Enfield Bullet Specifications

RELOADED
Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime. Reengineered. Redesigned. Revitalized.
The all-new Bullet Electra 350 UCE features a modern Unit Construction engine with 5 gears on
the left. Easier to ride, more torque and no maintenance trouble. It’s the Bullet Reloaded.
This manual is designed to give you complete control over your motorcycle. It contains important
information on efficient operation and maintenance. We’ve also included tips on riding safely, as
well as suggestions to enhance your motorcycling experience.
Your safety is of prime concern to us and we urge you to be a responsible rider. Please select
your riding gear carefully in accordance with your terrain, style and weather conditions. And ensure
the same for your pillion rider as well. Respect the law of the land and ride safe.
Finally, we welcome you to the Royal Enfield community. You can locate your nearest club or sign
up for the next big ride at www.royalenfield.com
The legend rides on.
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NOTICE
All information in this manual is based on the latest product information available at the time of
publication. Due to continues 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 specification 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
of Royal Enfield.
Part No. 592579/B / Qty. 1000 / Apr. ‘14
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CONTENTS
Personal and vehicle information .................... 4
Washing procedure ........................................... 46
Free service record ............................................. 5
Storage precautions ......................................... 47
Specifications ....................................................... 6
Long trip precautions ...................................... 49
Safety Definitions ............................................... 9
Caring for Mileage ........................................... 50
Safe and happy riding ...................................... 10
Complete Wiring diagram ............................... 53
Vehicle identification numbers ...................... 11
Trouble shooting .............................................. 54
Location of key parts ....................................... 12
Warranty terms & conditions ......................... 61
Operation of controls ....................................... 15
Emission Warranty .......................................... 63
Pre-Operational Checks ................................... 21
All India Road Signs ........................................ 67
Running in Period ............................................ 22
Starting .............................................................. 23
Gear Shifting, Riding & Stopping ................. 25
Parking ............................................................... 26
Tools & First Aid kit ........................................ 27
Log Book ............................................................ 68
Free Service coupons ........................................ 70
Paid Service & Maintenance Record .............. 79
Notes........................................................87
Annexures
Vehicle Installation Form
Periodical maintenance chart ......................... 28
Pre-Delivery Inspection Report
Recommended lubricants ................................. 31
Do it yourself ..................................................... 32
Bike Installation Confirmation By Customer
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Form 22
PERSONAL & VEHICLE
INF ORMAT ION
Name
Door No./Street
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.
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FREE
SE RV ICE
RECORD
It is our endeavour to provide excellent service to your Bullet Electra 350 UCE 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 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, oil filter element, 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
Servic ing
Dealer’s Name
A ddr e ss
Note : Please ensure that the free service details are recorded in this sheet immediately after the
service is carried out.
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SPECIFICATIONS
ENGINE AND ENGINE SYSTEMS
Carburetor ......................
UCAL, BS29
Engine Type ....................
..........................................
..........................................
..........................................
Single Cylinder
4 Stroke, OHV,
Dual Spark Ignition
air cooled
Engine oil grade ............
..........................................
..........................................
Royal Enfield
15 W 50 API SL
Engine Oil (JASOMA)
Bore ..................................
70mm
Cooling ............................
Natural air flow
Stroke ..............................
90mm
Swept volume ..................
346cc
Compression ratio ..........
8.5:1
Max. Power BHP @ RPM
19.8@5250
Max. Torque in NM@ RPM
28@4000
Idle RPM ..........................
1050+200
Starting ...........................
Kick Start/E-Start
Air filter element ...........
Paper element
Lubrication .....................
..........................................
Wet sump, Forced
lubrication
Engine oil capacity ........
2.75 Litres
TRANSMISSION
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Clutch ..............................
Wet multiplate
Primary drive .................
Duplex chain drive
Primary ratio ..................
2.15 : 1
Gear box ..........................
..........................................
Constant Mesh
5 Speed
Gear Ratio .......................
1 st
3.06:1
..........................................
2nd
2.01:1
..........................................
3rd
1.52:1
..........................................
4
1.21:1
..........................................
5th
1:1
th
SPECIFICATIONS
Final drive .......................
15 Teeth (Sprocket)
Brake oil Capacity .........
60 ml
Final Ratio ......................
2.533:1
Brake oil grade ..............
DOT 3 or DOT 4
Tyre size :
Front ......
3.25×19 4/6 PR
Rear ........
3.25×19 4/6 PR
CHASSIS
Frame ...............................
Tubular
Suspension :Front ..........
..........................................
..........................................
Telescopic, hydraulic
damping,
Stroke 130 mm
Rear ............
..........................................
..........................................
S w in g ar m wit h
gas shock absorbers
stroke 80mm
Fr. Fork oil capacity .....
195 ml per leg
Front fork oil .................
1F (Endurance fork oil)
Front Brake : Disc Brake .
..........................................
H y d ra u lic 28 0 m m
ventilated disc.
Rear ............
..........................................
..........................................
Foot operated 153 mm
single lead, internal
expanding
TYRE PRESSURE
Solo
Front ........
Rear .........
20 psi/1.41 kg/cm2
30 psi/2.11 kg/cm2
With Pillion
Front ........
Rear .........
22 psi/1.55 kg/cm2
32 psi/2.20 kg/cm2
Steering lock ...................
In built
Fuel tank capacity .........
13.5 Litres ***
Reserve ............................
2 Litres approx.
ELECTRICALS
Generation .......................
Alternator
System :
12V-DC (III Phase)
12V-AC/DC (I Phase)
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E-Start ...........
Kick Start .....
SPECIFICATIONS
Ignition ............................
..........................................
Digital Dual Spark
Ignition, TCI System
Battery :
12V-14 AH MF (III Phase)
12V-5 AH (I Phase)
E-Start ..........
Kick Start ....
Head lamp MFR .............
12V, 35/35W
Tail lamp .........................
12V, 5W
Brake lamp ......................
12V, 21W
Parking lamp ..................
12V, 2W (2 Nos.)
Speedometer lamp ..........
12V, 3.4W
Hi beam indicator ..........
12V, 2W
Turn Signal Tell Tale ....
12V, 2W
Turn signal .....................
12V, 10W
Horn .................................
12V, 2.5 Amp(Max.)
Starter Motor (for E-Start)
12V, 0.7KW
WEIGHTS
Kerb weight (90% fuel & Oil)
E-Start ..........
187 Kgs
Kick Start ....
183 Kgs
Max pay load ..................
163 Kgs.
DIMENSIONS
Length .............................
Width ................................
Height ..............................
Wheel base ......................
Ground clearance ...........
Saddle height ..................
WARNING
Using bul bs / other elect rical 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.
***Fuel tank is not a measuring instrument. The capacity of
tank may vary slightly from specified value.


