampers
(5).
CAUTION
The brake pads must always be replaced in
pairs. Ensure they become properly seated in
the brake caliper.
CAUTION
Make sure that the arrows on the vibration
dampers are oriented in the direction of travel
when replaced.
•
•
•
•
Fit the spring (3).
Fit the pin (2).
Fit the circlip (1)
Check brake fluid level, (BRAKE).
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7.8.3.
CYCLE PARTS
CHECKING THE REAR BRAKE DISC
CAUTION
These operations must be performed with the
brake disc installed on the wheel.
•
•
Carry out a visual check of the brake disc surface. If
scratches or signs of deterioration are visible, change
the disc, see 7.5.3 (REMOVING THE REAR BRAKE
DISC).
Check the wear of the brake disc by measuring the
minimum thickness in several points by means of a micrometer.If the minimum thickness, even in one point of
the disc only, is lower than the limit value, change the
disc.
Min. brake disc thickness: 3.6 mm
•
By means of a comparator, make sure that the oscillation of the disc does not exceed the tollerance limit,
otherwise change it.
Brake disc oscillation limit: 0.3 mm
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7.8.4.
•
•
REMOVING THE REAR BRAKE DISC
Remove the front wheel, see 7.5.2 (REMOVING THE
REAR WHEEL).
Unscrew and remove the five brake disc screws (1).
IMPORTANT Screw all the screws manually and tighten
them proceeding diagonally in the following order: A-B-C-DE.
CAUTION
Upon reassembly, apply LOCTITE® 270 on the
threading of the brake disc screws.
•
Remove the brake disc.
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7.9.
7.9.1.
CYCLE PARTS
STEERING
STEERING DIAGRAM
Key:
1. Cover
2. Rubber seal
3. Check nut
4. Adjusting nut
5. Upper rotating seat
6. Upper bearing balls
7. Upper fixed seat
8. Lower fixed seat
9. Lower bearing balls
10. Lower rotating seat
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7.9.2.
•
•
REMOVING THE STEERING STEM
Remove the lower shield, see 7.1.8 (REMOVING THE
LOWER SHIELD).
Position the vehicle on the central stand on a lifting
platform, with the front wheel protruding from the platform edge.
CAUTION
Put a proper support under the vehicle, in order
to prevent it from falling down.
The vehicle must rest on the frame and not on
the fuel tank. Make sure that the vehicle is stable.
•
•
Remove the front outer shield, see 7.1.7 (REMOVING
THE FRONT OUTER SHIELD).
Lift the platform at 50 ÷ 60 cm from the ground.
WARNING
Provide a proper support for the handlebars,
which remain connected to the vehicle through
the electric cables and the brake pipes. Proceed with care.
Do not force the electric cables or the brake
pipes.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Remove handlebars, see 7.4.1 (REMOVING HANDLEBARS).
Remove the four screws (1).
Remove the rubber membrane (2).
Unscrew and remove the three screws (3-4).
Withdraw and remove the protection element (5).
Withdraw and remove the rubber gasket (6).
Unscrew and remove the lock nut (7).
CAUTION
Support the fork, in order to prevent it from accidentally falling down.
IMPORTANT When withdrawing the fork, pay attention to
the lower bearing balls, since they may go out of their seats.
•
•
Unscrew and remove the adjusting nut (8).
Withdraw the fork from the steering tube.
•
Remove the rotating seat (9) and the balls (10) of the
upper bearing.
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•
•
•
•
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Remove the lower rotating seat (11) and the balls (12)
of the lower bearing.
Remove the grease from all the bearing components,
including the fixed seats (13) and (14).
Check the conditions of the components and if they are
worn change them.
Grease and proceed to the reassembly, see 1.8.1
(TABLE OF LUBRICANTS).
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7.9.3.
CHECKING STEERING COMPONENTS
CAUTION
Check the integrity of the components.
•
Make sure that the area in contact with the balls (1) (on
the rotating seat (2) and on the fixed seat (3)) is neither
damaged, nor excessively worn out. Otherwise,
change the whole bearing.
CAUTION
Apply grease on the area in contact with the
balls on the two seats (2-3), see 1.8.1 (TABLE
OF LUBRICANTS).
