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I Thank you for your purchasing this motorcycle.
This manual covers the main data, basic structure, and main procedUJ'es of operation,
adjustment, maintenance and troubleshooting of this motorcycle. It will hel p you familiari ze
yourself with all the necessary skills so that you will bring your vehicle into full, best play with
minimized trouble for a long service life.
Products are always subject to further improvement, which will cause some difference
between the vehicle and this manual,without further notici.


I. Safe Drive . ... . .. .... ... .. .... .. .... ...... .. .... .. .. .. .... . . '" .. ...... . . 1 Adjustment of Throttle Ca ble .. .. ... . ............ ..... ... .... ·17

II. Main Data .. .... . ... .... .. .... ... .. . .... .. .. .... .... .. .. .. . . .. . .... ... ... 3 Adjustment of Carburetor ..... .. ..... .. ... ..... .... .......... 17

ill . Parts and Subassemblies .. ... " . .... .. ..... ...... ... ... . .... ... ... . .. 5 Check - up & Adjustment of Air Valve Gap·· · · · ·· · · ·· 18

N . Operati6n ·· ···· · ··· · ·· ··· ····· · .. · ···· ·· .. ·· ··· .. ··· ········· ······ ·······9 Adjustment of Clutch .. ... .. .... .. . ... .... ... ...... ... .. .. . .... 20

Ignition Switch ·· ··· .. . ... .. .. ...... ... .. .... .. .. . .. .... .. ... ..... .. ... -9 Brake Checking .. ...... .... . . .... ... ... . .. .. .... . . .. .... ... ... . 20

Fuel Cock . ....... ... .. .. ... ....... .. ........ .... .. ..... ... . ........ . . 9 Adjustment of Front Brake ·· ·.... .... ·.. ·· .. .. .. ...... · .. .... ·2 1

Engine Starling .. · .. ·· .. ···· · ···· ·· · .. ·· ···· ··· ·· · ····· · ···· ·· ··· ·· .. 10 Adjustment of Rear Brake ..... ..... .. .............. .. ... . .... 22

Switche<l on Right Handlebar ...... ....... . .. ... ...... .. .. ... ... . II Adjustme nt of Chai n ....... . .. ...... .. .... ...... ... .. .... . .... 22

Swicthe<l on Left Handlebar . ... ... .... .. . ........ ... .... .. ... ... .. 12 Adjustment of Braking Li ght Switch . .... ...... ........ .... . 23

Gear ShIti ng .. ....... .... .... .. .. . .. ... .... . ... ... ... ... .. . .. ... . ... . 13 Battery Checking .... . ............... .... ......... .. .......... 24

V. Check - ups , Adjustment and Maintenance .. .. ... .... .. . ..... . .. "14 Re placement of Fuse ...... .. ..... ... .. .. ... .. . .... ..... .. . .. .. 24

Machine Oil Chec ki ng .. .... . . ... .. . ..... . .... ....... . .. ..... ... ... 14 Vehicle Washing ·· ······ .. ..· .... ··· ··· ·· · .. · .. ··· · ··· ·· .. ·· ·· ··25

Renewal of Machine Oil .... . .. . ... ......... .. . .... . ... ......... .. 14 Mai ntenance in Non· use Time· .... ·· ... ... . .. .... .. .... .. .. ·· ·26

Cleaning of Mac hine Oil Tank ... ..... ... .... ............. .... ... . 15 Resumption of Service . ... .... ..... . ... .. .... ... .. . ... ... .. . .. . ·27

Check· up of spark plug . ...... ... ....... ..... .. ... ..... ... ... .. .. 15 Maintenance Routine Di agram ····· ...... .. .......... ........ ··28

Check· up & Cleaning of Air Filter ·· ·· · ····· ··· · ··· ··· ·· ··· · ···· 16 VI . Eletric Di agram . . .. . ...... ... ... ... .. ..... ... .... .. ..... .. .... ... . 29

Rules for Safe Drive

Check must be conducted, before starting the engine, to prevent mishaps and damage to components.

