Royal Enfield Continental GT Specifications

Foreword
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The Royal Enfield Continental GT is our lightest, fastest, and most powerful motorcycle in production. It’s a machine
with a story, a nod to motorcycling’s finest hour, the best expression yet of a cultural phenomenon that has simply
refused to fade away - the cafe racer.
And now you have one of your own. Congratulations!
Your meticulously re-engineered Continental GT debuts a twin downtube cradle frame chassis developed by the
renowned Harris Performance from UK. A new engine displaces 535cc and dollops of torque, when you need it. W ith
gas-charged rear shock absorbers from Paoli and Brembo disc brakes, you stay in charge. W ith an aerodynamic
seating position, Pirelli Sports Demon tyres and a remapped ECU, the new Continental GT is part homage, part
engineering tour-de-force.
This manual will help you to operate your motorcycle and guide you to wholly maintain it. W e have also provided tips
on safe riding and on minor adjustments for the care of your motorcycle. Please avail the four free services at the
nearest Authorised Service Point at the appropriate time to maintain your motorcycle in top riding condition. We
request you to carefully read the terms and conditions of warranty and other useful information given in this manual
before starting to use your Continental GT. Log on to the exciting world of Royal Enfield on www.royalenfield.com to
get to know more about the company, its products and news from time to time.
W elcome to the world of the Rockers, and enjoy your burn-ups atop this spectacular machine.
Notice
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All information in this manual is based on the latest product information available at the time of publication. Due to
continuous improvements or other changes, there may be discrepancies between information in this manual and your
vehicle. Royal Enfield reserves the right to make production changes at any time without prior notice and without
incurring any obligation to make same or similar changes to vehicles previously built or sold.
All images shown are for reference to explain and need not to be exactly the same on the model you own. Technical
specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
© Copyright 2014 Royal Enfield (A unit of Eicher Motors Ltd.). All Rights Reserved. No part of this manual shall be copied,
distributed or otherwise dealt without the express permission in writing from Royal Enfield.
Disclaimer

This model fitted with “tubeless tyre” is provided with
an inner tube.

Failure to use an inner tube in a spoked wheel will
c aus e de fl at i o n of th e tyr e r e s ult i n g i n l os s o f
motorcycle control.

T he approved tyres marked with “TUBELESS” are
suitable for use with inner tube.
Part No. 585441/A / Revision 1.0 / Qty. 500 / Apr. 2014
Contents
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PERSONAL & VEHICLE INFORMATION .......
6
Left Side View....................................
23
FREE SERVICE RECORD ...........................
7
Top View ............................................
24
SAFETY DEFINITIONS
............................
8
OPERATION OF CONTROLS
...................
25
9
Ignition Switch ....................................
25
Engine ................................................
9
Steering Lock .....................................
26
Ignition System ...................................
10
Steering Unlock ..................................
26
Fuel Tank Cap......................................
27
Side Panel LH / Battery Cover ............
27
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ....................
Transmission ......................................
10
Electricals ...........................................
11
Chassis ..............................................
12
Dimensions .........................................
13
W eights ..............................................
13
SAFE RIDING TIPS/GUIDELINES ................
14
SAFE & HAPPY RIDING ............................
18
RULES OF THE ROAD ...............................
Utility Box ..........................................
27
Side PANEL RH .................................
27
Alpha-Numeric display unit..................
28
Head Lamp Switch...............................
30
Head Lamp Day Flash..........................
30
Dip Switch .........................................
30
19
Engine Start Switch ............................
31
VEHICLE IDENTI. NUMBER-DETAILS ..........
21
Engine Stop Switch ............................
31
KEY PARTS LOCATION .............................
22
Turn Signal Switch .............................
31
Right Side View ..................................
22
Horn ..................................................
32
Contents
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Manual Bi Starter (choke) ...................
32
PRE OPERATIONAL CHECKS ....................
33
RUNNING IN PERIOD..................................
34
ELECTRONIC FUEL INJECTION (EFI) .........
35
EFI ....................................................
35
Control Cables, Hand lever,
Center / Side Stand Pivots ..................
48
Oil Level Inspection ............................
48
Engine oil change ...............................
49
Spark Plug .........................................
50
Brake fluid (Front & Rear) ...................
51
The Advantages of EFI .......................
35
Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) .........
35
ROLL OVER SENSOR ...............................
36
STARTING ................................................
37
GEAR SHIFTING .......................................
40
PARKING ..................................................
41
Center Stand ......................................
41
Side Stand .........................................
41
Rear brake light switch adjustment......
57
TOOLS & FIRST AID KIT...............................
42
Drive Chain free play ..........................
58
RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS ...................
43
Chain lock fitment ...............................
59
PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE .....................
44
Adj. of gas filled shockabsorber .........
60
MINOR MAINTENANCE TIPS ......................
48
Removal of Battery from the Vehicle.....
61
Inspection of tyres and wheels ..........
51
Tyre pressure .....................................
52
Front W heel removal ..........................
52
Front W heel reassembly .....................
53
Rear wheel removal ...........................
54
Rear wheel reassembly......................
55
Adjustments-Clutch lever free play ....
57
Contents
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Battery Maintenance ...........................
61
Engine fails to start ............................
Reassembly of Battery on Vehicle ......
62
Engine misfiring .................................
75
CHANGING ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS ....
64
Poor pickup .......................................
75
Head Lamp Bulb Replacement ............
64
W hite / Blue smoke ............................
76
Tail Lamp bulb Replacement ................
65
Engine overheating ............................
76
Trafficator bulb Replacement ..............
65
Excessive fuel consumption................
76
Fuse ..................................................
66
Brakes Poor ........................................
77
Blade fuse usage list ..........................
66
Vehicle wobbles..................................
77
Air Filter Paper element.........................
74
67
Electricals ..........................................
77
WASHING PROCEDURE .............................
68
Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) ..............
78
Precautions ........................................
68
W ARRANTY .............................................
79
Af ter washing.....................................
68
EMISSION WARRANTY..............................
81
STORAGE PRECAUTION ...........................
70
FREE SERVICE COUPONS .........................
86
Preparing the motorcycle for re-use ...
71
PAID SERVICE/MAINTENANCE RECORD .....
95
LONG TRIP PRECAUTIONS .......................
72
ALL INDIA ROAD SIGNS ...........................
103
COMPLETE W IRING DIAGRAM (Domestic) .
73
LOG BOOK ...............................................
104
TROUBLE SHOOTING ...............................
74
NOTES ....................................................
108
Personal & Vehicle Information
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Name
Door No./St.
Locality
City
Contact Nos.
State
Res:
Off:
Pin
Mobile:
Email:
Engine No.
Battery No.
Frame No.
Battery make
Reg. No.
Licence No.
Date of Sale
Valid till dt.
Model
Key No.
Tyre make
Colour
Sold by
Dealer Code
Vehicle Installation Form (VIF) No.
Free Service Record
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It is our endeavour to provide excellent service to your CONTINENTAL GT at all times. Towards this we provide 4 free
services at specific Intervals.
Please avail these services at the specified time, in any of the Royal Enfield Authorised Dealer / Service Point nearest to you
and as a token of satisfactory services, kindly return the free service coupon duly filled in and signed, to the service outlet.
Availing the free services in the specified time is a prerequisite for warranty consideration. The cost of fuel, oil, grease etc.
used for all free services are chargeable to the customer.
1st Service
2nd Service
3rd Service
4th Service
Dealer / ASP
Rubber Stamp
Dealer / ASP
Rubber Stamp
Dealer / ASP
Rubber Stamp
Dealer / ASP
Rubber Stamp
Date of Service
Kms Covered
Servicing ASP /
Dealer’s Name
Address
NOTE : Please ensure that the free service details are recorded in this sheet immediately after the service is carried out.
Safety Definitions
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The information given under the titles: Warning, Caution and Note are for your safety and for the care and safety to
your motorcycle and others. Please read these carefully and if disregarded it may result in injury to yourself or others
and damages to the motorcycle
Statement in this manual preceded by the following words are with special significance.
Warning
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in serious injury or damage.
CAUTION :
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation , if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury or damage.
NOTE :
Indicates important and useful messages for clear understanding.
Technical Specification
ENGINE
Engine .......................................................
4 Stroke, air cooled, single cylinder, OHV, SI Engine
Capacity ....................................................
535 cc
Bore ..........................................................
87 mm
Stroke ........................................................
90 mm
Compression ratio .....................................
8.5 : 1
Max. Power @ RPM ...................................
29.1 BHP (21.4 kw) @ 5100 rpm
Max. Torque @ RPM ..................................
44 Nm @ 4000 rpm
Air Filter Element .......................................
Paper Element Filter
Engine Oil Capacity (dry fill) .......................
2.75 Litres.
Lubrication ................................................
Forced Lubrication, Wet Sump
Engine Oil Grade ........................................
Royal Enfield 15 W 50 API SL Grade Engine Oil (JASO MA)
Fuel System ..............................................
Electronic Fuel Injection Programmed (PGM-EFI)
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Technical Specification
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IGNITION SYSTEM
Ignition system ..........................................
Electronic Ignition
Spark plug Electrode gap ..........................
0.80 - 0.90 mm
Spark plug ................................................
WQR8DC (Bosch Super)
TRANSMISSION
Clutch .......................................................
W et Multiplate (7 Plates)
Primary drive ............................................
Duplex Chain
Primary Drive Ratio ...................................
2.15 : 1
Gear box ..................................................
Constant Mesh 5 Speed
Gear shift pattern .....................................
1-N-2-3-4-5
Gear Ratios ..............................................
1st-3.063:1, 2nd-2.013:1, 3rd-1.522:1, 4th-1.212:1, 5th-1.000:1
Secondary Drive (F.D. Sprocket) .............
18 Teeth
Final Drive Ratio .......................................
2.00:1
Drive Chain Links ......................................
100 Links
Technical Specification
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ELECTRICALS
WARNING
Generation ................................................
Alternator
System .....................................................
12V DC
Battery ......................................................
12V - 14 AH
Head lamp .................................................
..........................................................
12V, H4 - 60/55 W,
Halogen Bulb
Brake / Tail lamp .......................................
21/5 W
Turn signal ................................................
12V, 10W - 4 nos.
Instrument Cluster ....................................
Digital instrument Cluster with LCD
High beam indicator ..................................
12V, 0.2W (L.E.D.)
Neutral Telltale Bulb ..................................
12V, 1.12W
Horn (Dual) ...............................................
12V, 2.5A (dual tone - LT, HT)
Starter Motor ............................................
12V, 0.9 KW
U s ing b ulbs / ot her e le c tr ic al
gadgets other than specified rating may
lead to over loading / erratic behaviour /
premature failure of electrical system.
Modifications on the bike which are not
approved by Royal Enfield may not only
disqualify for warranty, but also affects
performance of the bike.
Technical Specification
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CHASSIS
Frame .......................................................
Tyre size ..................................................
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Tyre pressure ...........................................
..........................................................
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Fuel tank capacity ....................................
Low fuel warning .....................................
Suspension ..............................................
..........................................................
Front fork oil capacity ..............................
Front fork oil .............................................
Hydraulic Brakes ......................................
..........................................................
Brake oil grade .........................................
Brake oil capacity .....................................
..........................................................
Tubular steel double cradle
Front: 100/90-18 M/C 56H
Rear: 130/70-18 M/C 63H
Front- Solo: 1.41 Kg/cm2 (20 PSI)
Pillion: 1.55 Kg/cm2 (22 PSI)
Note:
Rear- Solo: 2.11 Kg/cm2 (30 PSI)
***Fuel tank capacity given
Pillion: 2.25 Kg/cm2 (32 PSI)
here is approximate. It can
13.5 Litres***
v ary ma rgin ally fr o m this
specified value.
3.00 Litres***
Front: Telescopic, Stroke 110mm
Rear: Gas Charged, Stroke 80 mm
430 ml per leg
Gabriel Fork Oil 2W 35
Front: 300 mm dia floating disc, twin piston floating caliper
Rear: 240 mm dia disc, single piston floating caliper
DOT 3 or DOT 4
Front: 50 ml
Rear: 100 ml
Technical Specification
DIMENSIONS
Length ......................................................
2060 mm
Width ........................................................
760 mm
Height .......................................................
1070 mm
W heel base ..............................................
1360 mm
Saddle height ...........................................
800 mm
Ground clearance ....................................
