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Brakes, Wheel Assemblies, and Tires tips

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 09-02-2012

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BRAKING SYSTEMS The braking systems used on motorcycles and ATVs, like virtually any type of braking system, reduce the machine’skineticenergyby transforming it into heat energy known as friction heat . Therefore, a brake is an energy-conversion device that converts the energy of motion (kinetic energy) into heat energy. Motorcycle braking is accomplished by the friction (resistance to movement) produced when a brake lining is forced against a rotating drum or disc. Friction between the linings and drum or disc serve to slow and eventually stop wheel rotation. The brakes used on motorcycles fall into two categories: Mechanical drum, sometimes called expanding shoe Hydraulic disc Motorcycle brakes commonly use either hydraulic (fluid pressure) or mechanical (cable or linkage) mechanisms to apply the brakes. Brakes, Wheel Assemblies, and Tires 1 Mechanical Drum Brakes First, let’slookatthedrum brake, sometimes called the mechanical, expanding double-shoe brake ( Figure 1 ). Generally used for rear wheels, this brake is also used on some front wheels. With this kind of brake, a backing plate that’sconnectedtothe forks holds the two brake shoes. The wheel and brake drum rotate around the brake shoes. When the rider applies the brake, a cam pushes the two semicircular shoes outward. The circle formed by the two shoes expands. When the shoes expand, they press against the rotating drum, thereby limiting its free rotation

2011 FORD HARLEY-DAVIDSON F-150 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 01-11-2010

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Final assembly location Dearborn Truck Plant, Dearborn, Mich. POWERTRAIN AND CHASSIS ENGINE Type 6.2-liter two-valve V8 Configuration Iron block, aluminum heads Valvetrain SOHC, two valves per cylinder, roller-rocker shaft with hydraulic lash adjusters Bore x stroke 4.02 x 3.74 inches Displacement 379 cubic inches, 6,210 cc Compression ratio 9.8:1 Horsepower 411 hp @ 5,500 rpm Torque 434 lb.-ft. @ 4,500 rpm Fuel Injection Sequential multi-port electronic Oil capacity Seven quarts DRIVETRAIN Layout RWD or AWD TRANSMISSION Standard Six-speed automatic overdrive Gear ratios 1st 4.17:1 2nd 2.34:1 3rd 1.52:1 4th 1.14:1 5th 0.86:1 6th 0.69:1 Reverse 3.40:1 Available axle ratios 3.73 SUSPENSION Front 4×2 Coil-on-shock, long-spindle double-wishbone independent, stamped-steel lower control arm (sport-tuned) Front 4×4 Coil-on-shock, long-spindle double-wishbone independent, stamped-steel lower control arm (sport-tuned) Rear 4×2 Hotchkiss-type non-independent live, leaf springs and outboard shock absorbers (sport-tuned) Rear 4×4 Hotchkiss-type non-independent live, leaf springs and outboard shock absorbers (sport-tuned) STEERING Type Power rack-and-pinion Turning circle curb-to-curb 47.0 feet 2011 FORD HARLEY-DAVIDSON F-150 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS BRAKES Front 13.8-inch vented disc Rear 13.7-inch vented disc Assist type Vacuum, RSC WHEELS AND TIRES Wheels 22-inch polished forged aluminum with painted accents with “Harley- Davidson” Bar & Shield logo on wheel ornament Tires P275/45R-22 all-season BSW DIMENSIONS (inches unless otherwise noted) EXTERIOR SuperCrew RWD SuperCrew AWD Wheelbase 144.5 144.5 Vehicle length 231.9 231.9 Vehicle width (without mirrors) 79.2 79.2 Vehicle height 74.8 75.9 Track width, front/rear 67.0/67.0 67.0/67.0 Cargo box length 67.0 67.0 Width (max) between wheels 50.0 50.0 Inside box height 22.4 22.4 INTERIOR Seating capacity Five Five Headroom Front row 41.0 41.0 Rear row 40.3 40.3 Legroom Front row 41.4 41.4 Second row 43.5 43.5 Shoulder room Front row 65.9 65.9 Second row 65.5 65.5 Hip room Front row 60.5 60.5 Second row 64.6 64.6 WEIGHTS AND TOWING (pounds)

