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NIAGARA — @
OWNERS MANUAL
PREFACE
Thank you for purchasing our scooter
and for putting your trust in us.
The Niagara is a sturdy scooter with
modern design.
Its sound construction, the meticulous se-
lection of materials, the advanced manufac-
turing technigues and conscientious work of
dedicated employees provides the scooter
with all the characteristics
such as economical operation,
quality, reliability and its lasting value.
We cannot be held liable for any conse-
quential damage caused by accessories
not approved by the factory.
The scope of delivery and version of the
scooter is solely determined by the purchase
agreement concluded with the dealer.
This operating manual includes important
instructions for handling your light scoo-
ter. Read it carefully, because professional
handling combined with regular care and
maintenance helps to maintain the scooters
value and is one of the requirements for
warranty claims,
We wish you at all times a safe journey.
Yours
Safety symbols and notes
Please observe the following:
/\ WARNING
Precautionary measures against the risk of
accidents, injury and/or death.
FIRE HAZARD
The vehicle is equipped with a catalyst, this
results in extremely high temperatures on
the exhaust system (risk of burning).
e CAUTION
Important instructions and precautionary
rules to avoid damage to the vehicle. Non-
observance can lead to the warranty be-
coming void.
NOTE
Special instructions for better handling du-
ring operation-, inspection-, adjustments
and service activities.
OVERVIEW AND OPERATION
Identification number, engine number .................ímerere 3
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Cockpit, handlebar instrument... ron 6
Ignition lock and fork-column loCK............===....0 ere ines 7
NENA Ce za eo 8
Siorage Nox. Modage Ao0K: <:.:re a der ras sqri si bs ssrbisit asin 9
Fuel, Tuel Tank -...erre- rio miss eins simmering TT E ea gagnent 10
OR E a nn 11
LUBFICatME OI TETE e a ee RE a cTe nana RSC CRE 12
Eide STARE, BERG SEN: cas maa Rs LS
SAFETY TEST
CHECKIISt .…..….......……rererenrermrenenenternmrana rare verras en rm amener rene eeeees 14
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CONTENTS
RIDING INSTRUCTIONS
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Ride economically and environmentally ...................... 2... 16
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SIOPOTMOTNE ENE eee ica Eo eidr tner Arado ao ATC ae 21
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
Servicing the scooter / cleaning agents............—.. 22 - 23
Winter operation and corrosion protection... 23
Repairing paint damage / servicing the tyres ‚...нсеоеснкеннныо 24
BD CEMAT S SION rene era ree ni ais NA 24
Technical modifications, accessories and spare parts ............ 25
CONTENTS
NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
TrEnsmiestor OI 12... .. incre ais oir miren 26
Checking steering bearing, telescopic TOrK... 26
Adjusting the shock absorber .................===== ===. 27
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Front Wheel brakl ==: .20c a rua aa Same 28 - 30
Rat Wheel BRAS TE 31
Adjusting the play of the twist grip throttle control .................... 32
Cleaning thé air Tier. cea. LEE ae: 33-35
Check EEE en 36
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Adjustina the headight:.—...... == dame sa rar 44
TECHNICAL DATA
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Lubricants and operating flUids................-..../rie= seco neree ones 47
Elec] QUIEN... Are tu ru ai 47
Dimensions and Wei ИЕ ei Er eE 48
WARRANTY AND SERVICE DATA
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SUMMARY AND OPERATION
Identification number Chassis number
Engine number
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The description for right- and left-hand side
Is viewed from the driver.
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The chassis number is located on the frame
behind the cover (2).
The identification number (1) is located on
the frame below the front cover.
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The engine number (3) is located on the
left-hand side.
Key
With the scooter you get two separate in-
definite keys for:
- Ignition lock, lubricating oil tank, sto-
rage box and tank cap.
Keep the spare key at a safety place.
OVERVIEW AND OPERATION
Right-hand side view
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Storage box with tool kit
Luggage hook
Cover for lubricating oil tank
Battery box and fuse
Ignition- and fork-column lock
Brake fluid container for
front wheel brake
Handbrake lever for front brake
Spark plug
OVERVIEW AND OPERATION
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10
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12
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15
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Left-hand side view
Handbrake lever for rear brake
Cockpit
Tank cap
Transmission oil filler screw
Kick starter
Parking stand
Air filter
Side stand
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OVERVIEW AND OPERATION
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1 Speedometer km/h / mph
2 Odometer km
3 Fuel indicator A
4 Digital clock
Instrument lights
ZO green
5 Lown beam indicator
6 Oll level - two stroke oil T= red
indicator
7 Left and right direction
indicator “> green
6
Handlebar instrument, left
1 Fixed grip
2 Handbrake lever for rear brake
3 Direction-indicator switch
<a Switch to the left:
Left indicator on
= Switch to the right:
Right indicator on
Push button for switch off
4 f= Push-button: horn
5 Emergency off switch
Pa The engine does not start
The engine starts
Handlebar instrument, right
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6 Handbrake lever for front brake
7 Throttle
8 Light switch
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205 Position light
%* Position light and driving light
low beam
9 (1 Starter button
ai CAUTION
The EMERGENCY OFF switch (5) is a
safety device and should normally be
in position (Y.
OVERVIEW AND OPERATION
Ignition- and fork-column lock
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DN Ya UN Activate the parking light only for a limited
и | period. Take into account the charge of the
battery.
The key can be removed in positions PT and
() (1) Operating position
Ignition and all circuits activated.
ИМ WARNING PX 2) Ignition off
While riding, do not switch the ignition Fork column not locked (handlebars
off EX ! can be freely turned to the left or
right).
NOTE
Keys
With the scooter you get two indefinite igni-
tion keys. Keep the spare key at a safety
place.
(3) Fork column locked and Igni-
tion off
Turn the handlebar to the left as far
as to the stop.
Push and turn the key to the left un-
til it is in the LOCK [§] position.
The fork column is now locked.
OVERVIEW AND OPERATION
Digital clock
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NOTE
The Cockpit is supplied by the vehicle bat-
tery. The display is only visible when the
ignition is on,
After disconnecting and reconnecting the
battery the clock time needs to be reset.