140 mm
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NOTE: BS III
This vehicle meets Emission Norms Bharat (Trem) Stage - III
WEIGHTS
Kerb W eight (with 90% Fuel) ...................
185 Kg
Gross vehicle weight ...............................
365 Kg
NOTE :
1. Values / Dimensions given above are for your guidance only.
2. In view of continuous improvements being done on our products, the specifications are subject to change without notice.
Safe Riding Tips / Guidelines
Before operating your new motorcycle, we
request you to carefully read and follow the
operating and maintenance instructions detailed
in this manual for the safety of your own, your
motorcycle, and also that of others.
Know and respect the rules of the road. Please
be a safe rider for your own safety and for others
in road.
Before starting the motorcycle, check for proper
operation of brakes, clutch, gear shifter, handle
bar controls, tyre pressures, fuel and oil levels.
Use only genuine Royal Enfield spare parts and
app roved ac cess or ies. U se of ot her
manufacturer’s performance parts may affect
the performance of your motorcycle and render
the motorcycle void of warranty. See your Royal
Enfield dealer for details.
W henever refuelling your motorcycle, please
exercise utmost caution and carefully observe
the following rules.
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DO NOT smoke and please ensure that
there are no open flames or sparks near the
motorcycle, when refuelling OR servicing
the fuel system.
Switch OFF mobile phones and other hand
held electronic devices. Open the fuel filler
cap slowly.
Refuel in a well ventilated area with the
engine turned off.
DO NOT fill the tank to its brim. Please fill
fuel only till the bottom of the filler neck
insert, so as to leave air space in the fuel
tank to allow for fuel expansion.
Warning
Royal Enfield cautions you against the use of certain
nonstandard parts such as aftermarket and custom
made extended front forks or suspensions, which may
adversely affect performance and handling. Removing
or alt erin g or igin al p art s may ad vers ely aff ect
performance and could result in to an accident.
Safe Riding Tips / Guidelines
A new motorcycle must be operated according
t o th e s p ec ial r unning -in- p rocedure. See
running-in-procedure mentioned in Page No. 34.
Operate motorcycle only at moderate speeds and
out of traffic until you have become thoroughly
f am iliar with it s op er at ion and han dlin g
characteristics under all conditions.
DO NOT exceed the legal speed limit or drive too
fast for existing conditions. Always reduce speed
when poor driving conditions exist. High speed
increases the influence of any other condition
affecting stability and increases the possibility of
loss of control.
NOTE :
If you are an inexperienced rider we recommend that
you obtain formal training on correct motorcycle riding
techniques and become thoroughly familiar with the
operation of your particular motorcycle. New riders
should gain experience under various conditions while
driving at moderate speeds.
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Pay strict attention to road surfaces and wind
conditions. Any two wheeled vehicle may be subject
to the following upsetting forces:
W ind blasts from passing trucks.
Rough uneven road surfaces.
Slippery road surfaces.
These f or ces m ay aff ec t t he h an dling
characteristics of your motorcycle. If this happens,
reduce speed and guide the motorcycle relaxed to
a controlled condition. Do not brake abruptly.
O perate your m ot or cycle def en sively.
Remember that, a motorcycle does not afford
the same protection as an automobile in an
accident. One of the most common accident
situations occurs when the driver of the other
vehicle fails to see or recognize a motorcycle
and turns into the oncoming motorcyclist.
Safe Riding Tips / Guidelines
W ear an approved helmet, clothing, and foot
gear suited for riding a motorcycle. Bright OR
light colours are best for greater visibility in
traffic, specially at night. Avoid loose, flowing
garments and scarves.
W hen c arr ying a p illion rider, it is you r
responsibility to instruct them on proper riding
procedures.
DO NOT allow other individuals, under any
c ircumstanc es , to operate your motorcycle
unless you know they are experienced, licensed
riders and are thoroughly familiar with the
operating conditions of your motorcycle.
Warning
Regularly inspect shock absorbers and front forks
and look for leaks. Replace worn out parts. Worn
out parts can adversely affect stability and handling.
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Warning
For your personal welfare, all the listed service and
m aint en an ce r ec om mendations shou ld b e
performed. Lack of regular maintenance at the
suggested intervals may affect the safe operation
of your motorcycle.
Warning
Avoid any contact with the exhaust system. Wear
clothing that will completely cover the legs while
riding. The exhaust system gets very hot when the
engine is running and remains too hot, even after the
engine is turned off. Failure to wear proper or protective
clothing could result in serious injury.
Warning
E xh aust g as es c ontains p oisonous c ar bon
monoxide and chemicals, known to cause Cancer,
Birth defects or other reproductive defects.
Safe Riding Tips / Guidelines
Warning
M ot or c y c le bat teries c on tain lead and lead
components, acids and chemicals known to cause
cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Exercise extreme caution while handling a battery.
W ash hands thoroughly whenever a battery is
handled.
Warning
Consult your Royal Enfield Dealer regarding any
questions or problems that occur in the operation
of your motorcycle. Failure to do so may aggravate
an initial problem, cause costly repairs & jeopardize
your personal safety.
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Warning
DO NOT tow a disabled motorcycle. The steering
and handling of the disabled motorcycle will be
impaired due to the force of the towline. If a disabled
motorcycle must be transported, use a truck or a
trailer. Towing a motorcycle may cause loss of
control of the motorcycle in the front, leading to an
accident.
Warning
DO NOT pull a trailer behind a motorcycle. Towing
a trailer may cause reduced braking efficiency, tyre
overloading and unstable handling. Towing a trailer
may cause loss of control of the motorcycle in the
front, leading to an accident.
Safe & Happy Riding
RIDING DRESS
Please wear proper riding apparel.
A pair of riding boots or shoes.
Soft leather gloves.
Goggles or spectacles to safe guard eyes.
An approved helmet. Affixed with light reflecting
strips of radium stickers at the front and rear.
NOTE :
A light coloured shirt enables greater visibility to other
road users specially during nights.
CAUTION :
Loose clothing may get caught on moving parts of
your motorcycle.
SITTING POSTURE
Correct sitting posture is a pre-requisite for stable
and safe riding
Sit in lean forwarded position.
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Keep your elbows close to your body
Hold the handle bar grips, close to its inner end
Look extensively ahead, including rear view
mirrors, without turning the head.
BRAKING
Ap ply fr on t and r ear br ak es g ently an d
simultaneously for maximum braking efficiency.
WARNING
Applying any one of the brakes suddenly may cause
the vehicle to skid. The hydraulic disc brakes fitted
on your motorcycle require very less effort. High effort
or sudden application may lock the wheel. Please use
utmost caution while applying the brakes.
W hile riding on wet or bad road conditions use
brakes cautiously.
Rules of the Road
Be sure your number plate is installed in the
position specified by law and it is clearly visible
at all times.
Ride at a safe speed that is consistent with the
type of road surface you are on. Pay strict
attention to whether the surface is :
Dry
Oily
Icy
Wet
Watch for loose debris, such as leaves, slippery
substances or loose gravel that can hamper the
stability of your vehicle.
DO NOT exceed the legal speed limit or drive
too fast for existing conditions. Always reduce
speed when poor driving conditions exist. High
speed inc reases the influence of any other
condition affecting stability and increases the
possibility of loss of control.
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Keep to the correct side of the road center line
when meeting oncoming vehicle.
Actuate your turn signals and exercise caution
when passing other vehicles going in the same
direction. Never try to pass another vehicle
g oing in th e same direct ion at s tr eet
intersections, on curves, or when going up/or
down a hill.
At street intersection give the right-of-way to
the vehicle on your left or right . DO NOT
presume you have the right-of-way.
Always signal when preparing to stop, turn or
pass.
W hile turning either right or left, watch for
pedestrians, animals, as well as vehicles.
All traffic signs, including manual controls at
intersections, should be obeyed promptly.
SLOW DOW N at traffic signs near schools and
CAUTION signs at railroad crossings.
Rules of the Road
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W hen intending to turn, signal at least 100 feet
(30.5 meters) before reaching the turning. Be
c lose to the center line (unless local rules
require otherwise), slow down and then turn
carefully.
Never jump a traffic light. W hen a
c hange is imminent from GO to
STOP ( or v ic e vers a) at
intersections, slow down and wait
for the light to change to green.
Never run through a yellow or red
traffic light.
SIDE VIEW MIRRORS
Red
Yellow
Green
Your motorcycles is equipped with convex mirrors
and have a curved surface. This type of mirror is
designed to give a much wider view of the rear than
a normal flat mirror. However, cars and ot her
objects seen in this type of mirror will look smaller
and farther away than when seen in a flat mirror.
DO NOT leave the curb or parking area without
signalling. Be sure your way is clear to enter
moving traffic. A moving line of traffic always
has the right-of -way.
Use care when judging the size or distance of
objects seen in these mirrors.
W hen parking the motorcycle, park on a firm
and flat surface to prevent it from falling over.
To help you to establis h the relative dis tanc e of
vehicles behind your motorcycle, adjust each mirror
in such a way, that a small portion of your shoulder is
visible and a large portion behind your motorcycle is
seen clearly.
Protect your motorcycle against theft. After
parking your motorcycle, ensure that steering
head is locked and then remove the Ignition key.
NOTE :
Vehicle Identification Number - Details
CHASSIS NUMBER
ENGINE NUMBER
Punched on the steering head tube RH side
Punched on top of the Engine LH side.
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Key Parts Location
22
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
7
1
6
2 34
5
1.
RH Trafficator front
2.
Brake Pedal
3.
Kick Start Lever
4.
Starter Motor
5.
Horn
6.
RH Side Panel
7.
RH Trafficator Rear
Key Parts Location
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1. Trafficator front LH
LEFT SIDE VIEW
2. Spark plug
3. Gear Change Pedal
6
4. Centre stand
5. Side Stand
6. Side Panel LH / Battery Cover
1
7. Trafficator rear LH
7
2
3
4
5
Key Parts Location
4 56
TOP VIEW
24
7
8
9 10
11
3
2
13
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn signal switch
Horn button
Clutch lever
Day flash switch
Head lamp dip switch
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
12
14
Manual Bistarter / Choke
Speedometer
Ignition switch
Malfunction Indicator Lamp
Tacho Meter
11.
12.
13.
14.
Engine Kill switch
Park / head light switch
Electric Start Switch
Fuel tank cap
Operation of Controls
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IGNITION SWITCH
ON
Insert ignition key and turn clockwise direction
to “ON”. Once you turn on the ignition key all the
indicating lights in instrument cluster starts
glowing on for few seconds and the engine will
get ready to start. The key cannot be removed
from “ON” possition.
OFF
Turn the ignition key in anticlockwise direction
to “OFF”. Once you turn off, all the electrical
s ys tems g oes off . Now th e k ey c an b e
removed.
Operation of Controls
STEERING LOCK
Turn the handle bar to extreme left or right position.
Push the key inside in “OFF” position, press
and further turn to anticlockwise direction to
lock the steering system.
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STEERING UNLOCK
Push the key in steering lock Position, and turn
clockwise direction to unlock the steering.
The key can be removed from the lock in this
position.
The key can be removed from the lock in this
position.
CAUTION :
CAUTION :
Protect your motorcycle against theft. After parking
your Motorcycle and lock the steering, then remove
the key from combination switch.
Do not lubricate barrel locks with petroleum based
lubricants or graphite. Inoperative locks may result in
damage to your vehicle.
Operation of Controls
FUEL TANK CAP
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UTILITY BOX
U tility
b ox
is
pr ovided at th e
b ot tom ar ea of
battery carrier.
Turn key clockwise
to open. Press the
cap to lock with key
in position.
It is c over ed wit h
side panel LH
NOTE :
Key can be removed
only in locked position.
SIDE PANEL LH / BATTERY COVER
SIDE PANEL RH
Turn key clockwise to
unlock the side panel.
Pull the s ide panel
outside for opening
the same.
Key
cannot
removed in
position.
be
t his
Unscrew the indicated
screw and then pull
t he s ide panel for
opening the same.
Operation of Controls
28
ALPHA-NUMERIC DISPLAY UNIT
TRIP METER MODE
This unit in the
speedometer consists
of
A light push for less
than one second on
th e “PUSH” button
switch will change the
display from odometer
to Trip meter (TRIP A)
1. Odometer
2. Trip A
Alpha Numeric Display
Push Button
Switch
3. Trip B
4. Fuel level indicator
ODOMETER MODE
Odometer mode is the
initial display mode of
th is unit. It dis plays
odometer reading by
default.