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2010 CSR Naked 125 Engine and transmission Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels

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Filed Under (CSR) by admin on 27-10-2010

Model: CSR Naked 125 Year: 2010 Category: Naked bike Rating: Price as new (MSRP): Euro 2199. Prices depend on country, taxes, accessories, etc. Engine and transmission Displacement: 124.80 ccm (7.62 cubic inches) Engine type: Single cylinder, four-stroke Fuel system: Carburettor Cooling system: Liquid Transmission type, final drive: Chain Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels Frame type: Steel Front tyre dimensions: 90/90-13 Rear tyre dimensions: 130/90-15 Front brakes: Single disc Rear akes: Single disc Physical measures and capacities Dry weight: 161.0 kg (354.9 pounds) Weight incl. oil, gas, etc: 179.0 kg (394.6 pounds) Overall height: 1,085 mm (42.7 inches) Overall length: 2,110 mm (83.1 inches) Overall width: 650 mm (25.6 inches) Fuel capacity: 18.00 litres (4.76 gallons) Other specifications nStarter: Electric Color options: Black, silver Comments: Also called NKT 125. Spanish brand. Further information Parts and accessories Check out parts and accessories from our partners.nAsk questions Join the 10 CSR Naked 125 discussion group. Insurance, loans, tests Check out insurance here. Search the web for dealers, loan costs, tests, customizing, etc. Related bikes List related bikes for comparison of specs

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KYMCO Super 8 150 Exhaust System with M-2 Canister Installation Instructions

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Filed Under (Kymco) by admin on 26-10-2010

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1.*Make*sure*the*bike*is*completely*cool*before*starting* the*installation.*Make*sure*the*bike*is*secure*on*a* centerstand*or*ideally*a*service*lift. 2.*Remove*OEM*exhaust*assembly. 3.*Attach*supplied*muffler*hanger*bracket*using*the* supplied*flange*bolts*and*tighten*to*15lbs-ft. 4.*Attach*TBR*header*to*muffler*using*the*X-ring*and*4* 6x14mm*bolts*with*lock*washers*provided,*leave*loose* for*now. 5.*Install*TBR*exhaust*to*scooter*keeping*the*OEM*exhaust* gasket*between*header*and*cylinder*head. 6.*Slide*rubber*lined*muffler*clamp*over*muffler*assembly* and*secure*to*bracket*using*supplied*8x20mm*bolt*and* nut. 7 .*Check*muffler*alignment*and*tighten*header*nuts*then* X-ring*bolts*and*finally*muffler*clamp*bolt. 8.*Before*you*run*the*bike,*clean*off*all*fingerprints*and* dirt,*as*any*oily*residue*will*etch*the*metal*and*become* somewhat*permanent*when*the*system*gets*hot.*Run* the*bike*and*enjoy.*It*is*normal*for*some*white*smoke*to* appear*the*first*time*you*start*the*bike.*This*is*packing/ manufacturing*oil*from*inside*the*pipe*burning*off.* Check*for*gaps*or*leaks.*If*you*find*a*leak,*a*little*high* temperature*silicon*sealant*should*fix*it.*After*50*to*100* miles,*recheck*all*fasteners*for*tightness. Qty.*Description* Part*Number 1* Muffler*Canister*M-2** Varies 1* Header* 005-27401H 1* Muffler*Clamp* Varies 1* HARDWARE*KIT* 005-274-3 2* *X-Ring* (half)* 005-7-2-3 1* *Long*Muffler*Mounting*Bracket* 005-274-B 1* *8mm*Flange*Nut* 005-FN8

Dazon Raider Classic 150 (Oil-cooled & Internal Gearbox): Service Manual (single/ double-seat)

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Filed Under (Dazon) by admin on 30-11-2010