M Mode for:
date or time
S Set for:
date and time
Mode and Set
Button M
Button M
Button M
Button M
Button M
Button M
press 1 time
Changing between date and
time
press 2 time
until the month appears
The month value can be set by
pressing button S
press 3 time
until the day appears
The day value can be set by
pressing button S
press 4 time
until the hours appears
The hours value can be set by
pressing button S
press 5 time
until the minutes appears
The minutes value can be set
by pressing button S
press 6 time
End of mode. Date and time is
set and ( : ) flashes.
Button S
Button S
press 1 time
The date value appears for a
moment
press 2 time
The seconds are shown.
Press the button S again to
return to the time value.
OVERVIEW AND OPERATION
Storage box
- Do not store valuables in the box.
- Make sure that the seat has been locked
completely after is was pressed down.
- Take out valuables before washing to
avoid wetting these objects.
- Do not place thermal sensitive objects
in the box because of engine's heat and
high temperature.
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Unlock
- Insert the ignition key (1) into the lock
turn and press down the key to the right
or left direction (OPEN).
Lock
- Press down the seat (2) until the lock is
engaged.
- Pull out the ignition key.
Never leave the key in the storage box.
A WARNING
After the seat is closed check if its locked
firmly! -Risk of accidents!
Maximum load capacity: 10 kg
Luggage hook
Use the hook (1) only for small baggage
pieces.
NA WARNING
Maximum load capacity: 1.5 kg
Do not transport bulky loads.
OVERVIEW AND OPERATION
Fuel, fuel tank
AN WARNING
Fuel is highly inflammable and can ex-
plode. Do not smoke or bring a naked
flame near the fuel tank.
Fuel expands under the influence of heat
and the sun. Therefore, never fill the tank
to the brim. Never fill the tank while the
engine is running.
Never bring a glowing cigarette or naked
flame near an open tank, because fuel
vapour could suddenly ignite.
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Fuel stock, tanking
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NOTE
The fuel indicator (1) is active when the
ignition is turned on.
The scale with the tank symbol [ |) remem-
bers for a tank stop.
0 = Empty
100 = Full
Dont run down the fuel tank until it is
empty.
Filling up with fuel
- Use only premium lead-free fuel (min. 95
octane)
OVERVIEW AND OPERATION
Tank cap
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The tank cap (1) is located behind the
seat.
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Unlock:
- Turn the cover (2) to the left or right
side.
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- Insert the ignition key in the lock (3) turn
to the left and open the tank cap (4).
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Lock:
- The marks (5) must be in front before
closing the tank cap.
- Close the tank cap by turing with the igni-
tion key to the right and pull out the key.
- Close the cover (2).
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OVERVIEW AND OPERATION
Lubricating oil tank
al caution
Check the oil level during every tanking
and replenish if necessary.
If the oil level is too low, the indicator (1
=) will light up. Replenish two stroke
oil within the next 50 km.
Damage caused by not observing this
instruction will not be covered under
warranty.
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Filling up with lubricating oil - Open the oil cap (3) and replenish max.
- Use only mineral - or semi-synthetic oil to the mark (4) of the oil filler.
for separate injection: - Tighten the oil filler cap by hand.
SOIC ASO RE, - Lock the inspection cover (2) with in igni-
tion key.
- Insert the ignition key in the lock (1) turn
to the left and open the inspection cover
(2).
OVERVIEW AND OPERATION
Side stand and parking stand
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Propping up the scooter on the side
stand.
A WARNING
Always make sure that the stand is
resting on firm ground. On sloping
roads, always park the scooter facing
uphill.
It is essential that the side stand is
folded up before starting off! -Risk of
accidents !
Side stand
NOTE
The scooter is equipped with a side stand
switch. If the side stand is folded up the
engine is shoot off and will not start.
Switch off the engine.
- Put your left hand on the left-hand
handlebar grip.
Hold with your right hand the holder grip
(3).
— Fold out the arm of the side stand (1) as
far forward as it will go and stop by foot.
- Slowly tilt the scooter to the left until its
weight is supported.
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Parking stand
- Switch off the engine.
- Put your left hand on the left-hand
handlebar grip.
- Hold with your right hand the holder grip
(3).
- Push the parking stand (2) down until the
two skids are on the ground.
Put you full body weight on the operating
mandrel of the main standard.
- Pull the scooter towards the rear and
simultaneously upwards onto the parking
stand.
- Check that the scooter is standing
firmly.
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SAFETY TEST
Checklist
Before each ride, carry out a safety
check using the checklist.
Take the safety check seriously. Carry out
maintenance activities before you start your
ride or ask a specialized dealer to do
so. This will provide you with the certainty
that your motorcycle corresponds to traffic
regulations. A technically faultless motor-
cycle is a basic requirement for the safety
of both yourself and other road users.
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Before starting your ride, check the fol-
lowing:
— Steering (smooth and free of play)
— Clutch lever play
~ Lubricating oil quantity
— Fuel quantity
— Front brake
— Rear brake
— Tyres (profile and pressure)
— Telescopic fork
— Load / lights
— Total weight
— Lights
— Brake fluid (level)
— Brakes (operation)
In case of problems or difficulties, contact a
dealer, who will do everything pos-
sible to assist you.
VAN WARNING
While the engine is running or the ig-
nition is on, do not touch the ignition
system,
A FIRE HAZARD
The exhaust system becomes very hot.
While riding, idling or parking, make sure
that no inflammable materials (e.g. hay,
leaves, grass, coverings or luggage, etc.)
can come into contact with it!
SAFETY TEST
Load / lights
A WARNING
For the sake of your safety, use only
original accessories or products
released by us.
We cannot judge for each third-part
product whether it can be safely used in
combination with your motorcycle.
Nor can a official approval give such a guar-
antee in all cases, since the test scope is
not always sufficient.
= NOTE
Our accessories and approved
products as well as qualified advice are
available from all specialized deal-
ers.
