Electra Accessories 88969 User`s manual

READ THIS MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING YOUR GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™
ELECTRA ACCESSORIES, INC. STRONGLY SUGGESTS
THE OPERATOR OF THIS PRODUCT BE 16 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER.
Assembly and User's Manual
Model #: 88905 / 88969
For the most recent version of this user's manual and for all updated
product information please visit www.electraUSA.com or call Electra
Customer Service / Technical Support Toll-Free Number at:
1-888-467-1234
M-F 10am - 9pm EST
NEITHER ELECTRA ACCESSORIES NOR THE RETAIL SELLER OF THE GAS CHOPPER
SCOOTER™ IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONSEQUENCES OF FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH
STATE AND LOCAL ORDINANCES RELATING TO THE USE OF THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™
CHECK WITH DMV AND WITH LOCAL AND STATE LAWS AS YOUR CITY,
MUNICIPALITY OR STATE MAY PROHIBIT THEIR USE.
Electra Accessories Inc. 2 Corporate Drive Cranbury, New Jersey
08512 USA Email: sales@electraUSA.com
Website: www.electraUSA.com
Electra Customer Service / Technical Support
Toll-Free Number 1-888-467-1234
M-F 10am - 9pm EST
YOUR INSURANCE POLICIES MAY NOT PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR ACCIDENTS
INVOLVING THE USE OF THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™. TO DETERMINE IF
COVERAGE IS PROVIDED YOU SHOULD CONTACT YOUR INSURANCE
COMPANY OR AGENT.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features and Specifications_________________________________________3
Contents of the Box________________________________________________4
General Safety Guidelines & Restrictions_________________________5,6,7,8
Assembly Instructions
Handlebars _________________________________________________9
Lights__________________________________________________9
Backrest___________________________________________10
Mirrors___________________________________________10
Pre-Ride Adjustments
Brakes__________________________________________________10
Drive Chain____________________________________________11
Tires/Wheel__________________________________________12
Gas:Oil Mixture___________________________________13
Battery
Charging_____________________________________________________15
Starting Instructions______________________________________________16
Service & Maintenance
Handlebars__________________________________________________17
Lights_____________________________________________________17
Backrest_________________________________________________17
Fuse_________________________________________________17
Brakes________________________________________________17
Drive chain_________________________________________17
Front & Rear Wheel_________________________________17
Tire Repair___________________________________18,19
Gas:Oil_______________________________________19
Battery_____________________________________19
Transmission Oil___________________________ 19
Spark Plug ____________________________19
Gas Removal___________________________20
Trouble Shooting_________________________________________________21
Replacement Parts________________________________________________21
Storage_________________________________________________________22
30 Day Limited Warranty__________________________________________23
Warranty Limitations_____________________________________________23
Warranty Service Options_________________________________________24
Return Policy____________________________________________________25
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FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Specifications
Cylinder Displacement
Engine Type
43 cc
Single Cylinder, 2-Stroke
Air-cooled
Unleaded Gasoline mixed
w/High-Grade 2-Stroke Motor Oil
Fuel Type
Gas Tank Capacity
Gas:Oil Ratio
Carburetor
Spark Plug
Spark Plug Gap
Starting Options
Top Speed
Max HP
Torque
Tire Pressure
Wheel Size
1 Liter (.26 Gallons)
32:1
Double Films
NGK-BM6A
.6mm-.7mm
Electric & Manual Pull Start
14 MPH
.47
.9Nm/3800rpm
50PSI
(88905)10” Dual Rear
(88969)11” Single Rear
(88905/88969) 12.5” Front
Battery
Weight Capacity
Brakes
Unit Weight
12V 5Ah
250lbs
Front Disc / Rear Drum
90lbs
Additional Features
Headlights
Horn
Turn Signals
Brake Lights
Front & Rear Shocks
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CONTENTS OF BOX
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GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™
User/Assembly manual
Tool kit containing 13/16 mm and 8/10 open ended wrench, combination
Phillips/flat head screwdriver, 4 mm/5 mm/6 mm/8 mm Allen wrenches, 22 mm socket
Spare fuses (10 Amp x 3 qty)
2 Keys
12V Battery charger
GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™
Manual
Battery Charger
Tool Kit
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GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES & RESTRICTIONS
This Manual contains many notes concerning the consequences of failure to maintain or inspect your GAS
CHOPPER SCOOTER™. Your safety and the safety of others is very important. We have provided important safety
messages in this manual and on the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™. Please read these messages carefully. A safety
message alerts you to potential hazards that could hurt you or others. Each safety message is preceded by a safety
alert symbol and one of two words.
You CAN be SERIOUSLY HURT or KILLED if you don't follow instructions. Failure to follow the instructions
following it may result in injury to the rider or others during use, which may include loosing control and falling.
Because any fall can result in serious injury or even death, we do not repeat the warning of possible injury or death
whenever the risk of falling is mentioned
Failure to follow the instructions following it may result in damage to the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ or
component during assembly or use. (I.e. risk of property (product) damage only)
CHECK STATE & LOCAL LAWS
Your state department of motor vehicles (DMV), or the city or county where it will be used, may regulate the use of devices
like the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™. Some states may require a driver's license or minimum age to use the GAS CHOPPER
SCOOTER™, or require the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ to be registered or licensed or require some additional type of
equipment like a brighter headlight. Please check with your state DMV or local municipality on requirements for using the
GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™.They can be located in the phonebook. State DMV offices can also be located on the Internet at
such sites as the following www.dmv.org or www.statehousegirls.net/agencies/dmv.
If your state or municipality allows the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ to be used on vehicle roadways please make sure
you are familiar with all traffic laws as set forth by your state DMV, such as yielding to pedestrians and other
motorists, signaling, riding as far to the right edge of the roadway as possible, obeying traffic signs etc. Your state
DMV can provide you with materials setting forth these traffic laws.
In addition to those traffic laws abide by the following general principals:
1. You are sharing the road or the path with others -- motorists, pedestrians and other cyclists. Respect their rights,
and be tolerant if they infringe on yours.
2. Ride defensively.
3. Look ahead of where you're going, and be ready to avoid:
* Vehicles slowing or turning in front of you, entering the road or your lane ahead of you, or coming up behind you.
* Parked car doors opening in front of you.
* Pedestrians stepping out in front of you.
* Children or dogs playing near the road.
* Pot holes, sewer grating, railroad tracks, expansion joints, road or sidewalk construction, debris and other obstructions
that could cause you to swerve into traffic, catch your wheel or otherwise cause you to lose control and have an accident.
* The many other hazards and distractions which can occur while using the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ during a ride.