Only the qualified person, who has passed the drive examination and to whom a dri ve license h~

been issued, is permitted to drive the vehicle but not anybody else without a drive license.
Full preoccupation is required during drive, paying attention to the following points to avoid any
possible hurt to you by other motorized vehicles:
Do not drive too close to other vehicles;
Never contend for lane.
Strictly observe the local traffic mles.
As dri ving at overspeed is the cause of many accidents, do not drive at a speed the actual situation
does not permit.
Turn on the tumlight when making a tum or changing the lane.
Particular care should be exercised at the level crossing of road s , entrance and exit of parking lot or
on the automobile lane.
During drive, grasp the left handlebar by the left hand and the throttle twist grip by the right one ,
with feet on the footrests.
The luggage carrier is designed for carrying light goods, which should be securely fastened /to
prevent loose movement that may cause mishaps during drive.

Prote ti ve Wear
1. Protective wear such as helmet \vith protec tiv e mask, d ustproof glasses and gloves should b e worn
durin g drive for the sake of personal safety.
2. T he passe nge r should wear hi gh t boots or long clothes to protect legs from hu rt by the heated exhaust
s ilencer during ride.
3. Loose clothes are not suitable for motorcycle drive or ride as they may get caught on the oi-le ra ting
lever, ki c k lev er, footres t or whe el, result to dan ger.
Modifi ca tion of the vehicle
An y'unauthorized modifica tion of the veh icle or replacement of the original parts ca n not ensure driv ing
safe ty and is illicit. The user must observe the regulations of the traffic cont rol authori ties . We are not re­
sponsible for any vehicle with unauthorized modification.
Loading of goods


The design of the mot orcycle requires distribution of the carried goo ds in certain extent of equilibrium
an d improper a rra ngement of goods will adversely affec t the performa nce and s tability of the vehicle. The
ma nufacturer ~hall not take any responsibility due to t he reason men tioned above.

125(:c: 150r:(: 200("r'

Overall lcnp;i h 2080mm Climhahililt ~?2°

Overall widlh 830mm Cylinder hore x slroke 56.5 x 49.5rnm (')2.0 x 49.5mm 03.5 x ti2. 2m lll
Overall height 1240mm Compression ratio 9.0:1
Wheelhase 1320mm Output,max. 8.2kW/9<XXnfmin 8.5kW/9(XX)rlmin 11.5kW/8500rlmin
Dead weinght 117kg TorfJue,rnax 8.5N-mI7S00rlmir II.ON"rnI7S00dmin 15.0N"ITl/'X)OOJ/miJ
Payload 150kg IrIling speed 1500rlmin 1420rlmin ISOOr/(IJil l
Front whed 2.75- 2l1200 Displacement of cylinder 124.0rnl I49.4i'n1 196.9"d
Rearwlwd 4. 10-1 8/225 Spark plllg D7TC n~nc

Speed, Max ~ 90km/h Spark plllg gap O.n - 0 .8mm 0.6 - 0.7""11

Bwkr- ciistanC!e(30km/h) ~ 7m O.05mm 0.0(1111111

Cap of "ir Valve
Lllhrir:afing oil 1.1L 0.08mm 0.08111111



125rr I 1SO rr' 200(:<: 125(:(: -r 150 r:(: 200 <:(:

Carac ity or gaso line tank 91, BHll)'cry 12V7Ah

Transmission rat io Ignition m ~ans CD!
1s t gear 2.709 2.545 2 ndgcar J.882 1.088
3rd gear 1.400 1.280 4th gea r 1.130 1.042
5rh gear 0.960 0.903 olh gear 0.815
Final redu c tion 4.055 Cround ckaranc~ 250



Left rear view mirror Right rear view mirror

Throttle twist grip

Switches on right handl bar

Left handlebar
Switches on left handlebar Fuel tank lock

Ser.No Name Description
CD Speedometer lnkmfh
~ Turn indicator The left indicator is lit up when the tumlight is to the left and the right one lit up as the latter to the righl
® Neutral indicator It is lit up when in the neutral position.
@ Odometer It shows the total accumulated mileage already covered by the vehicle.
(5) Tachometer It shows the speed (rpm) of the engine.
@ Trip mileometer It shows the mileage of trip.