Correctly loaded
- Make sure that the left-right weight dis-
tribution is balanced.
- Check that fastenings are correct and
tight.
- Do not transport bulky loads.
- Do not cover the lights.
/N\ WARNING
The total allowable weight may not be
exceeded.
Check the tyre pressure.
Checking the lights
A WARNING
Before any ride, check the operation of
all lighting components.
- Check that the headlamps and lenses are
clean.
Ride safely
ul CAUTION
Riding safety is largely also determined
by the manner of riding.
Therefore:
— Put on a tested/approved safety helmet
and correct close the buckle.
— Wear suitable protective clothes.
— Rest your feet on the footrests.
— Do not ride if your riding ability has been
compromised.
Your reactions can be adversely affected
not only by alcohol, but also by drugs and
medicines.
— Strictly observe all traffic regulations.
— Always adapt your riding speed to the
traffic and road conditions.
On smooth, slippery roads take into account
that your riding stability and braking power
are limited by the grip of the tyres on the
road top.
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RIDING INSTRUCTIONS
Ride economically and be aware of the environment
Fuel consumption, environmental pollution
and wear of engine, brakes and tyres de-
pend on various factors.
Your personal riding style is highly deter-
minant for economical fuel consumption
and exhaust gas and noise generation.
While idling, the engine takes a long time
to warm up to operational temperature. In
the warm-up phase, however, the wear level
and pollutant emissions are very high. It is
therefore best to start riding immediately
after start-up.
Avoid rapid acceleration
Open the throttle not further than needed,
in order to reduce fuel consumption as well
as pollution and wear levels.
Do not use excessive revs; change up as
soon as possible and do not change down
until it is necessary to do so.
Ride as evenly as possible and look
ahead as far as possible.
Unnecessary acceleration and hard braking
cause high fuel consumption and increased
pollution levels,
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Turn the engine off when waiting in traf-
fic.
Different riding conditions affect fuel con-
sumption. The following conditions are un-
favourable for fuel consumption:
- High traffic density, especially in big cities
with many stops for traffic lights.
- Frequent short rides with repeated starts
and warm-ups of the engine.
- Riding in a column of motor cycles at low
speed, meaning riding with relatively high
revs.
Plan rides ahead of time in order to avoid
heavy traffic.
Fuel consumption is also affected by con-
ditions that are out of your control, for in-
stance, poor road condition, hills, riding in
winter.
Observe the following aspects for eco-
nomical fuel consumption:
- The planned inspection intervals must be
closely observed.
- Regular service by a specialized
dealer will guarantee not only continued
operability, but also economical fuel con-
sumption, low environmental pollution
and a long lifespan.
- Check the tyre pressure every two
weeks.
Low tyre pressure increases rolling resis-
tance. This increases fuel consumption
and tyre wear and adversely affects riding
behaviour.
= Continually check fuel consumption.
- Frequently check the lubricating oil.
RIDING INSTRUCTIONS
Running-in
Running-in instructions for engine
and transmission
ul CAUTION
Excessive revs while running-in the en-
gine increases the wear of the engine.
Engine faults during the running-in pe-
riod must be immediately reported to a
specialized dealer.
= NOTE
During the running-in period, ride in fre-
quently changing load and rpm ranges. Se-
lect winding and slightly hilly routes. Avoid
constantly low rpm counts and full throttle
under load.
- During the first 500 km:
Less than 1/2 throttle.
- Up to 1.000 km:
Less than 3/4 throttle.
al CAUTION
The first inspection must be carried out
immediately after the first 1.000 km.
You can save yourself delays by making
an appointment with a specialized
dealer in advance.
Running-in new tyres
Л CAUTION
New tyres have a smooth surface. They
must therefore be roughened by care-
fully running them in at various slanted
positions.
Only then will the surface obtain its full
grip!
Running-in new brake linings
A WARNING
New brake linings must be run-in and
will not have their full friction power until
after 500 km.
The slightly reduced braking effect can
be compensated for by an increase in
the pressure on the brake lever.
During this period, avoid unnecessary
hard braking actions!
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RIDING INSTRUCTIONS
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AN WARNING
Propping up the scooter with the parking
stand. Operate the rear handbrake lever
to avoid a moving of the scooter.
Avoid high engine rpm's while the
vehicle is standing still, otherwise the
clutch will engage.
NOTE
The scooter is equipped with a side stand
switch. If the side stand is folded up the
engine is shoot off and will not start,
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Before starting
- Propping up the scooter with the parking
stand:
- Turn the ignition lock (1) with the ignition
key to its operating position ( Y,
- Do not open the throttle (4).
- Pull and hold the handbrake lever (2).
- Operate the start button (1 (5).
- If the engine can not be started after the
starter motor is running for 3-5 seconds,
open the throttle (4) 1/8 - 1/4 turns and
start again.
- Push the scooter off its parking stand.
- Mount the scooter.
- Release the brake before riding.
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all CAUTION
If the engine won't start immediately,
release the start button, wait a few sec-
onds and push it again. Each time, push
the start button for just a few seconds in
order to save the battery. Never push the
start button for more than 10 seconds.
ИМ WARNING
Never allow the engine to run in an en-
closed space. Exhaust gases are highly
toxic and can kill,
RIDING INSTRUCTIONS
Starting with kick starter
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ul CAUTION
After starting the engine, check that the
kick starter lever (6) is returned to its
normal position.
~- Propping up the scooter when operating
the kick starter.
- Turn the ignition lock (1) with the key to
its operating position (Y.
- Do not open the throttle (4).
- Depress the kick starter lever (6) quickly
and the engine will start.
- After the engine is running return the kick
starter lever to its normal position.
= NOTE
Use the kick starter from time to time to
maintain its function.
/\ caution
The EMERGENCY OFF switch (3) is a
safety device and should normally be
in position (1.
(Y ON:
Switch downwards. The engine will start
when the kick starter lever is used.
FL OFF:
Switch upwards. The engine will not start.
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RIDING INSTRUCTIONS
Braking
Wet brakes
Washing the motorcycle or riding through
water or rain can delay the braking effect
due to wet or (in winter) ice-covered brake
discs and linings.
