TOYOTA CA/ 50 STATE CERTIFIED EMISSION CONTROL UNDERHOOD LABEL ORDERING

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 29-10-2011

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have included tables reflecting 1997 – 2000 MY CA and 50 State Emission Label part number information for your convenience. Please continue to consult the Electronic Parts Catalog (EPC) or the parts microfiche for information regarding other model years as well as Federal Emission label part numbers. NOTE: Although the California Smog Impact Fee has been discontinued, dealers are still required by regulation to verify the correct emission label is installed on the correct vehicle. REGULATIONS: The United States Clean Air Act, Title II, Sections 202, 203, 205, and 207 mandates that the emission control label must correctly match the emissions equipment on the vehicle. Any person violating this requirement is subject to applicable State penalties and a Federal civil penalty of no more than $25,000 for each instance. Personnel at franchised dealerships are authorized to affix such labels to vehicles and are, therefore, subject to this regulation and the attendant penalties. Do not sell the labels over the counter. Always install the label on the vehicle. Never install a California and/or 50 State Label on a vehicle that is not a California/50 State Emission Certified Vehicle. Do not install Federal Emission labels on vehicles that are not Federal Emissions Certified

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Motorcycle Oil Technical Facts

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 12-11-2010

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We recommend looking at the oil manufacturer’s specification sheet and performing a comparison. If they won’t provide the data a very simple spectrographic analysis lab test can be performed that will provide the exact PPM (parts per million) concentration of zinc, phosphorus and other chemicals. That is the only way to get accurate information. There is no reason why a reputable oil manufacturers customer technical service department should not have that data readily available for the consumer and if they do not you should be highly suspect as to why not and go out and get the data yourself before started using their oil. Another issue with using automotive type oil in a motorcycle with a wet clutch is that many automotive oils have friction modifiers. Friction modifiers in automotive oils tend to provide increased frictional reduction and offset a portion of the fuel economy lost when the U.S. Government mandated a reformulated gasoline for emissions requirements. However these friction modifiers can be detrimental to proper wet clutch operation and can cause slippage and other potential performance issues such as “engine start failures, a rough running feel and increased fuel consumption due to higher engine stall speeds”.

Vespa Zafferano 125cc (50cc) Specification

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Filed Under (Vespa) by admin on 11-11-2010

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single cylinder four stroke LEADER, with two-way catalytic converter and secondary air system (Single-cylinder Hi-Per2 two-stroke, with two-way catalytic converter and secondary air system) Capacity 124cc (50cc) Cooling Forced Air Starter Electric and kick starter Transmission Automatic Twist and Go Front suspension Single arm link with coil spring and double acting hydraulic shock absorber Rear suspension Coil spring and double acting hydraulic shock absorber Front wheel Die-cast aluminium alloy 2.50×11″ Rear wheel Die-cast aluminium alloy 3.10×10″ Front tyre Tubeless 110/70-11″ Rear tyre Tubeless 120/70-10″ Front brake 200 mm steel disc Rear brake 110 mm drum Length/Width/Height 1,800/740 mm (1,755/740 mm) Seat height 785 mm (775 mm) Running weight 110 kg (96 kg) Fuel tank capacity 8.6 litres Emissions Homologated to Euro 3 (Homologated to Euro 2) Colours Taormina (Mandarino)

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