4. Ride on the right side of the road, in the same direction as vehicle traffic and as close to the edge of the road as possible.
5. Stop at stop signs and traffic lights; slow down and look both ways at street intersections. Remember that the
GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ will always lose in a collision with a motor vehicle, so be prepared to yield
even if you have the right of way.
6. Use hand signals for turning and stopping. Learn the local vehicle code for the correct signals.
7. Don't weave through traffic or make any moves that may surprise people with whom you are sharing the road.
8. Never carry anything which obstructs your vision or your complete control of the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™, or
which could become entangled in the moving parts of the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™.
9. Never hitch a ride by holding on to another vehicle.
NEITHER ELECTRA ACCESSORIES NOR THE RETAIL SELLER OF THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ IS
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONSEQUENCES OF FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH STATE AND LOCAL ORDINANCES
RELATING TO THE USE OF THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS LEAD AND LEAD COMPOUNDS, CHEMICALS KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
TO CAUSE CANCER AND REPRODUCTIVE HARM. WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING.
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GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES & RESTRICTIONS
HELMET USE WHILE RIDING THE MINI SPORT GAS RACER™
Your state DMV, or the city or county where it will be used, may require that you use a helmet that
meets the federal Department of Transportation "DOT" requirements (like those used by motorcycle
riders) while riding the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™. Other states or municipalities may require that a
helmet meet the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) helmet requirements (like those used
by human powered bike riders) while riding the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ Even if your State or
municipality has no requirements concerning helmet use, the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ should not
be used under any circumstances without properly wearing a helmet that meets either the DOT or
CPSC regulations. The helmet must have a label inside which indicates which regulation it meets. If you
are unsure contact DOT at www.nhtsa.gov (888-327-4236) or CPSC at www.cpsc.gov (800-638-2772).
Follow Safety Guidelines:
*Your safety and the safety of others is very important. We have provided important safety
messages in this manual and on the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™. Please read these messages
carefully. A safety message alerts you to potential hazards that could hurt you or others.
• Never operate the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ without proper instructions.
• Never allow a child under the age of 16 to operate the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™
• Failures to follow the warnings contained in this manual can result in serious injury or death.
• Read this manual and all warning labels carefully and follow the operating procedures as
described.
• Do not operate the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ unless you are able to safely start, stop, turn, and
yield to all obstacles in the environment.
• Follow all local and state laws for approved riding areas, rules and regulations.
• Never carry a passenger on the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™.
• Never ride the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ on public streets, sidewalks, parking lots, highways,
freeways, or at night.
• Never operate on excessively rough, slippery or loose terrain.
• Never operate downhill or uphill. Always operate on level surfaces
• Never operate at excessive speeds. Always operate at a speed that is proper for the conditions
and your experience.
• Never attempt wheelies, jumps, or other stunts.
• GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ should not be ridden by any person weighing
more than 250lbs
• GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ should not be ridden by any person shorter than 60"
• GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ should not be ridden by any person with an inseam
of less than 25"
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GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES & RESTRICTIONS
• GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ should not be ridden by any person that is physically or mentally challenged
• GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ should not be ridden by any person with vision, balance, hearing or
coordination impairments
• GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ should not be ridden by any person using headphones or a cellular phone
(They mask traffic sounds and emergency vehicle sirens, distract you from concentrating on what's
going on around you, and their wires can tangle in the moving parts of the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™,
causing you to lose control)
• GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ should not be ridden by any person barefoot, wearing sandals, open
toed, high heeled, platform or slip on footwear
• Never stand on a GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ whether moving or not
• Always keep both hands on the handlebars and both feet on the footrests during operation.
• Always be alert to your surroundings while riding the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™.
• Always follow proper procedures for turning as described in this manual.
• Do not turn at excessive speeds or make sudden or sharp turns.
• Always check for obstacles before operating the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ in a new area.
• Do not attempt to accelerate and have the brake on at the same time. [This may cause damage to
the motor or drive train or cause the motor or drive train to overheat.]
• Never operate the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ without wearing an approved helmet that fits
properly. You should also wear eye protection, gloves, closed-toe shoes, long-sleeved shirt or
jacket, long pants, as well as elbow and kneepads
• Never consume drugs or alcohol before or while operating the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™.
Drugs or alcohol can impair your judgment and reaction time
• Before starting the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™, check throttle control and brakes for proper
operation
• Always inspect the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™ each time you use it to make sure it is in safe
operating condition. Check for loose screw, nuts, bolts, parts, brakes, drivechain, etc.
• Always follow the inspection and maintenance procedures described in this manual.
• Always use the size and type tires specified in this manual. Always maintain proper tire
pressure as described in this manual. Type of tire and inflation can affect the GAS CHOPPER
SCOOTER ™ handling
• Do not operate near flammable liquids or materials
• Never attempt to repair when igniton is on
• Keep all loose clothing away from drive chain
DO NOT MAKE ANY ALTERATIONS OR MODIFICATIONS TO THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™, OR
ADD ANY PARTS NOT AUTHORIZED BY ELECTRA EXCEPT THOSE DISCUSSED IN THIS MANUAL
OR THOSE REQUIRED BY LAW. DO NOT REMOVE ANY REFLECTORS, LIGHTS OR OTHER
STANDARD EQUIPMENT. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS CAN RESULT
IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH OR COULD RESULT IN AN ELECTRICAL SHORT AND OR FIRE. All
authorized replacement parts are available at www.electraUSA.com or by calling Electra
customer service a 1-888-467-1234 M-F 10am - 9pm EST.
NEITHER ELECTRA ACCESSORIES NOR THE RETAIL SELLER OF GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™
IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONSEQUENCES OF FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH STATE AND
LOCAL ORDINANCES RELATING TO THE USE OF THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™
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GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES & RESTRICTIONS
BEFORE EACH RIDE:
• Make sure you properly (per the instructions in the helmet) wear a helmet that
meets DOT or CPSC regulations
• Wear protective clothing and gloves
•Wear eye protection that does not interfere with your peripheral vision
• Check local and state laws before operating the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ in any area
• Make sure Battery is fully charged
• Make sure the horn and headlight are operational
• Make sure Brakes are in proper working order
• Make sure you understand how the brake works and that your hands can reach and squeeze
the brake lever comfortably and hard enough to stop the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ safely.
• Check for proper Drive Chain Tension
• Make sure all parts of the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ are properly and securely
fastened and adjusted, including but not limited to wheels, foot rests, and all controls.
(Please refer to Pre-Ride Instructions)
• Make sure all fuel and electrical lines are properly connected.
• Make sure gear oil is added to the transmission box. See pg 19 for instructions .