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1.2.1 Fuel Please use the gasoline of SAE 90# or above. Also we recommend you to use the unleaded gasoline. 1.2.2 Engine Oil Please use the high-quality engine oil of SAE 10w/30SF. 1.3 Break-in Procedure For your first 2 hours of riding, don’t exceed 2/3 throttles. Vary the engine speed for the first 5 hours. Never hold the engine at full throttle for long periods of time. Raider-Classic 150 (Oil-cooled&Internal Gearbox): Service Manual (single/ double-seat) EEC Version;3.0 Feb..2005 5 1.4 Specifications DIMENSIONS SINGLE-SEAT / DOUBLE-SEAT Overall Length 2330mm / 2300mm Overall Width 1310mm / 1460mm Overall Height 1425mm / 1425mm Wheelbase 1475mm / 1520mm Ground Clearance 200mm VIN Accord with GMVR A01-01 Statutory Plate& Safety Labels Accord with GB 7258-1997 ENGINE Model DZ1P57QMJ Type Oil-cooled, single cylinder, 4-Stroke Engine Capacity 150cc Displacement 149.6ml Bore X Stroke 57.4mm X 57.8mm Max Power 7.0kw or 7000r/m Max Torque 10.0N.m or 6500 r/m Idle Speed 1700 ± 100 r/m CO Emission 7.0g/km HC Emission 1.0g/km Fuel Type SAE 90# or above (unleaded) Lubricate Oil Type SAE 10W/30SF Lubrication Force & Splash Cooling Oil-cooled Ignition C. D. I. Starting Electric Spark Plug C7HSA (NGK) Spark Plug Gap 0.6~0.7mm Transmission Chain Transmission Gearbox Transmission Ratio F.:7.8:1 ; B.:11.297:1 Compression Ratio 9.5 ± 0.1 : 1 Carburetor MIKUNI BS 24-1005 Absorber Normal (in 10 5 times of experiments) CAPACITIES Front/ Rear Tire Load Coefficient 36 Front/ Rear Tire Speed Level L Fuel Tank 7.0L, 130kpa (no leakage in experiments) Engine Oil 1000ml Gear Oil 200ml Starting Time ≤15s Climbing ≥20%

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Hammerhead La Vita 150cc OWNERS MANUAL

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Filed Under (Hammerhead) by admin on 27-11-2010

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1. Left and Right rear Mirror 2. Left and Right Brake 3. Front storage compartment (option) 4. Speedometer/ Digital Gauge 5. Main Switch 6. Battery 7. Air Cleaner 8. Seat Lock 9. Rear Light Assembly 10. Left and Right Rear turn Lights 11. Fuel Tank 12. Center Stand 13. Kick Start 14. Side Stand 15. Muffler 16. Left and Right Turn Lights 17. Head Lights 18. Rear Reflector Instrument Panel Speedometer Riding speed is indicated by KM/H and MPH. Odometer The total riding distance is in KM and Miles. The black figures in black background indicate total miles traveled. Indicating lamp or turning light It flashes when turning light is in use. Fuel Gauge Fuel Gauge indicates the remaining fuel in the fuel tank (the gauge does not work when main switch is in the “OFF” position). The gauge moves from “F”(full) to “E” (empty) as fuel decreases in the fuel tank. Fill the tank with 90 Octane or higher gasoline when the needle is approaching the “E” position. There is no reserve tank. Indicating Lamp of High beam It indicates high beam is in use. Note: apply low beam to avoid obstructing the view of oncoming drivers and drivers ahead. 1. Speedometer 2. Odometer 3. Left turn signal indicator 4. Right turn signal indicator 5. High beam indicator 6. Fault signal indicator 7. Battery Gauge 8. Fuel Gauge Instrument Control Main Switch NOTE: – Do not leave the main switch in “ON” position for an extended period of time when the engine is stopped. The battery may drain itself empty. – Lock the steering and remove the key after park to avoid theft. “ON” Position: Electric Circuits are switched on. The engine can now be started. The key can not be removed in this position. “OFF” Position: All electrical circuits are switched off. The engine stops. The key can be removed in this position. “LOCK” Position: The steering is locked when in this position. The key can be removed. Steering Lock Turn the handle bar fully to the left to lock the steering to prevent theft. Push the key in when it is in “OFF” position and while pushing the key in, turn the switch to “LOCK” position to lock the steering. Pull the key out once you are done