The ser. No. of frame [Vehicle

Identification No.(VlN)] is on the left Rear view mirror
side and the brand on the front
The No. of engine is on the
left side of the left

Front wheel


Gear shifting pedal

Fuel cock


Seat cushion

Kick lever
Fuel Cock to "OFF" position. the fuel circuit is
N. OPERATION CD Fuel filling cut off without supply,
Ignition Switch The capacity of the fuel tank is 18L in RES: With the handle of the fuel
*Ignition swicth total including L I L of reserve, Leadless cock to RES position. the fuel is sup­
gasoline of No. 90 or above or lowJead plied from the reserve.
Posiloin Function Remarks gasoline is required for the motorcycle, To ( Note: The reserved fuel can only
To , SlOp the vehicle Theke",anbtte­ fuel the vehicle. support it by the main
OFF be used when the normal supply is run
(switching off all circuits) mcved.outtaker
stand. open th e lock cover of the fuel tank out. ) In this case. refueling should be
For lIartin« or drivi"« lh~ \'dU. The key can nol
ck{ makins all (be main cirtuill ) be removed and fill fuel through the opening. and then carried out as soon as possible, for
LOCK Tolock the steering handle The key ca n
close the tank by the cover with the two on
be taken out there is only some O. 8L of fuel re­
them in good alignment. serve fo r use.
(2) Operation of the fuel cock ( the valve
Off of fuel tank )
ON: With the handle of the fuel cock to OFF
"ON" position. the fuel circuit is through for
LOCK fuel supply.
OFF: With the handle of the fuel coc k RES

Fuel cock handle

Engine Starting
. CD Set the key of the ignition switch to "ON" "B" , fully open the choke when the engine is suffi­
po ition. ciently warmed up.
(2) Ascertain the neutral position, where it * Caution :
should be displayed. The engine can only be started after the neutral
® Ascertain the amount of fuel in the tank. position is ascertained . Otherwi se accident will
@ Set the fuel cock handle to "ON" posi tion. happen.
* To start a cold engine: Unnecessary idle running(especialy at a high
CD Pull up the choke bar of the carburetor to " speed) is hannful to the engine.
A"(fully close ) position . * Procedures of stopping engine:
(2) Rotate the th rottle twist grip by 1/8 to 1/ 4 CD Release the throttle twist grip to slow down
tu rn. the engine.
® Start the engine by the electric starting sy­ (2) Tum to the neutral position.
stern. ® Set the ignition switch key to "OFF" posi­
@ Slightly turn the throttle twist grip to in­ tion.
crease the speed of the engine so as to warm up the @ Set the fuel cock (the fuel tank valve) han·
engine . dIe to "OFF" position.
@ Tum the carburetor choke bar downward to
for the vehicle of kick start mode onl y )
Switches on Right Ha ndlebar The electric start button is located below the
CD Headlight switch headlight switch. The engine will be started by
The Headlight switch has three posi­ Pressing down this button.
tions" 09:- ", "p ~ " and " (a white @ Emergency stop switch
point) . When starting the engine . set the emerg ncy
"O<X- ". When the switch is in this po­ stop switch in"~ "position to directly stop the e ngine
sition, tail the headlight and meter lights are by cutting off the electric power.
all lit up.
"p ~ ": When the switch is in this po­
E mergency s top switch
sition, the tail , betraying and meter lights are
lit up.
" • ": When it is in this position, the
headlight tail, betraying and meter lights are
all off.
* The headlight and taillight will be lit
up o nly after the vehicle is started.
® Electric start buLLon ( no such device


Switches on Left Handlebar

CD Light changing switch

== () position, Headlight is in high beam.

-P () position, Headlight is in low beam.

@ Turnlight switch
+-Position, Left
-Position, Right
@ Horn button
press this button to horn.