• Check tire pressure and inflate if necessary. Recommended tire pressure 50 PSI
• Make sure the tires are not excessively worn, do not have tears or cuts, and are
properly seated on the rim and inflated to the proper pressure on the sidewall
• Make sure the wheels spin straight and that the rims are not bent or damaged
• Must use proper Gas:Oil Mixture before fueling. Refer to Gas:Oil Chart in User's
Manual or on unit.
*REFER TO MANUAL FOR DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS
AFTER EACH RIDE:
1. Make sure that the ignition key is turned off and that all keys are removed and
kept in a safe place.
2. Make sure the throttle is rotated to the off position.
3. Ensure that the kickstand is used so the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ will not fall
over and get damaged.
4. Ensure the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ is not kept where moisture can
damage it.
5. Do not charge or store the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ closer than 20 feet from any
flame (e.g. furnace, fireplace, water heater, space heater)
6. Do not allow children under 16 to play on or near the unattended GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™.
*REFER TO MANUAL FOR DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE ASSEMBLING YOUR GAS CHOPPER SCOOTERTM, PLEASE BE SURE YOU HAVE ALL NECESSARY
PARTS. REFER TO CONTENT OF BOX. PLEASE FOLLOW PROPER ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS. IF YOU DO
NOT HAVE THE PROPER PARTS NECESSARY TO ASSEMBLE YOUR GAS CHOPPER SCOOTERTM, PLEASE
DO NOT RETURN THE UNIT TO THE ORIGINAL PLACE OF PURCHASE. CALL ELECTRA CUSTOMER
SERVICE AT: 1-888-467-1234 M-F 10am - 9pm EST.
*For convenience of packing and shipping, the handlebars, throttle, accessory control grip and
backrest are not assembled on your GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™. They must be properly adjusted
and tightened before riding.
HANDLEBAR INSTALLATION
1. Remove the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ from the carton and remove all protective packaging
2. Lift the handlebar assembly to an upright position and tighten the fastening knob so that it
secure. (Fig. 1)
3. Unscrew and remove the bolts located on the front of the handlebar assembly. Align the
instrument gauge assembly on the bracket and fasten by inserting the bolts and tightening.
4. Insert the throttle into the handlebar assembly by depressing the copper colored button and
aligning it with its seated hole. Insert until the throttle locked in position. Repeat this procedure
with the left accessory control grip. Secure the throttle and accessory control grip by tightening the
allen bolts located directly below the copper colored buttons. (Fig. 2)
Handlebars
Throttle
Fastening
Knob
Locking
Copper
Button
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
ADJUST HEADLIGHT & TURN SIGNALS
1. Insert the turn signal base through front light bracket. Slide washer and nut to threads and tighten.
Repeat this procedure for front and rear turn signals.
*Once the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ has been assembled and battery has been charged, test the
turn signals to ensure that they are on the correct sides. (Fig. 3)
2. Adjust the headlight and tighten using the provided screwdriver (Fig. 4)
Adjustment
Screw
Headlight
Turn Signal
Locking Nut
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
BACKREST INSTALLATION
1. Remove the backrest mounting hardware from the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™. Attach the
backrest by aligning the backrest frame against the fixed mounting brackets, inserting the bolts
through the rubber mounting cushion, through the backrest frame, and finally through the fixed
mounting bracket on the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™. Secure all 4 bolts with self locking nuts.
*Make sure the small rubber cushion is located between the heads of the bolts and the backrest
frame and not between the backrest frame and the fixed mounting brackets. (Fig. 1)
Mirror
Locking Nuts
Backrest
Bolts
Rubber Cushion
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
REARVIEW MIRRORS INSTALLATION (SOLD SEPERATELY)
1. Attach mirrors by inserting threaded end of the mirror into each brake lever assembly nut
approximately ½ way. Slide the tightening nut down and secure by turning clockwise. (Fig. 2)
INSERT FUSE
The GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ is typically shipped from the manufacture without the 10 Amp
fuse inserted in the fuse cylinder. In order for certain features of the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™
to work properly, the fuse must be inserted before operation.
1. Locate the 10 Amp fuses in the user's bag.
2. Unscrew the fuse cap (counter clockwise) located on the charger receptacle panel. (Fig. 1)
3. Carefully insert the fuse and replace the fuse cap until it is fully tightened. (Clockwise)
Fig. 1
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PRE-RIDE ADJUSTMENTS
ADJUST FRONT & REAR BRAKES
The front and rear brakes your GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ have been pre-assembled and preadjusted by the manufacture.
However, the cables and brakes may need adjustment if they are not slowing or stopping the GAS
CHOPPER SCOOTER™ properly.The brakes can be adjusted at the handlebar mounted brake levers.
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS:
1. Determine brake lever has proper slack
*Brake lever cannot be too tight or it can snap the cable!
*Brake lever cannot be to loose or your GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ may not stop correctly
2. To adjust slack, rotate brake adjustment knob to desired position. (Fig. 1)
Check slack by engaging the brake lever.
*Proper slack should be similar to Fig. 2(A properly adjusted brake lever should leave approximately
3/4"- 1" between the brake lever and throttle grip)
3. If desired slack is achieved, rotate the locking nut clockwise until tight. (Fig. 2)
4. If desired brake tension has been achieved, rotate the locking nut clockwise until tight.
5. If brakes do not adjust properly from brake lever location. It must be adjusted at the front and
rear wheel using the cable tension bolt. (Fig. 3)
6. Rotate cable tension bolt in to the left to tighten brake tension and to the right to loosen brake
tension. Once desired position is acheived tighten locknut
7. The GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ should move freely when brake is not engaged
Lock Nut
Adjustment Knob
FIG.1
FIG.2
Locknut
Brake Cable
Cable Tension Bolt
FIG.3
IF THE PROPER TENSION IS STILL NOT ACHIEVED, CHECK THE BRAKE AND CABLE TO ENSURE EVERY
PART IS PROPERLY CONNECTED. DAMAGED OR FAULTY BRAKE COMPONENTS (CABLE, BRAKE
ASSEMBLY) WILL NOT ALLOW FOR THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ TO STOP PROPERLY AND
SHOULD BE REPLACED IMMEDIATELY TO AVOID ANY SERIOUS INJURIES TO THE USER OR OTHERS.
REPEAT PROCEDURE UNTIL DESIRED TENSION IS ACHIEVED.
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PRE-RIDE ADJUSTMENTS
DRIVE CHAIN MAINTENANCE
Periodic adjustments of the drive chain will be necessary to maintain proper tension. If the drive chain is
loose, it may make a "popping" noise, which indicates a need for immediate adjustment. To manually check
the drive chain tension, make sure the drive chain is properly seated on both the front and rear sprockets.