2140 mm
810 mm
1120 mm
1370 mm
140 mm
800mm
Values / Dimensions given above are for your guidance only.
In view of continuous improvements being done on our products, the specifications are
likely to change without prior notice.
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SAFETY
DEFINITIONS
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
may result in injury to yourself or others and damages to the motorcycle.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Disregarding this message may result in injury to
rider or other persons.
CAUTION :
This message if disregarded may result in damage to the vehicle.
NOTE :
Indicates important and useful messages for clearer understanding.
All Images shown are for reference to explain and need not to be exactly the same on the model
you own. Technical specification are subject to change without prior notice.
NOTE: BS III
This vehicle meets Emission Norms Bharat (Trem) Stage - III
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SAFE AND
HAPPY RIDING
RIDING DRESS
 Keep your elbows close to your body.
 A proper riding apparel
 Keep your toes in straight ahead direction.
NOTE :
 Slightly press the petrol tank with the knees.
 A lig h t c o lou r e d s h i rt e n ab le s g r e at e r
visibility to other road users specially during
nights.
 Hold the handle grip close to its inner end.
 Look extensively, including rear view mirror,
without turning the head.
CAUTION :
 Loose clothing may get caught on moving
parts of your motor-cycle.
BRAKING
 A pair of riding boots or shoes.
 Use both, front and rear brakes together for
maximum braking efficiency.
 Soft leather gloves.
 Goggles or spectacles to safe guard eyes.
 An ISI certified helmet. Affix light reflecting
strips of stickers at the front and rear.
WARNING
Applying any one of the brakes suddenly may
cause the vehicle to skid.
SITTING POSTURE
Correct sitting posture is a pre-requisite for
stable and safe riding :
 While riding on wet or bad road conditions
use brakes cautiously.
 Sit Straight with your shoulders completely
relaxed.
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VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBE RS
FRAME NUMBER
ENGINE NUMBER
Punched on steering head tube RH side.
Punched on top of the engine LH side.
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LOCATION OF
K E Y PART S
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
8
11
12
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Rear Trafficator RH
Tool box
Air filter box
Carburetor
Pilot Lamp RH
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
10
9
Head Light
Front Number Plate
Front Trafficator RH
Steering lock
Brake Pedal
12
11. Kick Start Lever
12. Shock Absorber (Gas filled)
LOCATION OF
K E Y PART S
LEFT SIDE VIEW
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5
6
7
2
1
8
9
13
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Front Trafficator LH
Pilot Lamp LH
Fuel Tank
Fuel Tap
Battery Box Cover
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
12
11
10
Seat
Tail Lamp
Rear Trafficator LH
Number Plate Rear
Side Stand
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11. Center Stand
12. Gear Shift Lever
13. Horn
LOCATION OF
K E Y PART S
TOP VIEW
5
4
6
7
8
9
3
2
10
1
11
12
1.
Horn Button
5.
Ignition Switch
9.
2.
Turn Signal Switch
6.
Speedo Meter
10. Pilot & Head Lamp Switch
3.
Cluth Lever LH
7.
Ammeter
11. E-Start Switch
4.
Head Lamp Dip Switch
8.
Engine Kill Switch
12. Petrol Tank Cap
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Brake Lever RH
OPERATION OF
CONTROLS
IGNITION SWITCH
FUEL TANK CAP
Turn Key
Clockwise to
open
OFF
Turn Key Anti
Clock wise to
close.
ON
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OPERATION
CONTROLS
OF
SIDE BOX
STEERING LOCK
Turn anti clockwise
to open
Turn Clockwise to
lock
BATTERY BOX
Turn Anticlockwise
to Unlock
Turn anti clockwise
to open
NOTE :
 Key is common for ignition, petrol tank cap,
steering lock, and tool boxes.
 Key for fuel tank and tool boxes can be
r e mo v e d f r om th e lo ck o n ly i n lo ck e d
position.
NOTE :
 Tu rn ha nd le ba r t o e xtrem e lef t, be fo re
attempting to lock steering.
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OPERATION OF
CONTROLS
HORN
HEAD LIGHT
SWITCH
Press
OFF
Pilot ON
ELECTRIC START SWITCH
E-START BUTTON
Press fully to start
NOTE :
Head lamp ON
 Press E-Start
Button fully till
engine develops
cranking speed.
 Not to make half
hearted attempt.
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OPERATION
CONTROLS
OF
ENGINE STOP SWITCH
DIMMER SWITCH
ON
High beam
Low beam
OFF
Day flash
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OPERATION OF
CONTROLS
TURN SIGNAL
SWITCH
CHOKE
ON
Left turn signal ON
Pull Out
OFF (Push to off)
OFF
Press
Right turn signal ON
CAUTION :

Choke should be used only to start a cold
engine. Riding the motorcycle with the choke
‘ON’ will increase pollution and result in high
fuel consumption and loss of power.
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OPERATION
CONTROLS
OF
FUEL TAP
CHECK FOR :
OFF
1. Petrol level in the tank and leakage if any.
2. Operate and free play of front and rear
brakes.
Front Brake
Main ON
Rear Brake
Reserve ON
Brake Pedal
3. Free play and smoothness of all operating
cables.
4. Free movement of steering
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PRE
5. Battery electrolyte level.
6. Any cuts, cracks in the tyre and correct tyre
pressure.
OPERATIONAL
CHECKS
9. Lub oil level should be in between “MAX “ &
“MIN” Level. Top up if necessary. Do not overfill
above maximum level.
7. Operation of all electrical parts.
8. Brake fluid is above the ‘min’ level in the master
cylinder.
MAX
MIN
MIN
NOTE :
Start engine, run for 2 minutes before checking
oil level
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RUNNING
IN PERIOD
The Bullet Electra 350 UCE, as you would be
experiencing, is capable of consistent high speeds.
However as with any new motorcycle, a “runningin” is essential during the first 2000 kms to achieve
optimum performance subsquently.
2. Do not exceed maximum pay load as specified.
3. Warm up the engine for a few minutes to allow
oil for all engine parts before riding the bike.
4. Do not ride in constant throttle for long
distances. Vary the speed by 10%.
The following tips will help in proper bedding of a
new motorcycle.
5. Avoid sudden revving and racing starts.
1. During the first 2000 Kms of run, do not exceed
the following speed limits.
Vehicle
Speed
Gear
First 500 kms
501 - 2000 kms
1
15 KMPH
20 KMPH
2
25 KMPH
30 KMPH
3
30 KMPH
40 KMPH
4
45 KMPH
55 KMPH
5
60 KMPH
70 KMPH
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STARTING
USING KICK START


NOTE :
Turn fuel tap to
‘ON’



Use choke if required
(E.g.. When starting
a c old e ngine in
winter season).
Neutral position is indicated by neutral light
on the cockpit.
To shift into neutral, move the motorcycle
back and forth gently, while shifting the gear.
CAUTION :
1. Attempting to shift gears without moving the
motorcycle back and forth, may damage gears.
2. Slightly crank engine further till compression
eases over.
Pull Out


Ensure gear is in neutral position.
Switch on ignition.

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Start the motorcycle with a
p o w e r f u l
swinging kick.
Release the
choke, if
applied.
STARTING
USING ELECTRIC START
 Press Starter button and release starter switch
once the engine starts.
 Press the clutch lever and press starter button
 A Clutch switch is provided in the system for
and release once the engine starts.
the safety of the rider. When the vehicle is in
gear, the vehicle cannot be started - To start
in gear operate the clutch lever, press Starter
button and release starter switch once the
engine starts.
GEAR SHIFTING, RIDING & STOPPING
 Warm up engine for 2 minutes - till idling is
consistent.
 Operate clutch lever.
 Press gear pedal with toe to engage 1st gear.
NOTE :
 Gently open throttle
If the engine does not start, wait for 30 seconds
before pressing the starter button again.
and release clutch
simultaneously. If
clutch is released
suddenly, the engine
may stall and cause
the motor cycle to
move with a jerk.
CAUTION :
 Please ensure that the gears are in neutral
before starting the motorcycle.
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GEAR SHIFTING,
RIDING & STOPPING
 To shift to 2 nd and
 Turn the
higher gears, close
throttle, operate the
clutc h le ve r and
press the gear pedal
with heel.
ignition
switch to
‘OFF’
position.
NOTE :
Ge ar shift pe dal is on the left side of the
motorcycle.
To s top th e ve hicle,
close throttle, apply
front brake with right
hand and rear brakes
with
r ight
leg
simultaneously. Shift
gears int o ne utral
before the motorcycle
just c om es to a
complete stop.
 Turn fuel
tap ‘OFF’
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PARK ING
PARKING VEHICLE ON CENTER STAND
PARKING VEHICLE ON SIDE STAND

Select a firm, flat surface.


Hold handle bar straight.



