This hand- book contains the information you

RR 350-390-430-480 EFI
Thanks for you preference, and have a good time! This handbook contains the information you need to properly operate and
maintain your motorcycle.
The data, specifications and images shown in this manual does not constitute
an engagement on the part of BETAMOTOR S.p.A. BETAMOTOR reserves
the right to make any changes and improvements to its models at any moment and without notice.
Code 031440350 000
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IMPORTANT
We recommend you to check all the tightenings after the first one
or two hours’ ride over rough ground. Special attention should
be paid to the following parts:
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rear sprocket
ensure that the footrests are properly fixed
front/rear brake levers/calipers/discs
check that the plastics are properly fastened
engine bolts
shock absorber bolts/swingarm
wheel hubs/spokes
rear frame
pipe connections
tensioning the chain
IMPORTANT
In the event of interventions on the vehicle, contact Betamotor
after-sales service.
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CONTENTS
Operating instructions.............................................................................. 5
Symbols................................................................................................. 5
Riding safety.......................................................................................... 6
CHAPTER 2 OPERATION................................................................... 15
Main parts........................................................................................... 16
Digital rpm indicator operating instructions............................................... 20
Checks before and after use................................................................... 30
Running in............................................................................................ 30
Fuelling................................................................................................ 31
Starting the engine................................................................................ 32
Engine shut-down.................................................................................. 32
Vehicle preparation for use in heavy-duty conditions.................................. 33
CHAPTER 3 ADJUSTMENTS............................................................... 35
Key to symbols..................................................................................... 36
Brakes................................................................................................. 36
Clutch.................................................................................................. 36
Adjustment of gas clearance................................................................... 37
Idle adjustment..................................................................................... 37
Handlebar adjustment........................................................................... 37
Adjusting fork....................................................................................... 39
Shock absorber.................................................................................... 39
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION............................................... 7
Vehicle identification data........................................................................ 8
Tools kit................................................................................................. 8
Familiarizing with the vehicle................................................................. 10
Specifications....................................................................................... 11
Recommended lubricants and liquid........................................................ 14
CHAPTER 4 CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE...................................... 43
Engine oil............................................................................................. 44
Gearbox oil......................................................................................... 46
Liquid coolant....................................................................................... 47
Air filter............................................................................................... 49
Spark plug........................................................................................... 51
Front brake.......................................................................................... 52
Rear brake........................................................................................... 55
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Clutch control....................................................................................... 58
Check and adjusting of steering play....................................................... 60
Oil fork................................................................................................ 61
Rear suspension leverage....................................................................... 64
Tyres................................................................................................... 65
Chain.................................................................................................. 65
Headlight............................................................................................. 67
Replacing the headlight bulbs................................................................. 67
Tail light............................................................................................... 67
Battery................................................................................................. 68
Fuses................................................................................................... 70
Cleaning the vehicle.............................................................................. 71
Electrical connector maintenance............................................................ 72
Prolonged inactivity............................................................................... 74
Scheduled maintenance vehicle ............................................................. 75
Tightening torque overview.................................................................... 77
CHAPTER 5 REMOVING AND INSTALLING SUPERSTRUCTURES..... 79
Removing and installing of the saddle...................................................... 80
Removing and installing air filter cover panel............................................ 81
Removing and installing of the tank......................................................... 82
CHAPTER 6 TROUBLESHOOTING..................................................... 83
Troubleshooting.................................................................................... 84
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
•The vehicle must be accompanied by: number-plate, registration document, tax
disc and insurance.
•Do not sit on the vehicle when it is on its stand.
•Do not start the engine in closed places.
WARNING
Any modifications and tampering with the vehicle during the warranty period exempt
the manufacturer from all responsibility and invalidate warranty.
SYMBOLS
SAFETY/ATTENTION
Failure to respect information marked with this symbol can entail a personal
hazard.
INTEGRITY OF THE VEHICLE
Failure to respect information marked with this symbol can entail serious damage
to the vehicle and termination of the warranty.
FLAMMABLE LIQUID HAZARD
Read the use and maintenance manual carefully.
MANDATORY TO WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
Use of the vehicle is subject to wearing specific protective clothing and safety
footwear.
PROTECTIVE GLOVES MANDATORY
To perform the operations described, it is mandatory to wear protective gloves.
FORBIDDEN TO USE NAKED FLAMES OR POSSIBLE UNCONTROLLED
IGNITION SOURCES
NO SMOKING
DO NOT USE MOBILE PHONE
CORROSIVE SUBSTANCES HAZARD
Liquids marked with this symbol are highly corrosive: handle with care
POISONING HAZARD
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RIDING SAFETY
•Observe the Highway Code.
•Always wear approved personal protective equipment.
•Always keep the crash helmet visor clean.
•Do not keep sharp or brittle objects in your pockets while riding.
•Properly adjust the rearview mirrors.
•Always ride in a seated position, with both hands on the handlebars and both feet
on the footrests.
•Never ride abreast with other vehicles.
•Do not tow and avoid being towed by other vehicles.
•Always keep a safe distance from other vehicles.
•Do not start off while the vehicle is on its stand.
•Avoid swaying and wheelies as they are extremely dangerous for your own and
other people’s safety as well as for your vehicle.
•Always apply both brakes on dry roads with no gravel and sand. Using one brake
may be dangerous and cause uncontrolled skidding.
•To reduce the braking distance, always apply both brakes.
•On wet roads and in off-road riding, drive with care and at moderate speed. Take
special care in applying the brakes.
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CONTENTS
Vehicle identification data........................................................................ 8
Frame identification............................................................................ 8
Engine identification........................................................................... 8
Tools kit................................................................................................. 8
Familiarizing with the vehicle................................................................. 10
Main parts....................................................................................... 10
Specifications....................................................................................... 11
Weight............................................................................................ 11
Dimensions...................................................................................... 11
Tyres............................................................................................... 11
Capacities....................................................................................... 11
Front suspension............................................................................... 12
Rear suspension............................................................................... 12
Front brake...................................................................................... 12
Rear brake...................................................................................... 12
Engine............................................................................................ 13
Recommended lubricants and liquid........................................................ 14
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CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION
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VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
DATA
GENERAL INFORMATION
A
FRAME IDENTIFICATION
Frame identification data A are stamped
on the right side of the steering head tube.
ENGINE IDENTIFICATION
Engine identification data B are stamped
in the area shown in the figure.
B
TOOLS KIT
The following items are supplied as standard: operation, maintenance manual, tool
kit and the cable adapter to connect the
CAN socket to a scantool (see photo).
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To take the tool kit, remove the saddle 1
(page 80). �������������������������
Pull the rear side panel 2
(page 81).
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Get off the male end wrenches (8 mm) and
hexagon socket 3. With these is possible
to unscrew the screw 4.
