Honda CRF110F service manual 2013-2015

Honda CRF110F service manual 2013-2015
3. MAINTENANCE
SERVICE INFORMATION .. ············ .... · .... · .. ···3.2
DRIVE CHAIN ············································· 3.12
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE ························3-4
DRIVE CHAIN SLIDER ·······························3·15
FUEL LINE········································· ············ 3.5
BRAKE SHOE WEAR················ .. ···············3·15
THROTILE OPERATION······························3·6
BRAKE SYSTEM ································ ········3·15
AIR CLEANER···············································3.7
CLUTCH SYSTEM ············· ···················· .... ·3·17
CRANKCASE BREATHER ···························3·7
SIDESTAND················································3·17
SPARK PLUG················································3·8
SUSPENSION ························ ····················· 3·17
VALVE CLEARANCE····································3·9
SPARK ARRESTER ··································· 3·18
ENGINE OIL ················ ································3·10
NUTS, BOLTS , FASTENERS·····················3·19
ENGINE OIL STRAINER SCREEN ······· ····· ·3·11
WHEELSITIRES·········· ···· ·· ·························· 3·19
ENGINE OIL CENTRIFUGAL FILTER ········3·11
STEERING HEAD BEARINGS ··················· 3·19
ENGINE IDLE SPEED .. ········ .. ···· ·················3·12
3-1
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MAINTENANCE
SERVICE INFORMATION
GENERAL
• Place the motorcycle on a level surface before starting any work.
• The exhaust contains poisonous carton monoxide gas that may cause loss of consciousness and may lead to death. Run the
engine in an open area or with an exhaust evacuation system in an enclosed area.
•
SPECIFICATIONS
or
equivalent motor oil
API service classification: SG or higher
JASO T 903 standard: MA
SAE 10W-30
•
TORQUE VALUES
Aireleaner
Air
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Valve . .
, lock nul
, cap
Timing "ole cap
~"lter cover bolt
Clul~r lock nul
,ivol bolt
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Sparl< ;
Fronl spoke
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2
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5
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1.5
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Apply oil 10 !"e
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MAINTENANCE
TOOLS
Valve adjuster B
07908·KE90000
Spoke wrench , 4.5 x 5.1 mm
07701·0020200
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or 07908·KE90200 (U.S.A. only)
3-3
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Perform the Pre· ride inspection in the Owner's Manual al each scheduled maintenance period .
I: Inspect and Clean, Adjust. Lubricate or Replace if necessary. C: Clean. R: Replace. A: Adjust. l: l ubricate.
The following items require some mechanical knowledge. Certain items (particularly those marked * and •• ) may require more
technical information and tools. Consult a dealer.
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2400
4000
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SHOULD BE SERVICED BY A DEALER, UNLESS THE OWNER HAS PROPER TOOLS AND SERVICE DATA AND IS
MECHANICALLY QUALIFIED.
IN THE INTEREST OF SAFETY, WE RECOMMEND THESE ITEMS BE SERVICED ONLY BY A DEALER.
Honda recommends that a dealer should road test your motorcycle after each periodic maintenance is carried out.
NOTES:
1. Service more frequently when ridden in we t or dusty conditions.
3-4
MAINTENANCE
FUEL LINE
Check the fuel line [1 J for deterioration, damage or
leakage.
Replace the fuel line if necessary.
FUEL STRAINER SCREEN
Turn the fuel valve lever [1J to OFF position and
disconnect the fuel hose (2J from Ihe carburetor.
Place a drain pan under Ihe fuel hose and turn the fuel
valve lever ON to drain the fuel tank.
After the tank has drained completely, remove the two
bolts [3] and collars [4].
Remove the fuel valve [1] and fuel strainer screen [21.
Remove the O-ring [3] from the fuel valve.
Wash the fuel strainer screen in non·flammable or high
flash point solvent.
Install a new O-ring to the fuel valve.
Install the removed parts in the reverse order of
removal.