Place your finger underneath the center of the drive chain and push upwards to the top of the chopper.
When properly adjusted, the drive chain should move upward approximately 1/4". If there is greater than
1/4" of movement, the drive chain must be adjusted before use to avoid unseating "falling-off".
Eye Bolt
Brake Support Lock Bolt
Eye Bolt
Loosen
Tighten
Loos
e
n
Tigh
te
n
Rear Axle Nut
Loosen
Tighten
Rear Axle Nut
Right Side (Fig. 2)
Left Side (Fig. 1)
1/4"
Drive Chain Requires
No More & No Less Than
1/4" Movement
1/4"
Follow these steps to tighten the drive chain:
1. Loosen brake support lock bolt(Fig. 1)
2. Loosen the rear axle nuts (counter clockwise)(Fig. 1 & Fig. 2)
3. Tighten the chain adjustment eye bolts (clockwise) on both sides evenly so that the rear wheel doesn't become misaligned.
4. Once the proper drive chain tension has been achieved, tighten the axle nuts (clockwise) and brake support lock bolt.
*If there is less than 1/4" of movement when you manually check the drive chain, the chain is too tight and
needs to be adjusted to avoid breaking.
Follow these steps to loosen the drive chain:
1. Loosen brake support lock bolt(Fig. 1)
2. Loosen the rear axle nuts (counter clockwise). (Fig. 1 & Fig. 2)
3. Loosen the chain adjustment eye bolts (counter clockwise) on both sides evenly so that the rear wheel doesn't
become misaligned.
4. Once the proper drive chain tension has been achieved, tighten the axle nuts (clockwise). and brake support lock bolt.
*If there is more than 1/4" of movement when you manually check the drive chain, the chain is too loose and
needs to be adjusted to avoid coming off.
The chain should be cleaned and lubricated with bicycle chain lubricant (available at local bike shops) after every
100 miles of riding (or every three rides) or after riding the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ in wet road conditions.
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PRE-RIDE ADJUSTMENTS
TIRE ADJUSTMENTS:
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!!!
Proper Tire Pressure 50 PSI
30
40
45
20
50
60
10
70
0
PSI 80
Make sure that the air pressure for all tires is 50 PSI . If the tires have less than the recommended
amount of pressure, poor handling, and damage to the tires and rims may occur. Use an air
pressure gauge to check for the air pressure of the tire.
DO NOT USE GAS STATION AIR FILLING STATIONS AS THE PRESSURE IS USUALLY TOO HIGH AND THE
GAUGES ARE INACCURATE. OVER INFLATION OF THE TIRE COULD CAUSE A BLOW OUT AND CRASH.
WHEEL ADJUSTMENTS/MAINTANENCE:
1. Wheels should rotate straight and freely
2. A lubricant or oil should be applied to the wheel bearings monthly or more often if ridden in
extremely wet or dusty conditions.
3. If rear wheel feels restricted , Refer to Drive Chain adjustments or Brake adjustments
3. If front wheel feels restricted , Refer to Brake adjustments
Periodically check tires, wheels, bearings, and cables. Any rust? Kinks? Fraying? If so, DO NOT ride the
GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™. Call Electra customer service at 1-888-467-1234 M-F 10am - 9pm EST or
visit your local bicycle dealership and have them adjusted or replaced.
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PRE-RIDE ADJUSTMENTS
MIXING GAS & OIL FOR GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ :
Your GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ is equipped with a two-stroke engine. It is
REQUIRED that you ALWAYS premix gasoline and oil prior to filling the
gasoline tank.
Failure to use a premixed gasoline mixture will cause serious engine problems
resulting in total engine failure. If engine fails or seizes while rider is operating GAS
CHOPPER SCOOTER™, it could lead to an accident, injuries, damage to the bike, or
even death.
To mix your oil and gasoline, be sure that you have:
1. Unleaded Gasoline
2. 2-stroke" or 2-cycle Engine Oil.
*2-Stroke or 2-cycle oil is common and can be purchased at gas stations and auto
parts stores.
GAS:OIL MIXING CHART
GAS:OIL RATIO
GAS
Gallons
1
2
3
5
25:1
32:1
2 CYCLE OIL
OUNCES
5
4
10
8
15
12
25
20
FIRST TIME USE:
1. We suggest using a 25:1 Gas:OIl Ratio for the first full gas tank
(Refer to mixing chart for proper mixing amounts)
THERE AFTER:
1. We suggest using a 32:1 Gas:OIl Ratio for every gas tank there after
(Refer to mixing chart for proper mixing amounts)
Always use caution when handling gasoline. Always handle gasoline in a
well ventilated area away from any source of spark or flame (water heater,
furnace, cigarette, etc.)
IF THE CHOPPER IS EMITTING EXCESSIVE AMOUNTS OF SMOKE OR IS HESITATING
AND RUNNING POORLY DUE TO OTHER FACTORS, REFER TO TROUBLESHOOTING IN
THIS MANUAL OR CALL ELECTRA CUSTOMER SERVICE AT 1-888-467-1234 M-F 10AM
- 9PM EST AND THEY WILL ASSIST YOUR IN PERFORMING A THOROUGH CHECK.
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BATTERY
CHARGING THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ BATTERY
To avoid damage to the battery when charging, use only the charger provided with your GAS
CHOPPER SCOOTER™.
1. DO NOT CHARGE OR STORE THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ CLOSER THAN 20
FEET FROM ANY FLAME (E.G. FURNACE, FIREPLACE, WATER HEATER, SPACE HEATER)
2. Be sure to only use 110V AC with the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ charger. Also make sure the
plug is inserted into a three prong grounded AC outlet.
3. PLUG the POWER INPUT CORD into the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ charging receptacle. (Fig. 1)
Fig. 1
4. Plug the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ 12V battery charger into a 110V AC power source.
5. The CHARGER INDICATOR LIGHT will illuminate confirming that power is connected to the charger.
If the light does not come on check all connections. If it still does not come on after checking all
connections, fuses and that your AC plug is working, unplug the charger and call Electra Customer
Service / Technical Support Toll-Free at 1-888-467-1234 M-F 10am - 9pm EST
6. DO NOT KEEP THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ CONNECTED TO THE CHARGER
FOR LONGER THAN 18 HOURS UNDER ANY CIRCUSTANCES! DOING SO COULD
CAUSE THE BATTERY OR CHARGER TO OVERHEAT AND CAUSE A FIRE.
