47CC POCKET BIKE OWNER MANUAL

47CC POCKET BIKE OWNER MANUAL
47CC POCKET BIKE
2 Stroke Gas Engine
OWNER MANUAL
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THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING
47CC GASOLINE POCKET BIKE
PLEASE CAREFULLY STUDY THE CONTENTS OF THIS
OPERATION MANUAL PRIOR TO STARTING THE BIKE
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED
HEREIN MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO YOUR POCKET
BIKE, DECREASE ENGINE LIFE, CAUSE INJURY TO
YOURSELF OR OTHERS AND MAY ALSO VOID THE
WARRANTY
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IMPORTANT NOTES FOR SAFE OPERATION
BEFORE ASSEMBLING AND STARTING THE BIKE YOU MUST CAREFULLY READ AND
STUDY THIS ENTIRE MANUAL
 If a situation arises that is not covered in this manual, proceed with caution and use good
judgment, turn off the engine immediately and/or call for expert help.
 You have to buy your own insurance if you need to cover yourself for any
possible injury arises from riding this bike as our company does not carry
and will not carry any insurance to cover the bike’s owner for any injury or
arising damages while using this bike. Your regular insurance policy may
not provide coverage for accidents involving the use of the products. You
should consult your insurance agent for coverage.
 Customer purchased this pocket bike have agreed to surrender and waive all legal rights for
damages for any incidental, consequential and punitive damages arising from direct or
indirect injury and/or death to person(s) or property or any other loss for whatever causes,
negligence of seller, dealer, distributor, importer, manufacturer, our company and our
officers. Customer aware the risks of riding the pocket bike and agrees to take 100%
responsibilities of his/her own action. Our maximum compensation is the sales amount of
the pocket bike. The purchaser agrees to settle all disputes by California arbitration
organization and no legal fees can be recovered from the seller, dealer, distributor, importer,
manufacturer, and our company.
 This product is built for off road riding only. This product does not conform to federal motor
vehicles standards and is not intended for operation on pedestrian, public street, road,
highway or freeway. Customer aware that engine is not conformed to California CARB
(California Air Resources Board) requirement. It is the sole responsibility and sole discretion
which he/she will not follow the CARB law.
 Serious injury can result from the unsafe operations of this bike. Operator can minimize
these risks by using certain safety equipment such as safety helmet, goggles, gloves, elbow
pads, knee pads, and shoe with ankle support.
 This is a motor pocket bike. The owner should check with reliable authority in
your state to see if this motor pocket bike requires any license or registration
or not. Your police department or local motor vehicle department may be
able to answer your question or direct you to a reliable authority.
-3 Our recommended age and minimum weight for this pocket bike is 16 years or older and 100
pounds and up. It is the sole decision and responsibility of the parent, if the rider is not over
18, to let their kid for at any age to ride this bike.
 Minor without adult supervision should never use this product.
 The user and his/her parents (if the user is a minor), of this product assume all risks
associated with its use.
 Do not operate this vehicle unless you have excellence vision, balance, coordination,
reflexes, muscle/bone strength and decision making capability.
 Do not operate this vehicle in wet, frozen, oily or unpaved surface.
 Do not operate this vehicle in dark, unless your bike equipped with legally accepted front
light & back light for dark condition.
 Avoid uneven surface, chuckhole, surface crack, and stationary or moving obstacle.
 Always follow the traffic regulation.
 Failure to perform scheduled maintenance as outlined in this manual may result in damage
to the engine and void the warrant whether expressed or implied.
 Do not carry passenger or products with this pocket bike; this will void the bike’s warranty.
 Never start the engine inside a closed room or building. Breathing exhaust fumes can be
fatal.
 The use of this vehicle for racing, competition, and commercial use if not allowed and will
void the warranty.
 Do not touch any part of the engine, exhaust or muffler during or within 2 hours after the
operation.
 Do not place any clothes, any belongings, that cannot stand the heat, near the engine or
muffler during the operation of this bike as the engine and muffler are extremely hot, and
may burnt up your clothes, or belongings.
-4 Do not place any part of your body or your clothes or foreign object on or near the driving
chain during operation or prior starting.
 Never attempt to service the pocket bike yourself if you are not familiar with the mechanical
aspects of the bike, otherwise, warranty will be void.
 Do not attempt to service the interior of engine; otherwise the warranty will be void.
 Any upgrade, unauthorized modifications, alternations, attachments, made or added to this
bike will void the warranty.
