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2009 GAS GAS TXT PRO TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND OWNER'S MANUAL

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Filed Under (Gas Gas) by admin on 28-11-2010

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ENGINE 2 stroke, single cylinder, direct reed valve crankcase induction. Liquid cooled. 125 cc. engine Cylinder size 124,8 cc. Bore and stroke 54 x 54.5 mm. 200 cc. engine Cylinder size 175,3 cc. Bore and stroke 64 x 54,5 mm. 250 cc. engine Cylinder size 247,7 cc. Bore and stroke 72,5 x 60 mm. 280 cc. engine Cylinder size 272,2 cc. Bore and stroke 76 x 60 mm. 300 cc. engine Cylinder size 294,1 cc. Bore and stroke 79 x 60 mm. Carburettor, diameter of the diffusor 26 Lubrication system Mixture (50:1)(2%) Ignition system Digital magnetic flywheel CDI TRANSMISSION Transmission type 6 gears, Four / Six system by GAS GAS* (Patented). Clutch type Hydraulic command, 1/3 discs, variable progressive with diaphragm system by GAS GAS* (Patented). Driving system By chain Gear ratio 1st. 2,996 (35x27x28/16x24x23) 2nd. 2,571 (36/14) 3th. 2,187 (35/16) 4st. 2,112 (36x23x24/14x28x24) 5st. 1,125 (27/24) 6th. 0,821 (23/28)
-11- Primary reduction ratio 2,777 (75/27) Final reduction ratio 3,818 (42/11) Overall drive ratio 8,704 (6th. gear) Transmission oil Capacity 550 cc. Type 10W40 API SF o SG. FRAME Type Tubular profile made with Cr-Mo. Tyres Front 2,75 x 21″ Trial Rear 4,00 x 18″ Trial tubeless. Suspension Front Adjustable tele-hydraulic fork ø 40 mm. (125 / 200). Adjustable tele-hydraulic fork ø 40 mm with aluminium bars (250 / 280 / 300) Rear Variable progressive system with mono-shock multiadjustable. Suspension stroke Front 177 mm. Rear 164 mm. Front fork oil SAE 5. Front fork oil level ø 40 mm.(125 / 200) 180 mm. air chamber steel bar ø 40 mm. (250 / 280 / 300) 160 mm. air chamber aluminium bar BRAKES Type Disc brake. Disc diameter Front ø185 mm. 4 piston calipers. Rear ø150 mm. 2 piston calipers. DIMENSIONS Overall height 1180 mm. Overall width 820 mm. Seat height 650 mm. Ground clearance 315 mm. Wheelbase 1330 mm. Fuel tank capacity 3,1 liters.

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HARLEY DAVIDSON LOCKING FUEL FILLER CAP KIT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 11-02-2011

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INSTALLATION 1. Prior to installing the gas cap on the vehicle, insert the key into the lock. Firmly grasp the chrome top of the fuel cap and turn the key until it stops. On right hand threaded fuel caps, turn the key counter-clockwise until it stops. On left hand threaded fuel caps, turn the key clockwise until it stops. This assures an unlocked position for the gas cap. Allow the key to return to the neutral position. 2. Remove the key and install the fuel cap on the vehicle. is00770 Figure 1. Right Hand Threaded Fuel Cap Installation NOTE When installing the fuel cap, rotate the cap one full turn past the audible click. This automatically positions gas cap to lock position. A properly locked/installed gas cap will rotate freely in both directions. Failure to do so will give an incorrect assumption that the fuel cap does not work properly. REMOVAL On right hand threaded fuel caps, insert key, and while holding the gas cap in place with hand, turn key counterclockwise until it stops, return key to original position. Gas cap must rotate 270 degrees counter-clockwise before mechanism engages to allow gas cap removal. Continue to rotate counterclockwise to fully remove gas cap. On left hand threaded fuel caps, insert key and while holding the gas cap in place with hand, turn key clockwise until it stops, return key to original position. Gas cap must rotate 270 degrees clockwise before mechanism engages to allow gas cap removal. Continue to rotate clockwise to fully remove gas cap. REPLACEMENT KEYS Record the 4 digit key number stamped on the back of the key opposite the Harley-Davidson logo, in the area provided below. If a replacement key is needed, see your Harley-Davidson Dealer with the 4 digit number to order a replacement