7. When the light on the 12V charger light is red, the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ battery is being
properly charged. When the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ battery is fully charged, the light will
change to green. If this does not occur after approximately 16 hours of charging, unplug the
charger and call customer service. Normal Recharge Time for the main battery is 4-6 Hours
(assuming it is not 100% discharged before charging)
8. Disconnect the Input Cord from the Charging Receptacle.
9. Disconnect the charger from the 110V Power Source.
10. NEVER LEAVE THE BATTERY CHARGER CONNECTED TO THE 110V POWER SOURCE OR
THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ WHEN NOT CHARGING THE BATTERY. KEEPING THE
CHARGER PLUGGED INTO THE 110V POWER SOURCE AND NOT THE BATTERY COULD
CAUSE THE CHARGER TO OVERHEAT AND OR CAUSE A FIRE.
11. When storing your GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ for lengthy periods of time, the battery should
be charged at least once a month to avoid full battery depletion.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65
BATTERY POSTS, TERMINALS, POWER CORDS AND BRAKE CABLES MAY CONTAIN LEAD AND
LEAD COMPOUNDS, CHEMICALS KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER
AND REPRODUCTIVE HARM. WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING.
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STARTING INSTRUCTIONS
First, be sure there is pre-mixed gasoline the gas tank. If unsure about the gasoline mixture, refer
to the Gasoline/Oil Mixing Instructions section. Make sure both fuel lines are properly attached
to the carburetor. There is one main fuel line (black) and one primer bulb line (clear). If these
lines are not properly attached, the engine will not run.
1. Make sure battery is fully charged (see battery charging instructions)
*When using the electric starter feature, the battery on the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ must
be fully charged. To understand how to charge your battery, please see CHARGING THE
GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ BATTERY section.
2. Make sure ignition key is in ON position.
3. You will first need to prime the engine with fuel. The primer ball is located on the carburetor,
which is on the front of the engine. (Fig. 1)
Up/On
Down/Off
Primer Ball
Choke Lever
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
4. Pump the primer ball approximately 10 to 15 times, or until fuel is completely visible all
throughout the clear fuel line.
5. Pull the choke lever up, to the "ON" position. (Fig. 2)
Proceed to start the engine using either the Pull Start (Fig. 3)
or the Electric Start (Left brake lever must be engaged with Electric start feature) (Fig. 4)
*If engine does not start with choke Up/On, attempt to start with choke lever on Down/Off position
WHEN USING THE ELECTRIC STARTER FEATURE, THE LEFT BRAKE HANDLE MUST BE ENGAGED!
FAILURE TO ENGAGE THE LEFT BRAKE LEVER WILL NOT ALLOW THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™
TO START USING THE ELECTRICAL STARTER FEATURE!
6. Once the engine starts, allow it to run on its own and warm up for a few minutes. After a few
minutes push choke lever to Down/Off position.
Electric Starter Button
Pull Start
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
HAVING TROUBLE STARTING YOUR GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ ? See our trouble shooting tips
in this manual or call our Techline: 1-888-467-1234 M-F 10am - 9pm EST.
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SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
Technological breakthroughs have made components more complex than ever before, and the
pace of innovation is increasing. This on-going revolution makes it impossible for this manual to
provide all the information required to properly repair and/or maintain your GAS CHOPPER
SCOOTER™. In order to help minimize the chances of an accident and possible injury, it is critical
that you have all repair and maintenance work performed regularly.
For more detailed maintenance instructions or for ordering replacement parts please contact
Electra Customer Service / Technical Support Toll-Free at 1-888-467-1234 M-F 10am - 9pm EST
or visiting the company website at www.electraUSA.com. Local bicycle retail stores, which have
service facilities in your area, can also assist you with certain non-electrical repairs or
adjustments that you are not qualified to make or for which you do not have the specific or
specialized tools needed for repair.
HANDLE BARS ADJUSTMENTS
*Refer to Pre-Ride Adjustments in this manual (pg. 9)
LIGHT ADJUSTMENTS
*Refer to Pre-Ride Adjustments in this manual (pg. 9)
BACK REST ADJUSTMENTS
*Refer to Pre-Ride Adjustments in this manual (pg. 10)
REAR VIEW MIRROR ADJUSTMENTS
*Refer to Pre-Ride Adjustments in this manual (pg. 10)
FUSE REPLACEMENT
*Refer to Pre-Ride Adjustments in this manual (pg. 10)
BRAKES ADJUSTMENTS & MAINTENANCE
*Refer to Pre-Ride Adjustments in this manual (pg. 11)
DRIVE CHAIN ADJUSTMENTS & MAINTENANCE
*Refer to Pre-Ride Adjustments in this manual (pg. 12)
FRONT WHEEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
1. Loosen the front axle nuts (counter clockwise) (It is not necessary to completely remove the axle nuts)
2. Disengage the retention washers from their seated holes.
3. The front wheel will slide out and be ready for repair. Be sure to support the chopper during
this process to avoid any unnecessary damage to the forks or brake caliper.
4. After repair, reverse the above mentioned process for installation. Be sure that the axle
retention washers are seated properly in their holes before you tighten both front axle nuts.
REAR WHEEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT: Pay special attention to washers, spacers, and their placement on the axle.
1. Loosen the rear axle nuts (counter clockwise).
2. Loosen the chain adjustment eye bolts (counter clockwise) enough so that the wheel can slide forward.
3. Remove the two small bolts from the chain guard and remove the chain guard.
4. Remove brake support bolt on the left side
5. Slide the rear wheel forward so that the drive chain becomes very loose. Once the chain is
loose, you can remove it from the rear sprocket.
6. Remove the right axle nut. Slide the axle to the left while supporting the rear wheel.
7. Once the axle has been removed, you can remove the wheel from the swing arm
8. Reverse this process for installation of the rear wheel.
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SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
TIRE MAINTENANCE
Make sure that the air pressure for all tires is correct. If the tires have less than the recommended amount of
pressure, this may cause the unit the handle poorly or cause damage to the tires. Use an air pressure gauge
to check for the air pressure of the tire.
DO NOT USE GAS STATION AIR FILLING STATIONS AS THE PRESSURE IS USUALLY TOO HIGH AND THE
GAUGES ARE INACCURATE. OVER INFLATION OF THE TIRE COULD CAUSE A BLOW OUT AND CRASH.
A lubricant or oil should be applied to the wheel bearings monthly or more often if ridden in extremely
wet or dusty conditions.
THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ FRONT WHEEL UTILIZES RETENTION WASHERS TO KEEP THE FRONT
WHEEL FROM DISENGAGING IF THE AXLE NUTS ARE INSUFFICIENTLY TIGHTENED. RETENTION WASHER
ARE NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR CORRECT AXLE NUT TIGHTENING. PERMANENT REMOVAL OR DISABLING THE
RETENTION WASHERS IS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS AND MAY LEAD TO SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. IT ALSO
WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.
