GAS GAS Pampera 125 manual, review

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PAMPERA 125-07

INTRODUCTION

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

Nyatane, it is the result of many years of competition and experience in this highly demanding discipline and of the many excellent results obtained by the great riders who have provided the fundamental data to enable us to create excellent GAS GAS motorcycles with several key advantages: reliability, high-performance and stability. Congratulations for making, without a doubt, the right choice.

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

IMPORTANT WARNING Read this manual carefully. This manual covers aspects that will contribute to your safety and to that of others, as well as guaranteeing a correct preservation and maintenance of your new GAS GAS motorcycle. All the instructions required in order to correctly drive and handle the motorcycle are listed below.

Each message will be preceded by a symbol.

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

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

DANGER This warning symbol identifies special instructions or procedures that, if not correctly followed, could result in personal injury, or even death.

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

USE OF OIL RECOMMENDED:

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

INTRODUCTION. 3 IMPORTANT WARNING..4 INDEX. 5 IDENTIFICATION. 7 Motorcycle identification code. 7 Authorization plate. 7 LOCATION OF COMPONENTSOPERATION..8 Locating components. 8 Clutch. 10 Front brake.

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

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

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

23 MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS. 24 Maintenance chart. 24 Clutch. 25 – Adjustment. 25 Brakes.

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

29 Engine oil. 30 – Oil level. 30 – Changing the oil. 30 – Cleaning the strainer. 32

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

43 Tightening torque table. 45 Fault diagnosis. 46

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

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

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS OPERATION LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

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

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

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

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS OPERATION

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

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

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

In the position everything is off and neither the lights or the horn will function. The battery is not used. In this position the hazard lights will not work either. In the position the ignition is turned on, the engine may be started and both the lights and the horn may be used.

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

The ignition key also operates the steering lock. To activate the lock, 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 left while pressing down the steering is now locked.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Note If the engine will not start, remove the spark plug and dry it. See Removing the spark plug. – Once the engine is running, open the fuel tap. Stopping the engineBrake the motorcycle and put the gearshift pedal in neutral. – Completely close the accelerator pedal and use the engine stop button. – Rotate the ignition key anticlockwise to the position. – Close the fuel tap.

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

WHAT TO DO WHEN THE ENGINE IS FLOODEDClose the fuel tap. – Following the instructions described in STARTING THE ENGINE, operate the starter button with the throttle completely open (full throttle) and the choke control all the way to the right; release the throttle control as soon as the engine starts. DANGER When driving in wet conditions or after washing the motorcycle, the brakes may be wet. If so, then the braking capacity is reduced until the braking elements are dry.

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

Gear down gradually using the engine braking capacity.

DRIVING INSTRUCTIONS

For maximum deceleration, close the throttle A and apply both front and rear brakes.

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

See the section regarding extraction of the spark plug. Following the run-in period, fit a new standard spark plug.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Remove the spring B and the oil strainer C. – Clean the strainer using petrol and dry using compressed air in order to remove the remains of petrol.

A – Throttle control BLock nut CAdjustment

Check that the throttle grip turns smoothly. – Loosen the lock nut B. – Rotate the adjustment bolt C until the indicated play is reached. – Tighten the locknut B. Adjusting idle speed DANGER The exhaust gasses are highly toxic. The idle adjustment operation must be carried out in open spaces or in suitably ventilated premises. The carburettor has an idle adjustment screw A, which acts on the fuel opening cylinder in the carburettor.

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

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

NoteTightening the screw B will restrict the flow of air-fuel mixtureLoosening the screw B will open the flow of air-fuel mixtureTighten the screw B about 1/4 of a turn. Rotate the bolt A until the engine reaches the required idle speed.

SPARK PLUG NoteThe spark plug should be regularly checked, according to the Maintenance table or if the engine has a problem. See the section Trouble shooting. – Note that if the engine performance falls then this could be due to the spark plug. Standard spark plug Electrode spacing TORCH D8RTC 0.7 kanggo 0.8 mm (0.028 0.031 ing)

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

Consult the dealers or a qualified mechanic to know which spark plug is best for your bike. Spark plugremoving To remove the spark plug, take the following steps: – Remove the cap A from the spark plug. – Remove the spark plug B from its allotment using the special spark plug wrench. Note Check the colour and the appearance of deposits on the spark plug.

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

If there is soot on the spark plug then clean using a metal brush. – Check and, if necessary, adjust the electrode spacing to between 0.7 – 0.8 mm (0.028 – 0.031 ing).

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

Fit the spark plug and tighten to the specified torque of 11 Nm (1.0 kgm). See also the Tightening torques table. – Refit the hood for the spark plug.

Note To ensure correct operation of the spark plug, keep the protection hood clean and dry.

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

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

-Remove the retention rod C.

Remove the filter element assemblyStuff a clean, lint-free towel into the intake manifold so no dirt is allowed to enter. – Clean inside the filter housing using a damp cloth.

Remove the cage B from the air filter A. – Clean the filter in a bath of filter cleaning liquid using a gentle brush.

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

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

Note Tyre pressure should be tested when the tyre is cold before driving.

Ground conditionsWet, sandy, muddy and slippery ground: reduce tyre pressure. – Hard ground, stony ground: increase tyre pressure. Adjusting the wheel spokes DANGER The wheel spokes must be evenly tightened. One or more loose or incorrectly tightened wheel spokes may put the rim off-centre and put extra tension on the remaining spokes which may in turn rupture. Accident risk!

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

SECONDARY TRANSMISSION CHAIN DANGER A chain in bad condition, inadequately maintained or incorrectly adjusted may jump or rupture leading to a loss of control of the motorcycle. Note The chain should be regularly examined, according to the maintenance table or when the motorcycle is used in adverse conditions, for example in mud, rain or humid conditions. Chain slackChecking Note Under muddy or humid conditions, the chain will be under more tension.

