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GAS GAS would to thank you for your confidence. By a new PAMPERA you have become of the great GAS GAS family and, as a of the number one manufacturer of off-road you deserve the best treatment we can you both in our after-sales relations and in the given in this manual. The new is a motorcycle that has been for your leisure.

In fact, it is the of many years of competition and in this highly demanding and of the many excellent results by the great riders who have the fundamental data to enable us to excellent GAS GAS motorcycles with key advantages: reliability, high-performance and Congratulations for making, without a the right choice.

With at the commands of this motorbike, an preparation and the corresponding essential this GAS GAS will remain reliable and you will be able to the most comfortable and rewarding sport. Thank you for your and welcome to GAS GAS motos S.A.

WARNING Read this carefully. This manual aspects that will to your safety and to that of as well as guaranteeing a correct and maintenance of your new GAS GAS motorcycle. All the required in order to correctly and handle the motorcycle are listed

Each message will be by a symbol.

Inadequate driving could cause environmental and conflicts with other Responsible use of your motorcycle ensure that these and conflicts do not arise. TO PROTECT THE OF YOUR SPORT, MAKE YOU USE YOUR BIKE LEGALLY, CONCERN FOR THE ENVIRONMENT, AND RESPECT THE OF OTHER PEOPLE.

Motorcycle is a fantastic sport, and we hope you enjoy it to the fullest.

DANGER warning symbol identifies instructions or procedures that, if not followed, could result in injury, or even ….

This symbol identifies instructions or procedures that, if not observed, could result in to or destruction of the machine.


This symbol indicates of particular interest for more and convenient operation.

INTRODUCTION. 3 WARNING..4 INDEX. 5 IDENTIFICATION. 7 identification code. 7 Authorization 7 LOCATION OF COMPONENTS — Locating components. 8 Clutch. 10 brake.

10 Ignition key and steering Multi-function instrument panel and lights.12 Electric start 15 Engine stop button. 15 and indicators. 16 Horn. 17 Fuel

18 Fuel tap. 18 Recommended 18 Choke. 19 Gear changer. 19 pedal. 20 Stand. 20

DRIVING 21 Starting the engine. 21 Starting a engine. 21 What to do when the is flooded..22 Stopping the engine. 22 the motorcycle..22 Running-in period.

23 INSTRUCTIONS. 24 Maintenance chart. 24 25 — Adjustment. 25 Brakes.

26 Position and play of the front lever..26 — Position and of the rear brake pedal..26 fluid. 27 — Brake level inspection..28 — pad wear check. 28 Handle 28 — Adjustment. 28 Steering.

29 oil. 30 — Oil level. 30 Changing the oil. 30 — the strainer. 32

Carburettor. 32 — the accelerator control cable. 32 Adjusting idle speed..33 plug. 34 Air filter. 35 Wheels. 36 Tyre pressure. 36 — the wheel spokes..37 Secondary chain. 37 — Chain Checking..37 — Chain Adjusting..38 — Chain 38 — Chain guides 39 Battery. 39 Exhaust system. 41 Removing the silencer..41 Front 41 — Height adjustment. 41 suspension. 42 — Checking. 42 42 Tighten bolts and nuts.

43 torque table. 45 Fault 46

CLEANING AND STORAGE..52 Cleaning. 52 52 Starting after storage. 52 DATA. 53 Engine. 53 Chassis. 53 MANUAL. 55 Guarantee. 55

IDENTIFICATION IDENTIFICATION CODE The motorcycle code is engraved on the steering AUTHORIZATION PLATE The motorcycle has its own authorization plate including such as the identification Code. The on the authorization plate must to the data in the vehicle documents.


1- Clutch lever 2- Fuel cap 3- Front brake fluid 4- Engine start button 5- brake lever 6- Accelerator

8- Silencer 9- Seat 10- Fuel 11- Headlight assembly 12- Front 13- Rear brake pedal 14- brake fluid tank

1- Front brake disk 2- Air 3- Chain 4- Chain guide 5- shock absorber 6- Gear pedal 7- Front brake


The clutch lever A is located on the hand side of the handlebars. To the cable, see the section maintenance

FRONT BRAKES The front lever A is located on the right side of the handlebars.

