Motovox MBx10 Specifications

Mini Bike
OWNERS MANUAL
MINIMUM AGE 16
Younger riders require adult supervision.
Important Information. Read thoroughly before riding the first time.
Attaching handlebars:
See page 17.
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This operators manual contains important safety information
and maintenance information. Read it carefully before using this
vehicle. Failing to follow the warnings contained in this operators
manual could result in INJURY or DEATH.
Keep this manual in a safe place. It is very important that this owners
manual be reviewed by any rider and it should remain with the
vehicle when transferred to a new owner.
All information, images and specifications contained in this manual
are based on the latest product information available at the time
of publication. Due to improvements or production changes,
there could be discrepancies in this manual. Motovox reserves
the right to make product changes at any time, without notice
and without obligation to make the same or similar changes to
any vehicle previously built or sold.
Avoid operating this vehicle on paved surfaces including, but not
limited to highways, parking lots, sidewalks and driveways. Never
operate this or any designated off-road vehicle on a public street,
road or highway where it will be in violation of local traffic laws
and restrictions.
WARNING
The Engine Exhaust from this product contains chemicals known to the
State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
No part of this owners manual may be reproduced or copied
without express written permission from Motovox.
© Motovox, Inc. 2012
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PRODUCT WARRANTY
Please see page 32 for emissions control warranty
CONTENTS
PRODUCT WARRANTY
1
INTRODUCTION
2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
3-5
OPERATING CONTROLS
6-9
BEFORE RIDING
BASIC OPERATION AND RIDING TECHNIQUE
10 - 11
12
Starting and Stopping the Engine
12 - 13
Braking Technique
14
MAINTENANCE OF YOUR MBx10
15
Maintenance Schedule
16
Component Locations
17
Attaching Handlebars
17
Fuel & Oil
18 - 19
Air Filter
19
Throttle Freeplay
20
Brake
20
Spark Plug
21
Wheels and Tires
Drive Chain
24
Clutch Lubrication
25
22 - 23
TROUBLESHOOTING
26 - 29
RESOLVING THE UNEXPECTED
30 - 31
EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM WARRANTY
32 - 33
REGISTER YOUR MBx10
34 - 35
Motovox warrants to the first buyer of the Product (“Buyer”) that on the date of purchase of the Product, as shown on Buyer’s
sales receipt (“Purchase Date”), the Product shall be free from defects in material or workmanship subject to and in accordance
with the terms and conditions set forth herein. The duration of this Limited Warranty is ninety (90) days from the Purchase Date
(the “Warranty Period”). Motovox will correct, at its option, by repair or by furnishing replacement parts, any parts determined
in Motovox’s sole discretion to have a defect in material or workmanship of the Product reported to Motovox during the Warranty
Period, subject to the terms, conditions and limitations of this Limited Warranty. At its option, Motovox may require the Buyer to
return to Motovox, at its address set forth below, at Buyer’s expense, the part claimed to be defective for Motovox’s inspection.
Motovox’s sole obligation under this Limited Warranty is to repair and/or replace parts on the Product. If Motovox determines
that any claimed defect or problem reported by Buyer is not covered by this Limited Warranty, Buyer shall pay Motovox its then
existing charge for any repair or replacement made by Motovox.
TO QUALIFY FOR WARRANTY SERVICE:
1. You must present a copy of the sales receipt.
2. This product can not be used for rental or commercial use.
3. This product can not be used for competition.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
• This Limited Warranty is non-transferable after the Product’s initial sale.
• No unapproved modifications can be made to the Product, its performance or otherwise, in order for this Limited Warranty
to remain in effect.
• No reimbursement is provided for towing, loss of time, loss of use, inconvenience, incidental or consequential damages.
• This Limited Warranty covers only parts and labor due to manufacturer defect. Damage due to misuse or neglect, use other
than as specified in the Owner’s Manual, or use under abnormal conditions are is not covered by this Limited Warranty.
• Motovox makes no warranty with respect to products or trade accessories not made by Motovox, including, but not limited to,
engines, tires, wheels, batteries and transmissions, such products or trade accessories, such items being subject to the
manufacturer’s warranty, if any.
• This Limited Warranty does not cover minor surface blemishes, rips, tears, or other cosmetic damages due to normal use, or
other intentional or unintentional damage to the Product.
• This Limited Warranty will not cover any damage which results from the application of improper cleaners, solvents or chemicals
to the Product, or from smoke or soot, or from exposure to saltwater, sea breeze or salt.
• This Limited Warranty will not cover any damage which results from aging, such as fading of paint, deterioration of plated
surfaces, deterioration of rubber or plastics, or rusting.
• This Limited Warranty does not cover improper repair or misdiagnosis of problem.
OWNER’S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES
As the vehicle owner, you are responsible for the performance of the required maintenance. You should maintain a record of
all maintenance performed your vehicle and retail all receipts covering maintenance on yoru vehicle. You may not be denied a
warranty claim solely because of your failure to ensure the performance of all scheduled maintenance or lack of maintenance
records or receipts. As the vehicle owner, you should be aware that you may be denied your warranty coverage if your vehicle or
a part has failed due to abuse, neglect, improper maintenance, or unapproved modifications.
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TROUBLE? DO NOT RETURN TO STORE contact us! INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on choosing your Motovox MBx10 Mini Bike.
Your Motovox mini bike was designed as a recreational vehicle for
off-road use only and by a single rider only. This mini bike is built
for younger riders who are under 165 lbs. with basic experience.
Before riding, please take your time to get acquainted with your
mini bike and how it works. To protect your investment we urge you
to keep it well maintained. In addition to regular maintenance it is
important to observe and perform all pre ride and periodic checks
outlined in this manual. In this manual you will find helpful safety
information, instructions and helpful tips. To make it easier to use,
there is a table of contents at the beginning and an index at the end
of the manual.
As you read through this manual you will find information that
is noted with a NOTICE symbol. This is to point out key bits of
information that will help you avoid damage to your mini bike
and property around you. This manual covers basic maintenance
procedures as well. For problems with your mini bike that are not
covered in this manual, please refer to an authorized Motovox
Service Center, which can be located at Motovox.com.
