Blata Elite 14 - 4 Service manual

Noise emitted by machinery and equipment (Minibike BLATA ELITE 14) - Measurement of emission sound pressure levels at a work station
and at other specified positions. Levels measured by authorized person ( TUV CZ s.r.o.). Test record (no. : 814/90/06/BT/IZ/H) is deposited
with producer.
RPM
2600 rpm (idling speed)
11 000 rpm
Average level of the acoustic pressure A at
a work station (ČSN EN ISO 11202)
LAeq = 82,8 dB
LAeq = 106,8 dB
Total average level of the acoustic power
(ČSN EN ISO 3744)
LWA [dB (A)] = 87,2 dB
LWA [dB (A)] = 112,9 dB
SAFETY WARNING
Always pay attention to the instructions and safety warnings below
This manual contains important safety information and instructions which should be read
carefully before operating the vehicle. For your own safety and the safety of others follow
these rules.
Neither manufacturer nor distributor is responsible for injuries caused by unsafe and improper
use of the vehicle.
This vehicle is not allowed to be used on public roads!
Unsafe and careless use of the vehicle can result in serious injuries. The driver can
minimize the potential risks by wearing safety equipment. The driver must wear a
safety helmet, goggles, gloves, elbow pads, kneepads, and firm footwear. Avoid rough
surfaces and obstacles. Always drive with both hands on the handlebars.
Always inspect the bike before each ride (refer to the article ‘INSPECTION AND
MAINTENANCE’). Failure to inspect and maintain your bike properly increases the risk
of an accident or damage to the vehicle.
Fuel and fuel vapour are highly toxic and flamable. Always be careful when handling
fuel – it can burn or poison you.
stop the engine and turn off the fuel tap, keep naked flames and sparks away
from your bike.
do not smoke near your bike.
refuel only outdoors in a well ventilated space
clean up any excess fuel immediately
keep children and pets away
Always ride within the limits of vehicle/ rider and weather conditions to
unnecessary accidents and injuries.
avoid
Check-ups
Shut the engine off when performing maintenance check-ups otherwise You could be
severely injured if your hands or clothing get caught by moving parts.
Make sure the engine and exhaust are cold before performing any inspection of this
machine
Riding with a chain in poor condition or improperly adjusted can lead to serious injury.
Always, Inspect, Adjust and Maintain the drive chain properly before each ride.
Failure to inspect and properly maintain the brakes increases the risk of having an
accident. Before each ride check the brake cables and the brakes efficiency.
Riding with worn brake pads can reduce the braking performance and cause an
accident. Check and replace brake pads according to the instructions in this manual.
Using worn, improperly inflated, or incorrect tyres will reduce stability and can cause
an accident.
DISPOSAL OF UNUSABLE PRODUCT
Unusable product become a waste and it’s desposal should be in accordance with
the law and any applicable local regulations. Don’t throw this product to municipal
waste.
MINIBIKE – ELITE14 – 4,2
SERVICE MANUAL FOR USE AND MAINTENANCE AND SPARE PARTS LIST
For your own safety and the safety of others Follow these recommendations in order to use
your MINIBIKE safely and correctly. Read the instructions CAREFULLY, failure to do so may
place yourself and others in extreme and or ultimate DANGER. If you do not understand the
instructions and Data then, you are not to attempt to operate this Minibike under any
circumstances. It may be used for show purposes only!
CONTENTS
PAGE
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................ 2
TECHNICAL DATA ........................................................................................................ 2
UNPACKING AND SETTING UP BEFORE RIDING ..................................................... 3
SAFETY.......................................................................................................................... 3
BEFORE STARTING...................................................................................................... 3
STARTING THE ENGINE - FIG. 2 ................................................................................. 4
CARBURETOR - FIG. 3 ................................................................................................. 4
RIDING .......................................................................................................................... 4
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................... 5
CHAIN SETTING AND MAINTENANCE ....................................................................... 5
CENTRIFUGAL CLUTCH REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT ............................................. 5
BRAKES ADJUSTING - FIG. 4...................................................................................... 6
FRONT BRAKES PADS REPLACEMENT .................................................................... 6
REAR BRAKES PADS REPLACEMENT ...................................................................... 6
MINIBIKE ELITE 14 – 4,2 - FIG. 5 ............................................................................. 7,8
PARTS LIST .............................................................................................................. 9,10
ENGINE BLATA – FIG. 10 .......................................................................................... 11
CLUTCH COMPLETE - FIG. 6 .................................................................................... 12
FRONT AND REAR BRAKES - FIG. 7 ........................................................................ 13
REMOVE AND REFIT THE FRONT WHEEL............................................................... 14
REMOVE AND REFIT THE REAR WHEEL ................................................................. 14
REPLACEMENT OF PINION - FIG. 9 ......................................................................... 14
REPLACEMENT OF TIRE .......................................................................................... 15
REMOVE AND REFIT AIR FILTER ............................................................................. 15
CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT – FIG. 8 ............................................................................... 15
TORQUE SETTINGS.................................................................................................... 16
STORAGE PROCEDURE ..... ..................................................................................... 17
1
INTRODUCTION
The Minibike Elite 14 – 4,2 is designed and built for use on a paved closed
circuit track. The track should be clean and without obstacles of any kind.