IGNITION KEY AND LOCK The ignition key A comes the motorcycle and is inserted into the cylinder B located at the front of the bars.

In the position everything is off and the lights or the horn will The battery is not used. In this the hazard lights will not either. In the position the ignition is on, the engine may be started and both the and the horn may be used.

The battery is In this position the hazard will operate. Note The is fitted with a safety allowing the engine to be started the gear is engaged. See the section the engine.

The ignition key also the steering lock. To activate the insert the ignition key then: rotate the handlebars all the way to the left. from the position to the position. remove the key; rotate the key to the while pressing down the is now locked.

MULTI FUNCTION PANEL AND INDICATOR LIGHTS The apparatus, which is waterproof, has 4-8 LED on both sides of a central screen This central screen, made of liquid and with illumination, gives about the rpm, speed, kilometres travelled, time, speed, maximum speed, of time with motor and total time. The data to the distance travelled and total of use is stored in the memory, even the apparatus is switched off.

the multifunction apparatus is not activated, it a clock. The wheel circumference is adaptable, as is the measuring system or imperial). The number and distribution of the LED and the amount of information on screen may according to model.

Panel 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. RESET button 2nd row of indicators 1st row of Tachometer with bar graph scale Fuel indicator (optional) LED indicator symbols button

Description of symbols indicator / Green Dipped / Green Motor oil / Red

DRIVING STARTING THE ENGINE DANGER Do not or leave the engine idling in spaces. Exhaust fumes are toxic and may result in loss of or even …. When the is running, ensure that is always adequate ventilation.

The motorcycle is fitted with a device allowing the engine to be while the gear is engaged. To the motorcycle, proceed as follows.

Open the fuel tap. Put the gearbox into neutral or hold in the clutch lever the starting operation. — the ignition key A clockwise to the position. the circuits are activated and the motorcycle may — Without using the press the electric start B.

WARNING When the key remains in the start position: If the engine is not then a loss of battery potential may occur. STARTING A ENGINE

WARNING Do not fully the motorcycle while the engine is Allow the engine to run at idle or drive slowly until the reaches normal operation

Note If the engine will not remove the spark plug and dry it. See the spark plug. — the engine is running, open the tap. Stopping the engine Brake the motorcycle and put the gearshift in neutral. — Completely the accelerator pedal and use the engine button. — Rotate the key anticlockwise to the position. — the fuel tap.

STOPPING THE After some seconds, and on the outside temperature, the engine reach a higher and more speed. This means it has reached normal operation At this moment remove the by turning the control A to the right side.

WHAT TO DO WHEN THE IS FLOODED — Close the tap. — Following the described in STARTING THE ENGINE, the starter button with the completely open (full and the choke control all the way to the right; the throttle control as soon as the starts. DANGER When in wet conditions or after washing the the brakes may be wet. If so, then the capacity is reduced until the elements are dry.

Drive carefully and lightly both brakes in order to dry WARNING If the ground is slippery or then give preference to the brake. Depending on circumstances and surface, it may be better to use the front or brakes independently.

Gear gradually using the engine capacity.


For deceleration, close the throttle A and both front and rear

— Never run the engine at rpm. — Vary the speed consistently using the control. Note The spark may be soiled if the engine is used at a low during the running in period. If occurs then replace the spark plug by a higher spark plug for the running in only.

See the section regarding of the spark plug. Following the period, fit a new standard spark

RUNNING IN PERIOD WARNING acceleration during the run in period may engine damage. All of the moving in the engine have been to a high level of precision in to obtain a quality contact and correct positioning. However, engine care during the hours of use is vital for obtaining the from your motorcycle.

we recommend: — Start the and let it run at idle until the engine is warmed up. — Stop the and wait for it to completely cool. Start the engine once For the first hour of use or for the first 100 Km, use the at a moderate speed.

MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE CHART Article Air *Bolts on the silencer and the connections for the *Valve tolerances Spark Fuel lines Engine oil Oil Clutch Chain *Brakes lines Brake fluid *Steering assembly *Front *Rear suspension *Chassis and nuts I I I Period First 5 Period every 30 hours every 60 hours

Inspect the every time that the has been used or when T I I R C I T I I *Change every 4 years R I lubricate and inspect each the motorcycle has run I I *Revise every 4 I *Change every 2 years T I I I T I R I R C I

tyres for damage and check the pressure every time the has run I I I T I I I T

Note: I = Inspect and clean, replace or lubricate if necessary; R= T= Tighten; C= Clean

CLUTCH Correct clutch lever is 2-3 mm. WARNING Lower play that indicated will the clutch effectiveness and the clutch life. To adjust the clutch play, proceed as follows: Remove the cap A. — Loosen the nut C. — Rotate the adjustment B in one to achieve the indicated play. Tighten the lock nut C to lock the B in position. — Fit the protection

Correct clutch cam play is 2-3 mm. Lower play than indicated will reduce the effectiveness and the clutch useful To adjust the clutch cam play, as follows: — Loosen the nuts B and rotate in one direction the correct play is achieved. Tighten the adjustment nuts B to the adjustment in position.

— the spring B and the oil strainer C. — the strainer using petrol and dry compressed air in order to remove the of petrol.

A — Throttle B — Lock nut C —

— Check that the grip turns smoothly. Loosen the lock nut B. — the adjustment bolt C until the play is reached. — the locknut B. Adjusting idle DANGER The exhaust gasses are toxic. The idle adjustment must be carried out in open or in suitably ventilated premises. The has an idle adjustment screw A, acts on the fuel opening in the carburettor.

The bolt B adjusts the of air-fuel for the deceleration system.

To set the speed to a minimum or slow the down then take the steps: — Use the motorcycle the normal operation temperature is — Stop the engine and the motorcycle (for example on a stand). — Start the — Rotate the bolt A the engine runs continuously. — Rotating the screw A will increase the engine — Rotating the screw A will decrease the engine — Rotate the bolt B the engine reaches the highest

Note — Tightening the B will restrict the flow of mixture — Loosening the B will open the flow of mixture — Tighten the B about 1/4 of a turn. Rotate the A until the engine reaches the idle speed.

SPARK PLUG Note The spark plug should be checked, according to the Maintenance or if the engine has a problem. See the section shooting. — Note if the engine performance falls this could be due to the spark Standard spark plug spacing TORCH D8RTC 0.7 to 0.8 mm 0.031 in)

WARNING Incorrect of the spark plug or the choice of an temperature grade may cause damage to the engine. This is not covered by the guarantee. Always use plugs recommended by GAS GAS.

the dealers or a qualified mechanic to which spark plug is for your bike. Spark — removing To remove the plug, take the following — Remove the cap A from the plug. — Remove the plug B from its allotment the special spark plug Note Check the colour and the of deposits on the spark plug.

deposits indicate if the standard plug is the most suitable for motorcycle or if it should be replaced by of a different temperature grade.

If there is soot on the spark then clean using a brush. — Check if necessary, adjust the electrode to between 0.7 — 0.8 mm (0.028 0.031 in).

WARNING If the plug electrodes are oxidised, or the insulation is broken then the plug.

— Fit the spark and tighten to the specified torque of 11 Nm kgm). See also the Tightening table. — Refit the for the spark plug.

Note To correct operation of the spark keep the protection hood and dry.

AIR FILTER A clean air will provide good performance and prolong its useful An obstructed air filter restricts the air of the engine, increasing the petrol and reducing the engine power as as causing the destruction of the spark WARNING If dirt enters the then this will to excessive wear and engine Inspect the air filter regularly as in the Maintenance table.