Read the warranty page careful so that you understand your
rights and responsibilities.
Whenever you ride, tread lightly by staying on established trails
and in approved areas. Protect the environment and keep off-road
riding areas open for future use.
Please be sure to register your Motovox product and notify us of
any address changes so we may contact you in the future with any
important product information.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Your personal safety and the safety of those around you is our
primary concern. Operating this mini bike safely is an important
responsibility and should not be taken lightly.
Motovox has provided you with safe operating procedures and
warning labels on your mini bike and in this manual. This
information will alert you to potential hazards that could harm
you or others.
It is understood that it is not practical or possible to warn you
about all possible hazards associated with off-road riding and
maintaining your mini bike. You must always use your own best
judgement.
Safety information is presented in a variety of forms, including:
• Safety labels and tags on the mini bike
• Safety messages proceeded by a safety symbol
and one
of these three signal words: DANGER, WARNING and CAUTION.
Any of the above labels can indicate a danger where you or someone
around you can be KILLED or SERIOUSLY INJURED if the instructions
that it accompanies are not followed carefully.
• Safety Headings such as important safety reminders
and/or precautions.
• Safety Sections, such as Motorcycle Safety
• Instructions, such as Riding Techniques or Braking Techniques
This manual is filled with important safety information, please
read it carefully and be sure that you understand it.
Enjoy your Motovox MBx10 mini bike!
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SAFETY MESSAGES
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
A mini bike can provide many years of service and pleasure, provided you
take responsibility for safety, proper maintenance and understand the
challenges you may encounter while riding.
As a parent, your child’s safety is your first priority. Riding a mini bike is
very fun, but just like riding a bicycle, bad decisions can result in injury or
death. As a parent you can prevent accidents by making informed decisions
about if, when and how your child will ride. Always supervise your child
when he/she is riding.
Before you allow your child to ride you need to determine if he/she is
ready. Riding readiness can vary from one person to another. Age and
size are not the only factors that help to determine riding readiness.
There are three other factors that you should consider before deciding if
your child is ready to ride.
First, consider your child’s physical ability. A rider must be able to
hold the mini bike up, get on and sit comfortably with both feet on the
ground. The rider must also be able to reach all handlebar controls and
steer the mini bike accurately.
Second, consider your child’s athletic ability. Your child should also be
good at riding a bicycle before riding a mini bike, Determine if your child
is a good judge of speed and distance while riding a bicycle and that
they react with proper foot and hand actions. Any person who does not
have good coordination, balance and agility should not attempt to ride
this mini bike.
Finally, determine your childs mental maturity. It is imperative that you
are honest with yourself when you answer the following questions: Does
your child think through problems and come to logical conclusions?
Does your child obey the rules when they ride their bicycle? If your child
makes bad judgements, takes unnecessary risks and ignores the rules,
they should not ride this mini bike.
If you have determined that your child is ready to ride please remember
the following points:
• Never let your child ride without a helmet.
• Your child’s safety is your responsibility. Do not take it lightly.
• Never push you child to try things before they are ready.
• Always supervise your child when they are riding.
• Proper maintenance and upkeep of the mini bike is key to safe riding.
Any modifications or improper accessories added to the
mini bike with parts that are not manufactured by Motovox can make it
unsafe. Motovox strongly recommends that you do not remove any of the
original equipment or make any modifications that alter the design and/or
operation of the mini bike.
This minibike has been designed for younger riders. However, not all young
riders meet the physical and emotional needs for safe riding. Before parents
allow any children to ride this minibike, we strongly recommend that they
read this entire manual to be fully informed before making deciding if
their children are ready to ride. Listed below are some of the important
safety measures one should ubderstand before and when riding.
Never ride without a helmet. Helmets significantly reduce the
number and severity of head injuries. An approved DOT motorcycle helmet
is the most important part of your safety gear. Choose one that fits properly
and is snug on your head. Motorcycle dealers can help in selecting a good
quality helmet with proper fit.
Never carry a passenger. This mini bike was designed for one
rider at a time only. There are no passenger foot pegs, foot rests, handles or
seat room for a passenger. Riding with a passenger can impair the driver’s
ability to operate the mini bike which may result in serious injury or death.
Ride off-road only. This mini bike has been designed and built
for off-road riding only. It is not equipped with a headlight, signals, brake
lights or horn which are all required for public road usage. The tires are not
designed for pavement and could become unstable. If you have to cross a
paved area or road, dismount and walk the bike across the pavement.
Ride within your limits. Never attempt to operate this mini
bike in a manner that is beyond your skill level. It takes time to learn offroad riding skills. Learn to ride step-by-step. Start by riding on safe terrain
at slow speeds and gradually build your skills. Instruction from an experienced rider is strongly recommended.
Be alert for hazards. Any area you ride can present many
hazards. Always scan the terrain ahead of you continuously. Watch for
unexpected turns, drop-offs, ditches, rocks, low-hanging limbs and other
riders. Always maintain a low enough speed to stop under control and
react to hazards.
Never drink alcohol and ride. Even one drink can impair your
ability to ride safely and each additional drink worsens your ability to do so.
Remember, it is illegal to operate any motorized vehicle while intoxicated,
including mini bikes.
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SAFETY MESSAGES
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When you operate a mini bike you need to be able to operate the
throttle, brake and other controls without stopping to look at them.
Please study the image below carefully to become familiar with the
function and the location of each control.
Engine Kill Switch
Throttle
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OPERATING CONTROLS
BEFORE STARTING
Before starting your MBX10, you must be sure that the kill switch is in the ON
position, the choke is in the START position and the fuel valve is in the ON position.
The locations and operation information of each of these controls in shown below.
ENGINE KILL SWITCH
Brake Lever
The Engine Kill Switch is used to stop the engine and
must be in the RUN position for the engine to start. It
is located next to the throttle twist grip on the right
handlebar. To switch it to STOP, push the larger button
at the bottom. To switch to RUN, push the smaller
button at the top. The switch will stay in position after
you push it.