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FLEXIBLE GAS PIPING DESIGN GUIDE and INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (S&S) by admin on 29-10-2010

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Definitions: Grounding : The process of making an electrical connection to the general mass of the earth. This is most often accomplished with ground rods, ground mats or some other grounding system. Low resistance grounding is critical to the operation of lightning protection techniques. Bonding : The process of making an electrical connection between the grounding electrode and any equipment, appliance, or metal conductor: pipes, plumbing, flues, etc. Equipment bonding serves to protect people and equipment in the event of an electrical fault. Equipotential Bonding : The process of making an electrical connection between the grounding electrode and any metal conductor: pipes, plumbing, flues, etc., which may be exposed to a lightning strike and can be a conductive path for lightning energy towards or away from the grounding electrode. 2. The National Fuel Gas Code NFPA 54/ANSI Z223 states, “Each above ground portion of a gas piping system upstream from the equipment shutoff valve shall be electrically continuous and bonded to any grounding electrode, as defined by NFPA 70, National Electrical Code ( ANSI/NFPA 70 1999 Edition.) 3. The TracPipe® gas piping system shall be bonded in accordance with the National Fuel Gas Code, NFPA 54/ANSI Z223. The piping system is not to be used as a grounding conductor or electrode for an electrical system. 4. For bonding of the TracPipe® system, a bonding clamp must be attached to the brass AutoFlare®fitting adapter (adjacent to the pipe thread area – see Figure 4-21) or to a black pipe component (pipe or fitting) located in the same electrically continuous gas piping system as the AutoFlare®fitting. The corrugated stain- less steel portion of the gas piping system SHALL NOT be used as the bonding attachment point under any circumstances. Bonding electrode conductor sizing shall be in accordance with Article 250 (Table 250-66) of ANSI/NFPA 70. The bonding is a requirement of the National Electrical Code

HARLEY DAVIDSON FLUSH-MOUNT LED FUEL GAUGE AND GAS CAP KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 29-01-2011

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1. Remove stock gas cap from fuel tank. 2. Clean and wipe inside surface of fuel tank filler cup, O-ring seal surface, and trim ring adhesive surface with a mixture of equal parts of isopropyl alcohol and distilled water. 3. See Figure 1. Install gas cap into fuel tank. is00407 Figure 1. Screw in Gas Cap is00466 Figure 2. Note Position of Arrow on Trim Ring 4. Push down on gas cap and rotate clockwise one-eighth of a turn to lock. To unlock, push down on gas cap and rotate counterclockwise one-eighth of a turn. 5. See Figure 2. Before removing adhesive backing, note position of arrow on inside diameter of chrome trim ring. NOTE As you rotate trim ring, you will see gaps between trim ring and fuel tank. Rotate trim ring to position that best eliminates gaps between fuel tank and trim ring. Rotation of trim ring should be minimal. 6. See Figure 3. With the arrow pointing toward front of motorcycle, rotate chrome trim ring slightly to determine best position of bottom chrome trim ring to contour of the fuel tank 7. See Figure 4. Mark position of chrome trim ring with masking tape or grease pencil. 8. Carefully cut masking tape with a hobby knife making sure not to scratch chrome trim ring or paint surface on fuel tank. 9. Peel off adhesive backing from chrome trim ring. 10. Using gas cap to center and masking tape (or grease pencil mark) to align, press chrome trim ring firmly into position for about ten seconds. 11. Peel off masking tape (or remove grease pencil mark) from chrome trim ring and fuel tank. 2 1 is00414a 1. Masking tape 2. Cut masking tape Figure 4. Align Trim Ring and Press into Place NOTE Allow adhesive trim ring to cure for about 5-7 minutes before you continue with kit installation. Install Flush-Mount LED Fuel Gauge 1. Remove the seat following the instructions in the service manual. Disconnect negative (-) battery cable first. If positive (+) cable should contact ground with negative (-) cable connected, the resulting sparks can cause a battery explosion, which could result in death or serious injury. (00049a) To prevent accidental vehicle start-up, which could cause death or serious injury, disconnect battery cables (negative (-) cable first) before proceeding. (00307a) 2. Disconnect battery cables, negative (-) cable first. 3. Remove stock fuel gauge. Refer to service manual for instructions. 4. Insert wires down tube of fuel tank from LED fuel gauge. 5. See Figure 5 and Figure 6. Insert LED fuel gauge in the fuel tank cup