Qualified adults and younger persons can drive the minibike. Children can
drive the minibike only under the supervision of a responsible adult person.
The minibike is constructed especially for racing competitions on special
racing tracks. Minibike Blata should not be used during winter season and
under bad weather conditions. Usage under these conditions leads to
abnormal mechanical wear and corrosion of most minibike parts - especially
those directly exposed to climatic influences. Beside that, riding under these
conditions increase the risk of injury or health damage.
The minibike uses a single-cylinder two-stroke, Gasoline combustion engine,
and has an air filter and exhaust silencer. Transfer of power to the rear wheel is
through a drive chain. The the overall drive ratio to the rear wheel can be
changed by the replacement of chain sprockets. The front and rear wheel is
equipped with disk brakes. The rear brake is controlled with the left lever and
the front brake is controlled with the right lever on the handlebars.
BASIC TECHNICAL DATA
ENGINE:
FRAME:
BRAKES:
WHEELS:
TIRE:
FUEL:
SPEED:
BLATA ......................................................................TWO-STROKE
NUMBER OF CYLINDERS .............................................................. 1
CYLINDER CAPACITY ........................................................ 39,8 cc
ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM.......................................AIR COOLED
POWER OUTPUT ........................................... 3,1 kW at 10 300 rpm
TORQUE ......................................................... 3,1 Nm at 9 000 rpm
CARBURETOR ............................................... SHA 14 DELL’ ORTO
FUEL ADMISION ............ REED VALVE DIRECT TO CRANKCASE
IGNITION.............................................................. CONTACT - LESS
SPARK PLUG .................................................................NGK B9 ES
STARTING .........................................HAND PULL TYPE, MANUAL
CLUTCH ............................................. CENTRIFUGAL AUTOMATIC
WELDED ......................................... HIGH STRESS STEEL TUBES
FRONT WHEEL ........................................................ DISC BRAKES
REAR WHEEL........................................................... DISC BRAKES
FRONT .........................................OF LIGHT ALLOY 2,1”x 6,5”- 90
REAR ........................................ OF LIGHT ALLOY 2,3”x 6,5” – 130
FRONT ................................................................... SIZE 90/65 - 6,5”
REAR ....................................................... 110/50 - 6,5”, 90/65 - 6,5”
MIXTURE OF PETROL 95÷98 OCTANE + 2T SYNTHETIC OIL
MIXING RATIO (after break in period) ..................................... 33 : 1
TANK CAPACITY .....................................................................1 Litre
WITH THE INSTALLED RATIO: .................... up to 50mph( 80km/h)
UNLOADED WEIGHT: ............................................................... (47,3lbs.) 21,5 kg
CARRYING CAPACITY:.................................................................(240lbs) 110 kg
DIMENSIONS: L x W x H……………………..37,7”x20”x21,2” (960x500x540mm)
2
UNPACKING AND SETTING UP BEFORE RIDING
The minibike is delivered in a cardboard carton and packed with folded
handlebars and brake levers. After unpacking, set up the handlebars into the
position, that suits the best for driving. The maximum pulled brake lever
position should not touch on the handlebar grip. After setting up, tighten the
handlebar bolts 1, brake lever bolts 2, and the throttle assy. Bolts. See, Fig. 1.
The level of foot rest’s can be regulated by loosening the bolt M5 (914.003.01)
on the handle of the foot rest (139.001.01). The foot rest can be moved to the
front or back position. It is recommended to try and check the position of
handlebars and foot rest’s individually. While tightening the bolts and nuts, do
not use an excessive force as to not damage the threads, or distort the tubes
and other parts. Verify the smooth and perfect function of the Bowden cables
to throttle and both brakes. Fill the fuel tank with fuel. (Gas-oil mix) Failure to
use the proper oil mix ratio will result in Engine damage for which you will be
responsible.