3
Pull the left cover of rear fender and unhook
two rubber band 5. Now the toolkit 6 is
accessible.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
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FAMILIARIZING WITH THE VEHICLE
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2
5
GENERAL INFORMATION
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1
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20
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MAIN PARTS
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6
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Fuel tank
Tank cap
Silencer
Rear shock absorber
Headlight
Rear light
Side stand
Fork
Rider’s footrests
10 - Lower bumper
(Bumper kit)
11 - Saddle
12 - Engine
13 - Front mudguard
14 - Number-plate holder
15 - Kick-start
16 - Gear lever
17 - Rear brake lever
10
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
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Front brake lever
Clutch lever
Throttle
Fork covers
Rear mudguard
Cover air filter
Front indicators
Rear indicators
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SPECIFICATIONS
WEIGHT
Version
Total [kg]
Front [kg]
Rear [kg]
RR 350 - RR 390
111.5
54.5
57
RR 430 - RR 480
112.5
54.5
58
maximum length.......................................................................... 2180
maximum width............................................................................ 807
overall height............................................................................. 1270
wheelbase................................................................................. 1490
saddle height................................................................................ 940
ground clearance.......................................................................... 320
footrest height............................................................................... 413
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
TYRES
Dimensions
Front tyre
Rear tyre
90/90-21
140/80-18
Pressure [Bar]
Front tyre
Rear tyre
1,5 (road use)
1,8 (road use)
1 (off-road use)
1 (off-road use)
front rim......................................................................... 21x1,6 - 36 holes
rear rim....................................................................... 18x2,15 - 36 holes
CAPACITIES
fuel tank...........................................................................................8
including reserve...............................................................................2
coolant circuit................................................................................1,3
motor oil.....................................................................................0,75
gear oil.......................................................................................0,75
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liter
liter
liter
liter
liter
GENERAL INFORMATION
DIMENSIONS
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FRONT SUSPENSION
Hydraulic upside-down fork (shafts Ø48 mm) with open cartridge
Spring............................................................................................. K 4,8
Oil type....................................................................... Liqui Moly SAE 5W
Oil quantity..................................................................................... 545 g
Compression clicks (from completely closed)............................................. 12
Rebound clicks (from completely closed)................................................... 12
GENERAL INFORMATION
REAR SUSPENSION
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Single shock absorber with compound lever
Spring............................................................................................. K 5,4
Static sag load (see page 37)3���������������������������������������������������������� 35 mm
Compression clicks, high speeds (from completely closed).......................... 18
Compression clicks, low speeds (from completely closed)........................... 18
Rebound clicks (from completely closed)................................................... 22
Rear wheel travel.......................................................................... 290 mm
FRONT BRAKE
Ø 260 mm disc and dual-piston floating caliper
REAR BRAKE
Ø240 mm disc and single-piston floating caliper
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ENGINE
Version
RR 350
Type
RR 390
RR 430
RR 480
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Single-cylinder, 4-stroke
Bore x stroke [mm]
88x57,4
88x63,4
95x60,8
100x60,8
Displacement [cm³]
349,1
386
431
478
Compression ratio
13,19:1
12,5:1
12,3:1
11,9:1
CO2 [g/km]
88,5
96
94
104
Fuel consumption [l/100km]
3,658
3,966
3,887
4,297
Cooling system.......................................... forced liquid circulation by pump
Spark plug..................................................................... NGK LKAR 8A - 9
Clutch................................................................................... wet, multidisc
Transmission................................................... 6-speed with front claw clutch
Version
RR 350
RR 390
RR 430
RR 480
Primary drive
28/76
28/76
31/73
31/73
Gear ratio 1st gear
12/31
12/31
12/31
12/31
Gear ratio 2 gear
15/28
15/28
15/28
15/28
Gear ratio 3rd gear
19/28
19/28
19/28
19/28
Gear ratio 4 gear
20/24
20/24
20/24
20/24
Gear ratio 5 gear
27/27
27/27
27/27
27/27
Gear ratio 6th gear
28/24
28/24
28/24
28/24
Final drive
15/45
15/45
15/45
15/45
nd
th
th
GENERAL INFORMATION
Fuel system.....................................................................electronic injection
Starting..............................................................electric starter and kickstart
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GENERAL INFORMATION
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RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS AND LIQUID
To maximize the vehicle’s performance and ensure many years of trouble-free operation, we recommend using the following products:
PRODUCT TYPE
SPECIFICATIONS
ENGINE OIL
Liqui Moly racing Synth 10W50
GEAR AND CLUTCH OIL
Liqui Moly racing 10W40
BRAKE OIL
Liqui Moly brake fluid DOT 5.1
CLUTCH ACTUATOR OIL
Liqui Moly brake fluid DOT 5.1
FORK OIL
Liqui Moly SAE 5W
TIE ROD GREASE
Liqui Moly Schmierfix
LIQUID COOLANT
Liqui Moly Coolant ready mix RAF 12 PLUS
Note:
It is essential that all renewals should be performed with the products listed in the
table above.
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Main parts........................................................................................... 16
Clutch lever..................................................................................... 16
LH switch......................................................................................... 16
RH switch........................................................................................ 16
Front brake lever and gas control....................................................... 17
Gear change lever........................................................................... 17
Brake pedal..................................................................................... 17
Kickstart.......................................................................................... 17
Side stand....................................................................................... 18
Keys............................................................................................... 19
Steering lock.................................................................................... 19
Digital rpm indicator operating instructions............................................... 20
Checks before and after use................................................................... 30
Running in............................................................................................ 30
Fuelling................................................................................................ 31
Starting the engine................................................................................ 32
Engine shut-down.................................................................................. 32
Vehicle preparation for use in heavy-duty conditions.................................. 33
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OPERATION
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MAIN PARTS
1
CLUTCH LEVER
Clutch lever 1 is fitted to the left-hand side
of the handlebars.
LH SWITCH
The dip and service switch is located on
the left side of the handlebar and is composed as follows:
1 -Horn button;
2 -Dip switch:
parking lights and high beam;
parking lights and low beam;
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OPERATION
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RH SWITCH
Starter button 1 is located on the right-hand
side of the handlebars and operate the
electric engine starter. Press and hold the
button until the engine starts.
Do not press the button 1 while the engine
is running.
The button 2 turns off the engine.
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ON
3 -Flash-to-pass button;
4 -Turn signal light switch: shifting lever
left or right activates the left or right
indicators. When released, the lever
returns to the central position. Press it
to turn the indicators off.
OFF
Caution:
Before starting the engine, make sure the
2 button is ON.
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FRONT BRAKE LEVER AND GAS
CONTROL
2
A
The front brake lever A and the gas throttle B are located on the right side of the
handlebar.
B
GEAR CHANGE LEVER
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BRAKE PEDAL
Brake pedal is located in front of the righthand footrest.
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3
2
1
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OPERATION
Gear change lever is fitted to the left side
of the engine.
The positions corresponding to the different
gears are shown in the figure.
KICKSTART
The kick-starter pedal is located on the
right side of the engine. The upper part
is rotatable. To start, depress the kickstarter outward and with a quick movement
downward.
The pedal will automatically return upwards. After starting, manually fold the
pedal in the rest position.
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SIDE STAND
Press down side stand with the foot and
lean the vehicle against it.
Ensure that the ground is solid and the
vehicle stands steadily.
OPERATION
WARNING: do not climb on
the vehicle when the side stand
is down.
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If the vehicle is used off-road, the closed
stand can be further fastened by means of
rubber band.
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KEYS
The vehicle is supplied with two keys (one
key and its spare).
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To activate the steering lock:
- turn the handlebar counter-clockwise;
- push the key and turn counter-clockwise;
Remove the key from this position.
To deactivate the steering lock:
- turn the key clockwise;
- turn the handlebar clockwise;
From this position, the handlebar is free to
move, the key can be removed.
WARNING: do not keep the spare key
inside the vehicle, but in a safe place.
We suggest you note the code number
stamped on the keys. In this way you can
obtain a duplicate.
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OPERATION
STEERING LOCK
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DIGITAL RPM INDICATOR OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Index
1
General information
2
Operating condition
3
General characteristics
3.1
Dashboard start-up process
3.1.1 Wake up events
3.2
LCD Display
3.2.1 LCD general characteristics
3.2.2Speed
3.2.3Odometer
3.2.4 Trip A
3.2.5 Trip B
3.2.6Clock
3.2.7 Ride Time
3.2.8 Unit option display
3.2.9 Wheel length display
3.2.10 Motorbike battery level
3.2.11 Push Button Management Table
3.3Telltales
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Coin battery
1 GENERAL INFORMATION
The dashboard integrates these main blocks:
- LCD display for showing all required information
- 2 pushbuttons
- Coin battery
2 OPERATING CONDITION
Standard supply voltage: Minimum supply voltage w/o reset:
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6.5V
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3 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
3.1 DASHBOARD START-UP PROCESS
The dashboard do some start-up process when is turned ON. There are three different wakes up events for starting the dashboard.
This start-up process consists in turning ON the LCD backlight and the LCD will show
all the segments during 2 seconds.
After the start-up process, dashboard is kept ON during 30 seconds if there are no
events as pushbutton press, speed signal or engine ON.
3.1.1 WAKE UP EVENTS
3.1.1.1 Motorbike power supply is activated
When the power supply of dashboard is activated (e.g. when engine is turned on),
the dashboard does the normal start-up process and is kept ON while
If the motorbike generated a speed pulse, the dashboard will be turned ON doing
the normal start-up process. After the start-up process the dashboard will display the
normal mode, and will be ON during 30 seconds if no speed pulse is generated.
3.1.1.3 Button is pushed
If one or both buttons are pushed the dashboard will be turned ON doing the startup process.
After the start-up process the dashboard will display the normal mode, and will be
ON during 30 seconds if no pushbutton is pressed.
OPERATION
3.1.1.2 Wheel revolution
3.2 LCD DISPLAY
Dashboard is equipped with a LCD display for showing following information:
- Speed
- SoC vehicle battery
- Odometer (distance or ride time)
- Trip TOTAL-A-B (distance or ride time)
- Clock
Each information/data is refreshed independently at different rate, depending on
information type and variability of this information.
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3.2.1 LCD GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
Each information/data is refreshed independently at different rates, depending on
information type and variability of this information.
3.2.2 SPEED
Dashboard computes and displays the motorbike speed on LCD display. Speed
information can be obtained from:
Dedicated digital input for measuring speed sensor frequency.
3.2.2.1 Speed digital input configuration
OPERATION
Configuration parameters for speed input and speed visualization.
Dimensions displayed: [km/h or mph]
Minimum speed indication: [5 km/h]
Speedometer advance: [5 %]
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Wheel parameters:
• Wheel perimeter selectable between 2 values:
• Default wheel perimeter value: (enduro) 2100mm
• 2nd wheel perimeter value: 1811mm
• Pulses per turn: [1 pulses/turn]
3.2.2.2 Speed LCD
Speed and speed units are permanently displayed (km/h or mph).
km/h display range: 0 to 199km/h.
mph display range: 0 to 199mph.
Leading zeros suppressed.
Following picture shows LCD displaying speed in km/h and mph:
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Dashboard provides an odometer and is displayed on LCD display.
This option can be displayed scrolling by “MODE” button.
6 digits and “ODO” icon lighted.
Leading zeros not suppressed.
Display range from 000000 to 999999 km or miles. If odometer is greater than
999999 km, odometer will be fixed as 999999km.
