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REPAIRMANUAL2002-2006
50 AC/LC
REPARATURANLEITUNG
MANUALE DI RIPARAZIONE
MANUEL DE REPARATION
Art.NR.: 3.206.028-E
MANUAL DE REPARACION
REPAIRMANUAL2002-2006
50 AC/LC
KTM Group Partner
1 SERVICE-INFORMATIONS
2 GENERAL INFORMATION
3 REMOVING AND REFITTING ENGINE
4 DISASSEMBLING ENGINE
5 SERVICING INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS
6 ASSEMBLING ENGINE
7 TROUBLE SHOOTING
8 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
9 PERIODIC MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
10 WIRING DIAGRAM
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EXPLANATION - UPDATE
This repair manual contains the following supplements:
3.210.24-E
Repair Manual 50 AC/LC
5/2001
Basic version Model year 2002
3.210.64-E
Updating of Rep.Manual 3.210.24-E
5/2002
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Model year 2003
(Engine number with first digit „3“)
3.206.010-E Updating of Rep.Manual 3.210.24-E
5/2003
Model year 2004
(Engine number with first digit „4“)
3.206.018-E Updating of Rep.Manual 3.210.24-E
4/2004
Model year 2005
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(Engine number with first digit „5“)
3.206.028-E Updating of Rep.Manual 3.210.24-E
7/2005
Model year 2006
(Engine number with first digit „6“)
Modification / Updating:
Technical Details Model 2006, Changing brake fluid, Special Tools,
Technical Specifications, tightening torques, Periodic Maintenance Schedule
Edition: 7/2005
INTRODUCTION
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the latest models of the series. However, the right to modifications in the interest of technical
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A description of general working modes common in work shops has not been included. Safety
rules common in the work shop have also not been listed. We take it for granted that the repairs
are made by qualified profesionally trained mechanics.
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ESSENTIAL TO AVOID DANGER TO LIFE AND LIMB.
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CAUTION
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NON-COMPLIANCE WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN LEAD
TO DAMAGE OF MOTORCYCLE COMPONENTS OR RENDER
MOTORCYCLES UNFIT FOR TRAFFIC !
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The KTM high performance engine is only able to meet user expectations if the maintenance
work is performed regularly and professionally.
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assurance processes that lead to the highest possible product quality.
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2-1E
GENERAL INFORMATION
INDEX
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OPERATING RANGES OF THE CARBURETOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2
CLEANING AND STORAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3
BLEEDING OILPUMP FOR SEPARATE LUBRICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4
CHANGING FRONT BRAKE FLUID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-5
CHANGING REAR BRAKE FLUID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6
CHECKING BRAKE PADS AND BRAKE DISCS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6
2
2-2E
Carburetor adjustment
Basic information about original carburetor setting
The original carburetor setting was adapted for an altitude of approx. 500 meters (1600 ft.) above sea level, and the ambient
temperature of approx. 20° C (68° F), mainly for off-road use and central European premium-grade fuel (ROZ 95).
Mixing ratio 2-stroke motor oil:super fuel up to model 2005 1:40, as of model 2006 1:60.
Basic information about change of the carburetor setting
Always start out from the original carburetor setting. Essential requirements are a clean air filter system, air-tight exhaust system
and an intact carburetor. Experience has shown that adjusting the main jet, the idling jet and the jet needle is sufficient and that
changes of other parts of the carburetor will not greatly affect engine performance.
RULE OF THUMB:
high altitude or high temperatures
choose leaner carburetor adjustment
low altitude or low temperatures
choose richer carburetor adjustment
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WARNING
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USE PREMIUM-GRADE GASOLINE ROZ 95 MIXED WITH HIGH-GRADE TWO-STROKE ENGINE OIL. OTHER TYPES OF GASOLINE CAN CAUSE
ENGINE FAILURE, AND USE OF SAME WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY.
ONLY USE HIGH-GRADE 2-STROKE ENGINE OIL OF KNOWN BRANDS (I. E. Motorex Cross Power 2T).
LESS OIL OR LOW-GRADE OIL CAN CAUSE EXCESSIVE WEAR OF THE PISTON. USING TOO MUCH OIL, THE ENGINE CAN START SMOKING AND FOUL THE
SPARK PLUG.
IN THE CASE OF A LEANER ADJUSTMENT OF THE CARBURETOR PROCEED CAUTIOUSLY. ALWAYS REDUCE THE JET SIZE IN STEPS OF ONE NUMBER TO
AVOID OVERHEATING AND PISTON SEIZURE.
NOTE: If despite a changed adjustment the engine does not run properly, look for mechanical faults and check the ignition
system.
Basic information on carburetor wear
As a result of engine vibrations, throttle valve, jet needle, and needle jet are subjected to increased wear. This wear may cause
carburetor malfunction (e.g., rich mixture). Therefore, these parts should be replaced after 1000 hours of using.
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Idling range – A
1
2
Operation with closed throttle valve. This range is influenced by the
position of the mixture adjusting screw 1 and the idle adjusting screw
2. Only make adjustments when the engine is hot.
To this end, slightly decrease the idling speed of the engine by means
of the idle adjusting screw. Turning it clockwise produces a higher
idling speed and turning the screw counterclockwise produces a lower
idling speed. Create a round and stable engine speed using the mixture
adjusting screw (basic position of the mixture adjusting screw = open
3.5/3 turns). Then adjust to the normal idling speed by means of the
idle adjusting screw.
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Opening up – B
D
main jet
jet needle
C
jet needle
B
A
idling jet
throttle valve
idling jet
Engine behavior when the throttle opens. The idle jet and the shape of
the throttle valve influences this range. If, despite good idling-speed
and part-throttle setting, the engine sputters and smokes when the
throttle is fully opened and develops its full power not smoothly but
suddenly at high engine speeds, the mixture to the carburetor will be
too rich, the fuel level too high or the float needle is leaking.
Part-throttle range – C
Operation with partly open throttle valve. This range is only influenced
by the jet needle (shape and position). The optimum part-throttle
setting is controlled by the idling setting in the lower range and by the
main jet in the upper range. If the engine runs on a four-stroke cycle or
with reduced power when it is accelerated with the throttle partly open,
the jet needle must be lowered by one notch. If then the engine pings,
especially when accelerating under full power at maximum engine revs,
the jet needle should be raised.
If these faults should occur at the lower end of the part throttle range
at a four-stroke running, make the idling range leaner; if the engine
pings, adjust the idling range richer.
Full throttle range – D
Betrieb bei offenem Gasschieber (Vollgas). Dieser Bereich wird durch
Operation with the throttle fully open (flat out). This range is
influenced by the main jet and the jet needle. If the porcelain of the
new spark plug is found to have a very bright or white coating or if the
engine rings, after a short distance of riding flat out, a larger main jet
is required. If the porcelain is dark brown or black with soot the main
jet must be replaced by a smaller one.
2-3E
CLEANING
Clean your motorcycle regularly in order to keep its painted finish looking shiny and new.
The best manner would be to use warm water that has been mixed with a commercially available washing detergent and a
sponge. The hard dirt can be removed before with the help of a soft water jet.
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CAUTION
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NEVER CLEAN YOUR MOTORCYCLE WITH A HIGH-PRESSURED CLEANER OR A HIGH-PRESSURED WATER JET. OTHERWISE THE WATER MIGHT RUN INTO
ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS, CONNECTORS, SHEATHED CABLES, BEARINGS, CARBURETOR ETC. AND CAUSE MAILFUNCTIONS, I.E., LEAD TO
PREMATURE DESTRUCTION OF THESE PARTS.
THE
THE
– You should use commercially available detergents to clean the motorcycle. Heavily soiled parts should also be cleaned with
the help of a paint brush.
– Befor cleaning with water, plug the exhaust pipe to prevent water ingress.
– After the motorcycle has been rinsed with a soft water jet, it should be dried by air pressure and a cloth. Then take a short
drive until the engine has reached its operating temperature, and also operate the brakes. The heat also causes the water at
the inaccessible parts of the engine and the brakes to evaporate.
– Slide back the protective covers on the handlebar-mounted instruments so that any water that may have seeped into this part
of the motorcycle is allowed to evaporate.
– After the motorcycle has cooled down, oil and grease all the gliding bearing parts. Also treat the chain with a chain spray.
– To prevent failures in the electric system, you should treat the short circuit button with a contact spray.
STORAGE
If
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you want to put your motorcycle away for longer periods of time, please observe the following instructions:
Clean motorcycle thoroughly (see chapter: CLEANING)
Change engine oil (old engine oil contains aggresive contaminations).
Check antifreeze and amount of cooling liquid.
Let the engine warm up again, close fuel tap and wait until the engine dies off by itself. In this way, the carburetor jets are
prevented from becoming resin-clogged by the old fuel.
Remove spark plug and fill in approx. 5 ccm of engine oil into the cylinder through the opening. Actuate kick-starter 10 times
in order to distribute the oil onto the cylinder walls and mount the spark plug.
Let fuel flow out of tank into an appropriate basin.
Correct tire pressure.
Lubricate bearing points of the control levers, foot rests, etc. as well as the chain.
The storage place should be dry and not be subject to overly great temperature fluctuations.
Cover the motorcycle with an air permeable tarpaulin or blanket. Do not use non-air-permeable materials, as possible
humidity might not be able to escape and thereby cause corrosion.
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CAUTION
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WOULD BE VERY BAD TO LET THE ENGINE RUN FOR A SHORT TIME DURING THE STORAGE PERIOD. THE ENGINE WOULD NOT GET WARMED UP
ENOUGH AND THE THUS DEVELOPED STEAM WOULD CONDENSE DURING THE COMBUSTION PROCESS AND CAUSE THE EXHAUST TO RUST.
USE AFTER PERIOD OF STORAGE
– Fill up tank with fresh fuel.
– Check motorcycle as before each start (see driving instructions)
– Take a short, careful test ride first.
2-4E
Bleeding oilpump for separate lubrication up to model 2003
Clamp oil lines 1 and 2 as shown.
Add 2 stroke engine oil (for example Motorex Cross Power 2T) with a
syringe until the bubble-free oil starts to leak out of the line 2.
After bleeding the oil pump, mount both oil lines and fill the oil tank
with 2 stroke engine oil (for example Motorex Cross Power 2T).
2
1
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CAUTION
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HOSE 2
LEADING FROM THE OIL PUMP TO THE CARBURETOR MUST BE INSTALLED
WITHOUT KINKS.
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Bleeding the oil pump for the separate lubrication from the 2004
model
3
Disconnect the oil line 3 from the oil tank and oil line 4 from the oil
pump. Add two-stroke engine oil for separate lubrication with a syringe
until the bubble-free oil leaks out of hole A on the oil pump. Connect
the oil line 2 to the oil tank. Use the syringe to bleed the oil line 4 to
the carburetor and connect to the oil pump.
A
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Afterwards, fill the oil tank with two stroke engine oil (e.g.: Motorex
Cross Power 2T).
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CAUTION
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ALWAYS MAKE SURE YOU RUN THE OIL HOSES WITHOUT KINKS.
4
2-5E
Changing front brake fluid (not Mini Adventure)
– Move the hand brake cylinder into horizontal position.
1
– Disassemble the cover 1 together with the rubber boot 2 from the
brake fluid reservoir.
– Press the brake caliper pistons all the way back.
– Use a syringe to extract the used brake fluid and add fresh DOT 5.1
brake fluid (Motorex Brake Fluid DOT 5.1).
2
4
– Use a commercial extractor (shop equipment) to extract the used
brake fluid out of the system through the bleeder screw 3 on the
brake caliper. Make sure the brake fluid reservoir is always filled
with enough fresh brake fluid.
– Tighten the bleeder screw 3 and attach the dust cap 4 again.
