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TABLE OF CONTENTS
MAINTENANCE
OPERATION
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Important Precautions
Consumer Information
Parts Location
MAJOR COMPONENTS
(Information you need to operate this motorcycle)
Brakes
Clutch
Fuel
Engine Oil
Tires
ESSENTIAL INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS
Ignition Switch
Instrument panel
Left handlebar
Right handlebar
OPERATION
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Pre-ride Inspection
Starting the Engine
Running - in
Riding
High Altitude Riding
Braking
Parking
Anti-theft Tips
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MAINTENANCE
The Importance of maintenance
Maintenance Safety
Safety Precautions
Maintenance Schedule
Serial Number
Air Cleaner
Engine Oil
Spark Plug
Idle Speed
Throttle Operation
Drive Chain
Wheel Rims and Spokes
WHEEL REMOVAL
Front Wheel Removal
Rear Wheel Removal
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Front Suspension
Rear Suspension
Side Stand
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CLEANING
STORAGE GUIDE
Storage
Removal from Storage
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SPECIFICATIONS
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
WARNING:
The personal safety of the rider may be involved,
disregarding this information could result in
injury to the rider.
BREAK-IN INFORMATION FOR YOUR
MOTORCYCLE
The first 1,600km is the most important in the
life of your motorcycle. Proper running-in
operation during this time will help ensure
maximum life and performance of your new
motorcycle
Motorcycle reliability and performance depend
on special care and restraint exercised during
running-in period. It is important that you avoid
operating the engine in the manner which could
expose the engine parts to excessive heat.
Please refer to the “running-in”section for
specific running-in recommendation.
Please read this manual and following its
instructions carefully.
To emphasize special information, the words
WARNING and NOTICE carry special meaning
and should be carefully reviewed.
NOTICE:
These instructions point out special service
procedures or precautions that must be followed
to avoid damaging the machine and make
maintenance easier or important instructions
clearer.
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CONSUMER INFORMATION
ACCESSORY INSTALLATION AND
SAFETY PRECAUTION TIPS
improper load will not hinder the idling,tunning
and other control actions.
(3)Fixing the accessories on handlebars or front
fork will result in unstable operation.This extra
weight will reduce the maneuverability of your
motorcycle during turning operations, meanwhile,this extra weight will also cause unstable
condition due to vibration at the front
end.Therefore,fixing accessories on handlebars
or front fork should be minimized.
(4) Things like windglass,windshield, waist
support, bags across seat and suitcases all have
an aerodynamic effect on the stability of your
motorcycle, when there is a side wind or large
vehicles passing by. The improper installation
or bad design of accessories will affect your
driving safety.Therefore,you should be careful
for the choice and installation of accessories.
(5)Certain accessories displace the rider from his
normal riding position.This will not only limits
the freedom of movement of the rider,but also
his control ability.
(6) Extra electrical accessories may overload the
There are great varieties of accessories available
to SKYTEAM owners. The addition of
unsuitable accessories can lead to unsafe
operating conditions. For proper installation of
accessories, we have laid down some principles
which will help you for the correct choice and
installation of accessories.
(1) If you want to install an accessory which will
result in an extra weight or an aerodynamic effect
to your motorcycle, try to install it as low as
possible and as close as possible to the center of
gravity of your motorcycle. Check carefully the
holder for installing accessories to make sure for
its firmness. The infirm installation will lead to
unstable and dangerous conditions due to weight
deviation.
(2) Check the net clearance and turning angle to
make sure that they are adequate. The improper
load, which may occur after installing
accessories,will very likely lower their safety
factors.Checks should also be made that this
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existing electrical system.Severe overloads may
damage the wiring harness or create a dangerous
situation due to the loss of electrical power during
the operation of the motorcycle.
When carrying a load on the motorcycle,
mount it as low as possible to the motorcycle.An
improperly mounted load can create a high center
of gravity which is very dangerous and make
the motorcycle difficult to handle.The size of a
load can affect the aero-dynamics and the
handling of the motorcycle.Balance the load
between the left and right side of the motorcycle
and fasten it firmly.
WEAR A HELMET
CHECKS BEFORE RIDING
Motorcycle safety equipment starts with a
quality safety helmet.One of the most serious
injuries that can happen is ahead injury.Always
wear a properly approved helmet.You should
also wear suitable eye protection.
Review thoroughly the instructions in the "PRERIDE INSPECTION" section of this manual.Do
not forget to perform all the safety checks to
ensure the safety of the rider
RIDING APPAREL
Tight,fancy clothing can be uncomfortable and
unsafe when riding your motorcycle.Choose
good quality motorcycle riding apparel when
riding your motorcycle.
SAFE RIDING RECOMMENDATONS
FOR MOTORCYCLE RIDERS
Riding on bad weather days, especially wet ones,
requires extra caution.Braking distance doubles
on a rainy day.Stay off the painted surface
marks,manhole covers and greasy appearing
areas as they can be especially slippery.Use
extreme caution at railway crossings and on
metal grating and bridges. Whenever in doubt
about road condition.SLOW DOWN!
FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH
THE MOTORCYCLE
Your riding skill and your mechanical
knowledge form the safe riding practices.We
suggest that you practice riding your motorcycle
in an non-traffic situation without obstacles until
you are thoroughly familiar with your machine
and its controls.Remember that practice makes
perfect.
KNOW YOUR
LIMITS
Motorcycle riding is a great joy and an
exciting sport.Motorcycle riding is also requires
that some extra precautions be taken to ensure
the safety of the rider.These precautions are:
BE EXTRA SAFETY CONSCIOUS ON
BAD WEATHER DAYS
SAFETY
AUTOMOBILE/MOTORCYCLE
ACCIDENTS PREVENTION
Many automobile/motorcycle accidents
happen because the automobile driver does not
"SEE" the motorcyclist
Make yourself conspicuous to help avoid the
accident that wasn't your fault:
.Wear bright or reflective clothing
.Don't ride in another motorist's "blind spot".
.Signal before you make a turn or lane change.
Your size and maneuverability can surprise other
motorists.
SPEED
Ride within the boundaries of your own skill
at all times.Knowing these limits and staying
within them will help you to avoid accidents.
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MODIFICATION
PARTS LOCATION
Modification of the motorcycle, or removal
of original equipment may render the vehicle
unsafe or illegal .Obey the local regulations for
available equipment.