Gear Shifting
Wann up the engine !"lr nonnal runing.
CD When the engine is idling, disengage the
Shifting forward
clutch and tread the geacshifting pedal to et the
gear to the 1st position.
@ Gradually increase the speed of the engine 3
and slowly release the clutch lever, with a good 2
coordination between the two operations to ensure a N
natural driving start. 1
Shifting backwardS
® When the motorcycle reaches a balanced
state of runniing, slow down the engine, disengage
the clutch again and tread the shifting pedal to
change the gear to the 2nd position. The gear can
be shifted to other positions in the same way.

v. Chec k_ups, Adj ustments and Maintenance

Machine Oil Checking
Renewal of Machine oil
*The veh icle should be checked
Mac hi~e oil plays a very important role in the
for machine oil before drive by sup­
3: normal operation of the engine and for that reason, it
porting it with the main stand on a flat (")
::.­ is necessary to check the motorcycle for machine oil
ground. The oil level shoul d be be­ ::l
periodically and renew the oil once every 800- 1,
tween the upper and lowerrl ines of the
oil gauge, which is not screwed into
-9. 000 km of drive by the following proced ures.
1:; -30 -20 -100 10203040 Remove the svrew plug from the bottom of the
the filling orifice. 9 ..
-22 -4 14 3250 68 86 104
hot engine to drain off all old oil.
* High quality 4_stroke machine
oil, as Class SE or SD in API classi­ Wash the oil filter screen clean and , remount it

fication, of SAE 15W_40QE in VIS­

really to position. Then fill in O. 9L fresh machine

cosity will help maintain a long ser­ oil and start the engine for idle running 2 - 3 min­

vice life of the engine. In case those utes.

are not available, a substitute suitable Let the engine stop for 2 - 3 minutes, and

for the ambient temperature of appli­ check to see whether the oil level is in between the
cation should be selected according 10 upper and lower lines of the oil gauge.
the table on the right side. Do not use any machine Iii of a different grade
Machine oil gauge
than the specified one to avoid machinery failure.
Cleaning of Machine Oil Tank
CD Drain off all the run in machine oil 0.6 -0. 7mm
from the oil tank. t
(2) Dismount the related parts. Check_up of Spark Plug
@ Wash clean all the related parts. CD Remove the cap of spark plug and

@ Fill in the required oil. screw off the spark plug by the plug

* This job should not be done by any wrench.

untrained persons but shall be done at an (2) Clean the spark plug all around or
authorized service center. replace it if it is corroded or there is too
much deposit on it.
@ Regulate the gap of the spark plug
to 0.6_0. 7mm.
@ The spark plug of the designated
type should be used.
The applicable type of spark plug as
Screw plug for oil draining D8EA(NGK)
Check - up, Cleaning of Air Filter
Take ou t the air filter and check if it is contaminated.


Remove the left side cover screw of the filter, open the left Air filter

cover and disassemble the air fi lter.

Wash the filter in clean washing oil and wipe it dry with
dry cloth.
Soak the fi lter element in clean machine oil, squeeze it dry
and fit it back to position.
Recommended oil : 15W /40QE
Caution :
The air filter element for use must be intact or the engine
will suck if) dust and dirt, resulting in a shorter service life of Coll ar clamp
the engine.
Wather should be prevented from entering into the fil
,\dj ustm ellt of Throllle CabJe Adj ustment or Carburelor
Make sure that the adjust:ng nut of the throttle Caution:
callie works normally. The idling speed adju ll1Hnl of th e . ('ngim'
Check to see if the throttle twist grip is with the should be carried out with a hot C'ngilll>.
rrquired free operating movement. J t:lthe idling spClf'd to Ihe required \[lluc h\ lite
The required free operating movement: 2_6mm. help of the idling speed adju'\ti nj.( se rf'W wilh II!(~ ve­
If the grip can not be so moved freely, turn the hicle standing 0'0 a flat groun d.
adjusting nul to ensure it.­ The required idling spet'd: I . 500 :I: 1501' / mill
* Afler adj ustment, stali th e engine and check for
the free operating movement again. [lepeat the adjust­
ment if necessary unlil it is as required.