Lower center stand, such that, both the legs
of the stand are resting on firm ground.
Select a firm, flat surface.
Extend side stand. Tilt the motorcycle to
the left, till it is supported firmly.
Apply pressure on the fulcrum lever on the
center stand and pull vehicle backward.
WARNING
Ensure both the stands are retracted fully before
riding the motorcycle.
Please exercise extreme care while parking and
ensure it is parked firmly to avoid the motorcycle
from falling over and causing injury to you or to
others and damage to the motorcycle parts.
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FIRST
1
2
3
4
5
6
TOOLS &
AID KIT
5
4
7
1
2
S.No. Description
1. Tool bag
Qty.
1
2. Screw driver O6 X 160
1
3. Tommy bar
1
4. Tubular spanner
1
5. Tool- Spark plug
1
6. Double end spanner 10 X 12
2
6
3
S.No. Description
1. Antiseptic cream 5 gms
27
Qty.
1
2. Wash proof plaster 1.9 cm x 7.2 cm
2
3. Gauze bandage 5 cm x 2 cm
1
4. Sterilized Gauze Swab 5 cm x 5 cm
2
5. Sterilized elastic plaster 7 cm x 6 cm
1
6. Elastic Gauze bandage 8 cm x 1 mtr.
1
7. First aid kit pouch
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PERIODICAL
MAINTENANCE
The maintenance schedule detailed here will help you maintain your Bullet Electra 350 UCE meticulously
and to get a long trouble free service. The schedule provided herein is based upon average riding
conditions and indicates the Kms at which regular inspections, adjustments, replacements and
lubrications are to be carried out. The frequency of the maintenance must be shortened depending
upon the severity of the driving condition or if the motorcycle is used in a very dusty environment.
Contact the nearest Royal Enfield Authorised Dealer / Service Point for expert advice and to carry out
the required maintenance.
S.
No.
DESCRIPTION
FREE SERVICE
whichever is earlier
Kms (x 1000) 0.5 3
6
9
12
Months
1.5
3
6
9
R
I
R
I
R
PAID SERVICE
15 18
I
R
21 24
I
R
27 30
I
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 crankshaft in crankcase RH
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
5
Spark plug - 2nos.
A
A
A
A
A
R
A
A
A
A
R
6
HT leads for crack
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
7
Air filter paper element
C
C
C
C
R
C
C
C
R
C
C
8
Carburetor (C.V. Type)
Check level at every 1000 Kms or earlier as required
*Clean, Inspect and Tune
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PERIODICAL
MAINTENANCE
S.
No.
DESCRIPTION
FREE SERVICE
whichever is earlier
Kms (x 1000) 0.5 3
6
9
12
Months
PAID SERVICE
15 18
21 24
27 30
C
C
C
C
1.5
3
6
9
C
C
C
C
1 1 Fuel hose / Pipe
I
I
I
R
I
I
I
R
I
I
1 2 Accelerator and carburetor cable play Adjustment
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
9
Fuel Tap Filter
1 0 Fuel tank
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
A
1 3 Rubber hose, Air filter to Carburetor
I
I
I
I
R
I
I
I
R
I
I
1 4 Rubber hose, Inlet manifold
I
I
I
I
R
I
I
I
R
I
I
1 5 Inlet / Exhaust valve seating
I
I
1 6 Cylinder head (Combustion chamber)
D
1 7 Exhaust system
D
1 8 Clutch lever free play
Adjust every 1000 Kms or earlier as required
1 9 Rear brake pedal pivot
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
2 0 Battery terminals (apply petroleum jelly)
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
2 1 Battery Electrolyte level
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
2 2 Earth wire eyelet (behind battery carrier)
I
Lubricate &Adjust every 1000 Kms or earlier as required
2 3 Rear Chain
I
I
R
Clean, Adjust & Lubricate every 3000 Kms or earlier as required
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PERIODICAL
MAINTENANCE
S.
No.
DESCRIPTION
FREE SERVICE
whichever is earlier
Kms (x 1000) 0.5 3
6
9
12
Months
1.5
2 4 Front Fork oil / leak
3
6
I
PAID SERVICE
15 18
21 24
27 30
9
R
I
R
I
Check level at every 3000 Kms or earlier as required
2 5 Hand levers & kick starter pivot
Lubricate every 1000 Kms or earlier as required
2 6 Rear brake play
Adjust every 1000 Kms or earlier as required
2 7 Rear brake cam
L
2 8 Steering ball races / Play Adjustment
A
2 9 Spokes tightness & Wheel rim run out front / rear
I
L
I
L
A
R
I
3 0 Rear wheel cush rubbers
L
A
L
I
L
A
R
I
I &R
L
A
L
I
I
I
I &R
3 1 Swing Arm spacer & pivot bush
L
3 2 Tyre wear Front & Rear
I
I
L
I
I
L
I
I
R
I
I
3 3 Brake Oil level check / Replacement
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
3 4 Pivot-Side stand, Center stand, Pillion foot rest
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
A : Adjust
C : Clean
D : De-carbonise
I : Inspect
L : Lubricate
R : Replace
NOTE :
For Maintenance after 30,000 Kms, Please repeat the same frequency specified above, in
consultation with a Royal Enfield Authorised Dealer / Service Point.
* Refer Service Manual.
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RECOMMENDED
LUBRICANTS
Engine Oil
Grade
Royal Enfield 15 W 50 API SL
Engine Oil
(JASO MA)
Front Fork Oil
Grade
Royal Enfield
Front Fork Oil
(or 1F Grade
Endurance)
Capacity 195 ml/leg
Capacity 2.75 Ltrs. (with oil filter)
2.50 Ltrs. (during oil & filter
element replacement)
CAUTION :
Use of Wrong grade oil can reduce the life of the
moving parts and seriously affect performance
Brake Fluid
Grade
DOT 3 or DOT 4
Capacity 60ml
ISO 14001 – EMS
Operation Control Process
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.
NOTE :
Recommendation subject to change without notice.
* Common oil for Engine, Gear box & Clutch.
DO NOT Mix DOT 3 & DOT 4 brake fluid together.
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DO
IT
YOURSELF
HAND LEVER & KICK STARTER PIVOTS
The following simple maintenance activities will
help in maintaining your motorcycle. However
for an elaborate maintenance, we recommend
you to get in touch with an Authorised Dealer /
Service Point.
Wipe the area free of dirt / grease.
Apply a few drops of oil on the pivots.
CONTROL CABLES
Lubricate after using the motorcycle in rain,
after waterwash or if used in dusty conditions.
CENTER / SIDE
STAND PIVOTS
Apply a few drops of oil
o n t h e p iv o t s af te r
cl ean in g t he ar ea of
dirt.
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DRIVE CHAIN
BRAKE FLUID
Clean the drive chain carefully of dirt. Apply
few drops of 90 grade oil while simultaneously
rotating the rear wheel. Wipe off the excess oil.
Check if oil is below
‘MIN’ level. To top up,
OIL LEVEL INSPECTION




Place motorcycle on its center stand on a firm
surface.
Warm up engine for a few minutes & switch
off before checking oil level.
The level is correct if the oil level is in the
middle of the oil level window.
Top up with recommended oil if required.
Remove cover and
diaphragm.
CAUTION :
Use of wrong grade
or spurious oil can
seriously affect
m o t o r c y c l e
performance
&
damage to moving
parts
Top up with DOT 3 or
DOT 4 as specified.
M AX
M IN
CAUTION :
Don’t mix DOT 3 &
DOT 4 fluid.
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IT
YOURSELF
ENGINE - OIL CHANGE



Secondary
Primary
Primary
Drain Plug
Drain Bolt
Drain Cap

(Refer Periodical Maintenance Chart for frequency)







Place motorcycle on its center stand on a firm flat
surface.
Start engine and warm up for 2 minutes.
Keep a clean tray below the engine
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 element on the Crankcase
Cover RH.
Allow the oil to drain by tilting the motorcycle to
both sides.
Was h the drain plug and the suct ion filte r
thoroughly and refit on the crankcase after all the
oil is drained out.
Soak a new oil filter 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 r ec ommende d oil to
engine till the oil level is
upto “MAX” level mark in
the oil window in Crankcase Cover RH.
Max
Min
NOTE :
R eplace oil filte r e le ment whenever oil is being
replaced.
CAUTION :
Filling up oil over “MAX” mark may cause smoke and
/ or loss of power. Do NOT allow oil level to fall below
“MIN” mark. Doing so may result in engine internal
damage or malfuncton.
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IT
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SPARK PLUG
INSPECTION OF TYRES AND WHEELS
Cleaning and adjusting Plug gap
 Inspect the tyres periodically for
tread wear, cracks and cuts.