3
5 mm
– Add DOT 5.1 brake fluid (Motorex Brake Fluid DOT 5.1) up to
5 mm under the top edge of the reservoir. Remount the rubber boot,
cover and screws.
– Wash off any overflowing or spilled brake fluid with water.
– Actuate the hand brake lever until you feel the point of pressure.
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CAUTION
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USE DOT 5 BRAKE FLUID. IT IS BASED ON SILICONE OIL AND DYED
PURPLE. GASKETS AND BRAKE HOSES WILL BE DAMAGED IF DOT 5 BRAKE
FLUID IS USED.
BRAKE FLUID CAN CAUSE SKIN IRRITATIONS. AVOID COMING INTO CONTACT WITH
THE SKIN OR EYES. IF BRAKE FLUID SPLASHES INTO YOUR EYES, RINSE
THOROUGHLY WITH WATER AND CONSULT A DOCTOR.
MAKE SURE NO BRAKE FLUID COMES INTO CONTACT WITH PAINTED PARTS SINCE
BRAKE FLUID WILL CORRODE THE PAINTWORK!
ONLY USE CLEAN, NEW BRAKE FLUID FROM TIGHTLY SEALED CONTAINERS.
– NEVER
2-6E
Changing rear brake fluid (50 SX, 50 Supermoto)
– Move the vehicle in a vertical position.
1
2
– Disassemble the cover 1 together with the rubber boot 2 from the
brake fluid reservoir.
– Press the brake caliper pistons all the way back.
– Use a syringe to extract the used brake fluid and add fresh DOT 5.1
brake fluid (Motorex Brake Fluid DOT 5.1).
– Completely remove the bleeder screw 3 .
– Extract the old brake fluid from the system using the bleeder syringe
503.29.050.000. Always make sure that the brake fluid reservoir is
filled with sufficient fresh brake fluid.
– Mount the bleeder screw 3 .
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15 mm
– Add DOT 5.1 brake fluid (Motorex Brake Fluid DOT 5.1) up to
15 mm under the top edge of the reservoir. Remount the rubber
boot, cover and screws.
– Wash off any overflowing or spilled brake fluid with water.
– Actuate the foot brake lever until you feel the point of pressure.
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CAUTION
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USE DOT 5 BRAKE FLUID. IT IS BASED ON SILICONE OIL AND DYED
PURPLE. GASKETS AND BRAKE HOSES WILL BE DAMAGED IF DOT 5 BRAKE
FLUID IS USED.
BRAKE FLUID CAN CAUSE SKIN IRRITATIONS. AVOID COMING INTO CONTACT WITH
THE SKIN OR EYES. IF BRAKE FLUID SPLASHES INTO YOUR EYES, RINSE
THOROUGHLY WITH WATER AND CONSULT A DOCTOR.
MAKE SURE NO BRAKE FLUID COMES INTO CONTACT WITH PAINTED PARTS SINCE
BRAKE FLUID WILL CORRODE THE PAINTWORK!
ONLY USE CLEAN, NEW BRAKE FLUID FROM TIGHTLY SEALED CONTAINERS.
– NEVER
Checking brake pads and brake disks
– See Owner's Manual
3-1E
REMOVING AND REFITTING ENGINE
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REMOVING THE ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
INSTALLING THE ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
3
3-2E
Removing the engine
NOTE: the following steps are shown on a model with LC-engine, on a
model with AC-engine a few works are not necessary like draining
coolant liquid, removing and mounting the radiator and the radiator
shield, bleeding the cooling system.
1
Clean the entire vehicle thoroughly before removing the engine.
To avoid burns, allow the motorcycle to cool before starting to work.
– Jack up the motorcycle on a sturdy work stand.
– Turn quick release 1 on the seat 180°, lift back of seat slightly and
pull back.
– Remove the cover of the air filter by reaching through the recess in
the panel and pushing the locating tab 2 forwards with your finger.
– Remove air filter element.
2
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– Loosen hose clamp 3 on the air filter box of the carburetor and
remove air filter box.
3
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– Pull air filter box 4 up through the retaining bracket 5 by
deforming it.
4
5
– Close fuel cock and disconnect fuel hose 6 from the carburetor.
6
3-3E
1
– Loosen retaining bolt on tank 1 and remove from tank together with
the rubber grommet.
– Lift tank from the frame.
– Open chain joint 2 and remove chain.
2
– Loosen hose clamp 3 of the intake flange on the carburetor, pull
carburetor back and swing to the side.
NOTE: if the carburetor is not being serviced, it does not need to be
removed - the carburetor openings should however be covered with a
clean cloth and the gasoline drained from the float chamber.
3
– Remove radiator shield on the right and left 4.
4
– Unbolt radiator cap, open drain plug 5 and allow cooling fluid to
drain into a receptacle. Then remount the drain plug with a new
sealing ring and tighten (5 Nm/4 ft.lb).
5
3-4E
– Loosen hose clamp 1 and pull both hoses from their connections.
– Unbolt radiator retaining bolt 2 and laterally remove radiator with
water hoses from the frame.
2
1
1
– Carefully pull socket connector 3 apart.
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3
– Detach both exhaust springs 4 with a suitable wrench, remove
springs.
– Unbolt the exhaust bracket on the right and pull exhaust off towards
the front.
4
4
– Loosen engine mounting bolts 5 and 6, lift engine from the frame.
Installing the engine
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6
5
– Lift engine into the frame and fasten with bolt 5 (M8x65 with nut)
and 2 bolts 6 (M8x55).
– Tighten bolts to 30 Nm (22 ft.lb).
– Mount exhaust, insert springs 4 and tighten bolt for exhaust bracket
M6x15 on the right.
– Carefully connect socket connector 3.
– Position radiator in the frame and tighten the radiator retaining bolts
2 (M6x10 with washer 18/6,5/1,5) to 10 Nm (7 ft.lb). Connect
hoses and tighten hose clamps 1.
– Fill cooling liquid (total filling amount approx. 0,5 liter).
– Mount radiator shield on the right and left.
NOTE: bolts 7 (M6x10) are bolted onto the side of the frame, bolt 8
(M6x15) is bolted into the radiator bracket.
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8
3-5E
– Install carburetor on the intake flange and tighten hose clamp 1.
1
– Place chain on rear sprocket and pinion, mount chain joint 2 and
secure.
2
NOTE: make sure the locking member runs in the right direction (see
photo). The closed side of the safety device must point in the running
direction.
– Mount tank and bolt tight. Do not forget the rubber grommet 3 for
the bolt.
3
– Connect fuel hose 4 to the carburetor and secure.
4
– Slide air filter box into the frame bracket.
3-6E
– Attach connection 1 of the air filter box to the carburetor and
tighten hose clamp.
1
– Insert air filter element in the air filter box and mount cover.
NOTE: the locating tabs in the cover must engage in the panel.
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– Mount seat. Make sure the retaining bracket 2 is inserted properly.
Insert quick release 3 in the dolly and turn 180°.
2
3
After installing the engine, perform a short test run and correct the
cooling fluid level (LC-engine). Then take the motorcycle on a road test.
After the road test, check the engine, the fuel system and the exhaust
system for tightness.
4-1E
DISASSEMBLING THE ENGINE
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SPECIAL TOOLS - ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-2
FIXING THE ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3
DRAINING GEAR OIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3
DISMOUNTING INTAKE FLANGE AND IGNITION COIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3
DISMOUNTING IGNITION COVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3
DISMOUNTING IGNITION STATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-4
DISMOUNTING CYLINDER, CYLINDERHEAD AND PISTON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-4
DISMOUNTING IGNITION ROTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
SPLIT THE CASING HALVES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
DISMOUNTING CLUTCH AND PRIMARY DRIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-6
4
4-2E
SPECIAL TOOLS ENGINE 50 AC/LC
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2
4
5
8
6
75
15
0
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FIG
PARTNUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
590.29.021.000
Puller for flywheel
2
451.12.021.000
Rotor holding tool
3
451.29.006.000
Adjusting plate for Dimension „X“
4
6 899 785
5
451.29.075.000
Tachometer
6
503.29.050.000
Bleeding syringe
Loctite 243 blue
4-3E
Clamp the engine using a vice
– Clean the engine thoroughly prior to disassembling.
– The engine can be clamped with a vice, using a protective pad to
clamp the lower rear bracket (see photo).
Drain the transmission oil
– Remove the transmission oil drain plug 1 including the sealing ring
and allow transmission oil to drain.
– Mount the transmission oil drain plug with new sealing ring and
tighten to 15 Nm (11 ft.lb).
.
1
Remove water hose, intake flange and ignition coil
3
2
4
– Loosen hose clamps and remove water hose 2 (only LC-engine).
– Pull plug 3 from the ignition coil, disconnect spark plug cap from
the spark plug.
– Loosen 4 bolts on the intake flange 4. Remove the ignition coil with
bracket, intake flange and reed valve housing.
– Remove spark plug.
.
Remove ignition cover and pump.
– Loosen bolt 5 and remove ignition cover.
5
5
5
NOTE:
– The water pump 6 is located on the ignition cover of the LC-engine.
– The ignition cover is centered with 2 dowels. They usually stay in the
engine case and should be removed with a suitable wrench.
6
NOTE: water pump shafts from the 2004 model have a hole containing
a spring 7.
7
4-4E
Remove ignition stator.
1
2
3
– Pull cable guide 1 from the case.
– Remove allan bolts 2 of the ignition stator 3.
– Carefully pull stator 3 out of the case.
2
Remove cylinder head, cylinder and pistons.
– Loosen bolts on cylinder head crosswise and remove.
– Discard washers (LC-engine), remove cylinder head 4.
4
4
– Remove gasket 5 (AC-engine) or O-rings 6 (LC-engine) from
cylinder and discard.
– Loosen 4 bolts 7 on the cylinder base crosswise and remove;
carefully lift the cylinder off.
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– Place pistons on a self-made mounting board.
– Remove ring lock 8 from the piston pin using a suitable tool.
– Push piston pins out of the piston by hand, remove pistons and pull
needle bearing from the conrod.
– Remove cylinder base gasket.
4-5E
Pull off ignition rotor
3
1
– Hold ignition rotor 1 with special tool 2, open the nut and remove.
NOTE: a washer is located under the nut; the magnetic attraction of the
rotor causes it to adhere to the rotor.
!
CAUTION
!
MAKE
SURE THE TWO PINS OF THE SPECIAL TOOL DO NOT CATCH THE THREADED
HOLES, OTHERWISE THE THREADING WILL BE DAMAGED AND THE ROTOR CAN NO
LONGER BE REMOVED.
– Remove circlip 3 from the chain sprocket and remove chain
sprocket.
2
– Bolt extractor to the rotor with 2 M4x35 bolts, hold extractor in place
and pull rotor 4 off by bolting in the extractor bolt.
– Remove woodruff key from the groove.
4
Split the casing halves
– Loosen all 7 allan bolts 5 holding the two casing halves together
and set aside.
5
5
5
6
5
– Bolt extractor to the casing with 2 M5x50 bolts 7.
– Hold extractor in place and separate the casing by bolting in the
extractor bolt, gently tapping the casing with a plastic hammer to
prevent the bearing on the drive shaft 6 from canting.
!
7
7
CAUTION
!
IF
THE BEARING ON THE DRIVE SHAFT CANTS, STOP PULLING OFF THE CASING. USE
THE PLASTIC HAMMER TO CAREFULLY CORRECT THE DISTORTION, OTHERWISE THE
CASING WILL BE DAMAGED.
– Remove casing; remove seal and discard.
NOTE: the housing halves are centered with 2 dowels which should also
be removed.
4-6E
Disassemble the clutch and primary drive
1
– Rechuck the engine to provide access to the clutch side.
– Remove kickstarter and bolts 1 on the clutch cover.