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CYCLE PARTS
7.10. FRONT FORK
7.10.1.
FORNT FORK DIAGRAM
Key:
1. Leg cap
2. Snap ring
3. O-ring
4. Plug
5. Spring
6. Segment
7. Right damper rod
8. Countersrping
9. Legs retaining screws
10. Washer
11. Fork bottom with steering stem
12. Left damper rod
13. Right leg
14. Bottom buffer
15. Dust seal
16. Circlip
17. Oil seal
18. Shim cap
19. Slider bush
20. Right outer sleeve
21. Left outer sleeve
22. Wheel shaft pinch bolts
23. Safety washer
24. Bottom screw
25. Left leg
26. Complete right outer sleeve
27. Complete left outer sleeve
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7.10.2.
CHECKING THE OIL LEVEL
If the fork stroke is excessive, it is necessary to check the
fork oil level.
•
Remove the front inner shield, see 7.1.6 (REMOVING
THE FRONT INNER SHIELD).
WARNING
To facilitate the extraction of the two seal plugs
(3), it is necessary to remove both of them at
the same time.
•
Working on both sides, remove the rubber plug (1).
•
•
Working on both sides, remove the snap ring (2).
Push the fork slowly downwards until the two seal
plugs (3) come out together with the “GACO” O-rings
(4).
IMPORTANT Check the integrity of the ”GACO” O-rings and
if necessary change them.
IMPORTANT Check the position of the spring (5) (coils with
shorter diameter and closer to one another in the lower part).
WARNING
The spring is dipped in the oil. Avoid dripping
oil during the extraction.
•
Working on both sides, withdraw the spring (5).
•
Bring the fork to the end-of-stroke, insert a calibrated
dipstick (meter) in one of the two tubes and make sure
that the distance between the upper edge of the tube
and the oil level is 80 mm.
Top up if necessary, see 1.8.1 (LUBRICANT CHART).
•
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7.10.3.
CYCLE PARTS
REMOVING FORK LEG/SLIDER ASSEMBLY
IMPORTANT the following operations refer to a single fork
leg/slider assembly, but apply to both of them.
•
Position the vehicle on the stand.
CAUTION
Place a proper support under the vehicle, in order to prevent it from falling down.
•
Remove the front wheel, see 7.5.2 (REMOVING THE
FRONT WHEEL).
CAUTION
Do not operate the front brake lever after removing the brake caliper, since the piston may
go out of its seat, thus causing the outflow of
the brake fluid.
•
•
•
•
•
Remove front mudguard, see 7.1.15 (REMOVING THE
FRONT MUDGUARD).
Remove the front inner shield, see 7.1.6 (REMOVING
THE FRONT INNER SHIELD).
Loosen the screws (1) of the tube clamp.
Remove the snap ring (2) from the fork tube.
Lower the fork tube together with the slider and withdraw it completely.
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7.10.4.
DISASSEMBLING THE FORK LEG/SLIDER UNIT
NOTE the following operations refer to a single fork leg/slider
assembly, but apply to both of them.
•
For the disassembly of the rubber cap (1), snap ring
(2), seal plug (3) complete with “GACO” O-ring (4),
spring (5), carry out the operations described in section
7.10.2 (CHECKING THE OIL LEVEL) on the leg/slider
unit that must be disassembled, excluding the last two
operations (oil level check).
CAUTION
The oil may flow out.
The leg/slider unit is full of oil. Neither overturn
it, nor incline it excessively during the removal.
•
•
•
Remove the leg/slider unit, see 7.7.3 (REMOVING
THE LEG/SLIDER ASSEMBLY ).
Prepare a graduated container with at least 200 cu.m
capacity..
Make the tube get into the slider completely, rotate the
tube/slider unit and drain the oil in the container.
CAUTION
Check the oil quantity.
If it is lower than 148 cu.cm, top up or change.
•
•
Unscrew and remove the screw (6) (slider bottom) and
take the copper washer (7).
Withdraw the tube (8) complete with pumping element
(9).
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•
•
•
•
•
•
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Take the bottom buffer (11) and the counterspring (12)
by rotating the slider (10).
Remove the dust seal (13).
Remove the retaining ring (seeger) (14).
Remove the seal (15).
Extract the cap (16).