After installation, check for fuel leaks.
3-5
MAINTENANCE
THROTTLE OPERATION
INSPECTION/ADJUSTMENT
Check for any deterioration or damage to the throttle r - - - -- - -- - - - - - - -- ---,
cable. Check Ihe throttle grip for smooth operation.
3 -6 mm (0.12 -0.24 in)
Check that the throttle opens and automatically closes
in all steering positions.
l{the throttle grip does not return properly, overhaul and
lubricate Ihe throttle grip housing.
If the throttle grip still does not return properly, replace
the throttle cable.
With Ihe engine idling, turn the handlebar all the way to
the right and left to ensure thai the idle speed does not
change. If id18 speed increases, check the throttle grip
freeplay and throWe cable connection.
Measure the throttle grip free play at the grip flange.
FREEPLAY: 3 - 6 mm (0 .12 -0.24 in)
Throttle grip free play can be adjusted al Ihe throttle
housing adjuster [1].
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Remove the dust cover [2] from the adjuster.
Adjust the freeplay by loosening the lock nut [3] and
tuming the adjuster.
Recheck the throttle operation.
12J
Replace any damaged parts if necessary.
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THROTTLE LIMITER ACTIVATION
This motorcycle can reduce the throttle grip movement.
Remove the M5 x 10 screw [1] from the throttle
housing.
Replace the M5 x 10 screw with the M5 x 40 screw [2]
provided and tighten it fully.
When the M5 x 10 screw is installed, the throttle can be
fully opened.
When the M5 x 40 screw is installed, the throttle
opening is restricted to approximately 50% and
maximum engine speed is limited.
Do not remove the screw except when activating or
deactivating the limiter.
Use only provided screws. Do not use any other
SCffiW.
Never operate the motorcycle without either the M5
x 10 or M5 x 40 screws installed as debris can enter
the housing and cause the throttle to bind.
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MAINTENANCE
AIR CLEANER
Remove the left fuel tank shroud (page 2-3).
Remove the four screws [1J and air cleaner housing
cover 12].
12J
Remove the air cleaner element [3J from the housing.
Pour clean Pro Honda Foam Filter Oil or equivalent
(Canada: Honda Foam Filter Oil or equivalent) over the
entire surface of the air cleaner.
Use both hands to evenly spread the oil into the air
cleaner.
Gently squeeze out any excess oil (To keep your hands
dry, place the air cleaner in a clean plastiC bag before
spleading the oil into the air cleaner).
Clean the inside of Ihe air cleaner housing.
I1J
Installation is in the reverse order of removal.
• When installing the air cleaner element, apply
grease to the element all around.
TORQUE:
Air cleaner housing cover screw:
1.5 N'm (0. 15 kgf'm , 1.1IbHt)
CRANKCASE BREATHER
NOTE:
Service more frequently when ridden in rain , at full
throttle, or after the motorcycle is washed. Service if the
deposit level can be seen in the drain cap.
Check the crankcase breather drain cap (1].
If deposits has collected, remove the clip [2] and
crankcase breather drain cap.
Drain depoSits into the suitable container.
Install the crankcase breather drain cap and clip.
Check the crankcase breather hose (1) for deterioration,
damage or leakage.
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MAINTENANCE
SPARK PLUG
Disconnect the spark plug cap [1].
Clean around the
spark plug bases
with compf&ssed air
before ITtmoving.
and be SUf8 that no
Remove the spark plug [2) using a spark plug wrench or
equivalent.
Inspect or replace as described in the maintenance
schedule (page 3-4).
dabris Is allowed to
enterthe
combustion
chamber.
INSPECTION
Check the following and replace if necessary.
121
Insulator (1] for damage
Center electrode [2] and side electrode [3] for wear
Burning condition, coloration;
- Dark 10 light brown indicates good condition.
- Excessive lightness indicates malfunctioning
ignition system or lean mixture.
- Wet or black sooty deposit indicates over·rich
mixture.