– Remove clutch cover, discarding the seal.
2
1
1

WARNING

NOT REMOVE THE CIRCLIP 2, OTHERWISE THE KICKSTARTER SPINDLE MAY FALL
FROM THE CASING AND THE KICKSTARTER SPRING CAUSE INJURIES.
DO
1
– Block the centrifugal clutch 3 with a suitable mandrel 4.
5
NOTE: the drum and the gear wheel of the primary drive have holes.
Push the mandrel through both holes.
4
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– Bend up the lock washer 5 on the output shaft nut.
– Loosen the nut on the clutch and the output shaft and pull the
mandrel out.
– Remove nut and washer from the crankshaft.
– Bolt the extractor to the hub of centrifugal clutch 6 using bolts
M5x50, hold the extractor in place and pull the centrifugal clutch
from the crankshaft by bolting in the extractor bolt.
– Remove the centrifugal clutch from the crankshaft together with the
bearing and spacing washers.
– Remove nut 7 and lock washer from the output shaft.
6
7
– Remove gear 8 on the primary drive from the shaft, remove woodruff
key 9 from the shaft groove.
– Press the crankshaft and output shaft out of the casing using a press
or suitable extractor.
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!
THE
CAUTION
!
TWO SHAFTS MAY NOT BE STRUCK OUT OF THE CASING WITH A HAMMER SINCE
THE CRANKSHAFT OR THE CASING MAY BE DAMAGED.
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5-1E
SERVICING INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS
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INDEX
RIGHT HOUSING HALF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2
LEFT HOUSING HALF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-3
CRANKSHAFT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-3
CLUTCH COVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-4
WATER PUMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-5
REED VALVE HOUSING, INTAKE FLANGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-5
PISTON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-6
PISTON RING END GAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-6
CHECKING CYLINDER FOR WEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-6
CLUTCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-7
SPRINGS OF CLUTCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-7
CHECKING CLUTCH FOR WEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-7
Engine housing
Note: Read through the following section before commencing work. Then determine the assembly sequence so that the engine
housing halves only need to be heated up once before replacing the bearings.
Having first removed the dowels, in order to expel the bearings or remove them with light mallet blows, the housing halves must
be placed on a suitably large plane surface, supporting the whole of the sealing surface without damaging it. A wooden panel is
best used as a base.
Bearings or shaft seal rings should not be hammered into their seats. If no suitable press is available, use a suitable mandrel and
hammer them in with great care. Cold bearings will practically drop into their seats at an engine housing temperature of approx.
150° C.
After cooling, should the bearings fail to lock in the bore, they are bound to rotate after warming. In that event the housing must
be replaced.
5-2E
Working on the right half of the engine case
Remove shaft sealing ring 1 and heat the engine case half on a heating
plate to approx. 150° C.
NOTE: if the engine case is heated to 150° C and struck on a wooden
surface, the bearings usually fall out of the bearing seats automatically.
If necessary, the bearings must be pushed out.
!
CAUTION
!
– ALWAYS REMOVE DOWELS FIRST TO PREVENT THE CASE FROM BEING DAMAGED.
– THE DEVICES (MANDRELS) TO PRESS THE NEW BEARINGS IN PLACE SHOULD BE
DESIGNED SUCH THAT THEY ONLY REST ON THE OUTER RING OF THE BEARING,
OTHERWISE THE BEARINGS WILL BE DAMAGED WHEN FITTED.
1
Grooved ball bearing for crankshaft 2
Use a suitable mandrel to press the grooved ball bearing into place.
Press the new grooved ball bearing all the way in.
NOTE: the grooved ball bearing of the crankshaft will protrude approx.
1 mm from the surface of the case.
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3
Grooved ball bearing for output shaft 3
Use a suitable mandrel to press the grooved ball bearing into place.
Press the new grooved ball bearing all the way in.
NOTE: the grooved ball bearing of the output shaft should fit flush with
the surface of the case.
Shaft sealing ring for crankshaft 1
Press a new shaft sealing ring into place with the sealing lip to the
inner side.
S
NOTE: the seal shaft ring will fit approx. 1 mm lower than the surface
of the case.
After the engine case halves have cooled, check all bearings for firm
retention in the bearing seats.
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Finally, check the greasing hole S for the grooved ball bearing of the
crankshaft and the connection for the gearbox ventilation for clearance.
5-3E
Working on the left half of the engine case
2
Remove shaft sealing rings 1/2 and heat engine case halves on a
heating plate to approx. 150° C.
NOTE:
– If the engine case is heated to 150° C and struck on a wooden
surface, the bearings usually fall out of the bearing seats
automatically. If necessary, the bearings must be pushed out.
– The devices (mandrels) to press the new bearings in place should be
designed such that they only rest on the outer ring of the bearing,
otherwise the bearings will be damaged when fitted.
1
Grooved ball bearing for crankshaft 3
Use a suitable mandrel to press the grooved ball bearing into place.
Press the new grooved ball bearing all the way in.
NOTE: the grooved ball bearing of the crankshaft will protrude approx.
1 mm from the surface of the case.
4
Grooved ball bearing for output shaft 4
Use a suitable mandrel to press the grooved ball bearing into place.
Press the new grooved ball bearing all the way in.
NOTE: the grooved ball bearing of the output shaft should fit flush with
the surface of the case.
3
Shaft sealing ring for crankshaft 1
Press a new shaft sealing ring into place with the sealing lip to the
inner side.
After the engine case halves have cooled, check bearings for firm
retention.
Measure the crankshaft
If continuing to use the crankshaft, check crankshaft journal for lateral
runout.
The lateral runout of the crankshaft journal should be no more than
0.05 mm
NOTE: Conrod bearing and crankshaft can only be checked in
dismantled condition, this should be done in a special workshop.
5-4E
6
Working on the clutch cover
8
7
NOTE: dismantling the clutch cover is neccessary if parts are damaged
or the O-ring is leaking.
– Turn kickstarter shaft 1 counter-clockwise and remove ratchet gear
2. Check gearing for wear.
2
1
9
NOTE: If the kickstarter shaft is to be removed, the outer circlip must
be removed, carefully pulling the kickstarter shaft out of the cover.

WARNING

KICKSTARTER SPRING IS PRETENSIONED. IT MUST BE STRESS-RELIEVED WHEN
THE KICKSTARTER SHAFT IS PULLED OUT.
THE
– Clean kickstarter shaft and renew O-ring 3 (up to the 2003 model).
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NOTE:
– make shure that the O-ring is mounted in the second groove 4.
– starting with the 2004 model, a shaft seal ring 5 is installed in the
engine instead of an O-ring and the kickstarter shaft no longer has a
second groove. Pry out the old shaft seal ring and press the new
shaft seal ring in until flush with a suitable tool.
During assembly only push the kickstarter shaft into the clutch cover far
enough to be able to reinsert the spring (6 and 7). The spring is
pretensioned by turning the kickstarter shaft in a counter-clockwise
direction, then completely push the kickstarter shaft into the clutch
cover. Hold the kickstarter shaft turned, mount the ratchet gear and
release the kickstarter shaft again.
5
NOTE: the end of the kickstarter shaft gearing has a deformation 8 to
prevent the kickstarter shaft from hitting against the clutch cover,
causing it to wedge with the gearing of the ratchet gear. Make sure to
keep a gap between the kickstarter shaft and stop 9.
5-5E
Overhaul the water pump (LC-engine)
– Remove cover 1, discard the O-rings.
1
–
–
–
–
8
4
6
Remove circlip 2 with a suitable wrench.
Remove the water pump wheel 3 from the pump shaft 4.
Press out shaft 4, press out both bearings (6 and 7).
Remove seal shaft ring 5.
NOTE: a spring 8 is installed starting with the 2004 model. Remove
before disassembling.
7
5
3
2
– Press in a new seal shaft ring 5, make shure that the open side of
the seal shaft ring is located on the side of the water pump wheel.
– Slide both new bearings (6 and 7) onto the pump shaft 4.
– Lightly grease pump shaft and press the pump shaft with the
bearings in all the way into the ignition cover 9, check for smooth
operation.
– Mount the water pump wheel and the circlip.
– Mount cover 1 with a new O-ring.
– Mount the spring 8 (applies to models from 2004), fix in the hole
with a small amount of grease, if necessary.
9
Reed valve housing, intake flange
NOTE: the reed paddles gradually lose their tension, leading to power
loss. Defective or worn reed paddles must be replaced.
If the sealing surfaces of the reed valve housing are also damaged,
replace the entire reed valve housing.
!
CAUTION
SECURE
ALL BOLTS OF THE DIAPHRAGM HOUSING WITH
ASSEMBLY.
!
LOCTITE 243
AFTER
Intake flange
Check for cracks and other damage.
M
Reed valve housing
Measure the distance M between the stop plates with a sliding gauge.
If the measured value deviates from the desired value, the stop plates
must be bent accordingly.
Distance M = 17 mm
5-6E
Check pistons
If continuing to use a used piston, check as follows:
1. Check piston bearing surface for pressure marks, piston seizure (light
friction can be removed with a fine emery stone).
2. The piston ring may not jam in the piston ring groove. To clean the
piston ring groove, use an old piston ring or sanding paper (400
grain size).
3. Piston ring anti-rotation device must fit tightly in the piston and may
not be worn.
4. Check piston ring for wear and gaps in the cylinder.
Measuring the piston ring end gap
– Insert the piston ring in the cylinder and align with the piston
(approx. 10 mm / 0.39 in under the upper edge of the cylinder).
– Measure end gap B with a feeler gauge.
End gap: max. 0.20 mm / 0.0078 in
NOTE: If the end gap is larger than specified above, pistons and
cylinder must be checked for wear. If the piston wear and cylinder wear
are within the tolerance zone, the piston ring must be replaced.
Measure the piston and cylinder, determine the piston
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10mm
x
x
y
y
50mm
– To determine cylinder wear, measure the cylinder 10 mm and 50
mm from the top using a micrometer (shown in the drawing).
– Measure the cylinder diameter in the X and the Y axis to establish
any ovality.
– The piston is measured at the piston skirt, transverse to the piston
pin 32 mm below the top, as shown in the illustration.
– The smallest cylinder diameter minus the largest piston diameter
determines the piston fitting clearance.
Piston fitting clearance
AC-engine:
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LC-engine:
0.055 - 0.065 mm
(0.00216 - 0.00256 in)
0.045 - 0.055 mm
(0.00177 - 0.00216 in)
MARK
PISTON
CYLINDER AC
CYLINDER LC
A
39.455 - 39.460 mm
1.5533 - 1.5535 in
39.461 - 39.465 mm
1.5535 - 1.5537 in
39.466 - 39.470 mm
1.5537 - 1.5539 in
39.471 - 39.475 mm
1.5539 - 1.5541 in
39.515 - 39.520 mm
1.5557 - 1.5559 in
39.521 - 39.525 mm
1.5559 - 1.5561 in
39.526 - 39.530 mm
1.5561 - 1.5563 in
39.531 - 39.535 mm
1.55663 - 1.5565 in
39.505 - 39.510 mm
1.5553 - 1.5555 in
39.511 - 39.515 mm
1.5555 - 1.5557 in
39.516 - 39.520 mm
1.5557 - 1.5559 in
39.521 - 39.525 mm
1.5559 - 1.5561 in
B
C
D
NOTE:
When replacing piston and cylinder always make sure to use a piston
and cylinder of the same type. The type identification mark (A to D) can
be found on the cylinder base or the piston head, respectively.
The table to the right indicates the tolerance thresholds for the listed
components.
Always keep in mind that a minimum piston fitting clearance of
0.055 mm (0.00216 in) (AC-engine) or 0.045 mm (0.00117 in)
(LC-engine) is required.