Engine Kill Switch
CHOKE LEVER
Choke Lever
The Choke Lever is used to start the engine when it
is cold and is located above the air filter. It is used to
restrict the amount of air in the fuel mixture to start
easier and warm up. Flip the lever up to the START
position to start, and then as the engine warms up
move the lever down to the RUN position.
Pull Start
Chain Tensioner
(on chain guard)
Fuel Shutoff Valve
FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE
The Fuel Shutoff Valve is used to stop the flow to the
carburetor. It should be turned to the ON postion to
run and to the OFF position for storage. The fuel shutoff
valve is located under the fuel tank and to the rear of
the motor on the right side of the mini bike.
OFF
Foot Pegs
PULL STARTER
The Pull Starter is used to start the engine. To start the
engine after you have confirmed the readiness of the
above three components, stand over the bike holding
the left hand grip firmly. Using your right hand, pull up
sharply on the pull start grip to spin the motor.
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OPERATING CONTROLS
ON
Pull
Start
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OPERATING CONTROLS
When operating your MBx10 there are some key operating controls that allow you to
operate your mini bike bike. Their location and operation information is shown below.
1. Brake Lever 2. Throttle 3. Folding Foot Pegs 4. Oil Fill Cap
BRAKE LEVER
The kickstand is used to keep the mini bike upright
when not in use. It is located on the left side of the
mini bike and can be swung down with your foot and
then the bike leans on it for support.
It is very important to remember to
swing the kickstand up and out of the way when
riding or accidents can occur.
THROTTLE
OIL FILL CAP
Kickstand
CHAIN TENSIONER
Throttle
FOLDING FOOT PEGS
The MBx10 is equipped with folding foot pegs which
allows the footpegs to be folded out of the way to
make the width of the mini bike narrower when it is
being stored. To flip them ou of the way, swing them
toward the rear of the mini bike.
When operating your MBx10 there are some key operating controls and components
that allow you to operate your mini bike and perform routine maintenance.
Their location and operation information is shown below.
1. Kick Stand 2. Chain Tensioner 3. Brake Mechanism
KICKSTAND
Brake Lever
The Brake Lever is used to apply braking to the rear
wheel. When you pull the lever back, braking power
is applied to the rear wheel. The harder it is pulled, the
more braking power is applied to the wheel. To release
the front brake, release the front brake lever.
The Throttle controls the speed of the engine and is
located in the right grip on the handlebars. To increase
the engine speed, twist the throttle grip toward you,
or downward. To decrease the engine speed, twist
the grip away from you, or upward. The throttle grip is
spring loaded so it will return to the lowest position as
you release it.
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The Chain Tensioner is used to keep the proper tension Roller Axle Bolt
on the drive chain and is located on the frame, next to
the chain guard. You should have about a half inch of
play in the longest part of the chain, if not, loosen the
set screw and turn the nut clockwise to tighten and
Chain
the opposite direction to loosen. Then tighten the set
Tensioner
screw back up to hold the tensioner in place. See page
24 for more details on chain maintenance.
BRAKE MECHANISM
Folding Foot Peg
Oil Fill Cap
Your MBx10 mini bike is equipped with a rear disc
brake. The brake provides the stopping power to bring
the mini bike safely to a stop and to hold it at a stop
when the engine is running and the bike is trying to
move forward. Refer to the Maintenance Procedures
section for brake adjustment instructions.
Disc
Brake
The Oil Fill Cap is a very important component to know
and understand. It is equipped with a dipstick and is
used to check the oil level in the engine. If the oil level
is not maintained properly, the engine can fail prematurely and cause costly repairs.
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BEFORE RIDING
Before you ride you must be certain that you and your mini bike are ready to ride.
Below is your pre-ride checklist. Be sure to review all the topics and determine your
readiness to ride.
BEFORE RIDING
Before you ride you must be certain that you and your mini bike are ready to ride.
Below is your pre-ride checklist. Be sure to review all the topics and determine your
readiness to ride.
PRE-RIDE CHECKLIST
PRE-RIDE INSPECTION
1. Have you completely read and do you thoroughly understand this
owners manual?
2. Have you found all the safety messages on your mini bike and do
you understand them?
3. Do you understand the location of, and how all the operating
controls on your mini bike work?
4. Are you in good mental and physical condition?
5. Are you drug and alcohol free?
6. Are you wearing a DOT-approved helmet that fits properly?
7. Are you wearing eye protection?
8. Are you wearing sturdy shoes and protective clothing?
1. Check tire pressure with a tire gauge. Recommended tire pressure is
10-15 psi for both tires.
2. Check rims to make sure they are not bent or damaged.
3. Inspect the engine for oil or fuel leaks.
4. Check engine oil level and add if needed.
5. Check the level of fuel in the gas tank.
6. Check the drive chain to see if it needs to be lubed or tightened.
7. Check the brake to be sure it is working properly.
8. Look over the entire bike for loose nuts and bolts.
9. Check the throttle to be sure it rotates freely and returns to the low
position on its own when released.
10. Be sure that the handlebars turn freely.
Additional suggested protective clothing.
1. Gloves to protect your hands.
2. Sturdy riding boots that support your ankles.
3. Riding pants with knee and hip pads.
4. Riding jersey with elbow pads and chest/shoulder protection.
Failure to properly maintain your mini bike can lead to a crash
in which you can be seriously injured or killed. Always perform a pre-ride
inspection on your mini bike and keep it in good condition to get the most
out of your Motovox mini bike.
As a reminder:
Never ride without a helmet. Helmets significantly reduce the
number and severity of head injuries. An approved DOT motorcycle helmet
is the most important part of your safety gear. Choose one that fits properly
and is snug on your head. Motorcycle dealers can help in selecting a good
quality helmet with proper fit.
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The following section of the manual provides some basic information on
how to begin riding your mini bike. We will cover how to start and stop the
engine, how to use the throttle and brake and what you should do when
you finish riding.
SAFE RIDING PRECAUTIONS
Before riding this mini bike, be sure that you have read and understand this
entire owners manual up to this point, including the sections that are titled
Important Safety Information and Before You Ride. Even if you have ridden
other mini bikes in the past, take time to become familiar with how this
mini bike runs and how it handles. Different bikes have different handling
characteristics. Always practice in a safe area until you feel comfortable with
how this mini bike runs.