NOTE :
Once you turn “ON” the ignition key, whatever was the
last selection mode will get displayed.
Again another press on the “PUSH” button switch
will change the display from “TRIP A to “TRIP B”.
NOTE :
For resetting the Trip Meter
1. Set the display as TRIP A or B as a current mode.
2. Press the “PUSH” button for more than 3 Seconds.
3.
Automatically the display will become zero.
Warning
Do not attempt to change any setting while riding the
motorcycle. It may cause loss of control leading to an
accident.
Operation of Controls
FUEL LEVEL INDICATOR
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BATTERY LOW VOLTAGE INDICATOR
The fuel level indicator
indicates the level of fuel
in the fuel tank.
The display bars of the fuel meter disappears
t ow ar ds t he E mp ty ( E) when t he f uel level
decreases.
when last bar start blinking (less than 3 litres), refuel
the bike at the earliest.
Battery low voltage indicator
If the battery voltage is less than 12 volts, the low
voltage indicator will start glowing continuously.
NOTE :
W hile the ignition is “ON”, low voltage indicator
symbol will glow until engine reaches 700 RPM.
If the last bar of the fuel meter is blinking continuously
after fueling, visit a Royal Enfield authorised dealer
and check the same.
In running condition if the battery voltage is below
12 Volts for more than 3 seconds continuously, the
low voltage indicator will start glowing.
Operation of Controls
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HEAD LAMP SWITCH
 HEAD LAMP OFF
HEAD LAMP DAY FLASH
PRESS FOR HEAD LIGHT FLASH
POSITION LAMP
HEAD LAMP ON
DIP SWITCH
LOW BEAM
HIGH BEAM
Operation of Controls
ENGINE START SWITCH
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ENGINE STOP SWITCH
PRESS
ENGINE ON
ENGINE OFF
TURN SIGNAL SWITCH
OFF (PUSH TO OFF)
LEFT
RIGHT
Operation of Controls
HORN
MANUAL BI STARTER (CHOKE)
PRESS
Apply choke in cold start condition while starting the Bike
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Pre Operational Checks
A careful check of the following must be carried out
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6. Engine oil level.
every time before riding and specially after long periods
of storage to determine if any additional maintenance
is necessary.
1. Adequate fuel in the tank.
7. W heel spokes for proper tightness and no
breakage.
8. Headlamp, tail lamp, brake lamp and indicator
lamps for proper functioning.
2. Tyres for correct pressure, abrasions or cuts.
3. Rear chain for proper tension and sufficient
lubrication.
Warning
4. B rak es , s teer ing and t hr ot t le f or proper
responsiveness.
5. Cable for fraying or crimping and free operation.
For your personal welfare and safety, all the points
mentioned above should be performed periodically.
Failure to do so may affect safe operation, damage
your motorcyc le and could res ult in an ac cident
causing serious injury.
Running In Period
Proper running-In is very important f or obtaining
maximum life and performance of a new motorcycle.
The following guidelines explain proper running-in
proc edures.
Since the engine is brand new, it should not be loaded
excessively for the first 2,000 kilometers. During the
first few hundred kilometers, the mating parts in the
engine will wear and polish themselves to the correct
operating clearances. Driving with prolonged f ull
throttle operation, or in any high speed conditions
might result in excessive heating of the engine and
cause abnormal wear of the moving parts and hence
the same must be avoided.
1. 0-500 Kms :
T h e recommended s p eeds f or the f ir s t 5 00
Kilometers is below 50 to 60 Kmph. During this
period avoid operating the motorcycle with full
throttle opening. Stop the motorcycle for about 5
to 10 minutes to let it cool down, after every hour
of running. Vary the speed of the motorcycle
regularly during running but avoid us ing the
motorcycle above 1/2 throttle opening position.
2. 501-2000 Kms :
The recommended speed is below 80 – 90 kmph.
Avoid driving the motorcycle with full throttle
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opening . Vary t he s peed of the motorcyc le
regularly but avoid using the motorcycle above
3/4th throttle opening position.
3. 2001 Kms and above
Avoi d prol onged f ull-th rottle operation. Vary
speed occasionally.
CAUTION :
After covering the first 500 kilometers, Please replace
the engine oil and oil filter element.
Royal Enf i eld engi nes are air- c ool ed and
cons equently require f orc ed air cooling over the
cylin der and h ead to maintain pr oper oper ating
temperature. Extended periods of idling may over
heat the engine, resulting in serious engine damage.
DO NOT run the engine at extremely high RPM with
clutch disengaged or transmission in neutral as it
can cause serious engine damage.
An engine running for long distances at high speed
must be given close attention to avoid overheating
and possible engine damage
Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
ELECTRONIC FUEL INJECTION (EFI)
An electronic control unit (ECU) monitors engine
performance and provides exact requirement of Air
/ Fuel mixture to the engine, through the fuel injector
by taking inputs from various sensors provided in
the motorcycle.
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MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP (MIL)
A M alfu nc tioning
Indicator Lamp (MIL)
is provided in the
RPM meter which is
located on the right
side of the Cluster
unit.
THE ADVANTAGES OF EFI ARE
Faster response of the engine to suit road/load
conditions.
Better power output
Lower emission
Better reliability
Excellent cold Startability
Engine Diagnostic capabilities
Maintenance free
1. EFI Mal Function Indicator : W hen both the
Ignition & Engine kill switch is “0N”, the MIL will
glow for few seconds and will go “OFF”. This
indicates that all the functions of Electronic Control
Unit (ECU) and other sensors are working perfectly
and the motorcycle can be used.
In case of any malfunctioning of the ECU or other
sensors etc., the MIL will glow continuously. In the
event of any such phenomenon, it is recommended
to take the vehicle to a nearest Royal Enfield
authorised service point for inspection and further
necessary action.
Rollover Sensor
ROLLOVER SENSOR
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Your motorcycle is fitted with a unique “Roll Over
Sensor” under the seat. This is a safety feature.
In the event of an accident OR if the motorcycle
falls over on any side with the engine running
condition, The “Roll Over Sensor” will switch off
Ignition and cut off fuel supply to prevent the
motorcycle from moving suddenly, while it is in gear.
To re-activate the system after the motorcycle has
been made upright, please switch off both the
Ignition & Engine kill switch, wait for a few seconds
and switch “ON” again.
This will help to RESET the “Roll Over Sensor” and
the engine can be started/ run.
Starting
Warning
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Turn ignit ion
switch ‘ON’
Before starting engine, always shift gears into neutral.
CAUTION :
Do not force the gear lever while attempting to shift to
neu tral . Move t he m otor c yc l e bac k & f or th and
simultaneously press gear lever to come to neutral.
Ensure neutral Indicator light glows in the Speedometer.
NOTE :
If the engine does not start on the first attempt
in cold climate, release the starter button, wait
for 30 s ec onds before pressing the starter
button again.
Press starter button and release starter switch
once the engine starts.
A clutch switch is provided in the system for
the safety of the rider. This is to prevent the
vehicle from starting when the vehicle is in gear.
To start the engine when it is in gear, pull clutch
lever, press the starter button and release
slowly after the engine starts.
Ensure the side
and main stands
are in released
position
Ensure that gears
are in neutral and
neutral lamp is
glowing
Starting
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
Ensure Engine
stop switch is in
“RUN” position
CAUTION :
Never accelerate the engine immediately after a cold
start. The engine should be allowed to run slowly for
15-30 seconds. This will allow the engine to warm up
and let oil reach all surf aces needing lubrication.
Failure to adhere may result in damage to the Engine.
Manual bi
Starter (choke)
Press Clutch
Lever.
Press Starter
Button and
release as soon
as engine starts
NOTE :
It may be necessary to operate and hold the manual
bi starter, when starting the engine for the first time in
cold mornings, temperatures below 10°C or at high
altitudes, to prevent the stalling and to keep the idling
RPM steady.
Starting
As s oon as t he engine attains t he op erat ing
temperature, the RPM will raise, at which time the
manual Bi Starter should be released.
Warm up engine for 2 minutes - till idling is
consistent.
Prior to starting, check to see the fuel level from
the fuel gauge.
If the last bar is blinking refuel immediately.
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CAUTION :
Please ensure the motorcycle is not used with the
low fuel indicator bar blinking continuously. It may not
only result in the motorcycle running out of fuel. But
will also cause serious damage to the fuel pump.
Please ensure fuel is filled up as soon as the low fuel,
last bar start blinking.
CAUTION :
Air cooled engine requires air movement over the
cylinder head and exhaust pipe to maintain proper
operating temperature.
Never accelerate the engine abnormally in stand still
condition of the motorcycle. Failure to adhere this may
result in damage to exhaust pipe / silencer of the
engine due to over heating.
Gear Shifting
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Warm up engine
for 2 minutes t ill id ling is
consistent/stable
G EA R SH IFT PATT ERN
1
N
2
3
4
5
Press clutch lever towards the hand grip.
Press gear pedal with toe towards down to
engage 1st gear.
G en tly op en t hr ot tle and r elease c lutc h
simultaneously. If clutch is released suddenly,
the engine may stall and cause a jerky start.
CAUTION :
The clutch must be fully disengaged before attempting
a gear shift. Failure to fully disengage the clutch may
cause a jerky start OR stalling the engine besides
causing damage to transmission parts.
Press the gear
pedal upwards
with t oe t o
eng ag e 2nd
and gear.
Follow the same procedure for 3rd, 4th and 5th
gear.
NOTE :
Always start motorcycle with gear in neutral position.
Always move the motorcycle in first gear position only.
W hen engine speed decreases or while climbing a
gradient or running at a reduced speed, shift to the
appropriate lower gear to prevent the engine from
stalling or straining to pull.
Parking
PARKING VEHICLE ON CENTER STAND
Select a firm, flat surface
Hold handle bar straight
Lower center stand, and ensure that both the
legs of the stand are resting evenly on firm ground.
Apply press ure on the fulcrum lever on the
center stand and pull vehicle upwards, gently.
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PARKING VEHICLE ON SIDE STAND
Select a firm, flat surface
Lower Side Stand and gently tilt motorcycle to
the left till it rests firmly on the side stand.
Warning
Always park the motor cycle on a firm and flat surface. Parking in a soft ground may cause stand to sink and the
motorcycle to fall, causing injury to you or to others and damage to the motorcycle parts.
Tools & First Aid Kit
1
2 3
4
5
6
7
8 9
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10
5
7
6
1
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Description
Tool Bag
Screw Driver O6 X 160
Tommy Bar
Box Spanner 21 X 24
Double End Spanner 14 X 15
Double End Spanner 10 X 13
Double End Spanner 8 X 10
Allen Key 5 MM
Allen Key 3 MM
Tyre Removal Lever
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
4
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
3
Description
2
Qty.
Antiseptic cream 5 gms
Gauze bandage 5 cm x 2 cm
Elastic Gauze bandage 8 cm x 1 mtr.
W ash proof plaster 1.9 cm x 7.2 cm
Sterilized Gauze Swab 5 cm x 5 cm
Sterilized elastic plaster 7 cm x 6 cm
First aid kit pouch
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
NOTE :
This Tool Kit is kept in Utility box. Refer Page No. 27.
Recommended Lubricants
Engine Oil
Grade
Royal Enfield 15 W 50 API SL Grade
Engine Oil
(JASO MA)
Grade
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Front Fork Oil
Royal Enfield
Front Fork Oil
(or Gabriel Fork
Oil 2W 35)
Capacity
430 ml / leg
Brake Fluid
Grade
DOT 3 or DOT 4
Capacity
Front : 50 ml
Rear : 100 ml
ISO 14001 – EMS
Operation Control Process
Capacity
2.75 Ltrs. (for dry fill)
2.50 Ltrs. (during oil & filter element
replacement)
1. All customers are advised timely replacement of Engine Oil,
Fork Oil & Brake Oil at the dealership /ASP. In case done
privately, it is advise to reach old/used Oil to our authorised
vendor through RE Dealer/ASP
2. Similarly we advise for disposal of old/used Battery, Tube &
Tyres as mentioned in above point No.1.
Warning
DO NOT switch oil brands indiscriminately because some oil interact chemically when mixed.
Use of inferior oils or non-detergent oils can damage the engine.
DO NOT Mix DOT 3 & DOT 4 brake fluid together.