Adjus ting nut Jdling spe.~ rI adjusting sere\\"

Locking nul
Check - up & Adjustment of Ail" Valve Gap
Noise will stem from too big gap of the air valve. However if there is too small gap or even no gap at all. closing of the
valve will be hindered. which will cause burn of the valve and output drop. Therefore . the air valve gap must be checked
periodicall y.
The gap of the air valve should be inspected and adjusted with a cold engine by the following procedures:
CD Remove the caps of the central hole and the top holeC the ignition timing observation hole) in the left crankcase
@ Remove the caps of the two air valves on the cylinder head.
® Insert the "T"key into the central hole of the crankcase cover .jam it against the nut of the fl ying wheel and then turn
the flying wheel clockwise until the engraved "T" mark on the flying wheel aligns with the engraved line on the top of the
crankcase cover. Swing the rocking ann slightly. A loose rocking annC which indicates the 'existence of clearance) shows that
th e piston is in the upper stop position of the compressing stroke. where the valve can be adjusted. A tight rocking arm meaQS
that the piston is in the lower stop position of the compressing stroke. In this case. continuously tum the "T" key clockwise for
360 degrees until the alignment of those engraved marks, where the valve can be adj usted. Afterwards. check the valve gap br
inserting a fee ler in between the valve adjusting screw and the end of the valve.
The specified air valve gap :0. 05mm for the intake and exhaust valves respectively.
@ If the adjustment needed, loosen the locking nut of the valve, tum the adjusting nut till a slight
resistance is felt on inserting the feeler.
At the end of the adjustment, tighten the "Locking nut" to prevent loosening and cond uct anot her
check to make sure that the valve gap is OK before all those dismounted caps are refitted on.

Valve cap

Central hole cap

Adjus'tment of Clutch the adjusted t::utch works normally.

*The clutch should be adjusted with * fteadjustment has to be made if

the engine in stopped state.

there is slipping of clutch or difficulty
in the engagement of gears.

There should he a free operating

movement of 10 - 20mm at the end of the

clutch lever as shown in the figure on the Brake Checking

right side. ( I) Pull up the front and rear

When adjustment IS needed. loosen brakes respectively and check for wear
the locking nut on the clutch operating of the brake shoes. (f the mark "6 "on
cable and set the clutch lever to the re­ ~--=~-- the brake drum cover aligns with that
quired range of free operating movement. In u 6 .. on the brake cam, it means that
case of adjustment to be made to a great --~~ the brake shoes are already worn to the
10 - 20mm
extent, turn the clutch adjusting screw stud limit and have to be (2 ) Replacement
on the right crankcase. should becamed out at a designated
Is tart the engine to ascertain whether service center and it is recommended
that the parts made by our company are
used therein. 10 - 20mm
Adjustment of f ro nt ,Brake
10 - 20mm
( 1)The front brake lever has a free opera ting
movement of 10 - 20 mm as shown in the figure I
on th e right side.
(2) If adjustment is needed , turn th e adjust­
Il1g nut near the lower side of the front hub.
clockwise to reduce and count erclock wise to in­
crease the free operating movement of the bra ke
(3) After adjustment, the groove of the ad­
justing nut should be aligred with the pin of the
brake arm .
After adjustment, chec k the front bra king
system. The braking li ght should be lit up on time

when the front brake is appli ed by gripping the

brake lever.
Adjustment of Rear Bmke Adjustalent of Chain
Rear brake pedal
* The vehicle should be supportt!'d by * Check the chain for wear ,tension and
the main stand for check. lubrication .