Fig. 1
Operating controls:
6
1
5
3
4
1. Handlebar bolts
2. Brake lever bolts
3. Throttle Assy. bolts
4. Stop switch
5. Front brake lever
6. Rear brake lever
2
Range of adjusting handlebars
function position
1
SAFETY
The minibike is unsuitable for public road use. It does not comply with valid
Safety Standards. Unsafe and careless use of a minibike can result in serious
injuries. The driver can minimize the potential risks by wearing the Safety
Equipment. The driver must wear safety helmet, goggles, gloves, elbow pads,
kneepads, and firm footwear. The minibike cannot be used on wet, icy or oily
surfaces. Avoid uneven surfaces and obstacles. Drive with two hands on the
handlebars.
BEFORE STARTING
It is strongly recommended to follow all the instructions about the break-in
period to promote engine reliability and long life. Break-in period of the
minibike is complete after the consumption of five full fuel tanks. It is important
to use fuel mixture of petrol 95 or higher Octane with 2-stroke synthetic oil in
the ratio 30:1 and after break-in period a ratio of 33 :1. Mix the petrol and oil
completely before putting it into the fuel tank. During the break-in period do
not run the engine at maximum RPM and do not allow the engine to overheat.
Check the tire inflation – 200 kPa (2 bars) or (28 to 30psi) to be commensurate
with the driver’s weight. The Tyre pressure should never exceed 2,5 bars,
(38psi) in either the front or rear wheel.
3
STARTING THE ENGINE
Engine starting should be done only on the stand - Fig. 2. Fill the fuel tank and
close it with the filler cap. Open the Gas petcock. Set the petrol supply cock.
Set the choke lever into position “C”, Fig. 3. Without turning the accelerating
handle, pull gently twice the starting wire and by next guick pull start the
engine. It is not allowed to pull the starting wire up to full winding off. The
choke lever will turn back to the position “A” automaticaly by turning the
accelerating lever after a short engine run . Let the engine run about 1 min.
Leave the minibike on the stand with running engine and if necessary adjust
the revolutions so the rear wheel is not turning. For adjustment use the
adjustment screw No. 3 on the carburetor Fig. 3.
Fig. 2
1
A
FIG. 3: CARBURETOR
2
3
1. Suction chamber
2. Carburetor body
3. Adjusting screw of no-load run
4. Float chamber
4
A – Cock position for riding
C – Cock position for cold starting
RIDING
Remove the minibike from the stand to sit on the seat. When seated, then
slowly rotate the throttle grip to start riding. Before braking, rotate the Throttle
grip to the off or idle position and lightly depress the rear brake lever with left
hand and then the front brake lever with right hand. Beware to not skid the
wheels. The minibike engine is switched off by pushing the red button (Engine
stop switch) on the handlebars. It is necessary to check the tightness of bolts
and nuts, especially of the engine, and the brake settings after the first ride and
often during the break in period.
4
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Periodic maintenance is the best way to help the machine perform well, give longevity and
provide safety and low cost operation. In addition, you will be spared from many worries from
self caused problems, resulting from poor maintinence or no maintinence.
A - Before every ride:
1. Check the Cables and efficiency of brakes.
2. Check the lubrication and chain tension settings. The chain free play should
be (5 mm) (.200in) After every ride clean the minibike carefully and keep it
clean. Do not use aggressive cleaning detergents.
3. After 1-hour of use, wash the air filter in air drying spirits and lubricate it
with special oil for air filters.
4. After 1- hour of use, check the state of the clutch pads. Review the clutch
adlustment.
B. After every 5 hours of riding:
5.Check the tightness of all bolts and nuts. Tighten with a properly adjusted
torgue wrench only ! For torgue settings see tables on page 16.
5. Wash the air filter in gas and lubricate it with special oil for an air filters to
better catch the dust.
6. Clean carefully the carburetor float chamber.
7. Check the brake pads, the thickness of brake lining cannot be less than 1
mm (.039 in). Review the basic brake adjustment.
8. Check the state of the clutch pads - the thickness cannot be less than 1
mm (.039in). Review the clutch adjustment.