RECOMMENDED SPARK PLUG : CPR6EA·9S (NGK)
111
Clean the span.: plug electrodes with a wire brush or
special plug cleaner.
Check the gap between the center and side electrodes
with a wire-type feeler gauge.
131
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0.8 -0.9 mm
(0.03 - 0.04 in)
If necessary, adjust the gap by bending the side
electrode carefully.
SPARK PLUG GAP: 0.8 - 0.9 mm (0.03 - 0 .04 In)
Install and hand tighten the spark plugl1J to the cylinder
head, then tighten the spark plug to the specified
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torque.
TORQUE : 16 N·m (1.6 kgf·m , 12Ibf-ft)
Installlhe spark plug cap.
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3·8
MAINTENANCE
VALVE CLEARANCE
INSPECTION
Inspect and adjust
Remove the cylinder head cover (page 8-6).
the valve clearance
Remove the crankshaft hole cap and liming hole cap
while the engine is
from the left crankcase cover.
cold (be/ow 35' C/
9S' F)
Rotate the crankshaft [1J counterclockwise unl illhe "r
mark [2] on the flywheel is aligned with the index notch
13J on the left crankcase cover.
Make sura the piston is at TDC (Top Dead Center) on
the compression stroke.
Check the valve clearance by inserting a feeler gauge , - - --,r-- --,
[1) between the valve adjusting screw 121 and valve
stem.
VALVE CLEARANCE :
IN/EX : 0.10 t 0.02 mm (0.004 ± 0.001 in)
ADJUSTMENT
Adjust by loosening the lock nut 111 and turning the ,----::::--adjusting screw (2) until there is a slight drag on the
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feeler gauge.
TOOLS :
[3) Val ve adjuster B
[3J
07908 ·KE90000 or
07908-KE90200 (U .S.A . only)
Apply engine oil to the lock nul.
Hold the adjusting screw and tighten the lock nut to the
specified torque.
TORQUE : 9 N·m (0.9 kgf·m, 6.6Ibf·ft)
After tightening the valve adjuster lock nut, recheck the
valve dearance.
Apply engine oil to a new crankshaft. hole cap a-ring
and timing hole cap D-ring , then install them to the
caps.
Install and tighten the crankshaft hole cap and timing
hole cap to the specified torque.
TORQUE:
Crankshaft hole cap
Timln9 hole cap
8 N·m (0.8 kgf·m, 5.9 Ibf-ft)
10 N·m (1 .0 kgf·m, 7Ibf-ft)
Install the cylinder head cover (page 8·7).
3-9
MAINTENANCE
ENGINE OIL
ENGINE OIL LEVEL CHECK
Start the engine and let it idle for 3 - 5 minutes.
Stop the engine and wait 2 - 3 minutes.
Support the motorcycle in an upright pOSition on level
ground.
UPPER LEVEL
Remove the filler cap/dipstick [1] and wipe it clean.
Reinslalilhe oil filler cap/dipstick, but do nol screw in.
Remove the filler cap and check the oil level.
LOWER LEc.V" E" L,--."
If the oil level is below the lower level line on the
dipstick, fill
Olfler ViSCClsi/ias
shown in the chart
may be used when
the average
temperature in your
riding
8r&a
is within
the crankcase with the recommended oil.
RECOMMENDED ENGINE OIL :
Pro Honda GN4 4-stroke 011 (U.S.A and Canada) or
equivalent motor 011
API service classification: SG or higher
JASO T 903 standard: MA
Viscosity : SAE 10W-30
Ihe indicated range.
Check that the a-ring is in good condition, replace if
necessary.
Reinstall the oil filler capJdipstick.
ENGINE OIL CHANGE
Change the engine
oil with Ihe engine
warm and the
motorcycle on level
ground to assure
complete draining.
Warm up the engine.
Stop the engine and remove the oil filler capfdipstick,
drain bolt [1] and sealing washer [2].
Drain the oil completely.