/N WARNING
The brakes must first be operated until
they are dry
Salt film on the brakes
When riding on salted streets without brak-
ing for a while, the full brakıng effect may
be delayed.
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Oil and grease
NA WARNING
The brake discs and linings must be free
of oil and grease!
If the motorcycle is not used for a while,
a rust film may form on the brakes and
thus increase the braking effect. A thick
rust film can cause the brakes to lock
up. When setting out on a ride after a
long lay-up period, carefully operate the
brakes several times until they work nor-
mally.
NOTE
Make sure you practice braking for emer-
gency situations, but do so where you will
not pose a risk to yourself or others (e.g. a
deserted parking area).
A WARNING
Operate the brakes to grind off the salt
deposited on the brake discs.
Dirty brakes
When riding on dirty streets, the braking
effect can be delayed due to dirty brake
discs and linings.
A WARNING
Operate the brakes until they are
clean. Lining wear is increased by dirty
brakes!
RIDING INSTRUCTIONS
Braking
Stopping the engine
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Braking
The front brake and rear brake are operated
independently from each other.
The front brake is operated via the right-
hand brake lever (1) on the handlebars, and
the rear brake is operated via the left-hand
brake lever (2).
When stopping or slowing down, release
the throttle gas and operate both brakes
at the same time.
On tight curves, sandy / dirty streets, wet
asphalt and icy roads, use the front brake
carefully: if the front wheel locks, the bike
will slide sideways.
Brake with care. Locked wheels do not have
much braking effect and can lead to skid-
ding / crashing. In principle, do not brake
on a curve, but before the curve.
Braking on a curve increases the danger
of sliding.
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- Turn the ignition lock (3) with the ignition key
to the position F4.
- Pull out the ignition key.
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
Servicing the motorbike / cleaning agents
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NOTE
Regular, expert service will help maintain
the value of your motorcycle and is a condi-
tion for guarantee claims for corrosion and
other such damage.
ul CAUTION
Rubber and plastic parts will be dam-
aged by caustic or penetrating cleaning
agents or solvents.
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NA WARNING
Always carry out a brake test after clean-
ing and before starting a ride!
wil CAUTION
Do not use steam or high-pressure jet
devices!
Such devices can damage seals, the hy-
draulic braking system and the electrical
system.
CLEANING
- Towash the motorcycle, use a soft sponge
and clean water.
- Afterwards, dry off with a polishing cloth
or chamois.
- Do not wipe off dust or dirt with a dry
cloth, to avoid scratching the paint or cov-
ering.
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
Servicing the motorbike / cleaning agents
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PRESERVATION AGENTS
When necessary, the motorcycle must be
preserved with commercially available pre-
serving and cleaning agents.
- By way of precaution (especially in win-
ter), regularly treat parts liable to corro-
sion with preservation agents.
ul CAUTION
Never use paint-polishing agents on
plastic parts.
- After a longish ride, thoroughly cleanthe
chassis and the aluminium parts and pre-
serve them with a commercially available
anti-corrosion agent.
Operation in winter and
anti-corrosion protection
NOTE
Protect the environment by using only en-
vironmentally friendly preservation agents,
and use them frugally.
Use of the motorcycle in the winter can
cause considerable damage due to the
presence of salt on the roads.
ai CAUTION
Do not use hot water, which would in-
crease the effect of the salt.
- Atthe end of each ride, wash the motor-
cycle with cold water.
- Thoroughly dry the motorcycle.
- Treat parts liable to corrosion with wax-
borne anti-corrosion agents.
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
Repairing paint damage
Minor paint damage should be immediately
repaired.
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Servicing tyres
If the motorcycle is not used for a longer
period, it is recommended to support the
motorcycle so that its weight is not on the
tyres.
You can prevent the tyres from becoming
dry and brittle by spraying them with a
silicone-rubber treatment. First thoroughly
clean the tyres.
Do not store the motorcycle or the tyres
in hot spaces (such as a boiler room) for
longer periods.
AN WARNING
A minimum tyre-profile depth of
2.0 mm must be maintained at all
times.
Lay-up / commission
Lay-up
- Clean the motorcycle.
- Remove the battery.
Observe the maintenance instructions.
Spray suitable lubricants onto the brake-
lever and clutch-lever joints and the side-
standard and main-standard bearings.
- Rub bright / chromium-plated parts with
acid-free grease (Vaseline).
- Store the motorcycle in a dry room and
jack it up so that its weight is not on the
wheels.
= NOTE
Combine lay-up / commission activities with
an inspection by a dealer.
Commission
- Remove the preservation agents from the
outside.
- Clean the motorcycle.
- Install the charged battery.
- Preserve the battery terminals with ter-
minal grease.
- Check / adjust the tyre pressure.
- Check the brakes.
- Carry out activities according to the in-
spection plan.
- Carry out the safety checks.
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
Technical changes, accessories and spare paris
A WARNING
Technical changes to the motorcycle can
lead to cancellation of the EC operating
license,
Should you want to make technical chang-
es, observe our guidelines. This will serve
to prevent the motorcycle from being dam-
aged and the traffic and operational safety
being retained. A specialised dealer
can carry out these activities with meticu-
lous care.
Always consult a dealer before buy-
Ing accessories or making any technical
changes.
al CAUTION
We recommend using only approved
accessories and original
spare parts for Our motorcycles.
This is in your own interests: the safety,
suitability and reliability of these acces-
sories and parts will have been tested
specifically for motorcycles.
Although we keep track of the market, we
cannot evaluate nor be held liable for the
quality of non-approved accessories and
parts, even if they have a certificate of
acceptance from an officially recognised
technical testing/supervision agency, or
a license issued by the authorities.
For approved accessories and origi-
nal spare parts, see a specialised
dealer.
He will also ensure that they are profes-
sionally installed.
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NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Transmission oil
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Checking the transmission oil level
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FF енонон
- Stop the warmed-up engine, wait for ap-
prox. 5 minutes,
- Propping up the scooter on the parking
stand.