TIRE/TUBE REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR
1. Depress the valve stem and completely deflate the tire.
2. On the outside of each rim, there are several Allen bolts. Remove all three of these bolts. If you are
removing the front tire and tube, you will need to remove three long sensor magnets before you loosen the
three Allen bolts. Simply turn them counter-clockwise to remove them.
3. Remove each half of the rim from the tire. If it seems that the rim is difficult to pull off the tire, you can use
a flat tip screwdriver to pry the tire away from the rim.
4. Remove the tube.
5. Examine the inside of the tire.
6. If you are going to repair your existing tube, you will need to purchase a tube repair kit. These can be
purchased at any bicycle shop. To repair the tube, follow the instructions supplied with the tube repair kit.
7. Place your new/repaired tube inside of the tire with the valve stem pointing towards the center. Filling the
tube with a very small amount of air can aid in the proper placement of the tube.
8. Align each half of the rim so that the valve stem hole matches up perfectly with the valve stem.
9. Insert the three Allen bolts and tighten the wheel together.
10. Inflate the tire to the recommended 50PSI.
BE SURE THAT THE TUBE IS NOT PINCHED BETWEEN EACH RIM HALF AND TO REMOVE ANY DEBRIS OR
FOREIGN OBJECTS THAT MAY HAVE CAUSED THE TUBE TO PUNCTURE
IF THE TIRE IS CUT, YOU MUST REPLACE THE TIRE TO PREVENT ANY SUDDEN AND CATASTROPHIC FAILURE
CAUSING LOSS OF CONTROL, SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. Replacement parts are able to be purchased by
calling the Electra Customer Service at 1-888-967-1234 M-F 10am - 9pm EST or by visiting Electra's website
at www.electraUSA.com.
PATCHING A TUBE IS AN EMERGENCY REPAIR. CARELESS PATCHING OR APPLYING SEVERAL PATCHES CAN
SERIOUSLY WEAKEN THE TUBE, RESULTING IN POSSIBLE TUBE FAILURE, WHICH COULD CAUSE YOU TO
LOOSE CONTROL AND FALL. REPLACE A PATCHED TUBE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
RIDING YOUR GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ WITH A FLAT OR UNDER- INFLATED TIRE CAN SERIOUSLY
DAMAGE THE TIRE, RIM (WHEEL), TUBE, AND THE GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™. IT MAY ALSO CAUSE YOU TO
LOSE CONTROL AND FALL.
To order replacement and/or spare parts for your GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™, make sure you call the Electra
Customer Service / Technical Support Toll-Free Number 1-888-467-1234 M-F 10am - 9pm EST or view the
GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ replacement parts available at www.electraUSA.com.
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SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
GAS:OIL MAINTENANCE
*Refer to Pre-Ride Adjustments in this manual (pg. 14)
BATTERY MAINTENANCE
*Refer to battery charging instructions (pg. 15)
BATTERY RECYCLING
When maintained and used properly, (by following charging and storage guidelines), the Lead Acid Battery used in this
product has a normal life span of many miles. When the battery no longer holds a charge or is unable to be charged
properly, it should be removed from the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ and delivered to a recycling facility. State Laws prohibit
disposal of lead-acid batteries in everyday trash. Please contact your local solid waste or recycling authority for recycling
information in your area.
70-80 Weight
Gear Oil
CHECK/FILL TRANSMISSION BOX OIL
1. In order to check if there is transmission fluid
it must be drained.
2. Remove Fill Bolt(Fig.1)
3. Place Funnel with tube at Drain Bolt.
4. Remove Drain Bolt.
5. Drain oil into a clean container or pan
6. Re-Insert Drain Bolt and tighten
7. Fill Transimission Box with 70-80 Weight Gear Oil
until fluid fills just below the Transmission Box Oil
Fill Bolt.
Transmission Fill Bolt
GEAR OIL
Transmission Drain Bolt
(Located Below)
SPARK PLUG CHECK/REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT
Fig. 1
REMOVE SPARK PLUG:
1. Make sure key is not in ignition
2. Locate Spark Plug (Fig. 1)
3. Remove Spark Plug connector. Gently twist and pull off (Fig. 2)
4. Loosen Spark Plug with deep socket wrench then unscrew by hand (Fig. 3)
*(REPEAT STEPS TO REINSTALL SPARK PLUG)
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
Fig. 3
CHECKING SPARK PLUG
1. Make sure there is no oil build up or residue( If there is, spark plug must be replaced) (Fig. 4)
2. Make sure spark plug has proper spark plug gap of (.6mm - .7mm)
3. A spark plug gap measuring tool is needed to ensure proper spark plug gap (Fig. 5)
Check area
for oil build-up
& residue
Fig. 5
Spark Plug
NGK-BM6A
Fig. 4
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SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
GAS TANK REMOVAL/GAS DISPOSAL
TOOLS NEEDED:
1 Phillips Screwdriver
1 10mm wrench
1 Draining container or pan
REMOVE SEAT & GAS TANK COVER:
1. Locate seat screws under the back side of the seat(Fig. 1)
2. Remove screws from seat and pull up(Fig. 1)
3. Remove gas cap and screws from gas tank cover (Fig. 2) and lift up slightly to expose the ignition
wires(Fig. 3)
4. Unplug Ignition wire and pull off gas tank cover
Ignition Wires
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
Fig. 3
REMOVING GAS TANK
1. Remove fuel lines from gas tank (Fig. 3)
2. Keep gas tank supported to avoid spillage and remove screws (Fig. 4)
Fuel Lines
Primer Ball
Fig. 5
Fig. 4
REMOVING EXCESS FUEL FROM CARBURETOR
1. Place fuel lines in draining container or pan
2. Push primer ball until all excess fuel empties into draining container or pan (Fig.5).
OVERFLOW LINE
(CLEAR TUBE)
REINSTALLING FUEL LINES
1. Make sure fuel lines are properly snapped into tank.
2. Make sure the fuel line (Black) reaches the
bottom of tank (Fig. 6)
3. Make sure both fuels are connected to
carburetor and are not touching the motor.
FUEL LINES CANNOT RUB OR TOUCH AGAINST
THE MOTOR. FUEL LINES MAY MELT FROM HEAT
OF MOTOR.
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A.
GAS LINE MUST
REACH BOTTOM
OF TANK.
B.
Fig. 6
GAS LINE
IF GAS LINE DOES NOT REACH
(BLACK TUBE) BOTTOM OF TANK, MOTOR-BIKE
WILL NOT FUNCTION OR RUN
PROPERLY.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Problem
Solution
Engine is difficult to
start or does not
start at all:
1. Check the main fuse. Replace if necessary.
2. Check the fuel lines. Be sure it is full of fuel and that there are no bends or kinks
in the line. If large air bubbles are present in the fuel line, push the primer ball a
few more times or until the large air bubbles are no longer present.