Two spark plugs are
provided in your
vehicle
Remove spark plug
using
the
plug
spanner and tommy
bar.
Clean the insulator
tip and electrodes of
the plug c ar efully Gap 0.70 to 0.80 mm.
using a pointed
scraper or spark plug
cleaner.
Set the gap between
0.70 to 0.80 mm.
Refit the spark plug
on the cylinder head.
Repeat the above procedure for the secondary
sparkplug.
Minimum tread depth :
Front tyre : 1mm
Rear tyre : 2 mm
 Check and remove stone, splinters,
nails or other particles embedded
in the tyre treads.
 Bald sp ots / sw elling m ay b e ca used by
in te r n al d a ma g e . R e p la c e th e tyr e s , if
defective.
 Replace tyres when the tread depth has reached
the minimum as specified.
 P e rio d ic a lly in s pe c t w h e e ls fo r s p ok e s
breakage and wheel rim run out.
 Check proper seating of the tyre beading on
the rim whenever the tyre is reassembled.
 Whenever a new tyre is installed, ensure rim
and spokes do not get damaged on account
of using wrong levers.
 Use only standard tyres & tubes inflated to
correct pressure.
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Tyre Pressure
Front
Solo
1.41 kg/cm2 (20 PSI)
With Pillion 1.55 kg/cm2 (22 PSI)

Remove the axle nut along with washer.

Tap and remove the front wheel spindle
Rear
2.11 kg/cm2 (30 PSI)
2.20kg/cm2 (32 PSI)
FRONT WHEEL REMOVAL


Place the vehicle on center stand
Place a wooden block the front end of engine
to support the vehicle.

Disconnect speedo cable.

Loosen the pinch bolt on the RH fork guide.


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Tilt the vehicle to RH Side and take out the
wheel along with speedo drive and RH side
spacer.
Take out Speedo drive and bush on the RH
side.
DO

Place a 4 mm thick wooden piece or cardboard
sheet between the brake pads to avoid brake
pads getting locked.
CAUTION :
Do not press the front brake lever when wheel is
removed as this will result in brake pads getting
locked.




YOURSELF
Refit the washer and tighten the nut firmly.
NOTE :
Ensure that the speedo drive is correctly located
such that the cable can be connected without
difficulty.
FRONT WHEEL REASSEMBLY

IT
Remove the wooden piece / card board sheet
placed between the brake pads.
Place the speedo drive bush in position and
place speedo drive over it.
Insert the wheel along with speedo drive and
RH spac er between the front fork ends
ensuring that the brake disc is located between
the brake pads.
Insert and tap the front wheel axle gently
inside.
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IT
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REAR WHEEL REMOVAL
Tighten the pinch bolt on the RH fork guide.
 Place vehicle on center stand on a firm and
flat surface.
 Note and mark the position of the chain
a d ju s t e r b u t ti n g
with the stopper on
the right side.
 Remove split pin
and castle nut on
the RH side.


 R em o v e
w h ee l
s p ind l e f r om L H
s id e a lo n g w it h
c h a in
a d j u st e r ,
taking care not to
d r op t he w he e l
collar and spacer
from the RH side of
the wheel.
Rotate the wheel and check for smooth
rotation.
Connect the speedo cable to speedo drive and
check for proper working of speedo meter.
 Tilt vehicle to LH
side and slide out
rear wheel.
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REAR WHEEL REASSEMBLY
CAUTION :
 Ensure the four cush rubbers are in position
inside the rear wheel
hub.
 Do not force the spindle into the wheel as
the threads may get damaged. Tap it through
the wheel gently.
 Tilt vehicle to right
a n d in s er t w he e l
assembly between the
swing arms.
 P o sit io n t h e re a r
w h e el w it h c u s h
r u bb e r o n th e re a r
chain sprocket.
REAR BRAKE PEDAL HEIGHT


 Hold wheel collar and spacer in position.
 Insert the wheel spindle along with chain
adjuster from the LH side of vehicle and
gently tap it through the wheel.
 Ensure that the mark on the chain adjuster
notch butts with the stopper.


 Tighten the castle nut firmly and ensure that
the hole on axle shaft and the slot on castle
nut are aligned to enable split pin fitment.
 Fit the split pin.
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Loosen the lock nut
Turn in or out the
pedal stop pin till
the brake pedal and
front foot rest are
in the same height
as shown in fig.
Tighten the lock nut
Check
for
rotation of
wheel.
free
rear
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IT
YOURSELF
DRIVE CHAIN TENSION (Play 25-30mm)
REAR BRAKE