For your safety, always avoid running the engine in an enclosed
space with poor ventilation, such as a garage. The mini bike’s exhaust
contains poisonous carbon monoxide which can collect rapidly and cause
illness or death.
Not equipped with lights. Do not ride after dark.
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BASIC OPERATION
7. Once the engine starts to run, let it warm up by operating the throttle up
and down for 10 to 15 seconds, then move the choke lever to the RUN
position once it starts running smoothly.
8. Be patient and let it warm up a little. Once the engine is warm, the idle will
smooth out and it will be ready to ride.
NOTE: Extended running with the choke fully on will cause the engine to run
poorly and can cause damage to the spark plug and cylinder wall.
A FLOODED ENGINE
If the engine fails to start after repeated attempts, it may mean that it is
flooded with excess fuel. A common indication of a flooded engine is a
strong smell of fuel around the mini bike. Follow the steps below to clear a
flooded engine.
1. Move the engine kill switch to the OFF position.
2. Switch the choke lever to the RUN position.
3. Twist the throttle all the way down to the full open position.
4. Using the pull starter, crank the engine over 10 or 15 times.
5. Move the kill switch back to the ON position.
6. Start the mini bike using the pull starter and NO CHOKE.
STARTING THE ENGINE
STOPPING THE ENGINE
1. Move the engine kill switch to the ON position.
2. Turn the fuel valve to the ON position.
3. If the engine is cold, flip the choke lever up into the START position.
If the engine is warm, you may not need to use the choke at all.
4. Stand over the mini bike and hold the handlebars.
5. Twist the throttle down some, to give it a little gas.
6. Using your right hand, pull the pull start handle upward sharply. It may
take a few tries to get it started. The pull starter will recoil automatically.
Do not let go of the pull start handle in the extended position, but lower
it back to the recoiled position gently.
To stop the engine, move the kill switch located on the right hand grip to the
OFF position. The engine will stop.
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NOTE: Be sure to close the Fuel Valve and lean the bike over onto the kickstand
when done riding.
BASIC OPERATION
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This section will cover basic braking technique for your mini bike. To slow
or stop the bike, squeeze the brake lever firmly and smoothly. Gradually
increase your braking pressure as you feel it is needed. The more pressure
you apply to the brake, the more braking power will be applied. When you
come to a full stop, put your feet on the ground first to avoid tipping over.
Remember that your minibike has a rear brake only, which is more than
adequate for a mini bike of this size. Always think ahead and allow yourself
enough room to stop safely. Just be careful to apply braking carefully to
avoid sending the bike into a skid which will cause you to lose control.
If you apply the brakes too quickly and start to skid, release the brake to
regain control and then apply braking power carefully.
When riding on wet, or loose rocky conditions your braking power can be
reduced greatly and it will be much easier to put the bike into a skid and lose
control. If the surface is wet or loose, you must reduce your speed and allow
more room to stop safely.
Avoid jamming on the brake suddenly or accelerating too quickly as either
of these actions can cause you to lose control of the mini bike.
PARKING AND POST-RIDE INSPECTION
With the mini bike stopped, switch it off with the kill switch, flip down the
kickstand and lean the bike over on it to park. Position and turn the fuel valve
to OFF. Always park your mini bike on a flat surface to avoid tipping over.
If you are going to store the mini bike for an extended period of time, close
the fuel valve with the engine still running until it stops. This will burn all the
fuel out of the carburetor and reduce fuel system problems in the future.
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MAINTAINING YOUR MBx10
Keeping your mini bike in perfect operating condition is absolutely essential
to your safety. It is also the best way to protect your investment, get maximum
performance, avoid breakdowns and have more fun. To help keep your mini
bike well maintained, the maintenance schedule following will provide you
valuable information that will help you keep your mini bike in excellent and
safe operating condition and avoid injury.
The service intervals in this section are based on average riding conditions.
More frequent service is needed if you subject your mini bike to severe use,
such as competition or riding in unusually wet or dusty conditions.
Improper maintenance of this mini bike or failing to correct a
problem before you ride can cause a crash in which you could be seriously
injured or killed. Always follow the inspection and maintenance recommendations and schedules in this manual.
Remember, proper maintenance of your minibike is the responsibility of the
owner and failure to do so can cause your warranty to be void.
Note to parents: As a parent it is up to you to make sure the mini bike is properly
maintained and in safe operating condition. For youngsters, learning how to take
care of a mini bike and perform basic maintenance can be an important part
of their riding experience. However, if you allow a youngster to perform or assist
in any maintenance task, such as filling the fuel tank, you need to provide close
supervision to make sure the task is performed safely.
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Make sure the engine is off before you begin any maintenance or repairs.
This will help eliminate the following hazards:
1. Carbon monoxide poisoning from engine exhaust. Be sure
you have good ventilation whenever you have the mini bike running.
2. Burns from hot engine parts. Let the engine and exhaust cool
before you touch them.
3. Injury from moving parts. Do not work on the engine while running unless instructed by this manual to do so.
Be sure you have all the tools needed and understand the procedure before
starting. Always be careful around gasoline. Keep flames and sparks away.
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COMPONENT LOCATIONS
To keep your mini bike safe and reliable when you ride, regular inspections
and service is required. Below you will find a maintenance schedule that
describes when components need to be inspected or serviced. This handy
information lists items that can be performed with basic mechanical skills
and hand tools. In addition, the maintenance schedule will list items that are
more involved and could require taking it to your local Service Center.
Carburetor
Fuel Tank
Brake Lever
Handlebar Clamps
Because your mini bike is not equipped with an odometer, service intervals
are expressed in terms of riding days. We suggest that you keep a record of
the amount of time you spend riding your minibike to avoid missing needed
maintenance procedures. If you do not feel comfortable with performing any
of these maintenance procedures, please contact Motovox for help by calling
us toll free at 1-888-488-MOTO (6686).
Note: Your mini bike may require more frequent service if you ride in particularly
wet or dusty conditions.