Periodical Maintenance
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The maintenance schedule detailed here will help you to maintain your Continental GT meticulously and to get a long
trouble free service. The schedule provided herein is based upon average riding conditions and indicates the mileage
at which regular inspections, adjustments, replacements and lubrications must be carried out.
The frequency of the maintenance must be shortened depending upon the severity of the Riding condition OR if the
motorcycle is used in a very dusty environment, severe climatic cold and hot conditions, bad roads, stagnant water
etc., Contact a nearest Royal Enfield Authorised Dealer / Service Point for expert advice and to carry out the
periodical maintenance.
Warning
For your personal welfare, all the listed service and maintenance recommendations should be performed. Lack of
regular maintenanc e at the s uggested intervals may aff ect the safe operation of your motorcycle causing the
motorcycle to malfunction and stall abruptly resulting in an accident and cause serious injury.
A : Adjust
C : Clean
D : De-car bonise
I : Inspect
L : Lubr icate
R : Replace
NOTE :
For maintenance after 30,000 Kms, please repeat the same frequency levels specified above, in consultation with a
Royal Enfield Authorised Dealer / Service Point.
Do not mix DOT 3 and DOT 4 brake fluid together.
*Carbo cleaner / Carbclik or Fuel Line Cleaner Spray. (Make - Wurth or ITW Chemin)
Periodical Maintenance
S.
No.
45
FREE SERVICE
whichever is earlier
DESCRIPTION
Kms (x 1000)
Months
0.5
3
6
9
1.5
3
6
9
R
R
PAID SERVICE
12
15
R
18
21
R
24
27
R
30
R
1
Engine Oil
2
Engine oil filter element
R
C
R
R
R
R
R
3
Engine sump filter (oil strainer)
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
4
Magnetic drain plug under gear box and secondary
drain plug under cranksharft in crankcase RH
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
5
Spark plug
6
HT lead for crack
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
7
Fuel hose & clip / Injector ‘O’ Ring / Seal Ring
I
I
I
I
R
I
I
I
R
I
I
8
Fuel Pump
9
Accelerator & Throttle pully cable free play
A
A
A
A
A
10 Rubber hose, Air filter to Throttle body
I
I
11 Rubber hose, Inlet manifold
I
I
Check level at every 1000 Kms or earlier as required
C&A C&A C&A C&A C&A
R
C&A C&A C&A C&A
R
Check for screw tightness in all services
A
A
A
A
A
A
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R
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Periodical Maintenance
S.
No.
46
FREE SERVICE
whichever is earlier
DESCRIPTION
Kms (x 1000)
Months
12 Air filter paper element
PAID SERVICE
0.5
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
30
1.5
C
3
C
6
C
9
C
R
C
C
C
R
C
C
13 Inlet / Exhaust valve seating
I
I
14 Cylinder head (Combustion chamber)
D
15 Exhaust pipe
D
16 Clutch lever free play
Adjust every 1000 Kms or earlier as required
17 Rear brake pedal pivot
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
18 Battery terminals (apply petroleum jelly)
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
19 Battery Electrolyte level
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
20 Earth wire eyelet contact (below ECU Mounting)
I
Adjust every 1000 Kms or earlier as required
21 Rear Wheel Drive Chain
22 Front Fork oil / leak
23 Steering ball races / play adjustment
I
Lubricate every 3000 Kms or earlier as required
I
I
I
R
I
I
I
R
I
I
I
A
L
A
R
A
L
A
R
A
L
Periodical Maintenance
S.
No.
47
FREE SERVICE
whichever is earlier
DESCRIPTION
Kms (x 1000)
Months
24 Spokes tightness / Wheel rim run out front & rear
0.5
3
6
9
1.5
3
6
9
I
I
PAID SERVICE
12
15
I
25 Rear wheel cush rubbers
18
21
I
I
27 Hand levers & Kick starter pivot
I
I
27
I
I& R
26 Tyre wear front & rear
24
30
I
I& R
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I
I
I
I
Lubricate every 1000 Kms or earlier as required
28 Brake Oil level check / Replacement
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
R
I
I
29 Pivot-Side Stand / Center Stand pivot
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
30 Rider & Pillion Foot rest pivot
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
31 Swing arm needle bearings and spindle
L
32 Vent Pipe under air filter box
L
I& C I& C I& C I& C I& C I& C I& C I& C I& C I& C
33 Throttle body - cleaning spray*
C
C
C
C
C
34 PAV pipes & hose clip
I
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I
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R
I
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35 Front & Rear brake hose and Banjo Bolt
I
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Minor Maintenance Tips
The following minor maintenance can be carried
out easily with simple tools. However, In case, if it
is felt that the adjustments are best done by an
expert, we recommend that the motorcycle be taken
to a neares t Royal Enfield Authorised Dealer /
Service Point.
CONTROL CABLES, HANDLE BAR LEVER, PIVOTS,
CENTER / SIDE STAND PIVOTS
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OIL LEVEL INSPECTION
MAX
MIN
Main Stand Pivot
Lever Pivot
Side Stand
Pivot
Lubricate after using the motorcycle in rain,
after waterwash or if used in dusty conditions.
Place motorcycle on its center stand on a firm
surface.
W arm up engine for a few minutes & switch off.
W ipe the area free of dirt / grease.
The level is correct if the oil level is in the middle
of the oil level window.
Apply a few drops of oil on the pivots.
Top up with recommended oil if required.
Minor Maintenance Tips
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ENGINE - OIL CHANGE
Place motorcycle on its centre stand on a firm
flat surface.
Start engine and warm up for 2 minutes.
Keep a clean tray below the engine
TILT VEHICLE RH & LH
Primary
Drain
Plug
Secondary
Drain Plug
Primary
Filter Cap
(Refer Periodical Maintenance Chart for frequency)
Remove primary drain cap, to drain oil & clean
suction filter, magnet.
Then remove secondary drain plug to drain oil &
clean the magnet.
Finally remove primary drain bolt to drain the
complete oil.
Remove the oil filter paper element on the
Crankcase Cover RH.
Allow the oil to drain by tilting the motorcycle to
both sides.
W ash the primary and secondary drain plugs
along with suction filter thoroughly and refit on
the crankcase after all the oil is drained out.
Minor Maintenance Tips
Soak a new oil filter paper element in the oil and
refit on the Crankcase Cover RH.
Assembly 3 bolts and tighten them. Ensure ‘O’
Ring and gaskets are taken seat properly.
Fill recommended
oil to engine till the
oil level is upto
“MAX” level mark in
the oil window in
Crankcase Cover
RH.
Max
NOTE :
Min
Replace oil filter paper element whenever oil is being
replaced.
CAUTION :
Do not fill oil over “MAX” mark. It may cause the engine
to smoke and result in loss of power. Do NOT use the
motorcycle if the oil is below the “MIN” mark. Doing
so will cause serious damage to the moving parts
inside the engine and result in an engine lock up.
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SPARK PLUG
Gap 0.80 to 0.90 mm.
Cleaning and adj usting gap (Refer Periodical
Maintenance Chart for frequency)
Remove HT Lead and the spark plug from the
cylinder head using the plug spanner and
Tommy bar.
Clean the insulator tip and electrodes of the plug
carefully using a pointed scraper or spark plug
cleaner.
Set the gap between 0.80 to 0.90 mm.
Refit the spark plug on the cylinder head and
connect H.T. Lead.
Minor Maintenance Tips
BRAKE FLUID
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INSPECTION OF TYRES AND WHEELS
Inspect the tyre periodically for
tread wear, cracks and cuts.
MAX
MIN
Minimum tread depth
Front tyre : 1.00 mm
MIN
FRONT BRAKE
REAR BRAKE
Check if oil is below ‘MIN’ level. To top Up, remove
cover and diaphragm, then top up with DOT 3 or
DOT 4 as specified.
CAUTION :
Brake fluid is highly corrosive and can cause damage
to painted parts. Please ensure that brake fluid does
not spill on any part of the motorcycle. In the event of
a spill, please clean the area immediately with a soft
cloth (preferably a wet cloth) to avoid damage.
Don’t mix DOT 3 & DOT 4 Brake fluid together.
Rear tyre : 2.00 mm
Check and remove stone, splinters, nails or other
particles embedded in the tyre treads.
Bald spots / swelling may be caused by internal
damage. Replace the tyres, if defective.
Replace tyres when the tread depth has reached
the minimum as specified.
Periodically inspect wheels for spokes breakage
and wheel rim run out.
Check proper seating of the tyre beading on the
rim whenever the tyre is reassembled.
W henever a new tyre is installed, ensure rim
and spokes do not get damaged on account of
wrong handling.
Minor Maintenance Tips
Use only standard tyres & tubes inflated to
correct pressure.
TYRE PRESSURE
Solo
With Pillion
Front
Rear
1.41 kg/cm2
(20 PSI)
2.11 kg/cm2
(30 PSI)
1.55 kg/cm2
(22 PSI)
2.25 kg/cm2
(32 PSI)
Warning
Tyres, rims and air valves must be correctly matched
to wheel ri ms . See your Royal E nf ield D ealer.
Mismatching tyre, tubes, rims and air valves may result
in damage to the tyre bead during mounting, allow
tyre slippage on the rim and cause tyre failure.
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FRONT WHEEL REMOVAL
Place the vehicle on center stand
Place a wooden block
t he f ront end of
engine to support the
vehicle.
Loosen the pinch bolt
on the RH fork guide
by 6 mm allen key.
Hold the axle head by
double end spanner
while loosening the
axle nut.
Remove the axle nut
along with washer.
Minor Maintenance Tips
Tap and remove the
front wheel spindle.
Locating
TAB
Tilt the vehicle to RH
Side and take out the
w heel along w it h
wheel speed sensor
and LH side spacer.
CAUTION :
Do not pres s the front brake lever when wheel is
removed as this will result in the brake pads coming
too far out of the brake caliper.
Place a 4 mm thick wooden piece or cardboard
sheet between the brake pads to avoid pads
activation in the event the front brake lever is
accidently pressed.
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FRONT WHEEL REASSEMBLY
Remove the wooden piece / card board sheet
placed between the brake pads
Place the wheel speed
sensor in position.
Ensure slot on hub
and speedo sensor is
matched correctly.
Ins er t th e wheel
along w it h wheel
speed sensor and LH
spacer between the
fr ont fork end s
ensuring the brake
disc is located
between the brake
pads.
Insert and tap the
f ront w heel axle
gently inside.
Refit the washer and
tighten the nut firmly.
Minor Maintenance Tips
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REAR WHEEL REMOVAL
Place the vehicle on
center stand on a
firm and flat surface.
Index mark
Observe and mark
the alignment index
marks in the both
sides of swing arm.
Remove axle nut on
the RH side.
Tighten the pinch bolt on the RH fork guide.
Rotate the wheel and check for smooth rotation.
Ensure wheel speed sensor wire coupler is being
connected to cluster unit and then check for
proper working of speedo meter.
Press brake lever 2 or 3 times to check front
brake efficiency.
Remove wheel spindle
from LH side along
with wheel collar and
LH side spacer.
Minor Maintenance Tips
Remove the caliper
assembly by pulling
out f rom the swing
arm slot.
Remove the distance collar.
Tilt the motorcycle towards RH side and take out
the rear wheel assembly conveniently.
CAUTION :
Do not press the rear brake pedal when wheel is
removed as this will result in the brake pads coming
too far out of the brake caliper.
Place a 4 mm thick wooden piece or cardboard
sheet between the brake pads to avoid pads
activation in the event the rear brake pedal is
accidently pressed.
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REAR WHEEL REASSEMBLY
Ensure the four Cush rubbers are in position
inside the rear wheel hub.
Tilt vehicle to right and
insert wheel assembly
bet ween t he sw ing
arms.
Position t he r ear
wheel with c us h
rubber on t he r ear
dr iven
f lang e
/
adaptor.
Fix the LH side spacer
in rear wheel hub.
Remove the wooden
piec e / card board
sheet placed between
the brake pads.
Minor Maintenance Tips
In sert t he caliper
assembly by pushing
in t he p roj ect ion
g iven ins ide th e
swing arm. Ensure
the brake disc is
located in between
the brake pads.
Align the caliper bracket, wheel and swing arm
holes in-line and ensure distance collar is
placed in hub dust seal.
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Adjuster End Plate
Index mark
Adjuster Lock nut
Tighten the axle nut
firmly.