C - Every time after 10 hours of riding:
9. Check the state of the clutch pads - the thickness cannot be less than 1 mm
(.039in).
CHAIN SETTING AND MAINTENANCE
To set the chain tension, loosen the Nut (920.011.01) of the axel thru the rear
wheel and the nut (914.021.01) of the rear Caliper anchor plate. The required
chain tension (chain free play ) is (5 mm) (.200in) and is performed by equal
movement of the Axel adjustor plate (153.033.00) on the both sides of the rear
wheel. When the adjustment is correct, tighten the Axel nuts and the Caliper
holding nut. Tighten the adjustor plate nuts both sides an extra nip, just to set
them firmly. It is important to lubricate the chain regularly, to avoid excess
wear and prolong effective lifetime. The lubrication is important after every ride
on a wet surface. It is recommended to lubricate the minibike with special
chain spray. If chain replacement is necessary, check both chain Sprockets
and if there is a need to change them do it together with the chain.
CENTRIFUGAL CLUTCH PARTS, REPLACEMENT
Remove the chain guard by loosing two bolts M6 (916.020.01), Fig. 5. Loosen
the chain and remove it from the sprocket. Next, loosen three bolts holding the
aluminum clutch housing. Remove it together with steel clutch basket, and
dismantle it. Loosen the bolt from the carrier and remove the clutch from the
engine. Loosen and remove the adjustable bolts and springs. Then dismantle
the safety rings from pins. When all this is done, replace with new clutch
slipper shoes and springs (if required), at this time. During the reassembly
process follow these steps: 1. put the plate with the springs on the slipper
shoes. 2. Put the plate against the carrier and mount it on the fixed pins.
Fit it with the safety rings and install the adjustable bolts.
5
ADJUSTING THE BRAKES
Small incremental brake adjustment
Free play at the handlebar lever is effected by turning the knurled end on the
cable adjustor. This will allow the lever to be set at the nominal to ¼ inch of
free lever movement.
Basic brake adjusting:
Screw in the knurled cable adjustor at the brake lever (512.004.00) so the cable
is in it’s most slack starting position.. At the caliper, loosen the nut, No. 3 and
tighten the adjustable bolt No. 4, so the wheel cannot turn. Back off bolt No. 4
about ¼ to ½ of a turn and fix it with lock nut No. 3. Do not use the cable
retainer No. 5 for adjusting the brakes!
Fig. 4
3
4
FRONT BRAKE PADS REPLACEMENT - FIG. 7
First screw in the knurled cable adjustor at the right brake lever (512.004.00) on
the handlebars to the starting position (slackened cabled). Loosen the nut
(332.020.00) and turn the adjustable bolt (916.065.02) in the way that by
pressing the front brake lever, the lever (312.017.00) will be over the bolt head
M5 (312.018.00), which protects brake pads and spring of pads (312.020.00).
Unbolt this bolt and replace the old brake pads with new ones. When mounting
the brake pads place the brake spring against both pads, so they are pressed
into the front direction. While replacing the brake pads do not loosen bolts M5
(914.001.01) on the driving pins and do not loosen the cable retainer!
REAR BRAKE PADS REPLACEMENT - FIG. 7
First screw in the knurled cable adjustor at the left brake lever (512.005.00) on
the handlebars to the starting position (slackended cable). Loosen the nut
(320.020.00) and turn the adjustable bolt (916.065.02) all the way out. Unbolt the
nut M10 (920.011.01) of the back axel, push it out and dismantle the rear wheel
from the Swingarm. Push out the brake from driving pins, that will loosen the
brake pads and replace the old ones at this time. While replacing the brake
pads do not loosen bolts M5 (914.001.01) on the driving pins and do not loosen
the cable retainer! During the mounting follow all these instructions in the
reverse direction and then perform basic adjusting of the brakes.