Minimum display unit: 1 km or mile.
3.2.4 TRIP A
Dashboard provides 2 trips and is displayed on LCD display.
This option can be displayed scrolling by “MODE” dashboard button.
4 digits (3digits + decimal point + 1 digit), “TRIP” icon lighted and “A” on the left.
Leading zeros suppressed.
Display range from 0.0 to 999.9 km or miles.
Trip A counter counts from 0 up to 999.9 and then rolls over to 0 and continue
counting.
Minimum display unit: 0.1 km or miles.
Trip A reset by pressing “SET” button more than 2 seconds.
Trip A display the Trip A ride time pressing “SET” button less than 2 seconds. Ride time
is showed as an hour decimal number. Examples: 30 min is 0.5 or 1h20min is 1.3.
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3.2.3 ODOMETER
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3.2.5 TRIP B
This option can be displayed scrolling by “MODE” dashboard button.
4 digits (3digits + decimal point + 1 digit), “TRIP” icon lighted and “B” on the left.
Leading zeros suppressed.
Display range from 0.0 to 999.9 km or miles.
Trip B counter counts from 0 up to 999.9 and then rolls over to 0 and continue
counting.
Minimum display unit: 0.1 km or miles.
Trip B reset by pressing “SET” button more than 2 seconds.
Trip B display the Trip B ride time pressing “SET” button less than 2 seconds. Ride time
is showed as an hour decimal number. Examples: 30 min is 0.5 or 1h20min is 1.3 .
3.2.6 CLOCK
Dashboard provides a clock and is displayed on LCD display. Time is obtained from
internal crystal quartz and is kept while dashboard is connected to coin battery.
Clock format
If units of measure are km 24h
If units of measure are mi12h
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3.2.7 RIDE TIME
Dashboard provides a Ride Time and is displayed on LCD display. Time is obtained
from internal crystal quartz and is kept with a push buttons. When the motorbike is
turned on the ride time starts again.
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3.2.8 UNIT OPTION DISPLAY
3.2.9 WHEEL LENGTH DISPLAY
Dashboard provides the possibility to change the wheel length and be displayed.
The length can be selected between 2 fixed values:
2100mm (enduro)
1811mm
OPERATION
Dashboard provides the possibility to change the units and be displayed.
Pushing mode and set more than 2 seconds
wheel length is saved. “Saved” will be displayed during 1second on Dashboard.
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OPERATION
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3.2.10 MOTORBIKE BATTERY LEVEL
Dashboard displays level of voltage of battery power supply:
Relationship between bars and level of voltage:
Voltage [V]
01
11
12
11.5
23
12
34
12.5
45
13
56
13.5
67
14
78
14.5
Battery level is updated every 30 seconds. Each update increase or decrease 1 bar.
3.2.11 PUSH BUTTON MANAGEMENT TABLE
Mode Speed Function
Button
Time (sec) Activity
ODO
MODE
<2
TOTAL- TRIPA - TRIPB - TOTAL
SET
<2
Ride time- km – Ride time
0
CLOCK MODE MODE&SET >2
CLOCK MODE
0
WHEEL
LENGTH
0
TRIPA
0
TRIPB
0
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Bars
MODE
>10
WHEEL LENGTH MODE
SET
>10
Km/h - mph - Km/h
MODE
<2
TRIPA - TRIPB - ODO - TRIPA
SET
<2
Ride Time- Km– Ride time
SET
>2
Reset Trip A and Ride time
CLOCK MODE MODE&SET >2
CLOCK MODE
MODE
<2
TRIPB - ODO – TRIPA - TRIPB
SET
<2
Ride Time- Km– Ride time
SET
>2
Reset Trip A and Ride time
CLOCK MODE MODE&SET >2
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CLOCK MODE
Mode
Speed Function
CLOCK 0
MODE
Button
2
Time Activity
(sec)
“On Entering Stop MODE
Clock Mode“
<2
Increase in the Hour digits
MODE
>2
Speedy increase in the Hour digits
SET
<2
Increase in the minutes digits
SET
>2
Speedy increase in the minutes digits
MODE&SET
>2
Exit clock set mode and save
the value
NO ACTION >10 Auto exit without saving
Speed Function
WHEEL 0
LENGTH
Button
On entering wheel MODE
length mode
Time (sec) Activity
<2
Change wheel 2100
– 1811
MODE&SET >2
Exit wheel length mode
and save the value
NO ACTION >10
Auto exit without saving
MODE
SET
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Mode
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3.3 TELLTALES
LED number indicator:
OPERATION
LED 1
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LED 2
LED 3
LED 4
Telltales/Indicator lights specifications:
Number of telltales: 4
LED number
Function
LED 1
Blinkers
LED 2
High beam
LED 3
Fuel Reserve
LED 4
MIL telltale (Engine management
system fault)
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Symbol
Power +12V are provided to the dashboard only when the bike is turned on (regulator line).
Blinkers LED
2
The system activates the indicator in synchrony with the activation of the direction indicators
High beam LED
The system activates the indicator in synchrony with the activation of the high beam.
Reserve LED
MIL LED
4 COIN BATTERY
Dashboard is equipped with a coin battery (1) for keeping time when motorbike is
off. Coin size: CR2032.
OPERATION
Indicates a fault in the engine management system. Contact as soon as possible an
authorized Betamotor.
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CHECKS BEFORE AND AFTER USE
For safe driving and long vehicle life you should:
1 Check all fluid levels.
2 Check the correct operation of the brakes and brake pad wear (page 54).
3 Check pressure, general condition and thickness of tread.
4 Check that the spokes are properly tightened.
5 Check the tensioning of the chain (page 65).
6 Check the adjustment and the operation of all the cable controls.
7 Inspect all the nuts and bolts.
OPERATION
8 With the engine running, check the operation of the headlight, the rear and
brake lights, the indicators, the warning lights and the horn.
9 Wash the motorcycle thoroughly after off-road use (page 71).
RUNNING IN
The running-in period lasts approximately 15 hours, during which it is advisable to:
1 During the first 3 hours of operation the engine should only be used to approximately 50 percent of its power. In addition, the engine speed should not
exceed 7,000 rpm.
2 For the next 12 hours of operation the engine should only be used to about
75 percent of its power.
WARNING
After the first 3 hours change the engine and gear oil.
This procedure should be followed each time piston, piston rings, cylinder, crankshaft
or crankshaft bearings are replaced.
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FUELLING
2
Use unleaded petrol (gasoline).
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2
Disconnect the ventilation pipe 1.
To open the tank turn the cap 2 anticlockwise.
To close the fuel tank’s cap, set it on the
tank and crew it clockwise.
Fuel tank capacity is shown on page 11.
WARNING:
The refuelling should be performed with
the engine off.
WARNING:
Fire hazard. Fuel is highly flammable.
Always stop the engine when refuelling and keep open flames and lighted
cigarettes away.
Do not top up fuel while using a mobile phone.
Refuel in an open well ventilated area.
Pay special attention so that the fuel does not come into contact with hot parts of the
vehicle. Immediately clean up any spilled fuel.
OPERATION
When the operation is finished, reconnect the ventilation pipe.
WARNING: Risk of poisoning.
Fuel is poisonous liquid and a health hazard.
Fuel must not come into contact with the skin, eyes, and clothing. Do not breathe
in the fuel vapours. If contact occurs with the eyes, rinse immediately with
plenty of water and seek medical advice. If contact occurs with skin, immediately clean contaminated areas with soap and water If fuel is swallowed,
contact a doctor immediately. Change clothing that is contaminated with fuel.
WARNING: Environmental pollution hazard.
The fuel must not contaminate the ground water, the ground, or the sewage system.
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STARTING THE ENGINE
The bike starts ONLY with the battery mounted on the vehicle and connected to the
electrical system.
Check that the gears are in neutral (page 17).
Close the side stand (page 18).
WARNING:
During start-up it is advisable not to operate the throttle.
WHIT ELECTRIC STARTER (page 16):
Push the button until the engine starts.
Do not press the button while the engine is running.
OPERATION
NOTE: If the battery charge is not sufficient to allow the electric starter you can still
start the bike with the start lever if the battery voltage is more than 8V.
WITH KICK-STARTER (page 17):
Depress the kick-starter with a sharp movement of the foot.
In case of cold start with kick starter it is required to act on the starting lever for
about three times.
WARNING:
Do not try to start the engine by combining the effect of the kick starter and the
electric starter.
ENGINE SHUT-DOWN
To shut-down the engine press the button
on the switch unit (page 16).
WARNING:
In case of fall the vehicle turns off after about 5 seconds.
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VEHICLE PREPARATION FOR USE IN HEAVY-DUTY
CONDITIONS
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Using the vehicle in heavy-duty conditions, such as sand or wet or muddy soils, may
require the corrective actions mentioned below.
General actions:
Verify filter and filter box cleaning (page 49)
Verify tensioning and wear of the chain (page 65)
Verify all electrical connectors, making sure they are well connected. Keep
them dry and clean.
USE ON DRY SAND
Apply specific protection against sand to the air filter
Clean the chain
Assemble a steel crown. For this operation contact the Betamotor service network. (Do not grease the chain!)