Insert and tap the rear
wheel axle gently.
CAUTION :
Do not force the spindle into
the wheel as the threads
may get damaged. Tap it
through the wheel gently.
Ensure the index marks alignments on both sides
of the swing arm are in same position for proper
wheel alignment.
Warning
Ensure that swing arm
end plate is seated
p roperly an d t he
chain adjuster nuts
are correctly tightened and Locked.
Ensure the vehicle do not come out of center stand
wh ile dis mant ling and as semb ling the wheel
assembly.
Minor Maintenance Tips
ADJUSTMENTS - CLUTCH LEVER FREE PLAY
2 to 3 mm
B
A
Clutch Lever (free play 2 - 3 mm)
Loosen the cable outer lock nut (A).
Turn the Nut (B) Clockwise to reduce the play
or Anticlockwise to increase the free play.
Check free play 2 to 3 mm at Clutch lever pivot
on handle bar end.
Tighten lock nut (A) after adjustment is done.
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REAR BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH ADJUSTMENT
The brake light glows once
you press the brake pedal.
If brake light is not glowing,
check the brake light switch
wire for proper connection
and the brake light Switch
spring for any bend,
breakage or disconnection.
If above are alright, then do the adjustment as
mentioned below:
1. Turn the brake light switch adjustment nut while
holding the rear brake light switch body in
position.
2. If the brake light do not glows after pressing
the pedal for approximately 25mm,turn the
adjusting nut in clockwise direction by 2 to 3
threads and check for brake light function.
3. If the brake light continuously glows,turn the
adjusting nut in anti clockwise direction by 2
to 3 threads so as to get the positions in which
the light goes off.
Minor Maintenance Tips
DRIVE CHAIN FREE PLAY (PLAY 20 - 25 MM)
Index mark
P lace m ot or c yc le on it s
center stand on
a firm & f lat
surface.
Swing Arm
reference mark
Shift t he gear
into the neutral
position
Drive chain slack
adjusting nut
Ad j u s t e r
Lock nut
Meas ur e t he
drive chain free
play as shown.
The drive chain
free play is 20 to
25 mm
1.
If the drive chain free play is incorrect adjust
as follows:
a. Loosen the axle nut of the rear wheel axle.
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b.
Loosen the QD
sprocket spindle nut.
c.
Loosen the locknut at
bot h end of the
swing arm.
d.
To reduce the free
play, turn the drive
chain slack adjusting
n ut in cloc kw is e
direction.
e.
To increase the free
play, turn the drive
chain slack adjusting
nut in anticlockwise
direction and push
t h e r e ar w he el
forwar d.
Minor Maintenance Tips
f. Later adjust the nut on LH side by matching
the index mark with respect to RH side index.
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CHAIN LOCK FITMENT
g. Ensure that both the sides are in same index
marks.
h. Finally torque the spindle and axle nuts to 7
kgm.
i. Tighten the adjuster locknut by 13mm spanner
against chain slack adjusting nut.
Warning
Chain slackness beyond 30mm will lead to chain
slippage.
Maintain drive chain slackness within the specified
limits at every 1000 kms interval.
Please Check the front and rear wheels are correctly
aligned, after the chain adjustment.
The open end of the chain master link lock should
face opposite to normal direction of chain rotation.
Warning
The f itment of lock in wrong direction other than
shown above can lead to its falling off, and thus can
cause the sudden disconnection of the chain during
the drive.
Minor Maintenance Tips
ADJUSTMENT OF GAS FILLED SHOCKABSORBER
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Adjust both the rear shock absorbers to the same
thread possitions.
Recommended = 10 mm height adjustment only
from factory setting.
Warning
Riding the motorcycle with the shock absorbers
adjusted in diff erent positions can caus e los s of
control.
The r ear gas filled s hock absorber is an
adjustable type.The spring tension can be
increased or decreased.
Reduce the spring tension for low load operation
by turning the adjuster nut in the direction as
shown above by using a suitable C - spanner.
Inc reas e t he spring tension f or high load
operation by turning the adjuster nut in oposite
direction.
Regularly inspect shock absorbers and front forks for
any leaks.
NOTE :
Ensure accessories, fitted if any, do not foul with
rear s hock absorbers. C hec k f or s uf f ic ient gap
between the shock absorbers and the attachments
in a condition that the rear end of the Motorcycle is
fully loaded and the shock absorbers are maximum
compressed.
Minor Maintenance Tips
REMOVAL OF BATTERY FROM THE VEHICLE
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BATTERY MAINTENANCE
Battery Carrier bracket screw
(-)
(+)
TERMINAL TERMINAL
The Motorcycle is provided with 12V - 14 AH
battery.
Unlock (turn the key clockwise) and remove
the Left side panel.
Disconnect both the terminal wires (negative
first and positive next respectively)
The battery must be periodically checked for

Cleanliness and corrosion free terminals.

Electrolyte level.

If electrolyte level is low, top up with
distilled water only.
R em ove the batt er y c ar rier b rack et b y
loosening the two screws
NOTE :
Take out the battery.
The poor contact or loose fitment of Battery terminals
may cause ECU failure.
Minor Maintenance Tips
Warning
Always disc onnect the negative (-) battery cable
f i rst and then the Red pos iti ve ( +) c able whi le
removing the battery connections.
NOTE :
For chec king the battery voltage and elec trolyte
spec ific gravity, contact authorised Royal Enf ield
Dealer / service point or battery service centre.
CAUTION :
Do not use battery with low electrolyte level as
the battery internal cells will get damaged.
Do not overfill the battery electrolyte level as it
will spill out through the overflow pipe and cause
corrosion to vehicle parts.
Use only distilled water meant for use in batteries
to avoid damage to battery.
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REASSEMBLY OF BATTERY ON MOTORCYCLE
Position the battery in the battery carrier such
that negative terminal of the battery is towards
the fuel pump side.
Ensure ignition switch is
in “OFF” condition.
C onnect t he pos it ive
terminal (Red wire) first
C onnect t he n egat ive
terminal (Black wire) next.
Smear the terminals with petroleum jelly. (Do
not use grease in the battery terminals).
Place the terminal boot / cap properly.
Refit the carrier bracket.
Refit LH side panel & lock it.
NOTE :
Clean the wire terminals free of corrosion and keep
the terminals coated with petroleum jelly.
CAUTION :
Keep the +ve and -ve cables firmly conneted to the
respective battery terminals. Failure to do so may
result in damage to the motorcycle electrical system.
Minor Maintenance Tips
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Position new b ulb
inside the reflect or
such that the three
p roj ect ions on the
bulb align with the slot
on the reflector.
CHANGING ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
HEADLAMP BULB REPLACEMENT
L oosen th e rim
holding screw on
top and take out
th e head lam p
dome.
Refix the bulb holding
clamp.
Connect the Electrical
connections.
Disconnect electrical connections.
Position head lamp doom onto the head lamp
shell and tighten the mounting screw on top.
NOTE :

Thumb push and
remove the bu lb
hold in g
clam p
gently.
Remove the bulb.
Never touch the bulb with your
fingers. Finger prints will etch
the glass and decrease bulb life.
X
Always hold the bulb with paper or clean dry cloth
during handling as shown in fig.
Minor Maintenance Tips
TAIL LAMP BULB REPLACEMENT
Unlock the battery
cover
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H old th e bulb , p ress ins ide and r ot at e
anticlockwise to remove the tail light bulb from
its holder.
Remove t he s eat
assembly by pulling
seat lock cable.
Replace the bulb 12V 21 / 5W.
Remove t he t ail
light
g lass
by
u ns cr ew ing
it s
mounting screw
As semble
back the tail
light in the
r evers e
order
of
dismantling
process.
Minor Maintenance Tips
TRAFFICATOR BULB REPLACEMENT
Remove the screw
from the trafficator
housing back side.
Open the Indicator
housing.
Take out the bulb
holder with help of
is screw driver.
Take out the bulb
and replac e the
same.
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R ef it t he holder
fit t in g it s lock in
proper position.
Fix the rubber gasket
cover.
Assemble back the
indic at or hou sing
cover.
Minor Maintenance Tips
FUSE
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BLADE FUSE USAGE LIST
1
2
3
4
5
8
7
6
Warning
Electronic Control Unit (ECU) may fail due to loose
electrical connections, loose battery terminals etc.
Hence, it is very important to keep all the Electrical
connections intact.
Fuse
No .
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Color Amps
Blue
Blue
Red
Red
Red
Red
Blue
Red
15A
15A
10A
10A
10A
10A
15A
10A
Application
RR Fuse
MAIN Fuse
ECU Fuse
General illumination / Tail / Trafficator
Head Lamp Fuse
Instrument Cluster / Horn
Spare Fuse
Spare Fuse
Warning
Please get the electrical system of your Motorcycle checked
thoroughly and get the faults corrected immediately after
experiencing any fuse failure. Not doing this can result in to
repeated fuse failures.
Usage of fuses other than specified rating will damage the complete
electrical system.
Warning
While doing Arc welding any where in motorcycle, the battery
terminals and the Electronic Control Unit (ECU) coupler are to be
completely disconnected. Failure to do so many cause damage to
the Electrical system of the Motorcycle.
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Takeout air filter paper element and check
for dirt. Gently tap it as shown in fig and fix it
back.
AIR FILTER PAPER ELEMENT
CLEAN AND REFIX : EVERY 3000 KMS
Remove the screw from the side cover bottom
side and then take out RH side cover.
NOTE :
Remove the air filter
cover screws and
then takeout air filter
box cover.
It is adviceable to replace air filter paper element once
in 10,000 KMS. In case of vehicle running in dusty /
mud road condition it may be replaced as earlier as
required.
Us age of h igh pres sure com pres sed air is n ot
recommended to clean air filter paper element.
Fitment of air filter paper element is reverse order of
removal process.
Washing Procedure
PRECAUTIONS
W ash vehicle when the engine is cold.
Cover the silencer tail end and control switches
with suitable plastic bags and tie it firmly to prevent
water entry into them.
Remove ignition key and seal key hole using
adhesive tape.
Do not remove RH side cover (panel) while
washing to avoid water entry into air filter box
assembly.
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Use a suitable engine degreaser, available with
your local parts store, to remove dirt or grease
from the engine external parts if required. Follow
the directions in the label carefully before using
the degreaser.
Use low pressure jet of water to clean the entire
vehicle.
Never spray water with great force on head lamp,
Meter/cluster unit, trafficator lights, front and rear
wheel hubs, electrical connections and wires,
control cables, EFI components, sparkplug,
battery,air fillter cover etc.
Use Luke warm water and mild detergent on the
painted components to remove dirt, etc.
Rinse vehicle thoroughly with plain water to
remove the detergent and wipe vehicle dry.
If possible, use compressed air and blow off
water particles from the obscure areas of
t he vehic le, elect rical connect ions , EFI
components etc.
Washing Procedure
AFTER WASHING
Ensure the vehicle is thoroughly dry by wiping
with a c lean soft water absorbent cloth or
chamois leather.
Remove all plastic bags and adhesive tapes.
Lubricate control cables, pivots for footrest, side
stand, centre stand, brake and gear shifter
linkages, rear chain etc.with lube oil.
Polish the painted and plated surfaces using
polishing wax.
Start the bike and allow engine to idle & warm up.
Drive the motorcycle slowly, applying both brakes
intermittently to dry up the brake pads.
Test brakes for full efficiency.
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Warning
Observe warnings and cautions given on labels of
cleaning compounds before it is used.
W hen washing your motorcycle, be careful not to get
the brakes, engine, mufflers or air cleaner etc., too
wet. Wet brake pad and / or disc can affect braking
eff ic ienc y. Engine can be s tarted af ter washing.
Ensure brakes and engine are working properly before
riding in the traffic and / or in highways at high speeds.
Storage Precautions
Incase your Motorcycle is not going to be used for
a m on th or mor e, w e advise th e following
precautions to be taken
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terminals and apply petroleum jelly on the
terminals to avoid corrosion.
Carryout required repair/adjustments on the
motorcycle.
Maintain electrolyte level between max and
min marks, by adding distilled water and wipe
the battery dry.
Wash the motorcycle thoroughly and lubricate
as per the maintenance chart.
St ore the bat tery in a cool, dry and well
ventilated place.
Start the engine, warm up for a few minutes
and switch off.
Do not place the battery in direct sun light, near
open flame or where temperature is above
40°C or below 0°C
Drain out the fuel completely from the fuel tank
and fuel lines.
