Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 21-11-2010
Main Switches On Position: • Electrical circuits are switched on. The engine can be started and the key can not be removed. • Do not leave the main switch in the on position for an extended period of time if the engine is not running Off Position: • All electrical circuits are off and the engine is stopped. The key can be removed in this position. Steering Lock Position: • Turn the handlebars to the left as far as they will turn, turn the key to the lock position and remove. Steering Lock Position On Position Off Position Wildfire WFH50-S2 Maintenance Table The X indicates at how many miles you need to check the Item. Must change oil: change before riding, again at 500 miles and then 2500 or yearly which ever comes first. Capacities Fuel Capacity: 1 gallon Final drive oil capacity: 3.5 ounces Tire air pressure: Front 28 psi and rear 32 psi. ITEM 500 1000 20002500 3500 40004500 5000 60006500 Check Daily Engine Oil and Filter X X X X X X Gear Oil X X X X Valve Clearance X X Cam Chain X X Carburetor X X Air Cleaner Clean Every 1500 miles, Replace Every 3500 miles Fuel Filter Clean Every 1000 miles, Replace if Necessary Brake System X X X X X X X Drive Belt X Screws and Nuts X X X X X *When riding in a dusty environment, check and clean the air filter element more often. Battery • This scooter uses a sealed lead acid battery, it is unnecessary to check or add liquid. NOTE: Never open the electrolyte of a sealed battery. Remove the battery from the scooter and store separately in a well ventilated area when the scooter is not in operation for long periods of time Speedometer • Speed is measured in mph. Odometer • The total riding distance is indicated. Fuel gauge • The gauge indicates how much fuel is in the tank (the gauge does not work when the ignition switch is off). The needle moves from full “F” to empty “E” as your fuel decreases. Fill the tank with a good grade of 89-90 octane unleaded gasoline. High Beam Indicator LIght • The high beam light indicates that the high beam headlight is in use. NOTE: Apply the low beam to avoid obstructing the view of other drivers. Turn Signal Indication Light • The turn signals indicate that you are turning a chosen direction, push the button in the desired turning direction, it will return to the center, press the button in to turn off. Speedometer Odometer Turn Signal Indication Light High Beam Indication Light Fuel Gauge 4 General Safety Precaution • Scooters can be hazardous to operate. Please operate it with the following safety instruction. If you fail to take proper precautions, a collision or fall may quickly occur. If you have any questions as to the operating condition of your scooter, turn off the engine and walk your scooter. These scooters should be ridden by persons with good vision, balance, coordination, reflex, strength and decision making capability. • Please read this manual and all safety labels carefully, and follow correct operating procedures. • Before each time you ride make sure that the brakes work properly. • Never operate your scooter without wearing proper safety equipment that includes helmet, shoes, etc… • Never operate your scooter under influence of alcohol or drugs. • Always ride with both hands on the handle bars. • Never operate at excessive speeds. Proper speed is determined by terrain, visibility, operating condition and experience. • Never attempt wheelies, jumps or other stunts. • Always inspect your scooter prior to each use to make sure all bolts are tight, and is in safe operating condition.