 Mix the 2 stroke engine oil with unleaded gasoline correctly otherwise, it will damage the
engine and void the warranty.
 During the first 3 hours of operation, only run half throttle to run in the bike. Within this
period, if the bike is used continuous at the highest speed, the engine will be ruin and also
void the warranty.
 Please do not let any person especially the children to stand in front and at the rear of the
bike when starting or operating the bike.
 Do not start the bike in a enclosed area or inside the house. The exhaust gas may contain
poisonous gas which will harm our health.
 Please do not forget to fill in the warranty registration form and mail it back to your
purchased store along with a copy of the receipt within 14 days, otherwise the warranty will
be void.
DISCLAIMER:
IN THE EVENT OF THE PRECEDING OR FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS
MANUAL ARE NOT ADHERED TO, WHETHER IN FULL OR IN PART, NEITHER THE
MANUFACTURER, EXPORTER, IMPORTER OR ANY THIRD PARTY DISTRIBUTORS SHALL
ASSUME ANY LEGAL OR FINANCIAL LIABILITY FOR, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, INJURY TO
THE OWNER, OPERATOR AND/OR ANY THIRD PARTY; DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE AND/OR
OTHER PROPERTY; AND/OR PROSECUTION DUE TO NON-COMPLIANCE WITH STATE OR
FEDERAL DRIVING REGULATIONS & REQUIREMENTS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
IMPORTANT NOTES FOR SAFE OPERATION ….……………………………3
Disclaimer
PARTS & DESCRIPTION ……………………………………………..……..….. 7
Parts List & Stock Numbers
ASSEMBLY & PREPARATION …………………………………………………. 8
Unpacking & Checking
Assembly and Preparation
Mixing and Adding Fuel
STARTING & OPERATION ………….……………………………………………9
Prior to Starting
Starting Procedure
Break in the Engine
Stopping the Engine
Adjusting the Carburetor
MAINTANANCE ……………………………………………………………………12
Daily Inspection
Maintenance Schedule
Parts Maintenance
Long Term Storage
TROUBLESHOOTING …………………...………………………………………..14
SPECIFICATIONS ………………………………………………………………….16
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PARTS AND DESCRIPTION
PARTS LIST
PART NR.
PB-G001
PB-G002
PB-G003
PB-G004
PB-G005
PB-G006
PB-G007
PB-G008
PB-G009
PB-G010
PB-G011
PB-G012
PB-G013
PB-G014
PB-G015
PB-G016
PB-G017
PB-G018
PB-G019
DESCRIPTION
FRAME
PLASTIC BODY
ENGINE
EXHAUST PIPE
FRONT & REAR TIRES
FRONT & REAR WHEELS
DISK BRAKE
FRONT FORK
HANDLE BAR
FRONT & REAR AXE
CHAIN
CHAIN WHEEL
BRAKE LEVER & WIRES
BEARINGS
FOOT REST
CHAIN COVER
THROTTLE WIRE
SCREWS ACCESSEMBLE
TOOLS
QUANTITY
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
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ASSEMBLY & PREPARATION
A. UNPACKING
After careful unpacking you should find the following:
1. 1 pocket bike with handlebars & engine attached
2. 1 tool set consisting of spark plug remover/screw driver combination.
3. 1 instruction manual
B. ASSEMBLY
1. Place the pocket bike on a solid level surface and put the parking stand.
2. Adjust the handlebars to the required position by loosening the screws of clips
and tightening securely after required position is achieved.
3. Check tire pressure. Tire pressure must be up to 32 psi.
4. Mix gasoline with 2 stroke lubricating oil as specified below.
C. MIXING AND ADDING FUEL TO THE FUEL TANK
‧ Mix a regular grade unleaded gasoline and a quality-proven motor oil for
air-cooled 2 cycle engines.
‧ In order to protect your engine
‧ Start scooter smoothly.
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STARTING & OPERATING THE SCOOTER
A. PRIOR TO STARTING
The following steps are important and must be followed before starting the engine
EACH TIME it is used.
THOROUGHLY CHECKING YOUR BIKE TAKES ONLY A FEW MINUTES
AND MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE!
 Check the fuel level in the fuel tank – Ensure that it is fully fueled with the correct fuel/oil
mixing ratio.
 Check the brake operation – Tightly squeeze the brake lever and firmly push the bike
backwards and forwards. If the bike moves with the brakes applied then the brakes need
replacement or adjustment. Do not drive with worn or defective brakes.