6
7
8
180.000.00
110.080.76
110.002.10
120.041.00
120.089.00
150.001.00
150.004.00
150.004.01
150.004.02
150.004.03
150.063.10
150.064.00
150.065.00
150.069.00
150.069.01
150.069.02
150.069.03
150.070.00
150.073.00
150.075.30
150.090.10
310.040.00
330.005.00
330.008.00
330.010.00
330.011.00
330.015.00
330.016.00
330.017.00
330.018.01
330.021.00
330.022.00
330.023.00
330.024.00
330.025.00
330.028.01
330.029.00
330.030.00
330.032.00
330.039.00
330.040.00
330.045.00
330.046.00
330.047.00
330.049.00
330.051.00
330.052.00
330.053.00
330.055.00
330.056.00
330.058.00
330.059.00
330.066.01
330.067.00
330.068.00
330.076.00
330.077.00
330.078.00
MINIBIKE ELITE 14 - 4,2
MINIBIKE ELITE 14 - 4,2
ENGINE
JET 76
CARBURETOR SHA14 / 12
STARTER ROPE
JETS SET (68-88)
ENGINE COMPLETE
PISTON COMPLETE -A
PISTON COMPLETE -B
PISTON COMPLETE -C
PISTON COMPLETE -D
ENGINE BLOCK GASKET SET
EXHAUST SEALING
ENGINE PROPER
CYLINDER-A
CYLINDER-B
CYLINDER-C
CYLINDER-D
CYLINDER+ PISTON COMPLETE
CYLINDER HEAD COMPLETE -AIR
EXHAUST COMPLETE
CYLINDER SEALING SET
HEAD HOLDER SILENT BLOCK
PISTON RING
WRIST PIN
STARTER LEVER - CHOCKE
CRANK SHAFT
CLUTCH SUBBASE
CYLINDER HEAD HOLDER SET
CLUTCH SHOE
CLUTCH CASE
CLUTCH SPRING 2.5 x 6.5
SPRING PLATE
STARTER LEVER SPRING
CLUTCH BASKET
DISTANCE WASHER
CLUTCH CASE
PINION 6 TEETH
CLUTCH SHOES COMPL. (3 LEVERS)
CLUTCH COMPLETE
SPACER - PISTON
STARTER COMPLETE
STARTER CASE
GROMMET
STARTER SPRING
STARTER RATCHET WHEEL
SILENT BLOCK TUBE
INTAKE GASKET
INTAKE BRANCH
FLANGE
INTAKE BRANCH COMPLETE
DIAPHRAGM COMPLETE
DIAPHRAGM - WHITE (PAIR)
ENGINE BLOCK GASKET SET
COIL (MAGNETO) HOLDER
SPACER
SILENCER
SILENCER MASS
CARBURETOR SEALING RING
9
330.083.00
330.085.00
330.091.00
510.005.00
331.001.03
331.014.00
331.024.00
152.006.00
312.003.00
312.010.01
312.015.01
312.016.00
312.017.00
312.018.00
512.060.00
312.020.00
312.021.00
312.025.00
312.028.01
312.029.00
312.030.00
312.031.00
312.035.00
312.036.00
312.037.00
312.038.00
312.040.02
312.041.00
332.001.00
332.003.00
332.020.00
332.040.00
512.005.00
512.004.00
512.016.50
512.019.01
113.015.00
133.002.09
133.010.09
133.014.00
153.033.00
313.002.00
313.005.00
313.010.02
313.011.02
313.020.02
313.021.02
513.005.01
513.011.04
513.011.05
513.011.06
154.015.00
184.001.00
184.002.00
184.003.00
AIR FILTER LI - 60
BEARING CASE
CYLINDER GASKET - 4 PCS
STARTER ROPE HAND HOLDER
FRAME
FRAME VARNISHED
SPROCKED GUARD
HANDLEBAR RETAINER
BRAKES
FRONT BRAKE PADS 130 - PAIR
BRAKE CABLE/SLEEVE ASSY
BRAKE COMPLETE
BRAKE CASE
CABLE RETAINER
LIFTER LEVER
MODIFIED SCREW
SPRING -RIGHT
BRAKE PADS SPRING
SPACER L=12
REAR BRAKE PADS -PAIR
BRAKE HOLDER COMPLETE
SPRING -LEFT
BRAKE CASE
BRAKE COMPLETE
SPACER 6.1 x 14 x 3
LIFTER - LEFT
LIFTER - RIGHT
BRAKE SHAFT
BRAKE DISK 3 x 119
SPACER 10.5 x 18 x 3
FRONT BRAKE HOLDER COMPLETE
BRAKE CABLE/SLEEVE ASSY
BRAKE NUT
BRAKE DISK 3 x 129
BRAKE LEVER - LEFT
BRAKE LEVER - RIGHT
CABLE RETAINER
WASHER
WHEELS
SPACER L=14.5
TIRE 90/65 - 6.5" Rad.
TIRE 110/50 - 6.5" Rad.