Extract the bushing (17).
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7.10.5.
CHECKING THE COMPONENTS
Tube
•
•
Check the sliding surface, that must be neither lined,
nor scratched. Slight lines can be eliminated by sanding the surface with wet sandpaper (grain 1). If the
lines are deep, change the tube.
By means of a comparator, make sure that any curving
of the tube be lower than the limit value. If it exceeds
the limit value, change the tube.
Curving limit: 0.2 mm.
CAUTION
NEVER straighten a curved tube, since its
structure would be weakened, thus making the
use of the vehicle quite dangerous.
Slider
•
Make sure that there are neither damages, nor cracks.
Otherwise, change it.
Spring
•
Check the integrity of the spring.
Pumping element
•
Check the integrity of the pumping element. If you observe any damage, change it.
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7.11. REAR SUSPENSION
7.11.1.
•
REMOVING THE SHOCK ABSORBER
Raise vehicle on centre stand.
WARNING
Wait until the engine and the exhaust silencer
have completely cooled down.
IMPORTANT Remove the shock absorbers one by one. To
keep the vehicle in its position, always leave one shock absorber installed on the vehicle.
•
Unscrew and remove the upper screw (1) and take the
nut (2).
IMPORTANT Slightly press the saddle, in order to facilitate
the extraction of the upper screw.
•
•
Unscrew and remove the lower screw.
Remove the shock absorber.
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7.11.2.
•
•
•
•
•
•
REMOVING LINKAGES
Raise vehicle on centre stand on a on a lifting platform.
Secure front wheel to platform.
Remove the rear part of fairing, see 7.1.3 (REMOVING
THE REAR PART OF THE FAIRING).
Position a proper support under the vehicle.
Working on both sides, unscrew and remove nut (1).
Keep screw.
Working on both sides, unscrew and remove screw (2).
Keep nut and washer.
•
Working on the right side, unscrew and remove nut (3).
•
•
Working on left side, remove screw (4).
Remove linkages.
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7.11.3.
REASSEMBLING LINKAGES
•
•
•
Raise vehicle on centre stand on a on a lifting platform.
Secure front wheel to platform.
Position a proper support under the vehicle.
•
•
Refit linkages to engine.
Working on left side, install shaft (1).
•
Working on right side, snug nut (2) by hand.
•
Working on both sides, install engine linkage (3). Fit
screw and tighten nut (4).
Fit frame link rod (5).
Working on both sides, install screw (6) and tighten
nut.
Working on right side, tighten nut (2).
Refit the rear part of fairing, see 7.1.3 (REMOVING
THE REAR PART OF THE FAIRING).
•
•
•
•
CYCLE PARTS
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
8
8-1
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
LEONARDO 250 - 300
CONTENTS
8.1.
ARRANGEMENT OF ELECTRICAL PARTS ................................................................................3
8.1.1.
ELECTRICAL PARTS..........................................................................................................3
8.2.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DIAGRAM ............................................................................................10
8.2.1.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DIAGRAM....................................................................................10
8-2
LEONARDO 250 - 300
8.1.
8.1.1.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
ARRANGEMENT OF ELECTRICAL PARTS
ELECTRICAL PARTS
8-3
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
1 Electric fan thermal switch
NIPPON THERMOSTAT ON 98 +/- 3°C (37.4°F), OFF 92
+/- 3°C (37.4°F)
2 Electric fan
3 Flasher
DENSO 12V 10W+10W
4 Battery
12 V - 12 Ah
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
5 Fuses
7,5A (A) fuse:
From the ignition switch to: ignition.
15A (B) fuse:
From the ignition switch to: all light loads and horn.
20A (C) fuse:
From the battery to: ignition switch, voltage regulator, electric fan.