Ignition switch
Clutch lever
Front brake lever
Throttle grip
Engine stop button
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6
Choke lever (ST50-11)
Kick starter
Choke lever (ST125-11)
Full fill cap
Fuel cock
Rear brake pedal
Footpad
Gearshift pedal
Footpad
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8
Side stand
> WARINING
Brake fluid may cause irritation. Avoid contact
with skin or eyes. In case of contact, flush
thoroughly with water and call a doctor if your
eyes were exposed
MAJOR COMPONENTS
(Information you need to operate this
motorcycle)
BRAKES
This motorcycle has a hydraulic brake system
of front and a drum brake system of rear . Brakes
are items of personal safety and should be
properly adjusted. Remember to check
periodically the brake system and these checks
should be conducted by qualified SKYTEAM
dealer.
Front brake
NOTICE
Do not use the remained brake fluid from an
unsealed container, never reuse the brake fluid
remained in the last repairing, because the used
brake fluid may absorb the water from the air.
Use DOT 4 brake fluid from a sealed container.
Do not spill out the brake fluid, when the brake
fluid is glued to the paint, plastic and rubber
material, a chemical reaction shall take place,
causing the damage.
Rear brake
FRONT BRAKE FLUID LEVEL
Check that the fluid level is above the lower
level mark(1) with the motorcycle in an upright
position.
BRAKE LINING
Brake fluid must be added to the reservoir
whenever the fluid level begins to reach the lower
level mark(1). Fill the reservoir up to upper level
mark.
Front brake
NOTICE
Check if it is short of brake fluid, check the
hose and other components for corrosion or
cracks.
Brake Pad
The main points for checking the front brake
lining are to see whether the lining wear is out
of the range. Replace the brake lining if the lining
wear is beyond the brake wear limit mark.
WARINING
If the brake system or brake linings have to
be repaired, we suggest that these repair should
be performed by your authorized SKYTEAM
dealer. SKYTEAM dealer knows your
motorcycle best and is dedicated to your
complete satisfaction.
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(1)
BRAKE FLUID
(1)lower level mark
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limit mark
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The rear brake light switch
(1)
(1) is located at the lower part
(2)
of right frame. Adjust the brake
light Switch as the following:
A
B
turning toward “A” can rise the
switch, toward “B” can drop
the switch (adjusting nut(2)),
thus when the brake pedal is
pressed touching the brake, the
brake light should be on.
Before riding the motorcycle, be sure to check daily the
following items:
(1) Check the front and rear brakes system for leakage of
brake fluid.
(2) Check the oil pressure line for leakage of fluid or tears.
(3) Check the brake lever and brake pedal for free play.
(4) Check the front and rear brakes lining for wear.
NOTICE
The high pressure brake is used by disc brake
system. To ensure the safety, the replacement
interval of oil pressure line and brake fluid should
not be more than that st ipulated in
"MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE" of this
manual.
REAR BRAKE
When adjusting the rear brake, locate the pedal
at the most comfort riding position.
When adjusting the travel of brake pedal(1),
adjust the free travel to 20-30mm by screwing
in or out the rear brake adjusting nut(2).
A
(2)
> WARINING
When the new brake lining begins to be used,
don't ride your motorcycle immediately after
the replacement. Apply the brake, release it,
then spin the wheel and check that it rotates
freely. Repeat this procedures several times and
allow the brake fluid to circulate normally.
B
REAR BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH
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CLUTCH
Clutch adjustment may be required if the
motorcycle stalls when shifting into gear or tends
to creep;or if the clutch slips,causing acceleration
to lag behind engine speed.Minor adjustments
can be made with the clutch cable adjuster (4) at
the lever (1).
Normal clutch lever free play is:
10-20mm (0.4-0.8in)
1.Pull back the rubber dust cover (2).
2.Loosen the lock nut (3) and turn the adjuster
(4). Tighten the lock nut (3) and check the
adjustment.
3.If the adjuster is threaded out near its limit or
if the correct free play cannot be obtained,loosen
the lock nut (3) and turn in the cable adjuster (4)
completely.Tighten the lock nut (3) and install
the dust cover.
(1) Clutch lever
(2) Dust cover
(A)Decrease free play
(3) Lock nut
(B)Increase free play
(4) Clutch cable adjuster
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4. Loosen the lock nut (6) at the lower end of the
cable.Turn the adjusting nut (5) to obtain the
specified free play.Tighten the lock nut (6) and
check the adjustment.
(6)
5. Start the engine, pull in the clutch lever and
shift into gear. Make sure the engine does not
stall and the motorcycle does not creep.
Gradually release the clutch lever and open the
throttle. The motorcycle should begin to move
smoothly and accelerate gradually.
If proper adjustment cannot be obtained or the
clutch does not work correctly, see your
SKYTEAM dealer.
(5)
Remember to check that the fuel valve is in the
ON position each time you refuel. IF the valve
is left in the RES position, you may run out of
fuel with no reserve.
OFF
With the fuel valve in the OFF position, fuel
cannot flow from the tank to the carburetor. Turn
the valve OFF whenever the motorcycle is not
in use.
(1)
(A)
Other Checks:
Check the clutch cable for kinks or signs of wear
that could cause sticking or failure. Lubricate the
clutch cable with a commercially available cable
lubricant to prevent premature wear and
corrosion.
(A) Decrease free play
(B)Increase free play
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ON
OFF
(1) Fuel valve
ON
With the fuel valve in the ON position, fuel will
flow from the main fuel supply to the carburetor.
(B)
(5) Adjusting nut
(6) Lock nut
FUEL
Fuel Valve
The three way fuel valve (1)is located on the right
and down of the fuel tank.
RES
With the fuel valve in the RES position, fuel will
flow from the reserve fuel supply to the
carburetor. Use the reserve fuel only when the
main supply is gone. Refill the tank as soon as
possible after switching to RES.
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RES
Fuel Tank
The fuel tank capacity including the reserve
supply is:
3.8L
To open the fuel fill cap(1), open the seat first,
and then turn the fuel fill cap counterclockwise.
After refueling, be sure to tighten the fuel fill
cap firmly by turning it clockwise.
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NOTICE
If "spark knock" or "pinking" occurs at a steady
engine speed under normal load, change brands
of petrol. If spark knock or pinking persists,
consult your SKYTEAM dealer. Failure to do
so is considered misuse, and damage caused by
misuse is not covered by SKYTEAM Limited
Warranty.
Use unleaded or low-lead petrol with a research
octane number of 90 or higher. We recommend
that you use unleaded petrol because it produces
fewer engine and spark plug deposits and extends
the life of exhaust system components.
WARINING
Petrol is highly flammable and explosive.
You can be burned or seriously injured when
handling fuel.
Occasionally you may experience light spark
knock while operating under heavy loads. This
is no cause for concern, it simply means your
engine is operating efficiently.
(1)
(1)Fuel fill cap
Stop the engine and keep heat,
sparks, and flame away.
Refuel only outdoors.
Wipe up spills immediately.