Air Filter Cleaning DANGER When the air filter, ensure the area is ventilated and free from any of flame or sparks; this any appliance with a pilot Do not use petrol to clean the filter as could result in an explosion. To the air filter, proceed as follows: the cover A by rotating the clip B.

the retention rod C.

— Remove the element assembly — a clean, lint-free towel the intake manifold so no dirt is to enter. — Clean the filter housing using a cloth.

— Remove the B from the air filter A. — the filter in a bath of filter liquid using a gentle

— Check the filter for such as rupture, scratching, or shrinkage. If it is damaged then it, otherwise dirt will the carburettor. — Grease all of the and bolts of the air filter and inlets. Re-install the air filter in the motorcycle and sure it is correctly secured. Tyre pressure Tyre affects traction, handling, and life. — Adjust the pressure to suit ground and rider preference, but do not deviate from the recommended pressure.

Squeeze it and dry it with a clean Do not twist the filter or expose it to air otherwise it will be damaged.

Tyre pressure should be when the tyre is cold driving.

Ground conditions Wet, sandy, muddy and ground: reduce tyre — Hard ground, ground: increase tyre Adjusting the wheel spokes The wheel spokes must be tightened. One or more loose or tightened wheel spokes may put the rim and put extra tension on the remaining which may in turn rupture. risk!

Centring the rim Note If the rim is or crooked then it must be In case of small deformations of the go to an approved GAS GAS workshop or specialist

SECONDARY TRANSMISSION CHAIN A chain in bad condition, inadequately or incorrectly adjusted may jump or leading to a loss of control of the Note The chain should be examined, according to the maintenance or when the motorcycle is used in conditions, for example in mud, or humid conditions. Chain — Checking Note muddy or humid conditions, the will be under more

Eliminate mud from the chain checking the play. The distance the chain B and the chain pad A should be 30 a 50 mm.

A- Wheel spoke adjustment

— To check this, the rear wheel until the becomes more tense. Lift the chain B by hand in the of the pad A and measure the distance between the pad and the lower part of the chain — If the indicated specification is not then adjust the chain as below. Note When the chain tension, rotate the wheel to check for damaged and lost connections as well as or damaged teeth on the drive and sprocket. Chain slack Adjusting Note The operation is from the swinging arm side.

Loosen the axle nut C. — the lock nuts B. — the chain adjustment bolt A to the measurement indicated in the section slack — Checking. The operations described should be on the opposite side given the rear wheel must be with the front wheel. To both wheels, use the string and adjust, if necessary, the adjustment as described above.

DANGER An aligned wheel will abnormal tyre wear and may be for driving. -Tighten the lock -Tighten the rear axle nut to 98 Nm. An incorrectly tightened rear nut will be extremely dangerous for

— Rotate the wheel and the position when the chain is tense. Re-adjust if necessary. wear

A — Adjustment B — Lock nut C — nut Rear

WARNING Replace the when the length excedes 2% of its length*. Only use original parts.

When the chain is the engine output pinion and the sprocket should also be If the teeth on these element are then this will to a rapid wear of the new chain. the engine output pinion and sprocket teeth and replace if they are worn. * the chain be removed by opening the connection The length is measured from the two of the chain.

GAS GAS Pampera 125

WARNING Whenever the is removed, ensure that the on the chain connection link is installed with the closed of the U in the direction of rotation.

Note use original replacement parts.

Note This battery is free and checking the fluid is not required. It is advisable to check the of the battery periodically. Battery removing To remove the battery, these steps:

A — B — Direction of rotation of the

Chain guides — Check the chain guide A as as the upper and lower parts of the pad B. If there is any serious damage replace these elements.

If the voltage is above 12.6 V, the can be installed on the vehicle without to recharge it. Constant voltage mode — Constant = 14.4 — 14.7 V Initial charge current = 0.1 0.5 Cn — Charge duration = 6 minimum / 24 hours maximum. power charge mode Maximum charge current = 0.1 Cn Recommended charge time = 5 8 hours. — The product current) x (charge duration) be within the range: 0.5 — 0.8 Cn.