 R e mo v e re a r
wheel split pin.
Turn in or out the adjuster nut at the brake
rod end. The recommanded brake pedal travel
is 20 - 30 mm.
 L oo se n c as tle
n ut, sp in dle
n u t,
a n ch o r
nut and brake
rod nut.
Check that the brake is not binding and the
rear wheel rotates freely.
 Turn the adjuster cams on both sides, till 25
to 30 mm slackness is achieved.
 Check and ensure that the number of notches
from the punch mark on the cam to the notch
resting on the pin are equal on both sides.
 Apply brake and tighten all nuts.
20 to 30 mm
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WHEEL ALIGNMENT
 Hold the vehicle upright off the stand on a
level ground.
 Stretch a str ing about 100 mm above the
ground along the wheels.
 If the string touches two points on the rear
whee l and two points on the front wheel
(4 point contact) then the wheels are aligned.
 If the string touches only three points on
the two wheels, the alignment is incorrect.
 Ad ju st the r e ar wh ee l, using th e c ha in
adjuster cams till the string touches four
points.
IT
YOURSELF
ADJUSTMENT OF REAR GAS SHOCK
ABSORBER
 The rear gas shock absorber is of adjustable
type i.e., the spring tension can be increased
or reduced.
 I nc r e as e
th e
spring tension
for high speed,
h ig h
lo a d
operation.
 R e du c e
th e
spring tension
f o r lo w s p ee d ,
low
l oa d
operation.
 The adjuster provided on the bottom of the
spring has five notches.
 To carry out the ad justment proceed as
follows :
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 Insert ‘C’ type spring adjuster tool in the
s ho c ke r s ho t a n d r ota te in r e qu ire d
direction.
REMOVAL OF BATTERY FROM THE
VEHICLE
 Turn the adjuster such that the adjuster
moves up to increase the spring tension
a n d v ic e v er s a t o r ed u c e t h e s p ri n g
tension.
 I n se r t th e k e y
into the battery
c o ve r lo c k , L H
S id e
tu r n
a n tic loc k wi s e
and hold it there.
 Adjust both left hand and right hand
shock absorbers so that the same notch
rests on the pin in both.
 R e mo v e
th e
b at te ry
c ov e r
o u t w a r d s
b rin g in g do w n
off from the lock
peg on top.
WARNING
Riding the motorcycle with the notches adjusted
in different positions can cause loss of control
and may lead to an accident.
 Disconnect both
t he
ter m ina l
w ir e s. (p o sitiv e
and negative)
 Remove the bolts on either side and open
cover. Then take out the Battery
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BATTERY &
MAINTENANCE
 T h e v e hic le is
pr o v id ed w ith
12V - 14 AH (for
E -S t a r t)
an d
12V - 5 AH (for
Kick Start)
 Periodically
check the Battery for
- Cleanliness and corrosion free terminals.
- Electrolyte level in each cell.
 If electrolyte level is low, top up with distilled
water.
CAUTION :
Electrolyte shall be filled only between minimum
& maximum levels indicated in battery as “min”
& “max” respe ctively. Usage of battery with
electrolyte below the minimum level will damage
battery inte rnals and electrolyte above the
maximum level will result in spillage of acid.
IT
YOURSELF
REASSEMBLY OF BATTERY ON VEHICLE
 Connect the positive terminal (Both Red
wire).
 Connect the negative terminal (Green & Black
wire).
 Smear the terminals with petroleum jelly.
 Close the battery cover and tighten the bolt
 Position the battery cover over the battery
such that it engages with the lock peg on
top.
 Push the lock assembly inside the locator.
Turn the key clock wise to lock the battery
cover. Then release the key.
CAUTION :
 Do not use battery with low electrolyte level
as the battery internals will get damaged.
 Do not overfill the battery electrolyte as it will
spill ot through the over flow 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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 Use only distilled water meant for use in
 Pull out the bulb.
batteries to avoid damage to battery.
 Clean the wire terminals free of corrosion and
keep the terminals coated with petroleum jelly.
CHANGING ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
HEAD LAMP BULB
CAUTION :
Never touch the bulb with your finger. Finger
 Replace bulb and assemble in the reverse order.
prints will etch the glass and decrease bulb life.
Hence, it is recommended to grab the bulb with
paper or clean dry cloth during handling.
REMOVING THE HEADLAMP
 Loosen the rim holding screw on top and take
out the headlight reflector.
 Unscrew and remove the bulb holder.
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TAIL LAMP BULB
 Remove the tail
lamp cover
screws.
 Unscrew and pull
out the bulb.
 Replace bulb and
assemble in the
reverse order.
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YOURSELF
 Press the bulb and turn clockwise to lock the
bulb in the holder.
 Refit the trafficator cover and screws.
FUSE
 Open the LH tool
box
1
2
3
4
 Open the fuse
carrier
TRAFFICATOR
BULB
 Replace fuse and
close the Tool box.
 Remove the screws
& take out trafficator glass cover.
BLADE FUSE USAGE LIST
 Press bulb gently
&
Turn
a n ticlockwise to take
out the bulb.
 Position the new
bulb inside holder, ensuring that the holder,
ensuring that the pins in the bulb, match with
the slots in the holder.
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Fuse No.
Color
Remarks
1
Blue
Main Fuse (15A)
2
Red
Ignition Fuse (10A)
3
Red
Spare Fuse (10A)
4
Blue
Spare Fuse (15A)
WA SHING
PROCEDURE
PRECAUTIONS
 Rinse vehicle thoroughly with plain water to
remove the detergent and wipe vehicle dry.
 Wash vehicle when the engine is cold.
 If possible, use compressed air and blow off
water particles from the obscure areas of the
vehicle, electrical connections etc.
 Cover the silencer, tail pipe, carburetor, horn
and control switches with suitable plastic
bags and tie it firmly to prevent water entry.
AFTER WASHING
 Remove ignition key and seal key hole using
adhesive tape.
 Ensure, the vehicle is throughly dry by
wiping with a clean soft absorbent cloth or
chamois leather.
 Brush engine area with kerosene / diesel to
remove dirt or grease.
 Use low pressure jet of water to clean the
vehicle or engine.
 Remove all plastic bags and adhesive tapes.
 Lubricate control cables, pivot and rear chain
with lube oil
 Never spray water with great force on head
lamp, speedometer, flasher lights, front and
rear wheel hubs, electrical connections and
wires, control cables, carburetor, sparkplug,
battery etc.
 Polish the painted and plated surfaces using
polishing wax.
 Start engine and allow to run at idling speed
for a few minutes to warm up engine.
 Do not apply kerosene or diesel on painted
parts or rubber parts.
 Drive the motorcycle slowly, applying both
brakes intermittently to dry up the brake
shoes.
 Use luke warm water and mild detergent on
the painted components to remove dirt, etc.
 Test brakes for its efficiency.
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STORAGE
PRECAUTIONS
Incase your Motorcycle is not going to be used
for a month or more, we advice the following
precautions to the taken.
 Maintain electrolyte level between max or min
mark, by adding distilled water and wipe the
battery dry.
 Carryout required repair / adjustments on the
motorcycle.
 Store the battery in a cool, dry and well
ventilated place.
 W a sh t h e m o to r c y cle tho r o ug h ly a n d
lubricate as per the maintenance chart.
 Drain fuel tank, fuel line and carburetor.
 Do not place the battery in direct sun light,
near open flame or where temperature is
above 40 oC or below 0 oC
 Keep the fuel tap in closed position and spray
motor oil inside the fuel tank to prevent
rusting.
 Cover the silencer with plastic bags to prevent
moisture entry. Set the motorcycle on its
center stand.
 Remove spark plug. Pour in about 25ml of
clean engine oil through spark plug hole.
Close the hole and crank engine several times
and refit sparkplug.
 Apply a thin film of oil on the engine barrel
fins, cylinder head fins and other painted
parts.
 Clean rear chain thoroughly and apply a thin
film of lub oil.
 Remove battery from the bike. Clean the
terminals free of corrosion.
 Apply anti rust solutions on all 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.
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STORAGE
PRECAUTIONS
PREPARING THE MOTORCYCLE FOR
REUSE
 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.
 Remove the anti rust solution from all plated
parts and clean the motorcycle well.
 Switch on ignition switch.
 Inflate the tyres to the correct tyre pressure.
 Start vehicle and warm up engine for a few
minutes before riding the vehicle.
 Ensure battery is fully charged and proper
electrolyte level is maintained.
NOTE :
 Connect the battery.
 Do not raise the engine rpm the moment it is
started, allow the engine to run at idling
speed.
 Lubricate all control cables and pivots.
 Check proper level of oil in engine.
 Clean and remove the motor oil from tank
and fill tank with fresh petrol.
 Clean carburetor and air filter.
 Remove plastic covering from the silencer.
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LONG TRIP
PRECAUTIONS
Checks prior to the commencement of
long journey
Items to be carried
 Tool kit
 Service the motorcycle thoroughly a Royal
Enfield Authorised Service Point as per
periodical maintenance chart.
 First aid kit.
 Bulbs for Headlight, Trafficator light, Rear
Tail Lamp and Fuse.
 Sufficient quantity of petrol in the fuel tank
for the journey planned.
 Accelerator, Clutch and Speedo Cable.
 Correct tyre pressure.
 Rear chain link master lock assembly.
Checks after every 1500 kms of run
 Tightness of all fasteners.
 Spare tube, tyre puncture repair kit - cold
vulcanising type.
 Tyre tread condition and wear of tyres.
 Foot operated air pump.
 Battery condition and electrolyte level.
 Insulation tape.
 Working of all lights and horn.
 Spark plug, spark plug cap, fuel hose.
 Correct oil level in engine.
 Proper chain tension.
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CARING FOR
MILEAGE
STOP THE DROP THAT LEAKS
RIDE AT COST EFFECTIVE SPEED
 Petrol leak at a rate of one drop per minute
accumulates to 5,25,600 drops a YEAR! That
is, 35 ltrs of Petrol.
 Cost effective speed (in top gear) is 45 to 50
Km per hour.
 Both lower and higher road speeds cause low
 Petrol leaks cause raw petrol smell. Get the
leaks arrested immediately.
kilometers per litre of petrol.
PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AS
USE RECOMMENDED FUELS AND OILS
ONLY
PER RECOMMENDATIONS
REGULAR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
ENSURES :
 Wrong grade or adulterated petrol does not
burn fully and results in heavy smoke, high
rate of carbon deposition in cylinder and
exhaust system and low mileage.
 Correctly inflated tyres.
 Wrong grade and inferior quality oils do not
lu br ic at e w e ll. T h e mo v ing p a rt s we a r
prematurely.
 Fasteners tightened to correct torques.
 F r ee ly mo v in g e n gin e & tr a ns m i s sio n
components.
 Always use recommended (unleaded > 87
octane petrol) and oils only.
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CARING FOR
MILEAGE
 Properly tuned and adjusted engine.
STOP BRAKE RIDING
CUT OFF NEEDLESS LOW IDLING
 Brake riding pushes the brake shoes / pads
Ten minutes of low idling wastes 70 ml. of petrol.
to come in contact with revolving drum / disc.
So cut off the engine when you know you have
To overcome the resulting frictional load,
to wait for one minute or more.
engine burns additional petrol.
Result : Low mileage, loss of power, faster
STOP
 Revving : Ten revvings wastes 20 ml. of
petrol
wear of brake shoes / pads and drum / disc.
NEVER CLUTCH RIDE
Clutch riding slips the clutch & engine drive
 Rac ing star ts : Ten racing starts wastes
does not get totally transferred to the rear
150 ml. of petrol.
wheel. Besides low mileage, clutch riding
ends up with burnt friction plates of clutch,
 Sudden acc ele ration : Ten sudden
loss of power and engine overheating.
accelerations wastes 100 ml. of petrol.