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ENGINE OIL
Engine Oil Level Check
Check the engine oil level each day before
operating the motorcycle.
The oil filler cap/dipstick (1) is at the rear of the
right crankcase cover and contains a dipstick for
measuring the oil level.Oil level must be
maintained between the upper(2)and lower
(3)level marks on the filler cap/dipstick(1).
1. Hold the motorcycle on upright firm level
ground.
2. Start the engine and let it idle for a few
minutes.
3. Stop the engine. After a few minutes, remove
the oil filler cap/dipstick (1) and wipe it clean,
then reinsert the dipstick without screwing it in.
Remove the dipstick. The oil level should be
between the upper (2) and lower (3) level marks
on the dipstick.
4. If required, add the specified oil up to the upper
level mark. Do not overfill.
5. Reinstall the oil filler cap/dipstick. Check for
oil leaks.
NOTICE
Running the engine with insufficient oil can
cause serious engine damage.
TIRES
To safely operate your motorcycle, the tires must
be the proper type and size, in good condition
with adequate tread, and correctly inflated.
> WARINING
Using tires that are excessively worn or
improperly inflated can cause a crash in
which you can be seriously hurt or killed.
Follow all instructions in this owner's manual
regarding tire inflation and maintenance.
(1) Filler cap/dipstick (2) Upper level mark
(3) Lower level mark
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Air Pressure
Properly inflated tires provide the best
combination of handling, tread life, and riding
comfort. Generally, underinflated tires wear
unevenly, adversely affect handling, and are
more likely to fail from being overheated/
Underinflated tires can also cause wheel damage
in rocky terrain. 0verinflated tires make your
motorcycle ride more harshly, are more prone to
damage from surface hazards, and wear
unevenly.
Make sure the valve stem caps are secure. If
necessary, install a new cap.
Inspection
Whenever you check the tire pressures, you
should also examine the tire treads and sidewalls
for wear, damage, and foreign objects:
Look for:
Bumps or bulges in the side of the tire or the
tread. Replace the tire if you find any bumps or
bulges.
Cuts, splits or cracks in the tire. Replace the
tire if you can see fabric or cord.
Excessive tread wear
Also if you hit a pothole or hard object, pull to
the side of the road as soon as you safely can
and carefully inspect the tires for damage.
Always check air pressure when your tires are
"cold." If you check air pressure when your tires
are "warm"-even if your motorcycle has only
been ridden for a few miles-the readings will be
higher. If you let air out of warm tires to match
the recommended cold pressures, the tires will
be underinflated.
The recommended "cold" tire pressures are:
front
48kpa(0.48kgf/cm2)
rear
48kpa(0.48kgf/cm2)
Tread Wear
Replace tires before tread depth at the center of
the tire reaches the following limit:
Minimum tread depth
Front: 1.0mm(0.04in)
rear:
1.0mm(0.04in)
(1) Tire tread depth
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Tube Repair and Replacement
If a tube is punctured or damaged,you should
replace it as soon as possible. A tube that is
repaired may not have the same reliability as a
new one, and it may fail while you are riding.
If you need to make a temporary repair by
patching a tube or using an aerosol sealant, ride
cautiously at reduced speed and have the tube
replaced before you ride again. Any time a tube
is replaced, the tire should be carefully inspected.
Tire Replacement
The tires that came on your motorcycle were
designed to match the performance capabilities
of your motorcycle and provide the best
combination of handling,braking,durability and
comfort.
> WARINING
Installing improper tires on your motorcycle
can affect handling and stability.This can
cause a crash in which you can be seriously
hurt or killed.
Always use the size and type of tires
recommended in this owner's manual.
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The recommended tires for your motorcycle are:
Front: 21 X 7.00-10
Rear: 21 X 7.00-10
Whenever you replace a tire, use one that is
equivalent to the original and be sure the wheel
is balanced after the new tire is installed.
Also remember to replace the inner tube
whenever you replace a tire. The old tube will
probably be stretched, and if installed in a new
tire, it could fail.
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INSTRUMENT PANEL
ESSENTIAL INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS
IGNITION SWITCH
The ignition switch (1) is used to prevent
unauthorized use of the motorcycle.
Before riding,insert the key and turn it to the ON
position.
After parking the motorcycle, remove the key.
(1)
(1)Ignition switch
Key Position
P
PUSH
Function
The engine cannot be operated.
With the transmission in neutral,
the engine can be started.
The night lamp can be used.
The engine cannot be operated.
Push the key and retate counter
clock wise.
The steering can be locked.
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Key Removal
Key can be removed
Key cannot be removed
Key can be removed
(1)
SPEEDOMETER(1)
The speedometer indicates the driving speed in
kilometers per hour.
ODOMETER(2)
The odometer keep the record of the total
distance that the motorcycle has run since it was
used.
TURN SIGNAL INDICATOR LIGHT(3)
When operating the turn signal switch, this light
comes on.
NEUTRAL INDICATOR LIGHT(4)
When the transmission is in neutral position, the
green neutral indicator light comes on. When the
transmission is not in neutral, the indicator won't
flash.
HIGH BEAM INDICATOR LIGHT(5)
When operating the dimmer switch to
“ ”position or operating the pass switch, the
light comes on.
(3)
(4)
(5)
Key cannot be removed
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(2)
LEFT HANDLEBAR
(4)
(3)
HORN BUTTON(1)
Press the button and the horn will sounds.
TURN SIGNAL SWITCH(2)
When the switch in " position, the left turn
signal light starts flashing, When the switch is
in " position, the right turn signal light starts
flashing. When the switch is in middle position,
the turn signal lights do not work.
DIMMER SWITCH(3)
Move the switch to " position, the head light
high beam comes on. On the contrary, move the
switch to
" position, the low beam is on.
PASSING SWITCH (4)
Pressing this switch to apply passing operation.
(2)
(1)
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RIGHT HANDLEBAR
Front Brake Lever(1)
Grip the front break lever to break the front
wheel.
EMERGENCY ENGINE STOP SWITCH(2)
In case of emergency, move this switch to front
to disconnect the ignition line, letting the engine
go out, when you start the engine move this
switch to back position.
NIGHTTIME RIDING LIGHT SWITCH(3)
“ ”: When the engine is running, the head light,
instrument light and tail light come on
simultaneously.
“ ”: No matter the engine runs or not, the head
light, instrument light and tail light come on
simultaneously.
“ ”: The head light, instrument light and tail
light come off simultaneously.
Electrical Start Button(4)
Push down the electrical start button to start the
engine.
Throttle Grip(5)
The throttle grip is used to control the engine
speed. Twist it toward yourself to accelerate and
turn it away from yourself to decelerate.