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GAS GAS TXT BOY ENGLISH USER MANUAL

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

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Quick Guide to Maintenance Coolant liquid Coolant liquid -30ºC Crankcase oil (10w40) 500 cc. Electrode separation 0.6 mm. Forks suspension oil SAE 5 (Summer) SAE 2.5 (Winter) Fork suspension oil quantity200 cm3 Shock absorber spring length96 mm Front wheel pressure Standard 0.400 bar Competition 0.370 bar Rear wheel pressure Standard 0.350 bar Competition 0.300 bar -9- 1 Fuel – Petrol/oil mixture The motorcycle is fitted with a two-stroke internal combustion engine. This type of engine requires a mixture of petrol and oil. To ensure the correct working of the engine, the following are recommended: – Use high quality petrol, with an octane rating equal to or above 90 (RON + MON)/2 or 98 (RON). – Use 2T synthetic oil. Warning: – If the recommended oil is not available, use semi-synthetic oil. – Do not mix different oil-types. Mixture ratio: oil, 1.5% of petrol volume (50 parts petrol to every 0.75 part oil). Note: we recommend first preparing the mixture in a suitable container and then filling the fuel tank. Fuel tank This has a rapid access cap A and a vent hose B to allow gases produced in the tank to escape. – To open the cap, lift the clip in the direction shown by the arrow and turn to the left. Warning! Regularly check the cap seal and vent hose to ensure they are leak proof. Risk of spillage. -10- 3 2 Reserve Open Closed Fuel tap This has three positions: open, closed and reserve. The diagrams below show the position of tap A for each case. A Gear shift The motorcycle has a two- speed gearbox, which may be selected manually when the motorcycle is stationary, by moving the lever A in a horizontal direction, as shown by the arrow. Note: Select the gear according to the characteristics of the track

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GAS CYLINDER SAFETY GUIDELINES

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 29-11-2010

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COMPRESSED AND LIQUEFIED GAS HANDLING The following requirements shall apply to the handling of gas cylinders: Compressed gases shall be handled only by properly trained persons. Training must include the contents of this guideline as well as any specific information relevant to the gas being used and emergency information outlined in ISU’s Chemical Hygiene Plan, available at ISU EH&S or Ames Laboratory ESH&A. Safety shoes are required when moving cylinders. Cylinders should not be dragged or physically carried. Transport cylinders with a handtruck designed for the transport of cylinders. Cylinder caps shall be secured during transport. Prevent damage to cylinders. Locate cylinders where they will be protected from physical damage by striking or falling objects, corrosion or damage from public tampering. No person other than the gas supplier shall attempt to mix gases in a cylinder. Cylinders shall not be subjected to artificially created low temperatures without approval from the supplier. Containers shall not be used for any other purpose than holding the contents as received. Damaged or leaking cylinders must be reported to EH&S or local safety office immediately for proper disposal. See disposal information on page 8. Cylinders shall not be picked up by the cap. Ropes, chains and slings shall not be used to suspend cylinders, unless cylinder was designed for such. Magnets shall not be used for lifting cylinders. Where appropriate lifting attachments have not been provided on the cylinder/container, suitable cradles or platforms to hold the containers shall be used for lifting. The user shall not paint cylinders. Leaking, defective, fire burned and corroded containers shall not be shipped without the approval of the supplier. See references in Appendix A.