. (I )The rear bmke pedal has a free op­

(1) With the motorcycle supported by
erating movement of 20.)Onun as shown in the main stand, tum the upper and lower
the figure on the right side. portions of the chain by hand to check for its
(2) To make adjustment, tum the rear
brake adjusting nut clockwise to reduce and -
tension 10 see if the sag is within the speci­
lied range of IO..20mm.
10 - 20mm
counterclockwise to increase the free operat­ ( 2) When regulation is needed. loosen
Brake cam Brake pull rod
ing movement of the brake pedal. the axle nut and locking nut of the rear
(3) After adjustment. the groove of the wheel, then set the chain to the requi red
adjusting nut should be aligred with the pin tension by turning the adjusting nut.
of the brake ann. (3 ) Apply a little grease to the chain.
Caution : Caution:

After regulation, check the rear braking

* At the end of regulation, the marks
system. The bmking light should be lit u on on the chain adjuster should be in good co­
time when the rear brake is applied by ordination with the engraved line on the
stepping down the brake pedal. horizontal fork as position is concerned.

Rear brake arm Adjusting nut

Brake ann pin

Chai n adjuster(with graduations) . Braking light switch Adjusting nut

Rear wheel axle nut Bear axle Braking light switch spring

Adjustment of Braking Light Switch

* The braking light should be lit up on time as soon as the rear wheel is braked. If not, regulation
shall be made by turning the adjusting nut.
* With the braking light switch in "ON" position, the braking light should be lit up. If not, ch e(:k
should be carried out to see whether the braking lamp, circuit and switch work normally, Make replace­
ment if needed.
For the adjustment of the braking light switch, the brake Heeds to be first checked to make s ure that
the free operating movement is ensured within the specified range.
Battery Checking upper mark line when adding disti lled during dismounting and i nstallati on. Vehicle Wo
CD Open the right side cover. wa ter. Otherwise overflow and corro­ The breathing pipe must be ke pt
<Z> Clean away dus t and corrosi ve s ion will occur. unbl ocked.
from the sunace of the battery. The electrolyte contains s ulfuri · Replacement of Fuse
there is any
@ Se t the vehicle in a vertical cacid and will ca use serious hurt to skin Set the ignition switch to "OFF"
pos iti on to see wh et her the lev el of the C aution
and eyes by contact. In case of contac t posi tion. The specifi ed fuse tube of
battery elec trolyte is between the upper with it, wash it off for 5 minu tes a nd see lOA shou ld be used for replacement.
and lower ma rk lines . If it is below the a doc tor immed iately . Open the left side cover, re move nents. There
lower one, distilled water shall be Foreign matter should be pre­ the fu se holder on th e sid e of the battery -Whe
added to the ba ttery. ven ted from e nteri ng into the ba ttery and replace the fu se tube. -Exhal
@ Seriously corroded co nductor If the new fu se tube is broke n a­ -Fuel I
co nnectors of the battery s hall be re­
Negative ( - ) Positive ( + ) gai n as soon as it is fitted on, it means
connector connector -Carb
placed. that there is some trouble with other
ClI ution: electric parts.
To di . mantle ba ttery, disconnec t
-Mete ,
..Caution :
the negativ e ( - ) electrode before the Do not use any fuse over lOA
(1) Aft
positive ( + ) one , and vice ve rsa in in­ Be s ure not to wash the battery
when washing the vehicle.

mi nutes.
Ne ver have the elec­
trolyte leve l co me over thp Upper electrolyte level line
vver L1l e

llation. Vehicle Washing
II be kept

Cleaning the vehicle regularly can slow down the color fading of its bod y make it easier to check if
there is any damage and an y oil leakage with it.
~ "OFF"
. tube of
lCement. Washing the motorcycle with over - pressurized water may cause damage to so me of its compo­
I remove nents. Therefore. do not jet over - press urized water directly on to-the following parts:
~e battery -Wheel hub
-Exhaust pipe
lroken a­ -Fuel tank a nd lower portion of cushion
it means
ilh other
-Head lock and ignition switch
lOA ( 1) After pre - wiping, the vehicle should be washed with clean water to remove dirty residues so as to
e battery prevent cOITosion. Plastic subassemblies should be cl eaned by wi ping with colth or s ponge soa ked in ne utral
detergent solution, followed by washing with clean wate r.
(2) After the cleaned ve hicle is air dried, grease the chain and run the engin e at idling ;;pee d for a few
( 3)Prior to driving, carefully check braking sys tem repeatedly and repair or adjust it if ner:essary .