WHEEL AXLE
CHAIN STRETCHER COMPLETE
VALVE 90°- TUBELESS
WHEEL AXLE
RIM/HUB ASSY 2,1"- 6,5"- 90
RIM/HUB ASSY 2,3"- 6,5"-130
WHEEL COMPLETE W/O TIRE 2,1"- 6,5"- 90
WHEEL COMPLETE W/O TIRE 2,3"- 6,5"-130
AXLE SPACER L=7
AXLE SPACER L=84.5
AXLE SPACER L=76.3
AXLE SPACER L=117.3
BODY
CHAIN GUARD
GLASS BODY COMPLETE NON VARNISHED
GLASS BODY COMPLETE VARNISHED
FAIRING NON VARNISHED
184.004.00
184.006.00
184.007.00
314.010.00
314.011.00
334.009.01
514.008.00
115.011.00
115.014.00
115.015.00
155.002.00
345.100.00
115.020.00
315.010.00
315.011.00
335.001.20
335.025.00
335.026.00
335.032.01
335.033.01
335.035.00
347.010.68
517.001.38
128.003.04
158.002.00
338.001.00
338.005.00
518.001.00
119.003.00
119.005.00
119.008.00
119.009.00
119.010.00
119.011.00
119.020.00
119.035.00
129.002.02
129.002.08
339.006.00
129.007.00
129.008.00
129.009.00
129.017.00
139.001.02
139.001.03
139.010.01
189.002.00
189.004.00
329.001.01
339.010.00
339.012.00
339.012.01
349.027.00
519.023.00
519.024.00
970.005.00
SEAT-TAIL ASSEMBLY NON VARNISHED
FAIRING VARNISHED
SEAT-TAIL ASSEMBLY VARNISHED
FRONT FENDER NON VARNISHED
FRONT FENDER VARNISHED
WINDSHIELD + RIVETS
RUBBER WASHER 6,5 x 23,5 x 4
STEERING
THROTTLE TWIST GRIP
BOWDEN DUST GUARD
HAND-GRIPS (PAIR)
GAS CABLE/SLEEVE ASSY
CAP 22
NUT
FORK WITH BRAKE HOLDER
RIGHT FORK
HANDLEBAR COMPLETE
FORKS HOLDER ABOVE- COMPLETE (w 130)
FORKS HOLDER BELOW -COMPLETE (w 130)
HANDLEBAR HOLDER, LEFT COMPLETE
HANDLEBAR HOLDER, RIGHT COMPLETE
REDUCTION SLEEVE 28 / 22
TRANSMISSION
SPROCKET 68 TEETH
CHAIN 138 LINKS
ELECTRIC COMPONENTS
SPARK PLUG NGK B 9 ES
ROTOR COMPLETE
IGNITION COMPLETE
SPARK PLUG CAP
KILL SWITCH
OTHER PARTS
SPACER L=25.8
CHAIN ROLLER
GAS TANK WITH CAP
GAS TANK W/O CAP
GAS TANK CAP
RUBBER FRAME PAD
STAND
WASHER 6.4 x 18 x 1
SPACER L=12
SPACER L=19
FUEL HOSE 12/175
HOSE CLAMP 11/7
K
HOSE CLAMP 12/8
J
HOSE CLAMP 10/7
H
WASHER 6.4 x 16 x 1
ADJUSTABLE FOOT REST -RIGHT
ADJUSTABLE FOOT REST -LEFT
ADJUSTABLE FOOT RESTS -PAIR
DECAL SET ELITE14
SADDLE RUBER, COMPLETE
FOOT PEGS PLASTIC -PAIR
FUEL HOSE 10/250
HOSE CLAMP 28/8
L
HOSE CLAMP 8/7
M
FUEL COCK
WASHER 5.4 x 16 x 1
WASHER 6.4 x 18 x 1.5
SEAL 17 x 25 x 4
911.002.01
911.005.01
911.007.01
912.006.01
913.003.01
914.001.01
914.003.01
914.005.01
914.007.01
914.008.01
914.010.01
914.011.01
914.020.01
914.021.01
914.026.01
914.035.01
914.510.01
916.005.01
916.007.02
916.015.01
916.020.01
916.030.01
916.031.01
916.049.01
916.050.01
916.060.02
916.065.02
920.008.01
920.009.01
920.010.01
920.011.01
920.015.01
920.020.01
920.021.01
930.002.01
930.003.01
930.004.01
930.009.00
930.014.00
930.020.01
940.001.00
940.008.00
940.006.00
940.010.00
950.003.00
950.008.00
950.009.00
950.018.00
950.025.00
950.050.00
960.003.00
960.004.00
960.009.01
960.012.00
960.015.01
960.106.00
971.050.00
971.071.00
971.080.00
10
OTHER HARDWARE
SCREW M 8 x 45
SCREW M 8 x 110
SCREW M 10 x 140
SCREW M 5 x 16
SCREW M 8 x 35
SCREW M 5 x 16
SCREW M 5 x 20
SCREW M 5 x 30
SCREW M 6 x 16
SCREW M 6 x 20
SCREW M 6 x 25
SCREW M 6 x 30
SCREW M 6 x 10
SCREW M 6 x 12
SCREW M 5 x 12