Remove the bolts A and remove the B. — Remove the terminals D so that they do not come contact with metal — Unhook the rubber E. — Remove the battery C its allotment. DANGER Hydrogen gas by the battery may explode if exposed to flame or sparks. Keep the ventilated and free from flames. The operating instructions for the are as follows: — Check the voltage in open circuit (disconnected). — If the battery is below 12.6 V, or if the storage has exceeded 6 months, the battery has to be following the instructions in paragraph 3.

Inverting the polarity of the battery may cause battery charge and cause damage to the battery The red terminal is positive ( + ) and the black is negative ( — ). WARNING Not the standard manner of charging may shorten the battery life. exceed the standard charge.

In case that a different of charging is used to those here, never exceed the allowed currents nor the maximum duration of 24 hours.

Front and wheels Front forks bars Upper plate nut Air housing bolts Seat bolts Spokes Front bolt

9- Brake hose 10- Bolts and nuts of the engine 11- Shift pedal bolts 12- support bolt 13- Chain bolts 14- Chain adjustment nut 15- sprocket bolts

16- Silencer bolts 17- Sub chassis bolts 18- absorber bolts (rear) 19- clamp bolt 20- Upper bolts (suspension)


Brake lever Handlebar bolts Rear nut Rear brake pedal Swinging arm nut



Front lever support bolt flange bolt Steering nut axle nut Rear brake bolt Subframe support Rear shock absorber Rear disc wheel bolt Spokes Steering bolt

Tighten all of the bolts and using the correct spanners. If not tightened then motorcycle or even an accident could


Note is not an exhaustive list, it is meant as a rough guide to assist for some of the more common FAULT 1 CAUSE SOLUTION Remove the number plate on the hand side and the air filter then change the starter relay fuse. — the battery and investigate the causes for — Visit an approved GAS GAS — Visit an approved GAS GAS — Visit an approved GAS GAS — Ensure that the tap is not damaged or obstructed. — the old fuel from the fuel — Fill the fuel with new fuel. — and dry the spark plug. — the inside of the spark plug and apply an antihumidity spray. Move the accelerator to full and press the electric start twice within five

Then start the engine as before. If the engine does not remove the spark plug and dry it. Clean the inside of the CDI, or coil connectors. If the engine does not start then an approved GAS GAS workshop. — the petrol tank ventilation.

The motor does not work The fuse for the starter relay is — Battery discharged.

The makes unusual noise

Drive chain incorrectly — Chain worn. Rear sprocket worn. Chain lubrication insufficient. Rear wheel misaligned. 17-Insufficient oil level in front — Front fork weak or broken. — disc excessively worn. Brake pads, incorrect or crystallised. — Engine damage. — Brackets, bolts not properly tightened.

Adjust the chain. — the chain, rear sprocket and transmission pinion. Visit an GAS GAS workshop. — Change the sprocket. Visit an approved GAS GAS — Apply a suitable lubricant. — Align the wheel. — Add oil to the forks as Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. Replace the springs in the front

Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. Replace the brake disc. an approved GAS GAS workshop. — the brake pad wear. — the brake pads. Visit an GAS GAS workshop. — Replace the cylinder. Visit an approved GAS GAS -Check all brackets, nuts and and apply the correct torques.

an approved GAS GAS workshop.

FAULT 19 The vibrate

CAUSE — worn, swing arm or its needle worn. — Rim off-centre. Handlebar bracket or steering nut loose.

SOLUTION — the worn parts. Visit an GAS GAS workshop. — Centre the Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. Verify the tension of the wheel Adjust if necessary. — the handlebar bracket and the steering nut to the correct tightening torques. an approved GAS GAS workshop. — the chassis.