Remove the spark plug. Pour in about 20ml of
clean engine oil through spark plug hole. Close
the hole and crank engine few times and refit
the sparkplug.
Clean the rear chain thoroughly and apply
lubrication oil on it.
Remov e battery from t he bik e. C lean its
Cover the silencer with plastic bags to prevent
moisture entry. Set the motorcycle on its center
stand.
Apply anti rust solution on all chrome plated
parts. Take care not to apply this solution on
rubber or painted parts.
Store motorcycle in a clean covered area free
of moisture and keep it covered to prevent dust
settling on it.
Storage Precautions
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Remove anti rust solut ion from all chrome
plated parts and clean the motorcycle.
Remove spark plug on cylinder head and pour
in a few drops of engine oil. Crank engine a
few times to lubricate cylinder walls and piston.
Clean spark plug and refit.
Inflate the tyres to the correct tyre pressure.
Switch “ON” the ignition switch.
Ensure battery is fully charged and electrolyte
level is properly maintained.
Start vehicle and warm up engine for a few
minutes before riding the vehicle.
PREPARING THE MOTORCYCLE FOR REUSE
Connect the battery.
Lubricate all control cables and pivots.
Check level of oil in engine and top up if
necessary.
Fill fuel tank with fresh petrol.
NOTE :
Do not raise the engine rpm the moment it is started,
but allow the engine to run at Idling speed.
Check fuel line for any cracks or cuts.
CAUTION :
Clean the air filter.
Proper long-term storage is important for the safe,
tr oubl e-f r ee operation of your Royal E nf ield
motorcycle.
Remove plastic covering from the silencer.
Long Trip Precautions
CHECKS PRIOR TO THE COMMENCEMENT OF LONG
JOURNEY
Service the motorcycle thoroughly at Royal
Enfield Authorised Dealer / Service Point as per
periodical maintenance chart. (Ref. Page No. 45
to 47)
Sufficient quantity of petrol in the fuel tank for
the planned journey.
Check and correct tyre pressure if necessary.
Correct the oil levels in Engine, brake master
cylinders.
Check for good battery condition and proper
electro lyte level.
Pr oper dr ive ch ain ten sion and corr ect ly
adjusted rear brakes.
Check for proper functioning of all lights & horn
etc.,
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CHECKS AFTER EVERY 1500 KMS OF RUN
Tightness of all fasteners.
Tyre treads condition and wear pattern of tyres.
Battery condition and electrolyte level.
Correct oil level in engine.
W orking of all lights and horn.
Proper drive chain tension.
ITEMS TO BE CARRIED
Tool kit.
First aid kit.
Bulbs for Headlight, Trafficator light and mini
Blade Fuses (15 & 10 Amps).
Accelerator and Clutch cable.
Rear chain master link lock assembly.
Spare tubes.
Foot operated Air Pump.
Insulation tape.
Spark plug (M14).
Complete Wiring Diagram
NOTE :
Complete W iring Diagram is attached on this page.
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Trouble Shooting
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Warning
Warning
The trouble shooting section of this Owner’s Manual
is intended solely as a guide for diagnosing problems.
Carefully read the appropriate sections of this manual
before performing any work. Repair and maintenance
operations not listed in this Owner’s Manual should
be perf ormed by your Royal Enf ield Dealer only.
Improper repair / maintenanc e could result in the
motorcycle not functioning properly or injury seriously.
CAUSES
I. ENGINE FAILS TO START
Please get the electrical system of your Motorcycle
chec ked throughtly and get the f aults c orrected
immediatly after experiencing any fuse failure. Not
doing this can result in to repeted fuse failures.
Usage of fuses other than spcified rating will damage
the complete electrical system.
REMEDIES
1)
Stop switch in ‘OFF’ Position .............
Push stop switch to ‘ON’ position.
2)
Vent hole clogged in fuel tank cap ....
Clean vent hole.
3)
Spark plug cap / lead not connected .
Fix cap / lead firmly
4)
Spark plug electrode dirty / fouled ....
Clean spark plug
5)
Spark plug insulation cracked ...........
Replace spark plug
6)
Clutch slipping ...................................
*Adjust clutch cable free play
7)
Main or EFI Fuse failed................... ..
Replace with new fuse
* Contact Authorised Dealer / Service Point
Trouble Shooting
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REMEDIES
II. ENGINE MISFIRING
1)
2)
3)
4)
Loose spark plug cap ........................
Spark plug fouled ..............................
Any sensor loose connections .........
W ater in petrol tank ...........................
Fix cap / lead firmly
Clean spark plug or non specified heat range plug.
* Check MAP or EOT or TPS sensor wiring / coupler loose connections
* Clean petrol tank. Fill tank with fresh petrol.
III. POOR PICKUP
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Brake pedal adjusted too tight ........
Choked air filter ...............................
Rear chain adjusted too tight ..........
Under inflated tyres .........................
Accelerator cable free play excessive
Clutch Slipping .................................
Faulty fuel supply .............................
Fuel pump, filter / injector blocked
*Re-adjust properly
Clean / Replace air filter
*Re-adjust properly
*Inflate to correct pressure
Adjust cable free play
*Adjust clutch cable free play
*Remove fuel pump & clean.
* Contact Authorised Dealer / Service Point
Trouble Shooting
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REMEDIES
IV. WHITE/BLUE SMOKE
1)
Oil level in sump above the Top line.
in the oil level window .....................
* Check and drain excess oil
V. ENGINE OVERHEATING
1)
Low engine oil level .........................
2)
Clutch slipping .................................
Check and top-up if necessary
* Check and correct
3)
Cylinder fins not clean .....................
Clean the cylinder fins at regular intervals
VI. EXCESSIVE FUEL CONSUMPTION
1)
Under inflated tyres .........................
Inflate to correct pressure
2)
Choked air filter ...............................
Clean / Replace
3)
Fuel leakage .....................................
..........................................................
*Check and rectify, tank float unit, drain pipe, breather pipe,
fuel line / pump.
* Contact Authorised Dealer / Service Point
Trouble Shooting
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REMEDIES
VII. BRAKES POOR
1)
Brake pad worn / Uneven wear .......
*Replace Brake pads
2)
Oil/grease on disc. ...........................
*Clean and refit
3)
spongy brake ....................................
*fill brake fluid & remove air from the system.
VIII. VEHICLE WOBBLES
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Under inflated tyres .........................
Loose / Broken spokes ....................
W heels misaligned ..........................
W heel rim runout .............................
Tyres not fitted correctly ..................
Inflate to correct pressure
* Tighten / Replace spokes
* Ensure proper alignment
* Rectify
* Refit tyres correctly
IX. ELECTRICALS
Bulbs do not glow
1) Bulb fused ........................................
* Replace bulb
* Contact Authorised Dealer / Service Point
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CAUSES
REMEDIES
2) Fuse blown .......................................
3) Loose / improper connection ...........
Horn not working
1) Fuse blown .......................................
2) Loose connections ...........................
Trafficators not working
1) Loose / improper connections .........
2) Bulb fused ........................................
Brake light remains on
(1) Switch not adjusted properly ..........
(2) Switch sticky ....................................
* Check and Replace fuse.
* Check and correct
Check and correct
Check and correct
Warning
Please get the electrical system of your
Motorcycle checked thoroughly and get the
fau l ts cor rected i mmed i atl y after
experiencing any fuse failure. Not doing
this can result in to repeated fuse failures.
Usage of fuses other than specified rating
will damage the complete electrical system.
Check and correct
Replace
* Adjust connecting links properly
* Replace switch
X. ELECTRONIC FUEL INJECTION (EFI)
Malfunctioning Indicator Lamp (MIL) glowing continuously
(1) Sensor Coupler Loose Connection .
* Check for any EFI sensor coupler loose connection and correct them
(2) Any EFI Sensor Failure ......................
* Check & replace the same
* Contact Authorised Dealer / Service Point
Warranty
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Royal Enfield Motor Cycles are manufactured by following best Quality practices in respect of the material and
workmanship.
Royal Enfield (RE) warrants CONTINENTAL GT EFI Motor Cycle to be free from manufacturing and material defect
under normal use subject to following conditions.
1.
RE will replace or repair defective part / parts at their Authorised Dealer / Service Point, free of charge within a
period of 12 months from the date of sale (date of Installation) or 10,000 kms whichever occurs earlier.
2.
The warranty is applicable only to first registered owner.
3.
The warranty shall be applicable only if all the free services are availed at the respective period / kilometer range
as per the schedule given in the owner’s manual from RE Authorised Dealer / Service Point.
4.
During the warranty period, RE’s obligations shall be limited to repairing / replacing free of charge such part or
parts of the vehicle, which on examination to have manufacturing defect. Such defective part / parts which have
been replaced becomes property of RE.
5.
Cost of oil, oil filter, fuel and other consumables are chargeable to the customer.
6.
Claims on proprietary items like tyres, tubes, spark plug, battery etc. should be taken up with respective
manufacturer or their authorised agents in the area directly by customer. RE shall not be liable in any manner to
replace them though their Dealers will provide assistance in preferring such claims on their manufacturer.
7.
W arranty shall not apply to:
(a) Normal ageing, detoriation or rusting of plated parts paints coat, rubber parts, soft items, glass items, plastic
parts etc.
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(b) Components like fuel filter, oil filter paper element, control cables, brake shoes / brake pads, clutch plates,
drive chain & sprocket kit, which are subjected to normal wear and tear.
(c ) Damages due to use of lubricant / oil / grease etc., other than specified by RE.
(d) Damages due to use of non-genuine parts.
(e) Damages due to lack of proper maintenance of the vehicle.
(f ) Damages due to incorrect driving or riding habits.
(g) Parts damaged due to accidents, collision, abuse etc.
(h) Irregularities not recognized as affecting the quality or function of the vehicle such as slight vibration, oil
leakage, discoloration of exhaust bent pipe / silencer / soft or hard shock absorber etc.
(i)
Defects arising from fitment of unauthorised / additional Electrical loads.
(j)
Vehicle serviced / repaired at unauthorised service points.
(k) Vehicle used for competition / racing.
(l)
Electrical component like bulbs, fuses etc. & Electronic components failure due to repairs by arc welding.
(m) Normal maintenance operations like adjustment of brakes, cleaning fuel system, engine tune up and other
such adjustments
8.
RE reserves the right to finally decide on all warranty claims
9.
RE reserves the right to make changes in Design of the vehicle without any obligation to install these changes on
previously supplied vehicles.
Emission Warranty
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In compliance with the provisions of Rule 115(2) of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989, Royal Enfield certifies that
the following warranty is applicable to those components liable to affect the emission of the gaseous pollutants in its
range of motorcycles, in normal use to which it may be subjected to.
This emission warranty comes into force from 01st July 2001 and is valid for a period of 30,000 Kms. or 36 months,
whichever occurs earlier, from the date of sale to the first customer and is in addition to and parallel to the warranty
policy, conditions and obligations laid down in the Owner’s Manual.
Royal Enfield further warranty that if on examination by its Authorised Dealer / Service Point, the motorcycle fail to
meet the specified emission standards, then the Authorised Dealer / Service Point shall take necessary corrective
measures and shall at its sole discretion, repair or replace free of charge such components of the emission control
system to meet the required emission standards.
The method/s of examination to determine the warranty conditions of the emission warranty related components will
be at the sole discretion of Royal Enfield and / or our Authorised Dealer / Service Point and results of such examination
will be final and binding. If on examination the warranty conditions of the part/s is/are not established, Royal enfield
will have the right to charge all, or part of the cost of such examination to the customer in addition to the cost of the
components.
In case of acceptance of the component/s under Emission warranty, Royal Enfield will replace free of charge, the
component/s as required. However, the consumables like fuel, lubricants, solvents, etc shall be chargeable to the
customer as per actual.
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In case any of the components covered under emission warranty or the associated parts, are not independently
replaceable. Royal Enfield will have the sole discretion to replace either the entire assembly or parts of the assembly,
through suitable repairs.
Royal Enfield reserves the right to carry out necessary consequential repairs to the motorcycle or replace any part,
in addition to the repair or replacement of the components covered under emission warranty, to establish compliance
to in-use emission standards. Such repairs / replacements will be chargeable to the customer.
All parts removed for replacement under warranty will become the property of Royal Enfield.