(2)
(1)
(5)
(3)
(4)
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OPERATION
PRE-RIDE INSPECTION
For your safety, it is very important to take a
few moments before each ride to walk around
your motorcycle and check its condition. If you
detect any problem, be sure you take care of it,
or have it corrected by your SKY TEAM dealer.
1. Engine oil level-add engine oil if required.
Check for leaks.
2. Fuel level-fill fuel tank when necessary. Check
for leaks.
3. Front and rear brakes-check operation and if
necessary, adjust free play.
4. Tires-check condition and pressure.
5. Spokes and rim locks-check and tighten if
necessary.
6. Drive chain-check condition and slack. Adjust
and lubricate if necessary.
7. Chain slider-check slider wear.
8. Throttle-check for smooth opening and full
closing in all steering positions. Adjust free play
if necessary .
> WARINING
Improperly maintaining this motorcycle or
failing to correct a problem before riding can
cause a crash in which you can be seriously
hurt or killed.
Always perform a pre-ride inspection before
every ride and correct any problems.
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9. Clutch-check operation, and adjust if
necessary.
10. Spark plug and high tension terminal-check
for looseness.
11. Engine stop button-check for proper function.
12. Nuts, bolts, fasteners-check the front wheel
to see that the axle nut and axle holder nuts are
tightened securely. Check security of all other
nuts, bolts, and fasteners.
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STARTING THE ENGINE
Always follow the proper starting procedure
described below.
Your motorcycle's exhaust contains poisonous
carbon monoxide gas. High levels of carbon
monoxide can collect rapidly in enclosed areas
such as a garage. Do not run the engine with the
garage door closed. Even with the door open,
run the engine only long enough to move your
motorcycle out of the garage.
Preparation
Before starting, insert the key and turn the
ignition switch ON.
Make sure that the transmission is in neutral.
Turn the fuel valve ON.
Starting Procedure
To restart a warm engine, follow the procedure
for "High Air Temperature".
Normal Air Temperature
10çJ35ç (50çJ95çF)
1. Pull the choke level (1) up all the way to Fully
OFF (A).
B
A
A
B
(B) Detent position
2. Keep the throttle fully closed.
3. Push the electric starter button or operate the
kick starter to start the engine. Starting from the
top of the stroke, kick through to the bottom with
a rapid, continuous motion. Do not operate the
throttle.
NOTICE
Allowing the kick starter to snap back freely
against the pedal stop can damage the engine
case.
4. Warm up the engine by opening and closing
the throttle slightly.
About a quarter minute after the engine starts,
push the choke level to Fully ON(B).
5. If idling is unstable, open the throttle slightly.
(A) Fully OFF
(1) Choke level
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NOTICE
High Air Temperature
35ç(95çF) or above
1. Do not use the choke.
2. Keep the throttle fully closed.
3. Start the engine following step 3 under
"Normal Air Temperature".
Low Air Temperature
10ç(50çF) or below
1. Follow steps 1-2 under "Normal Air
Temperature".
2. Warm up the engine by opening and closing
the throttle slightly.
3. Continue warming up the engine until it runs
smoothly and responds to the throttle when the
choke lever(1) is at Fully ON(B).
Extended use of the choke may impair piston
and cylinder wall lubrication and damage the
engine.
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FLOODED ENGINE
If the engine fails to start after repeated attempts,
it may be flooded with excess fuel. To clear a
flooded engine, push the choke lever down to
Fully OFF (A). Open the throttle fully and crank
the engine several times with the kick starter
while press the emergency engine stop switch to
position “ ”. Pressing this switch to position
“ ” and follow the "High Air Temperature"
Starting Procedure.
RUNNING-IN
Help assure your motorcycle's future reliability
and performance by paying extra attention to
how you ride during the first operating day or
25km (15miles).
During this period, avoid full-throttle starts and
rapid acceleration.
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RIDING
Review Motorcycle Safety before you ride.
3. Slowly release the clutch lever and at the same
time gradually increase engine speed by opening
the throttle. Coordination of the throttle and
clutch lever will assure a smooth positive start.
4. When the motorcycle attains a moderate speed,
close the throttle, pull in the clutch lever and shift
to 2nd gear by raising the gearshift pedal.
This sequence is repeated to progressively shift
to 3rd, 4th (top) gears.
Make sure the side stand is fully retracted before
riding the motorcycle. If the stand is extended,
it may interfere with control during a left turn.
Make sure you understand the function of the
side stand mechanism.
5. Raise the pedal to shift to a higher gear and
depress the pedal to shift to a lower gear. Each
stroke of the pedal engages the next gear in
sequence. The pedal automatically returns to the
horizontal position when released.
Do not downshift when traveling at a speed
that would force the engine to over rev in the
next lower gear; the rear wheel may lose traction,
resulting in a possible loss of vehicle control.
Do not shift gears without disengaging the
clutch and closing the throttle. The engine and
drive train could be damaged by over speed and
shock.
Do not tow the motorcycle or coast for long
distances while the engine is off. The
transmission will not be properly lubricated and
damage may result.
Do not run the engine at high rpm with the
transmission in neutral or the clutch lever pulled
in. Serious engine damage may result.
1. After the engine has been warmed up, the
motorcycle is ready for riding.
2. While the engine is idling, pull in the clutch
lever and depress the gearshift pedal to shift into
lst (low) gear.
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HIGH ALTITUDE RIDING
When operating this motorcycle at high altitude
the air-fuel mixture becomes overly rich.
Driveability and performance may be reduced
and fuel consumption increased. The carburetor
can be modified to compensate for this high
altitude richness, however it must be returned to
standard specifications before extended
operation at low altitudes (below 1,200m,
4,000feet). See your SKYTEAM dealer for this
high altitude modification
BRAKING
For normal braking,gradually apply both the
front and rear brakes while downshifting to suit
your road speed.
For maximum deceleration,close the throttle and
apply the front and rear brakes firmly.Pull in the
clutch lever before coming to a compete stop to
prevent stalling the engine.
When possible,reduce speed or brake before
entering a turn. Closing the throttle or braking
in mid-turn may cause wheel slip.Wheel slip will
reduce control of the motorcycle.
When riding in wet or rainy conditions,or on
loose surfaces,the ability to maneuver and stop
will be reduced .All of your actions should be
smooth under these conditions.Rapid
acceleration,braking or turning may cause loss
of control. For your safety,exercise extreme
caution when braking,accelerating or turning.
When descending along, steep grade, use
engine compression braking by down-shifting,
with intermittent use of both brakes.
Continuous brake application can overheat the
brakes and reduce their effectiveness.
Important Safery Reminders:
Independent operation of only the brake lever
or brake pedal reduces stopping performance.
Extreme application of the brake controls may
cause wheel lock, reducing control of the
motorcycle.