GAS VENT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (S&S) by admin on 29-10-2010

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1. Appliances . Carefully review the appliance manufacturer’s installation instructions for positioning the unit, any special venting or connector requirements, and verify that it is a Category I appliance or an appliance that requires the use of Type B gas vent. 2. Placement . The placement of the vent and fittings must be in accordance with Local Codes, as well as accepted venting practices. If more than one appliance is to be connected to one venting system, the common vent must be correctly sized. It is a good idea to make a sketch of the proposed installation, labelling the components you will need. Adjustable Pipe Lengths are available to make up odd lengths. Minimize the number of turns and lateral runs, as the National Fuel Gas Code places limitations on these. A 45° turn is preferable to a 90° turn. The appliance reference material should be consulted at this time, as well as any Local Authority having jurisdiction. In most localities, building permits are required for any new appliances, or modifications to existing venting systems.
3 3. Figures 1 , 2, & 3 show examples of some typical residential installations . 4. Clearance to Combustibles . A 1-inch clearance (air space) to combustible materials must be maintained , when using Simpson Dura-Vent Round B- Vent, regardless of the pipe diameter. 5. Combustion Air . Refer to appliance installation instructions and local building codes to ensure compliance with required volume of combustion air for each appliance installed . 6. Slope . If the venting system contains lateral (horizontal) components, they shall be positioned so they have an upwards slope away from the appliance of not less than 1/4- inch rise per foot of run. (Horizontal vent installed in attics, unconditioned area, or between floors have further restrictions, please consult your local building codes for specific limitations.)

BUELL ACCESSORY GAS CAP KIT INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Buell) by admin on 29-03-2011

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Installation NOTE When performing the following Steps, use the Fuel Tank Vent Valve Installation Kit (Part Number 91432-96Y). This kit consists of: * Fuel Tank Vent Valve Installation Aid * Fuel Tank Vent Valve Fitting Socket To protect against shock and accidental start-up of vehicle, disconnect the battery cables, negative cable first, before proceeding. Inadequate safety precautions could result in death or serious injury. Always disconnect the negative battery cable first. If the positive battery cable should contact ground with the negative cable installed, the resulting sparks may cause a battery explosion which could result in death or serious injury. 1. Disconnect battery cables, negative cable first. An open flame or spark may cause a fuel tank explosion if all traces of fuel are not purged from the tank. Use extreme caution when servicing fuel tanks. Gasoline is extremely flammable and highly explosive. Do not smoke or allow open flame or sparks anywhere in the area when working on fuel system components. Inadequate safety precautions could result in death or serious injury. 2. Remove gas cap. 3. Carbureted Models: Drain fuel tank. Disconnect hose clamp and fuel supply hose from fuel supply valve and drain fuel into suitable, clean container. See applicable Service Manual, Section 4 for complete, detailed procedure. Fuel Injected Models: Relieve pressure from fuel system. See applicable Service Manual, Section 4 for complete, detailed procedure. Drain fuel tank. a. Using suitable external fuel pump, such as a Gas Caddy, pump fuel from tank and into a suitable, clean container. b. See instructions for external fuel pump for correct use. 4. See Figure 1. Cut cable tie securing vent hose to fitting and remove vent hose from fuel tank. Even with the fuel tank completely drained, a small amount of gasoline may leak from the bore when the fuel supply valve is loosened or removed. Thoroughly wipe up any fuel immediately and dispose of rags in a suitable manner. Gasoline is extremely flammable and highly explosive. Inadequate safety precautions could result in death or serious injury. 5. If the fuel supply valve requires cleaning or repair, refer to applicable Service Manual, Section 4, for complete, detailed procedures. 6. See Figure 1. Remove the fuel filler cap and O-ring. 7. Remove the eight self-tapping screws from fuel clamp flange and remove fuel cap flange

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APRILIA QUASAR 50-100-125-180 maintenance Manual

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Filed Under (Aprilia) by admin on 26-11-2010