 Check the tire pressure – Tires must be inflated to 32 psi. Driving with too low air pressure
in the tire may cause accidents. Never inflate over 32 psi.
 Check the throttle for smooth operation – Rotate the throttle and release a couple of
times. Ensure that it smoothly returns to the original position without manual assistance.
 Check the steering – Turn the steering from side to side several times. Ensure that it can
fully turn without sticking.
 Check the front wheel – Lift up the front end of the bike and spin the front
wheel. Ensure that it turns smoothly.
 Check the fuel tank cap – Make sure that it is tightly closed.
 Check the front steering column – Double-check that the handlebar assembly is firmly
tightened.
 Check the drive chain – Check to ensure that both engine and wheel drive chain is in good
condition (not torn or frayed) and not too slack.
 Check all nuts, bolts and fasteners AGAIN – Ensure that all wheel nuts and handlebar
assembly etc. are securely fastened. Use the included tool kit.
-9B. STARTING PROCEDURE
PARK THE VEHICLE ON A LEVEL SURFACE CHECK FOR SUFFICIENT FUEL IN THE FUEL
TANK FOLLOW THE CHECK-LIST ON PREVIOUS PAGE
STARTING THE ENGINE
DIAPHRAGM CARBURETOR ENGINE
1. Push red starter lever
2. Depress purge bulb many times until fuel drains out of overflow tube.
(The purge bulb is at least 2/3 filled with fuel)
When the bulb is released, the umbrella check valve is drawn closed.
An orifice bypassing the check valve allows fuel to be drawn up from
the fuel tank, through the carburetor fuel pump, metering chamber
and into the primer bulb.
3. Pull out the starter rope quickly.
NOTE:
After starter engine, if it is too late released by a throttle wire to cause engine stop. If you
want to restart the engine at once, move the choke lever to the “ON” position. Or else
engine will not start
4. Run it for 2 to 3 minutes to warm up the engine
NOTE:
(1) Don’t accelerate the engine rapidly just after you start it since the engine
can’t be well lubricated yet.
(2) If the throttle valve is set at the highest speed, the engine may be
damaged and shortened its life time by excessive running. Avoid the
unloaded operation at high speed (racing) and also never operate the
engine in excess of its rated revolution.
5. Check the fuel tank and remember to refill it before exhaustion. Too little fuel
may cause the next failure of starting the engine.
BREAK-IN YOUR ENGINE
During the first two weeks of riding, run your new vehicle tenderly. Don’t run too
fast and don’t approach the maximum rpm.
Following these guidelines will greatly enhance the long-term power and life of the
engine.
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STOP ENGINE
1. After long times to ride, Pull down the engine revolution to the lowest.
(2~3minutes).
2. Push the stop button.
3. Turn off the fuel cock.
ADJUSTMENT OF CARBURETOR
Adjust the slow speed by the idle adjusting screw. Clockwise turn will make the
slow speed higher and counter-clockwise turn will make it lower.
VERY IMPORTANT!
DURING THE FIRST MONTH OF OPERATION – THE “BREAKING-IN” PERIOD -NEVER
APPROACH MAXIMUM SPEED, AVOID SUDDEN ACCELERATION AND DO NOT DRIVE AT
HIGH SPEEDS FOR EXTENDED PERIODS OF TIME.
FOLLOWING THE ABOVE RULES WILL GREATLY ENHANCE LONG
TERM PERFORMANCE, ENGINE LIFE AND REDUCE ENGINE TROUBLE
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MAINTANANCE
A. DAILY INSPECTION
The following steps are important and must be followed before starting the engine
EACH TIME it is used.
THOROUGHLY CHECKING YOUR BIKE TAKES ONLY A FEW MINUTES
AND MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE!
 Check the fuel level in the fuel tank – Ensure that it is fully fueled with the correct fuel/oil
mixing ratio.
 Check the brake operation – Tightly squeeze the brake lever and firmly push the bike
backwards and forwards. If the bike moves with the brakes applied then the brakes need
replacement or adjustment. Do not drive with
worn or defective brakes.
 Check the tire surface – Look for uneven surfaces, bumps that could cause tire failure or
blowouts. Do not drive if the tire surface is uneven or if objects such as nails or stones are
embedded in the tire.
 Check the tire pressure – Tires must be inflated to 32 psi. Driving with too low air pressure
in the tire may cause accidents. Never inflate over 32 psi.
 Check the throttle for smooth operation – Rotate the throttle and release a couple of
times. Ensure that it smoothly returns to the original position without manual assistance.