5-7E
Overhauling the centrifugal clutch
3
56
– Loosen HH bolts 1 on the clutch shoes 2 and remove together with
the set of springs 3 from the clutch hub 4.
2
4
NOTE: coilsprings 7 are used instead of the spring washers for the
AC-engine. Length of clutch springs: min. 19.6 mm (0.748 in).
– Remove HH bolts with sleeves and set of springs from the clutch
shoes.
NOTE:
– the set of springs consists of 14 spring washers 5, make sure the
spring washers are placed exactly in the same order A shown below
(only LC-engine).
– Washers 6 to pretension the spring sets are located between the
spring sets and the clutch shoes. The preload on the spring set has
an influence on the clutch engagement speed. 0.5 mm more preload
increases the clutch speed by approx. 500 rpm.
– the clutch speed is the speed at which the clutch begins to engage
and the motorcycle begins to move.
1
A
7
– check the clutch speed with the tachometer 451.29.075.000 and
adjust if necessary:
AC-engine: 4000 - 4500 rpm
LC-engine: 8500 - 9000 rpm
Balancing the clutch wear
– Check clutch shoes for wear; if the lining only shows minor signs of
wear, the linings can be reinstalled.
B
NOTE:
– the centrifugal clutch has an outer diameter of approx. 82.5 mm
(3.248 in) when new.
– to compensate for minor wear in the lining, one of the preload
washers 6 from any set of springs can be inserted between the
clutch hub and clutch shoes - see Fig. B. If only one washer is
installed, this washer can be used.
– the inner diameter of the clutch drum must not exceed 84.4 mm
(3.3228 in) (new condition 84.0 mm [3.3071 in]).
– Make sure the spring sets are kept free of contamination during
maintenance and repair work to the clutch, otherwise they may
malfunction.
Assembly is in the reverse order as disassembly. HH bolts 1 must be
secured with Loctite 243 and tightened to 12 Nm (9 ft.lb).
6
6
Clutch new
used
6-1E
ASSEMBLING THE ENGINE
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INDEX
MOUNTING THE CRANKSHAFT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2
MOUNTING THE PRIMARY DRIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2
MOUNTING LEFT ENGINE HOUSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2
IGNITION SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-3
MOUNTING THE CLUTCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-3
MOUNTING THE CLUTCH COVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4
IGNITION COVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4
MOUNTING PISTON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-5
MOUNTING CYLINDER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-5
ADJUSTING DIMENSION „X“ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-5
CYLINDER HEAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-6
MOUNTING WATERHOSE, INTAKE FLANGE AND IGNITION COIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-6
FILLING IN GEAR OIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-6
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6-2E
Mounting the crankshaft and output shaft
– Heat the engine case on a heating plate.
– Lubricate both bearings, lightly grease the seal shaft ring.
– Push the output shaft and crankshaft into the bearing.
NOTE: the conrod must be in a vertical position.
!
CAUTION
!
DO
NOT INSERT THE SHAFTS INTO THE BEARINGS WITH A HAMMER SINCE THE
BEARINGS AND CRANKSHAFT MAY BE DAMAGED.
Mounting primary drive
– Insert woodruff key 1 in the output shaft groove.
– Place the gear of the primary drive on the output shaft, collar 2
first.
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2
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– Slide on the nut lock washer.
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NOTE: the tab of the lock washer 3 must engage in the bore of the
primary drive wheel.
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bk
4
5
– Bolt nut M14x1,25 into place.
Mounting the left half of the case
– Mount 2 dowels 7x9x10, apply new seal.
NOTE: the seal is not cut until after the second half of the case is
mounted.
– Heat the left half of the case on a heating plate and mount.
– Bolt 7 allan bolts into place.
NOTE: 4, 8 and bk are M6x40; 5, 6, 7 and 9 are M6x35 bolts.
– Tighten 4 to 7 crosswise to 10 Nm (7 ft.lb).
– Tighten 8 to bk to 10 Nm (7 ft.lb).
– Gently tap the case with a plastic hammer a few times near the
bearings to relieve the pretensioning.
– Check both shafts for smooth operation by turning.
6
bl bl
bl
bl
– Cut protruding seal bl with a sharp knife for a flush fit.
6-3E
– Wrap insulating tape around the output shaft in the area of the sharp
edge 1 to prevent the seal shaft ring from being damaged.
NOTE: wrap insulating tape just above edge to allow the tape to be
easily pulled off after the seal shaft ring is mounted.
1
– Grease the seal lip and press in the seal shaft ring.
– Pull off the tape.
Mounting the ignition
3
2
– Place woodruff key in the crankshaft groove.
– Mount ignition rotor 2 with a washer, holding back with special tool,
secure nut with Loctite 243 and tighten to 20 Nm (15 ft.lb).
!
CAUTION
!
THE
PINS ON THE SPECIAL TOOL MAY NOT ENGAGE IN THE ROTOR'S THREADED
HOLES, OTHERWISE THE THREAD WILL BE DAMAGED.
– Slide the chain sprocket 3 on the output shaft with the collar
towards housing and mount the circlip.
– Mount ignition stator 4 in the case.
6
5
4
NOTE: for easier installation, gently press the stator together with your
fingers. Check for a correct fit prior to bolting tight, stator may not
cant.
– Secure allan bolts M5x25 5 on the stators with Loctite 243 and
tighten to 8 Nm (6 ft.lb).
– Position cable guide 6.
5
Mount the clutch
– Slide spacing washer(s) (25x15) onto the crankshaft, mount needle
bearings and the centrifugal clutch unit.
– Block the centrifugal clutch, drum and gear of the primary drive with
a suitable mandrel 7.
– Secure the nut M10x1.25 on the crankshaft with Loctite 243 and
tighten to 35 Nm (25 ft.lb).
– Tighten the output shaft nut to 40 Nm (30 ft.lb).
– Bend over the lock washer on the output shaft nut.
7
NOTE: for a correct function of the centifugal clutch axial clearance S
between 0,2 and 0,7 mm (0,039 and 0,0055 in) must remain between
the bottom of the drum and the clutch unit.
S
8
9
– Checking the axial clearance with a sliding gauge 8 by pressing the
drum against the spacer and measure the distance from the upper
edge of the drum to the drive wheel.Then pull the drum against the
clutch unit, hold in position and measure again - the difference
between these measurements is the axial clearance.
– Press drum against the spacing washers by hand and measure the
distance between the drum and the gear of the primary drive using a
feeler gauge 9 - it should be at least 0.5 mm.
NOTE: if the clearances are outside of the tolerance zone, use spacing
washers to balance. Spacing washers are available in different thicknesses.
6-4E
Mounting the clutch cover
1
– Put new seals in place and mount the clutch cover .
– Bolt clutch cover into place with 6 bolts M6x25 1, tighten the bolts
to 10 Nm (7 ft.lb).
1
1
1
Mount the ignition cover and water pump.
– Put the dowels 7x9x10 in place.
– Align the driving slot on the water pump drive 2 with the driver
blade 3 on the crankshaft (LC-engine).
3
2
NOTE: make sure the spring is mounted in the water pump shaft
(models from 2004).
– Put cover on and engage by turning the pump drive cover back and
forth.
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2003
2
CAUTION
!
DO
NOT TRY TO MOUNT THE IGNITION COVER BY FORCE, OTHERWISE COMPONENTS
WILL BE DAMAGED.
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2004
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– Bolt 3 HH bolts M6x25 4 into ignition cover and tighten to 10 Nm
(7 ft.lb).
4
4
4
6-5E
Mount the pistons
– Fix conrod with a mounting board.
– Grease the conrod bearings and attach to conrod eye.
– Mount pistons, the arrow on the bottom of the piston should point
towards the outlet port.
– Slide piston pin into the conrod eye by hand and mount piston pin
lock with the open side facing down.
– Turn the piston ring until the anti-rotation device engages in the
piston ring end gap 1.
– Mount cylinder base gasket, press piston rings together with your
fingers and slide the greased cylinder over the pistons.
NOTE: if neither the pistons, cylinder, crankshaft or engine case are
being replaced, the same seal thickness can be used as before.
1
– Tighten collar nut 2 on the cylinder base bolting crosswise to a
torque of 18 Nm (13 ft.lb).
– Mount a new seal 3 (AC-engine) or insert new O-rings 4 in the
recesses (LC-engine).
4
3
2
Adjust measurement „X“
NOTE:
– Measurement „X“ is the distance from the upper piston edge to the
upper cylinder edge, piston set in TDC position and cylinder base
bolts tightened.
– Measurement „X“ must be set with special care, adjusting various
thicknesses of cylinder base gaskets.
!
CAUTION
!
IF
THE „X“ MEASUREMENT IS TOO LARGE-THIS MEANS THAT A GAP IS VISIBLE
BETWEEN PISTON AND ADJUSTING PLATE-THE COMPRESSION WILL SINK AND THE
ENGINE WILL LOSE POWER. IF THE „X“ MEASUREMENT IS TOO SMALL-THIS MEANS
THAT A GAP IS VISIBLE BETWEEN CYLINDER AND ADJUSTING PLATE-THE ENGINE WILL
PING AND OVERHEAT.
– Place the adjusting plate on the cylinder and set pistons to TDC (see
diagram). If the „X“ measurement is correctly adjusted, the feeler
gauge will lie flush on the pistons and on the cylinder.
– Adjust the „X“ measurement by adding or removing cylinder base
gaskets.
NOTE: the „X“ measurement is increased by adding cylinder base
gaskets and decreased by removing cylinder base gaskets.
6-6E
Mount the cylinder head
– Mount the cylinder head 1, making sure the water connection is on
the intake side (LC-engine).
– Use new washers for the cylinder head bolts (LC-engine), tighten
cylinder head bolts crosswise in 2 stages to 15 Nm (11 ft.lb).
1
1
Mount water hose, intake flange and ignition coil
– Apply water hose and tighten hose clamp (only LC-engine).
– Mount the reed valve housing and intake flange with new seal.
2
3
NOTE:
– the longer bolts (M6x40) 2 are bolted into the upper holes, the
bracket and the ground connection of the ignition coil are also fixed
with these bolts.
– the shorter bolts (M6x20) 3 are bolted into the lower holes.
– the intake flange should point to the chain sprocket.
– Bolt in the spark plug, spark plug cap and ignition connection,
mount kickstarter and transmission vent hose.
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
Fill in transmission oil
– Make sure the transmission drain plug is tightened to 15 Nm
(11 ft.lb).
– Remove oil filler bolt 4 and add 150-200 ccm gear oil Dexron II
(Motorex ATF Super), remount oil filler bolt and tighten to 5 Nm
(4 ft.lb).