Royal Enfield will not be responsible for the cost of transportation of the motorcycle to the nearest Authorised Dealer
/ Service Point OR for any loss due to non availability of the motorcycle during the period of examination and repairs
by Royal Enfield and / or their Authorised Dealer / Service Point.
Royal Enfield will not be responsible for any penalties that may be charged by statuatory authorities on account of
failure to comply with the in-use emission standards.
That cost/s incurred to check emission of the motorcycle will have to be borne by the customer.
Emission warranty will be applicable irrespective of the change of ownership of the vehicle provided all the conditions
as laid down in this document are met from the date of original sale of the motorcycle.
THE WARRANTY SHALL APPLY IF THE CUSTOMER
Observes all the important instructions and any other precautions listed in the owner’s manual.
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Under all circumstances uses lubricants and fuel as recommended by Royal Enfield.
Regularly obtains and carries out maintenance in accordance with Royal Enfield guidelines and enters the details
in the Log book.
Immediately approaches the nearest Authorised Dealer / Service Point upon discovery of failure to comply with
the IN-USE emission standard inspite of having maintained and used the vehicle in accordance with the instructions
in the owner’s manual and having carried out such repairs and adjustments as may be required with a view to
establish such compliance.
Produce the ‘Pollution Under Control’ certificate valid for the period immediately preceding the test during which
the failure is discovered, the test having been carried out either for obtaining a new certificate or pursuant upon
being directed by an officer as referred to in sub rule (2) of rule 116 of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules (CMVR).
Produce the Owner’s Manual and Log book for verification details.
Produce receipts covering maintenance of the motorcycle is specified in the owner’s manual from the date of
original purchase of the vehicle.
Produce valid certificate of Insurance and R.T.O. Registration Certificate (RC Book).
THE EMISSION WARRANTY SHALL NOT APPLY IF
A valid “Pollution under control” certificate is not produced.
The motorcycle is not serviced by Authorised Dealer / Service Point as per the service schedule described in the
maintenance chart.
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The motorcycle has been subjected to abnormal use, abuse, neglect and improper maintenance or has met with
an accident.
Replacement parts not specified and approved by Royal Enfield have been used.
The motorcycle, or parts thereof, has been altered, tampered with or modified or replaced in an unauthorised
manner.
The odometer is not functioning or the odometer and / or its reading has been changed / tampered with, so that
the actual distance covered cannot be readily determined.
The motorcycle has been used for competitions, races, and rallies or for the purpose of establishing records.
On examination by Royal Enfield or its Authorised Dealer / Service Point, if the motorcycle shows that any of the
conditions stipulated in the Owner’s manual with regard to use and maintenance have been violated.
The motorcycle has been run on adulterated / leaded fuel or lubricant other than those specified by Royal Enfield
in the Owner’s manual or any other document given to the customer at the time of sale of the motorcycle.
The emission related components are tampered with.
All service and parts related bills and vouchers incurred during the tenure of the emission warranty is not produced.
All maintenance activities carried out on the vehicle during the tenure of the emission warranty is not entered in
the log book.
TIPS TO BE ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF LAW
Always get your vehicle checked to meet the emission regulations through and authorised emission checking centre.
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Always carry a valid ‘Pollution Under Control’ certificate with you at all times during the validity of the emission
warranty (30,000 Kms / 3 years from the date of first sale)
TIPS TO REDUCE POLLUTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
Ensure that the periodical maintenance is carried out as stipulated in the owner’s manual through a Royal Enfield
Authorised Dealer / Service Point.
Use only Unleaded petrol (> 91 octane) from reputed fuel pumps.
Ensure the fuel used is not adulterated.
Use correct spark plug as recommended in the owner’s manual.
5.
Use lubricants as per recommendations given on grade / brand in the owner’s manual.
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It is our endeavour to provide excellent service to your Royal Enfield Motor Cycle at all times. Towards this we provide
four free services at specific Intervals.
Please avail these services at the specified time, in any of the Royal Enfield Authorised Dealer / Service Point nearest
to you and as a token of satisfactory service, kindly return the free service coupon duly filled in and signed, to the
service outlet.
Availing the free services in the specified time is a prerequisite to warranty consideration.
The cost of fuel, oil, oil filter element, grease etc. used for free service is chargeable to the customer.
1st Free Service
1ST
FREE
SERVICE
500 Kms
or
45+8 days
whichever is
earlier from the
date of sale
Enter the Details
in Free Service
Record
(Cost of oil,
oil filter element
and other
consumables
used are
chargeable to
the customer)
500 KMS OR 45+8 DAYS WHICHEVER IS EARLIER FROM DATE OF SALE
Customer Name :
Dealer Code :
Address :
Frame No:
Regn. No:
Engine No:
Sale Date:
Vehicle Installation Form No.
Serviced Date:
ODO Reading :
Serviced by
(Dealer’s/ASP Name & Address)
Sold by (Dealer’s Name & Address)
Received the above vehicle after the service having been done to my entire satisfaction.
Customer’s Signature : .................................
Contact Phone / Mobile No.:
Date :
87
1st Free Service Activities
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Water wash the vehicle and dry it with a clean
Electrolyte ........................................................
Battery terminals .............................................
Drive chain free play........................................
Rear brake pedal pivot .....................................
Front & Rear disc brakes ................................
Wheel rim Front & Rear ...................................
Front fork oil .....................................................
Air filter element ...............................................
Spark plug (M14) ..............................................
H.T. Lead ..........................................................
Fuel pump ........................................................
Fuel hose .........................................................
Rubber hose, Air filter to throttle body..............
Accelerator cable ............................................
Clutch cable .....................................................
Engine oil sump strainer ...................................
Engine oil ..........................................................
Engine oil filter paper element ..........................
Hand levers & kick starter pivot........................
cloth
Check level & top-up
Clean and apply petroleum jelly
Check, clean, lubricate & adjust
Lubricate
Check & top up brake fluid level
Check spokes tightness
Inspect for leakage
Clean
Check, clean & adjust gap
Inspect for cracks
Check mounting screws
Inspect for cracks
Inspect for cracks
Adjust play
Adjust play
Clean
Replace
Replace
Lubricate
88
CUSTOMER COPY
Job Card No:
Date :
Odo Reading :
Name of Dealer/
ASP with Code:
..........................
..........................
ASP / Dealer’s
Stamp & Signature
2nd Free Service
2ND
FREE
SERVICE
3000 Kms
or
90+15 days
whichever is
earlier from the
date of sale
Enter the Details
in Free Service
Record
(Cost of oil,
oil filter element
and other
consumables
used are
chargeable to
the customer)
3000 KMS OR 90+15 DAYS WHICHEVER IS EARLIER FROM DATE OF SALE
Customer Name :
Dealer Code :
Address :
Frame No:
Regn. No:
Engine No:
Sale Date:
Vehicle Installation Form No.
Serviced Date:
ODO Reading :
Serviced by
(Dealer’s/ASP Name & Address)
Sold by (Dealer’s Name & Address)
Received the above vehicle after the service having been done to my entire satisfaction.
Customer’s Signature : .................................
Contact Phone / Mobile No.:
Date :
89
2nd Free Service Activities
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Water wash the vehicle and dry it with a clean
Electrolyte ........................................................
Battery terminals ..............................................
Drive chain free play........................................
Rear brake pedal pivot .....................................
Front & Rear disc brakes ................................
Wheel rim Front & Rear ...................................
Front fork oil .....................................................
Air filter element ...............................................
Spark plug (M14) .............................................
H.T. Lead ..........................................................
Fuel pump ........................................................
Fuel hose .........................................................
Rubber hose, Air filter to throttle body..............
Accelerator cable ............................................
Clutch cable .....................................................
Engine oil ..........................................................
Hand levers & kick starter pivot........................
Steering free play ............................................
Oil filter element, oil strainer & magnetic drain plugs..
cloth
Check level & top-up
Clean and apply petroleum jelly
Check, clean, lubricate & adjust
Lubricate
Check & top up brake fluid level
Check spokes tightness
Inspect for leakage
Clean
Check, clean & adjust gap
Inspect for cracks
Check mounting screws
Inspect for cracks
Inspect for cracks
Adjust play
Adjust play
Check level & top up
Lubricate
Check & Adjust
Clean
90
CUSTOMER COPY
Job Card No:
Date :
Odo Reading :
Name of Dealer/
ASP with Code:
..........................
..........................
ASP / Dealer’s
Stamp & Signature
3rd Free Service
3RD
FREE
SERVICE
6000 Kms
or
180+15 days
whichever is
earlier from the
date of sale
Enter the Details
in Free Service
Record
(Cost of oil,
oil filter element
and other
consumables
used are
chargeable to
the customer)
6000 KMS OR 180+15 DAYS WHICHEVER IS EARLIER FROM DATE OF SALE
Customer Name :
Dealer Code :
Address :
Frame No:
Regn. No:
Engine No:
Sale Date:
Vehicle Installation Form No.
Serviced Date:
ODO Reading :
Serviced by
(Dealer’s/ASP Name & Address)
Sold by (Dealer’s Name & Address)
Received the above vehicle after the service having been done to my entire satisfaction.
Customer’s Signature : .................................
Contact Phone / Mobile No.:
Date :
91
3rd Free Service Activities
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
Water wash the vehicle and dry it with a clean
Electrolyte ......................................................
Battery terminals .............................................
Drive chain free play .......................................
Rear brake pedal pivot ....................................
Front & Rear disc brakes ................................
Wheel rims front & rear....................................
Tyre front & rear ............................................
Air filter element ..............................................
Spark plug (M14) ..............................................
H.T. Lead .........................................................
Fuel pump ........................................................
Fuel hose .........................................................
Rubber hose, Air filter to throttle body .............
Accelerator cable ............................................
Clutch cable ....................................................
Engine oil sump strainer ..................................
Engine oil .........................................................
Engine oil filter paper element ..........................
Hand levers & kick starter pivot .......................
PAV System ...................................................
Steering system ...............................................
cloth
Check level & top-up
Clean and apply petroleum jelly
Check, clean, lubricate & adjust
Lubricate
Check & top up brake fluid level
Check spokes tightness
Check wear and tread depth
Clean
Check, clean & adjust gap
Inspect for cracks
Check
Inspect for cracks
Inspect for cracks
Check & adjust play
Adjust play
Clean
Replace
Replace
Lubricate
Check & Clean
Check, Lub. steering balls & Adj. play
92
CUSTOMER COPY
Job Card No:
Date :
Odo Reading :
Name of Dealer/
ASP with Code:
..........................
..........................
ASP / Dealer’s
Stamp & Signature
4th Free Service
4TH
FREE
SERVICE
9000 Kms
or
270+15 days
whichever is
earlier from the
date of sale
Enter the Details
in Free Service
Record
(Cost of oil,
oil filter element
and other
consumables
used are
chargeable to
the customer)
9000 KMS OR 270+15 DAYS WHICHEVER IS EARLIER FROM DATE OF SALE
Customer Name :
Dealer Code :
Address :
Frame No:
Regn. No:
Engine No:
Sale Date:
Vehicle Installation Form No.
Serviced Date:
ODO Reading :
Serviced by
(Dealer’s/ASP Name & Address)
Sold by (Dealer’s Name & Address)
Received the above vehicle after the service having been done to my entire satisfaction.
Customer’s Signature : .................................
Contact Phone / Mobile No.:
Date :
93
4th Free Service Activities
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Water wash the vehicle and dry it with a clean
Electrolyte .......................................................
Battery terminals ............................................
Drive chain free play .......................................
Rear brake pedal pivot ....................................
Front & Rear disc brakes ................................
Wheel rims front & rear....................................
Front fork oil .....................................................
Air filter element .............................................
Spark plug (M14) .............................................
H.T. Lead .........................................................
Fuel pump ........................................................
Fuel hose .........................................................
Rubber hose, Air filter to throttle body .............
Accelerator cable ............................................
Clutch cable ....................................................
Engine oil .......................................................
Hand levers & kick starter pivot .......................
Steering free play ............................................
Tyres ................................................................
cloth
Check level & top-up
Clean and apply petroleum jelly
Check, clean, lubricate & adjust
Lubricate
Check & top up brake fluid level
Check spokes tightness
Replace oil
Clean
Check, clean & adjust gap
Inspect for cracks
Check
Inspect for cracks
Inspect for cracks
Check & adjust play
Adjust play
Check & top-up
Lubricate
Check & Adjust
Check wear and tread depth
94
CUSTOMER COPY
Job Card No:
Date :
Odo Reading :
Name of Dealer/
ASP with Code:
..........................