SCREW M 6 x 35
SCREW M 6 x 30 FLAT HEAD
SCREW M 6 x 16
SCREW M 5 x 12 ALLEN
SCREW M 6 x 25
SCREW M 6 x 40
SCREW M 5 x 12
SCREW M 6 x 8
SCREW M 5 x 6
SCREW M 5 x 8
SCREW M 6 x 30 ALLEN
SCREW M 5 x 25 ALLEN
NUT M 5 SELF-LOCKING
NUT M 6 SELF-LOCKING
NUT M 8 SELF-LOCKING
NUT M 10 SELF-LOCKING
NUT M 6 WITH COLLAR
NUT M 8 x 1
NUT M 10 x 1
WASHER 6,4
WASHER 10,5
WASHER 8,4
SPRING WASHER 6,4
SPRING WASHER 5,4
WASHER 6,1
RIVET 4 x 8 AL
RIVET BULBEX 4.2 x 18.8 WITH CAP
CYLINDER 6 x 6
RIVET 4 x 8 STEEL
WOODRUFF KEY 3e7 x 3,8
SAFETY LOCK 35
SAFETY LOCK 17
SAFETY LOCK 10 x 1
SAFETY LOCK 6
SPRING PIN 10 x 50
BALL BEARING 6000 – 2ZR
BALL BEARING 6200 - 2 ZR
BALL BEARING 6003 - 2 ZR
BALL BEARING 626
BALL BEARING 6203 TN 9 C3
NEEDLE BEARING 10 x 14 x 12,8
O - RING 5 x 1,8
O - RING 27 x 3
O - RING 41 x 1,78
11
FIG. 6
FIG. 16
MP - 1
159.019.00
12
FIG. 7
512.060.00
13
REMOVE AND REPLACE THE FRONT WHEEL - FIG. 5
Before dismantling the front wheel it is necessary to remove the front brake
pads from the front brake, so it is possible to move the brake caliper from the
wheel and be able to draw out the wheel and tire. Remove the front axel nut
M10 (920.011.01) .Draw out the axel from the fork and wheel. Remove the wheel
by an easy pull downwards from the forks. Caution, while removing the wheel
the left side spacer washer will fall out! During the assembly process put the
spacer washer between the brake rotor and brake caliper mount plate and the
right side distance spacer between the wheel and right fork (315.011.00).
Return the brake pads with the spring and tighten up the axel nut. Perform the
basic brake adjusting. Double check your work. This is important!
REMOVE AND REPLACE THE REAR WHEEL - FIG. 5
Remove the rear wheel axel nut. Loosen the nut on the rear caliper anchor
plate. Remove the two wheel adjustor plate nuts. (M6) Move the wheel forward
and remove the chain. Safely (hold) keep the rear wheel from falling out while
pulling out the axel. Caution, note the location of both spacer tubes and one
spacer washer (between caliper mount plate and rotor) while removing wheel.
When refitting the wheel, make sure to slide the brake rotor into the caliper
between the pads. Hold the wheel in place and fit the wheel spacers in proper
order. Insert the spacer washer between the caliper plate and the brake rotor
and on the both sides place the axel spacers at the appropiate time during
assembly. Adjust chain tension and tighten axel nut. Tighten the caliper
holder plate nut and set and tighten both chain adjustor plate M6 nuts. At this
time check the brake operation. Recheck all your work. This is important!
REPLACEMENT OF PINION - FIG. 9
First dismantle the front chain guard and chain guard.Loosen the nut of rear
wheel axle and the nut of chain tightener, remove chain. Insert carefully a
larger screw drive or steel rod into the hole of clutch drum, Fig. 9, to avoid a
turning over the clutch drum at releasing the pinion. Using the pinion wrench
P/ N 319.050.00, release the new pinion to be carried out by reverse way.