NOTICE
Sustained operation at lower altitudes with high
altitude carburetor modifications may cause
engine overheating and damage.
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PARKING
1.After stopping the motorcycle,shift the
transmission into neutral and turn the fuel valve
OFF .Push the engine stop button in and hold it
in until the engine stops completely.
2 Use the side stand to support the motorcycle
while parked.
Park the motorcycle on firm, level ground to
prevent it from falling over.
If you must park on a slight incline ,aim the front
of the motorcycle uphill to reduce the possibility
of rolling off the side stand or over turning.
3.Turn the ignition switch OFF and remove the
key.
ANTI-THEFT TIPS
1.Be sure the registration information for your
motorcycle is accurate and current .
2. Park your motorcycle in a locked garage
whenever possible.
3. Use an additional anti-theft device of good
quality.
4.Put your name,address and phone number in
this Owner's Manual and keep it on your
motorcycle at all times.Many times stolen
motorcycle are identified by information in the
Owner's Manuals which are still with them.
NAME:
ADDRESS:
MAINTENANCE
THE IMPORTANCE OF MAINTENANCE
A well-maintained motorcycle is essential for
safe,economical,and trouble-free riding. It will
also help reduce air pollution. Careful pre ride
inspections and good maintenance are especially
important .
To help you properly care for your
motorcycle,this section of the manual provides
a Maintenance Schedule.
The service intervals in this schedule are based
on average riding conditions.
More frequent service is needed if you subject
your motorcycle to severe use(such as
competition)or ride in unusually wet or dusty
areas.
Frequent servicing of the air cleaner is especially
important to help you avoid a possible costly
engine repair.
If your motorcycle overturns or becomes
involved in a crash, be sure your SKYTEAM
dealer inspects all major parts,even if you are
able to make some repairs.
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Improperly maintaining this motorcycle or
failing to correct a problem before you ride can
cause a crash in which you can be seriously
hurt or killed.
Always follow the inspection and maintenance
recommendations and schedules in this owner's
manual.
PHONE NO:
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WARINING
Failure to properly follow maintenance
instructions and precautions can cause you to
be seriously hurt or killed.
Always follow the procedures and precautions
in this owner's manual.
MAINTENANCE SAFETY
This section includes instructions on some
important maintenance tasks. You can perform
some of these tasks with the tools provided-if
you have basic mechanical skills.
Other tasks that are more difficult and require
special tools are best performed by professionals.
Wheel removal should normally be handled only
by a SKYTEAM technician or other qualified
mechanic; instuctiongs are included in this
manual only to assist in emergency service.
However, we cannot warn you of every
conceivable hazard that can arise in performing
maintenance. Only you can decide whether or
not you should perform a given task.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Make sure the engine is off before you begin
any maintenance or repairs.This will help
eliminate several potential hazards:
* Carbon monoxide poisoning from engine
exhaust.
Be sure there is adequate ventilation whenever
you operate the engine.
* Burns from hot parts.
Let the engine and exhaust system cool before
touching.
* Injury from moving parts.
Do not run the engine unless instructed to do so.
Read the instructions before you begin, and
make sure you have the tools and skills required.
To help prevent the motorcycle from falling
over,park it on a firm,level surface, using the side
stand or a maintenance stand to provide
support.
To reduce the possibility of a fire or
explosion, be careful when working around
petrol.Use only nonflammable solvent, not
petrol, to clean parts.Keep cigarettes,sparks and
flames away from all fuel-related parts.
Remember that your SKYTEAM dealer knows
your motorcycle best and is fully equipped to
maintain and repair it.
To ensure the best quality and reliability use only
new genuine SKYTEAM parts or their
equivalents for repair and replacement.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Perform the Pre-ride Inspection at each scheduled maintenance period.
I: INSPECT AND CLEAN, ADJUST, LUBRICATE OR REPLACE IF NECESSARY
C: CLEAN R: REPLACE A: ADJUST L: LUBRECATE
The following Maintenance Schedule specifies all maintenance required to keep your motorcycle in
peak operating condition. Maintenance work should be performed in accordance with standards and
specifications of SKYTEAM by properly trained and equipped technicians. Your SKYTEAM dealer
meets all of these requirements.
* Should be serviced by your SKYTEAM dealer, unless the owner has the proper tools and service
data and is mechanically qualified.
** In the interest of safety, we recommend these items be serviced only by your SKYTEAM dealer
SKYTEAM recommends that your SKYTEAM dealer should road test your motorcycle after each
periodic maintenance is carried out.
NOTE:(1)service more frequently when ridden in wet or dusty conditions.
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WHICHEVER INITIAL
REGULAR
COMES MAINT. NAINT.INTERVAL
km
FIRST
150 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000
ITEMS
mi
100 600 1,200 1,800 2,400
l
NOTE MONTH 1
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12
18
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* FUEL LINE
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** FUEL STRAINER SCREEN
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* THROTTLE OPERATION
AIR CLEANER
NOTE(1)
C
C
C
C
SPARK PLUG
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* VALVE CLEARANCE
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ENGINE OIL
R
R
R
R
R
C
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** ENGINE OIL/STRAINER SCREEN
A
A
A
A
A
* CAM CHAIN TENSION
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** ENGINE IDLE SPEED
FREQUENCY
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ITEMS
DRIVE CHAIN
WHICHEVER INITIAL
REGULAR
FREQUENCY COMES -->
MAINT. NAINT.INTERVAL
km
FIRST
150 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000
mi
100 600 1,200 1,800 2,400
l
NOTE MONTH 1
6
12
18
24
Every 1,600km(1,000mi)or
NOTE(1)
I,L
every 100 operating hours:C
DRIVE CHAIN SLIDER
BRAKE SHOE WEAR
BRAKE SYSTEM
CLUTCH SYSTEM
SIDE STAND
* SUSPENSION
* NUTS,BOLT,FASTENERS
** WHEELS/TIRES
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** STEERING HEAD BEARINGS
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SERIAL NUMBERS
The frame and engine serial numbers are required
when registering your motorcycle.They may also
be required by your dealer when ordering
replacement parts.
Record the numbers here for your reference
The frame number(1) is stamped on the left side
of the steering head.
The engine number(2) is stamped on the left side
of the engine.
FRAME NO.
ENGINE NO.
(1)
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(2)
(1) frame number
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(2)engine number
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AIR CLEANER
The air cleaner should be serviced at regular
intervals. Service more frequently when riding
in unusually wet or dusty areas.
(1)
1.Wash the air cleaner in clean nonflammable
or high flash point solvent and let dry thoroughly.
ENGINGE OIL
Refer to the Safety Precautions.
Never use petrol or low flash point solvents for
cleaning the air cleaner.A fire or explosion could
result.