Verify that the radiator fins are clean
Verify that the radiator fins are not bent
OPERATION
The following are considered heavy-duty operating conditions:
Dry sand
Wet sand
Particularly wet and muddy soils
Driving in high temperature and low speed conditions
Driving in low temperature and snow conditions
USE ON WET SAND
Apply an anti-water cap for the water filter
Clean the chain
Assemble a steel crown. For this operation, contact the Betamotor service
network. (Do not grease the chain!)
Verify that the radiator fins are clean
Verify that the radiator fins are not bent
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USE ON PARTICULARLY WET AND MUDDY SOILS
Apply an anti-water cap for the water filter
Assemble a steel crown. For this operation contact the Betamotor service network.
Verify that the radiator fins are clean
Verify that the radiator fins are not bent
After use, proceed with washing (page 71)
DRIVING IN HIGH TEMPERATURE AND LOW SPEED CONDITIONS
Adjust crown size based on the route.
Note: The oil has a tendency to heat up quickly when there is frequent clutch
use and when using a crown whose dimensions are excessive. For this operation contact the Betamotor service network.
Clean the chain
Verify that the radiator fins are clean
Verify that the radiator fins are not bent
Verify cooling liquid level (page 47)
For this use it is recommended to use an electric fan (optional). For the code,
refer to the Betamotor accessory catalogue.
DRIVING IN LOW TEMPERATURE AND SNOW CONDITIONS
Apply water protection to the air filter
After use, proceed with washing (page 71)
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CONTENTS
Key to symbols..................................................................................... 36
Brakes................................................................................................. 36
Front brake...................................................................................... 36
Rear brake...................................................................................... 36
Clutch.................................................................................................. 36
Adjustment of gas clearance................................................................... 37
Idle adjustment..................................................................................... 37
Handlebar adjustment........................................................................... 37
U-bolt position adjustment.................................................................. 37
Adjustment of the handlebar position.................................................. 38
Adjusting fork....................................................................................... 39
Adjusting the rebound damper........................................................... 39
Adjusting the compression damper..................................................... 39
Shock absorber.................................................................................... 39
Adjusting the rebound damper........................................................... 39
Adjusting the hydraulic compression damper (high and low speeds)....... 40
Adjusting the spring preload.............................................................. 40
Static sag load test........................................................................... 41
Suspensions settings according to the weight of the rider....................... 42
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ADJUSTMENTS
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KEY TO SYMBOLS
Tightening torque
Threadlocker Medium
BRAKES
FRONT BRAKE
ADJUSTMENTS
The front brake is disk type with hydraulic
control.
The home position of brake lever 2 can be
adjusted by means of screw 1.
1
2
REAR BRAKE
3
4
5
7
The home position of brake pedal 3 can
be altered by turning adjusting screw 5 after loosening the counternut located under
dust cap 4. Loosen the counternut and turn
the adjusting screw until the desired height
is obtained. Retighten the counternut after
completing the operation.
CLUTCH
The adjustment screw 6 allows adjustment
of the distance of lever 7 from the knob.
The empty run is recovered automatically.
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Adjustment of gas
clearance
3
2
1
The throttle control cable should always
have a 3-5 mm play. In addition, the idle
speed should not change when the handlebars are fully rotated to the left or right.
Push back protective cap 1. Loosen counternut 2 and turn adjusting screw 3.
Tighten the counternut and check that the
throttle twist grip turns smoothly.
3
Idle adjustment
ADJUSTMENTS
The minimum speed is controlled directly
by the electronic control unit. Any manual
adjustment is not allowed.
WARNING! Do not modify the indicated screw for any reason. Modifying the position of this screw may
cause abnormal response behaviour
and engine operation. Moving the
indicated screw, in terms of the warranty, is considered tampering.
Handlebar adjustment
U-bolt position adjustment
The lower bracket 1 can be mounted on
the holes nr. 2, 3 or 4 respectively.
1
2
3
2
3
4
4
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To adjust the position of the u-bolt remove
the screws shown in the figure.
Remove the handlebar.
Remove the screws 5.
ADJUSTMENTS
NOTE: Before removing the screws 5 heat
the area with a hairdryer of the type used
by coachbuilders.
Position the U-bolt as required.
5
40Nm
At the end refit the screws 5 after the application of thread lock fluid and tighten
to the torque indicated.
Apply the handlebar.
6
Apply the top u-bolt.
Refit the screws 6. Tighten to the torque
indicated.
25Nm
ADJUSTMENT OF THE
HANDLEBAR POSITION
1
The handlebar can be adjusted by rotating
it back and forth.
To adjust the handlebar loosen screws 1.
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Position the handlebar according to requirements.
Tighten to the torque indicated.
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ADJUSTING FORK
3
A
ADJUSTING THE REBOUND
DAMPER
The hydraulic rebound damper determines
the behaviour of the telescopic fork during
extension and can be adjusted by means
of screw A. Turning the screw clockwise increases the action of the rebound damper;
turning it anticlockwise decreases the action of the rebound damper.
ADJUSTMENTS
For standard calibration, refer to page
12.
ADJUSTING THE COMPRESSION
DAMPER
The hydraulic compression damper determines the behaviour of the telescopic fork
during compression and can be adjusted
by means of screw B located at the lower
end of the fork legs. Turning the screw
clockwise increases the action of the compression damper; turning it anticlockwise
decreases the action of the compression
damper.
B
For standard calibration, refer to page
12.
SHOCK ABSORBER
ADJUSTING THE REBOUND
DAMPER
Turn screw A to adjust the hydraulic rebound damper.
Turning the screw anticlockwise (out) decreases the damping effect.
A
For standard setting, refer to page 12.
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ADJUSTING THE HYDRAULIC
COMPRESSION DAMPER (HIGH
AND LOW SPEEDS)
C
Adjustment for low compression speed:
•Using a screwdriver, loosen screw C
by turning it clockwise to increase the
hydraulic compression damper.
D
For standard setting, refer to page 12.
Adjustment for high compression speed:
•Turn knob D anticlockwise to decrease the
hydraulic compression damper.
ADJUSTMENTS
For standard setting, refer to page 12.
WARNING:
Starting from the standard position, turn
the knob anticlockwise (with a closing action), the center screw will have an integral
movement, then will rotate with the knob.
For standard setting, refer to page 12.
ADJUSTING THE SPRING PRELOAD
E
F
Loosen counter-ring E, rotate ring F clockwise to increase the spring preload (and
consequently the shock absorber preload)
or anticlockwise to decrease it. After obtaining the desired preload, turn counterring E until it stops against adjusting ring F.
For standard setting, refer to page 12.
NOTE: for the handling of ring nuts use the
specific wrench provided in the standard
tool kit shown in the figure.
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STATIC SAG LOAD TEST
Verify that the value of the static compression X = H1 - H2 matches the one shown on
page 11. Otherwise, perform the adjustment of the spring preload as described
above.
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H1
H2
ADJUSTMENTS
To verify the static sag of the shock absorber proceed as follows:
-Place the motorcycle on the work stand.
-Measure the vertical distance between
the rear wheel axle and a reference point
on the rear fairings.
-Write down the dimension H1.
-Remove the work stand.
-Keep the motorcycle in vertical position
and measure again the distance between
the wheel axle and the reference point
previously established.
-Write down the dimension H2.
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SUSPENSIONS SETTINGS ACCORDING TO THE WEIGHT OF THE RIDER
The table below shows the spring constant K of the suspensions (fork and shock
absorber) depending on the weight of the driver.
Refer to the accessories catalogue Betamotor to obtain the spring codes.
Fork
Rider weight [kg]
K (Spring constant)
< 55
4,2
55 - 70
4,6
70 - 85
4,8
> 85
5
ADJUSTMENTS
Shock absorber
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Rider weight [kg]
K (Spring constant)
< 50
4,8
50 - 60
5
60 - 70
5,2
70 - 80
5,4
80 - 95
5,6
> 95
5,8
Standard settings
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CONTENTS
Engine oil...................................................................................................44
Check the level......................................................................................44
Replacement .........................................................................................44
Gearbox oil...............................................................................................46
Check the level......................................................................................46
Replacement..........................................................................................46
Liquid coolant.............................................................................................47
Check the level......................................................................................47
Replacement..........................................................................................48
Air filter.....................................................................................................49
Air filter cleaning...................................................................................50
Spark plug.................................................................................................51
Front brake................................................................................................52
Check the level of the front brake fluid......................................................52
Restoring the level of the front brake fluid..................................................52
Bleeding the front brake..........................................................................53
Front brake lining control........................................................................54
Brake disc thickness control.....................................................................54
Rear brake.................................................................................................55
Check the level of the rear brake fluid.......................................................55
Restoring the level of the rear brake fluid...................................................55
Bleeding the rear brake..........................................................................56
Rear brake lining control.........................................................................57
Brake disc thickness control.....................................................................57
Clutch control.............................................................................................58
Check the level......................................................................................58
Bleeding...............................................................................................59
Check and adjusting of steering play.............................................................60
Oil fork......................................................................................................61
Removing legs.......................................................................................61
Oil replacement.....................................................................................61
Legs assembly and parts.........................................................................63
Rear suspension leverage.............................................................................64
Tyres.........................................................................................................65
Chain........................................................................................................65
Check and adjust tightening chain............................................................65
Check for chain wear.............................................................................66
Headlight...................................................................................................67
Replacing the headlight bulbs.......................................................................67
Tail light.....................................................................................................67
Battery.......................................................................................................68
Battery removal and assembly.................................................................68
Inactivity...............................................................................................69
Charging the battery..............................................................................69
Fuses.........................................................................................................70
Cleaning the vehicle....................................................................................71
General precautions...............................................................................71
Electrical connector maintenance..................................................................72
Control unit connector.............................................................................72
Air pressure and temperature sensor.........................................................73
Prolonged inactivity.....................................................................................74
Scheduled maintenance vehicle ...................................................................75
Tightening torque overview..........................................................................77
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CHAPTER 4 CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
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ENGINE OIL
2
CHECK THE LEVEL
When engine is cold check the oil level by
means of porthole 1. The oil level must be
always visible from the porthole.