HARLEY DAVIDSON SCREAMIN' EAGLE MECHANICAL COMPRESSION RELEASE FIX- TURE

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 04-02-2011

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DRILLING AND TAPPING PROCEDURE Wear safety glasses or goggles while drilling. Flying debris could result in serious eye injury. (00565b) NOTE Perform the following procedure on both the front and rear cylinder heads. Tool Setup NOTE Due to slight manufacturing differences, it may be necessary to tap the fixture into place with a rubber mallet. Do NOT use excessive force. 1. Align the fixture’s locating pins with the 3/8 inch tooling holes in the head and install the fixture on the head. 2. See Figure 1 and Figure 6. Secure the fixture (1) to the head with two 5/16-18 socket head cap screws (2) and washers (9) included in the kit. Install the screws in the holes marked “F” when modifying the front head or in the holes marked “R” when modifying the rear head. Tighten screws to 80 in-lbs (9 Nm) . 3. See Figure 3 and Figure 6. Install the drill bushing (3) in the bore marked “FRONT” when modifying the front head or in the bore marked “REAR” when modifying the rear head. 4. Tighten drill bushing set screw to 50 in-lbs (5.6 Nm) . 5. See Figure 2 and Figure 6. Install collar stop (4) onto the 1/2 inch diameter shank of the step drill bit (5). Secure the collar stop with the set screw 3.900 inches (9.90 cm) from the beginning of the 3/4 inch diameter step of the drill bi

APRILIA MOJITO 50-125-150 workshop manual

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Filed Under (Aprilia) by admin on 27-11-2010

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FUEL DANGER Fuel used to drive internal combustion engines is highly inflammable and may become explosive under certain conditions. It is best to refuel and carry out maintenance in well ventilated places with the engine switched off. Do not smoke during refuelling or near fuel fumes. Avoid all contact with naked flames, sparks, or any other source that may cause ignition or explosion. Also avoid allowing the fuel to spill out of the filler cap as it could catch fire on contact with the very hot surfaces on the engine. Should fuel be spilled accidentally check that the area is completely dry before starting up the vehicle. The fuel expands when subjected to heat or the sun’s rays. The fuel tank should therefore never be filled to the brim. Close the filler cap carefully on completing refuelling. Avoid the fuel coming into contact with your skin, inhaling vapours, ingestion and siphoning from one container to another using a hose. DO NOT DISPOSE OF THE FUEL INTO THE ENVIRONMENT. KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN. Only use super lead-free petrol, with a minimum octane rating of 95 (N.O.R.M.) and 85 (N.O.M.M.). LUBRICANTS DANGER Adequate lubrication of the vehicle is essential to guarantee the safety of the vehicle. Failure to keep lubricants at sufficiently high levels or the use of inadequate, new and clean lubricants may cause the engine or gearbox to seize, resulting in accidents, serious injury or death. Gearbox oil may cause serious harm to your skin if handled for long periods of time and on a daily ba- sis. We recommend washing your hands carefully after having handled this oil. Do not dispose of the oil into the environment. Deliver this oil to the nearest collection company for spent oil or the supplier, or have them collect it. WARNING When putting oil into the vehicle be very careful not to spill any. Immediately clean off any spilt oil, otherwise it may damage the paintwork on the vehicle. In addition, any oil that ends up on the tyres will make them extremely slippery, creating a dangerous situation. If an oil leak should arise, do not use the vehicle. Check and identify the cause of the leak and repair the component involved. ENGINE OIL DANGER Engine oil may cause serious harm to your skin if handled for long periods of time and on a daily ba- sis. We recommend washing your hands carefully after having handled this oil. Do not dispose of the oil into the environment. Deliver this oil to the nearest collection company for spent oil or the supplier, or have them collect it. When carrying out maintenance we recommend wearing latex gloves. FORK OIL DANGER Adjusting the setting on the shock absorbers and/or the viscosity of the oil used in them may partially change the reaction of the suspension. Standard oil viscosity: SAE 20 W. The viscosity grade may be chosen in relation to the type of set-up you want on the vehicle (SAE 5W soft, 20W rigid). These two products may be used in varying percentages in order to obtain the required reaction