Engine Oil
Good engine oil has many desirable qualities.Use
only high detergent,quality motor oil certified
on the container to meet or exceed requirements
for API Service Classification SE,SF or SG.
2. Soak the air cleaner in gear oil until
saturated,then squeeze out the excess oil.
3.Reinstall the air cleaner.
Viscosity:
Viscosity grade of engine oil should be based on
average atmospheric temperature in your riding
area.The following provides a guide to the
selection of the proper grade or viscosity of oil
to be used at various atmospheric temperatures.
(1)Air cleaner
(1)Single grade (2)Multi grade
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Engine oil
Engine oil quality is the chief factor affecting
engine service life. Change the engine oil as
specified in the maintenance schedule.
When running in very dusty conditions oil
changes should be performed more frequently
than specified in the maintenance schedule.
If a torque wrench is not used for this installation,
see your SKYTEAM dealer as soon as possible
to verify proper assembly.
Change the engine oil with the engine at normal
operating temperature and the motorcycle on its
side stand to assure complete and rapid draining.
Please dispose of used engine oil in a manner
that is compatible with the environment.We
suggest you take it in a sealed container to your
local recycling center or service station for
reclamation. Do not throw it in the trash or pour
it on the ground or down a drain.
TRANSMISSION OIL (SHIFTING GEAR
OIL)
After a long time driving, the shifting gear
oil in the transmission may degrade, which could
reduce the lubricating performance of the oil.
Therefore, after first1000km driving and afterwards every 6000km, change the oil according
to the following instructions.
Changing the luboil in the engine should be
carried out when the engine is warm.
Remove the engine oil filler cap/dipstick
then the drain cock to drain the oil fully. The
used oil drainage should be carried out. Then
refit the drain cock, pour the new luboil by the
oil filler hole. Check the luboil level with a
dipstick: insert a dipstick into the gear box, the
oil level should be between the marks and ( Do
not screw the dipstick into the hole).
Used engine oil may cause skin cancer if
repeatedly left in contact with the skin for
prolonged periods.Although this is unlikely
unless you handle used oil on a daily basis, it is
still advisable to thoroughly wash your hands
with soap and water as soon as possible after
handing used oil.
(1)
(2)Oil drain plug
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SPARK PLUG
Recommended plugs:
Standard:A7RTC(ST50-11)
CR6HSA(ST125-11)
NOTICE
Never use a spark plug with an improper heat
range.Severe engine damage could result.
1.Disconnect the spark plug cap.
2.Clean any dirt from around the spark plug base.
3.Remove the spark plug.
4. Usually inspect the spark plug electrodes for
wear, The center electrode should have square
edges and the side electrode should not be
eroded.
5. Discard the spark plug if there in apparent wear
or if the insulator is cracked or chipped.
For most riding conditions this spark plug heat
range number is satisfactory. However, if the
motorcycle is going to be operated for extended
periods at high speeds or near maximum power
in hot climates, the spark plug should be changed
to a colder heat range(a higher number).
6. Check the spark plug gap(1)using a wire-type
feeler gauge. if adjustment is necessary,bend the
side electrode(2)carefully.
The gap should be:
0.6-0.7mm(0.02-0.03in)
7. Make sure the plug washer is in good condition.
8.With the plug washer attached, thread the spark
plug in by hand to prevent cross-threading.
9.Tighten a new spark plug1/2turn with a spark
plug wrench to compress the washer.If you are
reusing a plug, it should only take 1/8-1/4 turn
after the plug seats.
NOTIC
E spark plug must be securely tightened.An
The
improperly tightened plug can become very hot
and possibly damage the engine.
10.Reinstall the spark plug cap.
(1)Spark plug gap
(2)Side electrode
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IDLE SPEED
Idle speed:
The engine must be at normal operating
te mperature for accurate idle speed
adjustment.Ten minutes of stop-and-go riding is
sufficient.
1.Warm up the engine and hold the motorcycle
upright.
2.Connect a tachometer to the engine.
3. Adjust idle speed with the throttle stop
screw(1).
Idle speed(In neutral):
1,350 ± 100min-1(rpm)
Do not attempt to compensate for faults in other
systems by adjusting idle speed.See your
SKYTEAM dealer for regularly scheduled
carburetor adjustments.
THROTTLE OPERATION
Cable Inspection:
1,Check for smooth rotation of the throttle grip
from the fully open to the fully closed position
at both full steering positions.
2. Inspect the condition of the throttle cable from
the throttle grip down to the carburetor. If the
cable is kinked,chafed or improperly routed,it
should be replaced and/or rerouted.
3. Lubricate the cable with a commercially
available cable lubricant to prevent premature
wear and corrosion.
(1)
(1)
(1)Throttle cable
B
A
(1)Throttle stop screw (A)Increase
(B)Decrease
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DRIVE CHAIN
The service life of the drive chain is dependent
upon proper lubrication and adjustment.Poor
maintenance can cause premature wear or
damage to the drive chain and sprockets.
The drive chain should be checked and lubricated
as part of the Pre-ride Inspection. Under severe
usage, or when the motorcycle is ridden in
unusually dusty or muddy areas,more frequent
maintenance will be necessary.
4. Adjust free play with the throttle cable adjuster
(2).Measured in grip rotation,the standard
throttle grip free play is:
2-6mm(0.1-0.2in)
5. To adjust the free play, loosen the lock
nut(3)and turn the adjuster(2).
6. After adjustment,check again for smooth
rotation of the throttle grip from the fully closed
to the fully open position with the steering to
the full right and left as well as straight ahead.
If proper throttle free play cannot be achieved,
contact your SKYTEAM dealer.
(2)Adjuster
(3)Lock nut
(A)Decrease free play
(B)Increase free play
3. Roll the motorcycle forward, stop, and then
check the drive chain slack. Repeat this
procedure several times.Drive chain slack should
remain constant.If the chain is slack only in
certain sections, some links are kinkied and
binding.Binding and kinking can frequently be
eliminated by lubrication.
NOTIC
E
Excessive chain slack may allow the drive chain
to damage the engine cases
Inspection:
1.Turn the engine off,place the motorcycle on
its side stand and shift the transmission into
neutral.
2. Check slack in the lower drive chain run
midway between the sprockets.
Drive chain slack should be adjusted to allow
the following vertical movement by hand:
25-35mm(1.0-1.4in)
(1)Drive chain
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4. Measure a section of the drive chain to
determine whether the chain is worn beyond its
service limit.Remove the drive chain and
measure the distance between a span of pins from
pin center to pin center. If the distance exceeds
the service limit, the chain is worn out and should
be replaced.