In contrary case restore the oil level through
cap 2 up to the upper edge of the inspection window.
Use the oil indicated on page 14 in
the “Recommended lubricants and liquids”
table.
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
1
REPLACEMENT
Always perform the replacement when
engine is hot:
- Position the drive on a flat base ensuring
stability.
- Remove the engine casing by loosening
the screws shown in the figure.
- Place a container under the engine.
WARNING:
Hot oil can cause severe burns!
1
- Unscrew filler plug 1 and drain plug 2.
- Remove the wire mesh filter.
- Drain all the oil from the crankcase.
- Thoroughly clean the drain plug, the wire
mesh filter and the sealing surfaces.
- Mount the wire mesh filter and the drain
plug.
- Tighten to the torque indicated.
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To change the paper filter, remove the oil
tap form engine unscrewing the two screws
3. Using special seeger ring pliers, pull the
paper oil filter.
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
3
Mount the new paper filter, close the oil tap
to engine, tighten the screws at 10 Nm.
Pour in the quantity of liquid indicated on
page 11.
Use the oil indicated on page 14 in
the “Recommended lubricants and liquids”
table.
- Screw on filler cap 1 again.
- Start the engine and run at idle for a few
minutes.
- Turn off the engine and wait for about one
minute, then check the level and top up
if needed, without exceeding the upper
edge of the inspection window.
10Nm
1
WARNING:
Hot oil can cause severe burns!
ATTENTION:
Dispose of used oil in compliance with the
regulations in force.
Re-assemble the engine protection plate by
tightening the screws to 10Nm.
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GEARBOX OIL
1
CHECK THE LEVEL
Hold the vehicle upright.
Position the drive on a flat base ensuring
stability.
Remove the inspection cap 1.
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
The oil level must arrive to the lower edge
of check hole.
In contrary case restore the oil level through
cap 2.
2
Use the oil indicated on page 14 in
the “Recommended lubricants and liquids”
table.
REPLACEMENT
Always perform the replacement when
engine is hot:
- Position the drive on a flat base ensuring
stability.
- Remove the engine casing by loosening
the screws shown in the figure.
- Place a container under the engine.
WARNING:
Hot oil can cause severe burns!
2
- Unscrew filler plug 2 and drain plug 3.
- Drain all the oil from the crankcase.
- Apply the cap 3 and tighten up to the
specified torque.
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Pour in the quantity of liquid indicated on
page 11.
Use the oil indicated on page 14 in
the “Recommended lubricants and liquids”
table.
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Close plug 2.
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2
WARNING:
Hot oil can cause severe burns!
LIQUID COOLANT
CHECK THE LEVEL
Keep the vehicle in vertical position relative
to the ground.
The level of the coolant must be checked
when the engine is cold. Use the following
procedure:
- Unscrew cap 1 and ensure that the liquid
is visible in the lower portion of the loading tube.
- In the case in which the liquid is not visible
remove the vent screw 2 and proceed
topping up.
- At the end of operation refit the filler cap
and the vent screw.
Use the oil indicated on page 14 in the
“Recommended lubricants and liquids” table.
1
2
WARNING: Never unscrew the
filler cap of the radiator when the
engine is hot. Danger of burning!
WARNING:
Wear appropriate protective clothing and protection gloves.
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
ATTENTION:
Dispose of used oil in compliance with the
regulations in force.
Re-assemble the engine protection plate by
tightening the screws to 10Nm.
Keep coolant out of reach of children.
Avoid any direct contact of the coolant with skin, eyes or clothing. If this happens:
-with the eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice;
-with skin, Immediately clean contaminated areas with soap and water Change
clothing that is contaminated with coolant.
If coolant is swallowed, contact a doctor immediately.
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REPLACEMENT
Keep the vehicle in vertical position relative
to the ground.
Replacement of the coolant must take place
when the engine is cold.
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
- Remove the engine casing by loosening
the screws shown in the figure.
-Unscrew cap 1.
1
-Place a container under screw 2.
-Unscrew the screw 2.
-Drain the liquid.
-Tighten screw 2 applying the specific
washer.
- Re-assemble the engine protection plate
by tightening the screws to 10Nm.
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-Unscrew drain screw 3.
3
-Proceed to filling.
4
-Reapply the loading cap and the bleeding screw.
The amounts of liquid are shown on page
11.
WARNING:
Never unscrew the filler cap of the radiator when the engine is hot. Danger of burning!
WARNING:
Never unscrew the filler cap of the radiator when the engine is hot. Danger
of burning!
WARNING:
Wear appropriate protective clothing and protection gloves.
Keep coolant out of reach of children.
Avoid any direct contact of the coolant with skin, eyes or clothing. If this happens:
-with the eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
-with skin, Immediately clean contaminated areas with soap and water Change
clothing that is contaminated with coolant.
If coolant is swallowed, contact a doctor immediately.
AIR FILTER
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
Use the liquid indicated on page 14
in the “Recommended lubricants and
liquids” table.
Check after every ride.
To access the filter:
•Remove the saddle (page 81).
•Unhook the filter cover panel by pulling
it outward.
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•Release filter fastener 1
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
1
2
•Pull out air filter 2
WARNING:
After every intervention, check that
nothing has been left inside the filter
box.
Reassemble by performing the operations
in reverse order.
AIR FILTER CLEANING
•Thoroughly wash the filter with water and soap.
•Dry the filter.
•Wet the filter with filter oil and then remove the excess oil to prevent it from dripping.
•If necessary also clean the interior of the filter box.
WARNING:
Do not clean the filter with gasoline or petrol.
NOTE:
If the filter is damaged, replace it immediately.
To replace, contact authorised Betamotor customer service.
WARNING:
Never use the vehicle if the air filter is not in place. The infiltration of dust and
dirt can cause damage and considerable wear.
WARNING:
After every intervention, check that nothing has been left inside the filter box.
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SPARK PLUG
Keeping the spark plug in good condition
will reduce fuel consumption and increase
engine performance.
4
Examine the distance between the electrodes with a feeler. This distance should
be from 0,5÷0,6 mm. If it is not, it may be
corrected by bending the earth electrode.
Check as well that there are no cracks in
the insulation or corroded electrodes. If so,
replace immediately.
When replacing the spark plug, screw it
in by hand until it stops, then tighten with
a wrench.
WARNING:
Do not check while the engine is hot.
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CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
To accede to spark plug, is necessary to
take off saddle (page 80) and the fuel
tank (page 82).
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FRONT BRAKE
CHECK THE LEVEL OF THE FRONT
BRAKE FLUID
Check the level of the brake fluid through
sight A. The level of the fluid should never
fall below the mark in the sight.
A
RESTORING THE LEVEL OF THE
FRONT BRAKE FLUID
To restore the level of the brake fluid, loosen
the two screws 1, lift cap 2 and add brake
fluid until its level is 5 mm below the upper
rim of the reservoir.
1
Use the liquid indicated on page 14 in
the “Recommended lubricants and liquids”
table.
WARNING:
The brake fluid is extremely corrosive. Take care not to spill it on the
paintwork.
2
Wear appropriate protective clothing and protection gloves.
Keep coolant out of reach of children.
WARNING: Avoid any direct contact of the liquid with skin, eyes or
clothing. If this happens:
-with the eyes, rinse immediately with
plenty of water and seek medical advice.
- with skin, immediately clean contaminated areas with soap and water. Change
clothing that is contaminated with liquid.
If liquid is swallowed, contact a doctor
immediately.
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2
1
NOTE:
during this procedure, continuously top up the brake pump thank to replace the oil
that is out flowing.
•Remove the tube.
•Replace the rubber cap.
•Close the oil reservoir cap.
Use the liquid indicated on page 14 in the “Recommended lubricants and liquids”
table.
WARNING:
The brake fluid is extremely corrosive. Take care not to spill it on the paintwork.
Wear appropriate protective clothing and protection gloves.
Keep coolant out of reach of children.
WARNING: Avoid any direct contact of the liquid with skin, eyes or clothing.