Visit an approved GAS GAS — Adjust the steering. an approved GAS GAS workshop. — the steering shaft. Visit an GAS GAS workshop. — Change forks. Visit an approved GAS GAS — Align the wheels.

an approved GAS GAS workshop. — the brake discs. Visit an GAS GAS workshop. — Ensure brake fluid is not leaking front and rear brake seals, hoses and joints. If is any leak, visit a GAS GAS workshop — Replace the brake

Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. Replace the brake cylinder. an approved GAS GAS workshop. — the position and play of the front lever. — Remove the hand side cover the fuel tank and check the regulator connections, the voltage itself and all fuses. — the front headlights cover and the fuse.

Motorcycle pulls to one

— Chassis twisted. Steering incorrectly adjusted. Steering shaft bent. Front forks twisted. Wheels misaligned.

The brakes do not correctly

— Brake wear excessive. — liquid leak. — fluid degraded. — cylinder worn or damaged. Brakes incorrectly adjusted.

The blow constantly

— Voltage regulator

The lighting system does not

— Lighting installation is blown.

CLEANING AND STORAGE Note Before cleaning the prepare the machine so that does not penetrate certain of the bike. Exhaust: Once is cold, cover it with a bag attached with rubber. and brake levers, handgrips, stop button: cover a plastic bag. Air filter Cover the opening with or stuff a cloth in it.

Where to be careful Avoid applying water to: Brake pump and callipers and under the petrol If water enters the electric or the spark plug hood the engine will not start and the parts must be dried. and rear wheel hubs. pivots (steering tube).

suspension system. Swing arm After washing — the plastic bags and clean the air intake. — Lubricate the listed in the lubrication section. Start the engine and let it heat for 5 — Check the brakes driving the bike.

WARNING wax or lubricate the brake disk, could lead to brake and could provoke an accident. the disc using trichloroethylene or Storage When the motorcycle is to be for any length of time, it should be for storage as follows: — the entire vehicle thoroughly. Start the engine, and allowed to run for minutes to teach the transmission oil drain as indicated in the section oil changes. — Put in fresh oil. — Empty the tank.

If fuel is left for a time it will deteriorate. Disconnect the battery. — the drive chain and all the cables. Spray oil on all unpainted metal to prevent rusting. Avoid oil on rubber parts or in the brakes. Set the motorcycle on a box or stand so that wheels are raised off the ground. (If cannot be done, put boards the front and rear wheels to dampness away from the rubber). — Tie a plastic bag the exhaust pipe to prevent from entering. — Put a over the motorcycle to keep and dirt from collecting on it. after storage — plastic bag from exhaust. Tighten spark plug. Fill the fuel tank fuel. — Check all the listed in the Daily Pre-ride Section. — General — Connect the battery.


Miscellaneous 1- GG shall be to decide in its sole discretion to repair or to replace defective should the repair or replacement be disproportional. The ownership of parts if any, shall pass to GG, of any consideration whatsoever. The licensed GG entrusted with the removal of shall not be authorized to issue declarations on behalf of GG.

2- In cases of regarding the existence of a defect or if a inspection or material testing is GG shall be entitled to demand of the parts for which warranty are put forward or to order an examination of the by a GG expert. Any additional warranty for parts replaced free of or for any service performed free of under the present warranty be excluded.

The warranty of components within the warranty period end at the date of expiry of the warranty agreed for the original respective 3- If any defect cannot be removed and is judged disproportional by the manufacturer, the purchaser shall be entitled to termination of the contract (payment of a or partial reimbursement for the purchasing (discount) instead of repair of the

4- The warranty claims of the purchaser the contract of purchase and sale with the respective licensed shall not be affected by the present Neither shall the present affect any additional contractual of the purchaser under the general conditions of the licensed dealer. such additional rights are valid with the licensed

5- If the purchaser resells the product the warranty period, the terms and of the present warranty shall to exist in their present the right to put forward claims the present warranty according to the and conditions hereof will be on to the new owner of the motorcycle.

GAS GAS Pampera 125
GAS GAS Pampera 125
GAS GAS Pampera 125
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