3. Check the fuel filter. Inside the bike's gas tank is a fuel filter. Remove the filter
and examine it for signs of clogging. Replace if necessary.
4. Check the spark plug cap. Be sure all connections are clean and tight.
5. Check the spark plug for oil or gas build-up. Clean if necessary or replace
6. Check the spark plug gap clearance (0.6mm - 0.7mm).
7. Check for spark. Connect the spark plug wire to the spark plug. Do not screw
plug back into the motor. Slowly pull the manual pull start assembly. There should
be a small spark. If not, replace the spark plug or take your GAS CHOPPER
SCOOTER™ to a lawn mower shop or call the Electra Technical Support Line.
8. Be sure the fuel mixture ratio is correct. Too much oil in the gasoline will cause
the spark plug to foul.
9. Check the air filter. Be sure that the filter element is not clogged or dirty. Clean
or replace a dirty air filter element.
1. Check the choke. Make sure it is all the way down in the OFF position.
Engine starts but
Check the fuel line. Be sure it is full of fuel and that there are no bends or kinks
runs poorly or shuts 2.
in the line. If large air bubbles are present in the fuel line, push the primer ball a
down
few more times or until the large air bubbles are no longer present.
3. Check the fuel filter. Inside the bike's gas tank is a fuel filter. Remove the filter
and examine it for signs of clogging. Replace if necessary.
4. Check the gas tank cap. The gas cap has a small vent hole. If this hole is
clogged, the engine will run poorly.
5. Check the spark plug for oil or gas build-up. Clean if necessary or replace
6. Check the spark plug gap clearance (0.6mm - 0.7mm).
7. Examine the muffler and exhaust. Be sure that the muffler is not clogged with
carbon and oily build-up.
Poor Acceleration
1. Gradually turn throttle to accelerate to desired speed
2. Check if brakes are adjusted too tight
3. Tires need air
4. Drive chain is too tight
5. Make sure your using the proper Gas:Oil mixture
6. Rider is too heavy
Poor braking
1. Adjust front and rear brakes. Wheels should not turn when brakes are engaged
Electric start doesn’t
work
1. Make sure to engage left brake when starting
2. Make sure battery is fully charged
Battery won’t charge
1.Check/Replace fuse
2. Battery is dead/Replace battery
3. Check charger light indicator for power. light is red while charging and green
when charged.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
To order replacement and/or spare parts for your GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER ™., make sure
you call the Electra Customer Service / Technical Support Toll-Free Number 1-888-467-1234
M-F 10am - 9pm EST or view the GAS CHOPPER SCOOTER™ replacement parts available at
www.electraUSA.com.
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STORAGE
STORING YOUR GAS CHOPPER SCOOTERTM
Proper storage preparation is essential for keeping your GAS CHOPPER SCOOTERTM trouble free
and in good working order. The following steps will help you keep rust and corrosion from
impairing your racer's function and appearance and will make the engine easier to start when
used again.
STORAGE PRECAUTIONS
If your chopper will be stored with a gasoline mixture in the fuel tank and carburetor, it is
important to reduce the hazard of gasoline vapor ignition. Select a well-ventilated storage area
away from any appliance that operates with a flame, such as a furnace, water heater, or clothes
dryer. Also avoid any area with a spark-producing electric motor, or where power tools are
operated.
Keep the chopper upright during storage. Tilting can cause fuel or oil leakage.
FUEL
Gasoline will oxidize and deteriorate during long-term storage. Deteriorated gasoline will make
it difficult to start the engine and it may leave gum deposits that clog the fuel system. If the
gasoline mixture in your engine deteriorates during long-term storage, you may need to have
the carburetor, and other fuel systems components, serviced or replaced.
The length of time that the gasoline mixture can be left in you fuel tank and carburetor without
causing functional problems will vary with such factors as gasoline blend, your storage
temperatures, and whether the fuel tank is partially or completely filled. The air in a partially
filled fuel tank promotes fuel deterioration. Fuel problems may occur within a few months, or
even less if the gasoline mixture was not fresh when you filled the fuel tank.
Fuel system damage or engine performance problems resulting from neglected storage
preparation are not covered under the warranty.
IT IS ESSENTIAL TO REMOVE GASOLINE MIXTURE FROM YOUR TANK & CARBURETOR IN
PREPARATION FOR LONG-TERM STORAGE. PLEASE FOLLOW GAS REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS IN
THIS MANUAL (PG 20)
REMOVAL FROM LONG-TERM STORAGE
If the fuel was drained during storage preparation, fill the tank with a fresh gasoline/oil mixture.
If the sparkplug was removed or not prepared properly for storage, be sure to replace or properly
clean the sparkplug before operation.
Use caution when cleaning the chopper after storage. Using a garden hose or pressure washing
equipment can force water into the air cleaner or muffler opening. Water in the air cleaner will
soak the air filter, and water that passes through the air filter or muffler can enter the cylinder,
causing damage. The manufacturer suggests wiping down the chopper with a damp cloth to
remove and dust, dirt, etc.
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WARRANTY INFO
30 Day Limited Warranty
Electra Accessories, Inc. ("Electra" the distributor) warrants to the original
retail purchaser ("you") that the Electra product for which this warranty
has been issued is free from defects in material and workmanship for 30
days from the date of original retail purchase. This warranty is not
transferable to a subsequent purchaser. Electra's sole obligation under
this warranty is to repair or replace the product, at Electra's option.
Electra must be notified in writing of any claim under this warranty
within 15 days of any claimed lack of conformity of the product.
Warranty Limitations
The duration of any implied warranty or condition, of merchantability,
fitness for a particular purpose, or otherwise, on this product shall be
limited to the duration of the express warranty set forth above. In no
event shall Electra be liable for any loss, inconvenience or damage,
whether direct, incidental, consequential or otherwise, resulting from
breach of any express or implied warranty or condition, of
merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or otherwise with
respect to this product, except as set forth herein. Some states or
countries do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts
and some do not allow exclusions or limitations of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not
apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
also have other rights, which may vary, from location to location. This
warranty will be interpreted pursuant to the laws of the United States.
The original English language version/meaning of this warranty controls
over all translations and Electra is not responsible for any errors in
translation of this warranty or any product instructions. This warranty is
not intended to confer any additional legal, jurisdictional or warranty
rights to you other that those set forth herein or required by law. If any
portion of this warranty is held to be invalid or unenforceable for any
reason, such finding will not invalidate any other provision. For products
purchased in countries other than the United States please contact
Electra's authorized distributor in that respective country.