If this happens:
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
BLEEDING THE FRONT BRAKE
To bleed air from the front brake circuit,
proceed as follows:
•Remove the rubber cap 1 from the valve 2.
•Open the sump cap.
•Place one end of a small transparent tube
into the valve 2, and the other end inside
a container.
•Pump with the brake lever 2/3 times and
keep the lever pressed.
•Unscrew the valve and let the oil drain.
•If are still visible in the tube repeat above
operation until obtaining a continuous
outflow of oil within no air bubbles.
•Close the valve and release the lever.
-with the eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
-with skin, immediately clean contaminated areas with soap and water. Change
clothing that is contaminated with liquid.
If liquid is swallowed, contact a doctor immediately.
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FRONT BRAKE LINING CONTROL
In order to verify the wear condition of front
brake is enough to view the caliper from
the bottom, where is possible to glimpse
the brake lining tails which will have to
show a brake of 2 mm in thickness. If the
stratum is lesser let’s start replacing them.
NOTE:
Perform the check according to the times
shown in the table on page 75.
To replace, contact authorised Betamotor
customer service.
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BRAKE DISC THICKNESS
CONTROL
M
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
4
Periodically verify disc condition. In case
signs of damage , veins, or deformations
are present, proceed with replacement.
Verify disc thickness. The minimum thickness is engraved on the disc.
Once the limit is in proximity or has been
reached, proceed with brake disc replacement.
For replacement, contact an authorised
Betamotor after-sales service centre.
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REAR BRAKE
CHECK THE LEVEL OF THE REAR
BRAKE FLUID
1
Check the level of the brake fluid through
sight A. The level of the fluid should never
fall below the mark in the sight.
4
A
To restore the oil level, top up by means
of oil filler cap 1.
Use the liquid indicated on page 14 in
the “Recommended lubricants and liquids”
table.
WARNING:
The brake fluid is extremely corrosive. Take care not to spill it on the
paintwork.
Wear appropriate protective clothing and protection gloves.
Keep coolant out of reach of children.
WARNING: Avoid any direct contact of the liquid with skin, eyes or
clothing. If this happens:
-with the eyes, rinse immediately with
plenty of water and seek medical advice.
- with skin, immediately clean contaminated areas with soap and water. Change
clothing that is contaminated with liquid.
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
RESTORING THE LEVEL OF THE
REAR BRAKE FLUID
If liquid is swallowed, contact a doctor
immediately.
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BLEEDING THE REAR BRAKE
2
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
1
To bleed air from the rear brake circuit,
proceed as follows:
•Remove the rubber cap 1 from the valve
2.
•Open the sump cap.
•Place one end of a small transparent tube
into the valve 2, and the other end inside
a container.
•Pump with the brake lever 2/3 times and
keep the pedal pressed.
•Unscrew the valve and let the oil drain.
•If are still visible in the tube repeat above
operation until obtaining a continuous
outflow of oil within no air bubbles.
•Close the valve and release the lever.
NOTE:
During this procedure, continuously top up the brake pump thank to replace the oil
that is out flowing.
•Remove the tube.
•Replace the rubber cap.
•Close the oil reservoir cap.
Use the liquid indicated on page 14 in the “Recommended lubricants and liquids”
table.
WARNING:
The brake fluid is extremely corrosive. Take care not to spill it on the paintwork.
Wear appropriate protective clothing and protection gloves.
Keep coolant out of reach of children.
WARNING: Avoid any direct contact of the liquid with skin, eyes or clothing.
If this happens:
-with the eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
-with skin, immediately clean contaminated areas with soap and water. Change
clothing that is contaminated with liquid.
If liquid is swallowed, contact a doctor immediately.
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2mm
In order to verify the wear condition of front
brake is enough to view the caliper from
the bottom, where is possible to glimpse
the brake lining tails which will have to
show a brake of 2 mm in thickness. If the
stratum is lesser let’s start replacing them.
NOTE:
Perform the check according to the times
shown in the table on page 75.
To replace, contact authorised Betamotor
customer service.
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IN
M
Periodically verify disc condition. In case
signs of damage , veins, or deformations
are present, proceed with replacement.
Verify disc thickness. The minimum thickness is engraved on the disc.
Once the limit is in proximity or has been
reached, proceed with brake disc replacement.
For replacement, contact an authorised
Betamotor after-sales service centre.
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CONTROL
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CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
REAR BRAKE LINING CONTROL
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CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
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CLUTCH CONTROL
CHECK THE LEVEL
To check the oil level in the clutch pump,
first remove cover 2.
Remove the two screws 1 and take off
cover 2 together with the rubber bellows.
With the clutch pump in a horizontal position, the level of the oil should be 5 mm
below the upper rim.
In the case where the level is lower than
specified top up.
Use the liquid indicated on page 14 in
the “Recommended lubricants and liquids”
table.
WARNING:
The clutch fluid is extremely corrosive. Take care not to spill it on the
paintwork.
Wear appropriate protective clothing and protection gloves.
Keep coolant out of reach of children.
WARNING: Avoid any direct contact of the liquid with skin, eyes or
clothing. If this happens:
-with the eyes, rinse immediately with
plenty of water and seek medical advice.
- with skin, immediately clean contaminated areas with soap and water. Change
clothing that is contaminated with liquid.
If liquid is swallowed, contact a doctor
immediately.
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BLEEDING
2
4
1
NOTE:
During this procedure, continuously top up
the pump tank to replace the liquid that is
out flowing.
•Remove the tube.
•Replace the rubber cap.
Use the liquid indicated on page 14 in
the “Recommended lubricants and liquids”
table.
WARNING:
The clutch fluid is extremely corrosive. Take care not to spill it on the paintwork.
Wear appropriate protective clothing and protection gloves.
Keep coolant out of reach of children.
WARNING: Avoid any direct contact of the liquid with skin, eyes or clothing.
If this happens:
-with the eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
To bleed air from the clutch pump, proceed
as follows:
•Remove the rubber cap 1 from the valve 2.
•Open the sump cap.
•Place one end of a small transparent tube
into the valve 2, and the other end inside
a container.
•Pump with the clutch lever 2/3 times and
keep the lever pressed.
•Unscrew the valve and let the oil drain.
•If are still visible in the tube repeat above
operation until obtaining a continuous
outflow of oil within no air bubbles.
•Close the valve and release the lever.
-with skin, immediately clean contaminated areas with soap and water. Change
clothing that is contaminated with liquid.
If liquid is swallowed, contact a doctor immediately.
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CHECK AND ADJUSTING OF
STEERING PLAY
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
Periodically check the play in the steering
sleeve by moving the fork back and forth
as shown in the figure. Whenever you feel
play, adjust as described below:
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20Nm 2
- Loosen the screws 1
- Loosen the screw 2
- Reduce the play by turning nut 3
Tighten the screws to the prescribed torque
values.
17Nm
WARNING:
Tightening of the screws should be
carried out by adjusting the torque
wrench to the stability torque with
repeated tightening until stability
torque has been achieved.
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OIL FORK
4
1
The procedure for changing the oil in the
forks is provided only for information.
We recommend having the operation
performed by a BETAMOTOR authorized
workshop.
REMOVING LEGS
To replace, proceed as follows:
•Position the vehicle on the central bike
stand.
•Remove the cable gland U-bolt 1.
3
•Remove the brake caliper 2.
•Remove cap 3, loosen the screws 4, slide
the wheel pin out and remove the front
wheel.
2
5
•Loosen shaft lock screws 5 and take off
the slider.
5
OIL REPLACEMENT
•Place the legs vertically with cap 1 facing
upwards. Loosen the upper cap 1.
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•Loosen the counter-nut 2 and remove cap 1.
1
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2
•Extract the spring 3 and overturn the pipe,
making the oil escape.
3
•Move the pumping unit and drain the
remaining oil. When the oil has been
drained completely, introduce the amount
of new oil described in chapter 1.
1
•Bleed the pumping unit of air, making it
rise and fall until complete loading.
Introduce the spring and screw the cap 1
until it is completely inserted on the pumping rod. Block the cap to the pumping
rod via the counter-nut 2.
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LEGS ASSEMBLY AND PARTS
Apply the legs to the vehicle and tighten
the screws to the torque indicated.
17Nm
WARNING:
grease the screws before their application.
WARNING:
Tightening of the screws should be
carried out by adjusting the torque
wrench to the stability torque with
repeated tightening until stability
torque has been achieved.
Apply wheel and wheel bolt.
12Nm
Apply brake caliper, disc cover and fender.
Tighten brake calliper and U-bolt to the
indicated torque, after depositing medium
resistance threadlocker.
1,5Nm
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
4
•Tighten the cap to the completely extended leg.
Place the vehicle on the ground.
35Nm
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4
Compress and release the fork 3-4 times.
50Nm
WARNING:
Tightening of the screws should be
carried out by adjusting the torque
wrench to the stability torque with
repeated tightening until stability
torque has been achieved.
10Nm
REAR SUSPENSION
LEVERAGE
70Nm
In order to guarantee optimal operation
and duration over time of the progressive
leverage of the rear suspension, it is recommended to periodically check correct
tightness of nuts and bolts.
Verify that suspension nuts and bolts are at
the indicated torque.