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CARING FOR
MILEAGE
AVOID FREQUENT BRAKING
PARK YOUR VEHICLE IN SHADE WHEN
NOT IN USE
 Braking arrests the road speed. Motorcycle
mome ntum is reduced. Additional fuel is
 Petrol is highly volatile. It evaporates under
burnt for subsequent acceleration.
n o rm a l at m o s ph e r ic te mp e r a tu r e . T h e
e va po rt io n in cr ea se s with t em pe ra tu re .
 For better mileage, use front and rear brakes
Prevent this loss by always parking your
only when absolutely needed. Control vehicle
vehicle under shade.
speed with throttle and gear like smart riders
always do.
 Too few Kms. running per day allows more
time for evaporation affecting the mileage.
AVOID OVER LOADING
 Over loading tires the engine, wears the parts
faster and reduces mileage.
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COMPLETE WIRING DIAGRAM
Vehicle Starting Procedure
Basic Guidelines to be followed “FOR ALL ELECTRIC START VEHICLES”
1.
In cold condition of the engine or for initial start, it is advised to use electric start (ES)
only.
2.
Apply choke in cold start condition. (ambient temperature <25° C)
3.
DO NOT ATTEMPT – “HALF START” BY CASUALLY PRESSING ELECTRIC START
BUTTON.
4.
PLEASE PRESS AND HOLD ELECTRIC START BUTTON FOR ATLEAST 3 SECONDS
CONTINUOUSLY FOR THE CRANKING OR UNTIL THE ENGINE FIRES AND SUSTAINS,
WHICHEVER IS EARLIER.
5.
If engine doesn’t start in the first attempt, release the ES button and repeat the above
Procedure.
6.
It is advised not to apply excessive throttle during starting.
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TROUBLE
SHOOTING
CAUSES
REMEDIES
I. ENGINE FAILS TO START
1) Ignition switch in ‘OFF’ Position .............................
Switch on ignition.
2) Stop switch in ‘OFF’ Position ....................................
Push stop switch to ‘ON’ position.
3) Clogged fuel line / tap ................................................
Clean the fuel line / tap.
4) Vent hole clogged in fuel tank cap ..........................
Clean vent hole.
5) Carburetor passage & jets blocked ......................... *
......................................................................................
Dismantle carburetor & clean jets
/ passages
6) Carburetor float stuck in closed position ...............
Ensure correct movement of float
7) Spark plug cap / lead not connected .........................
Fix cap / lead firmly
8) Loose HT connections ................................................
Fix connections firmly
9) HT Lead Damaged .................................................... *
Replace HT Lead
10) Spark plug electrode dirty / fouled ...........................
Clean spark plug & Reset gap.
11) Spark plug insulation cracked .................................
Replace spark plug
12) Poor compression :
- Auto Decompressor not working ......................... *
......................................................................................
Ensure free motion of flyweight in exhaust
cam gear assembly
* Contact Authorised Dealer / Service Point
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TROUBLE
SHOOTING
CAUSES
REMEDIES
- Loose spark plug .................................................... *
13) Clutch slipping ......................................................... *
Tighten spark plug.
Adjust clutch cable free play
II. ENGINE MISFIRING
1) Water in petrol tank/carburetor ............................. *
......................................................................................
2) Leak through intake hose .........................................
......................................................................................
Clean carburetor / petrol tank. Fill tank
with fresh petrol.
Tighten rubber hose suitably.
Replace if necessary
3) Loose spark plug cap .................................................
Fix cap / lead firmly
4) Spark plug fouled/insulation broken .......................
Clean / reset gap or, replace.
5) Poor Compression ..................................................... *
......................................................................................
Auto decompressor sticky or
not working
III. ENGINE STARTS, BUT RUNS IRREGULARLY & STOPS
1) Faulty fuel supply .....................................................
Clean the fuel line / tap / vent hole
2) Very low idling speed .................................................
Increase idling speed
* Contact Authorised Dealer / Service Point
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TROUBLE
SHOOTING
CAUSES
REMEDIES
IV. POOR PICKUP
1) Accelerator cable free play excessive .......................
Adjust cable free play
2) Faulty fuel supply ......................................................
Clean the fuel line / tap / vent hole
3) Choked air filter .........................................................
Clean / Replace air filter
4) Loose carburetor mounting ......................................
Tighten clamps firmly
5) Brakes adjusted too tight ........................................ *
Re-adjust properly
6) Rear chain adjusted too tight ................................. *
Re-adjust properly
7) Clutch Slipping ......................................................... *
Adjust clutch cable free play
8) Under inflated tyres ................................................. *
Inflate to correct pressure
9) TPS setting ................................................................ *
Retard / Wrong setting
V. WHITE/BLUE SMOKE
1) Oil level in RH Crankcase cover window .................
above “MAX” line ..................................................... *
Check and drain excess oil
* Contact Authorised Dealer / Service Point
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TROUBLE
SHOOTING
CAUSES
REMEDIES
VI. ENGINE OVERHEATING
1) Cylinder fins not clean ..............................................
......................................................................................
2) Clutch slipping ......................................................... *
Clean the cylinder fins at
regular intervals
Check and correct
3) Suction leakage ........................................................ *
Check and correct
4) Incorrect carburetor adjustments .......................... *
Check and correct
5) TPS setting ................................................................ *
Advance / wrong setting
VII. EXCESSIVE FUEL CONSUMPTION
1) Fuel leakage .............................................................. *
Check and rectify
2) Worn out carburetor jets ........................................ *
Change the defective jets
3) Incorrect carburetor adjustments .......................... *
4) Choked air filter .........................................................
Check and adjust correctly
Clean / Replace
5) Poor compression ..................................................... *
......................................................................................
6) Under inflated tyres ...................................................
Auto decompressor sticky or
not working properly
Inflate to correct pressure
7) TPS setting ................................................................ *
Over advance / wrong setting
* Contact Authorised Dealer / Service Point
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CAUSES
REMEDIES
VIII. IGNITION KNOCK
1) Carburetor adjusted too lean .................................. *
Check and readjust
2) Suction leakage ........................................................ *
Check and correct
IX. BRAKES POOR
1) Not adjusted properly .............................................. *
Adjust properly
2) Oil / grease on lining or drum or disc ................... *
Clean and refit
3) Linings worn / uneven worn ................................... *
Replace lining / pad
4) Drum scored / uneven wear ..................................... *
Rectify or replace drum
X. VEHICLE WOBBLES
1) Wheel rim runout ..................................................... *
Rectify
2) Loose / Broken spokes ............................................. *
Tighten / Replace spokes
3) Tyres not fitted correctly ........................................ *
Refit tyres correctly
4) Wheels misaligned .................................................... *
Ensure proper alignment
5) Under inflated tyres ...................................................
Inflate to correct pressure
* Contact Authorised Dealer / Service Point
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CAUSES
XI. Electricals
Bul bs d o no t li ght
1) Loose / improper connection ................................... *
2) Bulb fused ................................................................. *
3) Fuse blown ................................................................ *
4) Switch defective ........................................................ *
Horn not working
1) Loose connections .................................................... *
2) Requires tuning ........................................................ *
3) Switch Defective ........................................................ *
4) Fuse blown ..................................................................
Trafficators not working
1) Loose / improper connections ...................................
2) Bulb fused / fuse blown .............................................
3) Switch defective ........................................................ *
4) I.C. Flasher defective ............................................... *
Brake light remains on
(1) Switch not adjusted properly .................................. *
(2) Switch sticky ............................................................. *
REMEDIES
Check and correct
Replace bulb
Replace fuse
Replace switch
Check and correct
Tune horn
Replace
Replace fuse
Check and correct
Replace
Replace
Replace
Adjust switch properly
Replace switch
* Contact Authorised Dealer / Service Point
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SHOOTING
CAUSES
REMEDIES
XII. ELECTRIC START
Ve hicl e n ot s tar ting
(1) Neutral indicator not glowing .................................
Bring the vehicle in neutral
(2) If vehicle is without neutral indicator ....................
Press the clutch lever & start switch together
(3) Loose Connection ...................................................... *
Check & Correct
(4) Starter relay not working ....................................... *
Check & Replace
(5) Malfunctioning of clutch switch ............................ *
Check & Replace
(6) Malfunctioning of Starter switch ........................... *
Check & Replace
(7) Battery discharge ..................................................... *
Check & Recharge
(8) Motor not working .................................................. *
Check & Replace
(9) Battery not fully charged ........................................ *
Check & charge
(10)Failure of sprag clutch ............................................ *
Check & replace
* Contact Authorised Dealer / Service Point
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WA RRAN TY T ERMS &
CONDITIONS
Royal Enfield Motor Cycles are manufactured by following best Quality practices in respect of the
material and workmanship.
Royal Enfield (RE) warrants Bullet Electra 350 UCE 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 become 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. Warranty 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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CONDITIONS
&
(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, 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 likes bulbs, fuses etc.
(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.
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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 actuals.
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
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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.