..........................
ASP / Dealer’s
Stamp & Signature
Paid Service/ Maintenance Record
CUSTOMER COPY
DEALER / ASP COPY
12,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
95
Date : .........................
12,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
CUSTOMER COPY
DEALER / ASP COPY
15,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
15,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Paid Service/ Maintenance Record
DEALER / ASP COPY
12,000 + 250 Kms. Service
96
CUSTOMER COPY
12,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
DEALER / ASP COPY
15,000 + 250 Kms. Service
CUSTOMER COPY
15,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Paid Service/ Maintenance Record
CUSTOMER COPY
DEALER / ASP COPY
18,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
97
Date : .........................
18,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
CUSTOMER COPY
DEALER / ASP COPY
21,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
21,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Paid Service/ Maintenance Record
DEALER / ASP COPY
18,000 + 250 Kms. Service
98
CUSTOMER COPY
18,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
DEALER / ASP COPY
21,000 + 250 Kms. Service
CUSTOMER COPY
21,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Paid Service/ Maintenance Record
CUSTOMER COPY
DEALER / ASP COPY
24,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
99
Date : .........................
24,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
CUSTOMER COPY
DEALER / ASP COPY
27,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
27,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Paid Service/ Maintenance Record
DEALER / ASP COPY
24,000 + 250 Kms. Service
100
CUSTOMER COPY
24,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
DEALER / ASP COPY
27,000 + 250 Kms. Service
CUSTOMER COPY
27,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Paid Service/ Maintenance Record
CUSTOMER COPY
DEALER / ASP COPY
30,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
101
Date : .........................
30,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
CUSTOMER COPY
DEALER / ASP COPY
33,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
33,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : ................. Dealer Code : .............
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Paid Service/ Maintenance Record
DEALER / ASP COPY
30,000 + 250 Kms. Service
102
CUSTOMER COPY
30,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
DEALER / ASP COPY
33,000 + 250 Kms. Service
CUSTOMER COPY
33,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief W ork Done :
Brief W ork Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
All India Road Signs
MANDATORY SIGNS
INFORMATION SIGNS
103
CAUTIONARY SIGNS
Log Book
Sl.
No.
Date
Kms.
104
Details
Idling
CO%
Authorised Dealer / Service Point
Stamp &
Job Card No.
Signature
Log Book
Sl.
No.
Date
Kms.
105
Details
Idling
CO%
Authorised Dealer / Service Point
Stamp &
Job Card No.
Signature
Log Book
Sl.
No.
Date
Kms.
106
Details
Idling
CO%
Authorised Dealer / Service Point
Stamp &
Job Card No.
Signature
Log Book
Sl.
No.
Date
Kms.
107
Details
Idling
CO%
Authorised Dealer / Service Point
Stamp &
Job Card No.
Signature
Notes
108
Notes
109
Notes
110
Notes
111
Notes
112
Telephone Residence
Bike Regn. No.
Telephone Office
Invoice No.
E
Delivery Note / Advice No.
Sales Representative
or
Have you visited Royal Enfield website?
Yes
No
PRE DELIVERY INSPECTION LIST - CONTINENTAL GT
Model :
Engine No :
Dealer's Name :
Location :
Colour :
Key Number :
Battery Make :
Battery Number
Aggregate
Tyre Number
Area
Defect Code
Measure
CHASSIS / ENGINE NUMBER
1 Engine / Vehicle Number Details
DF
CONNECT BATTERY / Check
Voltage
2 Battery Charging & Vent pipe connection
D / NC / Weak Cell 12.6 V BATTERY
ENGINE OIL
3
Replace oil & oil filter / Check Oil level (Loose three EO - (Drained Oil
Drain Bolts)
Level)
4 Clean Oil Strainer
Clean
H / LF / NW
Same
6 Fill Petrol
-
3 Litres
7 Fuel Leak
L
No Leak (Tank, Pump, hose )
8 Fuel Tank Alignment
M
Straight
9 Tank Monogram LHS & RHS alignment check up
M
10 Caliper Mtg BOLT
LF
2.7 to 3 Kgm
11 Fr.Wheel Rotation
W / T / LF / N
Free (Check Spokes
Looseness & Runout
12 Front Mudguard Alignment
M / RB
Straight
13 Front Wheel Nut
LF
7.0 to 7.7 Kgm
14 Front Tyre Condition ( Check Tyre Line Seating)
WF
Good
15 Front Tyre Pressure
LESS
22PSI
16 Front Brake Light
NW / F
5
PETROL
FRONT WHEEL
2.5 Litres (Capacity is 2.75
Litres) -Loose three Drain Bolts
to Drain Oil
-
LOCK OPERATION
FUEL TANK
Same
Ignition Cum steering/ Side cover Lock / Cap Fuel
Tank Lock
17 Speedo sensor cable coupler connection & function WF / NW
18 Clutch Operation
H/N
Smooth
19 Clutch Lever Free Play
EP / V / T
2 - 3 mm
20 Accelerator Operation
T / SY
Smooth
21 Lever Brackets Tightness
LF
Tight
LF
Tight
T
Free
CLUTCH
HANDLE BAR CONTROLS & 22 Switch Modules Tightness
ELECTRICAL SWITCH
23 Steering Movement
OPERATIONS
ELECTRICALS
24 Clip on Handle Bar fasteners
LF
25 DOME Lock Nut T- Stem
LF
4.5 to 5.5 Kgm
26 Brake / Tail Light
NW /F
No Defects
27 Electrical Switch Operation
NW / F
No Defects
28 Head lamp Low & High beam light
NW / F
No Defects
29 Parking light
NW / F
No Defects
30 Front / Rear brakes switch operation
NW / F
No Defects
31 Initial (ZPD) operation
NW / F
No Defects
32 Neutral Lamp
NW / F
No Defects
33 Speedo / odo working
NW /F
No Defects
34 Battery indication
NW /F
No Defects
35 Trip A Check up
NW /F
No Defects
36 Trip B Check up
NW /F
No Defects
37 Cluster Illumination check
NW /F
No Defects
38 High beam tell tale
NW /F
No Defects
39 Trafficator tell tale
NW /F
No Defects
40 Fuel level Indication
NW /F
No Defects
41 Seat Alignment
M
42 Seat Lock Cable
H / NW / LF
43 Seat Catcher Mounting Bolt
LF
44 Seat Cover
Fit and finish
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
SEAT ASSY
Lock Number:
Front
Defect
#1
Rear :
Defect
#2
Defect
#3
Remarks
45 Rr. Brake Pedal Free Play
46
REAR WHEEL
T / EP
Brake Fluid maximum level check up in the rear
Master Cylinder
10-15mm
Low
47 Routings of brake hose, twist or routing of hose.
WF
48 Drive Chain Tension / slackness
T / EP
20 -25 mm
49 Rear Wheel Rotation
W / T / LF / N
Free (Check Spokes
Looseness & Runout
50 Rear Sprocket Mounting Screws
LF
51 Chain Guard Position
M /WF
52 Rear Mudguard Alignment
M
Straight
53 Rear Tyre Pressure
LESS
32PSI
54 Rear Tyre Condition (Check Tyre Line Seating)
WF
Good
55 RR Shock Absorber Operation / Adjustment
H / N / AD
Smooth
56 Swing Arm Bolts Fitment
LF
57 Rider Foot Rest Foldable Function LH / RH
H / NW
58 Presence of Foot Rest Peg / circlip
Missing
59 Mudguards - Paint Related
SC / PD / R / DN
No Defects
60 Fuel Tank - Paint Related
SC / PD / R / DN
No Defects
61 side panel - Paint Related
SC / PD / R / DN
No Defects
SWING ARM / FOOT REST
AESTHETICS
62 Powder Coated Parts (Scratch/ Rust / Chipped OFF) SC / PD / R
No Defects
63 Plated Parts (Scratch/ Rusty)
SC / R / PO
No Defects
64 Indicators Alignment
M
No Defect
65 Nuts, bolts,fasteners (Torque)
LF
Tight (RH,LH Cover / Engine
Foundation / Accessories/
Wheel Nut)
66 Owner's Manual & Tool Kit Content
-
-
67 Spare fuse in fuse carrier
NA
-
68 Starting (Kick Start / Self Start)
ST / N
Easy Start
69 Front / Rear Brakes Effectiveness/ Feel
AD / SG
Sharp
70 One side pulling
P
Straight
71 ExcessiveVibration
V
72 Wobbling
W
No Defects
73 Fork / Chain Noise
N
No Defects
74 Engine Performance / Gear Shifting
N / ST / J / H
Smooth
75 Silencer Heat shield / Exhaust pipe guard
LF / V / SC / DN /
R / PO
No Defects
76 Any Rattling / Squeaking Noise
N
Nil (Silencer / Accessories /
Body Parts / Suspension)
77 Easy Start (Hot condition)
ST / NW
78 Leak
L
No Leak (Oil/ Fuel/ Hydraulic/
Acid leakage)
79 Smoke
SK / EO
No Smoke
80 Cam Noise / Top End Noise
N
OTHERS
TEST RIDE
STATIC CHECK (AFTER
TEST RIDE)
Any OTHER
Note **
Please inform plant in case of any engine dismantling during the PDI stage
INSTRUCTIONS
1. Check the vehicle thoroughly for any transit damages or
shortage of parts.
4. Please ensure delivery of the vehicle in brand new condition.
2. Carry out all jobs listed under Pre-delivery Inspection Schedule.
6. Claim Parts replaced for Manufacturing defects only under
warranty.
5. Claim transit loss and damage through ‘TRANSIT’ insurance only.
3. Thoroughly road - test the vehicle for performance.
Misalignment
Noise
Vibration
Leak
Starting
Trouble/Missing
Less
Wobbling
Loose
Fitment
Discharing
Tight
Fused
Scratch
Pulling
Dent
Wrong
Fitment
Hard
Jerking
M
N
V
L
ST
LESS
W
LF
D
T
F
SC
P
DN
WF
H
J
Excess Play
Different
Spongy
Sticky
Not
Available
Smoke
Adjustment
Not
Working
Paint Defect
Rust
Peel Off
Dull
Excessive Oil
Rubbing
Not Charging
EP
DF
SG
SY
NA
SK
AD
NW
PD
R
PO
DU
EO
RB
Format No : F/14A/CS/02, Oct. 2013
NC
DLR / CS COPY
BIKE INSTALLATION CONFIRMATION BY CUSTOMER
We congratulate you on becoming a proud owner of Royal Enfield bike. We request
you to give this feedback after completion of the delivery process.
YES
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Bike Documents explained (Invoice, Insurance, RC / Road Tax Receipt)
Owner’s Manual received
Recommended Lubricants explained
Maintenance Schedule sheet in Owner’s Manual shown and explained
Next Free Service due explained
All Free / Paid Services explained
Warranty Guidelines explained
“Running in period” details shown in the manual explained
Service Station Address given and Location explained
Service Incharge Name & Mobile No given
Bike delivered in neat and clean condition
Tool Kit & First Aid Kit received and explained
NO
YES
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
NO
Control Switches & Disc Brake System usage explained
Fuse Box location shown and explained
Recommended Tyre Pressure explained
Bike starting & Gear shifting procedure explained
Quantity of Fuel in Fuel Tank informed
Bike orientation & short distance drive provided
Date and Time of Installation
Name of Person who did Installation
Suggestions If Any:
CUSTOMER
SIGNATURE
Model:
Registration No.:
Chassis No.:
We thank you and request you to return this filled up form to the person who
did the bike installation for you
KEEP RIDINGP
FORM 22
[See Rules 47(g), 115, 124 (2), 126A and 127 (1), 127 (2)]
INITIAL CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE WITH POLLUTION STANDARDS, SAFETY
STANDARDS OF COMPONENTS AND ROAD WORTHINESS
Certified that the following vehicle complies with the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, and the
rules made there under, including the following mass emission norms:
Continental GT
Brand name of the vehicle
:-
Chassis number
:-
Engine number/motor number
(in case of battery operated vehicles)
:-
Sub-rule No. of rule
:-
115(2)(i), 115(14)(F)
Emission norms
[Bharat Stage-I/II/III/Bharat (Trem) Stage-III etc.]
:-
Bharat Stage III
Date :
For ROYAL ENFIELD
Quality Assurance