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WARRANTY INFO
Warranty Service Options
To obtain service under this warranty you must Call our Toll-Free Number at 1-888-467-1234
M-F 10am - 9pm EST for Customer Service/Technical Support on your Electra Product
BEFORE returning your Electra Product back to the place of purchase. If you return your
Electra Product for warranty service you must obtain a return authorization number by
calling Electra at 1-888-467-1234 M-F 10am - 9pm EST. Send your Electra product (with the
return authorization number on the outside of the shipping container and affixed to the
product), together with the retail seller's original receipt or other satisfactory proof of the
date of purchase to:
Electra Accessories Inc.
2 Corporate Drive Cranbury, New Jersey 08512 USA
www.electraUSA.com / CustomerServiceNJ@ElectraUSA.com
THE ELECTRA PRODUCT MUST BE RETURNED IN ITS ORIGINAL BOX, ALONG WITH ALL KEYS,
CHARGER, MIRRORS & LOCKS, FLOOR MATS, AND ANY OTHER ACCESSORIES THAT CAME
WITH YOUR UNIT. DUE TO TRANSPORTATION AND RECLAMATION ISSUES, IF THE ELECTRA
PRODUCT IS NOT IN THE ORIGINAL PACKAGE IT MAY NOT BE RETURNED UNDER ANY
CIRCUMSTANCES.
Any postage, insurance or other shipping costs incurred in sending your Electra product for
service under either option above is your responsibility. Electra will not be responsible for
products lost or damaged in shipping.
For products purchased in countries other than the United States please contact Electra's
authorized distributor in the country where the product was purchased. They can be found
on our website at www.electraUSA.com
Warranty Exclusions are listed below:
l
Retailers and sellers of Electra products are not authorized to modify this warranty in any
way. It is your responsibility to regularly examine the product to determine the need for
normal service or replacement. This warranty does not cover the following:
l
Products that have been modified, neglected or poorly maintained, used for commercial
purposes, misused or abused or involved in accidents.
l
Damage occurring during shipment of the products (such claims must be presented directly
to the shipper).
l
Damage to products resulting from improper assembly or repair, the use or installation of
parts or accessories not compatible with the original intended use of the product, or the
failure to follow the product warnings and usage instructions.
l
Damage or deterioration to the surface finish, aesthetics or appearance of the product.
l
The labor required to remove and/or re-fit and re-adjust the item covered by this warranty.
l
Normal wear to the product.
l
Any products for which the consumer does not follow the warranty procedures outlined
above.
For the current version of this warranty please visit our website at www.electraUSA.com
(© 7/20/04 Electra Accessories, Inc.)
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RETURN POLICY
10 DAY RETURN/EXCHANGE POLICY
THIS WRITTEN POLICY SUPERCEDES ANY OTHER PREVIOUS POLICY, WRITTEN OR IMPLIED.
THIS WARRANTY IS TO BE POSTED AT THE STORE LEVEL IN PLAIN SIGHT OF THE CONSUMER.
ALL ELECTRA ACCESSORIES PRODUCTS PURCHASED AT RETAIL AFTER JUNE 30, 2004 ARE
COVERED UNDER THIS 10 DAY RETURN POLICY
ALL ELECTRA ACCESSORIES PRODUCTS ARE EXCHANGEABLE OR RETURNABLE FOR ANY
REASON TO THE RETAIL POINT OF PURCHASE, IF ACCOMPANIED BY A STORE RECEIPT, FOR A
PERIOD OF TEN (10) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE. TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR RETURN OR
EXCHANGE, ALL ELECTRA ACCESSORIES PRODUCTS MUST BE IN LIKE NEW CONDITION, IN
THE ORIGINAL BOX, ALONG WITH ALL ACCESSORIES THAT INCLUDE, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO,
KEYS, MIRRORS, TOOL KITS, LOCKS, MANUALS, FUSES, CHARGERS, ETC. ALL RACER
PRODUCTS MUST HAVE THE KEYS REMOVED FROM THE KEY SLOT AND ATTACHED WITH A
ZIP TIE TO THE HANDLE BARS, THE FUSE REMOVED, AND THE BATTERY DISCONNECTED
EITHER BY THE QUICK DISCONNECT, OR BY REMOVING THE BATTERY LEADS AND COVERING
THE TERMINALS WITH TAPE. IN COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL REGULATIONS, IF THE
RETURNED UNIT IS GAS, THE FUEL MUST BE DRAINED FROM THE TANK, AND THE FUEL LINES
IN SUCH A WAY AS TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT FROM CONTAMINATING SOIL OR
WATER RESOURCES. GAS RACER PRODUCTS THAT ARE RETURNED TO THE RETAIL POINT OF
PURCHASE WITH FUEL IN THE TANK, OR IN THE FUEL LINES, ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR RETURN
OR EXCHANGE.
DURING THE TEN (10) DAY RETURN/EXCHANGE PERIOD, ALL ELECTRA ACCESSORIES
PRODUCTS ARE ALSO COVERED BY A THIRTY (30) DAY WARRANTY ON PARTS. THE
WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER THE COST OF LABOR ON ANY PRODUCT FOR ANY REASON.
THE CURRENT 30 DAY WARRANTY IS AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET BY VISITING
WWW.ELECTRAUSA.COM OR BY CALLING THE ELECTRA ACCESSORIES TOLL FREE
CUSTOMER SUPPORT NUMBER AT (888) 467-1234.
AFTER THE THIRTY (30) DAY WARRANTY, REPLACEMENT PARTS MAY BE PURCHASED ON THE
INTERNET BY VISITING WWW.ELECTRAUSA.COM OR BY CALLING THE ELECTRA ACCESSORIES
TOLL FREE CUSTOMER SUPPORT NUMBER AT (888) 467-1234. CUSTOMERS ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COST OF THE PART(S) NEEDED, AND ANY APPLICABLE UPS, FED EX,
OR USPS SHIPPING CHARGES THAT APPLY. .
ELECTRA OR THE RETAIL STORE MAY REFUSE ANY RETURN OR EXCHANGE IF THE PRODUCT
IN QUESTION APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN NEGLECTED BY THE OWNER OR IF THE PRODUCT
HAS BEEN DAMAGED OR IF THE CONSUMER FAILED TO COMPLY WITH THE WRITTEN
INSTRUCTION MANUAL, THIS 10 DAY RETURN POLICY OR THE ELECTRA 30 DAY WARRANTY
TERMS. RETAILERS AND SELLERS OF ELECTRA PRODUCTS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO
MODIFY THIS RETURN/EXCHANGE POLICY OR WARRANTY IN ANY WAY.
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