4
7-1E
TROUBLE SHOOTING
INDEX
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028-E
TROUBLE SHOOTING 50 AC/LC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-2
IGNITION MEASUREMENT 50 AC/LC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-4
MEASUREMENT WITH PEAK VOLTAGE ADAPTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-4
7
7-2E
TROUBLE
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
Engine fails to start
Engine without idle running
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
Less power of engine
CAUSE
REMEDY
Operating error
Open fuel tap, replenish fuel, do not use choke
Fuel supply interrupted
Close fuel tap, loosen fuel hose at carburettor, lead into a
basin and open fuel tap,
– if fuel leaks out, clean carburettor
– if no fuel leaks out, check tank ventilation, i.e. clean
fuel tap
Electrode distance too large
Reduce electrode distance (0.60 mm) (0.0236 in)
Plug fouled by oil, wet or bridged
Clean spark plug or renew
Ignition wire or spark plug
connector damaged
Dismount spark plug, connect ignition cable, hold to
ground (blank place on engine) and actuate kickstarter, a
strong spark must be produced at the spark plug
– If no spark is produced, loosen spark plug cap from
ignition cable, hold about 5 mm from ground and
actuate kickstarter
– If a spark now occurs, replace spark plug cap
– If no spark is produced, control ignition system
Kill button wire or short-circuit
switch faulty
Disconnect black coloured cable from short circuit button
at ignition coil and check ignition spark. If the spark is
O.K. repair defective part of cable or ignition switch
Loose ignition cable connectors
Inspect cable connectors
Spark too weak
Examine ignition system
Water in the carburetor and jets
blocked
Dismantle and clean carburetor
Idle adjusting
adjustment
Readjust idle running or replace idle adjusting bolt
bolt
out
of
Ignition system damaged
Examine ignition system
Wear
Overhaul engine
Air filter obstructed
Clean or renew airfilter
Fuel supply partly interrupted or
blocked
Blow through fuel pipe and clean carburetor
Loss of compression due to loose
spark plug
Tighten spark plug
Exhaust system damaged
Check exhaust system for damage
Engine
has
preignition
not
enough
Check and adjust ignition
Reed paddles tensionless or
damaged, surface of reed valve
housing damaged
Replace reed paddles or reed valve housing
Wear
Overhaul engine
7-3E
TROUBLE
CAUSE
REMEDY
Engine stalling or running
with four stroke cycle
Carburetor overflows if level
adjust too high, float needle
seating is dirty or enlarged
Clean carburetor, if necessary replace float needle and
adjust level
Loose carburetor jets
Tighten jets
Incorrect heat range spark plug
or low quality spark plug
Refer to technical data section
Loose, corroded or non conductive
ignition socket connector
Check and seal with silicon
Lack of fuel
Clean fuel pipes, examine tank aeration and clean
Spark plug with incorrect heat value
(Ignition by incandescence)
Fit correct spark plug
Engine takes air out of control
Check intake flange and carburettor if firmly setted
Insufficient liquid
system
(only LC-engine)
Top up coolant and bleed cooling system check cooling
system for leaks
High rpm misfiring
Engine spluters into the
carburetor
Engine overheating
in
cooling
Radiator fins clogged
(only LC-engine)
Clean radiatar fins with water jet
Frothing in cooling system
(only LC-engine)
Renew coolant using branded anti-freeze/anti-corrosive
(Motorex Anti-Freeze)
Pinched or kinked water hoses
(only LC-engine)
Replace with correct routed hoses
Incorrect ignition timing because
of loose stator bolts
Readjust to correct ignition timing specifications, secure
bolts with Loctite 243
Incorrect compression ratio
Measure and adjust compression ratio
Emission of white smoke
(steam)
(only LC-engine)
Cylinder head or O-ring of
cylinder head gasket leaks
Check cylinder head, replace O-ring
Excessive oil escapes from
transmission breather tube
Excessive oil quantity in
transmission
Correct transmission oil level
7-4E
Resistor values of the ignition system - Stator
– Unplug the ignition stator and measure the resistance of the stator
using a digital measuring tool.
– The resistance must be 500 Ω ± 40 Ω at 20º C.
NOTE: it is not neccessary to take the stator out of the engine housing.
Ignition coil
– Undo the spark plug cap
– Measure the resistor of the secundary side of the Ignition coil
between high tension lead and mass of the coil.
– The resistance must be 2250 Ω ± 250 Ω at 20º C.
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
Measuring static ignition values with peak voltage adapter
1
R
S
2
Measuring conditions:
– cold engine
– seat and tank removed
– all connector and socket connectors and the ground connection in a
non-corroding condition
– kick the kick starter forcefully at least 5 times for each measurement
Check the pulse generator/charging coil for an output signal - one-pin
connector 1:
– Apply the red measuring lead R of the peak voltage adapter to the
connector and the black measuring lead S to the ground, disconnect
connector 1 from the ignition coil 2
Multimeter display for 50 SX AC: 220 Volt ± 10 Volt
Multimeter display for 50 SX LC: 270 Volt ±10 Volt
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
– Same measurement with connector connected to the ignition coil
Multimeter display for 50 SX AC: 250 Volt ±10 Volt
Multimeter display for 50 SX LC: 270 Volt ±10 Volt
8-1E
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028-E
MODEL 2002
ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-3
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-3
CHASSIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-4
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT – FORK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-4
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT – SHOCK ABSORBER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-4
MODEL 2003
ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-5
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-5
CHASSIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-6
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT – FORK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-6
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT – SHOCK ABSORBER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-6
MODEL 2004
ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-7
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-8
CHASSIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-9
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT – FORK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-9
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT – SHOCK ABSORBER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-9
8
8-2E
INDEX
MODEL 2005 AC
ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-10
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-10
CHASSIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-11
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT – FORK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-11
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT – SHOCK ABSORBER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-11
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028-E
MODEL 2005 LC
ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-12
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-12
CHASSIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-13
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT – FORK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-13
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT – SHOCK ABSORBER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-13
MODEL 2006 AC
ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-14
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-14
CHASSIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-15
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT – FORK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-15
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT – SHOCK ABSORBER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-15
MODEL 2006 LC
ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-16
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-16
CHASSIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-17
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT – FORK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-17
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT – SHOCK ABSORBER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-17
TOLERANCES AND FITTING CLEARANCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-18
TIGHTENING TORQUES - ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-18
TIGHTENING TORQUES - CHASSIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-18
8-3E
TECHNICAL DATA - ENGINE 50 AC/LC 2002
Engine
50 AC (aircooled)
Design
50 LC (liquid cooled)
single cylinder 2-stroke engine, with reed valve inlet
Displacement
49,0 cm³
Bore/Stroke
39,5 / 40 mm
Fuel
Oil/gasoline ratio
SUPER fuel, research octane no 95, mixed with 2-stroke oil
1 : 40 when using high grade 2-stroke oil (Shell Advance Racing X)
When in doubt, please contact your importer or use 1 : 33 mix ratio to be on the safe side
Lubrication
mixture lubrication
Crankshaft bearing
2 grooved ball bearing
Connecting rod bearing
needle bearing
Piston pin bearing
needle bearing
Piston rings
1 rectangular ring
Primary drive
straight cut spur gears, 16 : 57 t
Transmission oil
Spark plug
0.15-0.2 liter gear oil Dexron II (Shell Donax TA)
NGK BR 8 EH
NGK BR 10 EG
Electrode gap
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
Carburetor
0,6 mm
Dell'Orto PHVA 14 DS
Air filter
Dell'Orto PHVA 14 DS / PHBG 19 BS
wet foam type air filter insert
Coolant
–
0.5 liter (0.132 USgal); water : coolant = 2 : 1
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING
Model
50 MINI ADVENTURE
50 SX PRO JUNIOR LC
50 SX PRO SENIOR LC
Dell'Orto PHVA 14 DS
50 JUNIOR/SENIOR
ADVENTURE
Dell'Orto PHVA 14 DS
Type
Dell'Orto PHVA 14 DS
Dell'Orto PHBG 19 BS
60 (70/80)
80 (70)
80
85
Needle jet
211 FA
211 FA
211 FA
260 AU
Idling jet
45
45
45
48
Jet needle
A10
A10
A10
W9
Needle position from top
3.
3.
3.
3.
Air/Mixture reg. screw open
3,5
3,5
3,5
3,0
Slide
40
40
40
60
Starting jet
60
60
60
60
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
Main jet
front/rear 2.50x10" VRM-140
Drum brake Ø 90 mm (3.5 in)
175/190 mm (6.9/7.5 in)
220 mm (8.6 in)
190 mm (7.5 in)
Ground clearance
Engine
SAE 7,5
Fork oil
SAE 7,5
10 mm (0.4 in)
2,0 N/mm
110 mm (4.3 in) 110 mm (4.3 in)
10 mm (0.4 in)
Preload
Luftkammerlänge
2,0 N/mm
Spring
50 AC
50 AC
Spring preload
Spring
Rebound adjuster
175/185 mm (6.9/7.3 in)
50 SX PRO SENIOR LC
220 mm (8.6 in)
615 mm (24.2 in)
914 mm (36 in)
63°
1/2x3/16" 96 rolls
7 mm/0.3 in
85 N/mm
5
WP 0318W910
7 mm/0.3 in
45 N/mm
5
WP 0318W911
50 LC
7 - 8 years
255 mm (10 in)
650/675 mm (adjustable) (25.6/26.6 in)
1030 mm (40 in)
64°
1/2x3/16" 104 rolls
front/rear 2.50x10" Pirelli MT 32 / 2.75x10" MT 320
Disc brake Ø 160 mm (6.3 in)
Central shock absorber WP PDS
135/200 mm (5.3/7.8 in)
50 SX PRO JUNIOR LC
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT - SHOCK ABSORBER
max. 35 kg (78 lbs)
Rider's body weight
Recommended age of rider
max. 130 cm (5.1 in)
40 kg (88lbs)
255 mm (10 in)
650/675 mm (adjustable)(25.6/26.6 in)
1030 mm (40 in)
64°
Rider's body height
Dead weight without fuel
50 LC
615 mm (24.2 in)
590 mm (23.2 in)
Seat height, unloaded
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT - FORK
914 mm (36 in)
910 mm (35.8 in)
Wheel base
4 - 6 years
63°
62°
Steering angle
1/2x3/16" 104 rolls
11 : 48
Final drive ratio
Chain
1,8 Liter
front/rear: 1.0 bar / 1.0 bar
Drumbrake Ø 90 mm (3.5 in)
Central shock absorber Paioli MC30
135/234 mm (5.3/9.2 in)
1/2x3/16" 96 rolls
115/185 mm (4.5/7.3 in)
Fuel tank capacity
Tire pressure
Tyres
Rear brake
Front brake
Rear suspension
Wheel travel front/rear
Marzocchi Ø = 32 mm
Fork
50 SENIOR ADVENTURE
single downtube, split-cradle
50 JUNIOR ADVENTURE
50 MINI 2002
Frame
50 MINI ADVENTURE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - CHASSIS
8-4E
8-5E
TECHNICAL DATA - ENGINE 50 AC/LC 2003
Engine
50 AC (aircooled)
Design
50 LC (liquid cooled)
single cylinder 2-stroke engine, with reed valve inlet
Displacement
49,0 cm³
Bore/Stroke
Fuel
39,5 / 40 mm
SUPER fuel, research octane no 95, mixed with 2-stroke oil (separate lubrication only ROZ 95)
Oil/gasoline ratio
1 : 40 when using high grade 2-stroke oil (Shell Advance Racing X)
(separate lubrication Shell Advance Ultra 2)
Lubrication
mixture lubrication / separate lubrication
Crankshaft bearing
2 grooved ball bearing
Connecting rod bearing
needle bearing
Piston pin bearing
needle bearing
Piston rings
1 rectangular ring
Primary drive
straight cut spur gears, 16 : 57 t
Transmission oil
0.15-0.2 liter gear oil Dexron II (Shell Donax TA)
Spark plug
NGK BR 8 ECM
Electrode gap
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
Carburetor
0,6 mm (0.0236 in)
Dell'Orto PHVA 14 DS / 12 XS
Air filter
Dell'Orto PHVA 14 DS / PHBG 19 BS
wet foam type air filter insert
Coolant
–
0.5 liter (0.132 USgal) ; water : coolant = 2 : 1
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING
Model
50 MINI ADVENTURE
(Separate lubrication)
Dell'Orto PHVA 12 XS
50 JUNIOR/SENIOR
ADVENTURE
Dell'Orto PHVA 14 DS
50 SX PRO JUNIOR LC
50 SX PRO SENIOR LC
Dell'Orto PHVA 14 DS
Dell'Orto PHBG 19 BS
60
80 (70)
80
85
Needle jet
211 FA
211 FA
211 FA
260 AU
Idling jet
38
45
45
48
Jet needle
A10
A10
A10
W9
Needle position from top
4.
3.
3.