After the oil has drained completely, install the drain bolt
with a new sealing washer.
Tighten the drain bolt to the specified torque.
TORQUE: 24 N·m (2.4 kgf·m , 181bHt)
Fill the crankcase with the recommended engine oil.
ENGINE OIL CAPACITY:
1.0 liter (1 .1 US qt, 0.9 Imp qt) at draining
1.15 liter (1.22 US qt, 1.01 Imp qt) at disassembly
Check that the a-ring on the oil filler cap is in good
condition, and replace it jf necessary.
Instatlthe oil filler capfdipstick.
Start the engine and tet it idle for 2 to 3 minutes.
Stop the engine and recheck the oil level.
Check the engine oil level (page 3-10) and make sure
there are no oil leaks.
3-10
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III
MAINTENANCE
ENGINE OIL STRAINER SCREEN
Remove the right crankcase cover (page 10-5).
Remove the oil strainer screen [1] and clean it.
Install the oil strainer screen wi th its tapered side facing
the crankcase side and thinner edge facing up as
shown.
Install the right crankcase cover (page 10-8).
ENGINE OIL CENTRIFUGAL FILTER
CLEANING
Remove the right crankcase cover (page 10-5).
Remove the bolls (1). oil centrifugal filler cover [2] and
gaskeI13].
Clean the oil centrifugal filter cover and inside of the
drive plate using a clean lint-free cloth .
Install a new gasket [1) with its sealed side facing the oil
centrifu gal filter cover.
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3-11
MAINTENANCE
Apply locl<ing agent to the oil centrifugal filter cover bolt
[1] threads.
Install the oil centrifugal filler cover 12] and bolls.
Tighten Ihe bolls to the specifted torque.
TORQUE : 5 N'm (0.5 kgf'm, 3.7 IbHt)
Inslallthe right crankcase cover (page 10-8).
ENGINE IDLE SPEED
Inspect and adjust the idle speed after all olher ,
engine maintenance items have been performed
- - - - - - -- - -- - - - - - - - ,
and are within specifications.
The engine must be warm for accurate idle speed
inspection and adjustment.
Connect a tachometer.
Warm up the engine for about 10 minutes.
Tum the throttle stop screw [1 ) as required to obtain the
specified idle speed.
IDLE SPEED: 1,400 ± 100 rpm
11]
DRIVE CHAIN
Amputation hazard. Never inspect or adjust the
drive chain while the
DRIVE CHAIN SLACK INSPECTION
Turn the ignition switch OFF, place the motorcycle on
its side stand and shift the transmission into neutral.
Check the slack in the drive chain lower run midway
between the sprockets.
CHAIN SLACK: 10 - 20 mm (0.4 - 0.8 In)
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NOTICE
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Excessive chain slack, 50 mm (2.0 in) or more, may
damage the frame.
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10 - 20 mm (0.4 - 0.8 in)
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MAINTENANCE
ADJUSTMENT
loosen the rear axle nut (1) and chain adjuster lock
nuls [2].
Tum both chain adjusting nuls [3) equally until the chain
slack is correct.
Make sure the both adjusters [4) end surface are
aligned with the index marks [5J on the swingarm .
151
131
TlQhten the rear axle nut to the specified torque.
TORQUE : 64 N'm (6.5 kgf'm , 47 IbUt)
Tighten both chain adjuster lock nuts.
Recheck the drive chain slack and free wheel rotation.
Check the rear brake pedal freeptay (page 3-16). adjust
if necessary.
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Lubricate the drive chain with Pro Honda chain lube or
equivalent.
Wipe off any excess drive chain lubricant.
CLEANING, INSPECTION AND
LUBRICATION
If the drive chain becomes extremely diny, it should be
removed and cleaned prior to lubrication .
Drive
Inside
Remove the left crankcase rear cover (page 2-7).
Carefully remove the retaining clip (1) with pliers.
Remove the link plate [2), master link (3] and drive
chain.
131
Clean the chain with non-flammable or high flash point
solvent and wipe it dry.