Maint e n a nce in Non - use Time Resumptio
Stora ge and Maintenance
For the motorcycle to be stored for a long period of time, attention s hould be paid to the prevention of moi sture, CD Remov
su nshine and rain attack in order to protect it from unnecessary damage. Special check - ups should be carried out on ewer 4months.
those import an t parts and subassemblies before sto~age.
(2) Charge
<D Change lubri cating oil.
® Grease the chain. ® Drain 0
® Drain off fuel from the fuel tank and carburetorC for the vehicle not to be used for over a montf;} , the fuel in the latter @ Prior to

mu st be thoroughly drain ed away) , turn off the fuel coc k and fi 11 antiru st solution into the fuel tank, followed by dos ing the Maintenan
ta nk with the cove r. "(' means:
Caution : "c" means
As fu el is inflammable, the engine s hould be stopped before filling or drain fuel a nd it is prohibited to smoke at the "R"means
fuel s torin g ,filling or draining location.
"A" means
@ Take out the s park plug, fill about J 5 - 20ml of clean lubricatin g oil int~ the cyliQder, s tep down the kick lever
rep etitivel y for sev E' ral times and finally fit the spark plug back on.
., * "mean
The igniti on s witch key must be set to "OFF" position before stepping down the ki ck lever. To protect th e ignition user himself wit
system from damage, the spark plug should be put on its cap and earthed. "* * "
@ Dismantle the battery and put it in a shady, cool and well - ventilat ed p lace. It is suggested that the battery be ensure safety.
c harged once a month. Notes: l.
@ Clean the vehicle, s pray the colored pa rt with co lor fastening agen t and apply antitu st oil to the part vulnerable to 2. When t
s hou ld be still
(J) Inflate the tyre as required and pad the vehicle up with th e two wheels clear of the ground.

::ID Put the covering over the motorcycle .

Resumption of Service

CD Remove the cover and clean the vehicle. Change the lubricating oil if the vehicle has been off service for
over 4months.
(2) Charge the battery and remount it.

® Drain off the antirust solution from the fuel tank, followed by filling fu el therein to the required level.

@ Prior to dri ving, test the vehicle at low speed in a safe place.

Maintenance Routine Diagram

"r" means: Check, cleaning, adjustment, lubrication and / or replacemnet are needed .

"c" means: Cleaning is needed.

"R"means: Replacement is needed.

"A" means: Adjustment is needed.

"L" means: Lubrication is needed.

" * "means: This item of maintennace should be carried out at a service center. It may be also done by the

user himself with reference to this manual provided he has special tools, sparts and is capable of this job.
"* *" menas: This item can only be carried out by the serviceman at Kington service cenler in order to
ensure safety.
Notes; 1. Maintenance should be conducted more frequently when the motorcycle drives in dusty areas.
2. When the read - out of the odometer exceeds the maximum figures specified in the table, maintenance
should be still cycled according to the interval of mileage stated herein.
. ~~cv.
Item of Maintenance
item / fn ~ qI H·hc}'
Odometer km (Note 2)
Remark B-Black
lOOOkm 4000km 8000km 12000km
Circuit of fuel system I Y-Yellow
* Fuel filter
* Thrott le operat;ng sysern
* Choke of rarburetor
I 1
* Air fi ller e l ~menl R - yearly C
Spark plug R 'co rlv I I I R Br-Brown
Air valve gap I I LG-Light Green
* Air valve gap
[ I LB-Light Blue
f.lIgine lubricating oil R One replaceme nt every 2000km
J.uhricating oil sc reen Monthl C I c c
* Te n ~ion of chaiu A A I A A
* tcUing !5peed of carbu retor I I I [
Oriv ing chain R -4 'ear I ,L every 500km
Battery [ I I I
Wear of brake shoes r - 2v ear I I I
n ea r braking system [ I [ I
Braking liquid hose also for di sc styl e
** Cup of braking tiquid [
** Braking liquid
** tront braking system I
One replacement every two year

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