3.
Air/Mixture reg. screw open
4
3,5
3,5
3,0
Slide
40
40
40
60
Starting jet
60
60
60
60
Type
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
Main jet
2.50x10" VRM-140
Drum brake Ø 90 mm (3.5 in)
175/190 mm (6.9/7.5 in)
615/640 mm (adjustable)
(24.2/25.2 in)
590/615 mm (adjustable)
(23.2/24.2 in)
Air chamber lenght
Fork oil
Preload
Spring
50 AC
2,0 N/mm
50 LC
(4.3 in)110 mm
SAE 7,5
110 mm (4.3 in)
SAE 7,5
10 mm (0.4 in) 10 mm (0.4 in)
2,0 N/mm
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT - FORK
Engine
Recommended age of rider
Spring preload
8 mm/0.31 in
50 JUNIOR
Adventure
12 mm/0.47 in
50 SENIOR
Adventure
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT - SHOCK ABSORBER AC
50 AC
4 - 6 years
max. 35 kg (78 lbs)
Rider's body weight
255 mm (10 in)
(25.6/26.6 in)
650/675 mm (adjustable)
1030 mm (40 in)
64°
max. 130 cm (5.1 in)
220 mm (8.6 in)
914 mm (36 in)
910 mm (35.8 in)
190 mm (7.5 in)
63°
62°
Rider's body height
Ground clearance
Seat height, unloaded
Wheel base
Steering angle
1/2x3/16" 104 rolls
11 : 48
Final drive ratio
Chain
1,8 Liter
front/rear: 1.0 bar / 1.0 bar
Drumbrake Ø 90 mm (3.5 in)
Central shock absorber Paioli MC30
135/234 mm (5.3/9.2 in)
1/2x3/16" 96 rolls
115/185 mm (4.5/7.3 in)
Fuel tank capacity
Tire pressure
Tyres front/rear
Rear brake
Front brake
Rear suspension
Wheel travel front/rear
Marzocchi Ø = 32 mm
Fork
50 SENIOR ADVENTURE
single downtube, split-cradle
50 JUNIOR ADVENTURE
175/185 mm (6.9/7.3 in)
50 SX PRO SENIOR LC
1030 mm (40 in)
64°
1/2x3/16" 104 rolls
650/675 mm (adjustable)
255 mm (10 in)
220 mm (8.6 in)
Spring preload
Spring
Rebound adjuster
7 mm/0.3 in
85 N/mm
5
7 mm/0.3 in
45 N/mm
5
WP 0318W910 WP 0318W911
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT - SHOCK ABSORBER
50 LC
(25.6/26.6 in)
(23.2/24.2 in)
6 - 10 years
590/615 mm (adjustable)
914 mm (36 in)
63°
1/2x3/16" 96 rolls
2.50x10" Pirelli MT 32 / 2.75x10"MT320 2.50x12"VeeRubberV270/2.75x10"V271
Disc brake Ø 160 mm (6.3 in)
Central shock absorber WP PDS
135/200 mm (5.3/7.8 in)
50 SX PRO JUNIOR LC
50 MINI 2003
Frame
50 MINI ADVENTURE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - CHASSIS
8-6E
–
straight cut spur gears, 16 : 57 Z
Primary drive
Cooling liquid
Air filter
Carburetor
Electrode gap
Spark plug
Dell'Orto PHBG 19 BS
0.5 litres, 40% antifreeze, 60% water, at least -25 °C
wet foam type air filter insert
Dell'Orto PHVA 14 DS
0,6 mm
NGK BR 8 ECM
0.15-0.2 liter gear oil Dexron II (Motorex ATF Super)
1 rectangular ring
Piston rings
needle bearing
2 grooved ball bearing
high-grade two-stroke oils
for mixture lubrication
Motorex Cross Power 2T
Piston pin bearing
Transmission oil
50 SX PRO SENIOR LC
1 : 40 when using high grade 2-stroke oil (Motorex 2T Cross Power)
When in doubt, please contact your importer or use 1 : 33 mix ratio to be on the safe side
needle bearing
Dell'Orto PHVA 12 XS
high-grade two-stroke oils
for separate lubrication
Motorex Cross Power 2T
–
Connecting rod bearing
Crankshaft bearing
Oil
Oil/gasoline ratio
Lead-free SUPER FUEL (ROZ 95), mixed with 2-stroke oil
39,5 / 40 mm
Bore/Stroke
Fuel
50 SX PRO JUNIOR LC
single cylinder 2-stroke engine, with reed valve inlet
SENIOR AC (mixture lubrication)
49,0 cm³
Lead-free SUPER FUELf (ROZ 95)
MINI AC (separate lubrication)
TECHNICAL DATA - ENGINE 50 AC/LC 2004
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
Displacement
Design
Engine
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
8-7E
8-8E
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING
50 MINI ADVENTURE
(SEPARATE LUBRICATION)
50 SENIOR ADVENTURE
(MIXTURE LUBRICATION)
Dell'Orto PHVA 12 XS
Dell'Orto PHVA 14 DS
60
80 (70)
Needle jet
211 FA
211 FA
Idling jet
38
45
Jet needle
A10
A10
Needle position from top
4.
3.
Air/Mixture reg. screw open
4
3,5
Slide
40
40
Starting jet
60
60
50 SX PRO JUNIOR LC
50 SX PRO SENIOR LC
Dell'Orto PHVA 14 DS
Dell'Orto PHBG 19 BS
80
85
Needle jet
211 FA
211 FA
Idling jet
45
48
Jet needle
A10
W9
3.
3.
Air/Mixture reg. screw open
3,5
3,0
Slide
40
60
Starting jet
60
60
Model
Type
Main jet
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING
Model
Type
Main jet
Needle position from top
Air chamber lenght
Fork oil
Preload
4 - 6 years
8 mm/0.31 in
2,0 N/mm
SAE 7,5
110 mm (4.3 in)
SAE 7,5
110 mm (4.3 in)
Spring preload
50 MINI
12 mm/0.47 in
50 SENIOR
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT - SHOCK ABSORBER AC
50 AC
50 LC
10 mm (0.4 in) 10 mm (0.4 in)
2,0 N/mm
50 AC
Engine
Recommended age of rider
910 mm
1/2x3/16" 96 rolls
50 LC
6 - 10 years
255 mm
650/675 mm (adjustable)
1030 mm
1/2x3/16" 104 rolls
11 : 44
2.50x12" Pirelli MT 32A
Disk brake Ø 140 mm
Spring preload
Spring
Rebound adjuster
10 mm/0.4 in
85 N/mm
5
WP 0318Y914
7 mm/0.3 in
45 N/mm
5
WP 0318Y915
50 SX PRO JUNIOR 50 SX PRO SENIOR
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT - SHOCK ABSORBER LC
4 - 7 years
220 mm
585/610 mm (adjustable)
max. 35 kg
66°
Rider's body weight
255 mm
650/675 mm (adjustable)
1030 mm
1/2x3/16" 104 rolls
1,8 Liter
1,0 bar / 1,0 bar
max. 130 cm
190 mm
590/615 mm (adjustable)
910 mm
1/2x3/16" 96 rolls
11 : 48
2.50x10" Pirelli MT32A
2.75x10" Pirelli MT320
185/185 mm
50 SX PRO SENIOR LC
Central shock absorber WP PDS
140/205 mm
Disk brake Ø 160 mm
Rider's body height
BGround clearance, unloaded
Seat height, unloaded
Wheel base
Steering angle
Chain
Final drive ratio
Fuel tank capacity
Tire pressure front/rear
Tires rear
2.50x12" Pirelli MT 32A
2.50x10" Pirelli MT32A
Tires front
Drum brake Ø 90 mm
Drum brake Ø 90 mm
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT - FORK
Spring
175/190 mm
Central shock absorber Paioli
115/185 mm
Rear brake
Front brake
Rear suspension
Wheel travel front/rear
Marzocchi Ø = 32 mm
50 SX PRO JUNIOR LC
Fork
50 SENIOR ADVENTURE
50 MINI 2004
single downtube, split-cradle
50 MINI ADVENTURE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - CHASSIS
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
Frame
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
8-9E
8-10E
TECHNICAL DATA – ENGINE 2005 AC
ENGINE
50 AC SENIOR ADVENTURE
Design
single cylinder 2-stroke engine, with reed valve inlet
50 AC MINI ADVENTURE
Displacement
49.0 ccm
Bore/Stroke
39.5 / 40 mm
Fuel
Lead-free SUPER FUEL (ROZ 95), mixed with 2-stroke oil
Lead-free SUPER FUEL (ROZ 95)
Lubrication
mixture lubrication
separate lubrication
Oil/gasoline ratio
1 : 40
–
2-stroke oil
high-grade two-stroke oils for mixture lubrication
(Motorex Cross Power 2T)
high-grade two-stroke oils for separate lubrication
(Motorex Cross Power 2T)
Crankshaft bearing
2 grooved ball bearing
Connecting rod bearing
needle bearing
Piston pin bearing
needle bearing
Piston rings
1 rectangular ring
Primary drive
straight cut spur gears, 16 : 57 t
Transmission oil
0.15-0.2 liter gear oil Dexron II (Motorex ATF Super)
Spark plug
NGK BR 8 ECM
Electrode gap
0.6 mm
Carburetor
Dell’Orto PHVA 14 DS
Airfilter
wet foam type air filter insert
Dell’Orto PHVA 12 XS
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING
MODEL
50 SENIOR ADVENTURE
50 MINI ADVENTURE
Type
Dell’Orto PHVA 14 DS
Dell’Orto PHVA 12 XS
Main jet
80 (70)
65 (70)
Needle jet
211 FA
211 FA
Idling jet
45
38
Jet needle
A10
A10
Needle position from top
3.
4.
Air/Mixture reg. screw open
3.5
4
Slide
40
40
Starting jet
60
60
8-11E
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS – CHASSIS 2005 AC
CHASSIS
50 SENIOR ADVENTURE
Frame
single downtube, split-cradle
50 MINI ADVENTURE
Fork
Marzocchi Ø = 32 mm (1,26 in)
Wheel travel front/rear
175/190 mm (6.9/7.5 in)
Rear suspension
Central shock absorber Paioli
Front brake
Disk brake Ø 160 mm (6.4 in)
Rear brake
Drumbrake Ø 90 mm (3,5 in)
Tires front/rear
2.50x12“ Pirelli MT32A / 2.75x10“ MT320
2.50x10“ Pirelli MT32A / 2.75x10“ MT320
Tire pressure
front/rear: 1.0 bar / 1.0 bar
front/rear: 1.0 bar / 1.0 bar
Fuel tank capacity
2 liter (0.5 gallons)
Final drive ratio
11 : 48
Chain
1/2x3/16“ 104 rolls
1/2x3/16“ 96 rolls
Steering angle
66°
66°
Wheel base
1030 mm (40 in)
910 mm (35.8 in)
Seat height, unloaded
650 or 675 mm (25.6 or 26.6 in) adjustable 530 or 550 mm (21 or 21.7 in) adjustable
Ground clearance
255 mm (10 in)
Rider’s body height
max. 130 cm (51 in)
Rider’s body weight
max. 35 kg (78 lbs)
Recommended age of rider
4 - 6 years
Engine
50 AC
115/185 mm (4,5/7,3 in)
Drum brake Ø 90 mm (3,5 in)
182mm (7.2 in)
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT – FORK
50 SENIOR / MINI ADVENTURE
Spring
2,0 N/mm
Preload
10 mm (0.4 in)
Fork oil
SAE 7.5
Air chamber length
110 mm (4.3 in)
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT – SHOCK ABSORBER
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
Spring preload
50 SENIOR ADVENTURE
50 MINI ADVENTURE
12 mm (0.5 in)
8 mm (0.3. in)
8-12E
TECHNICAL DATA – ENGINE 2005 LC
TYP
50 SX PRO JUNIOR LC
Design
single cylinder 2-stroke engine, with reed valve inlet
50 SX PRO SENIOR LC
Displacement
49.0 ccm
Bore/Stroke
39.5 / 40 mm
Fuel
SUPER fuel, research octane no 95, mixed with 2-stroke oil
Oil/gasoline ratio
1 : 40 when using high grade 2-stroke oil (Motorex 2T Cross Power)
When in doubt, please contact your importer or use 1 : 33 mix ratio to be on the safe side
Lubrication
mixture lubrication
Crankshaft bearing
2 grooved ball bearing
Connecting rod bearing
needle bearing
Piston pin bearing
needle bearing
Piston rings
1 rectangular ring
Primary drive
straight cut spur gears, 16 : 57 Z
Transmission oil
0.15-0,2 liter automatic gear oil Dexron II (Motorex Topspeed 4T 15W50)
Spark plug
NGK BR 8 ECM
Electrode gap
0.6 mm
Carburetor
DellOrto PHVA 14 DS
Air filter
wet foam type air filter insert
Cooling liquid
0.5 litres, 40% antifreeze, 60% water, at least -25 °C (-13 °F)
Dell’Orto PHBG 19 BS
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING
Model
50 SX PRO JUNIOR LC
50 SX PRO SENIOR LC
Type
Dell’Orto PHVA 14 DS
Dell’Orto PHBG 19 BS
Main jet
80
85
Needle jet
211 FA
260 AU
Idling jet
45
48
Jet needle
A10
W9
Needle position from top
3.