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


A- Wheel spoke adjustment tool

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

Loosen the axle nut C. – Loosen the lock nuts B. – Rotate the chain adjustment bolt A to reach the measurement indicated in the section Chain slackChecking. WARNING The operations described should be repeated on the opposite side given that the rear wheel must be aligned with the front wheel. To align both wheels, use the string method and adjust, if necessary, the adjustment bolts as described above.

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

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

A – Adjustment bolt BLock nut CAxle nut Rear

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

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

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

Note Only use original replacement parts.

BATTERY Note This battery is maintenance free and checking the fluid level is not required. It is advisable to check the charge of the battery periodically. Batteryremoving To remove the battery, follow these steps:

A – Clip BDirection of rotation of the chain

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

If the battery voltage is above 12.6 V, the battery can be installed on the vehicle without having to recharge it. Constant voltage charge modeConstant voltage = 14.4 – 14.7 VInitial charge current = 0.1 – 0.5 CnCharge duration = 6 hours minimum / 24 hours maximum. Constant power charge modeMaximum charge current = 0.1 CnRecommended charge time = 5 – 8 hours. – The product (charge current) x (charge duration) must be within the range: 0.5 – 0.8 Cn.

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

DANGER Inverting the polarity of the battery terminals may cause battery charge problems and cause damage to the battery system. The red terminal is positive ( + ) and the black terminal is negative ( – ). WARNING Not using the standard manner of charging may seriously shorten the battery life. Never exceed the standard charge.

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

Front and rear wheels Front forks Handle bars Upper plate nut Air filter housing bolts Seat bracket bolts Spokes Front axle bolt

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

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

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

TIGHTENING TORQUE TABLE PART NUMBER

C H A S S I S

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

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

TROUBLE SHOOTING

Note This is not an exhaustive list, it is meant simply as a rough guide to assist troubleshooting for some of the more common difficulties. FAULT 1 CAUSE SOLUTIONRemove the number plate on the right hand side and the air filter cover then change the starter motor relay fuse. – Charge the battery and investigate the causes for discharging. – Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. – Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. – Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. – Ensure that the fuel tap is not damaged or obstructed. – Drain the old fuel from the fuel tank. – Fill the fuel tank with new fuel. – Clean and dry the spark plug. – Clean the inside of the spark plug hood and apply an antihumidity spray. – Move the accelerator to full position and press the electric start button twice within five seconds.

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

The starter motor does not workThe fuse for the starter relay is blown. – Battery discharged.

The bike makes unusual noise

Drive chain incorrectly adjusted. – Chain worn. – Rear sprocket worn. – Chain lubrication insufficient. – Rear wheel misaligned. – 17-Insufficient oil level in front forks. – Front fork spring(s) weak or broken. – Brake disc excessively worn. – Brake pads, incorrect position or crystallised. – Engine cylinder damage. – Brackets, nuts, bolts not properly tightened.

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

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

Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop.

FAULT 19 The handlebars vibrate

CAUSETyre worn, swing arm or its needle bearing worn. – Rim off-centre. – Handlebar bracket or steering shaft nut loose.

SOLUTIONReplace the worn parts. Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. – Centre the wheel. Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. – Verify the tension of the wheel spokes. Adjust if necessary. – Tighten the handlebar bracket and the steering shaft nut to the correct tightening torques. Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. – Replace the chassis.

Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. – Adjust the steering. Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. – Replace the steering shaft. Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. – Change front forks. Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. – Align the wheels.

Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. – Replace the brake discs. Visit an approved GAS GAS workshop. – Ensure that brake fluid is not leaking from: front and rear brake cylinder seals, hoses and joints. If there is any leak, visit a GAS GAS workshop immediately. – Replace the brake fluid.

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

Motorcycle pulls to one side

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

The brakes do not function correctly

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

The bulbs blow constantly

Voltage regulator defective.

The lighting system does not work

Lighting installation fuse is blown.

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

Where to be most careful Avoid applying high-pressure water to: Brake pump cylinder and callipers and under the petrol tank: If water enters the electric coil or the spark plug hood then the engine will not start and the affected parts must be dried. Front and rear wheel hubs. Steering pivots (steering tube).

Rear suspension system. Swing arm pivots. After washingRemove the plastic bags and clean the air filter intake. – Lubricate the locations listed in the lubrication section. – Start the engine and let it heat for 5 menit. – Check the brakes before driving the bike.

WARNING Never wax or lubricate the brake disk, this could lead to brake failure and could provoke an accident. Clean the disc using trichloroethylene or acetone. Storage When the motorcycle is to be stored for any length of time, it should be prepared for storage as follows: – Clean the entire vehicle thoroughly. – Start the engine, and allowed to run for five minutes to teach the transmission oil then drain as indicated in the section about oil changes. – Put in fresh transmission oil. – Empty the fuel tank.

If fuel is left for a long time it will deteriorate. – Disconnect the battery. – Lubricate the drive chain and all the cables. – Spray oil on all unpainted metal surfaces to prevent rusting. Avoid getting oil on rubber parts or in the brakes. – Set the motorcycle on a box or stand so that both wheels are raised off the ground. (If this cannot be done, put boards under the front and rear wheels to keep dampness away from the tire rubber). – Tie a plastic bag over the exhaust pipe to prevent moisture from entering. – Put a cover over the motorcycle to keep dust and dirt from collecting on it. Starting after storageRemove plastic bag from exhaust. – Tighten spark plug. – Fill the fuel tank with fuel. – Check all the points listed in the Daily Pre-ride Inspection Section. – General lubricationConnect the battery.

GUARANTEE MANUAL

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

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

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

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

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

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