- Remove the oil filler screw (1) and
check if the oil level is below the oil-filler
opening.
- If required, replenish transmission oil
Hypoid SAE 85W - 140 via the oil-filler
opening.
- Tighten the oil filler screw.
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Checking the steering bearings
= NOTE
The telescopic fork should not jam up when
turned and it should swing back lightly to
both end positions.
= Pull the hand brake to block the front
wheel brake.
- Hold the handlebar with both hands and
try to move the handle bar (1) back and
forth.
If the fork column bearing shows noticeable
play, it must be adjusted by a specialised
dealer.
Checking the telescopic fork
- Pull the hand brake to block the front
wheel brake.
- Now pump the fork girders (2) several
times up and down using the handlebar.
The suspension should respond perfectly.
Check the fork girders for oil leaks.
ES] NOTE
If damage to the telescopic fork or the spring
strut is found have the motorbike examined
by a professional dealer.
NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Adjusting the shock absorber
Adjusting the spring preload
NOTE
The spring preload can be infinitely ad-
justed.
Turn the adjustment nut (1) with a suitab-
le spanner in direction ,A to increase the
spring preload (harder suspension).
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Turn the adjustment nut (1) with a suitable
spanner in direction ,B" to reduce the spring
preload (harder suspension).
A WARNING
Before taking a ride adjust the spring
preload of the spring strut according to
the total weight!
A = harder
B = softer
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NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Tyre profile
IN |
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Checking the tyre profiles
Л WARNING
Observe the minimum profile depth pre-
scribed by law.
Never ride without valve caps (1). Firmly
tightened valve caps prevent the tyre
from suddenly losing pressure.
- Measure the profile depth at the centre
(2) of the tyre's tread.
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Recommended minimum profile depth:
2.0 mm
Observe the wear marks (3).
Checking the tyre pressure
A WARNING
Adjust the tyre pressure according to
the total weight load. Never exceed the
rated total weight or the bearing capacity
of the tyres.
Incorrect tyre pressure will have a con-
siderable effect on the riding properties
of the scooter and the lifespan of the
tyres.
+
- While the tyres are cold:
- Twist off the valve caps.
- Check/adjust the tyre pressure.
- Twist on the valve caps.
Tyre pressure
Front 2.0 bar
Rear 2.25 bar
Tyre size
The standard scooter is provided with the
following tyre sizes:
120/70-12 56J
130/70-12 56J
Front
Rear
All Tyres are tubeless.
Л WARNING
Use only tyres approved by the manu-
facturer. The use of non-approved tyre
brands, types or sizes leads to the op-
erating permit of the vehicle becoming
null and void. Use only pairs of tyres
produced by the same manufacturer.
NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Front wheel brake
/N WARNING
Sudden changes in play or a spongy feel
of the brake lever (1) can be caused by
faults in the hydraulic system.
Do not ride on when in doubt about the
operability of the brake system. Imme-
diately consult a dealer.
Front brake-fluid tank
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Check the brake-fluid level
A WARNING
Every two years, the brake fluid must
be changed by a dealer. The level
must not drop below the MIN mark. Use
only brake fluid of the DOT 4 classific-
ation.
ail CAUTION
Do not spill any brake fluid on painted
or plastic surfaces as it will demage the
surface severelv.
- Turn the handlebars until the brake-fluid
tank (2) is level.
- The brake fluid level (3) should be
between the minimum (MIN) and the
maximum marking (MAX).
- If air bubbles can be seen, check the
brake linings for wear; if necessary,
replenish the brake fluid by a
dealer.
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NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Front wheel brake
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Checking the brake linings - Remove the protective cap (1) at the
brake calliper.
wl CAUTION
The minimum lining thickness must be - Visually inspect the sight glass (2) at the
brake calliper.
maintained.
NOTE
For your own safety, we recommend having
activities to the brake system carried out by
a dealer.
- If the lining thickness is below the mini-
mum, have the brake lining (2) replaced
by a dealer.
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- Check the thickness of the brake lining.
Minimum thickness: A = 2.0 mm
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Checking the disc brake
- Visually inspect the disc brake (3).
- Check the thickness of the disc brake.
Minimum thickness: B = 3.0 mm
- If the disc thickness is below the mini-
mum, have the disc brake (3) replaced
by a dealer.
Rear wheel brake
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Adjusting the rear wheel brake
ul CAUTION
For your own safety, we recommend hav-
ing activities to the brake system carried
out by a dealer.
NOTE
After a longer period of operation, adjustment
of the brakes is essential due to natural
wear of the brake-shoe linings.
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Checking
- An external sign of the brakes needing
adjustment is the constantly increasing
free travel (A) of the handbrake lever (1)
10-20 mm.
Adjusting
- Screw the nut (2) on the rear-wheel brake
onto the brake rod until the handbrake
lever reach a free travel of 10-20 mm.
- After this measurement is attained, the
brake shoes should be heard brushing
against the brake drum.
] CAUTION
Have a dealer check the
adjustment.
NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
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Checking a brake linings
atl CAUTION
The thickness of the brake lining may
not be lower than the minimum value.
Operate the handbrake lever (1) and vi-
sually inspect it.
Check the thickness of the lining:
The extension of the wear indicator
(3) at the brake lever must be in front
of the mi..umum mark of the scale (4)
when the rear brake is depressed.
If the thickness of the lining has fallen
below the minimum, have a specialised
dealer replace it.
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NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Adjusting the play of the twist grip throttle control
Ear
- Check the throttle cable for light move-
ment by turning the twist grip (1) from
closed to open position.
- Move the handlebar to check whether the
throttle cable moves freely.
- Check whether the throttle cable is
obstructed by other parts.
- Open the twist grip throttle control until
resistance can be felt.
- Measure the play.
Nominal value: A = 1-2 mm
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Adjustment:
- Push back the protective cap (2).
Slacken the lock nut (3) on the handle-
bar.
Turn the setscrew (4) accordingly.
Tighten the lock nut (3).
- Check the play.
- Push over the protective cap (2).
NOTE
If the play cannot be corrected this way,
have the scooter checked by your
dealer.
NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the air filter
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= NOTE
The scooter is attached with a oil foam air
filter. In case of heavy dirtiness the foam
(11) has to be replaced.
Disassembly and cleaning
- Open the seat (1).
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- Remove the screws (2) andtakeoffthe ——-
storage box (3) together with the seat.
Disconnect the hose (4) from the air
filter housing.
- Remove the clamp (5) from the carbu-
rettor and disconnect the manifold (6).
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NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the air filter
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- Remove the screws (7) and take off the
air filter housing (8).
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Disassembly and cleaning
- Remove the screws (9) and take off the
air filter cover (10).
- Remove the foam (11).
- Clean the foam with Motorrex air
cleaner.
- Afterward soak and wring out the foam
with air filter oil.
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Dranch in air filter oil
Squanze
NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the air filter
ul CAUTION
Never run the engine without air filter,
- Dust deposit is one of the major causes
of reducing output horsepower and
increasing fuel consumption,
- Change the air cleaner element more
frequently to prolong the engine's service
life if the scooter is ride on dusty roads
very often.
- Check for properly installation of the foam
housing in the filter case.
- Otherwise the engine runs poorly orlead — Installation
to serious engine damage. =
: NOTE
- Be careful not to soak the air cleaner
when washing the scooter. Otherwise it Check the gasket (12) for damage and cor-
rect placement before installation.
will cause engine hard to start.
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The installation takes place in reverse order
to disassembly,
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NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Checking the spark plug
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Check and change
ul CAUTION
Check or change the spark plug only
when the engine is cold.
Zi NOTE
The spark plug is accessible from the right-
hand side.
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- Unscrew the spark plug with the spark
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0,6- 0,7 mm
- Pull the spark plug connector (1). - Screw in the spark plug by hand and than
tighten up with the spark wrench.
wrench from the on-bord toolkit. Torque 11 Nm.
- Check the electrode gap (0.6-0.7 mm),
replace the spark plug if it is severely - Plug in the spark plug connector (1).
burnt away.
- Use a new spark plug NGK BR7 ES
and tighten up.
NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Checking the fuse
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atl CAUTION
Never install a fuse with a larger rating,
since this could destroy the entire elec-
trical system.
The fuse is located behind the inspection
cover (2).
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- Turn off the ignition.
- Remove the two screws (1) and open the
inspection cover (2).
- Open the fuse case (3) and remove the
fuse.
- A faulty or blown fuse must be replaced
by a new one with 15 A,
- Check the fuse for correct contact. Loose
fuse will blow.
Installation takes place in reverse order to
disassembly.
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NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Battery
ZA WARNING
Always wear safety glasses.
Keep children away from acids and bat-
teries.
A EXPLOSION DANGER
A battery being charged produces a
highly explosive gas, which is why fire,
sparks, naked flames and smoking are
prohibited.
® FIRE HAZARD
Avoid generating sparks and electrostatic
discharges when handling cables and elec-
trical devices.
Avoid short circuits,
DANGER - CAUSTIC ACTION
Battery acid is highly caustic, so always
wear safety gloves and glasses.
Do not tilt the battery as acid can leak
from the ventilation openings.
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+ FIRST AID
If acid comes into contact with an eye, im-
mediately flush the eye for several minutes
with fresh water. Then immediately visit /
call a doctor,
Acid on the skin or clothing must imme-
diately be neutralised using acid converter
or soap suds, and the spots must be flushed
with plenty of water.
If acid is swallowed, immediately visit / call
a doctor.
ul CAUTION
Do not expose batteries to direct sun-
light. Discharged batteries can freeze, so
they must be stored in a place where the
temperature remains above 5° - 15°C.
Professional maintenance, charging and
storage will increase the lifespan of the
battery and are a condition for the hon-
ouring of quarantee claims.
я DISPOSAL
Take a dead battery to a collection point.
Never dispose of one with household re-
fuse.
Charging the battery
After a long lay-up (3-4 months), charge the
battery. The charging current (in amperes)
must not exceed 1/10" of the battery ca-
pacity (Ah).
The battery must not be fast-charged. The
battery may only be charged using a special
charger approved for MF batteries.
Maintenance
Although the battery is maintenance-free.
Never leave the battery discharged. Keep
the battery clean and dry and make sure
that the connection terminals are firmly
seated.
Removing and installing the battery
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The battery may only be connected or
disconnected while the ignition is inac-
tive.
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First disconnect the minus terminal (3,
black cable).
When installing the battery, first connect
the plus terminal (4, red cable).
The battery is maintenance-free. Do not
try to open it.
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- Turn off the ignition.
- Remove the two screws (1).
- Open the inspection cover (2).
- Disconnect the battery.
- Remove the battery.
Installation takes place in reverse order to
disassembly.
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NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
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NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Headlight and position light
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Changing the bulb
b=] NOTE
Use only tested, incandescent bulbs with
the ‘E' designation. Use of non-approved
bulbs will void the operating license. Do
not touch the bulbs with bare fingers. Hold
bulbs with a clean, dry cloth when installing
or removing them.
Low beam - high beam
bulb: 12V 15W
Position light
bulb: 12V/5W
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- Turn off the ignition.
- Remove the covering screws (1).
- Remove the screw (3) and take off the
front cover (4).
- Disconnect the plugs (5).
- Take off the headlight cover (2).
NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Headlight and position light
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Low beam
- Remove the rubber cover (1).
- Disconnect the holder clamp (2).
- Remove the head light bulb (3)
Installation takes place in reverse order to
disassembly.
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Position light
- Remove the rubber cover (4).
- Pull the position light (5) with the bulb
holder by turning carefully to the left out
of the headlight housing.
Installation takes place in reverse order to
disassembly.
Al Al Ш ii!
NOTE
During installation make sure that the
terminals of the headlight cover (2) and of
the front cover (4) and are firmly pushed in
the guides.
Installation takes place in reverse order to
disassembly.
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NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Front and rear indicator
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Changing the bulbs
E] NOTE
Do not touch the bulbs with bare fingers.