3.
Air/Mixture reg. screw open
3.5
3.0
Slide
40
60
Starting jet
60
60
8-13E
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - CHASSIS 2005 LC
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
50 SX PRO JUNIOR LC
50 SX PRO SENIOR LC
Frame
single downtube, split-cradle
Fork
Marzocchi Ø = 32 mm (1.26 in)
Wheel travel front/rear
140/205 mm (5.5/8 in)
Rear suspension
Central shock absorber WP
Front brake
Disk brake Ø 160 mm (6.4 in)
Rear brake
Drum brake Ø 90 mm (3.5 in)
Tires front/rear
2.50x10” Pirelli MT32A / 2.75x10” MT320 2.50x12” Pirelli MT32A / 2.75x10” MT320
Tire pressure
front/rear: 1.0 bar
Fuel tank capacity
1.8 Liters
Final drive ratio
11 : 48
10 : 44
Chain
1/2x3/16“ 96 rolls
1/2x3/16“ 102 rolls
Steering angle
66°
66°
Wheel base
910 mm (35.8 in)
1030 mm (40 in)
Seat height, unloaded
585 mm/610 mm (23/24 in)
650/675 mm (25.6/26.6 in)
Ground clearance
220 mm (8.6 in)
255 mm (10 in)
Rider’s body height
max. 130 cm (51 in)
Rider’s body weight
max. 35 kg (78 lbs)
Recommended age of rider
4-7 years
Engine
50 LC
185/185 mm (7.3/7.3 in)
Disk brake Ø 140 mm (5.5 in)
6-10 years
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT – FORK
Spring
2.0 N/mm
Preload
10 mm (0.4 in)
Fork oil
SAE 7.5
Air chamber length
110 mm (4.3 in)
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT – SHOCK ABSORBER
JUNIOR LC
SENIOR LC
WP 03189A01
WP 03189A02
Rebound adjuster
5
5
Spring
85 N/mm
45 N/mm
Spring preload
10 mm (0.39 in)
7 mm (0.28 in)
8-14E
TECHNICAL DATA – ENGINE 2006 AC
ENGINE
50 SENIOR ADVENTURE
Design
single cylinder 2-stroke engine, with reed valve inlet
50 MINI ADVENTURE
Displacement
49.0 ccm
Bore/Stroke
39.5 / 40 mm
Fuel
Lead-free SUPER FUEL (ROZ 95), mixed with 2-stroke oil
Lead-free SUPER FUEL (ROZ 95)
Lubrication
mixture lubrication
separate lubrication
Oil/gasoline ratio
1 : 60
–
2-stroke oil
high-grade two-stroke oils for mixture lubrication
(Motorex Cross Power 2T)
high-grade two-stroke oils for separate lubrication
(Motorex Cross Power 2T)
Crankshaft bearing
2 grooved ball bearing
Connecting rod bearing
needle bearing
Piston pin bearing
needle bearing
Piston rings
1 rectangular ring
Primary drive
straight cut spur gears, 16 : 57 t
Transmission oil
0.15-0.2 liter gear oil Dexron II (Motorex ATF Super)
Spark plug
NGK BR 8 ECM
Electrode gap
0.6 mm
Carburetor
Dell’Orto PHVA 14 DS
Airfilter
wet foam type air filter insert
Dell’Orto PHVA 12 XS
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING
MODEL
50 SENIOR ADVENTURE
50 MINI ADVENTURE
Type
Dell’Orto PHVA 14 DS
Dell’Orto PHVA 12 XS
Main jet
80 (70)
65 (70)
Needle jet
211 FA
211 FA
Idling jet
45
38
Jet needle
A10
A10
Needle position from top
3.
4.
Air/Mixture reg. screw open
3.5
4
Slide
40
40
Starting jet
60
60
8-15E
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS – CHASSIS 2006 AC
CHASSIS
50 SENIOR ADVENTURE
Frame
single downtube, split-cradle
50 MINI ADVENTURE
Fork
Marzocchi Ø = 32 mm (1,26 in)
Wheel travel front/rear
175/190 mm (6.9/7.5 in)
Rear suspension
Central shock absorber Paioli
Front brake
Disk brake Ø 160 mm (6.4 in)
Rear brake
Drumbrake Ø 90 mm (3,5 in)
Tires front/rear
2.50x12“ Pirelli MT32A / 2.75x10“ MT320
2.50x10“ Pirelli MT32A / 2.75x10“ MT320
Tire pressure
front/rear: 1.0 bar / 1.0 bar
front/rear: 1.0 bar / 1.0 bar
Fuel tank capacity
2 liter (0.5 gallons)
Final drive ratio
11 : 48
Chain
1/2x3/16“ 104 rolls
1/2x3/16“ 96 rolls
Steering angle
66°
66°
Wheel base
1030 mm (40 in)
910 mm (35.8 in)
Seat height, unloaded
650 or 675 mm (25.6 or 26.6 in) adjustable 530 or 550 mm (21 or 21.7 in) adjustable
Ground clearance
255 mm (10 in)
Rider’s body height
max. 130 cm (51 in)
Rider’s body weight
max. 35 kg (78 lbs)
Recommended age of rider
4 - 6 years
Engine
50 AC
115/185 mm (4,5/7,3 in)
Drum brake Ø 90 mm (3,5 in)
182mm (7.2 in)
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT – FORK
50 SENIOR / MINI ADVENTURE
Spring
2,0 N/mm
Preload
10 mm (0.4 in)
Fork oil
SAE 7.5
Air chamber length
110 mm (4.3 in)
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT – SHOCK ABSORBER
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
Spring preload
50 SENIOR ADVENTURE
50 MINI ADVENTURE
12 mm (0.5 in)
8 mm (0.3. in)
8-16E
TECHNICAL DATA – ENGINE 2006 LC
TYP
50 SX JUNIOR
Design
single cylinder 2-stroke engine, with reed valve inlet
50 SX, 50 SUPERMOTO
Displacement
49.0 ccm
Bore/Stroke
39.5 / 40 mm
Fuel
SUPER fuel, research octane no 95, mixed with 2-stroke oil
Oil/gasoline ratio
1 : 60 when using high grade 2-stroke oil (Motorex 2T Cross Power)
When in doubt, please contact your importer
Lubrication
mixture lubrication
Crankshaft bearing
2 grooved ball bearing
Connecting rod bearing
needle bearing
Piston pin bearing
needle bearing
Piston rings
1 rectangular ring
Primary drive
straight cut spur gears, 16 : 57 Z
Transmission oil
0.15-0,2 liter automatic gear oil Dexron II (Motorex Topspeed 4T 15W50)
Spark plug
NGK BR 8 ECM
Electrode gap
0.6 mm
Carburetor
DellOrto PHVA 14 DS
Air filter
wet foam type air filter insert
Cooling liquid
0.5 litres, 50% antifreeze, 50% water, at least -25 °C (-13 °F)
Dell’Orto PHBG 19 BS
BASIC CARBURETOR SETTING
Model
50 SX JUNIOR
50 SX, 50 SUPERMOTO
Type
Dell’Orto PHVA 14 DS
Dell’Orto PHBG 19 BS
Main jet
80
85
Needle jet
211 FA
260 AU
Idling jet
45
48
Jet needle
A10
W9
Needle position from top
3.
3.
Air/Mixture reg. screw open
3.5
3.0
Slide
40
60
Starting jet
60
60
8-17E
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - CHASSIS 2006 LC
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
50 SX JUNIOR
50 SUPERMOTO
50 SX
Frame
single downtube, split-cradle
Fork
Marzocchi Ø = 32 mm (1.26 in)
Wheel travel front/rear
140/205 mm (5.5/8 in)
Rear suspension
Central shock absorber WP
Front brake
Disk brake Ø 160 mm (6.4 in)
Rear brake
Drum brake Ø 90 mm (3.5 in)
Disk brake Ø 140 mm (5.5 in)
Tires front
2.50x10” Pirelli MT32A
2.50x12” Pirelli MT32A
Tires rear
2.75x10” MT320
Tire pressure
front/rear: 1.0 bar
Fuel tank capacity
1,8 Liter
Final drive ratio
11 : 48
10 : 44
Chain
1/2 x 3/16" 96 rolls
1/2 x 3/16" 102 rolls
Steering angle
66°
Wheel base
910 mm (35.8 in)
1030 mm (40 in)
Seat height unloaded
585 mm/610 mm (23/24 in)
650/675 mm (25.6/26.6 in)
Ground clearance unloaded
220 mm (8.6 in)
255 mm (10 in)
Rider’s body height
max. 130 cm (51 in)
Rider’s body weight
max. 35 kg (78 lbs)
Recommended age of rider
4 - 7 years
Engine
50 LC
185/185 mm (7.3/7.3 in)
90/90-10 Pirelli SL26
90/90-10 Pirelli SL26
6 - 10 years
STANDARD-ADJUSTMENT – FORK
Spring
2,0 N/mm
Preload
10 mm (0.4 in)
Fork oil
SAE 7,5
Air chamber length
110 mm (4.3 in)
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
STANDARD ADJUSTMENT – SHOCK ABSORBER
50 SX JUNIOR
WP 03189B01
50 SX, 50 SUPERMOTO
WP 03189B02
Rebound adjuster
5
5
Spring
85 N/mm
45 N/mm
Spring preload
10 mm (0.39 in)
7 mm (0.28 in)
8-18E
TOLERANCES AND FITTING CLEARANCES
Crankshaft
run out of crank stud
Crankshaft webs outer dimension
max. 0.050 mm
38 mm ±0.05 mm
Conrod bearing
radial play
max. 0.030 mm
Piston
fitting clearance
Piston ring
end gap
max. 0.20 mm
Clutch shoes
outer diameter
new 82.5 mm
Clutch drum
diameter
Clutch springs (AC)
length
0.055-0.065 mm (AC) / 0.045-0.055 mm (LC)
max. 84.4 mm (new 84.00 - 84.01 mm)
min. 19.6 mm
TIGHTENING TORQUES - ENGINE
Hexagon nut primary gear
M14x1.25
40 Nm
Hexagon nut ignition rotor
M10x1.25
20 Nm
Hexagon nut of clutch hub
M10x1.25
Loctite 243 + 35 Nm
HH bolts clutch shoes
M6
Loctite 243 + 12 Nm
Cylinder head bolts
M7
15 Nm
Cylinder base nuts
M8
18 Nm
Allen head bolt-Stator
M5
Loctite 243 + 8 Nm
Oil plug
M16
5 Nm
Oil drain plug
M10
15 Nm
Other bolts engine
M5
7 Nm
M6
10 Nm
M8
30 Nm
TIGHTENING TORQUES - CHASSIS
Hexagon nuts front/rear axle
M12x1
40 Nm
M10
45 Nm
M12
40 Nm
M8
20 Nm
M6
10 Nm
M8
15 Nm
HH bolts handlebar clamp
M8
20 Nm
Shock absorber top/bottom
M10
45 Nm
Allen head bolt - Handlebar support
M10
Loctite + 40 Nm
Front brake caliper
M8
Loctite + 20 Nm
Front brake disk
M6
Loctite + 10 Nm
Fixing screw brake pads
M6
4 Nm
Mini Adventure
M4
2,0 - 2,5 Nm
SX / Senior Adventure / Supermoto
M4
2,5 - 3,0 Nm
M5
6 Nm
M6
10 Nm
M8
25 Nm
M10
45 Nm
Hexagon nut swing arm bolt
HH bolts of top triple clamp
HH bolts of bottom triple clamp
Spoke nipple
Other bolts chassis
9-1E
LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE 9
INDEX
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028-E
LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE 50 AC/LC
MODEL 2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-2
MODEL 2003-2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-4
MODEL 2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-6
9-2E
50 MINIS
air/liquid cooled
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE 2002
WHEELS
CHASSIS
BRAKES
ADD-ON-PARTS
CARBURETOR
ENGINE
A washed motorcycle can be checked more quickly which saves money!