Every Use
Lube, check & adjust chain
Check engine oil*
x
x
Change engine oil*
x
Check air filter*
After first First Month
2 hrs of riding (20 Hours)
x
Every
3 Months
x
x
x
Clean air filter*
Change air filter*
x
Clean carburetor sediment cup*
Clean and adjust spark plug*
Replace spark plug*
Check/adjust idle speed*
Check/adjust valve clearance**
Clean fuel tank and filter*
Check fuel tube*
x
Clean and lube centrifugal clutch*
Tighten all nuts and bolts*
Check brakes*
Check throttle*
x
x
Every
Every Year
6 Months (200 Hours)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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FOR ALL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES ABOVE.
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* Can be performed by owner with proper tools and knowledge, otherwise consult with a service center.
** Recommended to be performed by authorized service center.
Brake
Oil Fill / Dipstick
Front Axle
ATTACHING AND ADJUSTING THE HANDLEBARS
Your MBx10 mini bike is shipped with the handlebars NOT
clamped on the bike. To attach the handlebars follow these steps:
1. After unpacking your mini bike, stand it on the kick stand on a level surface.
2. Remove the screws from the handlebar clamps
and set aside. Remove upper clamp.
Handlebar
3. Sitting on the bike, place the handlebars in the Clamps
lower clamp in a comfortable position, being
careful to center in the clamps.
4. Replace upper clamps and bolts and tighten to
12 foot lbs with a torque wrench.
See the Maintenance Videos section of the MBx10 page on motovox.com for
an easy to follow, step-by-step instructional video called “Initial Setup”.
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FUEL
CHECKING AND ADDING ENGINE OIL
Fuel recommendation: Any clean unleaded gasoline with a pump rating of 86 octane or higher. Octane rating will be displayed on the gas pump
where you purchase it. Motovox recommends the use of 92 octane or higher
to get the maximum performance from your mini bike. This engine is not
designed to use E-85 Ethonal Blended Fuels.
1. Park the mini bike on a firm level surface.
2. Clean around the oil fill cap and surrounding surfaces.
3. Unscrew the oil fill cap and wipe the dipstick portion clean.
4. Reinsert the oil fill cap but DO NOT SCREW IT IN.
5. Remove the oil fill cap check the oil level. If the level is at or near the high
mark you do not need to add oil. If it is at or below the low mark you need to
add enough oil to bring it up to the recommended level. NO NOT OVERFILL.
Use of lower octane gasoline can cause pre-detonation or “pinging” under
heavy acceleration. A small amount of occassional pinging is nothing to be
alarmed about, but severe pinging can cause engine damage. If you tend to
experience pinging under normal loads, switch to a higher octane gasoline.
Never use stale or contaminated gasoline, or gasoline that has been mixed
with oil. Avoid getting dust, dirt or moisture in your fuel tank.
REFUELING PROCEDURE
1. Twist the fuel tank cap counter clockwise to remove from the tank.
2. Using a funnel, add fuel to the tank until the level reaches about 2 inches
from the top. Be careful not to over fill and spill fuel.
3. Replace the cap by screwing on in a clockwise direction until you feel
it seat firmly.
Gasoline is highly flammable and explosive. You can be burned
and seriously injured when handling gasoline. Always stop the engine.
Only handle gasoline outdoors. Clean up spills immediately.
ENGINE OIL RECOMMENDATION
IMPORTANT! The motor oil that comes in your MBx10 is break-in oil and
should be changed after the first two hours of riding. Be sure to check the
level before you start the engine for the first time to be sure it is correct.
Engine Oil Recommendation: SAE 10W-30 Motor Oil which is good
for most climates. See your Motovox Service Center to inquire about oil
recommendations for extreme temperatures and conditions.
Your mini bike does not need oil additives. Use only clean, fresh
recommended weight oil. Do not use oils with graphite or molybdenum
additives or oils that display the API circular logo that is labeled “energy
conserving” as they may adversely affect the performance of your engine.
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CHANGING ENGINE OIL
1. Park the mini bike on a firm level surface.
2. Clean around the oil fill cap, drain plug and surrounding surfaces.
3. Place an oil drain pan under the engine.
4. Unscrew and remove the oil drain plug to let the oil drain into the pan.
5. Once oil has drained, replace the drain plug and tighten to 140-160 inch/lbs.
6. Remove the oil fill cap.
7. Using a funnel, pour in the .31 (one third of a quart) of 10W-30 motor oil.
8. Reinsert the oil fill cap but DO NOT SCREW IT IN.
9. Remove the oil fill cap check the oil level. NO NOT OVERFILL.
10. Check for any leaks.
11. Dispose of used oil in approved manner.
AIR FILTER CHECKING AND REPLACING
Proper air filter care is extremely important for any engine, and your mini
bike is no exception. The air filter keep impurities like dust and dirt out of the
engine, and a clogged filter can seriously affect the performance and extend
the life of your mini bike engine.
Your air filter is located on the back of the engine in a square, plastic case.
To check and clean or replace your air filter, just unclip the clips that hold the
air filter case to the housing, and remove the foam filter element. Wearing
rubber gloves and eye protection, clean it with mineral spirits, taking care to
not damage the element itself. Soak the element in motor oil and squeeze
out the excess oil. Reinstall the element and replace the cover.
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THROTTLE FREEPLAY
Your throttle should have some free play to
safely operate. The free play should range from
1/16” to 1/4”. To adjust the free play, follow
these steps:
A corroded spark plug can cause your engine to run rough, or in the case of a
fowled plug, can cause your engine to not run at all. To check the spark plug
it must be removed from the engine. The following steps will demonstrate
this procedure.
1. Loosen the lock nut on the throttle cable.
2. Turn the adjuster nut in the direction
needed to gain or reduce free play.
3. Tighten the lock nut.
4. After adjusting, check the throttle for
smooth rotation from open to closed in all
steering positions.
Locate the spark plug boot on the top
of the engine toward the front of the
motor. Carefully remove the spark plug
boot by pulling and twisting the boot
housing. Do not pull on the plug wire.
BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
If your brake seems “soft” or if you have to pull
the lever too far to get proper braking power,
you can adjust the brake to restore them.
Adjusting Nut
To adjust the brake and increase braking power:
1. Place the mini bike on the kick stand with
the engine off.