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.
Produces the ‘Pollution Under Control’ certificate valid for the period immediately preceding the
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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).



Produces the owner’s manual and Log book for verification details.
Produces receipts covering maintenance of the motorcycle is specified in the owner’s manual from
the date of original purchase of the vehicle.
Produces valid certificate of Insurance and R. T. O. Registration Certificate (R.C. 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.
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
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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.

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. Ensure that the periodical maintenance is carried out as stipulated in the owner’s manual through
a Royal Enfield Authorised Dealer / Service Point.
2. Use only Unleaded petrol (> 87 Octane) from reputed fuel pumps.
3. Ensure the fuel used is not adulterated.
4. 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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FRE E SE RV ICE
COUPONS
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.
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FREE
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)
1st
SE RV ICE
500 KMS or 45+8 DAYS WHICHEVER IS EARLIER FROM THE 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.:
71
Date :
1st FRE E SE RVICE
ACTIVITIES
1. Water wash the vehicle and dry it with a clean cloth
2. Electrolyte..................................................... Check level & top-up
3. Battery terminals......................................... Clean and apply petroleum jelly
4. Drive chain free play................................... Check, clean, lubricate & adjust
5. Rear brake pedal pivot................................ Lubricate
6. Front & Rear brakes..................................... Check & Adjust
7. Wheel rims front & rear............................. Check spokes tightness
8. Front fork oil leak........................................ Check for leakage
9. Air filter element ....................................... Clean
10. Spark plugs (2 Nos)..................................... Check, clean & adjust gap
11. H.T. Leads....................................................... Inspect for cracks
12. Carburetor...................................................... Clean & tune
13. Fuel filter........................................................ Clean
14. Fuel pipe......................................................... Inspect for cracks
15. Rubber hose, Air filter to carburetor....... Inspect for cracks
16. Rubber hose, inlet manifold........................ Inspect for cracks
17. Accelerator / TPS cable................................ Check & adjust play
18. Clutch cable.................................................... Adjust play
19. Engine oil sump strainer............................ Clean
20. Engine oil....................................................... Replace
21. Engine oil filter paper element.................. Replace
22. Hand levers & kick starter pivot................ Lubricate
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Customer Copy
Job Card No:
Date :
Odo Reading :
Name of Dealer /
ASP with Code:
..........................
..........................
ASP / Dealer’s
Stamp & Signature
FREE
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)
2nd
SE RV ICE
3000 KMS or 90+15 DAYS WHICHEVER IS EARLIER FROM THE 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.:
73
Date :
2nd FREE SERVICE
ACTIVITIES
1. Water wash the vehicle and dry it with a
2. Electrolyte ...................................................
3. Battery terminals.........................................
4. Drive chain free play .................................
5. Rear brake pedal pivot...............................
6. Front & Rear brakes...................................
7. Wheel rims front & rear.............................
8. Front fork oil leak........................................
9. Air filter element .......................................
10. Spark plugs (2 Nos)....................................
11. H.T. Leads .....................................................
12. Carburetor ...................................................
13. Fuel filter......................................................
14. Fuel pipe .......................................................
15. Rubber hose, Air filter to carburetor .....
16. Rubber hose, inlet manifold......................
17. Accelerator / TPS cable..............................
18. Clutch cable ..................................................
19. Steering free play........................................
20. Engine oil......................................................
21. Hand levers & kick starter pivot..............
22. Oil filter element, oil strainer & magnetic drain plug ..
clean cloth
Check level & top-up
Clean and apply petroleum jelly
Check, clean, lubricate & adjust
Lubricate
Check & Adjust
Check spokes tightness
Check for leakage
Clean
Check, clean & adjust gap
Inspect for cracks
Clean & tune
Clean
Inspect for cracks
Inspect for cracks
Inspect for cracks
Check & adjust play
Adjust play
Check & Adjust
Check level & top-up
Lubricate
Clean
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Customer Copy
Job Card No:
Date :
Odo Reading :
Name of Dealer /
ASP with Code:
..........................
..........................
ASP / Dealer’s
Stamp & Signature
FREE
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)
3rd
SE RV ICE
6000 KMS or 180+15 DAYS WHICHEVER IS EARLIER FROM THE 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.:
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Date :
3 rd F R E E S E R V I C E
ACTIVITIES
1. Water wash the vehicle and dry it with a clean cloth
2. Electrolyte .................................................... Check level & top-up
3. Battery terminals ........................................ Clean and apply petroleum jelly
4. Drive chain free play .................................. Check, clean, lubricate & adjust
5. Rear brake pedal pivot................................ Lubricate
6. Rear brake cam............................................. Cam clean, lubricate & Adjust play
7. Wheel rims front & rear.............................. Check spokes tightness
8. Front brake ................................................... Check & Adjust
9. Tyres front & rear........................................ Check wear and tread depth
10. Air filter element ....................................... Clean
11. Spark plugs (2 Nos) .................................... Check, clean & adjust gap
12. H.T. Leads...................................................... Inspect for cracks
13. Carburetor..................................................... Clean & tune
14. Fuel filter....................................................... Clean
15. Fuel pipe ....................................................... Inspect for cracks
16. Rubber hose, Air filter to carburetor....... Inspect for cracks
17. Rubber hose, inlet manifold........................ Inspect for cracks
18. Accelerator / TPS cable................................ Check & adjust play
19. Clutch cable................................................... Adjust play
20. Engine oil sump strainer............................ Clean
21. Engine oil ..................................................... Replace
22. Engine oil filter element............................. Replace
23. Hand levers & kick starter pivot .............. Lubricate
24. Front Fork oil................................................ Inspect
25. Swing arm spacer & pivot........................... Lubricate
26. Steering System .......................................... Check, Lub. Steering balls & Adj. play
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Customer Copy
Job Card No:
Date :
Odo Reading :
Name of Dealer /
ASP with Code:
..........................
..........................
ASP / Dealer’s
Stamp & Signature
FREE
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)
4th
SE RV ICE
9000 KMS or 270+15 DAYS WHICHEVER IS EARLIER FROM THE 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.:
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Date :
4th FRE E SE RVICE
ACTIVITIES
1. Water wash the vehicle and dry it with a clean cloth
2. Electrolyte..................................................... Check level & top-up
3. Battery terminals ......................................... Clean and apply petroleum jelly
4. Drive chain free play................................... Check, clean, lubricate & adjust
5. Rear brake pedal pivot................................ Lubricate
6. Front & Rear brakes..................................... Check & Adjust