Be sure the
lubricating.
chain
has dried
completely before
Inspeclthe drive chain for possible damage or wear.
SOFT BRUSH
SOLVENT
CLEANING
Replace any chain that has damaged rollers, loose
filling links, or otherwise appears unserviceable.
Installing a new chain on badly wom sprockel s will
cause the new chain to wear quickly.
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WIPE AND DRY
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Inspect and replace sprocket if necessary.
LUBRICATE
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3-13
MAINTENANCE
Lubricate the drive chain with Pro Honda chain lube or
equivalent.
LUBRICATE:
Wipe off any excess drive chain lubricant.
PRO HONDA CHAIN LUBE
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Measure the drive chain distance between a span of 40 r
pins from pin center to pin center with the chain held
taut and any kinked joint straightened.
40 PINS
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SERVICE LIMIT: 51 8 mm (20.4 In)
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SPROCKETS INSPECTION
Inspect the drive and driven sprocket tee th for wear or , - - - - - - - - - - - - - --
----,
damage, replace jf necessary.
Never use a new drive chain on worn sprockets.
Bolh chain and sprockets must be in good condition, or
the new replacement chain will wear rapidly.
Check the attaching bolts and nuts on the drive and
driven sprockets.
NORMAL
If any are loose, torque them.
Install the drive chain onto the sprockets.
Drive
Install the master link [1] and link plate [2].
Inside
Install the retaining clip [3] with the open end opposite
the direction of chain travel.
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(1)
MAINTENANCE
DRIVE CHAIN SLIDER
INSPECTION
Check the drive chain slider (1] for wear or damage.
Replace the drive chain slider if II is worn to the service
limit of if it has been damaged.
SERVICE LI MIT: 1.5 mm (0.06 in)
BRAKE SHOE WEAR
FRONT/REAR BRAKE SHOES
Check Ihe brake shoes and brake drum if the arrow
mark [1] on the indicator plate aligns with the triangle
mark [2) on the brake panel when the brake leverlbrake
pedal is applied.
Front side shown:
Refer to for brake shoe replacement:
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Front brake (page 14-14)
Rear brake (page 15-10)
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BRAKE SYSTEM
FRONT BRAKE
Measure the front brake lever free play at the tip of the
lever.
FREEPLAY:
r - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - ,
15 mm (0.59 in)
F
15 mm (0 .59 in)
3·15
•
MAINTENANCE
Pull the dust cover [1] off.
Minor adjustments can be made with the upper
adjuster.
•
Loosen the lock nut [2} and tum the adjuster [3] until the
freeplay is within specification.
After adjustment, tighten the lock nut.
•
Major adjustments can be made with the lower adjuster
on the brake panel.
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Loosen the Jock nul [1] and tum the adjusting nut [21 I--~':::::"':~.J
untillhe freepJay is within specification.
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After adjustment, tighten the lock nut.
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REAR BRAKE
Check the brake pedal freeplay.
FREEPLAY:
15 mm (0.59 In)
•
15 mm (0.59 in)
Make sure the
Adjust the brake pedal freeplay by turning the adjusting
cutout on the nut [1].
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adjusting nut is
seated on the brake
arm pin after
making the final
'reap/ey
adjustment.
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MAINTENANCE
CLUTCH SYSTEM
loosen the clutch adjuster lock nul (1) and turn the r - -- -- - - - - -- - - - -- -:-::,--clutch adjuster [2] clockwise one full tum; do nol turn
excessively.
Slowly tum the adjuster counterclockwise until
resistance is felt.
Hold the adjuster
while tightening the
Jock nut.
From this point, tum the adjuster clockwise 118 lurn,
and tighten the lock nut to the specified torque .
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TORQU E: 12 N'm (1.2 kgf'm , 9 Ibf-ft)
• Check for clutch operation after adjustment.
SIDESTAND
Support the motorcycle on a level surface.
Check the sidestand spring [1] for damage or loss of
tension.