2. Holding the brake mechanism, loosen the
adjusting nut to let the cable slide free.
3. Scoot the adjusting nut and mechanism
toward the front of the bike, up the cable
Rear Disc Brake
until it stops, then back off slightly.
4. This will position the brake at just off of contact, so that it will activate
quicker, but not drag when riding the mini bike causing extra wear.
5. Tighten the adjusting nut on the cable.
6. Check that the wheel spins freely when brake is not applied, but the brake
should engage more quickly when riding.
Once you have the top of the plug
exposed, use a 19mm wrench to
unscrew the spark plug out of the
engine by turning counter-clockwise.
Inspect the plug and check to make
sure the gap is set to .030. Using the
chart below, determine if the spark
plug should be replaced. If replacing
the spark plug, use an Autolite 255 or
equivalent spark plug only.
To re-insert the spark plug or to install
a new one, simply screw the plug back
into the hole by hand, turning the plug
clockwise. Tighten with the wrench.
Be very careful not to
over-tighten and strip the threads.
Never ride the mini bike when the brake is not working
properly. If you can not get the brake adjusted and repaired properly, you
may need to replace the brake pads. Refer to your local Motovox Service
Center for assistance.
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WHEEL RIMS
TIRE INSPECTION
Your mini bike is equipped with steel rims.
These rims are very durable, but can become
bent or dented when the tires are not inflated
properly and large objects like rocks, roots or
pavement edges are hit at speed. You should
inspect the wheels before each ride to be sure
the tires are properly inflated to 10-15 PSI so
that they will roll properly and protect the rims.
If you notice that a rim is bent or dented, please
refer to your local Motovox Service Center for
assistance in replacing the rim.
A tire blowout can lead to a dangerous situation, not to mention being very
inconvenient. It is important to inspect your tires before each ride.
• Inspect both tires for bumps and bulges in the sidewall and tread.
• Look closely for cuts or other damage.
• Inspect both tires for embedded objects like glass, nails or sharp rocks that
you may have picked up.
Front Wheel
Never ride the mini bike with a dented or bent rim. The tire may
suddenly lose pressure causing an accident in which you could be seriously
injured or killed. Refer to your local Service Center for assistance.
TIRE AIR PRESSURE
Properly inflated tires will provide you with the best combination of good
handling, tread life and riding comfort. Under inflated tires will cause uneven
tread wear and adversly affect handling. And they are more likely to cause
wheel damage on rocky or rough terrain. Tires will lose air naturally over time
and should be checked before each ride.
Over inflated tires will cause the mini bike to ride harshly and will not have as
much traction as properly inflated tires.
Using tires that are excessively worn or improperly inflated can
cause an accident in which you could be seriously injured or killed. Refer to
the chart below for proper inflation and tire checking information.
Front or Rear Tire (cold)
10-15 PSI
• Inspect the tread depth of your tires and replace them if the depth drops
below a tenth of an inch, or if you notice a serious reduction in traction.
• Be sure that both tires are inflated to 10-15 PSI. If you use a high-powered
air hose, like those found at a gas station or tire shop, inflate carefully as the
small tires on the MBx11 will inflate very quickly and could explode if they
are severely over inflated.
TIRE REPLACEMENT
If a tire has been punctured it can be patched, but if it is torn or has a cut
more than 1/2” long, the tire should be replaced. You may repair a punctured
tire with a patch kit for a temporary fix but a patched tire may not be as
reliable as a replacement. Always use replacement tires that are the same
size as the original. Replacing the tire requires removal and disassembly of
the wheel.
The tires on your MBx11 were designed to provide a good combination of
traction, handling, braking, durability and comfort across a wide range of
riding conditions. If you replace a tire be sure to always use the proper type
and size that is specified in the chart below.
Front and Rear Tire Size
Tire Type
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145 x 70-6
Bias-Ply, Tubeless Type
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DRIVE CHAIN INSPECTION
CLUTCH LUBRICATION
The life span of your drive chain will depend upon how well you take care of
it. Proper drive chain maintenence will also extend the life of other parts on
your MBx10, like the drive sprockets and the clutch.
Your MBx10 mini bike uses a centrifugal clutch
which requires periodic maintenance to operate
properly. If you experience a noisy or “grabby”
clutch, especially if it kills the engine at idle or
low speeds, it is time to service your clutch.
To do so, follow these steps:
IT IS CRITICAL THAT YOU CHECK THE DRIVE CHAIN
TENSION AND LUBRICATE IT EACH TIME YOU RIDE.
Excessive play in the drive chain can
result in the chain coming off and
damaging the engine cases, or excessive
clutch noise. A chain that is too tight
can cause excessive wear on drive train
components and lead to premature
failure. To check and adjust the chain
to the proper tension, follow these steps.
With the engine turned off, check the slack in the lower part of the chain by
pushing upward on it with your finger. The vertical movement should be
between 3/8” and 1/2”. To adjust the tension of your drive chain, see below.
Always inspect your drive chain to be sure it is well lubricated and in good
condition. Watch for damaged rollers or pins, dry or rusted links or any kinking of the chain.
If you are not able to adjust the tensioner enough to get proper tension on
your drive chain, you need to replace your chain.
DRIVE CHAIN ADJUSTMENT
To adjust the tension in the drive chain, you should use the chain tensioner
which is located on the chain guard. To tighten
or lossen the chain, follow these steps:
1. Park the mini bike on a flat surface using the Roller Axle
kick stand.
Bolt
2. Loosen the axle bolt on the chain tensioner.
3. Adjust the chain tensioner nut, clockwise for
tightening or counter clockwise for loosening.
Chain
4. Check the tension to be sure that there is 3/8”
Tensioner
to 1/2” of slack and tighten axle bolt.
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Clutch Retainer Bolt
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the chain tensioner wheel.
Remove the chain guard.
Snap Ring
Remove the chain from the drive sprocket.
Remove the clutch retaining bolt in the
center of the clutch and slide the clutch
assembly off of the shaft.
5. Using a pair of snap ring pliers, remove the
snap ring that is located around the sprocket.
6. Pull the assembly apart and wipe it down,
inside and out with a clean cloth.