 Check the steering – Turn the steering from side to side several times. Ensure that it can
fully turn without sticking.
 Check the front wheel – Lift up the front end of the bike and spin the front wheel. Ensure
that it turns smoothly.
 Check the fuel tank cap – Make sure that it is tightly closed.
 Check the front steering column – Double-check that the handlebar assembly and
telescopic extension is firmly tightened.
 Check the drive chain – Check to ensure that both engine and wheel drive chain is in good
condition (not torn or frayed) and not too slack.
- 12  Check all nuts, bolts and fasteners AGAIN – Ensure that all wheel nuts, seat and
handlebar assembly etc. are securely fastened. Use the included tool kit.
B. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
1. Daily Inspection
‧ Check all the bolts and nuts for looseness.
‧ Check for fuel or gas leak.
2. Maintenance Schedule
Perform the Pre-ride Inspection at each scheduled maintenance period.
SIGNAL MEAN ▽ :INSPECTION ○ :CLEAN ● :CHANGE
STARTER INSPECT
INSPECT ITEMS
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FUEL INSPECT
BOLTS INSPECT
AIR CLEANER CLEAN
SPARK PLUG INSPECT
FUEL TANK CLEAN
CYLINDER BOLTS
ENGINE ALL BOLTS
FUEL STRAINER
25 Hrs
50 Hrs
100 Hrs
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LONG-TERM STORAGE
When shutting down the engine for long period of time during season-off, the
following maintenance procedures are necessary for the smooth restarting in the
next use.
1. Running out of the fuel from fuel tank. Then, turn on the engine and leave it
running until it stops.
2. Remove the spark plug and fill 1~2 cc of two-cycle oil. Draw the starter rope
2~3 times, and reset the spark plug.
3. Apply anti-rust oil to the metal parts such as the throttle wire, and keep the
engine in a moisture free place until next use.
4. Clean the fuel strainer and suction pipe by gasoline.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
1. Start failure
‧ Make sure open the fuel cock.
‧ Check if the fuel mix with water.
‧ Check if the engine has absorbed excessive fuel.
2. Engine starts but fails to run at high speed.
‧ Check if the choke fully open.
‧ Check if the mixture with normal ratio.
‧ Check if the fuel mix with water.
3. Engine runs but fails to display full output
‧ The air cleaner element may be foul; it might be trapping too much dirt.
‧ The exhaust hole and the muffler may be choked by carbon layer.
4. Engine fails to run smoothly.
‧ The air vent hole of fuel tank cap may be clogged with dirt.
‧ Fuel flow may be stagnated due to sludge or exterior stuffs, which may chock
the fuel system.
‧ Water may be mixed in fuel.
5. Engine can run at high speed,but easily stop at idle speed.
.Check if carbon plugs the spark.
.Check if the fuel mixture regular.
.Check if the engine leaks.
C. PARTS MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
1. AIR CLEANER.
‧ The air cleaner will accumulate dust and must be cleaned periodically. Dirty air
cleaner will decrease the output capacity. If riding in very dusty area, the filter
must be cleaned more frequently. If fouled with dirt, remove the air cleaner
cover, and remove the filter from the cleaner case. Check and clean the filter
element by warm and soapy water as required. Dry completely before
installing. If the element is broken or shrunk, please replace a new one.
NOTE:
A clogged air filter may increase fuel consumption while cutting down the engine power.
Besides, operate the brush cutter without the filter or with a deformed filter element will
quickly ruin the engine.
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‧ Drain the fuel from the tank. Remove the fuel strainer and clean the fuel
strainer.
NOTE:
A clogged fuel filter may cause poor acceleration of the engine.
3. SPARK PLUG
‧ Remove the spark plug, inspect and clean the area around the cylinder cooling
fins. Then remove and waste which has attached itself to the brush cutter.
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SPECIFICATIONS
TYPE 2-CYCLE 47cc AIR-COOLED HIGH-PERFORMANCE ENGINE
Fuel : Used Lubricating oil mixed gasoline
Mixing rate : 25:1(when using market oil)
Starting method : Recoil pull- start
Cylinder arrangement : Single
Displacement : 47 c.c.
Lubrication system : Lubricating oil mixed gasoline
Cooling system : Force air cooling
Stopping : Sparking circuit primary short
Carburetor : Float , piston valve
Air cleaner : Dry type
Sparking method : C.D.T
Transmission method : Automatic centrifugal clutch
Lubricating oil : used 2-cycle engine oil
Net weight : 19 kg
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