6 Rear light unit
Direction indicator light: 12 V - 10 W
Rear stop/parking light: 12 V - 5/21 W
Number plate light: 12 V - 5 W
7 Starter motor
8 Spark plug
NGK DR8EA
Electrode gap: 0.6 – 0.7 mm
Spark plug cap resistance: 5 K
8-5
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
9 Fuel level sensor
Float position
R
UP
DOWN
4-10 ohm
90-100 ohm
10 Service warning light control unit (for Leonardo 250,
only)
ITI (ECIE)
11 Voltage regulator
(SH532B12)
Recharge voltage:
Measured voltage (at 5000 RPM) > 0.2 V
Open-circuit voltage across terminals > 2.5 V
12 Control unit
(MORIC)
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
13 Start relay
12 V / 100 A
14 Horn
CEB 12V 4A
15 Automatic starter thermal switch
NIPPON THERMOSTAT ON 75 +/- 3°C (37.4°F), OFF 70
+/- 3°C (37.4°F)
16 Headlight
Low/high beams: 12 V - 35 / 35 W
Front parking light: 12 V - 3 W
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17 Front direction indicators
Direction indicators light: 12 V - 10 W
18 Ignition switch-steering lock
19 Coil
(MORIC)
primary resistance:
3.6 – 4.8 ohm at 20°C (68°F)
secondary resistance
10.7 – 14.5 K at 20°C (68°F)
20 Water temperature sensor
T
80°C (176°F)
100°C (212°F)
8-8
R
47.5 – 56.8 ohm
26.2 – 29.3 ohm
LEONARDO 250 - 300
LEONARDO 250 - 300
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
21 Automatic starter
16 – 24 ohm at 20°C (68°F)
22 Generator
12 V - 200 W
Stator coil resistance:
0.8 – 1 ohm at 20°C (68°F)
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8.2. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DIAGRAM
8.2.1.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DIAGRAM
Leonardo 250
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Key:
1. Generator
2. Ignition coil
3. Starter
4. Voltage regulator
5. Fuses
6. Battery
7. Start relay
8. Front stoplight switch
9. Rear stoplight switch
10. Coolant temperature thermistor
11. Engine oil change warning light disconnection push button
12. Right direction indicator warning light
13. Fuel level sensor
14. Rear left direction indicator
15. Rear light
16. Rear right direction indicator
17. Blinking
18. Ignition switch
19. Throttle valve position sensor
20. Dimmer switch
21. Complete dashboard
22. Horn push button
23. Dashboard bulbs
24. Low fuel warning light
25. Direction indicator switch
26. Start push button
27. Coolant temperature instrument
28. High beam warning light
29. Left direction indicator warning light
30. Horn
31. Front right direction indicator
32. Low/high beam bulb
33. Front parking light
34. Front left direction indicator
35. Engine oil change warning light
36. Multiple connectors
37. Spark plug
38. Automatic starter
39. Complete headlight
40. Fuel level indicator
41. Fan
42. CDI
43. Thermal switch
44. Pick up
45. Number plate light
46. Starter thermometric switch
47. Anti-theft device installation point
48. Engine oil warning light unit control
CABLE COLOURS
Ar
orange
Az
light blue
B
blue
Bl
white
G
yellow
Gr
gray
M
brown
N
black
R
red
V
green
Vi
violet
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Leonardo 300
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LEONARDO 250 - 300
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Key:
1. Generator
2. Ignition coil
3. Starter
4. Voltage regulator
5. Fuses
6. Battery
7. Start relay
8. Front stoplight switch
9. Rear stoplight switch
10. Coolant temperature thermistor
11. Engine oil change warning light disconnection push
button
12. Right direction indicator warning light
13. Fuel level sensor
14. Rear left direction indicator
15. Rear light
16. Rear right direction indicator
17. Blinking
18. Ignition switch
19. High - Low beam relay
20. Dimmer switch
21. Complete dashboard
22. Horn push button
23. Dashboard bulbs
24. Low fuel warning light
25. Direction indicator switch
26. Start push button
27. Coolant temperature instrument
28. High beam warning light
29. Left direction indicator warning light
30. Horn
31. Front right direction indicator
32. Low/high beam bulb
33. Front parking light
34. Front left direction indicator
35. Engine oil change warning light
36. Multiple connectors
37. Spark plug
38. Automatic starter
39. Complete headlight
40. Fuel level indicator
41. Fan
42. CDI
43. Thermal switch
44. Pick up
45. Number plate light
46. Starter thermometric switch
CABLE COLOURS
Ar
orange
Az
light blue
B
blue
Bl
white
G
yellow
Gr
gray
M
brown
N
black
R
red
V
green
Vi
violet
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