Hold bulbs with a clean, dry cloth when
installing or removing them.
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- Remove the screws (1).
- Carefully remove the cover (2).
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- Remove the bulb socket (3) and release
it by turning to the left.
- Remove the bulb.
Installation takes place in reverse order to
disassembly.
bulbs: 12V 10W
Tail / brake light
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Changing the bulb - Push the bulb (3) back and release it by”
turning to the left.
FF) NOTE
: - Remove the bulbs.
Do not touch the bulb with bare fingers. Hold
bulbs with a clean, dry cloth when installing Installation takes place in reverse order to
or removing them. disassembly.
- Remove the screws (1). Tail / brake light
- Carefully remove the tail / brake light REE: SELON
cover (2).
NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
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NOTES ON MAINTENANCE
Check the headlamps
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A WARNING
Do not run the engine in an enclosed
space (risk of asphyxiation).
Position the motorcycle on a level floor 5
m (measured from the headlamp) from a
light coloured wall with a rider seated on
the motorcycle and the tyres filled at the
correct pressure.
- Measure the distance from the floor to
the centre of the headlamp and mark
the height on the wall with a cross. Draw
a second cross 12 cm beneath the first
Cross.
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Adjusting the headlamps
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- Start the motorcycle and run the en-
gine.
- Activate the dipped beam.
- Use a screwdriver to the adjust the
screws (1) for the vertical and horizontal
angle of the illuminated surface area
of the road top for the left and right
headlamp.
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2
= NOTE
If you have problems adjusting the head-
lamps, see a specialised dealer.
An incorrect adjustment is punishable by
law. Remember, you are responsible for
the correct adjustment of the motorbike's
headlamp.
TECHNICAL DATA
Engine type LJ1PE40QMB
Construction: One cylinder 2-stroke petrol engine
Pistion displacement: 49 cm?
Bore: @ 40 mm
Stroke: 39.2 mm
Compression ratio: 6.5:1
Cooling:
Fan air cooled
Maximum net power output:
2.1 kW at 8.000 1/min
Maximum net torque:
3.2 Nm at 5.500 1/min
Ignition system:
Transistorized ignition system with electronic ignition control (CDI))
Spark plug: NGK BR7 ES
Electrode gap: 0.6 - 0.7 mm
Carburettor: JK type 16P-6F
Idle speed: 1.800 +/- 180 1/min
Air-filter: Foam air-cleaner
Typ of starter:
Electric starter and kick starter
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TECHNICAL DATA
Power transmission
Clutch:
Centrifugal type
Transmission: CVT
Chassis
Scooter version: LJ50QT-K
Front suspension:
Telescopic fork
Rear suspension:
Unit swing, hydraulic shock absorption, adjustable preload
Wheels front:
Light metal (Alu) MT 2.50 x 12
Wheels rear: Light metal (Alu) MT 2.50 x 12
Tires front: 120/70-12 56J tubeless
Tires rear: 130/70-12 56J tubeless
Tire pressure:
front = 2.0 bar rear = 2.25 bar
Brakes, front:
Disc brake @ 190 mm, hydraulic
Brakes, rear:
Drum @ 110 mm, mechanical
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TECHNICAL DATA
Lubricants and operating fluids
Fuel tank capacity:
4.7 Liter
Fuel:
Premium lead-free fuel (min. 95 octane)
Lubricating oil:
Mineral - or semi-synthetic oil for separate injection
API-Norm TC, JASO-Norm FC
Transmission oil:
Filling quantity:
Hypoid-oil SAE 85W - 140 or SAE 80W-90 GL5
oil change: 0.10 litres / oil change + overhaul: 0.11 litres
Electrical Equipment
Generator: 12V 130W
Battery: 12V 6Ah MF
Fuse: 15 A
Head light: Low beam 12V 15W
Position light: 12V 5W
Instrument lights
Speedometer: 12V 1.7W
Control lights indicator and high beam: | 12V 1.7W
Brake/rear light: 12V 21/5W
Turn signal light: 4 x 12V 10W
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TECHNICAL DATA
Dimensions and weights
Overall length:
1830 mm
Width across handlebars:
705 mm without rear view mirror
Maximum height:
1165 mm without rear view mirror
Wheel base: 1290 mm
Seat height: 800 mm
Weight empty: 87 kg
Weight in running order: 92 kg
Max. permitted total weight: 247 kg
Top speed: 45 km/h
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Warranty conditions
In case of an occurring fault we
will provide the customer with the
following performances through the autho-
rized dealer (seller) within the scope
of its statutory warranty obligations:
1. Within a period of 24 months after the
delivery of the motorbike to the end cus-
tomer the company we will rectify
any deficiencies caused by material or
manufacturing faults through the autho-
rized dealer (seller) by repairing
or replacing the affected part according
to the statutory warranty regulations.
We may deny the requested repair
or replacement of the faulty part if this
would only be possible with dispropor-
tionately high costs. In this case we
rectify the deficiency through the
authorized dealer (seller) by ap-
plying the other possible type of subse-
quent fulfillment. If both types of subse-
quent fulfillment are only possible with
unproportionately high costs, we
deny the subsequent fulfillment all-
together through the authorized
dealer (seller), The customer is then
entitled to legal claims. Replaced parts
pass over into the possession of us.
. The installation of spare parts within the
scope of warranty does not extend the
warranty period that has started with the
date of delivery of the motorcycle.
. The warranty does not cover normal
wear and tear caused by normal use
as well as wear and tear caused by in-
appropriate handling and inappropriate
use. Oxidation and corrosion are caused
by environmental influences and are also
not covered under warranty
. Warranty claims lodged by the cuistomer
will be rejected in case of: Manipulations
to the motorcycle, installation of a dif-
ferent exhaust system, changes to the
gearbox or secondary transmission ratio
and installation of accessories or spare
parts which have not been approved by us
Repairs carried out in workshops not
authorized by us
and the non-compliance with the
maintenance intervals in the workshop
of an authorized dealer will also
WARRANTY
cause the rejection of warranty claims.