Adjustment:
If the drive chain requires adjustment, the
procedure is as follows;
1. Place a support block under the engine to raise
the rear wheel off the ground.
2. Loosen the rear axle nut(1).
(3)
6.Inspect the sprocket teeth for possible wear or
damage.
Damaged sprocket
Teeth
Replace
Worn sprocket
Teeth
Replace
(2)
Normal sprocket Teeth
Good
(4)
If the drive chain or sprockets are excessively
worn or damaged,they should be replaced.Never
use a new chain with worn sprockets;rapid chain
wear will result.
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(1)Rear axle nut
(2)Adjuster
(1)
(3)Indicator
(4)Scale
3. Turn the both the right and left chain adjuster
nuts(2) to keep the left and right indicator (3) at
same line to increase or decrease chain slack.
4.Tighten the axle nut
5.Recheck drive chain slack.
If a torque wrench is not used for this installation,
see your SKYTEAM dealer as soon as possible
to verify proper assembly.
Lubrication:
Use SAE 80 or 90 gear oil or a commercially
prepared drive chain lubricants in preference to
motor oil or other lubricants. Saturate each chain
link joint so that the lubricant penetrates between
the link plates, pins, bushings, and rollers.
Removal and Cleaning:
When the drive chain becomes dirty, it should
be removed and cleaned prior to lubrication.
1. With the engine off, carefully remove the
master link retaining clip with a pair of pliers.
Do not bend or twist the clip. Remove the master
link. Remove the drive chain from the
motorcycle.
2. Clean the drive chain in high flash-point
solvent and allow it to dry.Inspect the drive chain
for possible wear or damage. Replace any chain
that has damaged rollers. loose fitting links, or
otherwise appears unserviceable.
Never use petrol or low flash point solvents for
cleaning the drive chain. Afire or explosion could
result.
3.
Inspect the sprocket teeth for possible
wear or damage.
4.
Lubricate the drive chain.
5.
Pass the chain over the sprockets and
join the ends of the chain with the master link.
For ease of assembly, hold the chain ends
against adjacent rear sprocket teeth while
inserting the master link.
The master link is the most critical part affecting
the security of the drive chain. Master links are
reusable, if they remain in excellent condition,
but it is recommended that a new master link
retaining clip be installed whenever the drive
chain is reassembled.
Install the master link retaining clip so that the
closed end of the clip will face the direction of
forward wheel rotation.
(1)
(1)Retaining clip
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WHEEL REMOVAL
WHEEL RIMS AND SPOKES
1. Inspect the wheel rims(1)and spokes (2)for
damage.
2.Tighten any loose spokes and rim locks(3)
3. Check wheel rim runout. If runout is
noticeable, see your SKYTEAM dealer for
inspection.
Installation Notes:
To install the front wheel assembly reverse
the removal procedure.
Be sure to tighten the axle nut to:
62 n.m(6.3kgf.m, 46ibf.ft)
Check front brake.
After installing the wheel, apply the brake
several times and then check if the wheel rotates
freely. Recheck the wheel if the brake drags or
if the wheel does not rotate freely.
Front Wheel Removal
1. Raise the front wheel off the ground by placing
a support block under the engine.
2. Remove the front axle (1). The front wheel can
now be removed.
Maintenance of spoke tension and wheel trueness
are critical to safe motorcycle cooperation.
During the first 150 km(100miles), spokes will
loosen more rapidly due to initial seating of parts.
Excessively loose spokes may result in high
speed instability and possible loss of control.
(1)Wheel
(2)Spoke
(3)Rim lock
(1)
(1)Front axle
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Rear Wheel Removal
1. Raise the rear wheel off the ground by placing
a support block under the engine.
2. Disassemble the cotter pin (3), unscrew the
axle nut (1) and nut(2), and then pull the axle.
Push the wheel forward and derail the drive chain
from the rear sprocket.Tilt the motorcycle to one
side so that the wheel can be removed.
Installation Notes:
To install the rear wheel, reverse the removal
procedure. Tighten the axle nut to:
45 N.m (4.6 kfg.m)
Adjust the drive chain
Adjust the brake
Apply the brake several times and check for
free wheel rotation after the brake pedal is
released.
(1)
If a torque wrench was not used for installation,
see your SKYTEAM dealer as soon as possible
to verify proper assembly. Improper assembly
may lead to loss of braking capacity.
(3)
(2)
(1) Axle nut
(2) Nut
(3) Cotter pin
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FRONT SUSPENSION
Operating the motorcycle with loose, worn, or
damaged steering or front suspension
components may adversely affect vehicle
handling and stability.
If any suspension components appear worn or
damaged, consult your SKYTEAM dealer for
further inspection. The suspension components
are directly related to safety and your
SKYTEAM dealer is qualified to determine
whether or not replacement parts or repairs are
needed.
Check the fork operation by locking the front
brake and pumping the forks up and down
several times. The suspension should function
smoothly, with no oil leakage from the fork legs.
Damaged, binding, or leaking fork should be
repaired before the motorcycle is operated.
Check security of all fork and handlebar
mounting bolts (1).
(1)
REAR SUSPENSION
Check the rear suspension periodically by careful
visual examination. Note the following items:
1.Swingarm bushings (1)should be checked by
pushing hard against the side of the rear wheel
while the motorcycle is on a support block and
feeling for looseness of the bushings.
2. Check all suspension component attachment
points for security of their fasteners (2).
3.Check for oil leaks in the shock absorber units.
If any suspension components appear worn or
damaged, consult your SKYTEAM dealer for
further inspection. The suspension components
are directly related to safety and your
SKYTEAM dealer is qualified to determine
whether or not replacement parts or repairs are
needed.
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1) Swingarm bushings
(2) Fasteners
(1) Mounting bolts
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(2)
SIDE STAND
Check the side stand spring for damage and loss
of tension,and the side stand assembly for
freedom of movement.
If the side stand is squeaky or stiff,clean the pivot
area and lubricate the pivot bolt with clean engine
oil.
(1)
(2)
(1)Side stand spring
(2)Side stand
CLEANING
Clean your motorcycle regularly to protect the
surface finishes and inspect for damage, wear
and oil leakage.
High pressure washer spray can damage certain
parts of your motorcycle. If you use a high
pressure washer, avoid spraying the following
areas:
Avoid cleaning products that are not specifically
designed for motorcycle or automobile surfaces.
They may contain harsh detergents or chemical
solvents that could damage the metal,paint,and
plastic on your motorcycle.
Wheel Hubs
Muffler Outlet
Under Seat
Engine Stop Button
Under Fuel Tank
Drive Chain
Carburetor
Ignition Switch
If your motorcycle is still warm from recent
operation, give the engine and exhaust system
time to cool off.