90Nm
70Nm
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Tighten the wheel bolt and the screws of
the foot-leg.
90Nm
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Only fit tyres approved by BETAMOTOR.
Unsuitable tyres can adversely affect the road holding of the vehicle.
•To protect your safety, immediately replace any damaged tyres.
•Slick tyres adversely affect the road holding of the vehicle, especially on wet roads
and in off-road riding.
•Insufficient pressure results in abnormal wear and overheating of the tyres.
•The front and rear tyres must have the same tread design.
•Always measure the inflating pressures when the tyres are cold.
•Keep the tyre pressures within the prescribed range.
CHAIN
Checking the drive chain periodically to ensure longer chain life. Always keep it
lubricated and clean of deposited dirt.
Take special care in preventing the lubricant from coming into contact with the rear
tyre or brake disc, otherwise the tyre grip and the action of the brake would be greatly
reduced, making it very difficult to control the vehicle.
CHECK AND ADJUST
TIGHTENING CHAIN
4
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
TYRES
Position the drive on a flat base ensuring
stability.
If the chain play exceeds 30÷35 mm tension the chain.
30÷35 mm
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•Loosen the pin 1.
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
1
•Loosen counternuts A on either side of the
fork.
A
•Tighten counternuts A on either side of
the fork.
B
•Tighten the pin 1 to the torque indicated.
CHECK FOR CHAIN WEAR
1
10 -15 Kg
18 steps
OK <
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•Turn adjusting screws B on either side until
the desired chain tension is obtained.
130Nm
Shift into neutral, pull up the upper stretch
of the chain with a force of 10 - 15 kg (see
figure). Measure the length of 18 links on
the lower stretch of the chain. If the length
is ≥ 272 mm, replace the chain. Chains
do not always wear evenly. For this reason
it is important that the measurement is taken
at different points along the chain.
When fitting a new chain, be sure to replace the chainring and sprocket as well.
New chains wear more quickly if fitted on
old and worn sprockets. After replacing
the chain, adjust its tension as described
on page 65.
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HEADLIGHT
Keep the headlight glass clean at all times
(see page 71).
REPLACING THE
HEADLIGHT BULBS
2
Release both spring washers and move
forward the lamp holder front cowl.
Carefully remove the headlight bulb 1
together with lamp holder. To replace the
high beam / low beam, lift the rubber
cover 2, release connector, push on the
spring 3 and remove the lamp holder and
replace the light bulb with a new one. Be
careful not to touch the bulb so as not to
compromise its efficiency.
To refit, follow the procedure above but in
reverse order.
Fasten the lamp holder front cowl to the
supporting pins and fix it with the two
elastics.
TAIL LIGHT
1
3
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
Periodically check the correct angle of the
light beam.
Keep the tail light glass clean at all times
(see page 71).
The LED tail light is sealed. In the case of
burnout of one or more LEDs it is necessary
to replace the entire group.
To replace, contact authorised Betamotor
customer service.
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BATTERY
Battery is located under the saddle and
requires no maintenance.
Keep the battery terminals clean. If necessary, protect them with a thin film of acidfree grease.
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
BATTERY REMOVAL AND
ASSEMBLY
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Remove the saddle (page 81).
Release the rubber band.
FIRST disconnect the negative connector
(black) from negative (-) pole and THEN
positive connector (black) from negative
(+) pole.
Remove the battery.
When fitting the battery, insert it with the
terminals as shown in picture.
FIRST connect the positive connector (red)
from positive (+) pole and then negative
connector (black) from negative (-) pole.
Reattach the rubber band.
WARNING:
Exercise extreme caution if, for any reason, the electrolyte (sulphuric acid) should
come out of the battery. The electrolyte can cause serious burns. In case of
contact with the skin, rinse abundantly with water.
Should the electrolyte come into contact with the eyes, rinse with water for at
least 15 minutes and immediately seek medical attention.
Even though the battery is sealed, there is a possibility that explosive gases
may leak out.
Keep sparks and open flames away from he battery.
Keep spent batteries out of the reach of children and dispose of them as
prescribed by law.
Do not remove the protections.
When installing the battery, be sure to observe the polarity of the terminals.
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INACTIVITY
If the vehicle is not going to be used for a
long time, remove the battery and charge
it every 15 days using a suitable charger.
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Store the battery in a dry place at a temperature of 5 to 35°C and out of the reach
of children.
Using an open-circuit multimeter (10-12
hours after the activation), check that the
voltage is greater than 12.6 V. If it is lower,
it is advisable to recharge the battery.
Based on the type of charger available,
charge the battery using either of the following procedures:
•Constant voltage (14.4-15 V) - Charge
the battery for about 12 hours. Check
the voltage 10-12 hours after the end of
recharge as described above.
•Constant current: Charge battery at
0.5-0.8 A until the voltage between the
terminals stabilizes at ~14.5 V.
WARNING:
The battery is sealed. When recharging it, do not remove the seal nor
add any liquid.
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CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
CHARGING THE BATTERY
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FUSES
3
1
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
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To access the fuse, remove the saddle
(page 80).
Fuse 1: in the event of a blown fuse, the
services listed in the table are not operational:
Rear lights
Stop
Front lights
Tachometer and control lights
Turn lights
Klaxon
Electric fan (optional)
Fuse 2: in the event of a blown fuse, the
vehicle stops/does not start.
Fuse 3: in the event of a blown fuse, the
vehicle does not start/stops.
Three spare fuses comes with the kit accompanying the vehicle.
A blown fuse should only be replaced with another of the same
type.
Should the new fuse also burn out
when fitted, immediately contact a
specialized BETAMOTOR dealer.
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CLEANING THE VEHICLE
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
WARNING: Wash motorbikes frequently with cold water that are used near
the sea (salty air) and on roads subject to salt spreading in winter. Cover with
a film of oil or silicone spray unpainted parts and the most exposed parts such
as wheels, forks and swingarm. Do not treat rubber parts and brakes.
When cleaning, avoid direct exposure to sunlight.
Close off the exhaust system to prevent water from entering.
Avoid directing the jet of water onto the air filter box cover and the throttle
body.
WASHING MODE
Use water jet to soften the dirt and mud accumulated on the paintwork, then remove
them with a soft bodywork sponge soaked in water and shampoo. Subsequently
rinse well with water, and dry with air and cloth or suede leather.
Detergents pollute water. Always wash the vehicle in areas equipped for collection
and purification of the washing liquids.
AFTER WASHING
Proceed to the emptying of the filter box using the appropriate ventilation and drying.
After cleaning, ride a short distance until the engine reaches operating temperature.
WARNING: braking effect is reduced with wet brakes. Operate the
brakes cautiously to allow them to dry.
Push back the handlebar control covers, so that water can evaporate.
When the bike is completely dry and cooled down, lubricate all moving parts.
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
WARNING: Do not clean your vehicle with a high-pressure device with a
strong jet of water. Excessive pressure can reach electrical components, connectors, flexible cables, bearings, etc and can damage or destroy them.
Treat all plastic and painted components with non-aggressive detergents or products
that are specific for the care of the motorcycle.
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To prevent malfunction of the electrical system, treat electric contacts and switches
with electrical contact spray.
ATTENTION: any oxidation of electrical contacts may result in serious malfunctioning to the power supply system.
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
Specifically, treat the battery poles as described on page 68 and pay particular
attention to what is contained here below.
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MAINTENANCE
Disconnect the connectors listed below,
blow compressed air on the connector both
on the system and on the component side,
and treat electrical contacts and switches
with spray for electrical contacts.
CONTROL UNIT CONNECTOR
The connector is positioned as indicated
in figure.
To access it, remove the air filter cover side
(page 81).
To remove the connector one must:
1) press the lock device;
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2) rotate the safety device as shown;
3) remove the connector.
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
For re-assembly, proceed opposite the
above-mentioned order.
AIR PRESSURE AND
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Remove the tank (page 82).
The connector is positioned as indicated
in figure.
1) press the lock device;
2) Pull the connector upwards.
For re-assembly, proceed opposite the
above-mentioned order.
Attention: at the end of the operation ensure that the connector is blocked.
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A few simple operations should be performed to keep the vehicle in good condition
whenever it is to remain inactive for a long period (e.g. during the winter):
•Thoroughly clean the vehicle.
•Reduce the tyre pressures by approximately 30 percent, and if possible raise the
tyres off the ground.
•Cover the unpainted parts, excepting the brakes and the rubber parts, with a film
of oil or spray silicone.
•Remove the battery and keep it in a dry place. Charge the battery every 15 days.
•Protect the vehicle with a dust cover.
AFTER PROLONGED INACTIVITY
•Reinstall the battery.
•Restore the tyre inflating pressures.
•Check the tightening of all the screws having an important mechanical function.