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CHANGING ENGINE OIL CAUTION In case of oil leakage or malfunctions, contact an Aprilia Authorised Dealer . Do not dispose of oil in the environ- ment. Dispose of engine oil – stored in a sealed container – through the nearest waste oil reclamation firm or through the supplier. Carefully read page 34 (MAINTE- NANCE) To change engien oil: ◆ Ride for a few kilometres until engine reaches the operating temperature, then stop the engine. ◆ Position a graduated container (1), under the drain plug (2). ◆ Loosen oil filler plug (4) and drain plug (2). ◆ Let oil flow out of the sump. ◆ Loosen oil filter (3) and carefully clean it. ◆ Refit the filter and tighten fully. ◆ Tighten drain plug (2) and pour recommended oil into filler plug (4), see page 58 (LUBRICANT CHART). ◆ Tighten the filler plug. CAUTION Carefully tighten filler and drain plugs and ensure oil does not leak out. Periodically check for leaks at the casing cover gasket. Do not use the vehicle with insufficient lubrication or with contaminated or unsuitable lubricants, since this would cause early wear of the moving parts and may also cause irreparable failures Fluid reservoir (1) is under rear right wheelhouse. CAUTION Position the vehicle on firm and flat ground. ◆ Make sure that the fluid contained in the reservoir exceeds the ” MIN ” mark stamped on the reservoir. MIN = minimum level. WARNING Do not use the vehicle if the braking system is leaking fluid. CAUTION Do not use the vehicle if the fluid is below the “MIN” mark. 1
27 use and maintenance Quasar 50 – 100 – 125 – 180 CAUTION Brake fluid level decreases as the brake pads wear down. Should the level be too low: ◆ Check the brake discs and pads for wear, see page 27 (CHECKING THE BRAKE PADS FOR WEAR) If the pads and/or the disc do not need re- placing: ◆ Contact an Aprilia Authorised Dealer that will top up the fluid. WARNING Check the brake for proper operation. When the brake lever has exceeding travel or if you notice a loss of braking, contact an Aprilia Authorised Dealer . The braking system may need bleed- ing. CHECKING THE BRAKE PADS FOR WEAR Carefully read page 26 (BRAKE FLUID – recommendations) , page 26 (DISC BRAKES) and page 34 (MAINTE- NANCE). Periodically check brake pad wear. The rate at which brake pads will wear depends on vehicle usage, riding style and road surface condition. Outlined below is a quick brake pad inspection procedure: ◆ Visually check between brake disc and pads, check both pads (1) looking from the bottom at the rear end. ◆ Should friction material (of even one pad only) be worn down to 1.5 mm of thickness, have both pads replaced

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KTM SX50/ SX50R MOUNTING INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (KTM) by admin on 02-02-2012

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top out” too easily and fail to allow enough travel for appropriate rebound from bumps. If the ride height is too low, the shock can bottom too easily, resulting in a harsh ride. The spring rates are set up for the full amount of travel. If the preload is too little, the combined rate is not enough to resist bottoming. Generally speaking, the vehicle should settle 1/4 to 1/3 of its wheel travel with the rider on board for off road use. The proper way to measure the ride height: 1. Support the vehicle on a frame stand or center stand with the rear wheel clear of the ground. 2. Have an assistant measure and record the vertical distance between the rear axle and a point directly above it (seat, fender, frame, muffler, etc.). 3. Take the motorcycle off the stand and sit on it in a normal riding posture, with one foot on the peg and the motorcycle balanced so as to have minimal weight on your other foot. 4. Have the assistant carefully measure from the same two points. Subtract the second measurement from the first. The difference is the amount of settling or “sag.” NITROGEN PRESSURES CAUTION: The pressure in these shocks cannot successfully be checked. Concerns with the gauge volume and the gas volume in the shock body create a situation where you cannot accurately determine what pressure was in the shock. In addition, the gas is in a column on top of the oil, and when the pressure is lowered (i.e. checking the pressure) the gas will emulsify into the oil. This will cause the gas and some of the shock oil to escape into the gauge. It is possible to lose a large percentage of the shock oil by depressing the core of a charged shock to the atmosphere. Please note that in order to check the pressure, some of the gas must escape and fill the gauge assembly. The volume of the gas pocket is about the size of your thumb, so a very small volume change results in a large pressure drop. Because the gauges’ volumes vary, it is not possible to deduce the actual pressure in the shock prior to attaching the gauge. Therefore it is imperative that any attempt to check pressure be accompanied by the capability of refilling the shock. In other words: If you don’t have a nitrogen source handy, don’t check the pressure

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