Filed Under (Yamaha) by admin on 19-11-2010
SPARES 1. Use only original Yamaha/MBK spares for all changes. Use the oils and /or greases recommended by Yamaha/MBK for assembly and adjustments. Other makes may have the same function and appearance but nevertheless be of lower quality. GASKETS, OIL SEALS AND O RINGS 1. When an engine is dismantled, all the gaskets, oil seals and O rings must be replaced. All the surfaces of all the gaskets and the lips of oil seals and O rings must also be cleaned. 2. When assembling, properly lubricate all bearings and matching parts. Apply grease to the lips of oil seals. WASHERS AND LOCKING TABS AND SPLIT PINS 1. All washers/locking tabs (1) and split pins have to be replaced and when locking tabs are removed and replaced they must be folded over the sides of the bolts or nuts, after these have been properly tightened. BEARINGS AND OIL SEALS 1. Install the bearings and oil seals with the makes or manufacturer numbers facing outwards. (This means that the printed letters should be visible). When installing oil seals, apply a thin layer of light lithium grease to the lips. Put plenty of oil on bearings when installing these. 7. Crankcase remover tool Ref. 90890-11030 This tool is used for dismantling the crankshaft or removing the crankcase. 8. Tools for installing the crankshaft. Ref. 90890-01284 These tools are used for installing the cranks- haft. 9. Crankcase installer (Magnetic flywheel side) Ref. 90890-11032 10. Seal installer (Selector axle) Ref. 90890-11033 11. Seal installer (Water pump) Ref. 90890-11034
Filed Under (Aprilia) by admin on 07-11-2010
Time and Ease: Easy Under 30 Minutes Tools/Supplies: Ratchet w/sockets or wrenches, oil, oil pan, oil filter, rags, funnel Step 1: Put scooter on center stand and allow the engine to cool. Step 2: Unscrew and extract the capdipstick (1) . Step 3: Unscrew and remove the engine oil filter (3) . Step 4: Unscrew and remove the oil drain plug (4) . Allow the oil to drain completely. Step 5: Install a new oil filter (3) , being careful to lubricate the Oring on the filter with oil. Step 6: Tighten the engine oil drain plug (4) . Step 7: Fill through the filling hole (2) with approximately 1.7 L of 5W40 Synthetic or other that exceeds API ST Specifications. Step 8: Tighten the oil level dipstick (1) . Step 9: Start the engine and let run for a few minutes, Shut it off and let it cool. Check the engine oil level again using the dipstick (1) , and top it off if necessary, without ever exceeding the “MAX” level.
Filed Under (Vespa) by admin on 28-10-2010
Clutch control (lever) and gear change (twist grip) – 2. Front brake lever – 3. Throttle twist grip – 4. Main switch unit – 5. Front brake shoes – 6. Rear brake pedal – 7. Kickstarter – 8. Gear selector and gear control adjusting screws – 9. Rear brake shoes – 10. Clutch – 11. Carburettor and air cleaner – 12. Choke control – 13. Fuel tap – 14. Lever securing dual seat – 15. Lever for removing engine flap. Fig. 2 – Installation of controls and transmissions PERFORMANCE AND SPECIFICATIONS Consumption (accord to CUNA Standard) 2 It/100 Km. (118 mls/U.S. gal.; 142 mls/imp. gal.), gasoline -oil mixture i. e. 2% oil. Max. speed (CUNA Standards) 85 Km/h 52.8 mph.). Carrying capacity 2 persons and 10 Kg. (22 lbs) of luggage. Range 280 Km ( 174 mls) Max fuel capacity: 5.6 It. (1.48 U.S. galls or 1.23 imp., galls ( incl. 1 It. – 0,26 U.S. galls or 0.21 imp. galls – of reserve). Wheel base 1180 mm (46″.5 ) Handlebar width 670 mm (26″.4 ) Total length 1665 mm (65″.6 ) Max height 1015 mm (40″.0 ) Min. ground clearance 225 mm ( 8″.86) Turning radius 1650 mm (64″.96) Total dry weight 73 Kg. ( 160 Ibs) ENGINE Single horizontal cylinder two stroke rotary distribution : i.e., carburated mixture is regulated by the crankshaft rotation. Displacement 121.17 cc. – 7.39 cu. in. Bore 55 mm – 2″.16. Stroke 51 mm – 2″.01. Compression ratio: 1 :8.2. Outer H. T. coil ignition. Spark advance 250 ± 1 ° before T. D. C. Sparking plug Bosch W 240 T 1 ; Champion L 86; AC 42 F; Marelli CW 240 N.
1. Steering column and front suspension – 2. Engine – 3. Crankcase clutch side with swinging arm pivoted to frame – 4. Rear suspension spring and hydraulic damper assy. – 5. Screw securing carburettor – 6. Bolt securing damper of rear suspension – 7. Bolt securing engine