We recommend avoiding the use of high pressure
water spray (typical in coin operated car washes).
NOTICE
High pressure water (or air) can damage certain
parts of the motorcycle.
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Washing the motorcycle
1. Rinse the motorcycle thoroughly with cool
water to remove loose dirt.
2. Clean the motorcycle with a sponge or soft
cloth using cool water.
Avoid directing water to muffler outlets and
electrical parts.
3.Clean the plastic parts using a cloth or sponge
dampened with a solution of milk detergent and
water.Rub the soiled area gently rinsing it
frequently with fresh water.
Take care to keep brake fluid or chemical
solvents off the motorcycle.
They will damage the plastic and painted
surfaces.
4.After cleaning,rinse the motorcycle thoroughly
with plenty of clean water. Strong detergent
residue can corrode alloy parts.
5.Dry the motorcycle,start the engine, and let it
run for several minutes.
6. Test the brakes before riding the
motorcycle.Several applications may be
necessary to restore normal braking
performance.
7. Lubricate the drive chain immediately after
washing and drying the motorcycle.
Braking efficiency may be temporarily impaired
immediately after washing the motorcycle.
Anticipate longer stopping distance to avoid a
possible accident.
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Finishing Touches
After washing your motorcycle,consider using
a commercially-available spray cleaner/polish or
quality liquid or paste wax to finish the job. Use
only a non-abrasive polish or wax made
s p e c i f i c a l l y fo r m o t o r c y c l e s or
automobiles.Apply the polish or wax according
to the instructions on the container.
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STORAGE GUIDE
Extended storage,such as for winter, requires that
you take certain steps to reduce the effects of
the motorcycle.In addition, necessary repairs
should be made BEFORE storing the
motorcycle; otherwise ,these repairs may be
forgotten by the time the motorcycle is removed
from storage.
> WARINING
Petrol is highly flammable and explosive, you
can be burned or seriously injured when
handling fuel.
Stop the engine and keep heat,sparks, and
flame away.
Refuel only outdoors.
Wipe up spills immediately.
STORAGE
1.Change the engine oil.
2. Drain the fuel tank and carburetor into an
approved petrol container.
Reinstall the fuel fill cap on the tank.
3.To prevent rusting in the cylinder, perform the
following:
Remove the spark plug cap from the spark
plug.Using tape or string,secure the cap to any
convenient plastic body part so that it is
positioned away from the spark plug.
Remove the spark plug from the engine and
store it in a safe place.Do not connect the spark
plug to the spark plug cap.
Pour a tablespoon (15-20cm3) of clean
engine oil into the cylinder and cover the spark
plug hole with a piece of cloth.
Crank the engine several times to distribute
the oil.
Reinstall the spark plug and spark plug cap
If storage will last more than one
month,carburetor draining is very important,to
assure proper performance after storage.
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REMOVAL FROM STORAGE
1.Uncover and clean the motorcycle.
Change the engine oil if more than 4 months have
passed since the start of storage.
2.Perform all Pre-ride Inspection checks.
3.Test ride the motorcycle at low speeds in a safe
riding area away from traffic.
4.Wash and dry the motorcycle.Wax all painted
surfaces.Coat chrome with rust inhibiting oil.
5.Lubricate the drive chain
6. Inflate the tires to their recommended
pressures.Place the motorcycle on blocks to raise
both tires off the ground.
7. Cover the motorcycle (don't use plastic or other
coated materials) and store in an unheated area,
free of dampness with a minimum of daily
temperature variation. Do not store the motorycle
in direct sunlight.
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SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS
Overall length
1880mm
Overall width8
875mm
Overall height
1025mm
Wheelbase
1225mm
WEIGHT
Dry weight
CAPACITIES
Fuel tank
Passenger capacity
3.8L
75kg
ENGINE
Bore and stroke
Compression ratio
Displacement
Spark plug
Valve clearance(Cold)
93kg
MAIN PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS
ST50-11
Type I
Type II
Fuel consumption at economical speed
1.5L/100km
Max. speed
40km/h
25km/h
Rated power
1.9kw(7750rpm) 1.0kw(6000rpm)
2.8N.m(5000rpm) 2.0N.m(3500rpm)
Max. torque
1350 ± 100r/min
Idle speed
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ST125-11
1.8L/100km
82km/h
5.0kw(6500r/min)
7.3N.m(6500r/min)
ELECTRICAL
Ignition type
Generator
Battery
Head light
Turning signal indicator light
Tail/brake light
ST50-11
39mm x 41.4mm
8.8:1
49cm3
A7RTC
Intake: 0.05mm
Exhaust: 0.05mm
CDI
Magneto
12V 3Ah
12V 35W/35W
12V 10W
12V 21W/5W
72
ST125-11
52.4mm x 57.0mm
9:1
124cm3
CR6HSA
Instrument indicator light
Horn
Fuse
12V 3W, 12V 1.7W
12V 1.5A 95 dB(A)
10A
CHASSIS AND SUSPENSION
Caster
25o
Tire size, front
21 X 7.00-10
Tire size, rear
21 X 7.00-10
All information,illustration, photographs and
specifications contained in this manual are based on the
latest product information available at time of
POWER TRANSMISSION
Gear ratio,1st
2nd
3rd
4th
Final reduction
ST50-11
36/11
31/18
25/21
20/22
52/13
ST125-11
36/11
31/16
27/20
24/23
36/15
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ST50-11, ST125-11 Electrical Diagram
Main switch
Switch assy, right handle Switch, front brake Flash relay
Switch, rear brake
Battery
Start motor Startrelay
Rec\ifierassy
Front signal lamp, right
12V10W
12V10W
Rear signal lamp, right
Lu
----r-1\
-----l l J
Lu ---=-Lu
Gr ------o<l- Gr
Gr
lndicator
1/Y-----cJ<1-Gr/BQ)
Gr------c:}4---Gr
Br ------c:::J<J--Br
Odometer
Tail
Gr---=-- Gr
0 --c:n----- O
/
Gr
Gr
Y/WBr
Gr W W
---i
l J
Rear signal lamp, lefl
12V10W
Br B
Br
Position lamp
12V5W
Front signal lamp, lefl
Clutch switch
Horn
Side stand swilah lgnition coil
12V1DW
C.0.1
Diode
Mognetor
Neutral swilch
Switch assy, lefl handle
Main swilch
Swilch, engine slap
lamp
Start swilch
Switch, lamp system
Switch, high/low beam
Swilch, signal lamp
Switch, horn
Switch, dipped headligh\
B
Blue
y
Yellow
Po
0
Orange
Bk
Black
lo
Lightblue
p
Pink
Br
Brown
Lg
Lightgreen
R
Red
G,
Green
w
White
Gy
Gray
Purple
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