Wildfire WFH 150-T Touring Scooter Specification And Owner's Manual

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Filed Under (Wildfire) by admin on 29-11-2010

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Engine Oil Replacement • Replace the engine oil after the first 50 miles or 1 hour with 5w50, 10w50 or 15W50 synthetic engine oil. Then replace again every 1,500 miles or 1 each year. Check oil level every 500 miles, add oil if needed. Changing the Engine Oil (1).Warm up the engine for a few minutes. (2).Stop the engine. (3). Place scooter on center stand. (4).Place an oil pan under the engine and remove the dipstick. (5).Remove the drain plug and drain the oil. Reach in drain hole, pull out filter clean and reinstall, after all oil drains out. (6).Reinstall drain plug. (7). Fill the engine with oil until the level is in the designated area on the dipstick. (8).Start the engine and check for oil leaks. If a leak is found stop the engine immediately and look for cause. Rear Wheel Oil Replacement • Replace the gear oil after the first 500 miles with 5W/50 synthetic engine oil. Replace the gear oil again every 4 months or every 2000 miles. • Replacing the Gear Oil (1).Put the scooter on the center stand (please see photo below) . (2).Place an oil pan under the gear case (please see photo below) . (3).Remove the oil filler bolt and the drain plug to drain the oil (please see photo below) . (4).Reinstall and tighten the drain plug. (5).Fill the gear case with oil (please see photo below) . (6).Reinstall the oil filler bolt. (7).Check for oil leakage. Cleaning Air Cleaner Be sure to check the air cleaner regularly. (1).Place the scooter on the center stand. (2).Unscrew and remove the left side panel. (3).Remove the air cleaner cover by removing the screws. (4).Take out the air cleaner by removing the screws. (5).Remove the air cleaner element and wash it gently, but thoroughly in solvent. Replace if damaged. (6).Squeeze out the excess solvent and dry it. (7).Apply oil to the entire surface of the air cleaner and squeeze out the excess oil. It should be damp but not dripping. (8).Install the air cleaner, cleaner cover, and left side panel. center stand 1 oil pan 2 3 oil drain plug oil pan 5 Main Switches On Position: • Electrical circuits are switched on. The engine can be started and the key can not be removed.

Kymco People 125/ 150 FRONT WHEEL/ FRONT BRAKE/ FRONT SUSPENSION

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Filed Under (Kymco) by admin on 12-12-2010

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SERVICE INFORMATION GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS Remove the motorcycle frame covers before removing the front wheel. Jack the motorcycle front wheel off the ground and be careful to prevent the motorcycle from falling down. During servicing, keep oil or grease off the brake drum and brake linings. Contaminated brake disk or brake pads reduce stopping power. Clean the contaminated brake disk with high-performance brake degreaser and replace the brake pads. Do not use brake fluid for cleaning. Bleed air from the brake system if the brake system is removed or the brake is soft. Do not allow any foreign matters to enter the brake system when filling it with brake fluid. Brake fluid will damage painted surfaces and plastic parts. When servicing the brake system, use shop towels to cover and protect rubber, plastic parts and coated surfaces. Wipe off any spilled brake fluid with a clean shop towel. Inspect the brake system before riding. SPECIFICATIONS Item Standard (mm) Service Limit (mm) Axle shaft runout ─ 0.2 Radial ─ 2.0 Axial ─ 2.0 Front brake lining thickness 5.5 2.75 Front shock absorber spring free length 260 252 Brake disk thickness 3.2_3.5 3.0 Brake disk runout ─ 0.25 Brake master cylinder I.D. 12.700_12.74312.75 Brake master cylinder piston O.D. 12.657_12.68412.64 Brake caliper piston O.D. 33.910_33.93433.901 Brake caliper cylinder I.D.