Check engine for leaks
Change transmission oil
Check spark plug, change it if necessary, set electrode gap
Check the clutch engagement speed
Check carburetor for tight fit at intake flange
Check intake flange for cracks
Check idle setting when engine is warm
Check cooling system for leaks, antifreeze protection
Check exhaust system for leaks and suspension
Check actuating cables for damage, smooth operation, and kink-less
arrangement, adjust and lubricate
Clean air filter and air filter box
Check fluid level, lining thickness, brake discs
Check brake lines for damage
Check/adjust smooth operation, free travel of hand/footbrake levers
Check bolts of brake system for tight fit
Check suspension strut and fork for leaks and proper function
Check swinging-fork pivot
Check/adjust steering-head bearing
Check all chassis bolts for tight fit (fork plates, axle nuts,
swinging-fork pivot, suspension strut)
Check spoke tension and rim joint
Check tire condition and inflation pressure
Check chain, chain wheels, chain wheel guides for wear, tight fit, and tension
Lubricate chain
Check wheel bearings for play
Service
every
5 hours
Service
every
20 hours
IMPORTANT RECOMMENDED MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES TO BE PERFORMED BASED ON A SEPARATE SUPPLEMENTARY ORDER
Drain and clean the carburetor's float chamber
Perform complete fork maintenance
Clean and lubricate the swinging-arm bearing
Clean and lubricate the steering-head bearing and sealing elements
Change brake fluid
once
a year
MAINTENANCE WORK DONE BY KTM AUTHORISED WORKSHOPS IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE OF CARE AND CHECKS DONE BY THE RIDER!
9-3E
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
Check transmission oil level
Check coolant level
Check brake fluid level
Check brake pads for wear
Check brake performance
Lubricate and adjust actuating cables and nipples
Remove and clean dust sleeves of telescopic fork in regular intervals
Clean and lubricate chain, check tension and readjust it if necessary
Clean air filter and filter box
Check tire inflation pressure and wear
Check fuel line for leaks
Drain and clean float chamber
Verify smooth operation of all controls
Treat exposed metal components (except for the brake and exhaust systems)
with wax-based anti-corrosion agents
Check all bolts, nuts, and hose clamps for their tight fit in regular intervals
once a year
for cross country
use
after every
cleaning
before each start
VITAL CHECKS AND CARE PROCEDURES TO BE CONDUCTED BY THE OWNER OR THE MECHANIC
9-4E
50 MINIS
air/liquid cooled
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE 2003-2005
WHEELS
CHASSIS
BRAKES
ADD-ON-PARTS
CARBURETOR
ENGINE
A washed motorcycle can be checked more quickly which saves money!
Check engine for leaks
Change transmission oil
Check spark plug, change it if necessary, set electrode gap
Check the clutch engagement speed
Check carburetor for tight fit at intake flange
Check intake flange for cracks
Check idle setting when engine is warm
Check cooling system for leaks, antifreeze protection
Check exhaust system for leaks and suspension
Check actuating cables for damage, smooth operation, and kink-less
arrangement, adjust and lubricate
Clean air filter and air filter box
Check fluid level, lining thickness, brake discs
Check brake lines for damage
Check/adjust smooth operation, free travel of hand/footbrake levers
Check bolts of brake system for tight fit
Check suspension strut and fork for leaks and proper function
Check swinging-fork pivot
Check/adjust steering-head bearing
Check all chassis bolts for tight fit (fork plates, axle nuts,
swinging-fork pivot, suspension strut)
Check spoke tension and rim joint
Check tire condition and inflation pressure
Check chain, chain wheels, chain wheel guides for wear, tight fit, and tension
Lubricate chain
Check wheel bearings for play
Service
every
5 hours
Service
every
20 hours
IMPORTANT RECOMMENDED MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES TO BE PERFORMED BASED ON A SEPARATE SUPPLEMENTARY ORDER
Drain and clean the carburetor's float chamber
Perform complete fork maintenance
Clean and lubricate the swinging-arm bearing
Clean and lubricate the steering-head bearing and sealing elements
Change brake fluid
once
a year
MAINTENANCE WORK DONE BY KTM AUTHORISED WORKSHOPS IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE OF CARE AND CHECKS DONE BY THE RIDER!
9-5E
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
Check transmission oil level
Check cooling liquid level
Check brake fluid level
Check brake pads for wear
Check brake performance
Lubricate and adjust actuating cables and nipples
Remove and clean dust sleeves of telescopic fork at regular intervals
Clean and lubricate chain, check tension and readjust it if necessary
Clean air filter and filter box
Check tire inflation pressure and wear
Check fuel line for leaks
Drain and clean float chamber
Verify smooth operation of all controls
Treat exposed metal components (except for the brake and exhaust systems)
with wax-based anti-corrosion agents
Check all bolts, nuts, and hose clamps for their tight fit at regular intervals
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
once a year
for cross country
use
after every
cleaning
before each start
VITAL CHECKS AND CARE PROCEDURES TO BE CONDUCTED BY THE OWNER OR THE MECHANIC
RECOMMENDED INSPECTION OF THE MINI AC/LC ENGINE BY YOUR KTM WORKSHOP
(ADDITIONAL ORDER FOR THE KTM WORKSHOP)
Check the reed-type intake valve for wear
Check the clutch shoes for wear
Check the length of the clutch springs (AC)
Check the clutch drum for wear
Check the water pump shaft and bearings for wear
Check the water pump wheel for wear
Check the cylinder and piston for wear
Check the eccentricity of the crankshaft journal
Check the radial clearance of the conrod bearings
Check the radial clearance of the piston pin main bearing
Check the crankshaft main bearing for wear
Replace the crankshaft bearings and conrod bearings
Check the entire transmission including bearings for wear
NOTE: IF
30
hours
45
hours
60
hours
90
hours
120
hours
135
hours
THE INSPECTION ESTABLISHES THAT PERMISSIBLE TOLERANCES ARE EXCEEDED, THE RESPECTIVE COMPONENTS MUST BE REPLACED.
9-6E
50 MINIS
air/liquid cooled
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE 2006
WHEELS
CHASSIS
BRAKES
ADD-ON-PARTS
CARBURETOR
ENGINE
A washed motorcycle can be checked more quickly which saves money!
Check engine for leaks
Change transmission oil
Check spark plug, change it if necessary, set electrode gap
Check the clutch engagement speed
Check carburetor for tight fit at intake flange
Check intake flange for cracks
Check idle setting when engine is warm
Check cooling system for leaks, antifreeze protection
Check exhaust system for leaks and correct fit
Check actuating cables for damage, smooth operation, and kink-less
arrangement, adjust and lubricate
Clean air filter and air filter box
Check fluid level, lining thickness, brake discs
Check brake lines and brake control cables for damage
Check/adjust function, smooth operation and free travel of
hand/footbrake levers
Check bolts of brake system for tight fit
Check suspension strut and fork for leaks and proper function
Check swinging-fork pivot
Check/adjust steering-head bearing
Check all chassis bolts for tight fit (fork plates, axle nuts,
swinging-fork pivot, suspension strut)
Check spoke tension and rim joint
Check tire condition and inflation pressure
Check chain, chain wheels, chain wheel guides for wear, tight fit, and tension
Lubricate chain
Check wheel bearings for play
Service
every
5 hours
Service
every
20 hours
before
every
race
IMPORTANT RECOMMENDED MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES TO BE PERFORMED BASED ON A SEPARATE SUPPLEMENTARY ORDER
once
a year
Drain and clean the carburetor's float chamber
Perform complete fork maintenance
Clean and lubricate the swinging-arm bearing
Clean and lubricate the steering-head bearing and sealing elements
Change brake fluid
MAINTENANCE WORK DONE BY KTM AUTHORISED WORKSHOPS IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE OF CARE AND CHECKS DONE BY THE RIDER!
9-7E
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
Check transmission oil level
Check cooling liquid level
Check brake fluid level
Check brake pads for wear
Check brake performance
Lubricate and adjust actuating cables and nipples
Remove and clean dust sleeves of telescopic fork at regular intervals
Clean and lubricate chain, check tension and readjust it if necessary
Clean air filter and filter box
Check tire inflation pressure and wear
Check fuel line for leaks
Drain and clean float chamber
Check oil lines for cracks or kinks (for separate lubrication only)
Verify smooth operation of all controls
Treat exposed metal components (except for the brake and exhaust systems)
with wax-based anti-corrosion agents
Check all bolts, nuts, and hose clamps for their tight fit at regular intervals
once a year
for cross country
use
after every
cleaning
before each start
VITAL CHECKS AND CARE PROCEDURES TO BE CONDUCTED BY THE OWNER OR THE MECHANIC
RECOMMENDED INSPECTION OF THE MINI AC/LC ENGINE BY YOUR KTM WORKSHOP
(ADDITIONAL ORDER FOR THE KTM WORKSHOP)
after every
20 hours
after every
40 hours
Check the reed-type intake valve for wear
Check the clutch shoes for wear
Check the length of the clutch springs (AC)
Check the clutch drum for wear
Check the water pump shaft and bearings for wear
Check the water pump wheel for wear
Check the cylinder and piston for wear
Check the oil pump (only separate lubrication)
Check the eccentricity of the crankshaft journal
Check the radial clearance of the conrod bearings
Check the radial clearance of the piston pin main bearing
Check the crankshaft main bearing for wear
Replace the crankshaft bearings and conrod bearings
Check the entire transmission including bearings for wear
NOTE: IF
THE INSPECTION ESTABLISHES THAT PERMISSIBLE TOLERANCES ARE EXCEEDED, THE RESPECTIVE COMPONENTS MUST BE REPLACED.
10-1E
WIRING DIAGRAM
INDEX
Repair manual KTM MINI 50 air/liquid cooled
Art.-Nr. 3.206.028 -E
WIRING DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10-2
10
Mini Ad.-SX Senior 50 LC
black
stop button
black
G
generator
20.02.2004
ignition coil
black
black = black
Cable colours:
10-2E
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