7. Then locate the thin shim around the shaft
and remove it. Set it aside.
8. Using a high quality, high-temperature wheel
bearing grease, coat the clutch shaft with a
good layer of lube.
Shim
9. Replace the shim and re-assemble the clutch.
10. Place the clutch mechanism back on to the
drive shaft.
11. Replace the bolt in the end of the shaft that
holds the clutch in place with a new 6mm x 20
or 1/4”-28x3/4” socket head cap screw and
hand tighten.
12. Tighten the retaining bolt to 90 -120 in. lbs.
Grease
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ENGINE DOES NOT START
Follow these steps in order to determine the cause:
1. Is there fuel in the tank?
2. Is the kill switch in the ON position?
3. Is the choke lever in the proper position?
a. ON for cold engine or OFF for warm engine.
4. Is it flooded? If you smell gas fumes, this may be the problem.
a. Follow the steps on page 13 in this book to remedy.
5. Is fuel getting to the carburetor? Check for clogged fuel line.
6. Remove and inspect spark plug.
a. Is it fouled? Replace.
b. Is it dirty or caked with residue? Clean or replace.
7. Spark Test:
a. Put the spark plug back into the boot without installing in
the engine.
b. Holding the rubber boot very carefully, place the open end of
the plug onto a metal part of the engine and pull the starter while
watching for a spark. If there is no spark or a very faint spark, replace
the spark plug.
Be very careful not to touch the metal part of the spark plug as you
can receive a painful shock.
Be sure there is no spilled fuel in the area of your spark test.
If none of the above steps work, please contact Motovox by calling us at:
888-488-MOTO (6686)
ENGINE STARTS BUT DIES QUICKLY
1. Check for proper choke position.
a. If the engine is warm, choke should be OFF.
2. Clogged carburetor jet.
a. Consult with your Motovox Service Center.
3. Bad or contaminated gasoline.
a. Drain fuel tank and refill with clean fuel from a clean container.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
ENGINE LACKS POWER
1. Examine the drive train.
a. Raise the rear wheel off the ground and spin it by hand.
Is the brake dragging? 2. Has the choke been turned off after the engine has warmed up?
3. Check the tire pressure and be sure they are not under-inflated.
4. Check the air filter and be sure it is not clogged.
5. Check the fuel filter and be sure it is not clogged.
6. Check the spark plug and replace if necessary.
7. Make sure fuel is clean.
8. Be sure exhaust is not restricted in some way.
If none of the above steps work, please contact Motovox by calling us at:
888-488-MOTO (6686)
HANDLING ISSUES
1. Steering feels heavy and hard to turn
a. Check torque on steering stem nut.
b. Damaged or corroded steering head bearing.
c. Under-inflated front tire.
2. Wobble or bump while driving
a. Bent rim – replace
b. Damaged tire – replace
3. Pulls to one side
a. Bent or damaged fork – replace
b. Bent frame – replace
FUEL LEAKING FROM CARBURETOR
A fuel leak on the back of the engine around the
carburetor could be caused by a stuck float. To check
to see if this is what is causing a fuel leak that you
have noticed, tap the float bowl (located under the
carburetor) with a screwdriver a few times to
dislodge the float. If this does not fix the problem,
turn the fuel valve off and call Motovox.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Float Bowl
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GENERAL GUIDELINES
If you encounter trouble during a ride, the first thing you should do is stop
and turn off your mini bike as soon as it is safe to do so. Do not continue to
ride if something feels wrong, or if you hear a strange noise until you know
what the source of the problem is and you have determined that the situation
is not dangerous. If you continue to ride, you may cause more damage to the
mini bike and create a dangerous situation for yourself or for those around you.
After you stop and shut off your mini bike, take time to carefully inspect the
entire bike and identify the problem. Always consider all your options since
you may be able to fix the problem easily or you may be able to make a
temporary repair that will get you home. Or it may be prudent to leave the
mini bike where it is and walk to get help or you may be able to push it home
if you are close enough.
Whatever the problem may be, always follow these three simple rules:
1. Always put safety first.
2. If you make a temporary fix to your mini bike, be sure to get a permanent
fix done as soon as possible,
3. Do not continue to ride if your mini bike is in an unsafe condition.
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RESOLVING THE UNEXPECTED
SPECIFIC PROBLEMS
Following are some recommendations for specific problems that may arise.
IF YOU HAVE A FLAT TIRE
How you handle a flat tire when you are out on the trail is determined by the
severity of the tire damage and what tools and supplies you have with you.
For example, if you carry an aerosol tire sealer you may be able to pump up
and seal a small puncture. Or if you carry a patch kit, you may be able to repair
the leak, but this will require removing the wheel from the mini bike and the
tire from the rim, as well as a tire pump.
If you experience a torn tire, you will not be able to fix the problem on the trail
and will have to send for help or walk the mini bike home. Never attempt to
ride on a flat tire as it will be very hard to handle and if the tire comes off it can
lock up the wheel and create a very dangerous situation.
IF YOU CRASH
Personal safety is the first priority after an accident. After a crash, you must
fist determine if you or anyone around you is injured before inspecting the
mini bike for damage. If you find that the mini bike has been damaged you
must determine if it can safely be ridden before proceeding. Look carefully for
cracked frame or fork tubes, loosened bolts or bent parts on your mini bike. Be
sure that nothing is rubbing on a wheel as this can cause a sudden and dangerous flat tire. Make sure that all operating controls are in good working order
and that the handlebars are not bent or broken.
Sometimes crash damage is not immediately apparent so be sure to inspect
the mini bike very carefully after you get it home. And always have a Motovox
Service Center inspect your mini bike after a crash to determine if it is safe to
ride your mini bike.
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SPECIFIC PROBLEMS
DRIVE CHAIN PROBLEMS
The drive chain may come off when riding over bumpy ground. You may be
able to work the chain back onto the sprockets but this probably means that
the chain is getting worn in and needs to be adjusted to be tighter and stay on.
If your chain comes off during a ride, you should always check the tension after
you put it back on and adjust it if necessary. Follow the steps outlined on page
24 in this book to adjust the chain tension.