. When lodging a warranty claim the cus-
tomer must present the correctly filled in
service book to the seller.
6. The following table gives the customer
an overview of the average limits of the
respective wear parts:
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WARRANTY
List of wear parts
Wear parts
Wear limits
Tires, hoses, rims
depending on riding style, load and tire pressure the wear limit may already be reached
after only 500 km or even earlier,
Wheels, hubs
depending on riding style, load and tire pressure the wear limit may already
be reached after only 1500 km or even earlier. Check during each maintenance.
Oxidation is a lack of maintenance!
Qils, air filter, leakage inspection on engine
during the first inspection, then with every maintenance interval (every 3000 km / 6000 km).
Check oil level before every ride,
Spring fork, spring strut
Cleaning / inspection during every maintenance.
Lamps, incandescent bulbs, electric system
depending on road conditions / unevenness of the road surface the lifetime will be reduced,
this may already occur after 500 km.
Brake linings, brake shoes, brake lines
depending on riding style and load these may already be worn after 1500 km,
In cross-country operation even earlier.
Sedal rings, sealants, O-rings
must be replaced during each maintenance interval to ensure proper function.
Radial seals on engine, gearbox,
fork and wheels
depending on road conditions and care wear may start after 500 km.
Dirt reduces the lifetime. Do not clean with a high pressure cleaner!
Wheel bearings, steering bearings
depending on read conditions and care wear may start after 1500 km.
Soiling of the wheel hub reduces the lifetime.
Check during each maintenance interval, do not clean with a high pressure cleaner!
Swing arm bearing
depending on load and care after 1500 km, check with every maintenance.
Cables
depending on care starting after 500 km. Check with every maintenance.
Coverings
Plastic parts will be damaged by caustic or penetrating cleaning agents or solvents.
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WARRANTY
List of wear parts
Wear parts
Wear limits
Air cleaner
with each maintenance interval.
Starter battery, batteries, fuses, starter brushes
depending on ambient temperatures failures can be expected in the 6th month,
when used for short rides even earlier.
Mirror glasses
depending on ambient temperatures and care failures can be expected in the 6th
month, in winter operation even earlier. Oxidation is a lack of maintenance!
Bowden cables, brake cables, throttle cables
depending on use and care from the 6th month.
self-locking nuts, cotter pins locking plates
bonded screw connections
during each maintenance interval or after unscrewing the nut or unlocking the lock.
Variomatic, CVT, rolls, belts
depending on riding style and load these may be worn after 500 km.
Clutch linings / friction discs
depending on riding style and load these may be worn after 500 km.
Pistons, cylinders, crankshaft, conrods, engine
bearings :
depending on riding style, load and care these parts may be worn after
200 hours. When riding mainly with full throttle even earlier.
Spark plug
with each or every second maintenance interval.
Exhaust system, inspection of mountings
depending on use and care from the 6th month, in winter and short distance
operation even earlier, Oxidation is a lack of maintenance!
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INSPECTION PLAN
Please observe the following:
- During and after the warranty period all
inspections should solely be performed
by a specialised dealer approved by us.
- Observe the inspection intervals and
have the specialised dealer confirm them
on the guarantee certificate.
- Use only original spare paris.
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atl CAUTION
In case of non-compliance the warranty
will become null and void.
The various activities carried out are listed
on the inspection plan.
During the warranty period the following in-
spection intervals must be complied with:
At 1.000 km (1 service)
Every 3.000 km / or after 6 months
Every 6.000 km / or after 12 months
After the warranty period the inspection
intervals specified in this manual must be
applied as follows:
3.000 km / 6 months
6.000 km / 12 months
Every
Every
A WARNING
For safety reasons, do not carry out
any repair or adjustment activities to
the motorcycle and chassis that exceed
a closely restricted scope. Tinkering with
safety-relevant parts could threaten the
safety of yourself and third parties.
This applies especially to the exhaust
system, carburettor, ignition system,
fork column, brake system and lights.
Before starting work on the electrical
system, disconnect the minus terminal
of the battery.
INSPECTION PLAN
| Inspection, cleaning, and adjustment
R = Replacement
C = Cleaning (replaced if necessary)
L = Lubrication
Component Before
Assembly each
trip
ist service
after
1000 km
Every
3.000 km /
6 months
Every
6.000 km /
12 months
Every
12.000 km /
24 months
Air cleaner (foam filter) I
С
В
Fuel filter |
В
Spark plug |
R
Ignition time
Carburettor (Idle speed) I
Throttle cable adjustment I
Transmission oil |
Transmission check for leakage |
Crankecase check for leakage !
Crankecase vetilation
Drive belt, roller
I/R
Clutch discs
|/R
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INSPECTION PLAN
I = Inspection, cleaning, and adjustment
R = Replacement
C = Cleaning (replaced if necessary)
‘| L = Lubrication
Component
Assembly
Before
each
trip
1st service
after
1000 km
Every
3.000 km /
6 months
Every
6.000 km /
12 months
Every
12.000 km /
24 months
Bolts and nuts (engine)
Exhaust system
Fuel tank, fuel hoses
|
Battery
Stearing and bearings
Front and rear suspension
shock absorption
Tire pressure
Brake function, brake pads
Brake fluid
R / every
2 years
Main- and side stand
Bolts and nuts (chassis)
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MAINTENANCE CONFIRMATION
1.000 km / 1 months
1“ service
dealer stamp:
After 3.000 km / 6 months
dealer stamp:
After 6.000 km / 12 months
dealer stamp:
After 9.000 km / 18 months
dealer stamp:
After 12.000 km / 24 months
dealer stamp:
After 15.000 km / 30 months
dealer stamp:
Aîter 18.000 km / 36 months
dealer stamp:
After 21.000 km / 42 months
dealer stamp:
MAINTENANCE CONFIRMATION
New brake fluid
Yes
PEE rd rah
stamp, signature
no
56 4
New brake fluid
Yes no
ME a mao at
stamp, signature
New brake fluid
Yes no
Stamp, signature
New brake fluid
Yes no
DNA Ea nr a
Stamp, signature
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