Check the sidestand assembly [2) for freedom of
movement and lubricate the sidestand pivot if
necessary.
Check that the sidestand pivot boll is tightened to the
correct torque value.
Tighten the pivot bolt to the speCified torque.
TORQU E: 10 N'm (1.0 kgf'm , 7lbHt )
Loosen the pivot bolt 1/8 to 114 turns. then tighten the
{2}
sidestand pivot lock nut to the specified torque.
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TORQUE : 39 N'm (4.0 kgf'm , 29 IbHt)
SUSPENSION
FRONT SUSPENSION INSPECT[ON
Check the action of the front suspension by operating n~..",""...........-- -- - - -- - -- ----,
the front brake and compressing the forks several
times.
Check. the entire fork assembly for signs of leaks,
damage Of loose fasteners.
Replace damaged components
repaired.
which
cannot be
Tighten all nuts and bolts.
Refer to page 14-18 for fork service.
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MAINTENANCE
REAR SUSPENSION INSPECTION
Support the motorcycle securely and raise the rear r - - - -...._
wheel off the ground by placing a work stand or a box
under the engine.
Check for worn swingarm bushings by grabbing the
rear end of the swingarm and attempting to move the
swingarm side to side.
Replace the bushings if any are looseness is noted.
Check the action of the shock absorber by compressing
it severa! limes.
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Check the entire shock absorber assembly for signs of
leaks , damage or loose fasteners.
Replace damaged components which cannot
be
repaired.
Tighten all nuts and bolts.
Refer to page 15·15 for shock absorber service.
SPARK ARRESTER
INSPECTION/CLEANING
Remove the following:
-
Right fuel tank shroud (page 2-3)
Muffler cover (page 2-8)
Remove the three bolts ' 11, spark arrester [2] and
[2]
gasket [31 from the muffler.
Check the screen mesh (1] , replace if necessary.
Use a soft brush to remove carbon deposits from the
spark arrester screen.
Be careful not to damage the spark arrester screen .
The spark arrester (2J must be free of breaks and holes,
replace if necessary.
Install the spark arrester in the reverse order of
removal.
• Replace the gasket with a new one.
TORQUE :
Sperl< arrester
mounting bolt
3·18
10 N'm (1 .0 kgf·m , 7 IbHt)
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MAINTENANCE
NUTS, BOLTS, FASTENERS
Check thai all chassis nuts and bolts are tightened to
their correct torque values (page 1-9).
Check that all safety clips, hose clamps and cable stays
are in place and properly secured.
WHEELS/TIRES
Support Ihe motorcycle using a hoist or equivalent,
raise the front wheel off the ground .
Hold the front fork leg and move the front wheel
sideways with force to see if the wheel bearings are
worn .
For front wheel service (page 14-9).
Support the motorcycle using a hoist or equivalent,
raise the rear wheel off the ground.
Hold the swingarm and move the rear wheel sideways ..._ ....
with force to see if the wheel bearings are worn.
For rear wheel service (page 15-6).
Tire pressure
should be checked
when the tires ere
cold.
Maintenance of spoke tension and wheel trueness are
critical to safe motorcycle operation. During the first 150
km (100 miles), spokes will loosen more rapidly due to
initial seating of parts. Excessively loose spokes may
result in high speed instability and possible loss of
control.
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Inspect the wheel rims and spokes for damage.
Tighten any loose spokes to the specified torque.
TOOL:
[1] Spo ke w rench , 4.5 x 5. 1 mrn
07701 - 0020 200
TORQUE : 3 .2 N'm (0 .33 kg f 'm , 2.4 IbHt)
STEERING HEAD BEARINGS
Raise the front wheel off the ground by placing a work
stand or box under the engine.
Check that the
control cables do
not interfere with
handlebar rotation.
Check that the handlebar moves freely from side to
side.
If the handlebar moves unevenly, binds, or has vertical
movement, inspect the steering head bearings (page
14-26).
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