7. Wheel rims front & rear.............................. Check spokes tightness
8. Front fork oil ................................................. Check level & top-up / replace
9. Air filter element ....................................... Clean
10. Spark plugs (2 Nos)..................................... Check, clean & adjust gap
11. H.T. Leads ...................................................... Inspect for cracks
12. Carburetor .................................................... Clean & tune
13. Fuel filter ....................................................... Clean
14. Fuel pipe ........................................................ Replace
15. Rubber hose, Air filter to carburetor ...... Inspect for cracks
16. Rubber hose, inlet manifold........................ Inspect for cracks
17. Accelerator / TPS cable................................ Check & adjust play
18. Clutch cable ................................................... Adjust play
19. Engine oil strainer....................................... Clean
20. Engine oil....................................................... Check level & top-up
21. Hand levers & kick starter pivot............... Lubricate
22. Steering free play......................................... Check & Adjust
23. Tyres................................................................ Check wear and tread depth
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Customer Copy
Job Card No:
Date :
Odo Reading :
Name of Dealer /
ASP with Code:
..........................
..........................
ASP / Dealer’s
Stamp & Signature
PA I D S E R V I C E /
MAINTENANCE RECORD
Customer Copy
Dealer / ASP Copy
12,000 + 250 Kms. Service
12,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Reg. No.:
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Customer Copy
Dealer / ASP Copy
15,000 + 250 Kms. Service
15,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Reg. No.:
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
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MAINTENANCE RECORD
Dealer / ASP Copy
Customer Copy
12,000 + 250 Kms. Service
12,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer / ASP Copy
Customer Copy
15,000 + 250 Kms. Service
15,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
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MAINTENANCE RECORD
Customer Copy
Dealer / ASP Copy
18,000 + 250 Kms. Service
18,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Reg. No.:
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Customer Copy
Dealer / ASP Copy
21,000 + 250 Kms. Service
21,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Reg. No.:
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
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MAINTENANCE RECORD
Dealer / ASP Copy
Customer Copy
18,000 + 250 Kms. Service
18,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer / ASP Copy
Customer Copy
21,000 + 250 Kms. Service
21,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
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MAINTENANCE RECORD
Customer Copy
Dealer / ASP Copy
24,000 + 250 Kms. Service
24,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Reg. No.:
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Customer Copy
Dealer / ASP Copy
27,000 + 250 Kms. Service
27,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Reg. No.:
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
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MAINTENANCE RECORD
Dealer / ASP Copy
Customer Copy
24,000 + 250 Kms. Service
24,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer / ASP Copy
Customer Copy
27,000 + 250 Kms. Service
27,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
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MAINTENANCE RECORD
Customer Copy
Dealer / ASP Copy
30,000 + 250 Kms. Service
30,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Reg. No.:
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Customer Copy
Dealer / ASP Copy
33,000 + 250 Kms. Service
33,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Job Card No :.................
Date : .........................
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Odo Reading : .................
Dealer Code : .............
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Reg. No.:
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
85
PA I D S E R V I C E /
MAINTENANCE RECORD
Dealer / ASP Copy
Customer Copy
30,000 + 250 Kms. Service
30,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer / ASP Copy
Customer Copy
33,000 + 250 Kms. Service
33,000 + 250 Kms. Service
Brief Work Done :
Brief Work Done :
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
Dealer’s Stamp & Signature
86
NOTES
87
NOTES
88
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
MODEL: BULLET 350 / ELECTRA / CLASSIC 350 / CLASSIC 500 / BULLET 500
Model :
Engine No:
Dealer's Name :
Location:
Colour :
Key Number :
Battery Make :
Battery Number :
Aggregate
CHASSIS / ENGINE
NUMBER
Tyre Number :
Defect
Code
Area
1
CONNECT BATTERY /
2
CHECK VOLTAGE
Measure
Engine / Vehicle Number Details
DF
Same
Battery Charging
D / NC / Weak Battery Voltage 12V-whereas
13.5 V (Max. online voltage)
Cell
3
Fill 2.5 Litres (Capacity is
Replace oil & oil filter / Check Oil level (3 Drain
EO - (Drained 2.75 Litres) - Remove 3
Bolts system Hex 19mm, 8mm X 2nos and
Oil Level)
Drain Bolts to Drain the
Hex 12mm head bolts)
complete Oil
ENGINE OIL
4
Clean Primary Oil Strainer screen
-
Clean
LOCK OPERATION
5
Ignition / Side Air Filter Box / Tool Box Lock /
Fuel Tank Lock
H / LF / NW
Same
PETROL
6
Fill Petrol
-
5 Litres
7
Brake Lever Free Play
EP / T
2-3 mm / (STD)
8
Caliper Mounting Bolts
LF
2.7 to 3.0 Kgm
9
Front Wheel Rotation
W / T / LF / N
Free ( Check Spokes
Looseness & Runout
10
Front Mudguard Alignment / Cover Tube
Rubbing
M / RB
Straight
LF
7.0 to 7.7 Kgm
FRONT WHEEL
11 Front Wheel Nut
12 Front Tyre Condition (Check Tyre Line Seating) WF
Good
13 Front Tyre Pressure
LESS
22 PSI
14 Clutch Operation
H/N
Smooth
15 Clutch Lever Free Play
EP / V / T
2 - 3 mm
16 Accelerator Operation
T / SY
Smooth
17 Lever Brackets Tightness
LF
Tight
18 Switch Modules Tightness
LF
Tight
T
Free
WF
W.r.to Dot Punch
LF
4.5 to 5.5 Kgm
22 Electrical Switch Operation
NW / F
No Defects
23 Neutral Lamp
NW / F
No Defects
24 Fuel Tap Operation
H / NW
Smooth / Main / Reserve
25 Fuel Leak
L
No Leak ( Tank, Tap,
Carburetor)
26 Fuel Tank Alignment
M
Straight
27 Rear Brake Pedal Free Play
T / EP
20 - 30 mm
28 Pedal Position w.r.t foot rest
DF
Same Level
29 Chain Tension
T / EP
20 - 25 mm
30 Rear Wheel Rotation
W / T / LF / N
Free (Check Spokes
Looseness & Runout)
31 Anchor Pin Nut
LF
4.5 Kgm
32 Rear Mudguard Alignment
M
Straight
33 Rear Tyre Pressure
LESS
32 PSI
CLUTCH
HANDLE BAR
19 Steering Movement
CONTROLS &
ELECTRICAL SWITCH 20 Handle Bar Positioning
OPERATIONS
21 Lock Nut T- Stem
FUEL SYSTEM
REAR WHEEL
34 Rear Tyre Condition (Check Tyre Line Seating) WF
Good
35 RR Shock Absorber Operation / Adjustment
Smooth
H / N / AD
Front :
Defect Defect Defect
#1
#2
#3
Rear :
Remarks
36 Mudguards - Paint / Plating Related
SC / PD / R /
DN
No Defects (Mudguards /
Fuel Tank / Tool Box
37 Fuel Tank - Paint Related
SC / PD / R /
DN
No Defects
38 Tool Box LH, Air Filter Box, Battery Cover Paint / Plating Related
SC / PD / R /
DN
No Defects
39 Head Lamp Casing - Paint Related
SC / PD / R /
No Defects
SC / PD / R
No Defects
41 Plated Parts (Scratch / Rusty)
SC / R / PO
No Defects (Mudguards /
Fuel Tank / Wheel Rim /
Indicator
42 Buffed components poor Buffing & Scratches
SC / DU
No Defects
43 Seat Alignment
M
No Defects
44 Indicators Alignment (MFR / Amber)
M
No Defect / Colour
45 Stickers / Knee Pads
M / LF / SC
No Defects
46 Nuts, Bolts, Fasteners (Torque)
LF
Tight (RH, LH Cover /
Engine Foundation /
Accessories / Wheel Nut)
47 Owner's Manual & Tool Kit Content
-
Availability
48 Spare Fuse in Fuse Carrier
NA
Tubular / Blade Fuse
49 Starting (Kick Start / Self Start)
ST / N
Easy Start
50 Front / Rear Brakes Effectiveness / Feel
AD / SG
Sharp
51 Pulling
P
Straight
52 Vibration
V
Smooth
53 Wobbling
W
No Defects
54 Front Fork / Drive Chain Noise
N
No Defects
55 Engine Performance / Gear Shifting /
TPS Setting
N / ST / J / H
Smooth
56 Any Rattling / Squeaking Noise
N
Nil (Silencer / Accessories
/ Body Parts /
Suspension)
57 Easy Start (Hot Condition)
ST / NW
Smooth
58 Leak
L
No Leak (Oil / Fuel /
Hydraulic / Acid Leakage)
59 Smoke / Oil Droplets in Silencer
SK / EO
No Smoke
60 Cam Noise / Top End Noise
N
Smooth
40
AESTHETICS
Powder Coated Parts (Scratch / Rust /
Chipped OFF)
OTHERS
TEST RIDE
STATIC CHECK
(AFTER TEST RIDE)
Lens Colour Check
ANY OTHER
Any Abnormal Noise or Engine Open cases during PDI Inform to Plant / Factory
Note **
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, Mar. 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:
Bullet Electra 350 UCE /
Bullet Electra 350 UCE - ES
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