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Coupon 2 - 60 hours
Coupon 3 - 90 hours
Coupon 4 - 120 hours
Coupon 5 - 150 hours
Coupon 6 - 180 hours
Engine oil
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Paper filter oil
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Wire netting filter oil
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Gear and clutch oil
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Engine clamping screws
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Head screws
T
Kick start and gearchange lever screws
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Spark plug cap
P
P
P
S
P
P
Spark plug
C
Breather pipe
C
S
C
C
S
C
C
S
S
C
C
Countershaft bearings
S
S
Crankshaft bearings
S
S
Connecting rod
S
S
Piston and segments
S
S
Cylinder
C
C
Surface appearance of the cams
C
Valve clearance
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Valves
C
S
Valve guide wear
C
C
Valve spring
C
Clutch disc wear
C
C
Clutch springs
C
Clutch hub - basket wear
C
S
S
C
C
S
C
S
C
C
S
C
C
C
C
C
Gearbox bearing (crankcase side)
S
S
Surface appearance of the gearbox
C
C
Water pump seals
S
S
Oil pump control gears
S
S
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Coupon 1 - 30 hours
Engine
End of running-in - 3 hours
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE VEHICLE
Key
C
S
R
P
T
Check (Clean, adjust, lubricate, replace as necessary)
Replace/renew
Adjust
Clean
Tighten
The required engine maintenance is strongly depending on the level of use and on
the accordingly done periodic checks and service.
The mentioned maintenance intervals are for the normal use of the vehicle, subject
to the condition that the engine was never running under extraordinary conditions
and the periodic service was done accurately.
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End of running-in - 3 hours
Coupon 1 - 30 hours
Coupon 2 - 60 hours
Coupon 3 - 90 hours
Coupon 4 - 120 hours
Coupon 5 - 150 hours
Coupon 6 - 180 hours
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C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Idling setting
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Fuel pipe
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Breather pipe
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Drives sliding and regulation
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Liquid level clutch pump
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Airbox and air filter
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Chain, plate wheel and pinion
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Liquid level, pads thickness
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Disc thickness
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Pipe tightness
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Idle travel levers and drives sliding
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Shock absorber and telescopic fork tightness
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Rear suspension linkage
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Dust seal
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Bearings of stearing
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
Carburetor Tightness
Assembling Coolant system tightness and coolant level
groups
Exhaust manifold tightness
Brake
Cycling
Wheels
Bolts
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
Wheel spokes and rim coaxiality
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Tyres (wear and pressure)
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Bearings clearance
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Key
CCheck (Clean, adjust, lubricate, replace as necessary)
SReplace/renew
RAdjust
PClean
TTighten
WARNING:
For any service requirements, please contact Betamotor’s Authorized Service Network.
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TIGHTENING TORQUE OVERVIEW
Here below is an overview of the tightening torque of all pieces subject to adjustment or maintenance:
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Forecarriage
Tightening torque [Nm]
Wheel pin
Threadlock
50
10*
Brake caliper - Fork
35
U-bolt fork tube protection
1,5
Steering head base - fork legs
12*
Steering head - fork legs
17*
Stem pin on steering head
20
Lower handlebar u-bolt - steering head
40
Upper handlebar u-bolt lower handlebar u-bolt
25
M
M
Rear axle
Tightening torque [Nm]
Wheel pin
Threadlock
130
Rear shock absorber - frame
70
Rear shock absorber - rocker arm
70
Connecting rod - frame
90
Connecting rod - rocker arm
90
Rocker arm - swinging arm
90
Engine
Tightening torque [Nm]
Engine oil drain plug
15
Paper oil filter plug
10
Gearbox oil drain plug
20
Threadlock
M
Medium strength threadlock
*
WARNING:
Tightening of the screws should be carried out by adjusting the torque wrench to
the stability torque with repeated tightening until stability torque has been achieved.
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CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
Fork foots - wheel pin
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Fairings
Tightening torque [Nm]
Fuel tank to the frame (front fixing)
10
Fuel tank to the frame (rear fixing)
10
Fuel tank fairings to the radiator
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Notes
Grease
CONTENTS
Removing and installing of the saddle...................................................... 80
Removing and installing air filter cover panel............................................ 81
Removing and installing of the tank......................................................... 82
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REMOVING AND INSTALLING SUPERSTRUCTURES
CHAPTER 5 REMOVING AND INSTALLING SUPERSTRUCTURES
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REMOVING AND INSTALLING SUPERSTRUCTURES
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REMOVING AND
INSTALLING OF THE
SADDLE
Press button 1.
1
Remove the saddle towards the rear of the
motorcycle.
To re-assemble:
Insert the cavity 1 of the saddle in slot 2.
1
2
Press the saddle down in the middle and
at the same time, push it forwards until the
bayonet joint engages in its seat.
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REMOVING AND
INSTALLING AIR FILTER
COVER PANEL
Remove the saddle (page 80).
Grab the side panel in the front side and
pull out.
To refit insert the tabs 1 into their slots.
Slide the side panel toward the vehicle.
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REMOVING AND INSTALLING SUPERSTRUCTURES
5
WARNING
Make sure the bayonet joint 3 is
firmly inserted into the button lock.
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REMOVING AND
INSTALLING OF THE TANK
REMOVING AND INSTALLING SUPERSTRUCTURES
Remove the saddle (page 80).
Remove the two screws fastening the tank
to the frame and the screw (one per side)
securing the fairing to the radiator.
Disconnect the fuel hose by pressing the
appropriate button of the quick coupling.
Lift the tank.
Disconnect the electrical connector 1
and 2.
Remove the tank with its fairings.
1
Reassemble proceeding in the reverse
order.
2
WARNING
For safety reason, the fuel flow is
stopped when the connector is even
partially engaged.
Make sure that the fuel quick release
fittings are well inserted.
OK
NO
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CHAPTER 6 TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
CONTENTS
Troubleshooting.................................................................................... 84
Alphebetical index................................................................................ 85
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
CAUSE
REMEDY
The engine starts but the
telltale “MIL” lights on
Engine management system fault
Contact authorised BETAMOTOR
customer service
The electric starter does
not turn
Decompressor failure
Contact authorised BETAMOTOR
customer service
Flat battery
Check the battery
Blown fuse
Replace
Defective relay
Contact authorised BETAMOTOR
customer service
Defective starter motor
Contact authorised BETAMOTOR
customer service
Fuel quick release fittings incorrectly inserted
Check that the fuel quick release
fittings are properly inserted (page
80).
Spark plug dirty
Clean or replace the spark plug
Spark gap wrongly adjusted
Restore the spark gap
Faulty ignition/injection system
Contact authorised BETAMOTOR
customer service
The motor stops or
splutters
Lack of fuel
Refuel
Engine overheats
Radiator grill blocked
Remove and clean the grill
Radiator (air side) blocked
Clean the radiator
Insufficient air flow
Check that the cooling fan is working correctly
Silencer partly clogged
Contact authorised BETAMOTOR
customer service
Brake pads worn
Contact authorised BETAMOTOR
customer service
Air or humidity in the hydraulic
circuit
Contact authorised BETAMOTOR
customer service
Brake pads worn
Contact authorised BETAMOTOR
The engine rotates, but
does not start
Front braking poor
Rear braking poor
customer service
Air or humidity in the hydraulic
circuit
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Contact authorised BETAMOTOR
customer service
ALPHABETICAL INDEX
Adjusting fork....................................................................................... 39
Adjustment of gas clearance................................................................... 37
Air filter............................................................................................... 49
Battery................................................................................................. 68
Brakes................................................................................................. 36
Chain.................................................................................................. 65
Check and adjusting of steering play....................................................... 60
Checks before and after use................................................................... 30
Cleaning the vehicle.............................................................................. 71
Clutch.................................................................................................. 36
Clutch control....................................................................................... 58
Electrical connector maintenance............................................................ 72
Engine oil............................................................................................. 44
Engine shut-down.................................................................................. 32
Familiarizing with the vehicle................................................................. 10
Front brake.......................................................................................... 52
Fuelling................................................................................................ 31
Fuses................................................................................................... 70
INDEX
Digital rpm indicator operating instructions............................................... 20
Gearbox oil......................................................................................... 46
Handlebar adjustment........................................................................... 37
Headlight............................................................................................. 67
Idle adjustment..................................................................................... 37
Key to symbols..................................................................................... 36
Liquid coolant....................................................................................... 47
Main parts........................................................................................... 16
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Oil fork................................................................................................ 61
Operating instructions.............................................................................. 5
Prolonged inactivity............................................................................... 74
INDEX
Rear brake........................................................................................... 55
Rear suspension leverage....................................................................... 64
Recommended lubricants and liquid........................................................ 14
Removing and installing air filter cover panel............................................ 81
Removing and installing of the saddle...................................................... 80
Removing and installing of the tank......................................................... 82
Replacing the headlight bulbs................................................................. 67
Riding safety.......................................................................................... 6
Running in............................................................................................ 30
Scheduled maintenance vehicle ............................................................. 75
Shock absorber.................................................................................... 39
Spark plug........................................................................................... 51
Specifications....................................................................................... 11
Starting the engine................................................................................ 32
Symbols................................................................................................. 5
Tail light............................................................................................... 67
Tightening torque overview.................................................................... 77
Tools kit................................................................................................. 8
Troubleshooting.................................................................................... 84
Tyres................................................................................................... 65
Vehicle identification data........................................................................ 8
Vehicle preparation for use in heavy-duty conditions.................................. 33
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