If the chain breaks when it comes off, chances are that you will not have a
spare master link with you for the repair. But your chain may be able to be
salvaged with a new master link. Consult your Motovox Service Center.
BRAKE
If you experience a problem with one of the brake system components and
you lose your brake, do not ride this mini bike. Turn off the mini bike and push
it home or send for help. A mini bike with a broken brake cable, brake lever
or some other major brake system component is not safe to ride under any
circumstances.
Likewise, if you damage any major component on your mini bike, it may not
be safe to ride. Carefully assess the damage as well as you can and get help as
needed. It is always best to put safety first and be conservative when making
decisions to proceed.
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YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, APT Powersport & Utility Products, LLC (hereinafter “APT Powersport”) are
pleased to explain the emission control system warranty on your 2011 Off-Road Motorcycle. APT Powersport must
warrant the emission control system on your vehicle for 5,000 km, 500 hours of engine operation, or at least 30 months,
whichever comes first, provided that there has been no abuse, neglect or improper maintenance of your vehicle.
This OFMC was designed to meet the emission standards for 10,000 km, 1,000 hours of engine operation, or five years,
whichever comes first. Your emission control system may include parts such as the carburetor or fuel injection system,
the ignition system, catalytic converter and engine computer, if it is equipped. Also included may be hoses, belts,
connectors and other emission-related assemblies. Where a warrantable condition exists, APT Powersport will repair
your vehicle at no cost to you, including diagnosis, parts and labor.
If an emission-related part on your vehicle is defective, the part will be repaired or replaced by APT
Powersport. This is your emission control system DEFECTS WARRANTY. NOTICE! Use of any Motovox brand vehicle in any
type of competitive event completely and absolutely voids this and all other warranties offered by APT Powersport.
OWNER’S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES
As the vehicle owner, you are responsible for the performance of the required maintenance listed in your owner’s
manual. APT Powersport recommends that you retain all receipts covering maintenance on your vehicle, but
APT Powersport cannot deny warranty solely for the lack of receipts or for your failure to ensure the performance of
all scheduled maintenance. You are responsible for presenting your vehicle to the Motovox dealer as soon as a problem
exists. The warranty repairs should be completed in a reasonable amount of time, not to exceed 30 days. As the vehicle
owner, you should be aware that APT Powersport may deny your warranty coverage if your vehicle or a part has failed
due to abuse, neglect, improper maintenance or unapproved modifications. If you use your vehicle in any type of
competitive event, this warranty is immediately and completely void. If you have any questions regarding your warranty
rights and responsibilities, you should contact:
APT Powersport & Utility Products, LLC, 8844 Hillcrest Road, Kansas City, Missouri 64138, Phone: (816)767-8783,
or the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency at 2000 Traverwood Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
APT Powersport & Utility Products, LLC
Limited Warranty on Emission Control System
YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
APT Powersport warrant that each new 2011 Motovox brand off-road vehicle:
A. is designed, built and equipped so as to conform at the time of initial retail purchase with all applicable regulations
of the United States Environmental Protection Agency; and
B. is free from defects in material and workmanship which cause such vehicle to fail to conform to applicable
regulations of the United States Environmental Protection Agency for the periods specified above.
I. Coverage. Warranty defects shall be remedied during customary business hours at any authorized Motovox
dealer located within the United States of America in compliance with the Clean Air Act and applicable regulations of
the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Any part or parts replaced under this warranty shall become the
property of APT Powersport.
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II. Limitations. This Emission Control System Warranty shall not cover any of the following:
A. Repair or replacement as a result of
(1) accident,
(2) misuse,
(3) repairs improperly performed or replacements improperly installed,
(4) use of replacement parts or accessories not conforming to specifications set forth by APT Powersport,
which adversely affect performance and/or
(5) use in competitive racing or related events.
B. Inspections, replacement of parts and other services and adjustments required for required maintenance.
C. Any vehicle equipped with an odometer or hour meter on which the odometer mileage or hour meter reading has
been changed so that actual mileage cannot be readily determined.
III. Limited Liability.
A. The liability of APT Powersport under this Emission Control System Warranty is limited solely to the remedying of
defects in material or workmanship by an authorized Motovox dealer at its place of business during customary business
hours. This warranty does not cover inconvenience or loss of use of the vehicle or transportation of the vehicle to or from
the Motovox dealer. APT Powersport shall not be liable for any other expenses, loss or damage, whether direct,
incidental, consequential or exemplary arising in connection with the sale or use of or inability to use the Motovox brand
vehicle for any purpose. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of any incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
APT Powersport & Utility Products, LLC
Limited Warranty on Emission Control System
B. No express emission control system warranty is given by APT Powersport, except as specifically set forth herein. Any
emission control system warranty implied by law, including any warranty of mechanability or fitness for a particular
purpose, is limited to the express emission control system warranty terms stated in this warranty. The foregoing
statements of warranty are exclusive and in lieu of all other remedies. Some states do not allow limitations on how long
an implied warranty lasts, so the avove limitations may not apply to you.
C. No dealer is authorized to modify this Limited Emission Control System Warranty issued by APT Powersport.
IV. LEGAL RIGHTS. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
V. This warranty is in addition to the Motovox limited vehicle warranty.
VI. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. Any replacement part that is equivalent in performance and durability
may be used in the performance of any maintenance or repairs. However, APT Powersport are not liable for these parts.
The owner is responsible for the performance of all required maintenance. Such maintenance may be performed at a
service establishment or by any individual. The warranty period begins on the date the OFMC is delivered to an ultimate
purchaser. If you have any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities, you should contact APT
Powersport & Utility Products, LLC, at the address and phone number listed below, or the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency at , 2000 Traverwood Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
APT Powersport & Utility Products, LLC
8844 Hillcrest Road,
Kansas City, MO 64138 Phone: 816-767-8783
Fax: 816-767-0605
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provide you fast solutions to any problems you may have with
your product and so that we can keep in touch with you
regarding any product updates.
Simply detach the regsitration form on the next page, fill it out and mail it to
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Motovox MBx10 Product Registration
Please complete and mail this card within 10 days of purchase.
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