FIG. 9
14
REPLACEMENT OF TIRE – FIG. 5
Remove the wheel from the minibike. For the front wheel unbolt the brake disk
and for the rear wheel, the brake disk and sprocket. Deflate the tire, by
removing the valve stem. Place the wheel on a hard surface and press the tire
bead from the wheel rim in to the middle relief at centre of rim. Tire is ready to
be removed from the rim at this time and is done in the conventional manner.
After fitting new Tire and Tube (if necessary) to the rim, you can inflate 28 to 30
psi. Take care to check that the tire bead is fully seated in the rim bead edge.
You can now refit the wheel to the bike in reverse order to removing it. Use
Caution and recheck your work always.
DISMANTLING AND MOUNTING OF AIR FILTER - FIG. 3
Remove the bolt from the sleeve, which connects the rubber holder of the air
filter to the carburetor. When the air filter is loosened, take it out and very
carefully wash it in air drying solvent, lubricate it when dry and spray with air
filter oil and reassemble, following the steps in the reverse order.
CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT – FIG. 8
After first hour of use, check the state of the clutch pads. Review the clutch
adjustment – engaged with 8 000 – 8 500 rpm.
Basic adjusting:
After every clutch slipper shoe replacement it is necessary to adjust the clutch
springs. To increase the revolutions, and feel the clutch working, tighten up
the adjusting bolts and to engage shoes at lower revolutions,loosen the bolt. It
is important to adjust all the springs to the same level, so the clutch lining
wearing is even. The index for adjusting is the length of the spring, which
should be 21,00 mm. The length is measured from the bearing surface of the
clutch shoe to the spring plate.
FIG. 8
15
PART NAME
TORQUE SETTINGS
(1 FT-LB = 1.3558 Nm)
QTY
TORQUE SETTING (FT-LB)
ENGINE
Cylinder head, liquid cooled – M6
Cylinder – nuts M6
Intake manifold – M5
Starter cover – M6
Ratchet wheel –bolt M6
Magneto (rotor) – nut M10
Starter prowls – bolts M5
Ignition coil – bolts
Ignition coil holder – bolt M6
Crankcase halves – M6
Clutch base – nut M8
Clutch case – bolts M6
Pinion bearing case – bolts M6
Reeds - bolts M3
Float chamber – bolts M4
Slider cover (carburetor) – bolts M4
Fuel filter cap – bolt M5
Pinion - M8
6
4
4
3
1
1
2
2
1
5
1
3
2
4
2
2
1
1
14
13
7
15
13
34
7.5
7.5
11
21
30
14
14
1
3
3
3.5
30
FRAME
Front wheel axle - nut M10
Front brake rotor – M5
Front brake bracket – M6
Brake mount –M5
Steering shaft – M10
Handlebar clip-on –M8
Fork brackets – M5
Steering stem – M6
Engine bracket, top –M6
Engine bracket, head – M8
Engine bracket, bottom – M8
Rear wheel axle – nut M10
Rear brake rotor – M5
Sprocket – M5
Foot rests – M8
Chain guard –M6
Sprocket guard – M5
Rear brake holder –M5
Expansion chamber – M6
Fairing, seat and rear fender – M6
Rear caliper anchor plate –M6
Handlebar clips – M6
Brake levers clips – M5
Throttle clip (handlebar) – M5
Throttle plastic cover – M4
1
3
2
2
1
2
4
2
2
1
1
1
3
3
2
1
1
2
2
9
1
2
2
2
2
47.5
20.5
17
13
27
25
12
24.5
20.5
25
30
47.5
20.5
20.5
27
21
14
13
7
8
17
11
5
7
3
16
SECURED BY
Loctite 243
Loctite 243
Loctite 243
Loctite 243
Loctite 243
Self - locking
Loctite 243
Loctite 243
Self - locking
Self - locking
Self - locking
Self - locking
Self - locking
Loctite 243
Self - locking
NON USE AND STORAGE PROCEDURE
It is recommended to drain out all fuel from the tank and carburetor. Inflate the
tires to the working pressure and put the minibike on the stand. During a *long
storage period, unbolt the spark plug and insert a couple of drops of the motor
oil into the cylinder. Pull the starting rope a couple of times so a film of oil
covers and evenly coats the cylinder walls and piston rings.
* Long period is 90 days and longer.
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